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ATP Singles Men’s Tennis Rankings

Men's Tennis Rankings 2023
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The ATP updates the most recent men’s tennis rankings for 2023. This standing is based on the individual performances of the players.

The medals a player receives typically represent how well they perform. Overall, the more awards a member gets, the better they are.

Novak Djokovic is on the top in the Men’s singles tennis rankings list with 11795 points. A Spanish tennis player, Carlos Alcaraz, got the 2nd spot in the tennis standing with 8535 points.

The 3rd seat in the rankings is booked by Daniil Medvedev, a player with 7280 points. Holger Rune, a Denmark player, grabs the 4th slot, and their points are 4710.

ATP Men’s Tennis Rankings 2023

Rank Player Points Event Played
1 Novak Djokovic 11795 19
2 Carlos Alcaraz 8535 17
3 Daniil Medvedev 7280 22
4 Holger Rune 4710 22
5 Stefanos Tsitsipas 4615 23
6 Andrey Rublev 4515 25
7 Jannik Sinner 4465 22
8 Taylor Fritz 3955 26
9 Casper Ruud 3560 24
10 Alexander Zverev 3030 21
11 Frances Tiafoe 2690 22
12 Alex De Minaur 2685 24
13 Tommy Paul 2660 25
14 Felix Auger-Aliassime 2340 22
15 Karen Khachanov 2135 19
16 Hubert Hurkacz 2035 24
17 Cameron Norrie 1985 23
18 Lorenzo Musetti 1925 27
19 Ben Shelton 1735 28
20 Grigor Dimitrov 1735 22
21 Francisco Cerundolo 1635 27
22 Nicolas Jarry 1494 22
23 Jan-Lennard Struff 1474 23
24 Tallon Griekspoor 1446 28
25 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina 1435 26
26 Borna Coric 1415 22
27 Daniel Evans 1381 27
28 Sebastian Baez 1375 28
29 Alexander Bublik 1349 29
30 Jiri Lehecka 1338 27
31 Denis Shapovalov 1325 22
32 Christopher Eubanks 1313 29
33 Sebastian Korda 1295 19
34 Adrian Mannarino 1286 31
35 Tomas Martin Etcheverry 1285 30
36 Ugo Humbert 1198 27
37 Laslo Djere 1190 27
38 Lorenzo Sonego 1140 29
39 Mackenzie Mcdonald 1120 30
40 Stan Wawrinka 1084 21
41 Andy Murray 1075 22
42 Roberto Bautista Agut 1050 25
43 Max Purcell 1047 28
44 Arthur Fils 1032 25
45 Alexei Popyrin 1030 25
46 Yoshihito Nishioka 1025 22
47 Miomir Kecmanovic 985 29
48 Matteo Arnaldi 983 26
49 Daniel Altmaier 971 28
50 Aleksandar Vukic 947 35
51 J.J. Wolf 945 26
52 Dusan Lajovic 938 23
53 Christopher O’Connell 930 32
54 Yannick Hanfmann 927 28
55 Roman Safiullin 902 19
56 Jordan Thompson 902 27
57 Emil Ruusuvuori 901 29
58 Marton Fucsovics 898 24
59 Sebastian Ofner 885 25
60 Zhizhen Zhang 872 26
61 Roberto Carballes Baena 870 28
62 Gregoire Barrere 870 30
63 Aslan Karatsev 853 23
64 Marcos Giron 850 26
65 Richard Gasquet 840 33
66 Matteo Berrettini 832 19
67 Arthur Rinderknech 826 27
68 Botic Van De Zandschulp 825 23
69 Luca Van Assche 825 31
70 Juan Pablo Varillas 815 27
71 Quentin Halys 805 29
72 Rinky Hijikata 769 29
73 Thanasi Kokkinakis 766 21
74 Bernabe Zapata Miralles 766 27
75 Pedro Cachin 757 31
76 Thiago Seyboth Wild 752 27
77 Borna Gojo 747 23
78 Yosuke Watanuki 743 21
79 Dominik Koepfer 737 18
80 Dominic Thiem 736 27
81 Brandon Nakashima 735 25
82 Federico Coria 732 30
83 Jaume Munar 731 31
84 Alexandre Muller 722 28
85 Mikael Ymer 721 26
86 Alexander Shevchenko 705 34
87 Daniel Elahi Galan 699 27
88 Nuno Borges 694 25
89 Juan Manuel Cerundolo 691 29
90 Dominic Stricker 685 21
91 Hugo Gaston 681 27
92 Fabian Marozsan 662 24
93 Benjamin Bonzi 660 26
94 Michael Mmoh 654 19
95 Taro Daniel 643 24
96 Jason Kubler 643 25
97 Albert Ramos-Vinolas 628 34
98 Yibing Wu 613 20
99 Facundo Diaz Acosta 610 27
100 David Goffin 609 25
98 Yibing Wu 613 20
99 Facundo Diaz Acosta 610 27
100 David Goffin 609 25
Source: espn.com

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