Novak Djokovic of Serbia seems to have the number one place in men.
American Serena Williams dropped out of the top ten on the tennis WTA list on Monday.
New WTA and ATP rankings came out on Monday, with Williams swinging down eight places to 16th.
Williams, 39, played in the Wimbledon final two years ago but had to give up this year in the first round. When the former points from the final match disappeared from the rankings, Williams dropped out of ten for the first time in more than two years.
The last time Williams was so down was in January 2019.
Australian Ashleigh Barty held the number one position in the world before Wimbledon and consolidated its position at the bow.
The final lost to the Czech Republic Karolina Pliškov had slipped outside ten before Wimbledon, but now bounced back to seventh.
Romanian Simona Halep won Wimbledon two years ago but was unable to defend his championship. It affected the ranking and he slipped from third place to nine. Halep has not played in races since early May.
Men The top spot on the ATP list seems to be nailed To Novak Djokovic, while a veteran Roger Federer is approaching threateningly out of ten. His new rankings are nine.