Croatian tennis player Mate Pavić still ranks first in the ATP doubles rankings, while in individual competitions, the best-ranked Croatian BornaĆorić ranks 26th.
Pavic returned to the top last week for the first time since July 2018, and now ranks first in the world with 9,010 points, second only to the second-ranked Colombian Robert Farah and better than the third-ranked Colombia (Fara’s partner Juan is more than 100 tall) Sebastian Cabal. Nikola Mektić (8160) still ranks fourth, and Ivan Dodig (6710) ranks ninth in the top ten.
Mektic and Pavic scored the most points this season with 3065 points, followed by Ivan Dodig and Slovak Philip Polasek (2780).
In individual competitions, the best Croatian tennis player was BornaĆorić (BornaĆorić), who rose one position and now ranks 26th with 1970 points. Marin Celic (MarinČilić) remained 43rd, while Ivo Karlovic (Ivo Karlovic) ranked 170th, an increase of one level. Borna Gojo still ranks 234th.
The top of the ATP ranking has not changed. It is led by Serbian Novak Djokovic, in Russia Danilo Medvedev, Spaniard Rafael Nadal, Austrian Dominic Tim, Greece Stefanos Tsipipa In front of…
In the new WTA rankings, the best Croatian tennis player Petra Martić (Petra Martić) remains 21st, and Australian Ashleigh Barty (Ashleigh Barty) still leads.
Petra Martić ranked 21st with 2790 points. Donna Vekić dropped two places and now ranks 31st with 2000 points, while Jana Fett has risen 6 places and is now 201st with 351 points. Ana Konjuh dropped from 240th to 242th, one step behind her was Tereza Mrdeža, who also dropped 2 places. Tena Lukas is now ranked 268, fourth from the bottom.
Australian Ashleigh Barty maintained the lead with 9285 points, followed by Naomi Osaka of Japan (7985) and Simona Halep of Romania (6965) in third place.