Medvedev officially crowned as ATP's 27th world number one
Daniil Medvedev was already sure of his spot at the top of the ATP rankings, with that progression becoming official on Monday.
Daniil Medvedev has officially been crowned as the ATP's new world number one. The Russian, who claimed his first grand slam title at the US Open last year and reached this year's Australian Open final, only to lose to Rafael Nadal, has been sure of his place at the top of the rankings since Novak Djokovic's shock defeat to Jiri Vesely in the Dubai Tennis Championships last week.
Medvedev was aiming to cap off a sensational week by claiming victory at the Mexican Open, but the 26-year-old lost to eventual champion Nadal in the semi-finals in Acapulco.
Here, Stats Perform looks at the numbers behind Medvedev's rise to number one.
1 - Medvedev is the first player outside of the "big four" of Djokovic, Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray to be crowned number one since Andy Roddick, way back on February 1, 2004 (18 years, three weeks and six days).
198 - At 198cm in height, Medvedev is the tallest player to be crowned world number one.
13 - Medvedev has won 13 Tour-level titles so far.
27 - He is the 27th different ATP world number one. The first was Ilie Nastase, in August 1973.
3 - Medvedev is the third Russian player to reach the top of the ATP rankings, after Yevgeny Kafelnikov (May 1999) and Marat Safin (November 2000).
6 - At 26, Medvedev is the sixth-oldest player to become world number one for the first time in their career.
361 - Djokovic has held the number one spot for 361 weeks in total – a record. It had been 86 weeks since the Serbian was last not at the top of the pile.