Rafael Nadal will replace Andy Murray at the top spot if he reaches the summit clash at the All England Club.
Johannesburg: British tennis ace Andy Murray has retained his numero uno spot in the latest ATP Rankings released, on Monday.
Meanwhile, 15-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal, fresh from his Roland Garros triumph, is at number two. Germany's Stanislas Wawrinka holds on to third place ahead of Novak Djokovic, winner of the pre-Wimbledon tournament at Eastbourne.
Murray will remain No. 1 if he reaches his fourth Wimbledon final. Whereas Nadal will replace him at the top spot if he reaches the summit clash at the All England Club.
Wawrinka can earn his first number one spot if he wins his first Wimbledon title, whereas Djokovic will return to the top spot by winning his fourth Wimbledon title, but only if both Murray and Nadal lose before the semi-finals.