Sharapova Takes 2nd Position in the WTA Ranking.No Change in Top 10 Male

Sharapova Takes 2nd Position in the WTA Ranking.No Change in Top 10 Male-list

Maria Sharapova has dropped in the quarter-final of the WTA Paris last week. Still, it was enough to unseat the Czech Petra Kvitova and assume the leadership of Vice-ranking females.Among men, only changes in the top 20.

The muse Russian was eliminated from the tournament by the French German Angelique Kerber, who closed the match with double 6/4 in 1h30m.The result, however, was enough for Sharapova to reach 7680 points, surpassing the Czech Petra Kvitova in second place in the WTA ranking. The Belarusian Victoria Azarenka goes on top with 8585 points. The best Brazilian Vaisemberg Roxane is in 296 th place (178).

In males, the week was marked by the beginning of the Davis Cup. The top 10 went untouched, but the top 20 has undergone some changes. The American Josh Isner, who beat Roger Federer in the confrontation between the U.S. and Switzerland, climbed three positions. With 1940 points, now appears in 14. His compatriot, Andy Roddick also improved on the table. He went from 19th to 17th with 1745 points.

The following Serbian Novak Djokovic in the leadership ranks, with 13,630 points, followed by Spain’s Rafael Nadal (10,435) and the Swiss Roger Federer (8010). Among the Brazilian Thomaz Bellucci is still the best placed in 38 (1020). John Souza, beans, rose one place and appears in 97th (552). Meanwhile, Ricardo Mello left the top 100. He fell 23 positions and the number is 123 (451). Rogerio Silva becomes the third best Brazilian in 109 (503).

Check out the top 10 WTA:

1. Victoria Azarenka (Belarus) 8585 points 
2. Maria Sharapova (Russia), 7680 
3. Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic), 7320 
4. Caroline Wozniacki (Denmark), 7085 
5. Samantha Stosur (Australia), 5430 
6. Agnieszka Radwanska (Poland), 5330 
7. Bartoli Marion (France), 4890 
8. Vera Zvonareva (Russia), 4690 
9. Na Li (China) 4450 
10. Andrea Petkovic (Germany) 3950

Check out the top 10 ATP rankings:

1. Novak Djokovic (Serbia), 13,630 points 
2. Rafael Nadal (Spain) 10 435 
3. Roger Federer (Switzerland), 8010 
4. Andy Murray (Britain), 7150 
5. David Ferrer (Spain), 4565 
6. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (France), 4375 
7. Tomas Berdych (Czech Republic), 3815 
8. Mardy Fish (USA), 3005 
9. Janko Tipsarevic (Serbia), 2770 
10. Del Potro (Argentina), 2585

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