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World Tennis Rankings – 25th June 2018

Men’s Singles

Tennis Rankings

Rafael Nadal reclaimed his No.1 spot after Roger Federer lost the Halle Open Final to Borna Coric who jumped from 34th position to the 20th position in the Men’s Tennis Rankings.

Marin Cilic won Queens Championship against Novak Djokovic and broke into the Top 10 Men’s singles tennis rankings. Some of the other upgrades in ranks were of Roberto Bautista, Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios.

Rank Name Country Total Points
1 Rafael Nadal  Spain 8,770
2 Roger Federer  Switzerland 8,720
3 Alexander Zverev  Germany 5,755
4 Juan Martin Del Potro  Argentina 5,080
5 Marin Cilic  Croatia 5,060
6 Grigor Dimitrov  Bulgaria 4,780
7 Dominic Thiem  Austria 3,835
8 Kevin Anderson  South Africa 3,635
9 David Goffin  Belgium 3,110
10 John Isner  Usa 3,070
11 Diego Schwartzman  Argentina 2,435
12 Pablo Carreno Busta  Spain 2,145
13 Sam Querrey  Usa 2,130
14 Roberto Bautista Agut  Spain 2,120
15 Jack Sock  Usa 2,110
16 Fabio Fognini  Italy 2,030
17 Novak Djokovic  Serbia 1,965
18 Kyle Edmund  Great Britain 1,950
19 Nick Kyrgios  Australia 1,855
20 Lucas Pouille  France 1,835
21 Borna Coric  Croatia 1,745
22 Hyeon Chung  Korea 1,685
23 Tomas Berdych  Czech Republic 1,625
24 Adrian Mannarino  France 1,580
25 Philipp Kohlschreiber  Germany 1,575
26 Denis Shapovalov  Canada 1,553
27 Kei Nishikori  Japan 1,530
28 Filip Krajinovic  Serbia 1,489
29 Richard Gasquet  France 1,465
30 Damir Dzumhur  Bosnia 1,460

For Complete Ranking visit: http://www.atpworldtour.com/en/rankings

Men’s Doubles 

Tennis Rankings

Mate Pavic still holds the top rank in Men’s doubles tennis rankings followed by Oliver Marach and Lukasz Kubat who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively. John Peers and Henri Kontinen replaced the U.S pair of Bob and Mike to be at the 5th and 6th position respectively.

Rank Name Country Tournaments Total Points
1 Mate Pavic Croatia 28 8,240
2 Oliver Marach Austria 26 8,190
3 Lukasz Kubot Poland 24 6,980
4 Marcelo Melo Brazil 25 6,980
5 John Peers Australia 23 6,795
6 Henri Kontinen Finland 22 6,750
7 Bob Bryan USA 20 6,675
8 Mike Bryan USA 22 6,630
9 Nicolas Mahut France 16 5,690
10 Pierre-Hugues Herbert France 15 5,660
11 Jean-Julien Rojer Netherlands 27 4,910
12 Juan Sebastian Cabal Colombia 21 4,760
13 Jamie Murray Great Britain 22 4,530
14 Bruno Soares Brazil 23 4,530
15 Horia Tecau Romania 18 4,460
16 Robert Farah Colombia 16 4,195
17 Ivan Dodig Croatia 28 4,130
18 Nikola Mektic Croatia 31 3,920
19 Alexander Peya Austria 27 3,820
20 Marc Lopez Spain 27 3,755
21 Feliciano Lopez Spain 22 3,455
22 Marcel Granollers Spain 24 3,005
23 Michael Venus New Zealand 30 2,890
24 Rohan Bopanna India 25 2,870
25 Jack Sock USA 20 2,700
26 Edouard Roger-Vasselin France 26 2,680
27 Ben McLachlan Japan 34 2,644
28 Pablo Cuevas Uruguay 20 2,610
29 Rajeev Ram USA 28 2,550
30 Aisam-Ul Haq Qureshi Pakistan 32 2,100

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Women’s Singles

Simona Halep remains at the top of the Women’s singles rankings followed by Caroline Wozniacki and Garbine Muguruza who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively. Elise Mertens jumped 2 ranks to place herself in the Top 15 while Coco Vandeweghe and Ashleigh Barty experienced a downfall in their rank.

