ATP Tour

Anderson ends year in Top 20

2013-11-20 15:34
Kevin Anderson (AFP)

Johannesburg - South Africa's top-ranked men's tennis player Kevin Anderson has finished the year in the Top 20 of the latest ATP singles rankings.

Other South Africans ranked in the Top 20 in the past were Kevin Curren, ranked No 5 in July 1985, Wayne Ferreira, who reached No 6 in May 1995, Johan Kriek, ranked No 7 in September 1984, Cliff Drysdale, ranked 13th in May 1974, and Christo van Rensburg, who was ranked 19th in February 1988.

Meanwhile, Raven Klaasen has finished the year in 44th place in the men's doubles rankings.

South African singles rankings:

Kevin Anderson 20
Rik de Voest 164
Dean O'Brien 568  
Tucker Vorster 591
Fritz Wolmarans 631
Nikala Scholtz 660
Ruan Roelofse 668
Jean Andersen 720
Keith-Patrick Crowley 837
Wayne Montgomery 1 044
South African doubles rankings:

Raven Klaasen 44         
Ruan Roelofse  176       
Rik de Voest 250
Kevin Anderson 343               
Jean Andersen 446
Keith-Patrick Crowley 456
Dean O'Brien 514
Tucker Vorster 541                       
Izak van der Merwe 760
Nikala Scholtz 852


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