Post-Wimbledon ATP Rankings: Novak Djokovic back in top 10, career-high five for Kevin Anderson

Shahida Jacobs
Novak Djokovic and Kevbin Anderson before Wimbledon final
Novak Djokovic and Kevbin Anderson before Wimbledon final

Unsurprisingly, Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson are the big winners in the ATP Rankings post-Wimbledon.

Djokovic started the grass-court Grand Slam at No 21 in the world, but he won his fourth title at SW19 on Sunday, beating Anderson in three sets.

And it means the Serb, who struggled with injury and form the past year, jumps 11 places to No 10 in the world.

Anderson, meanwhile, moves up three spots to a career-high of five on the back of his maiden Wimbledon final appearances while semi-finalist John Isner is up to No 8.

British No 1 Kyle Edmund has also reached a career-high of 16 after moving up one spot.

The top four remains unchanged with Rafael Nadal leading Roger Federer, Alexander Zverev and Juan Martin del Potro.

ATP top 20 rankings:
1 Rafael Nadal (Spain) 9,310
2 Roger Federer (Switzerland) 7,080
3 Alexander Zverev (Germany) 5,665
4 Juan Martin del Potro (Argentina) 5,395
5 Kevin Anderson (South Africa) 4,655
6 Grigor Dimitrov (Bulgaria) 4,610
7 Marin Cilic (Croatia) 3,905
8 John Isner (United States) 3,720
9 Dominic Thiem (Austrian) 3,665
10 Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 3,355
11 David Goffin (Belgium) 3,120
12 Diego Schwartzman (Argentina) 2,470
13 Pablo Carreno Busta (Spain) 2,155
14 Jack Sock (United States) 2,075
15 Fabio Fognini (Italy) 2,030
16 Kyle Edmund (Great Britain) 1,995
17 Roberto Bautista Agut (Spain) 1,940
18 Nick Kyrgios (Australia) 1,935
19 Lucas Pouille (France) 1,835
20 Kei Nishikori (Japan) 1,800