The ATP ranking published on Monday offers no change in the Top 10. Gaël Monfils loses two places (18th) while Andy Murray returns to the world top 100 (95th). The new ATP ranking unveiled on Monday remains unchanged at the level of a top 10 still dominated by the Serbian Novak Djokovic (10,875 points) ahead of the Russian Daniil Medvedev (9,635) and the German Alexander Zverev (7,865). Recent winner of the Australian Open, Rafael Nadal is in 5th place (6,875). The status quo of this ranking is also explained by the calendar because the points for the 2021 edition of the Australian Grand Slam will not be removed from the ranking until February 21 (the event was played a little later than usual). ). read also ATP Ranking The big news is the return of Andy Murray (34) to the top 100 ranked players. The Scot climbs seven places and now occupies the 95th place. He had disappeared from the Top 100 since July 2018… and could come out of it soon after announcing that he was going to skip the clay court season in order to arrive in the best possible shape at Wimbledon ( June 27 to July 10). On the French side, Gaël Monfils gives up two places and passes 18th. Ugo Humbert fell back one place (41st). Benoît Paire (50th) and Adrian Mannarino (57th) are gaining ground. Behind, there are four other French – Arthur Rinderknech (60th), Benjamin Bonzi (68th), Hugo Gaston (69th) and Richard Gasquet (77th) – in the top 100.