Andy Murray has been confirmed as the new British number one in the latest world rankings.
The 18-year-old Scot replaces long-standing British number one Tim Henman, who slips to third behind Murray and Greg Rusedski.
Murray moves up to 42 in the world after reaching the quarter-finals in Memphis last week and winning the San Jose title two weeks ago.
Murray continues his season this week with an opening match against Tommy Robredo in Las Vegas, where top seed Andy Roddick has withdrawn because of "weariness".
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