Englishman Cameron Norrie rises to fifteen after his victory in Indian Wells, while the Swiss Roger Federer leaves the top 10 of the ATP rankings, for the first time in the last five years, to settle in the eleventh place.

Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili, finalist in the fifth big, wins nine places to twenty-seventh position from a classification that keeps the podium intact with Serbian Novak Djokovic, Russian Daniil Medvedev and Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Spanish Rafael Nadal, now fifth, exchanges positions with Russian Andrey Rublev for that of the computation of points with respect to the previous season.

In the top 100 are, this week, up to 17 Latin American players: Nadal (5), Diego Schwartzman (ARG, 13), Cristian Garín (CHI, 17), Pablo Carreño (ESP, 18), Roberto Bautista (ESP, 20), Federico Delbonis (ARG, 40), Carlos Alcaraz (ESP, 42), Alejandro Davidovich (ESP, 44), Albert Ramos (ESP, 45), Pedro Martínez (ESP, 60), Federico Coria (ARG, 68), Jaume Munar (ESP, 76), Roberto Carballés (ESP, 80) , Facundo Bagnis (ARG, 81), Guido Pella (ARG, 82), Pablo Andújar (ESP, 93) and Pablo Cuevas (URU, 100).