They have been replaced with Ratkov soaring to the top of the men's ahead of his compatriot Mihailo Vasic and Miezis, who moves down to third.
The 29-year-old Ratkov has tremendous 3x3 IQ in a Men's Health cover type body. The Liman star is sometimes overshadowed by high-profile teammates but he brings great driving skills, clever passing, big time rebounding and elite defense. He ranked 2nd overall in rebounds, 3rd overall in 1-point percentage (for people who played at least 10 games) and was 5th overall in player value last year at the World Tour.
He was a key part of Serbia's bronze medal winning team in Tokyo with the No.1 seed's only defeat being a shock 21-10 semi-final upset against ROC.
Ratkov has long been a star for World Tour power Liman and he led the team in scoring at the Doha Masters earlier this year, where he poured in 28 points from 4 games.
He forms a deadly duo with big fella Vasic, who was also part of Serbia's team in Tokyo where he scored 38 points from 9 games and shot 70% from inside the arc.
In the women's, the brilliant Touré has some consolation after No.1 seed France failed to reach the podium in Tokyo after a roller-coaster run.
But it wasn't through the lack of effort from Touré, who shrugged off a slow start to rediscover her best in the knockout stage to get France so close to a medal.
The Women's Series 2019 MVP finished fourth in total points with 54 from 10 games but was also a force on the defensive end to record the second most blocks in Tokyo.
The athletic 1.80m (5ft 11in) Touré came into Tokyo red hot having been MVP in the Women's Series Voiron stop and also part of France's victorious Poitiers line-up.