Yuki and Somdev achieve career best rankings

Updated: 11 May 2009 11:21 IST

Riding on back-to-back ITF wins, Australian Open Boys' Champion Yuki Bhambri took a massive ranking jump to achieve his career-best singles ATP ranking.

New Delhi:

Riding on back-to-back ITF wins, Australian Open Boys' Champion Yuki Bhambri took a massive ranking jump to achieve his career-best singles ATP ranking of 664, gaining 175 positions.

Another promising player Somdev Devvarman continued to be India's numero uno player, who rose six rungs to be 140, his career-best ranking too.

Prakash Amritraj also gained three positions to be at 163.

In the doubles, Leander Paes (5) and Mahesh Bhupathi (9) hung on to their respective places while Rohan Bopanna improved two spots to get to 66.

In the women's rankings, Sania Mirza (92) continues to be in 90s.

Topics : Tennis Divij Sharan Yuki Bhambri
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