ATP rankings: Sinner No 1 for first time, Alcaraz back to No 2

The week following a Grand Slam always brings some big shifts in the ATP rankings, and this Monday it’s no different

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The latest edition of the ATP rankings, released on Monday, 10 June, sees some big changes at the top of the men’s game. Jannik Sinner is officially crowned world No 1 for the first time – the first Italian ever to top the rankings – while Carlos Alcaraz also sees his ranking jump off the back of his title in Roland-Garros.

The 24-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic slips two places to No 3 in the world. With the 37-year-old recovering from knee surgery and almost certain to miss Wimbledon, where he is a defending finalist, this will not be the last hit to the Serbian’s rankings in 2024.

Other changes to the top 10 see Alex de Minaur re-enter the elite group, jumping two spots to No 9 in the world. His rise comes at the expense of Stefanos Tsitsipas, whose exit in the quarter-finals at Roland-Garros wasn’t good enough to prevent him from slipping two spots to No 11.

ATP Tour top 10, as of 10 June, 2024:

  1. Jannik Sinner: 9,525 points
  2. Carlos Alcaraz: 8,580 points
  3. Novak Djokovic: 8,360 points
  4. Alexander Zverev: 6,885 points
  5. Daniil Medvedev: 6,485 points
  6. Andrey Rublev: 4,710 points
  7. Casper Ruud: 4,025 points
  8. Hubert Hurkacz: 3,995 points
  9. Alex de Minaur: 3,845 points
  10. Grigor Dimitrov: 3,775 points

Moutet makes big move

Big movers outside of the top 10 include Felix Auger-Aliassime (up three places to No 18), Karen Khachanov (down four places to No 22) and Jan-Lennard Struff (up six places to No 35).

By far the biggest mover post-Roland-Garros, however, is Frenchman Corentin Moutet. The 25-year-old rockets up 23 places to No 56 in the world, thanks to his round-of-16 run at the year’s second Grand Slam.

Plenty of players cracked career-highs as well following their performances in Paris. Besides Sinner, these included Mariano Navone (29), Tomas Machac (33), Matteo Arnaldi (34), Flavio Cobolli (50), Pavel Kotov (51), Sumit Nagal (77), Zizou Berg (83) and Aleksandr Kovacevic (83).

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