Roger Federer retained World no 1 ranking by beating Nick Kyrgios

Roger Federer retained World no 1 ranking by beating Nick Kyrgios

Roger Federer is working on securing the 1st ranking in the ATP ranking on Monday. It all was done with this entry in the Mercedes Cup final match in Stuttgart. Nick Kyrgios was beaten by the Swiss with the set of 6-7, 6-2 and 7-6. On Sunday, he will be facing Milos Raonic in the final match who beta Lucas Pouille the champion.

Federer, 36, in his total time in a career is all set to return to the topmost rank again in the ATP and a 310th week at the summit of the men’s game. This surge will shift the position of Rafael Nadal who sealed the Fresh open title last week for a record-extending the 11th time. The main focus is still on the grass court season that is only two weeks away from the Wimbledon.

The 20 Grand slam singles titles holder Swiss is supposed to against the Austrian Kyrgios that will be playing his first event after the injury and rets of two months. If we have a look at the final, Federer has a record over Raonic over 10-3 that has hammered Pouille by 19 aces. The surgery of the last season is making Raonic make his debut in the Stuttgart. He is excited to plan again and believes that things will go positive. He is planning better with each and every game. He believes that the important thing is that he is present for the important moments in the game.

Raonic added that he is keeping his mind clear off the Wimbledon and is working on the job in hand with complete honesty. He is simply playing his best and believes that things will go positive as per the progress. On May 2017, Raonic plays his last match that was won by Marin Cilic. The last title he won was in Brisbane International 2016.

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