Agassi stays at the top, but Henman's back in the top ten

Men's top twenty rankings

British number two Tim Henman returns to the top 10 following his one-week absence last week.

British number two Tim Henman returns to the top 10 following his one-week absence last week.

Henman moves back into the game's elite by default having not competed last week however both he and British number one Greg Rusedski compete in this week's Eurocard Open in Stuttgart.

Both players receive first round byes in the £1.4million tournament. With the exception of the injured Pete Sampras all of the top 10 men compete for the £225000 winners' cheque

Top 20 ATP World rankings: (last weeks positions in brackets)

1 (1) A Agassi (US) 4144pts 2 (2) Y Kafelnikov (Rus) 3842 3 (3) P Sampras (US) 3141 4 (4) T Martin (US) 2812 5 (5) G Kuerten (Br) 2537 6 (6) G Rusedski (GB) 2409 7 (8) N Kiefer (Ger) 2322 8 (9) R Krajicek (Neth) 2313 9 (7) M Rios (Chile) 2298 10 (11) T Henman (GB) 2137 11 (14) N Lapentti (Ecu) 2113 12 (10) A Corretja (Sp) 1926 13 (12) T Haas (Ger) 1903 14 (13) P Rafter (Aus) 1833 15 (15) C Moya (Sp) 1765 16 (17) C Pioline (Fr) 1727 17 (18) K Kucera (Slovak) 1653 18 (16) T Enqvist (Swe) 1645 19 (22) V Spadea (US) 1629 20 (19) M Norman (Swe) 1615.

Other British Rankings:

195 (189) J Delgado 219 269 (283) M Lee 137 276 (288) A Parmar 134 322 (324) B Cowan 112 348 (349) L Milligan 103 377 (376) C Wilkinson 88 424 (409) M Maclagan 69 449 (407) D Sapsford 60 485 (485) J Layne 51 487 (497) T Spinks 51 559 (561) A Mackin 39 622 (634) M Hilton 29 703 (700) C Bennett 20 720 (727) B Fulcher 19

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