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Fastest fallers in 2009

In addition to the thread about fastest climbers in 2009 - I decided to make a list of those who lost their rankings in the most rapid way. Here it is, comparing 02/11/2009 to 05/01/2009:

Players out of the rankings:

1. Robin Haase [HOL] - from 124 to n/a
2. Mathieu Montcourt [FRA, r.i.p] - from 151 to n/a
3. Jonas Bjorkman [SWE] - from 167 to n/a
4. Younes El Ayanoui [MOR] - from 191 to n/a
5. Martin Verkerk [HOL] - from 261 to n/a
6. Alun Jones [AUS] - from 446 to n/a
7. Hugo Armando [USA] - from 457 to n/a
8. Nathan Healey [AUS] - from 500 to n/a
9. Alberto Francis [USA] - from 503 to n/a
10. Max Mirnyi [BLR] - from 521 to n/a

Biggest fall in the rankings:

1. Nicolas Coutelot [FRA] (-1255 positions) - from 282 to 1537
2. David Diaz-Ventura [ESP] (-1032 positions) - from 395 to 1427
3. Werner Eschauer [AUT] (-947 positions) - from 590 to 1537
4. Diego Hartfield [ARG] (-927 positions) - from 164 to 1091
5. Andre Ghem [BRA] (-916 positions) - from 226 to 1142
6. Artur Chernov [RUS] (-894 positions) - from 629 to 1523
7. Damian Patriarca [ARG] (-879 positions) - from 501 to 1380
8. Kevin Botti [FRA] (-848 positions) - from 930 to 1778
9. Vjekoslav Skenderovic [CRO] (-829 positions) - from 505 to 1334
10. Milan Pokrajac [CAN] (-811 positions) - from 531 to 1342

other "honourable" mentions:

15. Jeroen Masson [BEL] (-762 positions) - from 329 to 1091
24. Adrian Cruciat [ROM] (-680 positions) - from 174 to 854
33. Dusan Vemic [SRB] (-629 positions) - from 236 to 865
46. Sebastien Grosjean [FRA] (-542 positions) - from 165 to 707
69. Thomas Johansson [SWE] (-470 positions) - from 146 to 616
71. Bohdan Ulihrach [CZE] (-469 positions) - from 336 to 805
90. Carlos Moya [ESP] (-421 positions) - from 42 to 463
117. Kei Nishikori [JPN] (-368 positions) - from 61 to 429
132. Agustin Calleri [ARG] (-342 positions) - from 62 to 404
158. Lukas Dlouhy [CZE] (-296 positions) - from 180 to 476

Biggest fall out of Top100:

1. Carlos Moya [ESP] (-421 positions) - from 42 to 463
2. Kei Nishikori [JPN] (-368 positions) - from 61 to 429
3. Agustin Calleri [ARG] (-342 positions) - from 62 to 404
4. Vincent Spadea [USA] (-207 positions) - from 82 to 289
5. Nicolas Devilder [FRA] (-167 positions) - from 72 to 239
6. Gilles Muller [LUX] (-162 positions) - from 94 to 256
7. Nicolas Mahut [FRA] (-126 positions) - from 93 to 219
8. Guillermo Canas [ARG] (-123 positions) - from 78 to 201
9. Diego Junqueira [ARG] (-119 positions) - from 77 to 196
10. Bobby Reynolds [USA] (-107 positions) - from 68 to 175

Biggest fall out of Top25:

1. David Nalbandian [ARG] (-58 positions) - from 11 to 69
2. Dmitry Tursunov [RUS] (-36 positions) - from 24 to 60
3. Richard Gasquet [FRA] (-34 positions) - from 23 to 57
4. James Blake [USA] (-31 positions) - from 10 to 41
5. Mardy Fish [USA] (-30 positions) - from 22 to 52

Biggest fall out of Top10:

1. James Blake [USA] (-31 positions) - from 10 to 41
2. Gilles Simon [FRA] (-6 positions) - from 6 to 12


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Ghem has been injured all year long, he'll come back in 2010 with a protected ranking.
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gulbis should be on that list too
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Poor Nishikori. I really hope he recovers soon. He would be nothing but good for the game

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Problem with this list is its stuffed with those who've dropped hard due to not playing (due to injuries or whatever).

