This is how the ATP ranking came to Wimbledon with Alcaraz again at number 1


Carlos Alcaraz this Sunday regained the number 1 of ATP rankings by winning the tournament to Queen in the Australian final De Minaur. The Murcian tennis player won 6-4 and 6-4 and thus added 500 points that are given to the champion of this tournament before Wimbledon. This way, when the ATP ranking is updated this Monday, the tennis player from El Palmar will come out on top with 7,675 points, just 80 ahead of Serbian Novak Djokovic, who drops to number 2.

After Novak took the number one spot from Carlos for the third time this year by closing out the land tour as champion at Roland GarrosGrand Slam in which the Spanish definitely fell in the semifinal against the Serbian, now it was Alcaraz who faced him. The Murcian is back in first position ahead of a Wimbledon tournament that will be absolutely crucial for the world ranking.

Alcaraz and Djokovic have alternated at the top of the ATP rankings since Carlos won the 2022 US Open and at Wimbledon they are again two of the strong favorites for the title.knowing that whatever they do will be absolutely crucial for the ATP ranking.

ATP rankings before Wimbledon:

  1. Carlos Alcaraz 7675
  2. Novak Djokovic 7595
  3. Daniel Medvedev 5890
  4. Casper Ruud 4960
  5. Stefanos Tsitsipas 4670
  6. Holger Rune 4510
  7. Andrei Rublev 4255
  8. Jannik Sinner 3345
  9. Taylor Fritz 3310
  10. Frances Tiafoe 308520. Pablo Carreño 164023. Roberto Bautista 148034. Alejandro Davidovich 1115

Wimbledon will change everything

It should be taken into account that last year the British grass tournaments decided not to allow Russian and Belarusian tennis players to participate due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, something for which these competitions are does not distribute ATP points. For this reason, in these tournaments no one defends the points and everything that Alcaraz and Djokovic can win will be clearly reflected in the world ranking.

The winner of Wimbledon gets 2,000 pointswhile the finalist will win 1,200, the semifinalist 720 and the one who reaches the quarterfinals, 360. The result of Wimbledon could mean a new relay between Novak and Carlos or the continuation of the Spaniards at the top of the table.

Medvedev, in third position

Daniil Medvedev is in third position, with 5890 points after losing in the quarterfinals of the Halle tournament. Fourth is Casper Ruud with 4960 points and fifth is Stefanos Tsitsipas, who is already training at Wimbledon with his partner Paula Badosa.

Source: La Verdad


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