Pepperstone ATP Live Rankings Projection

Will Alcaraz Or Djokovic Leave Wimbledon World No. 1?

Medvedev and Sinner also jockeying for position
July 13, 2023
Carlos Alcaraz is No. 1 in the Pepperstone ATP Live Rankings entering the Wimbledon semi-finals.
Corinne Dubreuil/ATP Tour
Carlos Alcaraz is No. 1 in the Pepperstone ATP Live Rankings entering the Wimbledon semi-finals. By ATP Staff

The battle for No. 1 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings is heating up ahead of the Wimbledon semi-finals. Both Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic have a chance to leave London in top spot.

Alcaraz currently leads Djokovic by 80 points in the Pepperstone ATP Live Rankings. If both players lose in the last four of The Championships, the 20-year-old will remain No. 1.

Otherwise, whoever earns the better result at the grass-court major will earn World No. 1. Alcaraz and Djokovic could play a winner-takes-all championship blockbuster for the trophy and World No. 1.

Pepperstone ATP Live Rankings (as of 12 July)

 Player  Current Points  Max Points
 No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz  8,395  9,675
 No. 2 Novak Djokovic  8,315  9,595
 No. 3 Daniil Medvedev  6,520  7,800
 No. 8 Jannik Sinner  3,975  5,255

Daniil Medvedev began the week with a chance to return to World No. 1 by the end of the fortnight, but needed early losses from Alcaraz and Djokovic. Since that did not happen, the 27-year-old is guaranteed to leave SW19 as World No. 3.

However, Medvedev can insert himself in the battle for ATP Year-End No. 1 presented by Pepperstone by lifting the trophy. Medvedev is trying to earn that accolade for the first time.

Medvedev can immediately claim the lead in the Pepperstone ATP Live Race To Turin. If Medvedev, Alcaraz or Djokovic triumph at The All England Club, the champion will depart in first place in the Live Race.

The fourth semi-finalist, Jannik Sinner, has the chance to make the biggest move in the Pepperstone ATP Live Rankings. Currently No. 8, the Italian will ascend to a career-high World No. 4 if he wins the title.

If Sinner claims his maiden major trophy to make that surge, he would become the joint-highest-ranked Italian in Pepperstone ATP Rankings history. Adriana Panatta reached World No. 4 in 1976.

Sinner also can put himself in prime position in the Live Race. Currently fifth, he can ascend to fourth by making his first major final. Sinner is trying to qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals for the first time after competing in the season finale as an alternate following Matteo Berrettini’s mid-tournament withdrawal in 2021.

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