Johannesburg [South Africa], Nov.14 : The latest men's world top 10 rankings remained unchanged ahead of the ATP World Tour finals this week which will determine whether British maestro Andy Murray or Serbia's Novak Djokovic end the year at the number one spot.
Last week, Murray ended Djokovic's 122-week reign to become the second-oldest player since John Newcombe in 1974 to debut at World No.
1. The British maestro is currently maintaining a 405-point lead at the top of the list,Sport24 reported.
France's Stan Wawrinka retained his third spot, with Canada's Milos Raonic and Asian number one Kei Nishikori completing the top five.
The current ATP top 10 are: 1. Andy Murray 2. Novak Djokovic 3. Stan Wawrinka 4. Milos Raonic 5. Kei Nishikori 6. Gal Monfils 7. Marin Cilic 8. Rafael Nadal 9. Dominic Thiem 10. Tomas Berdych..