Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic continued to increase his own record for the number of weeks spent at the top of world tennis, as he started the 346th week today at the top of the ATP list.

Djokovic secured number 1 at the Masters in Paris at the end of the year, and by winning against Danilo Medvedev in the final and winning a record 37th Masters trophy in his career, he increased his advantage over the Russian tennis player, so he has 3,300 points more on the list published today.

Behind the two of them were several changes to the list.

Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Cicipas swapped places, so now the German is third and the Greek fourth, and the castling was made by the Russian Andrei Rublev and the Spaniard Rafael Nadal.

Italian Mateo Beretini and Norwegian Casper Rudd kept their positions, while Hubert Hurkac and Janik Siner also replaced their places, so the Pole is currently the ninth and the Italian the tenth player in the world.

As for the other Serbian tennis players, the three of them kept the same positions, so that Dušan Lajović is 34, Filip Krajinović is 42, and Laslo Djere is 51st on the ATP list. Only Miomir Kecmanović advanced by one place and is now the 68th tennis player in the world.

ATP list:

1. Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 10,940 points
2. Danil Medvedev (Russia) 7,640
3. Alexander Zverev (Germany) 6,540
4. Stefanos Cicipas (Greece) 6,540
5. Andrei Rublev (Russia) 4,950
6. Rafael Nadal (Spain) 4,875
7. Mateo Beretini (Italy) 4,568
8. Kasper Rud (Norway) 3,760
9. Hubert Hurkach (Poland) 3,706
10. Janik Siner (Italy) 3,395
34. Dušan Lajović (Serbia) 1,591
42. Filip Krajinović (Serbia) 1,402
51. Laszlo Djere (Serbia) 1,131
68. Miomir Kecmanović (Serbia) 916

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