Will Carlos Alcaraz Or Novak Djokovic Leave Wimbledon World No. 1?

The race for the top spot in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings is intensifying as the Wimbledon semi-finals approach. Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic have the opportunity to leave London as the number one player. Discover Will Carlos Alcaraz Or Novak Djokovic Leave Wimbledon World No. 1?

Currently, Alcaraz is ahead of Djokovic by 80 points in the Pepperstone ATP Live Rankings. If both players lose in the semi-finals, Alcaraz will maintain his position as the world number one.

Otherwise, the player who achieves a better result at Wimbledon will claim the top spot. It is possible that Alcaraz and Djokovic could face each other in a championship match where the winner takes all for the trophy and the number one ranking.

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At the beginning of the tournament, Daniil Medvedev had a chance to regain the top ranking, but he needed Alcaraz and Djokovic to lose early. Since that didn’t happen, Medvedev is guaranteed to leave SW19 as the world number three.

However, Medvedev can still join the battle for the ATP Year-End number one ranking presented by Pepperstone by winning the Wimbledon title. This would be his first time achieving that accolade.

Medvedev also has the opportunity to take the lead in the Pepperstone ATP Live Race To Turin immediately. If either Medvedev, Alcaraz, or Djokovic wins the tournament, they will depart as the leader in the Live Race.

Jannik Sinner, the fourth semi-finalist, has a chance to make a significant jump in the Pepperstone ATP Live Rankings. Currently ranked number eight, if he wins the Wimbledon title, he will reach a career-high ranking of number four.

If Sinner manages to claim his first major title and reach this ranking, he will become one of the highest-ranked Italian players in Pepperstone ATP Rankings history. In 1976, Adriano Panatta achieved a ranking of number four.

Sinner also has the opportunity to improve his position in the Live Race. Currently ranked fifth, if he reaches his first major final, he will ascend to the fourth position. Sinner is aiming to qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals for the first time after being an alternate in the season finale last year due to Matteo Berrettini’s withdrawal.

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