A status of new darling, and the biggest progression of the week at ATP… Hugo Gaston did well to come to the Masters 1000 in Paris. The French, astonishing winner of Alcaraz before falling with the honors against Medvedev in the quarter-finals, gained 36 places in the world rankings published on Monday, to reach the 67th place. A new peak in the career of the 21-year-old Toulousain.
New record for Djoko
Among the other French, Arthur Rinderknech, selected for the Davis Cup, also achieved his best career ranking by gaining two places, at 60th in the world. The French number 1 remains Gaël Monfils, who gains one place, in 21st position, while Ugo Humbert is down six places, in 35th place.
In the remains of the world, Novak Djokovic, winner on Sunday for the sixth time at Bercy, made sure to finish the season at the top of the world hierarchy for the seventh time in his career, a record that allows him to overtake the American Pete Sampras. Behind him, his opponent in the final Daniil Medvedev confirmed his rank as runner-up, while Alexander Zverev joined Stefanos Tsisitpas in 3rd place.