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ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« on: January 13, 2013, 06:56:47 PM »
 
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ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
RankPlayerNatPts This WeekRank Diff# Of TrnTop 30, Pts Last Week
1Djokovic, Novak(SRB)12,92001812,920
2Federer, Roger(SUI)10,26502010,265
3Murray, Andy(GBR)8,0000208,000
4Nadal, Rafael(ESP)6,6000176,600
5Ferrer, David(ESP)6,5050266,505
6Berdych, Tomas(CZE)4,6800254,680
7Del Potro, Juan Martin(ARG)4,4800224,480
8Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried(FRA)3,3750253,375
9Tipsarevic, Janko(SRB)3,0900283,090
10Gasquet, Richard(FRA)2,7200232,720
11Almagro, Nicolas(ESP)2,5150252,515
12Monaco, Juan(ARG)2,4300242,430
13Isner, John(USA)2,2150262,215
14Cilic, Marin(CRO)2,2100242,210
15Raonic, Milos(CAN)2,1750242,175
16Simon, Gilles(FRA)2,1450272,145
17Wawrinka, Stanislas(SUI)1,9000221,900
18Nishikori, Kei(JPN)1,8700231,870
19Kohlschreiber, Philipp(GER)1,8300271,830
20Dolgopolov, Alexandr(UKR)1,7500261,750
21Haas, Tommy(GER)1,7200211,720
22Querrey, Sam(USA)1,6500271,650
23Seppi, Andreas(ITA)1,5950301,595
24Verdasco, Fernando(ESP)1,4450251,445
25Youzhny, Mikhail(RUS)1,3350251,335
26Janowicz, Jerzy(POL)1,2990231,299
27Fish, Mardy(USA)1,2550201,255
28Mayer, Florian(GER)1,2150291,215
29Melzer, Jurgen(AUT)1,1770261,177
30Klizan, Martin(SVK)1,1750261,175
31Anderson, Kevin(RSA)1,170527
32Granollers, Marcel(ESP)1,125126
33Bellucci, Thomaz(BRA)1,112-126
34Stepanek, Radek(CZE)1,090023
35Baghdatis, Marcos(CYP)1,070-424
36Chardy, Jeremy(FRA)1,063124
37Troicki, Viktor(SRB)1,030128
38Benneteau, Julien(FRA)1,015-326
39Roddick, Andy(USA)1,015024
40Davydenko, Nikolay(RUS)1,015025
41Dimitrov, Grigor(BUL)1,008023
42Lopez, Feliciano(ESP)1,005030
43Tomic, Bernard(AUS)9852127
44Lacko, Lukas(SVK)917427
45Andujar, Pablo(ESP)915030
46Paire, Benoit(FRA)900-329
47Fognini, Fabio(ITA)880028
48Matosevic, Marinko(AUS)845129
49Goffin, David(BEL)843126
50Istomin, Denis(UZB)840-433
51Ramos, Albert(ESP)830030
52Llodra, Michael(FRA)823018
53Haase, Robin(NED)800130
54Falla, Alejandro(COL)796-129
55Malisse, Xavier(BEL)791726
56Bautista Agut, Roberto(ESP)786-126
57Baker, Brian(USA)776225
58Zemlja, Grega(SLO)770-225
59Lorenzi, Paolo(ITA)769-233
60Mathieu, Paul-Henri(FRA)763-224
61Lu, Yen-Hsun(TPE)759-129
62Harrison, Ryan(USA)754623
63Hanescu, Victor(ROU)753-227
64Giraldo, Santiago(COL)743-123
65Sijsling, Igor(NED)738524
66Becker, Benjamin(GER)733-128
67Zeballos, Horacio(ARG)725-127
