Rankings in a game like tennis always mean a lot. Players have to do a lot of hard work for being at the position, and a very few bad games can hamper your rankings. The best part about the game is that here a player outside top ten ranking holds the ability to beat the one at the top rank. For example, you can take the case of Wilfried Tsonga who is always dangerous for any opposition.
10. Marin Cilic
Marin Cilic is a Croatian professional tennis player standing at number 10 position with 3,690 points. The current US Open champion has bagged 13 singles title. His career best ranking was staying at number 8th position in October, 2014. He defeated Kei Nishikori in 2014 US Open final to claim the title.
9. David Ferrer
The professional Spanish tennis star sits at number 9 with 3,865 points. Initially he was a clay court player. His best achievement so far is reaching finals of French Open in 2013, and was the winner of Paris Masters in the year 2012. His career best was being at number three in July, 2013.
8. Tomas Berdych
Tomas Berdych is presently at number 8 position with 4,460 points. The 29 years from Czech Republic is extremely tall standing at 6 feet 5 inches. Hence, he has been always a threat while serving. In 2010 Wimbeldon he reached final defeating Roger Federer in quarter final, and Novak Djokovic in semi finals, though lost to Rafael Nadal in finals.
7. Stanislas Wawrinka
Wawarinka is considered the second best Swiss tennis player. His career best ranking was being at number 3 on January 2014. He was the winner of Monte Carlo tournament in the year in 2014. Wawarinka stands at the number 7 spot presently with 4,550 points. He and Roger Federer was the winner of gold medal in 2008 summer Olympics.
6. Milos Raonic
The 24 years Canadian young man acquires number six spot presently with 4,980 points. Interesting to know is that he is the best ranked male tennis player of Canada since 1973. Within a month of time Milos managed to jump at number 37 from 102 in the year 2011. Milos is a better player of hard courts.