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David Goffin holds on the unchanged ATP ranking, also Elise Mertens does not move in the women

70204d5f686c967c11e8178fc8646688 - David Goffin holds on the unchanged ATP ranking, also Elise Mertens does not move in the women

There are moves Monday hardly anything on the new world ranking in the mannentennis. Because there last week with no ATP tournaments on the calendar were, everything remains with the old. So is David Goffin still number 21.

The Serbian Novak Djokovic leads the state with 11.070 points. He has a comfortable margin on the Spaniard Rafael Nadal (8.725 points). The German Alexander Zverev (6.040 pts) follows as a third to more than 5,000 points. The top five is completed by the Swiss Roger Federer (5.590 pts) and the Austrian Dominic Thiem (4.765 pts).

Ruben Bemelmans remains the second spot on Belgian on place 163 (+1). Behind him Arthur De Greef (176, -2), Kimmer Coppejans (196, -1) and Steve Darcis (250, +1).

Mertens remains number 17 of the world

Elise Mertens reserves Monday the seventeenth place in the new WTA rankings. The Limburg was last week at the tournament of Charleston immediately turned off by the modest Estonian Kaia Kanepi, but it does so there’s no price to pay for it.

In the dubbelranking everything stays also in the old for the 23-year-old Mertens. Therein, she is still on number six.

At the top of the standings, there are neither shifts. The Japanese Naomi Osaka performs the ranking for the Romanian Simona Halep and Czech Petra Kvitova and Karolina Pliskova. The German Angelique Kerber remains fifth.

A little lower in the booth throws the American Madison Keys, thanks to her victory on the clay in Charleston place 18 to 14. The Spanish Garbine Muguruza extended her title on the hard courts in Monterrey and remains nineteenth.

Alison Van Uytvanck reserves the 52nd place, Kirsten Flipkens three banks ahead and 55th.

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