After entering the top 100 at the start of the season after his victory at the Quimper Challenger, Sebastian Korda entered the top 50 this week thanks to his first ATP title won on Saturday in Parma. Sixteenth in the race and second in the Next Gen standings, the American has had a lot to overcome this season and will arrive in confidence to defend his eighth of last year at Roland Garros. If he wins in the first round against Pedro Martinez on Monday, he could find Stefanos Tsitsipas in the second round.

Like Sebastian Korda, Novak Djokovic is taking advantage of his 250 points gained in Belgrade to distance himself a little more in the standings from his runner-up Daniil Medvedev. However, the Serbian could still lose his place as world number 1 at the end of Roland Garros, the Russian would have to reach the final and the Djoker would not reach the semi-finals. The Belgrade finalist, Alex Molcan gained 74 places to join the top 200 (181st) while Marco Cecchinato, finalist in Parma gained 21 places to find himself in 83rd place in the world. Tommy Paul (352nd), Yoshihito Nishioka (357th), Jaume Munar (872nd) and Norbert Gombos (681st) are also rewarded for their great week.

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