Wimbledon 2023: Who will leave London as the men’s world number 1?

Wimbledon 2023

As we move into the last two rounds of Wimbledon 2023, the semifinals and final, a big question arising is: who will be the world’s number one player after the conclusion of Wimbledon 2023? Will it be the top seed and current number 1, Carlos Alcaraz, or will it be the legend and number 2 seed, Novak Djokovic?

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The first semi-final match will be played between Novak Djokovic and Jannik Sinner, whereas Daniil Medvedev will be up against Carlos Alcaraz in the other semi-final match. These four players have been a treat to watch throughout the Grand Slam. They have faced some tough challenges in their path to this point but have emerged victorious every time.

The first three rounds were a cakewalk for the Serbian, Novak Djokovic. Although in the next two rounds he struggled a bit against Hubert Hurkacz and Andrey Rublev, he managed to show his skills and experience on the centre Court.

The eighth-seeded Italian, Jannik Sinner, has not dropped much sweat till now in this Grand Slam. He has just outplayed every opponent and played with so much calmness and composure. His talent speaks for itself, and he is going to be a tough challenge for Novak Djokovic in the first semifinal tomorrow.

Daniil Medvedev, who has not had a great year so far, has finally found some redemption and is in the semis of Wimbledon 2023. Medvedev’s road to the quarterfinals was easy, but in the quarterfinals he faced Christopher Eubanks, who almost registered an upset against the Russian. Medvedev eventually won the match in five sets, but it was a battle to watch out for.

The number-one seed Spaniard, who is filling some really big shoes, has not disappointed at all. Alcaraz has just been phenomenal in his run at Wimbledon 2023. He reached the semis of the French Open in 2023 too, and now he is in the final four here too. Carlos has faced some tough battles against Berrettini and Holger Rune, but his skills and talent have outshone everyone.

Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz seem to be the favourites to reach the final from here on, but we cannot rule out anybody in this sport as we might see a new winner this time around.