Latvian tennis player Ernests Gulbis has risen two places in the latest ATP rank and now occupies the 190th position, but Janiks Siners from Italy has returned to the top ten.
Siner rose by one place and ousted Felix Uže-Alasima from Canada.
The leader of the ATP rank is still Novak Djokovic, a Serb, followed by Danil Medvedev from Russia and Alexander Zverev from Germany.
The fourth in the ranking is currently the Greek Stefan Cicip, the fifth is the Russian athlete Andrei Rublov. Rafael Nadal, a Spaniard, is sixth, followed by Mateo Beretini from Italy, Kasper Rūds from Norway and Hubert Hurkač from Poland.
Latvia’s leading tennis players Alona Ostapenko and Anastasia Sevastova have maintained their positions in the new world ranking of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA).
As a week ago, Ostapenko is in 28th place and Sevastov in 70th place. Meanwhile, Latvia’s third rocket Daniela Vismane has lost seven places, currently occupying the 304th position.
The leader is still the Australian Ashley Bartti, followed by the Belarusian Arina Sabalenka, the Spanish Garvinje Mugurusa and the Czech Barbora Krejčikova with Karolina Plīškov.
Marija Sakari from Greece is still in sixth place, while Anete Kontaveita from Estonia is in seventh place, having reached her career record last week. The eighth is Paul Sposa, the Spaniard, the ninth is retained by Iga Schwiente from Poland, and the tenth is Onsa Zaber.