The post Roland Garros rankings are up.
Rafael Nadal, who could not play in Paris due to an injury, lost 2000 points and as a result, dropped out of the Top 100 in the ATP Ranking.
The last time Rafa was outside the top 100 was in April 2002 and he now sits on a mere 445 points and will drop further as he is only expected to return to action in 2023 following hip surgery.
Four players were gunning to be No 1 after Roland Garros, but three of them fell by the wayside and Novak Djokovic was the last man standing as he won the title in Paris for the third time to move to a record 23 Grand Slams – one ahead of our champ.
The only change in the lower half of the top 10 sees Karen Khachanov return to No 10 on the back of his run to the quarter-final at Roland Garros.
ATP Rankings Top 10:
1. Novak Djokovic (Serbia) – 7,595 points
2. Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) – 7,175
3. Daniil Medvedev (Russia) – 6,100
4. Casper Ruud (Norway) – 4,960
5. Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece) – 4,920
6. Holger Rune (Denmark) – 4,375
7. Andrey Rublev (Russia) – 4,000
8. Taylor Fritz (United States) – 3,515
9. Jannik Sinner (Italy) – 3,300
10. Karen Khachanov (Russia) – 3,125
136. Rafael Nadal (Spain) – 446 points