Novak Djokovic’s rankings face a major challenge to the ATP Tour’s decision to cancel the Wimbledon rankings following the decision of the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) to allow Russian and Belarusian Russian players to ban lose this year. Wimbledon 2022 fans can buy Wimbledon 2022 Tickets from our website.

The ATP Tour, WTA Tour, and ITF Tour released a statement Friday saying that no points will be awarded for this year’s Wimbledon Championships as a result of the AELTC and LTA decisions.

Djokovic wins again this year in Paris and Medvedev loses in the first round
Djokovic wins again this year in Paris and Medvedev loses in the first round

The tour also concluded that the points players earned at Wimbledon in 2021 would drop without a chance to defend them, meaning Djokovic would lose the 2,000 ranking points he earned from winning Wimbledon in 2021.

Medvedev is in the fourth round of Wimbledon in 2021, meaning he will lose 180 points unless Wimbledon’s stance changes.

For now, the points for the top two players are as follows:

• Djokovic: 8,660 points

• Medvedev: 7,980 points

If we remove the points from the 2021 Wimbledon Championships, which expire on July 11, they would be:

• Djokovic: 6,660 points

• Medvedev: 7,800 points

Barring a U-turn at Wimbledon or a series of unlikely events, Medvedev will almost certainly return to the No. 1 even if he doesn’t play for the All England Club.

Djokovic’s position cannot improve during Roland Garros

Djokovic enters the French Open as defending champion, meaning he has up to 2,000 ranking points after winning the title in Paris last year. Therefore, the only way for him to close the gap with Medvedev at the end of the French Open is to hope that Medvedev loses in Paris as early as possible.

The Russian, who missed all three matches of the Masters series on clay and only returned to Geneva this week but lost in the first round, reached the quarter-finals in Paris last year, netting 360 points.

As long as Medvedev plays his first-round match in Paris, he is guaranteed 10 points. Assuming Djokovic wins again this year in Paris (best case for Serbs) and Medvedev loses in the first round (worst case for Russians), their points at the end of the French Open (including 2021) will be Wimbledon points:

• Djokovic: 8,660 (won the French Open)

• Medvedev: 7,630 (1R Roland-Garros loss)

Assuming Djokovic wins the French Open again and Medvedev achieve the second-best result, reaching the final, the Russian has 1,200 points, which is enough for Medvedev to leave Paris as the world’s No. 1:

• Djokovic: 8,660 (won the French Open)

• Medvedev: 8,820 (second place at the French Open)

Of course, there are several other possible variations and combinations between Djokovic’s best-case scenario and Medvedev’s worst-case scenario, which would impact their views. Wimbledon 2022 fans can buy Wimbledon Final Tickets from our website.

Medvedev won 250 points over Mallorca, while Djokovic did not play any warm-up matches
 Medvedev won 250 points over Mallorca, while Djokovic did not play any warm-up matches

Below are the points of the two players at different stages of the tournament, suggesting that Djokovic must make it to the final to stand a chance of becoming No. 1 after Paris.

• First round: Novak Djokovic 6,670, Medvedev 7,630

• Second round: Novak Djokovic 6,715, Medvedev 7,665

• Third round: Djokovic 6,750, Daniil Medvedev 7,710

• Fourth round: Djokovic 6,840, Medvedev 7,800

• Quarter-finals: Novak Djokovic 7,020, Daniil Medvedev 7,980

• Semi-finals: Djokovic 7,380, Medvedev 8,340

Second place: Djokovic 7,860, Medvedev 8,820

• Winner: Djokovic 8,660, Medvedev 9,620

In other words, if Djokovic doesn’t make it to the final, he will definitely lose the No. 1 spot, while Medvedev will definitely return to No. 1 after Roland Garros if he does.

What occurs during the three-week break between Roland Garros and Wimbledon?

While Wimbledon will not provide ranking points. The ATP Tour has decided to reserve ranking points for custom events in the UK during the three-week period between Roland Garros and Wimbledon. This is based on the logic that Russian and Belarusian players have the opportunity to earn ranking points in the same week at grass events in other countries such as Germany, Spain, and the Netherlands.

