Rohan Bopanna enters the top 10 rankings after a wait of seven long years
Bopanna, who was forced to pull out of the Davis Cup and a few other events due to a knee injury last year, was ranked 19th at the start of the season. His career-best ranking is world number 3 which he achieved in 2016.
Rohan Bopanna gained two places to break back into the top 10 of the ATP doubles rankings after seven years. The 43-year-old Indian was placed at the world No. 9 spot, his first in the top bracket since 2016.
Bopanna became the oldest player to win ATP Masters 1000 tournament when he and his Australian partner Matthew Ebden emerged champions at Indian Wells Masters in March.
Bopanna and Ebden also won the Qatar Open in February and reached the Madrid Open final in May. This season he has competed in 13 tournaments so far.