Premium Avatar
Log in
Zverev, Jarry, Tabilo, Passaro - More movement in the ATP rankings!

Zverev, Jarry, Tabilo, Passaro - More movement in the ATP rankings!

There are a number of changes in the ATP rankings published on Monday. At the top of the hierarchy, Djokovic (1st), Sinner (2nd) and Alcaraz (3rd) remain unchanged.
That said, there have been a number of changes within the world's top 10. Alexander Zverev, crowned champion in Rome, moves up to 4th place (+1), dislodging Medvedev from the top 4 (5th, -1). Hurkacz, quarter-finalist in Italy, also moved up one place (8th, +1).

Holger Rune, a finalist in 2023, slips further down the rankings (13th, -1) and is now followed by Tommy Paul (14th, +2). The Chileans are also celebrating, with Alejandro Tabilo, semi-finalist in Italy, opening the doors to the top 30 with a fine 25th place (+7). Meanwhile, finalist Nicolas Jarry is back in the world's top 20: 16th (+8).

Last but not least, Francesco Passaro made the biggest breakthrough of the week. Having beaten Musetti in Turin (6-3, 7-5), he jumped 113 places to 133rd.

Novak Djokovic
3e, 8360 points
Jannik Sinner
1e, 9480 points
Carlos Alcaraz
2e, 8580 points
Alexander Zverev
4e, 6885 points
Daniil Medvedev
5e, 6485 points
Hubert Hurkacz
9e, 3950 points
Holger Rune
15e, 2540 points
Tommy Paul
13e, 2750 points
Alejandro Tabilo
24e, 1639 points
Nicolas Jarry
20e, 1905 points
Francesco Passaro
128e, 506 points
Publier un Flash Publier un Flash
Top des commentaires comments
Come on Jannik, beat the serve bot
3 thumb_up
argg argg
itbwould be great to see ajla win her first 250
2 thumb_up
Kian Kian
I absolutely agree that tennis is not for the Olympics... Neither is football basketball cricket rugby baseball etc... all these major sports that have plenty of competition throughout the year, every
2 thumb_up
Fred Phoesh Fred Phoesh
Let's go, Sinner
1 thumb_up
anstjdgnszza anstjdgnszza
Come on gorgeous Anna you can do this
1 thumb_up
Thandiswa Thandiswa