Leander Paes ranks 7th with 75th ranking
Shashi Kumar Mukund jumped 22 places, reached number 271
new Delhi. India's top singles player Prajnesh Guneshwaran joined the Top 100 for the first time in the World Rankings. Prasenesh reached the semi-finals of the Chennai Open ATP Challenger tennis tournament while performing brilliantly. Here he was defeated by Andrew Harris of Australia. With this performance he got the advantage of 6 places and he reached 103th rank from 97th to 97th. Pranjesh reached the main draw after winning this year's Grand Slam Australian Open in three qualifying round matches and lost in the first round.
4 places lost to Yuki Bhambri
Davis Cup player Ramkumar Ramanathan has reached the 128th spot with 5th place improvement, while Yuki Bhambri has dropped four places to 156th.
Shashi Kumar Mukund, who reached the semi-finals of the Chennai Open, has jumped 22 places. He has reached number 271. Saketh Myneni has also improved five places. He has come to number 255.
Leander Paes has also gained 7 places in the doubles. Indian star shuttler Leander Paes has also improved 7 places in his ranking. They have now reached number 75. Leander made a splendid performance in the ATP tournament in France, while the doubles semi-final was made.
In the doubles rankings, Rohan Bopanna has moved up 37 places while Divij Sharan has improved one spot to 39th. Bopanna and Divij had to face defeat in the semi-finals of the ATP Tennis Tournament in Bulgaria.
In the semi-finals of the Bulgaria tournament, the Indian pair of Nedunchezian and Purav Raja has also improved their ranking. Life has reached number 77 with improvement of two places, while Purva Raja has made it to the 100th place with improvement of three places.