Dan Martin’s 2013 Power Ranking #6
1. Novak Djokovic – Nole ends a nearly 9 year winning streak by Nadal in Monte Carlo and in straight sets no less. He’s #1.
2. Rafael Nadal – Rafa has played 5 events in 2013. His results: 3 titles and 2 runner-up finishes.
Did someone really knock over his water bottles?
3. Andy Murray – A top tier player will drop anytime he wins only 3 games in a match. Change since last ranking -1
4. Tomas Berdych
5. Roger Federer – Roger has points to defend in Madrid.
6. David Ferrer – Barcelona, Madrid and Rome will tell us a lot about Ferrer.
7. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga – He played Nadal tough on his least preferred surface. Change since last ranking +2
8. Juan Martin del Potro – Delpo needs to make a splash at one of the slams before the end of 2013. Change since last ranking -1
9. Richard Gasquet – He is quietly putting together his best start to any season. Change since last ranking -1
10. Tommy Haas (Tie) – The old man of the tour reached the semifinal round in Miami by pulling a huge upset or two.
10. Grigor Dimitrov (Tie) – Could we finally be seeing a younger player make a move? Change since last ranking – Not ranked
Biggest Mover – Jo-Wilfried Tsonga gained two spots.
Dropped Out – N/A
Entered the Rankings – Grigor Dimitrov