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Patna : Rafael Nadal, 32, Spain, Roger Federer, 36, Switzerland, Alexander Zverev, 21, Germany, Juan Martin del Porto, 29, Argentina, remain World No 1, 2, 3, and 4 respectively  in the ATP rankings released on August 6, 2018. Nadal has 9,310 points while Federer has 7,080 points. Zverev has 5,665 points while del Porto has 5,455 points.

Winner of 13 Grand Slam titles Novak Djokovic, 31, Serbia, is ranked 10th with 3,355 points. Grigor Dimitrov, 27, Bulgaria, is 5th jumping one place with 4,610 points while Kevin Anderson, 32, South Africa, has slipped one place to be ranked 6th with 4,355 points. Marin Cilic, 29, Croatia, is 7th with 3,905 points while Dominic Thiem, 24, Austria, is 8th 3,665 points. John Isner, 33, USA, is 9th with 3,490 points.

Winner of three Grand Slam titles including two Wimbledon singles title Andy Murray, 31, UK, who is making a comeback after injury lay off, has jumped 457 places to ranked 375 in the ATP rankings with 110 points. Murray, winner of 45 ATP titles, had won Wimbledon titles in 2013 and 2016, and US Open title in 2012 besides reaching Australian Open final five times and French Open final once.

Alex de Minaur, 19, Australia, has jumped 27 places to be ranked 45th in the latest ATP rankings with 1,043 points after reaching ATP Washington Open final while Martin Klizan, 29, Slovakia, has jumped 35 places to be ranked 77 with 753 points. Denis Istomin, 31, Uzbekistan, has jumped 20 places to be ranked 75th with 759 points.

India’s top tennis player Yuki Bhambri, 26, has dropped 13 places to be ranked 99th with 582 points while Ramkumar Ramnathan, 23, India, dropped 6 places to be ranked 117th with 483 points. But, Prajnesh Gunneswaran, 28, India, has jumped 6 places to be ranked 171 in the rankings with 332 points. Sumit Nagal, 20, India, has dropped 28 places to be ranked 299th with 161 points. Sakesth Myneni, 30, India, has jumped 12 places to be ranked 330 with 140 points.

Stefanos Tsitsipas, 19, Greece, has jumped 5 places to be ranked 27th in the ATP rankings with 1,534 points. Andrey Rublev, 20, Russia, has jumped 9 places to be ranked 37th with 1,180 points.


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