Rafael Nadal's French Open success meant there was no change in the world's top four.
Had Nadal lost to Novak Djokovic at Roland Garros, the world number two would have slipped to third place in the ATP rankings behind Roger Federer.
As it was though, the Spaniard won the final in four sets to claim his seventh French Open crown and keep his number two ranking.
Djokovic remains at the summit with Roger Federer still third.
Briton Andy Murray stays fourth following his quarter-final defeat to David Ferrer in Paris.
The only change in the world's top 10 sees Mardy Fish, who did not play the French Open due to a recent heart scare, replaced in 10th spot by fellow American John Isner.
Monday's rankings will be used by the International Tennis Federation to help determine the field for the Olympics, an event Fish has said he will skip.
Fifty-six players will gain direct entry and the cut-off point currently looks to be around the 69 mark.
No country is allowed to field more than four players in the singles and with Spain the strongest male tennis nation, having four players in the top 16, world number 17 Feliciano Lopez will miss out.
Likewise, France have four players in the top 20, meaning world number 28
Julien Benneteau will be unable to play.
The full field for the tournament, to be held at Wimbledon, will be announced by the ITF on June 28.