The Spanish Pablo Carreño With his victory in the tournament in Hamburg (Germany), he rises two positions in the world rankings and remains on the verge of a top 10 that this week remains immovable.
Serbian Novak Djokovic continues as unalterable number 1, with the Russian Daniil Medvedev in second position and Spanish Rafael Nadal in third place on the podium.
This week up to 19 Ibero-American tennis players are in the world top 100. Rafael Nadal (3), Pablo Carreño (11) the Argentine Diego Schwartzman (13), the Spanish Roberto Bautista (16), the Chilean Cristian Garin (19) and the Spanish too Alejandro Davidovich (35) and Alberto Ramos (43).
Argentines Federico Delbonis (46) and Federico Coria (62), the Spanish Pablo Andújar (65), Jaume Munar (67) and Carlos Alcaraz (73), the Argentines Guido Pella (76) and Facundo Bagnis (80), the Spanish Feliciano López (89) and Roberto Carballés (90), the Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas (94), the brazilian Thiago Monteiro (95) and spanish Pedro Martinez (97).