For the first time since they’ve been together on Tour, the last two Wimbledon champions Roger Federer and Andy Murray are both outside of the Top 6 in the last ATP rankings.
As of today, February 17, Murray ranks No. 7, Federer No. 8. That after Tomas Berdych lifted his first title in over a year yesterday in Rotterdam.
Neither player has won a title since the grass season. Murray, who missed the last few months with a back injury, won Wimbledon while Federer won Halle.
Both are expected back on court next week. Federer will play in Dubai with Murray in Acapulco.
The latest February 17 rankings:
1 Rafael NADAL 14085
2 Novak DJOKOVIC 10580
3 Stanislas WAWRINKA 5620
4 David FERRER 5440
5 Juan Martin DEL POTRO 4960
6 Tomas BERDYCH 4950
7 Andy MURRAY 4795
8 Roger FEDERER 4305
9 Richard GASQUET 2950
10 Jo-Wilfried TSONGA 2885
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