Oleksandr Dolgopolov moves five positions up in ATP ranking

Oleksandr Dolgopolov moves five positions up in ATP ranking

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Ukraine’s No.1 Oleksandr Dolgopolov takes 36th place in the updated ranking of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).

Dolgopolov moved five positions up compared to the previous ranking, Ukrinform reports.

Last week, Dolgopolov came close to the quarterfinals of Shanghai Masters, where he lost to his future winner Swiss Roger Federer.

Serhiy Stakhovsky remained on the 102nd position, Illia Marchenko returned to the Top 200 and holds 199th position (+5).

Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray top the ranking.

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