Although he lost the finals of the US Open, Djokovic increased his advantage on the ATP list

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Novak Djokovic

The best tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic, started today the 338th week at the top of the ATP list with 12,133 points!

New York champion Danil Medvedev, who beat Djokovic 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 in the final and won the first Grand Slam of his career, now has 10,780 points in second place, which means that Djokovic increased his advantage over the previous week. .

Greek Srtefanois Cicipas remained in third place, followed by German Alexander Zverev, and there were several changes among the Top 10 players. Russian Andrei Rublev advanced by two positions and as of today he is the fifth player in the world, Spaniard Rafael Nadal fell to sixth place, while Italian Mateo Beretini broke out to seventh position.

Austrian Domink Tim took two steps back and is now eighth on the list, Roger Federer remained ninth, while Norwegian Casper Rudd is the 10th player in the world.

As for other Serbian tennis players, Dušan Lajović is 36th on the list as of today, which is four places better than the previous ranking, Filip Krajinović also advanced by one place and is now in 37th position, as well as Laslo Đere , who is the 50th tennis player in the world, while Miomir Kecmanović went three steps ahead and is now 60th on the list.

Source: Vesti online by

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