The post Australian Open rankings are up.
Rafael Nadal stayed at No. 2 after losing in the quarterfinals, while Danil Medvedev’s second appearance in a Grand Slam final pushed him up one spot. Medvedev trades places with Dominic Thiem, who dropped to No. 4 after losing in the fourth round.
There were no other changes in the men’s Top 10, including Roger Federer remaining at No. 5 despite not having competed in more than a year after having two knee operations.
After beating Medvedev 7-5, 6-2, 6-2 on Sunday for his 18th Grand Slam title, Novak Djokovic is assured of remaining at No. 1 at least another two weeks, which will raise his career total in that spot to 311. That means he will break Roger Federer’s ATP record of 310 weeks atop the rankings.
Top 10 in the current ATP Rankings:
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