William that table is really cool and helpful, thanks!!
And it's also very interesting. I think it goes to show that there really is true competition among the top 4 at this point. None of the top 4 is in the top 4 or is going to move up by luck or doing well in other events alone, ultimately for any of Nadal Federer and Murray to move up the rankings they need to go through the other three top players and WIN big events - grand slams - to see any real movement. Winning a grand slam has SO much to do with the top rankings these days, it's almost impossible to consider anyone a lock for the top spot unless they have at least two grand slams and a couple of small titles. Very exciting and in a way because now we just sit back and watch the games - Federer needs to beat Nadal and Djokovic, Murray needs to beat Federer, Nadal and Djokovic, Nadal needs to beat Djokovic and Djokovic needs to hold off the attack and keep winning. It's vicious! I love it.