There’s been a shake up in the world of men’s tennis; the Top Three have finally changed—sort of.
Wimbledon 2012 was home to early-round upsets by nearly unknown underdogs, and it saw the departure of former No. 2 Rafael Nadal in the second round. Although Rafa only dropped to the No. 3 spot, it’s the lowest he has been ranked since May 2010.
With the 2012 Summer Olympics being contested on the same grass courts at Wimbledon this month, Rafa will need to step up his game to remind players and fans that he is still one of the best sheriffs in town. Here’s what Rafa needs to do to get back to the top quickly.