Amazing feat for Zimbabwe. One family single-handedly lifted a nation to #3 in doubles!
Yugoslavia, Japan and Canada took to the Top 20 by storm.
Switzerland went from #3 in singles to #18 in doubles. A severe drop for two top singles players who also happen to excel in doubles.
United States, Russia, Argentina, Germany, Czech Republic, Netherlands and Belarus remained consistent across the board.
Australia hoisted to #2 in doubs by a couple of Grand Slam champs.
Amazingly, there are only two African nations represented and both are in the Top 5!
The Top 4 female doubles players (Raymond, Stubbs, Black and Likhovtseva) are ranked in the exact order as they would appear on the women's doubles rankings.
The Asian rankings:
01 JAPAN (10th)<br />02 INDIA (22nd)<br />03 INDONESIA (38th)<br />04 HONG KONG (39th)<br />05 CHINESE TAIPEI (44th)<br />06 THAILAND (45th)<br />07 KOREA (49th)
The South American rankings:
01 ARGENTINA (7th)<br />02 BRAZIL (24th)<br />03 VENEZUELA (32nd)<br />04 ECUADOR (40th)<br />05 PARAGUAY (43rd)<br />06 URUGUAY (53rd)<br />07 COLOMBIA (56th)<br />08 BOLIVIA (63rd)
" The more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in battle "
" When you're not training, someone else is training... TO KICK YOUR ASS! "
" It's not the size of the dog in a fight, but the size of the fight in a dog. "
You Crazy Bitches Rock 2003:
Jelena Dokic - Kim Clijsters - Anna Kournikova - Francesca Schiavone - Ashley Harkleroad - Dinara Safina - Alicia Molik
You Dirty Bastards Rule 2003:
Marat Safin - Lleyton Hewitt - Andy Roddick - Nicolas Kiefer - Olivier Rochus - Tommy Robredo - Mikhail Youzhny
7 February 2003 : Best of Luck in Retirement MARTINA HINGIS!