Italian ATP ranking: Lorenzo Sonego loses five places. Arnaldi and Brancaccio climb the rankings
It seems to me that we can realistically think of 1/2 new entries in the top 100 by February and a few others by March. So, if the players currently present don’t fall short, we could return to the 9/10 players in the top 100 that we had a few years ago, with the notable difference that:
only 2 (Fognini and Cecchinato) will be over 30 years old, and after them Sonego (aiming for 28 years) will be the oldest, therefore with a significantly lower average age than in previous years;
Unlike in the past, Motions will be in the top positions in the overall standings.
Nationalist excitement aside, it seems to me that all this represents a significant sporting record for Italian tennis and I hope that it can open a breach for those who fund sport in our country, both institutionally and in Reference to companies and sponsors In general, at least some of the resources that flow into crisis sports such as football are used in favor of sports that have a much greater vitality. It could also make these sports more popular among children, not only from a professional perspective but as a competitive pastime.