Israelis knocked out of Wimbledon early

Sela and Pe'er drop in the rankings following early exits.

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
July 6, 2010 05:28
Shahar Peer at Wimbledon

311_Shahar Peer. (photo credit: Associated Press)

 
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Dudi Sela plummeted 30 places on Monday, falling to No. 95 in the world following his first-round exit at Wimbledon.

Sela reached the fourth round at the All England Club last year.

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Shahar Pe'er dropped only one spot in the world rankings for the women, to No. 16, despite an early second-round exit from Wimbledon.

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