Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic is no longer the leader in the ATP list, since he has been replaced today by Swiss Roger Federer. The Serbian representative was in the first place for little over one year, i.e. since July 4 2011, when he took the position from Spanish player Rafael Nadal, who is now in the third place. By defeating Andy Murray in the final of Wimbledon, Federer reached the score of 11,075 points, so his lead over Djokovic is 75. Among other Serbian players, Viktor Troicki has moved up three positions, so now he holds the 31st place, while Janko Tipsarevic is still in the 8th. In women’s competition, Ana Ivanovic has progressed two places on the WTA list and now holds the 12th position, while Jelena Jankovic is in the 20th. Bojana Jovanovski has moved up as many as 24 positions, so she is currently in the 23rd place. Belarusian Victoria Azarenka is again the leading spot on the WTA list.