68Berlocq, Carlos(ARG)720-131
69Muller, Gilles(LUX)714027
70Nieminen, Jarkko(FIN)710-2629
71Gimeno-Traver, Daniel(ESP)704030
72Mayer, Leonardo(ARG)702023
73Soeda, Go(JPN)701029
74Dodig, Ivan(CRO)692027
75Rosol, Lukas(CZE)679031
76Kubot, Lukasz(POL)675026
77Bedene, Aljaz(SLO)673024
78Phau, Bjorn(GER)672027
79Kuznetsov, Andrey(RUS)660024
80Bolelli, Simone(ITA)658029
81Hewitt, Lleyton(AUS)645113
82Donskoy, Evgeny(RUS)637128
83Nalbandian, David(ARG)635118
84Ito, Tatsuma(JPN)633129
85Garcia-Lopez, Guillermo(ESP)624-429
86Monfils, Gael(FRA)6001323
87Volandri, Filippo(ITA)582031
88Levine, Jesse(CAN)5801626
89Zopp, Jurgen(EST)579-121
90Kamke, Tobias(GER)577-428
91Ramirez Hidalgo, Ruben(ESP)577-130
92Rufin, Guillaume(FRA)574-127
93Kavcic, Blaz(SLO)569030
94Russell, Michael(USA)569-227
95Cipolla, Flavio(ITA)568-128
96Montanes, Albert(ESP)565-125
97Pella, Guido(ARG)564-122
98Darcis, Steve(BEL)561-125
99Ungur, Adrian(ROU)557-128
100Sousa, Joao(POR)552032
101Roger-Vasselin, Edouard(FRA)539030
102Stakhovsky, Sergiy(UKR)538030
103Karlovic, Ivo(CRO)536019
104Hajek, Jan(CZE)527225
105Kukushkin, Mikhail(KAZ)526216
106Mahut, Nicolas(FRA)515221
107Robredo, Tommy(ESP)515217
108Ebden, Matthew(AUS)509-324
109Haider-Maurer, Andreas(AUT)504124
110Berankis, Ricardas(LTU)501119
111Dutra Silva, Rogerio(BRA)498129
112Jaziri, Malek(TUN)491125
113Sela, Dudi(ISR)487130
114Bemelmans, Ruben(BEL)486124
115Alund, Martin(ARG)482126
116Andreev, Igor(RUS)479120
117De Schepper, Kenny(FRA)475126
118Ouanna, Josselin(FRA)474127
119Petzschner, Philipp(GER)472122
120Brands, Daniel(GER)469124
121Tursunov, Dmitry(RUS)464121
122Serra, Florent(FRA)453126
123Blake, James(USA)450119
124Bachinger, Matthias(GER)450132
125Smyczek, Tim(USA)448120
126Rochus, Olivier(BEL)447-3731
127Pospisil, Vasek(CAN)447127
128de Bakker, Thiemo(NED)445122
129Sugita, Yuichi(JPN)441125
130Ram, Rajeev(USA)433125
131Souza, Joao(BRA)430123
132Veic, Antonio(CRO)429126
133Bogomolov Jr., Alex(RUS)422-631
134Gil, Frederico(POR)407025
135Berrer, Michael(GER)407023
136Kudla, Denis(USA)407026
137Viola, Matteo(ITA)405029
138Gulbis, Ernests(LAT)404020
139Gicquel, Marc(FRA)403023
140Marchenko, Illya(UKR)397020
141Elias, Gastao(POR)396024
142Delbonis, Federico(ARG)395023
143Beck, Karol(SVK)395020
144Odesnik, Wayne(USA)394122
145Alves, Thiago(BRA)386124
146Ignatik, Uladzimir(BLR)382123
147Dasnieres de Veigy, Jonathan(FRA)381125
148Chiudinelli, Marco(SUI)380121
149Sock, Jack(USA)375319
150Greul, Simon(GER)374324
151Cervantes, Inigo(ESP)372-123
152Udomchoke, Danai(THA)370220

