New Delhi: After spending a week inside top-100, Yuki Bhambri dropped out of the bracket as he lost six places to be at 105 in the latest ATP singles rankings issued today.
Yuki had skipped the Bangalore Challenger to recover from niggles but made a fluent start at the Pune Challenger today with a 6-3 6-3 win over local wild card Anvit Bendre.
Saketh Myneni, who has become India's second-highest ranked singles player, also dropped two places to 168 while Somdev Devvarman remained unchanged at 181.
In the doubles, Rohan Bopanna rose a rung to 14 and remain country's highest ranked player. He was followed by Leander Paes at number 36 and Purav Raja, who dropped to 99. In the WTA rankings, Sania Mirza continues to be world number one player in individual doubles rankings. However her doubles partner Martina Hingis now has same number of points.
Both of them have 10205 points in their kitty. In the singles Ankita Raina was highest ranked player at number 248, a loss of three places.