Nadal tops ATP Rankings at 33 as Tennis celebrates spectacular season

After a year of huge drama, spectacular play and four genuinely close fights for all the Grand Slams, Rafael Nadal will end 2019 on top of the ATP Men’s Rankings after his gutsy efforts through injury and with inspiration landed him the honour of being world number one.

The Big Three Still on Top… But for How Long?

With the three best tennis players in the world gradually seeing their power slip away over the last few years, the question remains as to who – if any of them – will reach 21 Grand Slam victories first.

Could it be that Roger Federer’s mind finally gives up in 2020 and it costs him enough of an edge for his extraordinary skill to keep making the difference?

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