: 5 Odds: 18-1 Best Open finish: 1 (2000, '05, '06)
: 15 Ryder Cups: First appearance (England)
Also, it includes the two French players Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut, holders of the sixth place in the rankings, and finally Polish Marcin Matkowski and his partner, Serbian Nenad Zimonjic, seventh place in the world rankings
SCOTLAND World ranking
: 10th Captain: Greig Laidlaw Key man: Finn Russell Best World Cup: Semi-finals 1991 Prediction: Showed a bit of form in their last two warmups and if Laidlaw kicks his goals should get out of the group.
He won his first professional ATP futures tournament in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt without dropping a set which saw him debuting at 860 in the world on the professional ATP world rankings
The new FIFA Women's World Ranking
brings very few changes.
"At the meeting I was asked about my position regarding Georgia's ninth place in the World Ranking
of Ease of Doing
Summary: The All England Club has decided to adhere to the top-five world rankings
for Wimbledon seedings this year.
Besiktas were the only Turkish team that managed to be among the top 100 teams in the club world ranking
Best 2010 performances 2nd Phoenix Open, 2nd Memorial Jim Furyk Age 40 Ryder Cups 6 (97-99-02-04-06-08) Record P24, W8, H3, L13 Singles W4, H1, L1; Fourballs W1, H1, L7; Foursomes W3, H1, L5 Ryder Cup form 0-0-1-0-0-1-0-1-0-1/2-1/2-0-0-0-1-1-0-0-1-0-1/2-1-0-1 Presidents Cup W15, H3, L10 World ranking
5 The experienced Philadelphian was unbeaten in Ryder Cup singles until going down to Paul Casey at the K Club.
US: Arnold Palmer and Gardner Dickinson P5 W5, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson P4 W4 Youngest player Europe: Sergio Garcia (19 years eight months) US: Horton Smith (21 years four days) Oldest player Europe: Ted Ray (50 years two months) US: Raymond Floyd (51 years 20 days) Luke Donald Age 32 Born Hemel Hempstead World ranking
8 Majors 0 Caps 2 (04, 06) Points 51/2 Record P7 W5 H1 L1 Missed 2008 contest after wrist surgery.World Cup and Walker Cup winner with Paul Casey as his partner.
KARACHI, July 25 -- Pakistan's top junior player Samir Iftikhar won his maiden tennis title by winning the doubles final of the ITF Amman Open Junior World Ranking
tournament on Saturday.