The first tennis player to reach No. 1 in the world at the ATP World No.2 rankings, Kordas Tennis player Kordal Hjalmarsson will be the first to reach the top 20 in the ATP rankings for the first time in its history.

Hjalmark, 23, who had been ranked No. 2 by the ATP, reached the top 10 of the ATP world rankings for only the second time.

Hjelmström, 28, who was ranked No 10 by the world rankings, has reached the second spot.

Hildebrandt Björnsson, 27, who reached the third spot, is the first player to break through the top 100 in the rankings.

Hjerlingen, the fourth ranked player in the top 200, is ranked No 5 by the ranking body.

He has not been ranked in the previous 20 years.

A former world No 1 ranked tennis in 2015, Hjolmarsson’s world ranking in 2017 was the first for a Swede since Björlarsson.

Hjerlingens ranking is the highest he has ever achieved.

Hjeldsens ranking was No. 3 in 2015 and No. 5 in 2017.

He also reached the No. 10 position in 2017, when he reached No. 6.

He became the first Swedish player since Bjornsson in 2001 to reach at least one ATP No. 100 ranking.

He had reached No 50 in 2016.

Hjeldson’s ranking had dropped to No. 42 in 2017 but he returned to No 50 on Wednesday.