World Rankings

Greg Rudeski, the winner of the CA Trophy in Vienna last week, moves up to No 6 in the world rankings and beaten finalist, Nicolas Kiefer, moves into the top ten in place of Tim Henman who drops from No 9 to 11.

Greg Rudeski, the winner of the CA Trophy in Vienna last week, moves up to No 6 in the world rankings and beaten finalist, Nicolas Kiefer, moves into the top ten in place of Tim Henman who drops from No 9 to 11.

1 Andre Agassi (US) 4339 points 2 Yevgeny Kafelnikov (Rus) 3842, 3 Pete Sampras (US) 3209, 4 Todd Martin (US) 2812 5 Gustavo Kuerten (Bra) 2497 6 Greg Rusedski (GB) 2409 7 Marcelo Rios (Chile) 2369 8 Nicolas Kiefer (Ger) 2322 9 Richard Krajicek (Neth) 2313 10 Alex Corretja (Sp) 2137 11 Tom Henman (GB) 2137 12 Tommy Haas (Ger) 2069 13 Pat Rafter (Aus) 1875 14 Nicolas Lapentti (Ecu) 1866 15 Carlos Moya (Sp) 1765 16 Thomas Enqvist (Swe) 1762 17 Cedric Pioline (Fr) 1730 18 Karol Kucera (Slovak) 1653 19 Magnus Norman (Swe) 1621 20 Felix Mantilla (Sp) 1536

WTA top 20 World Rankings

After reaching the final of the Swisscom challenge last week, Martina Hingis extends her lead over Lindsay Davenport, who could not defend her title in Zurich, because of injury. Venus Williams, who won the title remains at No 3, but has narrowed the gap on Davenport.

1 Martina Hingis (Swit) 6,804 points 2 Lindsay Davenport (US) 4,412 3 Venus Williams (US) 4,136 4 Serena Williams (US) 3,021 5 Monica Seles (US) 2,880 6 Mary Pierce (Fr) 2,873 7 Amanda Coetzer (SA) 1,919 8 Barbara Schett (Aut) 1,907 9 Julie Halard-Decugis (Fr) 1,900 10 Nathalie Tauziat (Fr) 1,771 11 Amelie Mauresmo (Fr) 1,648 12 Dominique Van Roost (Bel) 1,594 13 Conchita Martinez (Sp) 1,548 14 Sandrine Testud (Fr) 1,520 15 Anna Kournikova (Rus) 1,513 16 Elena Likhovtseva (Rus) 1,474 17 Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (Sp) 1,435 18 Jana Novotna (Cz Rep) 1,421 19 Anke Huber (Ger) 1,354 20 Amy Frazier (US) 1,306.

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