Jannik Sinner is having a solid year. After reaching the final in Rotterdam, he was also the runner-up in Miami, defeating Carlos Alcaraz in the semifinals in a high-quality match. His results are also reflected in the live rankings, where the Italian player is now ranked 8. Since there are no major tournaments, Jannik is certain that he will keep the No. 8 rank at the beginning of next week, setting a personal record. Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz are still the leaders.
Here are the latest live rankings.
Jannik Sinner in 2023
Currently the world no.9 (career-high), Jannik played his last match on the 2nd of April when he was defeated by world no.4 Daniil Medvedev 7-5 6-3 in the final in Miami (draw).
Until now, during this year Sinner has a composed 21-5 win-loss record. This year, the Italian clinched 1 title in Montpellier. The Italian was the runner-up in Rotterdam and Miami.
He is also scheduled to play in Barcelona (Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell) on the 17th of April and Madrid (Mutua Madrid Open) on the 26th of April.
Novak Djokovic in 2023
Ranked no.1, the Serbian played his last match on the 3rd of March when he lost to world no.4 Daniil Medvedev 6-4 6-4 in the semifinal in Dubai (draw).
Until now, during this year Djokovic has achieved a 15-1 win-loss record. Djokovic has won 2 titles in 2023 in Adelaide and Australian Open.
He is also scheduled to play in Madrid (Mutua Madrid Open). The main draw will start on the 26th of April.
Jannik Sinner and Novak Djokovic clashed against each other just on 2 occasions. Their record is 2-0 for Djokovic. Before, the last time they fought against each other, Novak Djokovic won 5-7 2-6 6-3 6-2 6-2 in the quarter in London (Wimbledon) in July 2022.
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Carlos Alcaraz in 2023
Currently the world no.2, the Spaniard played his last match on the 31st of March when he lost to world no.9 Jannik Sinner 6-7(4) 6-4 6-2 in the semifinal in Miami (draw).
Presently, during this year the Spaniard has a 18-2 match record. Alcaraz clinched 2 titles in 2023 in Buenos Aires and Indian Wells. The Spaniard was the finalist in Rio de Janeiro.