As of today, Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic is again the best player in the world, which started the 362nd week at the top of the ATP list.
Djokovic has 8,465 points on the first position, ie only 20 points more than the second-placed Russian Danilo Medvedev.
As of today, the third position is occupied by the Spaniard Rafael Nadal, who “skipped” the German Alexander Zverev, while the Greek Stefanos Cicipas is still the fifth player in the world.
The places were also replaced by the Russian Andrej Rublev and the Italian Mateo Beretini, while the eighth American is Taylor Fritz, who after conquering Indian Wells advanced by 12 positions and thus reached the best placement in his career.
The top ten in the world are completed by Norwegian Casper Rudd and Canadian Felix Auger-Aliasim.
When it comes to other Serbian tennis players, Miomir Kecmanović advanced by 21 positions and is now 40th in the world, and right behind him is Filip Krajinović who took one step back.
Dušan Lajović spoiled the ranking by three positions and is now 47th, while Laslo Đere kept the 52nd position.
1. Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 8,465 points
2. Danil Medvedev (Russia) 8,445
3. Rafael Nadal (Spain) 7,715
4. Alexander Zverev (Germany) 7,025
5. Stefanos Cicipas (Greece) 6,055
6. Andrei Rublev (Russia) 5,040
7. Mateo Beretini (Italy) 5,035
8. Taylor Fritz (USA) 3,875
9. Kasper Rud (Norway) 3,825
10. Felix Auger-Aliassim (Canada) 3,768
40. Miomir Kecmanović 1,226
41. Filip Krajinović 1,194
47. Dusan Lajovic 1,091
52. Laszlo Gere 1,001
The best ranked Serbian tennis player on the WTA list published today is Aleksandra Krunić, while Nina Stojanović ruined the ranking by four positions.
Krunic is the 118th player in the world with 567 points, while Stojanovic is right behind her with 556 points. Olga Danilović kept the 146th place with 435 points.
Among the top ten in the world, there have been many changes.
The first is still the Australian Ashley Barty, while now behind her are the Indian Wells champion Iga Schwontek and the finalist of that tournament Maria Sakari.
Barbora Krejčikova and Arina Sabalenka fell by two positions each and occupy the fourth and fifth place, respectively, and the best ten in the world are completed by Paula Badosa, Annette Kontavejt, Karolina Pliškova, Garbine Muguruza and Uns Jabir.
1. 1. Ashley Barty (Australia) 7,980 points
2. Iga vwiętek (Poland) 5,776
3. Maria Sakari (Greece) 5,085
4. Barbora Krejčikova (Czech Republic) 5,033
5. Arina Sabalenka (Belarus) 4,862
6. Paula Badosa (Spain) 4,790
7. Annette Kontaveit (Estonia) 4,686
8. Karolina Pliškova (Czech Republic) 4,252
9. Garbinje Muguruza (Spain) 3,190
10. Uns Jabir (Tunisia) 2,975
118. Aleksandra Krunić 567
119. Nina Stojanovic 556
146. Olga Danilović 435