Following his victory at Roland Garros, Novak Djokovic reclaimed the top spot in the ATP Rankings. Following the second major of the season, a number of ATP Tour players, including Alexander Zverev also moved up in the latest rankings.
After clinching a record-breaking 23rd Grand Slam at Roland Garros, the 36-year-old started a record-extending 388th week at No. 1. The Serbian became the first person to have won all four major competitions at least three times after defeating Casper Ruud in the final and Carlos Alcaraz in the semifinals of the clay-court tournament. At 36 years and 20 days old, Djokovic is also the oldest champion of the Roland Garros tournament.
Alexander Zverev is another big name to move up in the rankings as he now sits at 23rd spot. Alexander Zverev tore three ligaments in his right ankle during last year's Roland Garros semifinal match against Rafael Nadal. In order to reach the semifinals in Paris a year later, the German defeated Frances Tiafoe and Grigor Dimitrov and the 26-year-old's performance in the French capital this year was his best of the year.
Tomas Martin Etcheverry, who is currently ranked No. 32, experienced a tremendous jump of 17 spots. The Argentine entered Roland Garros with just one major main draw victory under his belt (Australian Open 2023). Ten days later, after defeating Jack Draper, Alex de Minaur, Borna Coric, and Yoshihito Nishioka, he advanced to the major quarterfinals. This year, the 23-year-old has excelled on clay, making finals in Santiago and Houston.
India’s Sumit Nagal jumped a massive 27 spots and is now ranked at No.227. He qualified for the semi-final of the Troisdorf Challenger, where he lost to Portugal’s Frederico Ferreira Silva 2-6, 6-3, 4-6.