British tennis player Andy Murray has reclaimed his second spot from Roger Federer in the latest ATP rankings after winning his maiden Italian Open title.
Murray celebrated his 29th birthday in style by outclassing world number one Novak Djokovic 6-3, 6-3 in the summit showdown in Rome that lasted one hour and 35 minutes.
However, the defeat hardly had an impact on Djokovic’s rankings as the Serbian continues to remain at the top with 16150 points and maintains a comfortable lead of 7717 over Murray.
Meanwhile, Canada’s Milos Raonic has moved up by a place to ninth, while Frenchman Richard Gasquet jumped two places to stand 10th,Sport24 reported.
Their rise comes after Spain’s David Ferrer slipped by three places to 12th place following his third-round exit in Rome at the hands of France’s Lucas Pouille.