On the men’s world list, Emil Ruusuvuori advanced further than ever before

Finnish ace in tennis The men’s global rankings, which were released on Monday, showed Emil Ruusuvuori rising higher than ever. Rusuvuori has moved up one spot from a week ago to 42nd on the list.

This week, Ruusuvuori is competing in the ATP competition in Hamburg, Germany. In the first round, he will compete against Diego Schwartzmanin, an Argentine who finished third. 14th in the list is Schwartzman.

He continues to be the best singles player in the world despite not having a citizenship ID. Due to the conflict in Ukraine, players from Russia and Belarus are not permitted to represent their home nations.

Harri Heliövaara lost five spots from its record reading to place 37 in the men’s doubles rankings. Heliövaara, a well-known Briton named Lloyd Glasspool, performs in Hamburg similar to Ruusuvuori.

By Editor

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