Estonia's top men's tennis player, 20-year-old Mark Lajal, has climbed ten places in the latest ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) world rankings. Lajal, who played in his first ATP-ranked tournament last week in now up to ATP No. 219, five spots higher than his previous career best.
Two other Estonian players join Lajal in the latest ATP top 1,000. Daniil Glinka moved up 37 places to ATP No. 548, while Kristjan Tamm fell 24 places and is now ATP No. 729.
Novak Djokovic of Serbia continues as men's number one, followed by Spain's Carlos Alcaraz in second spot. Daniil Medvedev (Neutral) is ATP No. 3, Jannik Sinner of Italy is in fourth and Andrey Rublev (Neutral) is ranked fifth.
In the WTA (Women's Tennis Association) world rankings, Estonia's Kaia Kanepi dropped one place and is now ranked 170th in the world. Elena Malygina moved up seven places to WTA No. 333, while Maileen Nuudi dropped seven places and is now WTA No. 532.
Arina Sabalenka (Neutral) remains at the top of the WTA rankings. She is followed by Poland's Iga Świątek and Coco Gauff of the USA. Elena Rybakina of Kazakhstan has moved up to WTA No. 4, pushing the USA's Jessica Pegula down into fifth spot.
Editor: Michael Cole