Tennis legend Novak Djokovic has dropped to third in the ATP world rankings, with Daniil Medvedev topping the list for the fourth time in his career.
Despite losing the Libema Open final in the Netherlands on Sunday, Medvedev has managed to climb back to No.1.
Meanwhile, Alexander Zverev, who suffered a serious ankle injury at Roland Garros, moved up to second.
Djokovic, who hasn’t topped the ranking for just two weeks since February 2020, now drops to No.3.
Rafa Nadal remains in fourth place, 245 points behind the Serbian star, and his compatriot Carlos Alcaraz is still seventh.
The biggest move was made by Andy Murray, who gained 21 places by climbing up to 47th despite being defeated in the Stuttgart final by Italian Matteo Berretini.