Tennis ranking Novak Djokovic won the first position



Tennis ranking, Novak Djokovic won the first position

Paris (APP): In the latest world ranking of tennis released by the International Tennis Federation, Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic, the famous tennis star of Serbia, climbed four places and won the first position once again in men’s singles events. In the women’s singles competition, Iga Swietek of Poland remains at the number one position. Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal dropped four places from second to sixth.

Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz has dropped one place to second place, while Australian Open tennis runner-up Stefanos has moved up one place from fourth to third place. In the women’s singles events, Australian Open champion Aria Na Sebalinka of Belarus moved up three places after winning a Grand Slam to second place, while Ones Jabir, Jessica Pegula and Caroline Garcia dropped one place each. In the men’s ranking released by the ITF, Serbian star Novak Djokovic, the Australian Open tennis champion, has snatched the first position from the Spanish tennis player Carlos Alcaraz. Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz has moved down to second place, Australian Open men’s singles runner-up Stefanos of Greece has moved up one place to third, Norway’s Casper Rudd has moved down one place from third to fourth. Russian tennis player Andrei Rublev moved up one place to fifth, while Spanish tennis star and 22nd Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal dropped four places from second to sixth. Canadian player Felix Agar remains in seventh place. American Taylor Fritz, Denmark’s Holger, Poland’s Herbert Harkaz and Britain’s Cameron Norrie have moved up one place to eighth, ninth, tenth and eleventh respectively. American Tommy Paul has improved by 16 places and has reached the 19th position. On the other hand, in women’s singles, Poland’s Iga Swietek is still on the first place, while the winner of the Australian Open tennis women’s singles competition, Ariana Sabalenka of Belarus, has moved up three places and reached the second place. Caroline Garcia has dropped one place to third, fourth and fifth respectively. American Ko Goff rose one place to sixth place, Greek tennis player Maria Skari dropped one place to seventh place, Russia’s Daria Kasatkina remained at eighth place, Belinda Bankak rose one place to ninth place. While Kazakhstan’s Elina Rybakina has reached the tenth position by advancing 15 places. Poland’s Magda Linnet has also made a long jump and has moved up 23 places to 22nd.

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