No U.S. men in Top 30 for first time in computer tennis rankings

There always has been at least one man from the US ranked in the Top 30 each week since computer-calculated standings began on Aug. 23, 1973.

Today, the highest-ranked man from the U.S., Taylor Fritz, slid one place to No. 31.


Taylor Fritz dropped to No. 31 in the rankings while John Isner rose to No. 34.

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