ATP Ranking – Djokovic still first, Hurkacz still 10th
Serbian Novak Djokovic still leads the world tennis rankings. On Monday, he started his 375th week at the top of this list, screwing his own record. Hubert Hurkacz, the best Pole, remained in 10th place.
Djokovic returned to the lead after winning January’s Australian Open Grand Slam tournament. He dethroned Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz, who missed the Melbourne event due to injury.
The name of the Serb at the top of the ATP standings appeared for the first time in July 2011. He started his 375th week leading on Monday, which is a record. For 310 weeks, the leader was the Swiss Roger Federer, who officially retired last year, and the American Pete Sampras spent the 286th.
Behind Djokovic are Alcaraz and Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas – the Serbian’s final rival in Melbourne. Hurkacz, who reached the 1/8 finals, closes the top ten.
Kamil Majchrzak, who is suspended due to a positive doping control result, dropped from 104th to 122nd position.
Czołówka rankingu tenisistów ATP World Tour - stan na 6 lutego: 1. (1) Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 7070 pkt 2. (2) Carlos Alcaraz (Hiszpania) 6730 3. (3) Stefanos Tsitsipas (Grecja) 6195 4. (4) Casper Ruud (Norwegia) 5765 5. (5) Andriej Rublow (Rosja) 4200 6. (6) Rafael Nadal (Hiszpania) 3815 7. (7) Felix Auger-Aliassime (Kanada) 3715 8. (8) Taylor Fritz (USA) 3410 9. (9) Holger Rune (Dania) 3046 10. (10) Hubert Hurkacz (Polska) 2995 ... 126.(104) Kamil Majchrzak (Polska) 433 264.(255) Kacper Żuk (Polska) 205 273.(273) Daniel Michalski (Polska) 194