The Spanish Carlos Alcaraz stalks the Serbian Novak Djokovic for the world number 1 and this week he cuts 105 points in the standings.
Alcaraz has not added points, by reissuing Godó from last year, but Djokovic has lost 105 after falling in the quarterfinals in the tournament Banja Lukawhen he defended the 205 points of the 2022 Belgrade tournament.
This being the case and given that the Serbian will not participate in the Masters 1,000 in Madrid, if Alcaraz, who defends the title, wins again it would be only 5 points. Djokovic will lose all 360 points of the 2022 Madrid semifinals.
In the next tournament, in Rome, Alcaraz could return to number 1, since he did not participate last year and all he wins will be points to be added, while Djokovic, who won in the last Foro ItalicoHe just defends them.
After Djokovic and Alcaraz, the Russian Daniil Medvedev regains third place on the podium to the detriment of the Norwegian Casper Ruud, in the only change that occurs in the top 10 this week.
The Spanish Rafael Nadal, despite staying away from the slopes, remains in fourteenth place. He rest of Spanish Among the top hundred are Pablo Carreño (22), Roberto Bautista (25), Alejandro Davidovich (35), Bernabé Zapata (42), Roberto Carballés (53), Albert Ramos (60) and Jaume Munar (88).
so to the iberoamericans it means, top hundred They are Francisco Cerundolo (ARG, 30), Sebastián Báez (ARG, 31), Nicolás Jarry (CHI, 51), Tomás M. Etcheverry (ARG, 59), Pedro Cachín (ARG, 67), Diego Schwartzman (ARG, 72) , Cristian Garín (CHI, 73), Nuno Borges (POR, 74), Federico Coria (ARG, 78), Thiago Monteiro (BRA, 97) and Daniel Elahi Galán (COL, 100).