Czech tennis player Tomáš Berdych has climbed to 14th in the world ATP rankings. That represents an advance of one place from his previous position and his best ranking since mid-2008. The top ranked Czech men’s player got through to the quarter finals of the Monte Carlo tournament last week following a bright start to the clay court season. He has expressed the ambition of getting back into the world’s top 10, a position he last occupied two years ago.
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