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Rankings as of 21st May 2018

Men’s Singles

After losing the Madrid Open Rafael Nadal had lost his number one place in Men’s Tennis rankings however, he managed to spring back to the top of the leaderboard after he beat Alexander Zverev to claim the Italian Open title 2018.

On the other hand, Marin Cilic also jumped up the rankings as he replaced Grigor Dimitrov to claim the 4th ranking in the table. David Goffin also got rewarded for his recent performances as he took the 9th position from John Isner who is now placed 10th in the rankings.

Rank Player Country Points
1 Rafael Nadal Spain 8770
2 Roger Federer Switzerland 8670
3 Alexander Zverev Germany 5615
4 Marin Cilic Croatia 4950
5 Grigor Dimitrov Bulgaria 4870
6 Juan Martin Del Potro Argentina 4450
7 Kevin Anderson South Africa 3635
8 Dominic Thiem Austria 3195
9 David Goffin Belgium 3020
10 John Isner United States Of America 2955

 

Men’s Double Tennis Rankings

Mate Pavic of Croatia has successfully managed to climb up 4 ranks and place himself at the top of the Men’s double rankings. He is currently playing the Geneva Open and if he manages to win it he might be able to retain this ranking.

Oliver Marach broke into the Top 5 as he replaced Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan who were sharing the 4th ranking and are now placed 5th in the table.

But, the most significant jump was made by Juan Sebastian Cabal as he jumped 7 ranks up to claim the 10th ranking in Men’s doubles rankings.

Rank Player Country Points
1 Mate Pavic Croatia 7080
2 Lukasz Kubot Poland 7050
3 Marcelo Melo Brazil 7050
4 Oliver Marach Austria 7010
5T Bob Bryan USA 6720
5T Mike Bryan USA 6720
7 John Peers Australia 6070
8 Henri Kontinen Finland 5980
9 Jean-Julien Rojer Netherland 5250
10 Juan Sebastian Cabal Colombia 5180
33 Aisam-Ul-Haq Paksitan 2120

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Women’s Singles Tennis Rankings

Simona Halep still holds the number one rank in Women’s tennis while Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark is closing in on her by winning her individual tennis matches.

No significant ranks were changed in the top 10 other than one which was of Jelena Ostapenko whose recent performance allowed her to break into the Top 5 of Women’s singles.

Rank Player Country Points
1 Simona Halep Romania 7270
2 Caroline Wozniacki Denmark 6935
3 Garbiñe Muguruza Spain 6010
4 Elina Svitolina Ukraine 5505
5 Jelena Ostapenko Latvia 5382
6 Karolina Pliskova Czech Republic 5335
7 Caroline Garcia France 5170
8 Petra Kvitova Czech Republic 4550
9 Venus Williams USA 4201
10 Sloane Stephens USA 4164

 

Women’s Double Tennis Rankings

The Czech Republic Women have dominated the top 10 rankings as 5 of their players are ranked from 5 to 10.

On the other hand, Latisha Chan who is ranked number 1 in the Women’s double rankings might start worrying as Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina are only 6 points from taking the 1st position in these rankings.

Rank Player Country Points
1 Latisha Chan Chinese Taipei 8245
2 Ekaterina Makarova Russia 8240
2 Elena Vesnina Russia 8240
4 Timea Babos Hungary 7080
5 Ashleigh Barty Australia 5770
6 Andrea Sestini Hlavackova Czech Republic 5560
7 Barbora Strycova Czech Republic 4540
8 Kristina Mladenovic Czech Republic 4446
9 Lucie Safarova Czech Republic 4426
10 Katerina Siniakova Czech Republic 4380

 

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