The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) and the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) published updated versions of rankings of the world best players, the KTF Press Service reports.
Having reached the Australian Open doubles final, Anna Danilina soared to the 25th line. In singles, Elena Rybakina remained in the 12th position, Yuliya Putintseva was still the 42nd, and Zarina Diyas was the 118th.
In men, No.1 in Kazakhstan, Alexander Bublik, improved his position by two points compared to the previous ranking, and now he is the 35th. Mikhail Kukushkin progressed too, he is now World No. 166, Dmitry Popko remained in the 180th position, Timofey Skatov rose by 17 lines and is in the 236th line. Denis Yevseyev also improved his ranking: thanks to his successful performance at the tournament in Lithuania, a native of Almaty moved up by 42 points and occupies the 351st line. Beibit Zhukayev is in the 696th position.
In doubles, Andrey Golubev is World No. 30, and Aleksandr Nedovyesov is No. 67.