4,470: #1 Djokovic’s lead over #2; Gauff rises to #141 in WTA-TUE0716

ON THIS POST: SIMONA HALEP, COCO GAUFF MAKE MOVES IN WTA RANKINGS

  • PGA: Top 15 unchanged heading into 148th Open

  • LPGA: Lexi Thompson moves back to No. 3 in world

  • SOCCER: U.S., Germany, France in FIFA post-World Cup rankings

  • ATP: Novak Djokovic widens points lead as No. 1

  • WTA: Simona Halep up to 4th; Coco Gauff jumps 172 places


GOLF: PGA, LPGA

1-15

Top 15 in world was unchanged heading into 148th Open at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland

17

Americans ranked in top 30

Spots Travelers runner-up

Keegan Bradley climbed to #29

41

Dylan Frittelli moved up 41 spots to No. 92 after winning John Deere Classic and earning Open tee time

91

Benjamin Hebert rose from #185 to 94 after being 2nd in Scottish Open and earning spot at Royal Portrush

WORLD GOLF RANKINGS
RK GOLFER NO AVG LW
1 Brooks Koepka 44 11.00 1
2 Dustin Johnson 47 9.62 2
3 Rory McIlroy 47 8.53 3
4 Justin Rose 48 8.25 4
5 Tiger Woods 40 7.14 5
6 Bryson DeChambeau 52 6.54 6
7 Francesco Molinari 46 6.44 7
8 Jon Rahm 50 6.29 8
9 Justin Thomas 48 6.19 9
10 Patrick Cantlay 44 6.14 10
11 Xander Schauffele 52 6.03 11
12 Gary Woodland 52 5.35 12
13 Matt Kuchar 52 5.27 13
14 Rickie Fowler 47 5.03 14
15 Paul Casey 48 5.01 15
16 Adam Scott 40 4.82 17
17 Tony Finau 52 4.80 16
18 Jason Day 44 4.43 18
19 Webb Simpson 48 4.35 19
20 Tommy Fleetwood 52 4.27 20
21 Bubba Watson 45 3.83 21
22 Louis Oosthuizen 45 3.76 22
23 Matt Wallace 52 3.71 24
24 Marc Leishman 50 3.71 23
25 Patrick Reed 52 3.61 25
26 Chez Reavie 52 3.51 26
27 Kevin Kisner 52 3.39 27
28 Phil Mickelson 47 3.29 28
29 Hideki Matsuyama 52 3.25 29
30 Matthew Fitzpatrick 52 3.25 31

11

Sei-Young Kim moved up

1 spot after winning Marathon Classic 7/14 in Sylvania, Ohio

3

Lexi Thompson moved back

to No. 3 in world after runner-up finish, 1 stroke back of Kim

6, 12

The U.S. has 6 players ranked

in top 30; Korea has 12,

including 3 of top 5

LPGA WORLD RANKINGS
RK GOLFER NO AVG LW
1 Sung Hyun Park 49 8.34 1
2 Jin-Young Ko 53 7.28 2
3 Lexi Thompson 41 6.85 4
4 Minjee Lee 56 6.55 3
5 Inbee Park 33 5.98 5
6 Ariya Jutanugarn 55 5.93 7
7 Jeongeun Lee6 53 5.90 9
8 Nasa Hataoka 52 5.89 6
9 Brooke Henderson 56 5.86 8
10 Nelly Korda 45 5.48 10
11 Sei-Young Kim 53 5.20 12
12 So Yeon Ryu 47 5.13 11
13 Danielle Kang 49 4.77 13
14 Carlota Ciganda 53 4.57 14
15 Jessica Korda 36 4.50 15
16 Amy Yang 46 4.31 16
17 Eun-Hee Ji 48 3.87 17
18 Jiyai Shin 59 3.58 18
19 Hyo-Joo Kim 48 3.56 20
20 Shanshan Feng 48 3.53 19
21 Lydia Ko 52 3.44 21
22 Hye-Jin Choi 56 3.32 22
23 Ai Suzuki 56 3.14 23
24 Law Bronte 48 3.10 24
25 Charley Hull 48 3.05 25
26 Moriya Jutanugarn 54 3.02 26
27 Hannah Green 49 2.99 27
28 Lizette Salas 49 2.92 28
29 Angel Yin 51 2.81 30
30 I.K. Kim 33 2.79 29

SOCCER: FIFA WOMEN RANKINGS

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Following the Women’s World Cup, the U.S., Germany and France are top 3 in FIFA world rankings

FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD RANKING
RK TEAM PTS
1 USA 2,189
2 Germany 2,115
3 France 2,081
4 Japan 2,073
5 England 2,038
6 Brazil 1,975
7 Sweden 1,971
8 Korea DPR 1,969
9 Australia 1,968
10 Norway 1,927
11 Canada 1,924
12 Netherlands 1,907
13 Italy 1,875
14 China PR 1,866
15 Denmark 1,853
16 New Zealand 1,839
17 Korea Republic 1,824
18 Iceland 1,817
19 Spain 1,815
20 Scotland 1,797
21 Switzerland 1,781
22 Russia 1,779
23 Ukraine 1,772
24 Finland 1,758
25 Colombia 1,747

