Are you asking about their rank in world popularity? If it were popularity, then, in decreasing order: Football, Tennis, F1, Cricket, Table Tennis, Swimming
Soccer with tennis ranked second in popularity. The national sport is oina, an old sport similar to baseball.
Badminton, baseball, soccer, table tennis, and I suppose basketball is of average popularity.
The most significant sports for the USA are baseball and basketball. However, soccer and lawn tennis are now gaining popularity there.
Sadly soccer in the United States isn't as popular as the big sports such as American Footbal, Basketball and Baseball it would rank behind golf and tennis in popularity.
Halloweens is ranked 2nd right next to Christmas.
Some of the most practiced sports in the world include American Football, Basketball, Golf, Baseball, Tennis, Soccer, and Cricket. The popularity of a sport depends on the country it is being played.
England's tennis no.1 in both men and women is Alex Bogdanovic(Ranked 183) and Anne Keothavong (Ranked 61) But if Great Britain is Concerned Andy Murray(Ranked 4) along with Keothavong(Ranked 61) are the top ranked.
Football (soccer) by far is the most popular, then basketball. A third one would be very far from the second one in popularity, could be tennis.
As of December 2010, Rafael Nadal is the number 1 ranked male tennis player. As of January 2011, Caroline Wozniacki is the number 1 ranked female tennis player.
A list of female African American tennis players that are ranked will most likely include the Williams Sisters, Venus and Serena. Throughout history, other ranked female tennis players that are African American have included Althea Gibson, Ora Washington and Zina Garrison.
England's tennis no.1 in both men and women is Alex Bogdanovic(Ranked 183) and Anne Keothavong (Ranked 61) But if Great Britain is concerned Andy Murray(Ranked 4) along with Keothavong(Ranked 61) are the top ranked.
This may or may not be a big assumption to make in answering this question, but one might assume you are speaking from an American point of view:In most countries, including USA, the most popular sports are team games.There are some Asian countries, who culturally value individual excellence, where certain individual sports are perhaps the most popular. In some Asian countries, for instance, table tennis and badminton are the most popular sports ... but even within these, the popularity of tennis continues to grow.Tennis is probably growing in popularity with time in many countries because now that it is fully professional, people see it as a means of making a living - and, possibly, a good one.To return to the original question proper: Among the "individual sports" available, tennis is probably the most popular sport in most countries in the world ... but most countries still prefer one or another team sport to tennis.USA would have a number of team sports more popular than tennis - especially, in winter.
TOP 6 global sports by popularity. Estimated people that watch or play these sports: 1. FOOTBALL (SOCCER) - 3.5 billion viewers or players 2. CRICKET - 3 billion people 3. FIELD HOCKEY - 2 billion 4. TENNIS - 1 billion 5. VOLLEYBALL - 900 million 6. TABLE TENNIS (PING PONG) - 900 million
seeding in sports means how the teams are ranked
Andreas Seppi (18)
Roger Federer is currently ranked the No. 2 in the world. (ATP Singles)
If we base popularity via participation figures and viewing levels, popularity is as follows: Football Ice Hockey Basketball Tennis Weightlifting Skiing/Snowboarding etc
Rafael Nadal is currently ranked no.1 men's singles tennis player (2010).