At the head of the ranks Djokovic and Wozniack, Cibulkova is 19.

LONDON. The final participation in German Hamburg was enough for Spaniard Nicolás Almagro to move from the 14th place to the end of the Top 10.

The Champion of the event, the Frenchman Gilles Simon, came from the 18th to the 11th position. The Atlanta title holder, American Mardy Fish, stayed at the 9th post – as the local trophy defender had fought for not losing points.

The Slovak unit remained Karol Beck in 100th position (last 98th place). Slovakia’s two-man Martin Klijan is on the 140th lap before Lukáš Lack (157th). Andrej Martin (190th) is in the second hundred, third is Pavel Červenák (235), Ivo Klec (242) and Marek Semjan (250.).

The quartet is the top position of the American twins Bob and Mike Bryanov.Michal Mertiňák is the best Slovak deblist player in the 24th place.

Filip Polášek, thanks to the penetration to the final in Hamburg, alongside Čech František Čermák, quite significantly jumped from the 41st to the 32nd post. Igor Zelenay moved from 68th to 61st place due to the title of the challenger in the Italian Orbetelle.

Even in this year’s debut list of specific pairs, they lead the Bryanovci. Poláška and Čermák already belong to the 19th place (formerly 28th position). Bahamas-Slovak tandem Mark Knowles – Mertiňák is in “Race” at 21st.place.

The head of the world rankings of WTA tennis players continues to be featured by Danish Caroline Wozniak before Belgian Kim Clijsters and Russian Vera Zvonarevova, the new champion from Baku.

Finalist in Azerbaijan Xenia Pervak ​​from Russia, trained by Vladimir Plátenik, moved from 55th to 51st position, so he must wait for the premiere penetration to the Top 50.

Slovakian unit Dominika Cibulková rose from 20th to 19th position thanks to the decline of German Julie Görges. Daniela Hantuchová stayed on the 21st floor. Magdaléne Rybáriková is 69th.

This year’s Race to the Sony Ericsson Championships leads Wozniak in front of Czech Petra Kvitova and Chinese Na Li.In addition, Russia’s Maria Sharapova, Belarus’s Viktoria Azarenko, France’s Marion Bartoli, Zvonarev and Clijsters would also play at the “WTA” WTA World Championship in Istanbul. Hantuchová is on the 19th place, Cibulkova ranked 22nd and Rybáriková 69th place.

The queens are headed by Czechs Květa Peschkeová and Slovinka Katarina Srebotniková. The third is Flavia Pennett of Italy. The Slovak debut unit Hantuchova is on the 32nd cross, Rybáriková is 63rd. WTA rankings in doubles at 25.July 2011:

1. (1.) Caroline Wozniacka (DEN) 9915 points, 2. (2.) Kim Clijsters (Belgium) 7625, 3. (3.) Vera Zvonarevová (Rus.) 6850, Viktoria Azarenková Biel.) 6465, 5. (5.) Maria Šarapovová (Rus.) 6141, 6 (6) Na Li (China) 5855, 7. (7.) Petra Kvitova (CZ) ) Francesca Schiavone (Tal.) 4860, 9. (9.) Marion Bartoli (Fr.) 4230, 10. (10.) Samantha Stosurova (Aus. , 12. (12.) Svetlana Kuznecovova (Rus) 3220, 13. (13.) Anastasia Pavliuchenkovova (Rus.) 2995, 14. (14.) Agnieszka Radwanská (Poland) Jankovičová (Srp.) 2775,…19. (20.) Dominika Cibulková 2455, 21. (21.) Daniela Hantuchová 2195, 69. (70.) Zuzana Kučová 592, 178. (187.) Kristína Kučová 326, 234. (243.) Lenka Juríková 248, 239. (238.) Lenka Wienerová 234, 284. (291.) Michaela Pochabová 176, 324. (324.) Zuzana Luknarova 157, 339. (344.) Zuzana Zlochová 146, 356. (345.) Michaela Hončová (all Slovakia) 132.ATP doubles at 25 July 2011:

1. (1.) Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 13 155 points, 2. (2.) Rafael Nadal (Spain) 11 270, 3. (3.) Roger Federer Murray (V.Brit.) 6855, 5 (5.) Robin Söderling (SWE) 4325, 6. (6.) David Ferrer (Spain) 4210, 7. (Gael Monfils 2695, 8. Tomas Berdych (Czech Republic) 2470, 9. (9.) Mardy Fish (USA) 2435, 10. (14.) Nicole Almagro (Spain) 2165, , 12. (10.) Andy Roddick (USA) 2110, 13. (11.) Richard Gasquet (Fr.) 2105, 14. (17.) Viktor Troicki (Sr.) 1970,…100. (98.) Karol Beck 537, 140. (140.) Martin Kližan 394, 157. (144.) Lukáš Lacko 334, 190. (178.) Andrej Martin 283, 235 . (232.) Pavol Červenák 210, 242. (236.) Ivo Klec 201, 250. (250.) Marek Semjan 194, 304. (303.) Miloslav Mečíř ml. (All SR) 151.