Russian tennis players Marat Safin and Yevgeny Kafelnikov have retained their positions in the ratings published by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). Safin still ranks second despite his 25 points, which he scored after the tournament in Toronto. Thus, Safin has 422 points in all, which is 103 points less than the leading tennis player Lleton Hewitt from Australia has (525 points).
Like a week ago, Kafelnikov ranks 23rd on the rating list. After the tournament in Canada he scored 174 points.
The top ten of the rating after Hewitt and Safin is as follows: 3. Tim Henman /Great Britain, 393 points/, 4. Alberto Costa /Spain, 379 points/, 5. Andre Agassi /USA, 367 points/, 6. Juan Carlos Ferrero /Spain, 333 points/, 7. Guillermo Canas /Argentine, 328 points/, 8. Roger Federer (Switzerland, 325 points/, 9. Tommy Haas /Germany, 318 points/, 10. Jiri Novak /Czech Republic, 318 points/.
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