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Medvedev puzzled by chance to claim No.1 ranking despite Wimbledon ban

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Daniil Medvedev says he would be happy to play at Wimbledon next month. ATP and WTA have banned Russian and Belarusian players from the Grand Slam. World number two could climb to the top of the rankings even if excluded from the event. Novak Djokovic will lose the 2,000 points he earned by lifting last year's trophy.
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The Star Kuala Lumpur

Tennis-Medvedev puzzled by chance to claim No.1 ranking despite Wimbledon ban

PARIS (Reuters) - Russian Daniil Medvedev still yearns to play at Wimbledon next month and finds the situation "very strange" that he could climb to the top of the men's rankings even if excluded from the grasscourt Grand Slam, the world number two said on Tuesday. Read full story

1 month ago·Malaysia
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Channel News Asia

Medvedev puzzled by chance to claim No.1 ranking despite Wimbledon ban

PARIS : Russian Daniil Medvedev still yearns to play at Wimbledon next month and finds the situation "very strange" that he could climb to the top of the men's rankings even if excluded from the grasscourt Grand Slam, the world number two said on Tuesday.The ATP and WTA last week took away ranking points

1 month ago·Singapore
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Tennis: Russian Daniil Medvedev puzzled by chance to claim No.1 ranking despite Wimbledon ban

The ATP and WTA took away ranking points following the organisers' decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players.

1 month ago·New Zealand
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