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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-02-2004, 11:42 AM
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Re: 2004 Masters Series Leaders

Federer must have more than that: 3 wins + 3rd round Miami, 2nd round Rome, 1st round Cincinnati = 323? Not that it makes much difference
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Well done David, with just 5 TMS played!
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Miami has a 96 Draw
He lost to Nadal in his second Match which only gave him 7 Points
Oh yes, of course - 7 rounds.
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lol
if there's a GS leader thread that would be funny

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Gaudio is 55th with 28 Points from 8 Appearances

and is in the Tennis Masters Cup
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Wow..
Roger got 315 pts in 6 TMS (300 pts for 3 titles and 15 pts for 3 other tournaments) and 600 pts in 3 slams.


And Gaudio, he never earned more than 7 pts in any TMS.
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just shows that if ivan had even decent gs results he'd be ranked high...

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Well done David, with just 5 TMS played!
Yes - a great achievement.

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Re: 2004 Masters Series Leaders

Roger


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Well, speaking of achivements, Corias point average is 1#, even over Roger's...
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Marat second best for the Year
Is this updated?

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Re: 2004 Masters Series Leaders

((RANT ON)) Is this legit, because it deosn't make any sense to me?

Is this ranked by how many matches won within the Master's tournaments or the tournaments alone?

Because I don't understand placing Marat over Roger because he won more matches, BUT won less tournaments.

For example: If Roger had ONLY played and WON the Aussie Open, W, and the USO Lleyton would get some type of senority(sp) in the GrandSlams if he played ALL FOUR but ONLY made the finals, giving Roger a record of 21-0 in GS for the year and Lleyton 24-0.

THERE IS NO WAY IN HELL I WOULD PUT LLEYTON'S "FOUR FINAL APPEARANCES" OVER ROGER'S "THREE FINAL WINS".

((RANT PAUSE))



((RANT ON)) Last year I believe Roddick had the best year in the TMS, but Federer played slightly more matches, had slightly more points, but did not under any circumstances hold ANY weight over Roddick's back-to-back TMS titles.

Too many meaningless ranks/polls/blah blah blah.((RANT OFF))

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Always wanna take it to the full out extent,
Always wanna make it seem like good intent,
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