ATP Rankings Update: Novak Djokovic retains No. 1 after US Open loss

Novak Djokovic lost in the US Open final but retained his number one rankings as a lot of changes happened in the rankings post the US Open.

It's the day after the US Open final and as every Monday it brings us a new rankings update. Novak Djokovic is still on top but the difference between him and Medvedev is now at 1500 points. Andrey Rublev moved up to number 5 as did Matteo Berrettini who is now 7th. Casper Ruud is 10th, Auger-Aliassime is 11th. A lot of changes happened in the top 100 as well with many players moving up after strong showings in New York.

Lloyd Harris reached the quarterfinal and he jumped 15 spots to number 31. Botic Van de Zandschulp also played in the quarterfinal and jumped up 54 spots to number 63. Carlos Alcaraz is another big mover with a 17 spot jump to number 38. In total 20 players reached a new career-high on this day and they will be listed in the next paragraph.

New career high after the US Open: Rublev at 5, Berrettini at 7, Ruud at 10, Felix Auger-Aliassime at 11, Sinner at 14, Garin at 17, Opelka at 19, Evans at 23, Norrie at 28, Harris at 31, Bublik at 34, Alcaraz at 38, Korda at 42, Musetti at 57, Martinez at 59, Van de Zandschulp at 63, Mager at 66, Rinderkench at 76, Brooksby at 80 and Bonzi at 81.

ATP Rankings as of September 13th 2021:

1 Novak Djoković 12133

2 Daniil Medvedev 10780

3 Stefanos Tsitsipas 8350

4 Alexander Zverev 7760

5 Andrey Rublev 6130

6 Rafael Nadal 5815

7 Matteo Berrettini 5173

8 Dominic Thiem 4995

9 Roger Federer 3765

10 Casper Ruud 3440

11 Félix Auger-Aliassime 3368

12 Denis Shapovalov 3310

13 Hubert Hurkacz 3128

14 Jannik Sinner 2895

15 Diego Schwartzman 2800

16 Pablo Carreño Busta 2650

17 Cristian Garín 2510

18 Roberto Bautista Agut 2405

19 Reilly Opelka 2341

20 Gaël Monfils 2233

21 Alex de Minaur 2218

22 John Isner 2171

23 Daniel Evans 2164

24 Lorenzo Sonego 2097

25 Aslan Karatsev 2074

26 Ugo Humbert 2045

27 Karen Khachanov 1965

28 Cameron Norrie 1930

29 Grigor Dimitrov 1836

30 David Goffin 1766

31 Lloyd Harris 1758

32 Fabio Fognini 1744

33 Milos Raonic 1649

34 Alexander Bublik 1588

35 Nikoloz Basilashvili 1578

36 Dušan Lajović 1565

37 Filip Krajinović 1544

38 Carlos Alcaraz 1499

39 Taylor Fritz 1495

40 Marin Čilić 1493

41 Márton Fucsovics 1469

42 Sebastian Korda 1459

43 John Millman 1455

44 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina 1429

45 Adrian Mannarino 1424

46 Federico Delbonis 1420

47 Albert Ramos Viñolas 1391

48 Benoît Paire 1362

49 Stan Wawrinka 1355

50 Laslo Djere 1322

51 Borna Ćorić 1319

52 Frances Tiafoe 1312

53 Ilya Ivashka 1305

54 Jan Lennard Struff 1208

55 Kei Nishikori 1208

56 Tommy Paul 1138

57 Lorenzo Musetti 1108

58 Mackenzie McDonald 1105

59 Pedro Martínez 1054

60 Miomir Kecmanović 1025

61 Federico Coria 1024

62 Dominik Koepfer 1015

63 Botic van de Zandschulp 1015

64 Jaume Munar 1003

65 Vasek Pospisil 990

66 Gianluca Mager 990

67 Facundo Bagnis 985

68 Kevin Anderson 983

69 Marcos Giron 982

70 Yoshihito Nishioka 975

71 Alexei Popyrin 970

72 Jérémy Chardy 969

73 Mikael Ymer 960

74 Emil Ruusuvuori 958

75 Jordan Thompson 955

76 Benjamin Bonzi 952

77 Arthur Rinderknech 944

78 Sam Querrey 943

79 Aljaž Bedene 942

80 James Duckworth 934

81 Jenson Brooksby 922

82 Guido Pella 914

83 Soonwoo Kwon 899

84 Richard Gasquet 896

85 Marco Cecchinato 896

86 Brandon Nakashima 893

87 Steve Johnson 876

88 Andreas Seppi 868

89 Jiří Veselý 865

90 Egor Gerasimov 856

91 Roberto Carballés Baena 849

92 Thiago Monteiro 832

93 Corentin Moutet 828

94 Pablo Andújar 825

95 Nick Kyrgios 798

96 Denis Kudla 788

97 Pablo Cuevas 777

98 Pierre Hugues Herbert 773

99 Stefano Travaglia 766

100 Gilles Simon 764

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