Isner and Schwartzman set to exit top 100 of ATP Rankings for the first time since 2009 and 2014

Diego Schwartzman and John Isner will drop out of the top 100 after Roland Garros.

The year 2023 has not been positive for some renowned tennis players of recent years. Former world No. 8 Diego Schwartzman ended 2022 with seven consecutive losses and has a record of 6-15 this season. As a result, the Argentine will fall out of the top 100 for the first time since 2014.

'Peque' Schwartzman has led Argentine tennis in recent years since Juan Martín del Potro relinquished that role. Now, the task of leading Argentine tennis will be entrusted to Francisco Cerundolo and Tomás Etcheverry, both of whom are still competing in Roland Garros

American player John Isner will also exit the top 100, marking the first time since June 15, 2009. Despite reaching the final of the Dallas Open (where he was defeated by Chinese player Wu Yibing), the former world No. 8 has been eliminated in the first round of the other seven tournaments he has played this year.

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