Murray makes huge rankings leap
Andy Murray's Wimbledon exploits have lifted him 99 places to 213th in the latest ATP rankings, making him the sixth highest-placed Briton.
Wimbledon men's champion Roger Federer retains number one position, while Tim Henman drops down two places to 11.
Semi-finalist Thomas Johansson replaces Henman in the top 10, moving to ninth.
In the women's rankings, Wimbledon champion Venus Williams climbs eight places to eighth, while runner-up Lindsay Davenport remains first.
Scotland's Murray, 18, reached the third round at Wimbledon - his first senior Grand Slam event - and led former finalist David Nalbandian by two sets to love before eventually being beaten.
He is playing this week as a wild card entrant in the ATP Hall of Fame Championships in Newport, Rhode Island.
American Taylor Dent - beaten by Murray in the Stella Artois Championship at Queen's - is top seed.
Great job Andrew!!!