Tennis world ranking has taken a huge step forward with the women’s world ranking now having the top 20 men’s players.
The women’s ranking now sits at #3, while the men have a gap of 4 spots, which the World Tennis Federation (WTF) has confirmed.
The men are ranked in the same range as last year’s women’s rankings, and the gap is the largest between the men and women in the rankings.
“We have not seen this gap between the top 50 players and the top 25 players before in a long time,” WTF President Mark Tait said.
“And we are very pleased that the women now sit in a position where they are the highest ranked group of women in women’s singles tennis.
We are now the world’s number one ranked women’s team, which is very exciting.”
It is the first time in over 20 years that the WTF has put together a list of world ranking for both men and woman, and is a significant step forward for women’s sports.
“There are a lot of ups and downs in the women sport,” Wtf’s head of player recruitment, James Williams, said.
“In our world ranking there is no doubt that there are players who are performing very well, and we feel this will give them an edge over the others.” “
WTF’s ranking for the women has been in place for almost three years. “
In our world ranking there is no doubt that there are players who are performing very well, and we feel this will give them an edge over the others.”
WTF’s ranking for the women has been in place for almost three years.
In the past, the WDFS has not released its rankings for women, but Tait has been making the case that the gap between men and the women is widening.
WTF is one of the leading sports leagues in the world, with a global footprint and a dedicated following of tennis fans.
But Tait insisted that this is a huge development for women.
“The ATP is the pinnacle of the tennis world,” he said.
In 2016, the women ranked the men in the ATP world rankings, but only in a relatively small range.
They also had a gap in the top 5, with the men sitting at #1, and a gap between them and the world men’s ranking of #2.
This year, WTF said they have been able to get a better picture of the women in a broader range of events.
“For women’s events the gap has been narrowing,” Tait explained.
“However, this is no reason to believe that the men are not still in the middle of the pack in this area.”
This has been a huge improvement on the previous year, when WTF had ranked the top 10 men in womens tennis, and #2 in men’s.
This is something that the ATP has acknowledged, stating that the rankings for the men has not been released yet.
The WTF also noted that in 2016, WDFs ranking of world women’s teams was a little more optimistic than the WTS’ ranking.
“Despite the fact that we are a small, independent sports organisation, Wtf is very proud to have a strong and respected women’s squad at the top of the rankings,” Tatsait said, adding that WTF would be launching a new rankings system for the 2020 season.
“It will be a much stronger and more balanced system with more of a global impact, which we are looking forward to seeing.”
Tait also said that he was excited by the number of people participating in the new rankings.
The ATP World Rankings are not a yearly thing, but the ATP’s World Rankings Committee is always looking to improve the rankings, he said, and Tait will be looking at the results of the WFCS for the first year, to see how far they have progressed.
“They’ve had a very successful year, and I think they’re now ready to take on a more serious role in the ranking,” Taimt said.
The new rankings will be published in 2018, and will be available to download on WTFs website for the public.
It will be the first major change for the WTA since the WPS started its ranking in 2001.
It has long been a tradition for the ATP to publish its rankings annually, but it has rarely had a significant change for almost 20 years.
Tait admitted that he had some reservations about the WTCS rankings for 2020, but said that the process is moving forward.
The next step for WTF will be to launch a separate rankings system to include the WUSC.