Novak Djokovic Set to Return to Second Place in ATP Rankings Ahead of Wimbledon 2024

Novak Djokovic Set to Return to Second Place in ATP Rankings Ahead of Wimbledon 2024

Next Monday, June 24, there will be a noticeable change on the ATP podium. Novak Djokovic will return to second place in the world rankings after the defeat of Carlos Alcaraz this Thursday in the round of 16 of the Queen’s Open 500.

The setback, however, should not affect the preparation of the 32 seeds for Wimbledon (July 1 to 14). Everything will depend on Djokovic. Novak, who had surgery on the meniscus in his right knee, continues his particular time trial to reach the event. If he misses it, Alcaraz will be the second favorite.

With Sinner in the final

Thus, The Murcian could only face Jannik Sinner in a hypothetical final. Carlitos will not be able to score points in the big grass tournament as he is the current champion of the tournament.

This is how the ATP ranking looks like

  • Jannik Sinner 9490
  • Novak Djokovic 8.360
  • Carlos Alcaraz 8,130
  • Alexander Zverev 6.805
  • Daniil Medvedev 6.44
  • When does the Wimbledon 2024 tournament start?

    Wimbledon 2024 will begin on Monday, July 1 and will last until Sunday, July 14. The calendar includes the following key dates for the men’s and women’s individual events:

    • First Round: July 1-2
    • Second Round: July 3-4
    • Third Round: July 5-6
    • Round of 16: July 7-8
    • Quarterfinals: July 9-10
    • Semifinals: July 12
    • Finals: July 14

    The qualifying rounds for Wimbledon 2024 will take place from June 24 to 27. Successful qualifiers will enter the main draw starting July 1.

    2024-06-21 10:46:07
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