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Marat Safin took the lead in the Champions Race of the Association of Tennis Professionals
The victory at the Australian Open in tennis, the season's first Grand Slam tournament, allowed Marat Safin to take the lead in the Champions Race of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). The Russian is in first place with 200 points in the new version of the rating list, followed by finalist of the Australian Open-2005 Lleyton Hewitt who lost to Marat Safin in the decisive match (183 points). Roger Federer of Switzerland, who was the leader in the Champions Race, went down from first to third place (140 points). Along with them, the list of the top ten includes: 4. Andy Roddick (USA) - 90 points 5. Nikolai Davydenko (Russia) - 73 6. Olivier Rochus (Belgium) - 69 7. Joachim Johansson (Sweden) - 68 8. Dominik Hrbaty (Slovakia) - 53 9. Andre Agassi (USA), Fernando Gonsalez (Chile) and David Nalbandian (Argentina) - 50 points each. Nikolai Davydenko who reached the quarter-finals of the Australian Open went up seven lines at once. Lindsay Davenport of the USA who lost in the final of the Australian Open to her compatriot Serena Williams is, as before, at the top of the rating list of the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) with 5,058 points. The younger of the Williams sisters, Serena, is in second place (4,336 points), having risen from seventh place in the previous rating list. Amelie Mauresmo of France (4,322) is in the third position. Maria Sharapova (3,934) became Russia's No.1, having outstripped Anastasia Myskina (3,738). Listed among the top ten in the WTA rating list are also: 6. Svetlana Kuznetsova (Russia) - 3,668 7. Yelena Dementieva (Russia) - 3,639 8. Venus Williams (USA) - 2,476 9. Jennifer Capriati (USA) - 2,359 10. Alicia Molik (Australia) - 2,343.
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