And let's talk about the weeks as no.1. Now Rafa has a lead of 4200 points ahead of Djokovic and Federer. The Swiss should be no.2 by the end of the season. So, let say that in the beginning of 2011 season Nadal will have a lead of 4000 points. He could add some more in Melbourne, but let's put it roughly and say that the lead will remain the same and the distance with Nole will also be the same-about 4000 points. So, Rafa guarantees his no.1 spot at least to Indian Wells which means 9-10 weeks more in 2011. There are 11 weeks remaining in 2010, so Rafa will have been no.1 for about 85-86 weeks by Indian Wells. There, if the difference goes close,the same is for Miami, for example- 2700-2800 points(and that is if Rafa doesn't play well and loses early in the tournaments). So 4 more weeks=90 weeks by the end of Miami. Fedmug should not play Monte Carlo and I think Rafa will win it easily. Then in Rome, Federer can make the difference to about 2000 points, again if Rafa doesn't play well and in Madrid maybe the distance will remain about 2000 points and that means 97 weeks before Roland Garros. BUT, by French Open, Rafa could actually extend his lead, or at least keep his lead to 2500-3000 points. So by Paris, Rafa should be sure that he will be no.1 in the world. Let's say it for 97 weeks. If he keeps this difference by Wimbledon, not only he will make 101 weeks, but Rafa will be in a good position to remain no.1 after Wimbledon, respectively before US Open, because he doesn't have many points to defend from Canada and Cincy. So I think that Rafa will be no.1 at least by the US Open 2011, which means about 111 weeks as ATP no.1. 65 consecutive.
I hope, you will understand what I mean. My English is not very good and I don't know whether I have explained clearly the things, I wanted to say.
And I am very tired because it's almost midnight in Bulgaria