ATP Champions Race for Leadership

Published June 26th, 2000 - 02:00 GMT

As the Wimbledon championships get under way Monday Brazilian Gustavo Kuerten and Swedish Magnus Norman continued to occupy the first and second positions in the ATP Champions Race 2000. 

While the top 20 remain unchanged there were notable upward movements for Australian Patrick Rafter, winner of the ATP event in Rosmalen, and France's Sebastien Grosjean, who took the Nottingham tournament, winning respectively 21 and 10 positions. 

Grosjean, winning his first ATP title, is now up to 21st with double US Open champion Rafter grabbing the 52nd slot. 

 

1. Gustavo Kuerten (Bra) 505 pts 

2. Magnus Norman (Swe) 486 

3. Lleyton Hewitt (Aus) 314 

4. Yevgeny Kafelnikov (Rus) 312 

5. Andre Agassi (USA) 278 

6. Alex Corretja (Spa) 267 

7. Juan Carlos Ferrero (Spa) 264 

8. Cedric Pioline (Fra) 260 

9. Marat Safin (Rus) 259 

10. Pete Sampras (USA) 257 

11. Franco Squillari (Arg) 196 

12. Thomas Enqvist (Swe) 195 

13. Younes El Aynaoui (Mor) 194 

14. Tim Henman (Gbr) 184 

. Mariano Puerta (Arg) 184 

16. Nicolas Lapentti (Ecu) 181 

17. Mark Philippoussis (Aus) 172 

18. Albert Costa (Spa) 158 

19. Dominik Hrbaty (Svk) 152 

20. Nicolas Kiefer (Ger) 150 

21. Sebastien Grosjean (Fra) 148  

22. Wayne Ferreira (Rsa) 141  

23. Andrei Pavel (Rom) 135  

24. Fabrice Santoro (Fra) 134 

25. Marc Rosset (Swi) 134 

26. Hicham Arazi (Mor) 130 

27. Nicolas Escude (Fra) 128  

28. Michael Chang (USA) 123  

29. Gaston Gaudio (Arg) 122 

. Fernando Vicente (Spa) 122 -- (ATP) 

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