Paris: Novak Djokovic of Serbia regained the top spot in the international tennis rankings after winning the Australian Open title.
35-year-old Serbia’s Novak Djokovic won the Australian Open title yesterday. This was his 22nd Grand Slam title. With this, Djokovic has moved up 4 places to the top spot in the international tennis rankings with 7,070 points.
Spain’s Carlos Algaras, who was ranked number one, dropped to No. 2 after missing the Australian Open due to injury. Greek player Stefanos Tsitsipas, who lost to Djokovic in the final, moved up one place to third with 6,195 points.
Norwegian Kasper Rude has dropped to 4th place. Russia’s Andrey Rublev moved up one place to No. 5 after losing to Djokovic in the Australian Open quarter-finals. Spain’s Rafael Nadal, who exited in the 2nd round, is 4 places behind and is in 6th place. Canada’s Felix Auger-Aliassim, America’s Taylor Fritz, Denmark’s Holger Roone, Poland’s Hubert Hurcox are ranked 7th to 10th respectively.
Women’s Division: In the women’s tennis ranking list, Belarus’s Sabalenka, who won the Australian Open title, has moved up 3 places to the 2nd position with 6,100 points. Poland’s Ikaswiatek remains on top with 10,485 points. Tunisia’s Zabour was relegated to 3rd place. USA’s Jessica Pegula dropped to 4th place and France’s Caroline Garcia to 5th place. Kazakhstan’s Elena Rybakina has moved up 15 places to 10th after losing in the Australian Open final.