Hungarian Népszava Light Sports Day: Awareness is very important

Hungarian Népszava Light Sports Day: Awareness is very important

In the third and fourth places, there was an exchange between men, and three places between Marton Vosovic and Attila Palaz worsened. Women’s Australian Open champion Osaka Naomi came third from third and Timos Papus 105th.

Novak Djokovic, the Serbian who won the Australian Open for the ninth time, confidently is at the top of the world rankings for male tennis players, but substituted for the third and fourth places: Russian Daniel Medvedev, who reached the Melbourne Finals, overtook Dominic Thiem in Austria. Second place is still a 20-time Grand Slam winner Rafael Nadali. The best Hungarian, Marton Voxovic, reached the third round in Melbourne at 58th, while Attila Ballaz, who was bidding on the first round from the main table at the Australian Open, was 97th in the last standings on Monday. They both messed up three places. In the list of top 100 players, Aslan Karasev made the biggest jump, but no wonder, after starting from the qualifiers, he came to surprise the semi-finals in Australia and was stopped by only the final winner Djokovic. The 27-year-old Russian rose from 114th to 42nd.

Men’s World Tennis Ranking (based on the ATP website, latest ranking in parentheses):

1. (1.) Novak Djokovic (Serbian) 12,030 points 2. (2.) Rafael Nadal (Spain) 9850 3. (4.) Daniel Medvedev (Russian) 9735 4. (3.) Dominic Thiem (Austrian) 9125 5 (5.) Roger Federer (Swiss) 6630 6. (6.) Stefanos Sebas (Greek) 6595 7. (7.) Alexander Zverev (German) 5615 8. (8.) Andrei Rubliov (Russian) 4609 9. (9) Diego Schwartzman (Argentina) 3480 10. (10.) Matteo Perettini (Italian) 3480 11. (12.) Denis Shapovalov (Canada) 2910 12. (11.) Gael Monfils (French) 2860 13. (13). (Roberto Bautista Agut (Spanish) 2710 14. (14.) Milos Raonic (Canadian) 2630 15. (15.) David Goffin (Belgian) 2600 … 58. (55) Martin Fosofix 1072 … 97. (94) Attila Palazz 784

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Osaka came second

The new Australian Open champion, Osaka Naomi, came third from third in the world ranking of women’s tennis players, and the best Hungarian remains Timia Papus, who is ranked 105. The Japanese player beat American Jennifer Brady smoothly in two sets in the final on Saturday. In Melbourne, which can feel comfortable in the fact that she’s already close to the top ten after her impressive performance, advancing from 24th to 13th, she was defeated in the semi-finals by the final winner, so Grand Slam champion Serena Williams continued 23 times. Four positions, which are currently seventh. There are still four Hungarian tennis players in the first three hundred, among them Papus the best, who improved nine places, but fell from fourth to sixth in the doubles list, after his colleague Christina Mildanovic from France failed to start as a defending champion in Australia.

World Women’s Tennis Ranking (based on the WTA website, latest ranking in parentheses):

1. (1.) Ashley Party (Australia) 9186 points 2. (3.) Osaka Naomi (Japan) 7835 3. (2.) Simona Halep (Romania) 7255 4. (4.) Sophia Kenin (USA) 5760 5 (5.) Jelena Svitolina (Ukrainian) 5370 6. (6.) Karolina Pliskova (Czech) 5205 7. (11.) Serena Williams (American) 4915 8. (7.) Arena Zabalenka (Belarus) 4810 9.) 9).) Bianca Andreescu (Canadian) 4735 10. (8.) Petra Kvitova (Czech) 4571 11. (10.) Kiki Bertens (Dutch) 4505 12. (12.) Belinda Bensic (Swiss) (4010 13.) 24 (Jennifer Brady) (American) 3765 14. (13.) Viktorija Azarenka (Belarus) 3535 15. (14.) Garbine Muguruza (Spanish) 3320 … 105. (114) Papus Timia 760 … 215. (208) Jani Rica, 322 … 234. (225) Galvi Delma 297 … 244. (253) Anna Bondar 278

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