ATP Rankings Update: Djokovic leads Medvedev ahead of pivotal week in Men's tennis

Novak Djokovic is still world number one but it could all change this week if certain things align but for now the Serbian still sits on top of today's rankings.

With a new Monday arriving we also have new ATP Rankings. On these ones, Novak Djokovic is still sitting on top ahead of Daniil Medvedev but that could change this week as the 2021 Australia Open points get deducted. Djokovic could lose his spot on the top if certain things align properly and Medvedev could overtake. If you're interested in that check out this article below for how it might happen.

For now, there haven't been any changes in the top 10 as Auger-Aliassime solidified his position as number 9 with a trophy run in Rotterdam. A couple of players moved up including Reilly Opelka who broke into the top 20 for the first time. Jenson Brooksby played in the Dallas Open final and he broke inside the top 50 for the first time after jumping 9 spots to 45.

The biggest mover of the week is Czech youngster Jiri Lehecka who jumped 42 spots to number 95. First time in the top 100 for Lehecka. Andy Murray also moved up 8 spots to number 87. New career highs are for Fritz at 17, Brooksby at 45, Van de Zandschulp at 49, Griekspoor at 60, Baez at 72, Laaksonen at 84 and Lehecka at 95. Check out the full rankings below.

ATP Rankings as of February 14th:

1 Novak Djoković 10875

2 Daniil Medvedev 9635

3 Alexander Zverev 7865

4 Stefanos Tsitsipas 7355

5 Rafael Nadal 6875

6 Matteo Berrettini 5018

7 Andrey Rublev 4700

8 Casper Ruud 4065

9 Félix Auger-Aliassime 4018

10 Jannik Sinner 3429

11 Hubert Hurkacz 3336

12 Denis Shapovalov 2930

13 Cameron Norrie 2910

14 Diego Schwartzman 2655

15 Aslan Karatsev 2633

16 Roberto Bautista Agut 2380

17 Taylor Fritz 2310

18 Pablo Carreño Busta 2265

19 Cristian Garín 2193

20 Reilly Opelka 2051

21 Lorenzo Sonego 2023

22 Nikoloz Basilashvili 2016

23 John Isner 1891

24 Marin Čilić 1840

25 Gaël Monfils 1823

26 Grigor Dimitrov 1786

27 Karen Khachanov 1770

28 Daniel Evans 1702

29 Carlos Alcaraz 1673

30 Roger Federer 1665

31 Alexander Bublik 1638

32 Alex de Minaur 1566

33 Albert Ramos Viñolas 1499

34 Frances Tiafoe 1492

35 Lloyd Harris 1477

36 Márton Fucsovics 1427

37 Federico Delbonis 1382

38 Fabio Fognini 1359

39 Dušan Lajović 1346

40 Dominic Thiem 1340

41 Tommy Paul 1297

42 Ugo Humbert 1283

43 Sebastian Korda 1276

44 Filip Krajinović 1257

45 Jenson Brooksby 1225

46 Kei Nishikori 1210

47 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina 1160

48 David Goffin 1156

49 Ilya Ivashka 1154

50 Botic van de Zandschulp 1149

51 Mackenzie McDonald 1146

52 Benoît Paire 1120

53 Adrian Mannarino 1109

54 Dominik Koepfer 1099

55 Soonwoo Kwon 1095

56 Laslo Djere 1076

57 Lorenzo Musetti 1075

58 Jan Lennard Struff 1054

59 Maxime Cressy 1047

60 Tallon Griekspoor 1046

61 Arthur Rinderknech 1042

62 Pedro Martínez 1002

63 Federico Coria 1001

64 Marcos Giron 988

65 James Duckworth 961

66 Alexei Popyrin 955

67 Gianluca Mager 947

68 Hugo Gaston 923

69 Benjamin Bonzi 919

70 Miomir Kecmanović 901

71 Emil Ruusuvuori 901

72 Sebastian Baez 881

73 Alex Molčan 876

74 Pablo Andújar 875

75 Mikael Ymer 863

76 Richard Gasquet 852

77 Facundo Bagnis 838

78 Roberto Carballés Baena 835

79 Kamil Majchrzak 823

80 Juan Manuel Cerundolo 821

81 Brandon Nakashima 818

82 Daniel Altmaier 803

83 Jordan Thompson 800

84 Henri Laaksonen 797

85 Oscar Otte 789

86 João Sousa 762

87 Andy Murray 761

88 Borna Ćorić 754

89 Jaume Munar 745

90 Holger Rune 742

91 John Millman 738

92 Marco Cecchinato 721

93 Kevin Anderson 719

94 Thanasi Kokkinakis 719

95 Jiří Lehečka 715

96 Peter Gojowczyk 713

97 Radu Albot 708

98 Ričardas Berankis 706

99 Steve Johnson 699

100 Francisco Cerundolo 698

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