The world ranking of the ATP says goodbye to the Serbian player Novak Djokovic as number 1 of tennis player. 10 weeks later, Daniil Medvedev is on the top of the podium. This is the second time in his career that reaches the top.
Medvedev, despite of losing the final of Bolduke (Netherlands), has the world title this week. The German Alexander Zverev, that is recovering after a big ankle injury that suffered at Roland Garros, has also the reward of be on the top 2 of this ranking, the highest top that he has achieved on his career.
Djokovic, that since February 2020, he has only been out of first place for two weeks, in February and March on this year, he now falls to number 3. The Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal remains in fourth place on this ATP ranking, 245 points behind his Serbian friend and rival. The Spanish Carlos Alcaraz (the young player and a big surprise this year)continues in seventh place.
Roland Garros, which ended a week later this year, is responsible of these changes. As the points lost or gained with respect to the previous year are now deducted or added.
The biggest raise on the top 100 is for a well-know player, for the Scottish player Andy Murray, that despite of lose the Stuttgart final (Germany) against the Italian Matteo Berretini wins 21 points to stay on the position 47. Is the first time since May 2018 that the British is among the top 50 in the world.