Djokovic set to drop out of Top 4 for first time in 10 years

Djokovic set to drop out of Top 4 for first time in 10 years

Novak Djokovic will apparently have to rest for a long time due to the last injury on the elbow of his hand, and the absence will mean a serious decli

Williams sets up final with Muguruza
Harden signs contract extension with Rockets worth $228 millions
Begovic leaves Chelsea

Novak Djokovic will apparently have to rest for a long time due to the last injury on the elbow of his hand, and the absence will mean a serious decline in the ATP rankings.

According to the official counting of the points, the Serbian tennis player will lose 1,000 points on Monday from last year win in Toronto, which means he will be pushed out of the Top 4 and will be placed fifth in the ATP rankings.

Djokovic for 10 years was part of Top 4, and with this, in monday he’s ending the 525 weeks in a row, a third best result in history.

COMMENTS