Kazakhstan’s Alexander Bublik was ranked among the 40 best men’s tennis players in the world according to an updated ranking published by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), QazMonitor reports.
Bublik, who ranks first in Kazakhstan, climbed five positions, coming in 38th. Timofey Skatov, on the other hand, dropped down by six positions to 158th place.
The top three remain the same: Carlos Alcaraz in first, Rafael Nadal in second, and Casper Ruud in third.
In men’s doubles, Rajiv Rahm leads the chart, followed by Joe Salisbury and Wesley Kolhof.
Among Kazakh players, Andrey Golubev moved down from 52nd to 54th while Alexander Nedovyesov moved up one place to 61st. Bublik dropped down to 167th place.