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Formally number 2: Zverev put worldwide rankings too than ever

The new week is Andy Murray. The two-time Olympic champion from Great Britain, that plays with a synthetic hip, returned to the top 50 (47th) after his last in Stuttgart. He semi-finalist Oscar Otte (Cologne) is now in 51th area as the second-rate German and also hence led as high in his profession.

The injured Alexander Zverev (25) remained in second place in the world rankings as well as therefore climbed up as high as never ever in his job. The Olympic champion from Hamburg is just behind Daniil Medvedev (Russia), who took the lead of Novak Djokovic.

For the first time since November 2003, neither Djokovic, Rafael Nadal neither Roger Federer in the leading 2 of the world in the globe for the first time in over 18 years. At that time, the American Andy Roddick led the world rankings in advance of Juan Carlos Ferrero, with Rainer Schüttler (6th) there was a German in the leading 10.

After his ligament tear in the semi-finals of Paris, Zverev has no chance of gathering additional points in the coming weeks. Given that no points will certainly be awarded in Wimbledon (from June 27), protecting champion Djokovic will fall better.

After his quarter-finals at the French Open, the Serb dropped back to third area from the top.

He semi-finalist Oscar Otte (Fragrance) is now in 51th area as the 2nd ideal German as well as hence led as high in his occupation.

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For the ATP it is the beginning of a new period. For the very first time since November 2003, neither Djokovic, Rafael Nadal nor Roger Federer in the top 2 of the world on the planet for the very first time in over 18 years. Back then, the American Andy Roddick led the world rankings ahead of Juan Carlos Ferrero, with Rainer Schüttler (6th) there was a German in the top ten.

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The only German in the tennis world rankings was Boris Becker, who was ahead in 1991 for a total of twelve weeks. Michael Stich as well as Tommy Haas also made it to 2nd area.

Duplinis ends Hallen-WM with world record

The 22-year-old Olympic champion from Sweden jumped on Sunday in Belgrade in the last attempt at 6.20 meters a centimeter higher than only on March 7 at the same place. Gold had previously safe at 6.05 meters.

Previously, three-jumper Yulimar Rojas from Venezuela made a 15.74 meters in the last trial and Hurden Printer Grant Holloway with 7.29 seconds over 60 meters in the semifinals for other world records. Holloway, who equalized his own top brand, was not beating in 7.39 seconds.

German team without stars at the start

For the 16-member German squad, it was only enough for some placements under the first ten without his stars. The German open-air champion Oleg Zernikel was ninth over the victory of Duplinis with skipped 5.75 meters. Over 3000 meters, the German champion went to Maximilian Thorwirth in 7: 45.87 minutes in place. The title went to 10,000-meter Olympic champion Selemon Barega from Ethiopia in 7: 41.38 minutes.

The Leipzig Robert Farken came over 1500 meters in 3: 41.29 minutes on eleven place, it won title chest Samuel Tefera. The Ethiopian defeated in 3: 32.77 minutes thanks to an energetic final lane the Norwegian Olympic champion and hall world recorder Jakob InGertsen (3: 33.02). In the long-jumps of women, local matadorin Ivana Vuleta sat by 7.06 meters. The Serbian Olympic fourth sprang the largest width of this hall season.

Bech-Romant brings silver for Ukraine

World Athletics Indoor Championships Belgrade 2022 | Day 3 Triple Jump Women's Final
The Ukrainian Maryna Bech-Romanchuk was sixth with 6.73 meters. At noon, in the triumph, with the last attempt at 14.74 meters of silver behind the outstanding world recorder Rojas, she had fetched and thus another medal for Ukraine after the acclaimed title of Hochspringer Jaroslava Mahuchich on Saturday.

Biathlon: Erik Lesser does not want a “Halligalli” for the end of the career

Biathlete Erik Lesser wants to adopt himself to conclude his career and celebrate a last success experience.

“My last race should not be Halligalli, game, fun and tension competition – I want to fight for a good placement in the mass launch ranking again,” said the 33-year-old in front of the World Cup final from Thursday to Sunday at the legendary Holmenkollen in Norwegian Oslo.

The 14-member bid of the German Ski Association (DSV) is led by Olympic Champion Denise Herrmann, who hopes for a successful season of the season after exhausting weeks. “I do not expect me to run in every race towards Podium. I try to enjoy everything a little and get a nice conclusion on Sunday,” said the 33-year-old gold medal winner in singles.

A farewell is the finale for the sporting director Bernd Eisenbichler, which changes to the economy for personal reasons. “Our goal is to build on the really very good performance of the last two weeks and to create a beautiful highlight at the end of the season, with which everyone can go well into the break.”

In the men, the DSV team exceptionally has eight starting places, as Lucas Fratzscher and Philipp Horn qualify for their top ten placement in the IBU Cup overall standings.

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