In 2021, Medvedev won 250 points over Mallorca, while Djokovic did not play any warm-up matches between the two majors.

Let’s assume Djokovic wins the French Open and loses Medvedev in the opening round in Paris and does not warm up on the grass. That means he has dropped 250 points from his Mallorca title and the points will be:

• Djokovic: 8,660 (won the French Open)

• Medvedev: 7,380 (1R loss in Paris, winless on grass)

Taking into account that Djokovic would beat Medvedev to win Paris, but the Russian lost his first game in the turf adaptation he played in, their score would look like this:

• Djokovic: 8,660 (won the French Open)

• Medvedev: 8,570 (loss in RG final, winless on grass)

Djokovic has the opportunity to play one or more matches on grass for Wimbledon
Djokovic has the opportunity to play one or more matches on grass for Wimbledon

Medvedev has said he plans to play all three-week warm-ups on the lawn, while there’s no word on whether Novak Djokovic’s plans to play in any of the matches. His official website lists Wimbledon as his next event after the French Open. Wimbledon 2022 fans can buy Wimbledon 2022 Tickets from our website.

Over the course of three weeks, Medvedev or Djokovic (who does not play in the program. Only played in doubles last year) can earn up to 1,000 ranking points (250 in s-Hertogenbosch/Stuttgart) points, Stuttgart 500) Halle /Queens and Mallorca/ Eastbourne’s 250 points (if they win the trophy) may not be enough for the Serb to make up for the 2,000 points he will lose at Wimbledon.

• Djokovic wins in Paris + no points on grass – 2021 Wimbledon points = 6,660

• Medvedev’s first round loss in Paris + no points in grass-adjusted matches – 2021 Wimbledon points = 7,200

Like Medvedev, Djokovic has the opportunity to play one or more matches on grass for Wimbledon. This will increase his tally, but all in all, the Serb seems very comfortable if Wimbledon’s points fall away to be held on July 11.

Novak Djokovic to defend Wimbledon title in 2022 without vaccine

Novak Djokovic does not need a COVID-19 vaccine to play at Wimbledon in June.

The All England Club announced on Tuesday that players do not need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to compete in the 2022 Wimbledon Championships in London, ESPN’s Tom Hamilton reported.

Defending Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic was banned from the Australian Open earlier this year for failing to vaccinate.

The 34-year-old is embroiled in a bizarre saga in Australia. As he was initially banned from playing after claiming. He was immune to the virus after testing positive for COVID-19 shortly before the match.

However, the Australian border authorities rejected the waiver and cancelled Djokovic’s visa. After Djokovic was forced to quarantine at an immigration hotel. A hearing ruled that he could not play at the Australian Open. Wimbledon 2022 fans can buy Wimbledon Tickets from our website.

Defending Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic was banned from the Australian Open
Defending Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic was banned from the Australian Open

Novak Djokovic’s returned to action this month as part of the clay-court season ahead of the French Open which starts next month. It appears that unvaccinated players will be allowed to play as well.

Despite the missed time, Djokovic remains the world’s No. 1 player in the ATP rankings and is considered a top contender to win both the French Open and Wimbledon.

Last year, Novak Djokovic’s won his first three Grand Slam titles. Before losing to Daniel Medvedev in the US Open final.

With 20 Grand Slam singles titles. The Serbian star is on par with Roger Federer for second behind Rafael Nadal’s 21 all-time singles titles.

Nadal will undoubtedly be Novak Djokovic’s top player at the French Open. But Novak Djokovic sees him as a favourite at Wimbledon.

Noel is a six-time Wimbledon champion and technical three-time defending champion, with wins in 2018, 2019, and 2021. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Wimbledon was not held in 2020.

This summer, Novak Djokovic’s expected to become the first man to win four consecutive Wimbledon titles. Since Roger Federer won five in a row from 2003 to 2007.

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