LIVE RANKINGS. Alcaraz is the new world no.2, Djokovic no.3

Carlos Alcaraz won the French Open, securing the World No.2 ranking and reshaping the top tiers of men's tennis. His performance showcased versatility and strategic acumen, outperforming opponents with maturity. Alcaraz's victory is a testament to the dynamic nature of tennis, inspiring new generations to challenge the status quo.

Alcaraz New World No.2

In a stunning display of skill and youthful exuberance, Carlos Alcaraz has triumphed at the French Open beating Alexander Zverev 6-3 2-6 5-7 6-1 6-2 in the final, securing not just the coveted trophy but also the World No.2 ranking. This remarkable achievement has sent ripples through the tennis world, signaling a shift in the hierarchy that has long been dominated by the sport’s most seasoned veterans.

Alcaraz’s ascent to World No.2 is a narrative of relentless ambition and the audacity of youth. His performance on the clay courts of Roland Garros was nothing short of poetic, each match a chapter in a saga of determination. The final, a showcase of his versatility and strategic acumen, saw him outplay and outlast his opponents with a maturity that belies his age.

The implications of Alcaraz’s victory are profound. With this win, he has not only etched his name in the history books but also reshaped the top tiers of men’s tennis. The legendary Novak Djokovic, a name synonymous with excellence and an icon of the sport, now finds himself at World No.3. This changing of the guard is a testament to the dynamic nature of tennis, where legends inspire new generations to rise and challenge the status quo.

As Alcaraz basks in the glory of his French Open success, the tennis community looks on with anticipation. What was once the dominion of the ‘Big Three’ is now a stage for the next generation. Alcaraz, with the fire of his forehand and the grace of his movement, stands at the forefront of this new era.

The young Spaniard’s journey is a reminder that in the realm of tennis, the pursuit of greatness knows no bounds. His rise to World No.2 is not just a personal milestone but a beacon for aspiring players everywhere. It heralds a future where the impossible becomes possible, and the dreams of today become the realities of tomorrow.

Here are the latest live rankings.

Live Rankinga With Alcaraz No.2

Carlos Alcaraz in 2024

Carlos Alcaraz

25 - 5win/loss

21 year old
2024 Highlights

At the moment ranked no.3, Alcaraz played his last match on the 9th of June when he beat world no.4 Alexander Zverev 6-3 2-6 5-7 6-1 6-2 in the final of the French Open to win his 15th career title.

Until now, during this year the Spaniard owns an overall 25-5 match record. Alcaraz conquered 2 titles in 2024 in Indian Wells and French Open.

French Open
Alcaraz's Record

Djokovic at the French Open, ranking, and results in 2024

Novak Djokovic

18 - 6win/loss

37 year old
2024 Highlights

Currently ranked no.1, Novak achieved a composed 18-6 match record in 2024. Novak is playing at the French Open where he beat the world no.142 Pierre-Hugues Herbert 6-4 7-63 6-4, the world no.63 Roberto Carballes Baena 6-4 6-1 6-2, the world no.30 Lorenzo Musetti 7-5 6-76 2-6 6-3 6-0 and the world no.27 Francisco Cerundolo 6-1 5-7 3-6 7-5 6-3.

Djokovic will play next at the Wimbledon (Wimbledon). He will start the tournament from the main draw that will commence on the 1st of July.

French Open
Djokovic's Record

Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic clashed against each other 5 times. Their record is 3-2 for Djokovic. Previously, the last time they played each other, Novak Djokovic won 6-3 6-2 in the semifinal in Turin (Nitto ATP Finals) in November 2023.

In the following video you can watch the highlights.