ATP Rankings Update: Medvedev moves closer to Djokovic who is still on top

Novak Djokovic is still number one in the world but the gap between him and the others is narrowing after two weeks of tennis in Australia.

Novak Djokovic was unable to defend his title at the Australian Open. That might cost him the number one spot in the rankings depending on how things go in the next few weeks but for now the Serbian is still on top. He leads ahead of Medvedev but the Russian was able to narrow the gap and it's only about 1000 points. Not much change happened in the top 10 as Zverev is still 3rd ahead of Tsitsipas at four.

Nadal is number 5 after his Australian Open triumph with Berrettini moving to number 6. A significant number of tennis players were able to improve their ranking after a solid result in Australia. Some of them are Fritz, Monfils, Evans, Opelka, Sonego and others. Dominic Thiem dropped down 21 spots and he is now ranked number 37.

Miomir Kecmanovic is the biggest mover as the Serbian jumped 14 spots. In total 11 players have a new career-high and they are Berrettini at 6, Fritz at 20, Alcaraz at 29, Van de Zandschulp at 50, Cressy at 59, Molcan at 72, Baez at 76, Cerundolo at 79, Otte at 84, Laaksonen at 86 and Rune at 97.

ATP Rankings as of January 31st 2022:

1 Novak Djoković 13765

2 Daniil Medvedev 5075

3 Alexander Zverev 9810

4 Stefanos Tsitsipas 8235

5 Rafael Nadal 6875

6 Matteo Berrettini 5538

7 Andrey Rublev 2940

8 Casper Ruud 4155

9 Félix Auger-Aliassime 2363

10 Jannik Sinner 2335

11 Hubert Hurkacz 1606

12 Denis Shapovalov 4090

13 Cameron Norrie 4265

14 Diego Schwartzman 2640

15 Aslan Karatsev 2633

16 Gaël Monfils 1803

17 Pablo Carreño Busta 2475

18 Cristian Garín 2660

19 Roberto Bautista Agut 1585

20 Taylor Fritz 3345

21 Nikoloz Basilashvili 2016

22 Daniel Evans 2002

23 Lorenzo Sonego 1937

24 Reilly Opelka 1866

25 Grigor Dimitrov 1856

26 Marin Čilić 1840

27 Karen Khachanov 1815

28 John Isner 1801

29 Carlos Alcaraz 1689

30 Roger Federer 1665

31 Fabio Fognini 1494

32 Frances Tiafoe 1492

33 Alex de Minaur 1486

34 Lloyd Harris 1477

35 Alexander Bublik 1433

36 Filip Krajinović 1414

37 Dominic Thiem 1390

38 Dušan Lajović 1371

39 Márton Fucsovics 1357

40 Ugo Humbert 1318

41 Federico Delbonis 1312

42 Tommy Paul 1297

43 Sebastian Korda 1276

44 Albert Ramos Viñolas 1259

45 Kei Nishikori 1210

46 Ilya Ivashka 1179

47 James Duckworth 1166

48 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina 1160

49 Laslo Djere 1156

50 Botic van de Zandschulp 1149

51 Jan Lennard Struff 1149

52 David Goffin 1141

53 Dominik Koepfer 1121

54 Benoît Paire 1120

55 Soonwoo Kwon 1120

56 Mackenzie McDonald 1119

57 Jenson Brooksby 1089

58 Adrian Mannarino 1049

59 Maxime Cressy 1047

60 Arthur Rinderknech 1042

61 Pedro Martínez 1026

62 Tallon Griekspoor 1011

63 Miomir Kecmanović 1006

64 Federico Coria 971

65 Alexei Popyrin 965

66 Lorenzo Musetti 960

67 Gianluca Mager 947

68 Benjamin Bonzi 924

69 Hugo Gaston 921

70 Marcos Giron 920

71 Brandon Nakashima 878

72 Alex Molčan 876

73 Pablo Andújar 875

74 Facundo Bagnis 863

75 Richard Gasquet 852

76 Sebastian Baez 831

77 Roberto Carballés Baena 831

78 Jordan Thompson 825

79 Juan Manuel Cerundolo 822

80 Jiří Veselý 819

81 Borna Ćorić 799

82 Ričardas Berankis 796

83 Mikael Ymer 793

84 Oscar Otte 789

85 Daniel Altmaier 787

86 Henri Laaksonen 784

87 Emil Ruusuvuori 783

88 Jaume Munar 773

89 Corentin Moutet 772

90 Pablo Cuevas 770

91 Guido Pella 756

92 Thiago Monteiro 754

93 Stefano Travaglia 744

94 Kamil Majchrzak 743

95 John Millman 743

96 Peter Gojowczyk 742

97 Holger Rune 742

98 Marco Cecchinato 721

99 Steve Johnson 719

100 Kevin Anderson 719

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