SANTIAGO.- Although they were unable to triumph at any of the Davis Cup matches against Croatia, Nicolás Massú and Paul Capdeville have registered slight increases in their ATP rankings.
The Viña del Mar native climbed three places in the classification and is now listed as 95th in the World with 900 points.
Despite the increase however, the Olympic champion continues as number three in Chile, since Capdeville has moved up two spots and is currently positioned at Nº91 in the circuit, with 915 points.
Meanwhile, Fernando González continues at ATP Nº17 in the ranking with 2,650 points.
In the higher ranks of the classification, the most significant increase was that of Argentine player Juan Martín del Potro, who has moved into 6th in the world.
The ranking continues to be led by Rafael Nadal of Spain, followed by Roger Federer of Switzerland and Novak Djokovic of Serbia.
Del Potro jumped one spot in the ranking, replacing U.S. player Andy Roddick.