Who Is Going To Fall In The Tennis Rankings.

Ronald Osborne Jr.Contributor IApril 5, 2010

The  European clay court season is going to be very interesting. As you know the top four players in the world has not look good and I sure they are happy for a surface change. I could not help to notice the new Atp Rankings. Federer is still on top with 10,675 points, Djokovic is second with 7,630 points. Third- Nadal-6,980 points, Murray-5,845,Del-Potro-5,735, Davydenko-5,585,Roddick-4,780,Soderling4,595,Cilic-2,980,Tsonga2,915 rounds up the top ten. Murray is falling down in the rankings quickly. Nadal I expect to regain the top spot by the end of the way. Roddick after Wimbledon basically have no points to defend so he have an opportunity to gain some ground. Soderling is the guy I think is going to drop because I do not think he will be able to back up the French Open Fina;. Davydenko is once again injured so his fate will be determined later. So who do guys thinks ranking is going to go up in the top ten and who is going to fall.

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