Kevin Anderson maintains top 20 world ranking

Kevin Anderson. Photo: Don Emmert/AFP.

Kevin Anderson. Photo: Don Emmert/AFP.

But he did drop a spot.

South Africa’s Kevin Anderson dropped one spot to 16th in the latest ATP rankings.

Anderson had an incredible run in the US Open where made it to the final before losing to Spain’s Rafael Nadal on September 11.

Anderson, at the time was the the world No 32, was the lowest-ranked US Open men’s singles finalist since the inception of the ATP rankings in 1973.

The South African started the season at No 80 in the ATP Rankings after an injury-ravaged 2016.

It was his lowest mark since August 2010.

Anderson reached a career-high ranking of 10th in October 2015 soon after beating Murray to reach the US Open quarterfinals.

Full SA rankings:
Men Singles
Previous       Current
15                       16                             Kevin Anderson
226                    218                           Lloyd Harris
396                    394                          Nik Scholtz

Previous      Current
18                     19                                Raven Klaasen
142                   141                              Ruan Roelofse
462                  458                              Kevin Anderson
512                   507                             Nik Scholtz




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