Swiss tennis professional and seventeen time men’s singles Grand Slam champion Roger Federer regained the No.2 spot in men’s singles tennis rankings, according to the new list released by ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) on Monday.

Switzerland’s Roger Federer beat Novak Djokovic of Serbia with 7-6 (7/1), 6-3 in the final of Cincinnati Masters on Sunday.

It was Roger’s seventh title of Cincinnati Masters.

Federer from the No.3 spot regained the No.2 spot after lifting the title.

Swiss ace Roger Federer push down Scottish Andy Murray to third position by defeating Serbian Novak Djokovic and also he will be seeded second at next week's US Open in New York.

Novak Djokovic continues to lead ATP men’s singles rankings.

The current ATP men’s singles rankings:

1. Novak Djokovic of Serbia (14,865 points)

2. Roger Federer of Switzerland (9,065 points)

3. Andy Murray of Scotland (8,840 points)

4. Kei Nishikori of Japan (6,205 points)

5. Stan Wawrinka of Switzerland (5,710 points)

6. Tomas Berdych of Czech Republic (5,230 points)

7. David Ferrer of Spain (3,695 points)

8. Rafael Nadal of Spain (3,680 points)

9. Marin Cilic of Croatia (3,550 points)

10. Milos Raonic of Canada (2,880 points)