In all, there were eight changes in the top 10 Monday, a day after Djokovic beat Federer in five sets for his second championship at the All England Club.
Djokovic was last ranked No. 1 nine months ago. This is his 102nd week atop the rankings overall, the eighth-most in history.
Andy Murray dropped five spots to No. 10 by losing in the quarterfinals a year after winning Wimbledon.
Federer, who was bidding for a record eighth title at the grass-court major tournament, swapped places with Swiss countryman Stan Wawrinka, who slid to No. 4.
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