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Juan Martin del Potro has made his withdrawal from the current year’s ATP World Tour Finals official, which implies that Kei Nishikori is presently a piece of the eight-player field set to do fight from 11-18 November at the ATP World Tour Finals in London.

The Japanese star has been on the ascent since starting his rebound on the Challenger circuit this winter. Nishikori won the Dallas Challenger in February yet dropped the distance to No.39 in the rankings previously starting his move back to the Top 10. He achieved finals at Monte-Carlo, Tokyo and Vienna and has come to at any rate the quarterfinals in his last six events.Nishikori joins an elegant field that highlights World No.1 Novak Djokovic, Roland Garros champion Rafael Nadal, Australian Open victor Roger Federer, Alexander Zverev, Kevin Anderson, Marin Cilic and Dominic Thiem. Rising South African tennis star Lloyd Harris has been named as an other during the current week’s Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan, Italy.

Harris, who on Monday climbed to a vocation high of No 110 on the ATP Rankings, has been compensated for his shape in the wake of lifting two ATP Challenger titles in 2018 – the Kentucky Bank Championships in Lexington and Stockton Challenger in California.

The lofty 21-and-under occasion begins on Tuesday and keeps running until Sunday.

The world’s main eight cutting edge stars will fight for title respects yet should any of them be harmed or sick and can’t proceed with the competition, Harris will venture in as the substitute.

In the mean time, the nation’s best tennis expert Kevin Anderson kept up his positioning of No 6 on the planet rankings subsequent to coming to a series of 16 at the Paris Masters a week ago where he lost to world No 9 Kei Nishikori from Japan in straight sets.

Duplicates authority, Raven Klaasen, awed at the Paris Masters with accomplice Michael Venus from New Zealand, achieving the quarter-finals

The last eight demonstrating moved Klaasen up five spots up to No 13 in the twofold’s rankings.

Both Klaasen and Anderson will contend in one week from now’s ATP Finals in London – the year-end peak to the ATP World Tour season.

The occasion includes just the world’s best eight qualified singles players and copies groups.

On the ladies’ side, Chanel Simmonds remains the most noteworthy positioned South African singles (No 368) and copies (No 249) player.

ATP Rankings:



1. Novak Djokovic (SRB)

2. Rafael Nadal (ESP)

3. Roger Federer (SUI)

4. Juan Martin del Potro (ARG)

5. Alexander Zverev (GER)

6. Kevin Anderson (RSA)

7. Marin Cilic (CRO)

8. Dominic Thiem (AUT)

9. Kei Nishikori (JPN)

10. John Isner (USA)

South African men:


6. Kevin Anderson

110. Lloyd Harris

512. Nik Scholtz

819. Spear Pierre du Toit

1 063. Ruan Roelofse

1 150. Joshua Howard-Tripp

1 316. Siphos Montsi

1 473. Tucker Vorster

1 502. Richard Thongoane

1 642. Kholo Montsi

1 720. Joshua Luck


13. Raven Klaasen

161. Ruan Roelofse

264. Lloyd Harris

332. Kevin Anderson

1 400. Vaughn Hunter

1 420. Nik Scholtz

1 474. Kholo Montsi

1 474. Siphos Montsi

1 474. Tucker Vorster

South African ladies:


368. Chanel Simmonds

683. Zoe Kruger

997. Warona Mdlulwa


249. Chanel Simmonds

1 264. Warona Mdlulwa