The Scot has maintained his spot in the recently released Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) World Rankings, according to reports.

The rankings released for the month of May see Murray lead the pack as expected ahead of Roland Garros. Novak Djokovic has to prove he is still in the game this month. The Serbian follows in second place ahead of Swiss star Stan Wawrinka.

Murray has 11,870 points far from Djokovic’s 8,085 points. Wawrinka has 5695, and he is slightly ahead of his compatriot Roger Federer who has 5125 points.

Spaniard RafaNadal makes the top five after securing his 10th Barcelona Open title on Sunday. He has 4735 points and makes it ahead of Milos Raonic with 4165. The Japanese Kei Nishikori has ten points above the 4000 mark.

Croatian Marin Cilic has 3565 points to place eighth while DoninicThiem who reached the final in Barcelona follows closely. David Goffin who saw off Djokovic recently makes the top ten in the ATP rankings with 2975 points.

In the WTA, Serena Williams is expected to retain her spot. The American would lose it soon enough as she goes on maternity leave. Angelique Kerber has not been consistent, posting a poor run in Stuttgart. Karolina Pliskova might be the new No. 1 when Williams exits. Before the clay court season ends, with decent achievements, she could be up for it.

SimonaHalep did well at Stuttgart. With her history in the clay court she could rank higher than her fifth spot not too far long. Maria Sharapova is still jumping in leaps as she returns from her hiatus but time would tell.