 

 

 
Other AO entries:

237 John Patrick Smith AUS

233 Adrian Menendez Maceiras ESP

223 James Duckworth AUS

198 Arnau Brugues Davi ESP

196 Amir Weintraub ISR

194 Rhyne Williams USA

186 Di Wu CHN

184 John Millman AUS

175 Steve Johnson USA

174 Daniel Munoz De La Nava ESP

170 Adrian Mannarino FRA

164 Cedrik Marcel Stebe GER

156 Maxime Authom BEL
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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2013, 07:04:42 PM »
You're already worried  :blue: about Djokovic being a slamless #1 on January 13th...

I'll never understand you people.  ..-)
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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2013, 07:06:39 PM »
Nice post Swish be good to see who goes up & down the list.This should be made a sticky :)

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #3 on: January 13, 2013, 09:15:27 PM »
Thanks sid.
 
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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #4 on: January 14, 2013, 06:04:04 PM »
Here's the day to day rankings.  :cool:
Last years AO results are taken off and then day to day results are added.
Nadal has dropped to #5 as he lost last years AO points.
 
http://live-tennis.eu/
 
 

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #5 on: January 15, 2013, 01:52:57 PM »
Here's the day to day rankings.  :cool:
Last years AO results are taken off and then day to day results are added.
Nadal has dropped to #5 as he lost last years AO points.
 
http://live-tennis.eu/

swish, who is your daddy?  :)~

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #6 on: January 15, 2013, 04:09:44 PM »
Here's the day to day rankings.  :cool:
Last years AO results are taken off and then day to day results are added.
Nadal has dropped to #5 as he lost last years AO points.
 
http://live-tennis.eu/

swish, who is your daddy?  :)~

 
 
 :rofl_2:
 
Missed your medication?   :hysterical:

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #7 on: January 15, 2013, 04:57:02 PM »
Swish i see now Ferrer is above Nadal,but he is back playing on the 11th of February in Brazil,unless he pulls out of that.

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #8 on: January 15, 2013, 05:15:45 PM »
Here's the day to day rankings.  :cool:
Last years AO results are taken off and then day to day results are added.
Nadal has dropped to #5 as he lost last years AO points.
 
http://live-tennis.eu/

swish, who is your daddy?  :)~

 
 
 :rofl_2:
 
Missed your medication?   :hysterical:

can't find my woman. she hasn't given me  nothing  :))

let's pick on Sid. Murray is not winning the AO. Tomic is  :gleam:

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #9 on: January 15, 2013, 05:38:11 PM »
Here's the day to day rankings.  :cool:
Last years AO results are taken off and then day to day results are added.
Nadal has dropped to #5 as he lost last years AO points.
 
http://live-tennis.eu/

swish, who is your daddy?  :)~

 
 
 :rofl_2:
 
Missed your medication?   :hysterical:

can't find my woman. she hasn't given me  nothing  :))

let's pick on Sid. Murray is not winning the AO. Tomic is  :gleam:


Ok Alex @ least Nole's not then as well :)~

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #10 on: February 15, 2013, 02:47:47 PM »
Roger is down to 9855 points after today. :))
http://live-tennis.eu/
Swish's link

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #11 on: February 15, 2013, 03:21:23 PM »
Roger is down to 9855 points after today. :))
http://live-tennis.eu/
Swish's link

yeah, Murray is getting closer. The key for him to overtake #2 is to play really well at both IW and Miami plus to have a solid clay season. He can gain many points on dirt.

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #12 on: February 15, 2013, 03:48:51 PM »
Alex,Murray's working hard now for both IW and Miami,be a good chance he take one of them this year.Looks like Ivan Lendl is getting Andy ready for these 2 Masters & Clay.Tennis Schedule is also on Swish's link.
http://live-tennis.eu/playersSchedule

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #13 on: February 15, 2013, 03:54:56 PM »
Alex,Murray's working hard now for both IW and Miami,be a good chance he take one of them this year.Looks like Ivan Lendl is getting Andy ready for these 2 Masters & Clay.Tennis Schedule is also on Swish's link.
http://live-tennis.eu/playersSchedule

yup, and both IW and Miami will be probably decided between Nole and Andy. I just don't see anybody else bothering them there, although you never know.

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #14 on: February 16, 2013, 06:17:01 AM »
Alex,Murray's working hard now for both IW and Miami,be a good chance he take one of them this year.Looks like Ivan Lendl is getting Andy ready for these 2 Masters & Clay.Tennis Schedule is also on Swish's link.
http://live-tennis.eu/playersSchedule

yup, and both IW and Miami will be probably decided between Nole and Andy. I just don't see anybody else bothering them there, although you never know.


Djokovic was eliminated by Isner in IW last year, from an equally strong-looking position. And Murray has had many strange results there. Wouldn't surprise me to see an non-Nolandy winner this year also. Their collective chances appear much greater in Miami. With no Federer in the draw to possibly ensure an SF meet, I fully except them to meet in the final there.

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #15 on: February 16, 2013, 05:19:42 PM »
I got this post from FedererNadal13, elsewhere.  :)~
 
Nice breakdown.
 
 
 
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Alright guys, now that the first major of the year is in the books, it's time to look at all of the ranking points and see what might happen at each stage of the year! This will be a comparison between Djokovic, Federer, and Murray, because Rafa was out for 6 months last year, and as a result, would make it hard to predict how he'll fare.

First, lets look at what's set in stone (points in January):


Djokovic: 2000 points

Federer: 720 points

Murray: 1450

Djokovic has built up a healthy lead in the race on Roger, and Murray has done his best to keep it close so far.