Rank Name Country Tournaments Total Points
1 Simona Halep Romania 18 7970
2 Caroline Wozniacki Denmark 21 6745
3 Garbiñe Muguruza Spain 23 6550
4 Sloane Stephens USA 18 5463
5 Elina Svitolina Ukraine 18 5250
6 Caroline Garcia France 23 4960
7 Karolina Pliskova Czech Republic 20 4685
8 Petra Kvitova Czech Republic 21 4610
9 Venus Williams USA 14 3971
10 Madison Keys USA 18 3536
11 Angelique Kerber Germany 21 3460
12 Jelena Ostapenko Latvia 21 3392
13 Julia Goerges Germany 23 3210
14 Daria Kasatkina Russia 24 3125
15 Elise Mertens Belgium 24 2635
16 Coco Vandeweghe USA 18 2603
17 Ashleigh Barty Australia 19 2390
18 Naomi Osaka Japan 22 2350
19 Magdalena Rybarikova Slovakia 23 2310
20 Kiki Bertens Netherlands 25 2090
21 Anastasija Sevastova Latvia 22 2005
22 Johanna Konta Great Britain 21 1996
23 Barbora Strycova Czech Republic 24 1955
24 Maria Sharapova France 14 1943
25 Daria Gavrilova Australia 23 1765
26 Carla Suárez Navarro Spain 23 1706
27 Anett Kontaveit Estonia 24 1656
28 Mihaela Buzarnescu Romania 33 1648
29 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Russia 25 1596
30 Shuai Zhang China 29 1545

 

Women’s Doubles

Elena Vesnina remains at the top of Women’s Doubles tennis rankings followed by Ekaterina Makarova and Latisha Chan who are placed at 2nd and 3rd respectively. Meanwhile, Barbora Krjcikova and Gabriela dabrowski upped their ranks by 2 positions replacing Ashleigh Barty and Hao-Ching Chan.

Rank Name Country Tournaments Total Points
1 Elena Vesnina Russia 14 8000
2 Ekaterina Makarova Russia 14 8000
3 Latisha Chan Chinese Taipei 22 7680
4 Timea Babos Hungary 19 7550
5 Andrea Sestini Hlavackova Czech Republic 24 6100
6 Katerina Siniakova Czech Republic 18 5665
7 Barbora Strycova Czech Republic 18 5220
8 Kristina Mladenovic France 14 5105
9 Barbora Krejcikova Czech Republic 20 4450
10 Gabriela Dabrowski Canada 24 4300
11 Ashleigh Barty Australia 17 4225
12 Hao-Ching Chan Chinese Taipei 22 4185
13 María José Martínez Sánchez Spain 23 4025
14 Andreja Klepac Slovenia 23 4025
15 Demi Schuurs Netherlands 24 3735
16 Anna-Lena Groenefeld Germany 22 3640
17 Yifan Xu China 21 3585
18 Monica Niculescu Romania 13 3547
19 Su-Wei Hsieh Chinese Taipei 17 3538
20 Kiki Bertens Netherlands 20 3465
21 Kveta Peschke Czech Republic 23 3420
22 Zhaoxuan Yang China 25 3235
23 Makoto Ninomiya Japan 26 3190
24 Shuai Peng China 12 3082
25 Johanna Larsson Sweden 16 2970
26 Elise Mertens Belgium 20 2670
27 Lucie Safarova Czech Republic 10 2636
28 Katarina Srebotnik Slovenia 26 2460
29 Sania Mirza India 8 2411
30 Nicole Melichar USA 30 2355

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