Wimbledon tennis ‘first win’ sees Alcaraz become world No. 1… Kwon slips outside top 100
Carlos Alcaraz has retained his No. 1 ranking after winning the men’s singles title at Wimbledon.
According to the men’s tennis singles world rankings released by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) on its official website on Nov. 17 (KST), Alcaraz has been ranked No. 1 for four weeks.
Alcaraz defeated No. 2 Novak Djokovic 3-2 (1-6 7-6 6-1 3-6 6-4) in a four-hour, 42-minute thriller in the men’s singles final at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Club in London, England, on April 16.
If Alcaraz had lost, he would have lost the 꽁머니사이트 No. 1 ranking to Djokovic. Instead, Alcaraz was crowned champion, earning 2,000 ranking points and maintaining his lead with a total of 9675 points.
In second place is Wimbledon runner-up Djokovic. Djokovic earned an additional 1200 points, bringing his total to 8795. Soon-woo Kwon, who missed the French Open and Wimbledon due to injury, dropped two spots from last week to No. 101.
Wimbledon women’s singles champion Marquetta Bondrowsova is ranked 10th, up 32 spots from last week. This is the first time Bondrowsova has reached the top 10 in the world rankings.
Unseeded at Wimbledon, Vondrowsova caused a stir by knocking off a string of strong opponents, including a 2-0 (6-4 6-4) victory over No. 6 Ons Jaber in the final.
The top spot in the women’s rankings was retained by Iga Sibyontek. She is followed by Arina Sabalenka (2nd) and Elena Rybakina (3rd).