ATP ranking: Djokovic continues to occupy the first place, the first week of the list is about to hit history
The picture shows Germany Jokovic displays the trophy.
China News Service, February 23. ATP officially announced the latest men’s tennis world rankings recently. After winning the Australian Open for the ninth time, Djokovic continued to firmly occupy the men’s singles world number one. And he is about to surpass Federer to become the men’s singles player with the most weeks in the world.
As Nadal stopped in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, Djokovic has determined that he can maintain the title of “World No. 1” at least until the Miami Masters at the end of March. By then, he will officially surpass Federer (310 weeks) in the world’s first total number of weeks in 311 weeks, becoming the first person in the history of this record.
p > On February 21, local time, in the men’s singles final of the 2021 Australian Open, the world’s number one Djokovic defeated Djokovic 7:5, 6:2, 6:2 and a big score of 3:0. Wedev, while winning the Australian Open championship trophy for the 9th time in his career, once again set the Australian Open men’s singles record held by him. The picture shows Djokovic kissing the trophy.
In the men’s singles final of the 2021 Australian Open, which ended on the 21st, Beijing time, the world’s number one Djokovic scored 7:5, 6:2, 6:2 and a big score of 3. : 0 defeated Medvedev, the best in the new generation. While he won the Norman Brooks Challenge Cup for the ninth time, he set another Australian Open men’s singles record held by him. This is also the 28th time that Djokovic has reached the Grand Slam men’s singles final, which is equal to Nadal. He is second only to Federer’s 31 times in active service.
In an earlier interview, Djokovic regarded both the number of Grand Slams and the number of the first week in the world as the first in history as two major goals of his career. After winning the Australian Open, Djokovic increased the number of individual Grand Slam titles to 18, two short of Federer and Nadal. (End)