The Lisbon tennis player, who secured the national number one status with a victory in the second round of challenger 3 of Oeiras, against the Dutch Botic Van de Zandschulp, by 6-3 and 6-2, remained in 111th position, while the Vimaranense was defeated in the first meeting of the main board in Lyon and went down three places in the world table.
Frederico Silva moved up another step in the hierarchy, reaching the best career position, with 168th place, while João Domingues remained in the 226th position and Nuno Borges, thanks to the presence in the quarter-finals of the ‘challenger 3 de Oeiras, ‘climbed’ 21 places to be ranked 275th.
In a week without changes in the ‘top 10’ of the ATP ranking, and on the eve of starting the second ‘major’ of the season, Roland Garros, Djokovic, 33, remains in the lead, soon followed by Russian Daniil Medvedev and Spanish Rafael Nadal , who will defend the title and try his 14th victory in Paris.
Also, the female ranking does not present any change in the top 10 this week. Australian Ashleigh Barty leads the hierarchy, ahead of Japanese Naomi Osaka and Romanian Simona Halep.