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Jannik Sinner’s Australian Open Victory Doesn’t Shake Up ATP Men’s Rankings

After Jannik Sinner’s victory in the Australian Open final, the top of the ATP men’s ranking did not experience significant changes. Novak Djokovic (9855 points) continues to lead the list, despite having been eliminated in the semifinals, something that cost the Serbian a decrease of 1200 points. Carlos Alcaraz (9255), eliminated in the quarterfinals, retains second place, followed in third place by Daniil Medvedev (8765), who would have surpassed the Murcian had he beaten Sinner in the final. For his part, the Italian tennis player (8310), who scored his first Grand Slam this Sunday, remains fourth in the rankings, but puts a lot of ground in between with Andrey Rublev (5050), fifth on the list.

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Where there were changes was in the second part of the Top-10. While Alexander Zverev (5030) maintained sixth place, Stefanos Tsitsipas (3025) dropped from seventh to tenth position. Holger Rune (3685) took advantage of the Greek’s fall to take his place in seventh place and Hubert Hurkacz (3540) also climbed a step to take eighth place. Taylor Fritz (3195) rose three positions and remains in ninth place in the classification. On the other hand, Rafael Nadal dropped to 649th place.

Below, the 25 tennis players who lead the ATP ranking in the men’s category:

  • Novak Djokovic (Serbia) – 9855 puntos
  • Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) – 9255
  • Daniil Medvedev (Russia) – 8765
  • Jannik Sinner (Italy) – 8310
  • Andrey Rublev (Russia) – 5050
  • Alexander Zverev (Germany) – 5030
  • Holger Rune (Denmark) – 3685
  • Hubert Hurkacz (Polonia) – 3,540
  • Taylor Fritz (United States) – 3195
  • Stefano Tsitsipas (Greece) – 3025
  • Alex de Miñaur (Australia) – 2970
  • Casper Ruud (Norway) – 2965
  • Grigor Dimitrov (Bulgaria) – 2785
  • Frances Tiafoe (United States) – 2060
  • Tommy Paul (United States) – 2050
  • Ben Shelton (United States) – 1965
  • Adrian Mannarino (France) – 1920
  • Karen Khachanov (Russia) – 1910
  • Cameron Norrie (United Kingdom) – 1820
  • Nicolás Jarry (Chile) – 1810
  • Ugo Humbert (French) – 1775
  • Francisco Cerundolo (Argentina) – 1720
  • Alexander Davidovich (Spain) –
  • Jan-Lennard Struff (Alemania) – 1526
  • Sebastián Báez (Argentina) – 1525
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    2024-01-30 06:00:02
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