In the latest ATP rankings, after the BNP Paribas Open, Roger Federer is the key mover as he moves up four places to sixth after his win over Stan Wawrinka at Indian Wells.

It’s been a fine 2017 so far for Roger Federer as he’s proved he can still take on the best at the age of 35.

After winning the first Grand Slam and the first ATP 1000 of the year, he has risen to sixth in the rankings, above Rafael Nadal.

It’s the Swiss’ highest position in the ATP rankings since October 2016 when he sat seventh.

Pablo Carrena Busta is also up four places to a career-high 19th spot. The Spaniard is into the top 20 for the first time in his career after his run to the semi-finals at Indian Wells.

He was eventually beaten by runner-up Stan Wawrinka who remains as world number three.

Serbia’s Dusan Lajovic is the biggest climber up a huge 21 places to No. 85 after reaching the fourth round at Indian Wells.

Britain’s Alijaz Bedene returned to the Top 100 for the first time since November 2016. He won the Irving Challenger title beating Blaz Kavcic to move to 94th in the world.

Japan’s Yoshihito Nishioka is up 12 places after reaching the quarter finals of Indian Wells before losing to Wawrinka.

The 21-year-old is up to No. 58 after taking advantage of being a lucky loser in qualifying and beating Ivo Karlovic and Tomas Berdych. 

ATP Top 10

  1. Andy Murray - 12,005
  2. Novak Djokovic - 8,915
  3. Stan Wawrinka - 5,705
  4. Kei Nishikori - 4,730
  5. Milos Raonic - 4,480
  6. Roger Federer - 4,305
  7. Rafael Nadal - 4,145
  8. Dominic Thiem - 3,465
  9. Marin Cilic - 3,420
  10. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - 3,310