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    ATP Top 10

    Again, sorry for the late update but here's this week's new rankings:

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    1  	Nadal, Rafael (ESP)  	       11,880  	
    2 	Federer, Roger (SUI) 	        7,335 (+1)
    3 	Djokovic, Novak (SRB) 	        7,145 (-1)	
    4 	Murray, Andy (GBR) 	        6,125  	
    5 	Soderling, Robin (SWE) 	        4,825 
    6 	Berdych, Tomas (CZE) 	        3,715 (+1)
    7 	Verdasco, Fernando (ESP) 	3,330 (+2)
    8  	Ferrer, David (ESP)  	        3,325 (+2) 	
    9 	Youzhny, Mikhail (RUS)  	3,310 (-1)	
    10  	Roddick, Andy (USA)  	        3,260 (+1)
    Rankings updated: 10/18. Lots of changes. Federer took back the #2 ranking. Djokovic fell to #3. Murray gained 1000 points. Roddick entered the top 10. Davydenko lost about 1000 points to completely fall out of the top 10. Lots of movement at the bottom of the top 10. One thing to keep an eye on is who finishes in the top 8 for the year end ATP World Tour Finals. Right now, the top 4 have qualified. The last 3 spots are close. Who gets it?

    Also, in the race for the #2 spot (thanks to Gibby for providing this)

    Points to Defend Rest of the Year
    Federer - 710
    Djokovic -1900

    Discuss. Nadal has clinched the year end #1 ranking but do you think Federer finishes behind Djokovic (now that would be crazy)? Who qualifies for the year end ATP World Tour Finals?

    I'll try to remember to update this every time a new rankings comes out, which is every Monday but I'm not sure if I'll remember. So if I forget, someone else can update this.

    If you're wondering about how they do these rankings, it explains it here:

    http://www.atpworldtour.com/Rankings/Rankings-FAQ.aspx

    Wth, I'll post the Women's Rankings too.

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    1	Wozniacki, Caroline	11/07/90	DEN	7675	
    2	Williams, Serena	26/09/81	USA	6855	
    3	Zvonareva, Vera	        07/09/84	RUS	6165	
    4	Williams, Venus	        17/06/80	USA	5715	
    5	Clijsters, Kim	        08/06/83	BEL	5325	
    6	Schiavone, Francesca	23/06/80	ITA	5035 	
    7	Jankovic, Jelena	28/02/85	SRB	4855 
    8	Stosur, Samantha	30/03/84	AUS     4612 	
    9	Dementieva, Elena	15/10/81	RUS	4335 
    10	Azarenka, Victoria	31/07/89	BLR	3835
    Women's rankings also updated as of 10/18. No real changes other then a few people gaining and losing a couple points. No significant amount though.

    Yeah, pretty much to keep track of Wozniacki.

    Weird that Clijsters went down despite beating Zvonereva in the finals.
    Last edited by PatsSoxKnicks; 10-21-2010 at 01:45 AM.
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    Yeah Nadal has clinched.

    Federer can pass Djoko in Shanghai I believe

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    Woot Nadal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carson005 View Post
    Yeah Nadal has clinched.

    Federer can pass Djoko in Shanghai I believe


    I'd actually like to see Djokovic finish the year 2nd. It'd be different.
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    Its crazy to think 3 years ago no one knew who Soderling was really besides that he mocked Nadal at Wimbledon

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    Quote Originally Posted by carson005 View Post
    Its crazy to think 3 years ago no one knew who Soderling was really besides that he mocked Nadal at Wimbledon
    What's weird is he's not that young. He's a late bloomer.
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    Roger didn't play at Shanghai last year so he has a great shot to pass Novak since he has no points to protect.


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    Wow... How long has it been since Roger hasn't been 1 or 2.

    Kim is easily the bet womens player. She is amazing to watch. She comes back and right away dominates again.

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    As much as I don't like Federer, it feels odd seeing him not in the top 2. I hope by this time next year Caroline is number 1 among women.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bwalsh88 View Post
    Roger didn't play at Shanghai last year so he has a great shot to pass Novak since he has no points to protect.
    I don't really get the point of having to protect points, it seems to punish good players

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetsforever View Post
    Wow... How long has it been since Roger hasn't been 1 or 2.

    Kim is easily the bet womens player. She is amazing to watch. She comes back and right away dominates again
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    What I don't understand is how did she fall behind Zvonerava after beating her?

    Quote Originally Posted by carson005 View Post
    I don't really get the point of having to protect points, it seems to punish good players
    I like it. It means you have to maintain your game. Although, if you get injured, it sucks.

    Just curious but how would you do the rankings instead?

    Quote Originally Posted by BlueJayFanDan View Post
    As much as I don't like Federer, it feels odd seeing him not in the top 2. I hope by this time next year Caroline is number 1 among women.
    x2. BTW, I linked Caroline to a nice picture of her
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetsforever View Post
    Wow... How long has it been since Roger hasn't been 1 or 2.
    November 10th 2003. Long time.

    http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/P...erer.aspx?t=rh
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    BTW, Roddick is right outside the top 10 with 3180 points. I wonder if he'll qualify for the year end tourney
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    Quote Originally Posted by patsSOXknicks View Post
    I like it. It means you have to maintain your game. Although, if you get injured, it sucks.

    Just curious but how would you do the rankings instead?
    Same way they do it but without having to protect your points. Each tournament is different, you can't expect to have the same results each year IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwalsh88 View Post
    Roger didn't play at Shanghai last year so he has a great shot to pass Novak since he has no points to protect.
    Also he has got out early in paris and Djoko won so fed can gain alot of points and djoko can lose alot.

    Quote Originally Posted by jetsforever View Post
    Kim is easily the bet womens player. She is amazing to watch. She comes back and right away dominates again.
    She hasnt won anything other than US open so i wouldnt say she is the best. she needs to win atleast another major and lets not forget about serena's dominance (eventhough i hate her)


    Quote Originally Posted by patsSOXknicks View Post
    No Dojokovic was number 2 for a while before the North american hardcourt season. June 05, 2010 - August 09, 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by patsSOXknicks View Post
    What I don't understand is how did she fall behind Zvonerava after beating her?

    I like it. It means you have to maintain your game. Although, if you get injured, it sucks.

    Just curious but how would you do the rankings instead?

    x2. BTW, I linked Caroline to a nice picture of her
    I think rankings are good the way they are. Reason why Clijisters fell doesnt have do with her performance. She maintained all her points by defending the US Open but Zvonareva gain points because she went from 4th round in 2009 to Finals in 2010.

    This ranking is good. becuase is bases a players performance over 12 months. i dont see how it hurts the top players like someone else mentioned.
    Last edited by Gibby; 09-17-2010 at 05:51 PM.

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