06.04.2022

Dominic is now the number 2 in Switzerland.

Dominic’s new classification as of now. N1.2. You have to let that sink in first.

On 05.04.2022, the new semi-annual ranking 01/22 was published. The national tennis ranking is published twice a year by Swiss Tennis (the results from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022 count).

For the first time, Henri Laaksonen (N1.1, Schaffhausen, +2) leads the men’s ranking ahead of Dominic Stricker (N1.2, Grosshöchstetten, +2). Behind them are two Davis Cup players from Rüschlikon: Marc-Andrea Hüsler (N1.3, +2) and Alexander Ritschard (N1.4, +1), who recently returned to play for Switzerland. Behind fifth-placed Johan Nikles (N1.5, Petit-Lancy, +1) from Geneva, Leandro Riedi (N1.6, Bassersdorf, +5) from Bassersdorf, who won the M25 tournament in Trimbach in mid-March and reached the final of the ATP Challenger tournament in Lugano last week, is making up the most places in the top group. Damien Wenger (N1.7, La Neuveville, +1), Sandro Ehrat (N1.8, Neuhausen am Rheinfall, +1), Jakub Paul (N1.9, Chur, -2) and Remy Bertola (N1.10, Lugano, –) complete the national top-10.

For the first time since April 2001, Roger Federer no longer leads the national rankings in the men’s singles. Due to Federer’s and Stan Wawrinka’s ongoing injury breaks, their national rankings have been frozen as of the end of March 2022 and the two have been removed from the new rankings. As soon as new results come in, they will be listed nationally again.

Dominic is now the number 2 in Switzerland

Dominic’s new classification as of now. N1.2. You have to let that sink in first.

On 05.04.2022, the new semi-annual ranking 01/22 was published. The national tennis ranking is published twice a year by Swiss Tennis (the results from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022 count).

For the first time, Henri Laaksonen (N1.1, Schaffhausen, +2) leads the men’s ranking ahead of Dominic Stricker (N1.2, Grosshöchstetten, +2). Behind them are two Davis Cup players from Rüschlikon: Marc-Andrea Hüsler (N1.3, +2) and Alexander Ritschard (N1.4, +1), who recently returned to play for Switzerland. Behind fifth-placed Johan Nikles (N1.5, Petit-Lancy, +1) from Geneva, Leandro Riedi (N1.6, Bassersdorf, +5) from Bassersdorf, who won the M25 tournament in Trimbach in mid-March and reached the final of the ATP Challenger tournament in Lugano last week, is making up the most places in the top group. Damien Wenger (N1.7, La Neuveville, +1), Sandro Ehrat (N1.8, Neuhausen am Rheinfall, +1), Jakub Paul (N1.9, Chur, -2) and Remy Bertola (N1.10, Lugano, –) complete the national top-10.

For the first time since April 2001, Roger Federer no longer leads the national rankings in the men’s singles. Due to Federer’s and Stan Wawrinka’s ongoing injury breaks, their national rankings have been frozen as of the end of March 2022 and the two have been removed from the new rankings. As soon as new results come in, they will be listed nationally again.

06.04.2022

Dominic is now the number 2 in Switzerland.

Dominic’s new classification as of now. N1.2. You have to let that sink in first.

On 05.04.2022, the new semi-annual ranking 01/22 was published. The national tennis ranking is published twice a year by Swiss Tennis (the results from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022 count).

For the first time, Henri Laaksonen (N1.1, Schaffhausen, +2) leads the men’s ranking ahead of Dominic Stricker (N1.2, Grosshöchstetten, +2). Behind them are two Davis Cup players from Rüschlikon: Marc-Andrea Hüsler (N1.3, +2) and Alexander Ritschard (N1.4, +1), who recently returned to play for Switzerland. Behind fifth-placed Johan Nikles (N1.5, Petit-Lancy, +1) from Geneva, Leandro Riedi (N1.6, Bassersdorf, +5) from Bassersdorf, who won the M25 tournament in Trimbach in mid-March and reached the final of the ATP Challenger tournament in Lugano last week, is making up the most places in the top group. Damien Wenger (N1.7, La Neuveville, +1), Sandro Ehrat (N1.8, Neuhausen am Rheinfall, +1), Jakub Paul (N1.9, Chur, -2) and Remy Bertola (N1.10, Lugano, –) complete the national top-10.

For the first time since April 2001, Roger Federer no longer leads the national rankings in the men’s singles. Due to Federer’s and Stan Wawrinka’s ongoing injury breaks, their national rankings have been frozen as of the end of March 2022 and the two have been removed from the new rankings. As soon as new results come in, they will be listed nationally again.