Winner of a tenth Australian Open, his 22nd Grand Slam title, the ogre Novak Djokovic also takes first place in the ATP rankings. He will thus occupy his 374th week at the top of the world hierarchy since 2011. His victim in the endthe Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, reached the podium (3rd) and regained his best ranking, already achieved in August 2021.
Back to his best ranking also for Andrey Rublev (5th) after his Australian quarter-final. Eliminated in the second round, Rafael Nadal slips to sixth place. Semi-finalist, Karen Khachanov takes seven places and is now ranked 13th in the world.
Also semi-finalist, the American Tommy Paul recorded the best progress of the week (+ 16 places) and joined the top 20 (19th) for the first time, at 25 years old. But in the top 100, it is his compatriot Ben Shelton who makes the best operation with 45 places gained (44th).
Another new French No. 1
On the French side, the game of musical chairs for the first national place continues. This week, it is Benjamin Bonzi who occupies it (45th), just ahead of Richard Gasquet (46th). Andrian Mannarino (58th) and Arthur Rinderknech (70th) fell 13 and 11 places respectively. With a third round in Australia, Ugo Humbert returned to the top 100 thanks to a gain of 20 places (86th).
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