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DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION
NEW YORK---Novak Djokovic s
US Open title allowed him to
clinch the year-end No 1 ranking
for the fourth time.
The ATP announced yesterday,
a day after Djokovic s 6-4, 5-7, 6-
4, 6-4 victory over No 2 Roger
Federer in the final at Flushing
Meadows, that the 28-year-old
Serbian would add 2015 to 2011,
2012 and 2014 as seasons he fin-
ished atop the rankings.
"Knowing I will end the year at
No 1 keeps my mind relaxed,"
Djokovic said. "I have achieved a
lot so far in the season, and I hope
I can deliver the same game for
the rest of the year."
He is 63-5 with seven titles,
including three at Grand Slam
tournaments, and has reached the
final at each of his past 11 events.
Djokovic beat Andy Murray in the
Australian Open final, lost to Stan
Wawrinka in the French Open final,
then beat Federer in the finals at
Wimbledon and the US Open.
Djokovic is currently in his third
weeks, the sixth most in the history
of the computer rankings that
began in 1973. Federer holds the
record of 302.
There wasn t much movement
at the top of the ATP rankings
Monday, although Marin Cilic, last
year s US Open champion, went
from No 9 to No 14 after losing to
Djokovic in the semifinals.
The two Italian women who met
in the surprising US Open final,
champion Flavia Pennetta and run-
ner-up Roberta Vinci, both made
big jumps in the WTA rankings.
Pennetta rose 18 spots to a
career-best No 8 yesterday, two
days after beating Vinci to become,
at 33, the oldest first-time Grand
Slam champion. Vinci, who
stunned Serena Williams in the
semifinals, went from 43rd to 19th.
Williams remained at No 1 ---
like Djokovic, she already is assured
of finishing the year in the top spot
--- followed by No 2 Simona Halep,
No 3 Maria Sharapova and No 4
Petra Kvitova. (AP)
NEW YORK---Wilson Kipsang will
defend his title at the New York City
Marathon in November.
The former world-record holder
from Kenya won in his NYC
Marathon debut last year.
Event organiser New York Road
Runners announced Monday that
the other podium finishers from
2014 will also return.
Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia was
second last year then went on to
win the Boston Marathon in April.
The third-place finisher was
countryman Gebre Gebremariam,
the 2010 champ in New York.
The 2009 winner, American Meb
Keflezighi, will run his 10th NYC
Marathon at age 40. The 2014
Boston Marathon champ was
fourth in New York last year.
The NYC Marathon is November
NORFOLK---The Virginia medical
examiner's office says Hall of Fame
basketball player Moses Malone
died of natural causes.
Malone was found dead in a
Norfolk hotel Sunday morning. He
Yesterday, the Office of the Chief
Medical Examiner said Malone's
cause of death was listed as
hypertensive and atherosclerotic
MONACO---The IAAF has ratified
the world record set by American
decathlete Ashton Eaton at the
recent world championships.
Olympic champion Eaton ran the
1,500 meters in 4 minutes, 17.52
seconds to finish with 9,045 points
at the Beijing worlds last month
and retain his title.
He needed to run under 4:18.25 to
surpass the world mark of 9,039
points he set in Oregon in June
Track and field's governing body
also ratified Anita Wlodarczyk of
Poland's world record hammer
throw of 81.08 meters on Aug. 1 at
a home meet in Cetniewo, beating
her previous best of 79.58 a year
earlier in Berlin. (AP)
Serb clinches year-end
No 1 for 4th time
Kipsang to defend title at
Official: Moses Malone died
of natural causes
Eaton, Wlodarczyk world
records ratified by IAAF
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