Top 5 Americans in ATP rankings

#1: Novak Djokovic, 12,415 points

Top 5 Americans in WTA rankings


TENNIS: ATP, WTA

4,470

Novak Djokovic widened his points lead over #2 Rafael Nadal after winning 5th Wimbledon title

22 to 13

Roberto Bautista Agut, who

lost in semifinals to Djokovic,

rose to 13th in new rankings

10

Daniil Medvedev rose 3 spots for his 1st top-10 ranking

26

American Sam Querrey rose 26 spots to No. 39 after reaching quarterfinals (lost to Nadal)

ATP SINGLES RANKINGS
RK PLAYER AGE PTS
1 Novak Djokovic 32 12,415
2 Rafael Nadal 33 7,945
3 Roger Federer 37 7,460
4 Dominic Thiem 25 4,595
5 Alexander Zverev 22 4,325
6 Stefanos Tsitsipas 20 4,045
7 Kei Nishikori 29 4,040
8 Karen Khachanov 23 2,890
9 Fabio Fognini 32 2,785
10 Daniil Medvedev 23 2,625
11 Kevin Anderson 33 2,500
12 Juan Martin del Potro 30 2,380
13 Roberto Bautista Agut 31 2,320
14 Borna Coric 22 2,195
15 John Isner 34 2,040
16 Nikoloz Basilashvili 27 1,995
17 Marin Cilic 30 1,940
18 David Goffin 28 1,860
19 Gael Monfils 32 1,815
20 Matteo Berrettini 23 1,800
21 Milos Raonic 28 1,765
22 Stan Wawrinka 34 1,715
23 Felix Auger-Aliassime 18 1,715
24 Guido Pella 29 1,700
25 Diego Schwartzman 26 1,530
26 Fernando Verdasco 35 1,405
27 Lucas Pouille 25 1,385
28 Benoit Paire 30 1,368
29 Denis Shapovalov 20 1,355
30 Taylor Fritz 21 1,320
31 Gilles Simon 34 1,310
32 Laslo Djere 24 1,290
AMERICANS IN TOP 150
39 Sam Querrey 31 1,100
41 Frances Tiafoe 21 1,080
57 Reilly Opelka 21 937
68 Steve Johnson 29 830
72 Tennys Sandgren 27 781
84 Bradley Klahn 28 661
96 Mackenzie McDonald 24 581
100 Denis Kudla 26 565
100 Denis Kudla 26 565
123 Bjorn Fratangelo 25 451
129 Tommy Paul 22 427
136 Ryan Harrison 27 400
140 Marcos Giron 25 391

4

Simona Halep rose 3 spots to No. 4 in rankings after beating Serena Williams in Wimbledon final

172

Spots 15-year-old Coco Gauff

rose in rankings to No. 141 after losing to Halep in 4th round

22, 13

Czech Barbora Strycova rose 22 spots to No. 32; American Lauren Davis rose 13 spots to #75

8

2018 Wimbledon champ Angelique Kerber dropped 8 spots to No. 13 after 2nd-round loss to Davis

WTA SINGLES RANKINGS
RK PLAYER AGE PTS
1 Ashleigh Barty 23 6,605
2 Naomi Osaka 21 6,257
3 Karolina Pliskova 27 6,055
4 Simona Halep 27 5,933
5 Kiki Bertens 27 5,130
6 Petra Kvitova 29 4,785
7 Elina Svitolina 24 4,638
8 Sloane Stephens 26 3,802
9 Serena Williams 37 3,411
10 Aryna Sabalenka 21 3,365
11 Anastasija Sevastova 29 3,356
12 Belinda Bencic 22 2,963
13 Angelique Kerber 31 2,875
14 Qiang Wang 27 2,872
15 Johanna Konta 28 2,790
16 Marketa Vondrousova 20 2,762
17 Madison Keys 24 2,555
18 Caroline Wozniacki 29 2,478
19 Anett Kontaveit 23 2,335
20 Petra Martic 28 2,335
21 Elise Mertens 23 2,305
22 Caroline Garcia 25 2,105
23 Amanda Anisimova 17 2,018
24 Bianca Andreescu 19 1,966
25 Julia Goerges 30 1,955
26 Donna Vekic 23 1,950
27 Sofia Kenin 20 1,895
28 Garbiñe Muguruza 25 1,865
29 Carla Suárez Navarro 30 1,842
30 Maria Sakkari 23 1,790
31 Su-Wei Hsieh 33 1,775
32 Barbora Strycova 33 1,750
AMERICANS IN TOP 150
33 Danielle Collins 25 1,638
37 Alison Riske 29 1,437
53 Venus Williams 39 1,085
71 Lauren Davis 25 787
72 Jennifer Brady 24 778
74 Jessica Pegula 25 768
83 Madison Brengle 29 704
85 Bernarda Pera 24 689
105 Christina Mchale 27 596
110 Whitney Osuigwe 17 573
117 Varvara Lepchenko 33 531
118 Taylor Townsend 23 530
125 Nicole Gibbs 26 506
139 Allie Kiick 24 452
141 Cori Gauff 15 428
146 Catherine Mcnally 17 403

WTA race to Shenzhen

WTA Finals Oct. 21-28 in China

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