After defeat to Britain’s Kyle Edmund in the Madrid Open, Novak Djokovic is set to fall to his lowest world ranking since 2006, according to the Daily Express.

The 12-time Grand Slam champion has not made the quarter-finals in any of his six events in 2018, losing half of his 12 games this year.

Djokovic, the former world number one, is set to fall to world number 18 when the standings update on Monday, his lowest ranking since October 2006.

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The Serb has not been outside of the top 15 since January 2007, meaning Djokovic is set for a tough draw in the upcoming French Open.

It is better news for Edmund however, with the British number one set to reach a career high ranking of 19, level on the same points as Djokovic on 1905.

Djokovic is set to take part in the Italian Open next week, with his first round match against Alexander Dolgopolov scheduled for Monday.