1, moving in front of Novak Djokovic and fighting with the Serbian for no. 1 place in London, 640 points from the closest and only rival. After incredible progress in his early years on the Tour, Nadal became the number one in the world. 2 for the first time in 2005 after the title in Stuttgart, claiming no less than 11 ATP titles that year when he was a teenager and positioning himself as Roger Federer's greatest rival, who was miles from all opponents in his early years. In 2006 and 2007, Nadal became the second strongest link in the Tour before finally moving on to Roger in August 2008 to become the non-world.
If he defends 1200 points in Melbourne in January, Nadal should remain in the top 2 for many more months next year, having the opportunity to earn more points in Monte Carlo, Barcelona and Madrid and add more fuel to his milestones in the ranking that occupy the Second to none in many ways.