Movers Of The Week

Djokovic Returns To No. 1, Mover Of Week looks at the top Movers of the Week in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 12 June 2023
June 12, 2023
Novak Djokovic rises to World No. 1 after winning a record 23rd major at Roland Garros.
ATP Tour/Getty Images
Novak Djokovic rises to World No. 1 after winning a record 23rd major at Roland Garros. By ATP Staff

Novak Djokovic has returned to No. 1 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings after triumphing at Roland Garros. Several other ATP Tour stars have also climbed following the second major of the season. looks at the movers of the week as of Monday, 12 June 2023.

Follow The Cast Of ATP Tour | Break Point

No. 1 Novak Djokovic, +2 (Joint Career High)
The 36-year-old has begun a record-extending 388th week at No. 1 after he clinched a record 23rd major at Roland Garros. The Serbian, who defeated Carlos Alcaraz in the semi-finals and Casper Ruud in the final, is the first man to win all four major events at least three times. Djokovic is also the oldest Roland Garros champion at the age of 36 years and 20 days.

No. 10 Karen Khachanov, +1
Khachanov has returned to the Top 10 for the first time since 2019 after he reached the quarter-finals in Paris. The 27-year-old has enjoyed an impressive season, also advancing to semi-finals at the Australian Open and the Miami Open presented by Itau.

No. 23 Alexander Zverev, +4
Last year, Zverev tore three ligaments in his right ankle during his Roland Garros semi-final against Rafael Nadal. Twelve months on and the German was back at the semi-final stage in Paris, defeating seeds Frances Tiafoe and Grigor Dimitrov to reach the last four. The 26-year-old’s run in the French capital was his best result of the season.

No. 32 Tomas Martin Etcheverry, +17 (Career High)
The Argentine arrived at Roland Garros having previously earned only one main draw win at a major (Australian Open 2023). Ten days later he left as a major quarter-finalist after defeating Jack Draper, Alex de Minaur, Borna Coric and Yoshihito Nishioka. The 23-year-old has performed strongly on clay this year, also reaching finals in Santiago and Houston.

You May Also Like: Djokovic Surges To First In Live Race, Ruud Climbs

Other Notable Top 100 Movers
No. 15 Borna Coric, +1
No. 16 Tommy Paul, +1 (Career High)
No. 17 Lorenzo Musetti, +1 (Career High)
No. 18 Alex de Minaur, +1
No. 19 Pablo Carreno Busta, +2
No. 20 Francisco Cerundolo, +3 (Career High)
No. 24 Jan-Lennard Struff, +4 (Career High)
No. 26 Grigor Dimitrov, +3
No. 27 Yoshihito Nishioka, +6 (Career High)
No. 30 Nicolas Jarry, +5 (Career High)
No. 41 Lorenzo Sonego, +7
No. 45 Dusan Lajovic, +8
No. 48 Aslan Karatsev, +14
No. 53 Yannick Hanfmann, +12 (Career High)
No. 56 Zhang Zhizhen, +15 (Career High)
No. 57 Marcos Giron, +18
No. 59 Daniel Altmaier, +20
No. 61 Juan Pablo Varillas, +33 (Career High)
No. 69 Luca Van Assche, +13 (Career High)
No. 72 Matteo Arnaldi, +34 (Career High)
No. 78 Stan Wawrinka, +11
No. 81 Sebastian Ofner, +37 (Career High)
No. 88 Thanasi Kokkinakis, +20

Read More News View All News

View Related Videos View All Videos


Get it on Google Play Download on the App Store

Premier Partner

Platinum Partners

Gold Partners

Official Ball, Racquet and Tennis Accessory

Official Partners & Suppliers