Djokovic is no longer the number 1 on the ATP list
Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic returned to the top of the ATP list on March 14th, but could lose that position next Monday. Djokovic does not play at the Miami Masters, and his biggest competitor Danil Medvedev is doing great.
If Medvedev, who is only 10 points behind Djokovic after reaching the quarterfinals, wins the next match, he will skip the Serbian tennis player. Medvedev’s opponent in the quarterfinals in Miami is the Pole Hubert Hurkac, the 10th player in the world. The Russian and the Pole have played three times so far, Hurkach won the first match at Wimbledon, and Medvedev in the next two at the Masters tournaments.
For ковиokovi ова, this is the 363rd week at the top of the ATP and he is a convincing record holder. Roger Federer was first for 310 weeks, Pete Sampras 286, Ivan Lendl 270, Jimmy Connors 268 and Rafael Nadal 209. Medvedev spent three weeks in first place before Djokovic returned to the throne.