For reaching the semifinal at Roland Garros, Tomas gets 720 ranking points and 280'000 Euros and because of his good results at the French Open, Tomas went up four spots on the ATP ranking, he is now ranked 13 in the world.
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ATP Ranking AS of Monday, June 7, 2010
The new ATP rankings were released Monday morning and there's been a change at the top.
Thanks to his victory at the French Open and Roger Federer's quarterfinal defeat, Rafael Nadal is the new No. 1 player in men's tennis. He might want to get comfortable in the top spot.
Federer's demotion means he remains one week behind Pete Sampras' record of 286 weeks on top of the ATP rankings.
Soderling's run to his second consecutive final at Roland Garros lifted him one place to fifth, 600 points behind Andy Murray.
Semi-finalists Tomas Berdych and Jurgen Melzer both made significant improvements, the Czech climbing four spots to 13th while Austrian Melzer is up 11 at number 16.