Federer and Serena rule

BERLIN - Roger Federer of Switzerland remains top of a virtually unchanged men's tennis rankings released by the ATP yesterday, with one change seeing Britain's Andy Murray move up a place to fourth.

Federer has 10690 points to lead from Serb Novak Djokovic (7390) and Spain's Rafael Nadal (6480).

On the women's front, Samantha Stosur of Australia moves up to a career-high No 8 from 10 in the rankings issued by the WTA, after reaching the final of the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart on Sunday.

America's Serena Williams continues to top the rankings at 7946 points, ahead of Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark (6255) and Dinara Safina of Russia (6150).

ATP Top 10 as of May 3 (previous ranking in parentheses): 1. (1) Federer (10690); 2. (2) Djokovic (7390) 3. (3) Nadal, Spain (6480) 4. (5) Murray, Britain (5565 ); 5. (4) Juan Martin del Potro, Argentina (5545); 6. (6) Nikolay Davydenko, Russia (5235); 7. (7) Robin Soderling, Sweden (4805); 8. (8) Andy Roddick, US (4780); 9. (9) Fernando Verdasco, Spain (3735) and 10. (10) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, France (3220).

WTA Top 10 as of May 3 (previous ranking in parentheses): 1. (1) Serena Williams (7946); 2. (2) Wozniacki (6255); 3. (3) Safina (6150); 4. (4) Venus Williams, US (5816); 5. (5) Svetlana Kuznetsova, Russia (5210); 6. (6) Elena Dementieva, Russia (4825); 7. (7) Jelena Jankovic, Serbia (4740); 8. (10) Stosur, Australia (4235) 9. (8) Agnieszka Radwanska, Poland (4190) and 10. (9) Victoria Azarenka, Belarus (4080). - Sapa-DPA

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