Originally Posted by crouching
Race points as of today, before the Safin/Hewitt match in Paris
2. Roddick - 671
3. Hewitt - 648
4. Safin - 497
At this point, any of these three can, mathematically, be the year-end No. 2.
I wonder if Safin can do it? I guess he'll probably need to to do very well in Paris and Houston. At the very least, he'll need to win one and be a finalist in the other, and win two or three of his Round Robin matches.
We'll know more after tonight's match in Paris...
Regardless, I'm very amazed that Safin actually has a shot of becoming No. 2, considering his low ranking at the start of the year!
I'm cheering for Potato, if Marat can't do it.
By te way I'm so amazed at Marat. The way he was playing this year... Tell me why is he in the top-5?