ATP ranking: Tsitsipas back in the top 10, the full ranking

Thanks to his victory at the Master 1000 in Monte-Carlo, Stefanos Tsitsipas returns to the top 10.

ATP ranking: Tsitsipas back in the top 10, the full ranking

Thanks to his victory at the Master 1000 in Monte-Carlo, Stefanos Tsitsipas returns to the top 10.

The start of the clay court season launches the race for the top seeds before Roland-Garros, and especially the final stretch to participate in the Olympic Games, the ranking of which will be decided the day after the final of the French Open. As a reminder, at this point you will have to be among the 56 best, knowing that each nation can only bring a maximum of four players.

With his success in Monte-Carlo, the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas returns to the top 10, which he left at the end of February for the first time in five years. He gained five places and went from 12th to 7th place. Finalist on the Rock, Casper Ruud gained four places and climbed to sixth position. No change in the top five, still dominated by Novak Djokovic ahead of Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz. The Spaniard, already withdrawn from Monte-Carlo, will lose next week the 500 points from his victory last year in Barcelona since he announced his non-participation in the Catalan tournament. The Murcian still has discomfort in his right forearm.

On the French side, Ugo Humbert gained two places thanks to his quarter-final in the Principality. He is now 13th. Adrian Mannarino and Arthur Fils remain 20th and 36th respectively, while Gaël Monfils progresses three places and finds himself 37th.

What is the ATP ranking?

Novak Djokovic is world number 1 at the start of this 2024 season, but the fight promises to be fierce. The ATP ranking:

The first ATP Race ranking is led by the Italian Jannik Sinner, winner of the first Grand Slam of the year 2024.

Unlike the “classic” ATP ranking, which is updated each week taking into account points earned over the previous 52 weeks, the ATP Race ranking only takes into account points earned during the current season.

The ATP ranking consists of awarding points based on the performance of each player during major competitions. In total, accumulated points are valid for 52 weeks.

Each tournament awards a different number of points. In Grand Slam, the winner acquires 2000 points, the finalist 1200, the semi-finalist 720, ... In master 1000 victory allows to obtain 1000 points, the final 600, ... A victory in ATP 500 brings 500 points, 250 for ATP 250, between 50 and 175 points for Challenger tournaments and between 15 and 25 points for Futures tournaments.

The ranking is updated every week and points are valid for one year. The ATP ranking therefore corresponds to all the points obtained by a player over the last 52 weeks. Every Monday, the player loses the points obtained a year previously.

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