Now, let's Look at Now to Roland Garros:


Djokovic: 4120 points (Finals at RG, Win at Miami, finals at MC and Rome are the highlights)

Federer: 4125 points (Win at IW, win at Madrid, win at Rotterdam and Dubai, semis at RG are the highlights)

Murray: 1630 points (quarters at RG is the highlight)

So, let's think about this. Fed is already behind Novak by a huge amount, and he's actually defending more points than Novak up to and including Roland Garros. So, Fed reaching #1 is not very likely around here.

I can see Novak maintaining his numbers, it would be hard to improve but he could, it all depends on how Rafa does on clay I think.

I can see Roger losing major points here, as many as 2000, because he has so many wins to defend.

I can see Murray making major gains here, mainly because he has almost zero points to defend at IW and Miami, and a win here could really cut in to the Djok-Fed lead over him. Better clay results would really help too.

Now, Let's Check out the RG-SW19 points:


Djokovic: 990 points (semis at SW19 is the highlight)

Federer: 2600 (Win at Wimby and final at Olympics are the highlights)

Murray: 1950 (win at olympics and final at Wimby are the higlights)

So, once again, Fed has more points to defend than Novak. The Olympics points will drop off, which will affect Murray and Rog more than Novak. Roger needs to win Wimbledon to not lose major points here, and the same can be said for Murray. And improvement at wimby by Novak will stretch his lead.

SW19-USO

Djokovic: 2800 points: (USO final, Canada win, Cincy Final)

Fed: 1360 points: (Cincy win, USO quarters)

Murray: 2180 points: (USO win)

This is where Novak won #1 last year, from after Wimby to the end of the year. Novak has to play near perfectly in this stretch to keep all his points, but then again, there aren't as many available here, so even if Rog or Murray win everything Nole could still be #1 by a good margin.

Roger winning the USO would really boost his ranking, as well as playing the Roger's cup. Defending Cincy would really help as well

Murray can easily improve on his summer HC events other than USO, but he'll be hard-pressed to defend his USO.

USO-End of the year

Djokovic: 3010 points (Win in Shanghai, win at Beijing, and of course the WTF win)

Federer: 1460 points (final at WTF is the highlight)

Murray: 1090 points (finals at shanghai is the highlight)

So, once again, the end of the season is why Djokovic is currently #1 over Federer, since he has a big lead (3000ish points) on Roger. If Fed wins Shanghai, Paris, and the WTF in similar fashion to 2011, he could gain major ground. Murray too can improve his results here.

Conclusion:

2013 could be an interesting year for the rankings. The first half of the year will be where Murray can make up a lot of ground, and then the second half of the year is where Roger could make up ground. Novak has to defend a lot, but he's up around 3000 points to start the year, so he's allowed to have a few bad tourneys.

If Roger or Andy want to be #1, they don't have that same luxury.
 

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #16 on: February 16, 2013, 05:24:06 PM »
the best thing is Nole is increasing his lead without playing any tennis. me likey  :king:

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #17 on: February 16, 2013, 05:27:44 PM »
the best thing is Nole is increasing his lead without playing any tennis. me likey  :king:

Djokovic is pretty solid for awhile at #1.
But Murray looks to pass Fed soon.
 
 

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #18 on: February 16, 2013, 05:44:13 PM »
the best thing is Nole is increasing his lead without playing any tennis. me likey  :king:

Djokovic is pretty solid for awhile at #1.
But Murray looks to pass Fed soon.
It looks like it but I'm still not sure how Murray will perform during the clay season. Also, Murray didn't do very well in IW and Miaimi last year but we all know that he is more than capable winning there and gaining lots of points. On the other hand, not sure why is Fed skipping Miami. I do understand he want to reduce his schedule but still.

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Re: ATP Entry Rankings for January 14, 2013
« Reply #19 on: February 16, 2013, 10:20:26 PM »
13  Isner, John
22  Querrey, Sam
27  Fish, Mardy
57  Baker, Brian
62  Harrison, Ryan
94  Russell, Michael
100  Sousa, Joao
125  Smyczek, Tim
130  Ram, Rajeev
136  Kudla, Denis
144  Odesnik, Wayne
149  Sock, Jack


 Fish, Baker are injuried and are recovering mode. 

But it looks like Querrey is going up in rankings since he is back in shape now. 

Isner has to get his head back in shape.  He is a little down on himself.

All the rest are trying to grind it out one step at a time it looks.   Kind of surprise that Ryan is not higher in the rankings since in the 50-80 range. 

Looks like Blake and Young are down for now in the Challenger tournaments.