Novak Djokovic, who lost to Dominic Thiem in the semi final of French Open, is ranked first as per the latest ATP rankings.
Rafael Nadal might have won a 12th Roland Garros title on the weekend, but he remains well behind Novak Djokovic, a semifinalist in Paris, in ATP rankings released on Monday.
Austrian Dominic Thiem, whom Nadal beat in Sunday’s final, keeps his fourth place behind Switzerland’s Roger Federer, who went down to the Spaniard in the last-four on his first appearance in Paris since 2015.
In the WTA ranking, Ashleigh Barty leaped six places to world number two after the Australian’s surprise win at the French Open.
Russian Karen Khachanov jumped two spots into a personal best of ninth thanks to his achievement in reaching the French Open quarterfinal.
Italy’s Fabio Fognini, also a quarterfinalist at Roland Garros and winner in Monte-Carlo in April, also moved up two places to 10th.
The biggest mover in the top 20 was Switzerland’s Stan Wawrinka, whose quarterfinal defeat by Federer in Paris was enough to see him go up nine places into 19th.