Might be interesting to compile a list of form drops purely because of form.
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Problem with this list is its stuffed with those who've dropped hard due to not playing (due to injuries or whatever).

Might be interesting to compile a list of form drops purely because of form.
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Then it will have to be Muller, Gulbis, Schwank and maybe some other non top 200 players.

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gulbis should be on that list too
He lost "only" 39 positions (from 53 to 92)
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Then it will have to be Muller, Gulbis, Schwank and maybe some other non top 200 players.
Schwank is on 11th place in "out of Top100", after Reynolds (-103 positions)
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In addition to the thread about fastest climbers in 2009 - I decided to make a list of those who lost their rankings in the most rapid way. Here it is, comparing 02/11/2009 to 05/01/2009:

Players out of the rankings:

1. Robin Haase [HOL] - from 124 to n/a
2. Mathieu Montcourt [FRA, r.i.p] - from 151 to n/a
3. Jonas Bjorkman [SWE] - from 167 to n/a
4. Younes El Ayanoui [MOR] - from 191 to n/a
5. Martin Verkerk [HOL] - from 261 to n/a
6. Alun Jones [AUS] - from 446 to n/a
7. Hugo Armando [USA] - from 457 to n/a
8. Nathan Healey [AUS] - from 500 to n/a
9. Alberto Francis [USA] - from 503 to n/a
10. Max Mirnyi [BLR] - from 521 to n/a

Biggest fall in the rankings:

1. Nicolas Coutelot [FRA] (-1255 positions) - from 282 to 1537
2. David Diaz-Ventura [ESP] (-1032 positions) - from 395 to 1427
3. Werner Eschauer [AUT] (-947 positions) - from 590 to 1537
4. Diego Hartfield [ARG] (-927 positions) - from 164 to 1091
5. Andre Ghem [BRA] (-916 positions) - from 226 to 1142
6. Artur Chernov [RUS] (-894 positions) - from 629 to 1523
7. Damian Patriarca [ARG] (-879 positions) - from 501 to 1380
8. Kevin Botti [FRA] (-848 positions) - from 930 to 1778
9. Vjekoslav Skenderovic [CRO] (-829 positions) - from 505 to 1334
10. Milan Pokrajac [CAN] (-811 positions) - from 531 to 1342

other "honourable" mentions:

15. Jeroen Masson [BEL] (-762 positions) - from 329 to 1091
24. Adrian Cruciat [ROM] (-680 positions) - from 174 to 854
33. Dusan Vemic [SRB] (-629 positions) - from 236 to 865
46. Sebastien Grosjean [FRA] (-542 positions) - from 165 to 707
69. Thomas Johansson [SWE] (-470 positions) - from 146 to 616
71. Bohdan Ulihrach [CZE] (-469 positions) - from 336 to 805
90. Carlos Moya [ESP] (-421 positions) - from 42 to 463
117. Kei Nishikori [JPN] (-368 positions) - from 61 to 429
132. Agustin Calleri [ARG] (-342 positions) - from 62 to 404
158. Lukas Dlouhy [CZE] (-296 positions) - from 180 to 476

Biggest fall out of Top100:

1. Carlos Moya [ESP] (-421 positions) - from 42 to 463
2. Kei Nishikori [JPN] (-368 positions) - from 61 to 429
3. Agustin Calleri [ARG] (-342 positions) - from 62 to 404
4. Vincent Spadea [USA] (-207 positions) - from 82 to 289
5. Nicolas Devilder [FRA] (-167 positions) - from 72 to 239
6. Gilles Muller [LUX] (-162 positions) - from 94 to 256
7. Nicolas Mahut [FRA] (-126 positions) - from 93 to 219
8. Guillermo Canas [ARG] (-123 positions) - from 78 to 201
9. Diego Junqueira [ARG] (-119 positions) - from 77 to 196
10. Bobby Reynolds [USA] (-107 positions) - from 68 to 175

Biggest fall out of Top25:

1. David Nalbandian [ARG] (-58 positions) - from 11 to 69
2. Dmitry Tursunov [RUS] (-36 positions) - from 24 to 60
3. Richard Gasquet [FRA] (-34 positions) - from 23 to 57
4. James Blake [USA] (-31 positions) - from 10 to 41
5. Mardy Fish [USA] (-30 positions) - from 22 to 52

Biggest fall out of Top10:

1. James Blake [USA] (-31 positions) - from 10 to 41
2. Gilles Simon [FRA] (-6 positions) - from 6 to 12

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Haase... I hope he will ever come back...

