Novak Djokovic Returns To World No. 1, Mover Of Week | ATP Tour


Novak Djokovic has returned to No. 1 within the Pepperstone ATP Rankings after triumphing at Roland Garros. A number of different ATP Tour stars have additionally climbed following the second main of the season. seems on the movers of the week as of Monday, 12 June 2023.

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No. 1 Novak Djokovic, +2 (Joint Profession Excessive)
The 36-year-old has begun a record-extending 388th week at No. 1 after he clinched a report twenty third main at Roland Garros. The Serbian, who defeated Carlos Alcaraz within the semi-finals and Casper Ruud within the remaining, is the primary man to win all 4 main occasions a minimum of 3 times. Djokovic can also be the oldest Roland Garros champion on the age of 36 years and 20 days.

No. 10 Karen Khachanov, +1
Khachanov has returned to the Prime 10 for the primary time since 2019 after he reached the quarter-finals in Paris. The 27-year-old has loved a formidable season, additionally advancing to semi-finals on the Australian Open and the Miami Open offered by Itau.

No. 23 Alexander Zverev, +4
Final yr, Zverev tore three ligaments in his proper ankle throughout his Roland Garros semi-final towards Rafael Nadal. Twelve months on and the German was again on the semi-final stage in Paris, defeating seeds Frances Tiafoe and Grigor Dimitrov to succeed in the final 4. The 26-year-old’s run within the French capital was his finest results of the season.

No. 32 Tomas Martin Etcheverry, +17 (Profession Excessive)
The Argentine arrived at Roland Garros having beforehand earned just one principal draw win at a serious (Australian Open 2023). Ten days later he left as a serious quarter-finalist after defeating Jack Draper, Alex de Minaur, Borna Coric and Yoshihito Nishioka. The 23-year-old has carried out strongly on clay this yr, additionally reaching finals in Santiago and Houston.

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Different Notable Prime 100 Movers
No. 15 Borna Coric, +1
No. 16 Tommy Paul, +1 (Profession Excessive)
No. 17 Lorenzo Musetti, +1 (Profession Excessive)
No. 18 Alex de Minaur, +1
No. 19 Pablo Carreno Busta, +2
No. 20 Francisco Cerundolo, +3 (Profession Excessive)
No. 24 Jan-Lennard Struff, +4 (Profession Excessive)
No. 26 Grigor Dimitrov, +3
No. 27 Yoshihito Nishioka, +6 (Profession Excessive)
No. 30 Nicolas Jarry, +5 (Profession Excessive)
No. 41 Lorenzo Sonego, +7
No. 45 Dusan Lajovic, +8
No. 48 Aslan Karatsev, +14
No. 53 Yannick Hanfmann, +12 (Profession Excessive)
No. 56 Zhang Zhizhen, +15 (Profession Excessive)
No. 57 Marcos Giron, +18
No. 59 Daniel Altmaier, +20
No. 61 Juan Pablo Varillas, +33 (Profession Excessive)
No. 69 Luca Van Assche, +13 (Profession Excessive)
No. 72 Matteo Arnaldi, +34 (Profession Excessive)
No. 78 Stan Wawrinka, +11
No. 81 Sebastian Ofner, +37 (Profession Excessive)
No. 88 Thanasi Kokkinakis, +20


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