Saketh Myneni, India's number two, was unchanged at 171. Ramkumar Ramanathan, who won the Gwalior ITF Futures event, jumped 13 places to 260.

There was no change in rankings of India's doubles specialists with Rohan Bopanna maintaining his world number nine rank.

He was followed by Leander Paes (41) and Purav Raja (93). Myneni was at 126, loss of two places while left-hander Divij Sharan lost three places to 134.

In the WTA rankings, Sania Mirza continues to be world number one, a position which she shares with her Swiss partner Martina Hingis. Both of them have 11,355 points each.

In singles, Ankita Raina was the highest-ranked Indian player at number 255. The next best was Prerna Bhambri at number 473.

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