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There are four Hungarians in the women’s top 120, and there is no change in the men’s world tennis rankings

There are four Hungarians in the women’s top 120, and there is no change in the men’s world tennis rankings

There are still four Hungarian players in the top 120 of the women’s tennis world rankings, and the men’s Group A ranking and the Hungarians’ standings have not changed either.

In the list of women, among Hungarians, Anna Bondar ranks 77th, and is the best, followed by Dalma Galvi (83rd), Bana Udvardi (88th) and Jani Rica Luka (112th). Anna Bondar (77) was eliminated in qualifying for the Adelaide Championships, while Galfi was eliminated in the first round in the main draw of the Auckland Championships.

Pole Iga Swiatek continues to lead the WTA rankings by a wide margin.

Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz still leads the men’s first rankings for the new year, ahead of compatriot Rafael Nadal, winner of the 22-time Grand Slam tournament.

The highest-ranked Hungarian player, Marton Fukusovic, is 87th, among the other top 200 Hungarians, Zsombor Piros is 162nd, Fábián Marozsán is 173rd., and March starts in Nonthaburi, Thailand.

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

1. (1) Ega Swiatek (Poland) 11,085 points

2. (2) Ounce Al-Dhir (Tunisia) 5055

3. (3) Jessica Pegula (American) 4,691

4. (4.) Caroline Garcia (French) 4375

5- (5.) Arina Zapalenka (Belarus) 3925

6. (6.) Maria Zachary (Greek) 3871

7. (7) Coco Goff (American) 3646

8. (8.) Daria Kasatkina (Russian) 3435

9- (9) Veronika Kugermetova (Russian) 2795

10- Simona Halep (Romania) 2661

11. (11) Madison Keys (USA) 2417

12- (12) Belinda Bencic (Swiss) 2365

13- (13) Paola Badosa (Spain) 2363

14. (14.) Danielle Collins (American) 2287

(15.) Beatriz Haddad Maya (Brazil) 2215

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… 77. (77) Anna Bondar 756

… 83. (83) Dalma Galfi 715

… 88. (88) Udvardi Pana 693

… 112. (112.) Rica Jani 569

List of men’s tennis world rankings (based on ATP website, latest ranking in parentheses):

1. (1) Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) 6820 points

2. (2) Rafael Nadal (Spain) 6,020

3. (3.) Casper Road (Norway) 5820

4. (4) Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greek) 5550

5- (5) Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 4820

6. (6.) Felix Auger-Aliassime (Canadian) 4195

7. (7.) Daniil Medvedev (RUS) 4065

8- (8) Andrei Rublev (in Russian) 3930

9. (9) Taylor Fritz (USA) 3355

10- (10.) Hubert Hurkacz (Polish) 2905

11. (11.) Holger Rohn (Danish) 2888

12- (12) Alexander Zverev (Germany) 2700

13- (13) Pablo Carreno Busta (Spain) 2495

14. (14.) Cameron Norrie (UK) 2445

15. (15.) Yannick Sener (Italian) 2410

… 87. (98) Martin Vosovich 607

… 162. (162.) Pyrrhus Zsumbor 349

… 173. (173.) Fabian Marzan 328

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