The Swiss veteran, however, slipped 10 points behind his Spanish rival and into second place after a second round defeat to Isner that saw the towering American leap eight places to ninth thanks to his eventual victory Sunday in the Masters 1000 event. Isner thus equals his previous best ranking of ninth, reached in April 2012, while beaten finalist Alexander Zverev of Germany moved up one place to fourth. ATP rankings at April 2:
Look who’s back on top! ?April 2, 2018
Congrats Rafael Nadal for returning to No. 1 in the ATP Rankings today.
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