With the first week of Wimbledon over, how are the ATP world rankings doing?

With the first week of Wimbledon over, how are the ATP world rankings doing?
With the first week of Wimbledon over, how are the ATP world rankings doing?

The first week of Wimbledon has come to an end and the top tennis players will begin to take the final steps before the final, which will be played on the Central Court on Sunday, July 14.

Anyway, beyond the trophy that is at stake, The next results will be important to see if there are or are not movements in the ATP ranking.. Depending on how some matches go, there could be important changes.

One thing is certain: whatever happens, Jannik Sinner will not be able to lose his privileged position at the top. However, the closest pursuers could come closer if the Italian fails to make it to the final rounds.

The live ranking shows that the San Candido native is just over 2000 points ahead of Novak Djokovic (9570), who is second in the world rankings with 7360.

Alexander Zverevfor its part, currently appears third with 7015. Carlos Alcaraz (6530) y Daniil Medvedev (6125) complete the quintet of players with the most units in the ranking.

The finalists of the latest edition of the British competition are Alcaraz and Djokovic. Needless to say, if they fail to defend what they achieved last year, they will not only lose ground to Sinner but will also very likely lose positions (the Serbian to Zverev and the Murcian to Medvedev).

Precisely the German, taking into account that in 2023 he fell in the third round, He is the one who has the most to add in the third Grand Slam of the season.

After the Paris 2024 Olympic Gameswhich will take place from July 27 to August 4, will mark the beginning of the North American tour that will be of vital importance to see who ends the year on top.

With two Masters 1000s (Montreal and Cincinnati) and a Grand Slam (US Open) there will be a lot of points at stake in just a few weeks. For this reason, the player with the best performance during these tournaments will have a good chance of climbing the rankings and fighting for number 1.


  1. Jannik Sinner (9570 pts)

  2. Novak Djokovic (7360 pts)

  3. Alexander Zverev (7015 pts)

  4. Carlos Alcaraz (6530 pts)

  5. Daniil Medvedev (6125 pts)

  6. Hubert Hurkacz (4105 pts)

  7. Andrey Rublev (4070 pts)

  8. Casper Ruud (4030 pts)

  9. Alex de Minaur (3985 pts)

  10. Grigor Dimitrov (3770 pts)

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