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In addition to the thread about fastest climbers in 2009 - I decided to make a list of those who lost their rankings in the most rapid way. Here it is, comparing 02/11/2009 to 05/01/2009:

Players out of the rankings:

1. Robin Haase [HOL] - from 124 to n/a
2. Mathieu Montcourt [FRA, r.i.p] - from 151 to n/a3. Jonas Bjorkman [SWE] - from 167 to n/a
4. Younes El Ayanoui [MOR] - from 191 to n/a
5. Martin Verkerk [HOL] - from 261 to n/a
6. Alun Jones [AUS] - from 446 to n/a
7. Hugo Armando [USA] - from 457 to n/a
8. Nathan Healey [AUS] - from 500 to n/a
9. Alberto Francis [USA] - from 503 to n/a
10. Max Mirnyi [BLR] - from 521 to n/a

Biggest fall in the rankings:

1. Nicolas Coutelot [FRA] (-1255 positions) - from 282 to 1537
2. David Diaz-Ventura [ESP] (-1032 positions) - from 395 to 1427
3. Werner Eschauer [AUT] (-947 positions) - from 590 to 1537
4. Diego Hartfield [ARG] (-927 positions) - from 164 to 1091
5. Andre Ghem [BRA] (-916 positions) - from 226 to 1142
6. Artur Chernov [RUS] (-894 positions) - from 629 to 1523
7. Damian Patriarca [ARG] (-879 positions) - from 501 to 1380
8. Kevin Botti [FRA] (-848 positions) - from 930 to 1778
9. Vjekoslav Skenderovic [CRO] (-829 positions) - from 505 to 1334
10. Milan Pokrajac [CAN] (-811 positions) - from 531 to 1342

other "honourable" mentions:

15. Jeroen Masson [BEL] (-762 positions) - from 329 to 1091
24. Adrian Cruciat [ROM] (-680 positions) - from 174 to 854
33. Dusan Vemic [SRB] (-629 positions) - from 236 to 865
46. Sebastien Grosjean [FRA] (-542 positions) - from 165 to 707
69. Thomas Johansson [SWE] (-470 positions) - from 146 to 616
71. Bohdan Ulihrach [CZE] (-469 positions) - from 336 to 805
90. Carlos Moya [ESP] (-421 positions) - from 42 to 463
117. Kei Nishikori [JPN] (-368 positions) - from 61 to 429
132. Agustin Calleri [ARG] (-342 positions) - from 62 to 404
158. Lukas Dlouhy [CZE] (-296 positions) - from 180 to 476

Biggest fall out of Top100:

1. Carlos Moya [ESP] (-421 positions) - from 42 to 463
2. Kei Nishikori [JPN] (-368 positions) - from 61 to 429
3. Agustin Calleri [ARG] (-342 positions) - from 62 to 404
4. Vincent Spadea [USA] (-207 positions) - from 82 to 289
5. Nicolas Devilder [FRA] (-167 positions) - from 72 to 239
6. Gilles Muller [LUX] (-162 positions) - from 94 to 256
7. Nicolas Mahut [FRA] (-126 positions) - from 93 to 219
8. Guillermo Canas [ARG] (-123 positions) - from 78 to 201
9. Diego Junqueira [ARG] (-119 positions) - from 77 to 196
10. Bobby Reynolds [USA] (-107 positions) - from 68 to 175

Biggest fall out of Top25:

1. David Nalbandian [ARG] (-58 positions) - from 11 to 69
2. Dmitry Tursunov [RUS] (-36 positions) - from 24 to 60
3. Richard Gasquet [FRA] (-34 positions) - from 23 to 57
4. James Blake [USA] (-31 positions) - from 10 to 41
5. Mardy Fish [USA] (-30 positions) - from 22 to 52

Biggest fall out of Top10:

1. James Blake [USA] (-31 positions) - from 10 to 41
2. Gilles Simon [FRA] (-6 positions) - from 6 to 12

did not know about it.when it was?
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Can anyone shed any light what's up with Haase? He should have had the knee surgery a long while ago. Is he not coming back or it will just take more time?
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