And this Monday, no changes in the ATP list when it comes to places, while the points have changed a little.
The first in the world is the Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz with 9,225 points, which is 150 less than last Monday because he did not play in the tournament in Umag.
Which means that Alcaraz now has only 430 points more than Novak Djokovic who is second and has 8,795 points.
The first changes between them can happen only after the Masters in Cincinnati, where Djokovic will play for the first time since Wimbledon.
There were no changes in the rest of the TOP 10 in the world.
As for domestic tennis players, the biggest jump was made by Laslo Đere, as many as 19 positions, so he is now the 39th player on the ATP list.
And his opponent in the final of the tournament in Hamburg, also the winner, Alexander Zverev, reached 16th place in the world.