Latest ATP rankings is out and there is not much changes in the Men’s singles section where as there are couple of changes in the WTA ratings. 

Novak Djokovic maintains his number 1 ranking by successfully defending his Wimbledon title and is at the top with huge margin of 13,825 points in the 18 tournaments he played. Roger Federer, retains his number 2 ranking by reaching the Wimbledon finals once again with 9,665 points in the 19 tournaments he played.

The Brit, Andy Murray is at 3rd place with 7,810 points and he has played 22 tournaments so far in 2015. Stanislas Wawrinka who broke to top-4 after the French Open triumph retains his place with 5,790 points. Kei Nishikori maintains his number 5 ranking with 5,525 points despite withdrawing from Wimbledon very early. 

Let’s look at the top 10 players in the ATP rankings – 

1. Novak Djokovic – 13,825

2. Roger Federer – 9,665

3. Andy Murray – 7,810

4. Stanislas Wawrinka – 5,790

5. Kei Nishikori- 5,525

6. Tomas Berdych – 5,140

7. David Ferrer – 4,445

8. Milos Raonic  – 3,810

9. Marin Cilic – 3,540

10. Rafael Nadal – 3,000

In the WTA rankings there are a couple of changes with Petra Kvitova losing three spots to number 5 in the world and Garbine Muguruza rose 11 spots to number 9 after her best result featuring in the Wimbledon finals. Serena maintains her top spot with 13,161 points and is eyeing for a calendar slam.

Maria Sharapova rose two spots to number 2 from 4th with 6,490 points after her semi-final exit against Serena Williams. Simona Halep is ranked number 3 with 5,151 despite her early loss at the Wimbledon. Caroline Wozniacki is ranked no 4 with 5,000 points.

Let’s look at the top 10 players in the WTA Rankings –

1. Serena Williams – 13,161

2. Maria Sharapova – 6,490

3. Simona Halep – 5,151

4. Caroline Wozniacki – 5,000

5. Petra Kvitova – 5,000

6. Ana Ivanovic – 3,835

7. Agnieszka Radwanska – 3,560

8. Lucie Safarova – 3,515

9. Garbine Muguruza – 3,365

10. Carla Navarro Suarez – 3,285 

India’s Sania Mirza still remains as the World number 1 in Women’s Doubles Rankings.