ATP Rankings Update: No changes in top 10 as Djokovic holds top spot during Olympics

Despite the Olympics going on, we have had events in the past week and today new rankings as well which still have Djokovic as the number one.

Plenty of tennis has been played this past week from Tokyo to Gstaad and with every Monday a new rankings update is on the menu. In this one, we didn't see any changes in the top 10 as Novak Djokovic still leads in front of Daniil Medvedev. Nadal is at 3, Tsitsipas at 4, Zverev at 5, Thiem at 6, Rublev at 7, Berrettini at 8, Federer at 9 and Shapovalov at 10.

The only change in the top 20 was Gael Monfils skipping over Alex De Minaur for the number 17 on the rankings. Casper Ruud won another trophy yesterday but his ranking did not change as he is still 14th. Carlos Alcaraz won his first title yesterday in Umag and that allowed him a considerable jump on the ranking.

He jumped 18 spots and narrowly missed entering the top 50 as he now sits at 55. Besides that, there haven't been any major shifts on the rankings and no player has reached a new career-high this week. Check out the top 100 below.

ATP Rankings as of July 26th:

1 Novak Djoković 12113

2 Daniil Medvedev 10370

3 Rafael Nadal 8270

4 Stefanos Tsitsipas 8030

5 Alexander Zverev 7340

6 Dominic Thiem 7340

7 Andrey Rublev 6005

8 Matteo Berrettini 5488

9 Roger Federer 4215

10 Denis Shapovalov 3625

11 Pablo Carreño Busta 3260

12 Hubert Hurkacz 3163

13 Diego Schwartzman 3060

14 Casper Ruud 3045

15 Félix Auger-Aliassime 2738

16 Roberto Bautista Agut 2720

17 Gaël Monfils 2603

18 Alex de Minaur 2565

19 Cristian Garín 2520

20 David Goffin 2500

21 Grigor Dimitrov 2466

22 Milos Raonic 2338

23 Jannik Sinner 2320

24 Aslan Karatsev 2304

25 Karen Khachanov 2235

26 Lorenzo Sonego 2208

27 Daniel Evans 2131

28 Ugo Humbert 2090

29 Cameron Norrie 1975

30 Stan Wawrinka 1922

31 Fabio Fognini 1801

32 Borna Ćorić 1736

33 Filip Krajinović 1724

34 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina 1723

35 John Isner 1718

36 Reilly Opelka 1716

37 Marin Čilić 1705

38 Márton Fucsovics 1634

39 Alexander Bublik 1611

40 Adrian Mannarino 1584

41 Nikoloz Basilashvili 1565

42 Taylor Fritz 1560

43 Albert Ramos Viñolas 1505

44 John Millman 1476

45 Dušan Lajović 1450

46 Federico Delbonis 1435

47 Sebastian Korda 1413

48 Jan Lennard Struff 1410

49 Benoît Paire 1385

50 Laslo Djere 1342

51 Lloyd Harris 1303

52 Miomir Kecmanović 1289

53 Richard Gasquet 1266

54 Frances Tiafoe 1228

55 Carlos Alcaraz 1206

56 Tommy Paul 1193

57 Yoshihito Nishioka 1177

58 Nick Kyrgios 1158

59 Dominik Koepfer 1153

60 Aljaž Bedene 1147

61 Lorenzo Musetti 1106

62 Vasek Pospisil 1105

63 Jordan Thompson 1077

64 Federico Coria 1063

65 Marcos Giron 1047

66 Ilya Ivashka 1038

67 Jaume Munar 1022

68 Jérémy Chardy 1019

69 Kei Nishikori 1003

70 Sam Querrey 1003

71 Pablo Andújar 995

72 Soonwoo Kwon 989

73 Alexei Popyrin 970

74 Gianluca Mager 960

75 Kevin Anderson 958

76 Guido Pella 934

77 James Duckworth 933

78 Emil Ruusuvuori 927

79 Egor Gerasimov 926

80 Steve Johnson 916

81 Facundo Bagnis 916

82 Tennys Sandgren 897

83 Marco Cecchinato 888

84 Ričardas Berankis 873

85 Kyle Edmund 868

86 Jiří Veselý 865

87 Andreas Seppi 863

88 Stefano Travaglia 861

89 Feliciano López 850

90 Corentin Moutet 848

91 Arthur Rinderknech 842

92 Radu Albot 836

93 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 835

94 Pablo Cuevas 832

95 Thiago Monteiro 829

96 Roberto Carballés Baena 819

97 Pedro Martínez 816

98 Norbert Gombos 812

99 Mikael Ymer 810

100 Yannick Hanfmann 805

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