Yup. From the Argentine contigent, only Del Potro has any business being ranked ahead of him.
The fact that David is ranked behind the likes of Chela and Berlocq is facepalm-inducing.
I wish he could find a second win in the final years of his career like Fish did (of course David, being far more talented than Fish, could do a lot more damage).
Even though he looks alot fitter than in recent years, he lacks in consistency. The problem with David is the same as it has always been: he doesn't train enough. I am convinced that his lack of training has also lead to atleast half of his injuries. On a good day he can beat literally anyone, but the chance of him maintaining his toplevel for more than a set is less than 5%.
Murray is having a so-so year though, so who knows?