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Re: Post-junior generation (1992) : ATP Race points 2011 and career best rankings

Points earned in 2011 until the 7th of February (top-10 only):

1. Bernard Tomic 131 points
2. Ryan Harrison 92 points
3. Javier Martí 32 points
4. Benjamin Mitchell 18* points
5. Jack Sock 12 points
6. Henri Laaksonen and Agustin Velotti 10 points
8. Marton Fucsovics 8 points
9. Alexander Rumyantsev 7 points
10. David Souto 5 points

*I've counted 3 points for him (and Duckworth) qualifying for 50K MD although 5 points listed on qualifying draw sheet

Career best ATP rankings - top 1000, new career highs reached on February 7

524. Alexander Rumyantsev (RUS)
525. Benjamin Mitchell (AUS)
608. Renzo Olivo (ARG)
679. Micke Kontinen (FIN)
700. James Duckworth (AUS)
719. Guilherme Clezar (BRA)
742. Sami Reinwein (GER)
979. Damir Džumhur (BIH) new

Most remarkable results by:

- Tomic (#182) who reached SF in 50K Burnie Challenger.

- Mitchell (#607) who qualified and reached Burnie challenger QF by defeating Ivo Klec (#236) and Erik Chvojka (#412) before losing to Tomic.

- Marti and Velotti who reached 10K futures finals. Marti (#308) who was the sixth seed defeated second seed Alexander Flock (#244) on his way to final where he lost to first seed Guillermo Olaso (#229). Unseeded Velotti (#561) defeated fifth seed Alexandre Folie (#482) and lost the final to second seed Marcel Felder (#406).

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Re: Post-junior generation (1992) : ATP Race points 2011 and career best rankings

So, Javi is the third in his generation? Nice

But the list seems incomplete without Krajinovic
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Re: Post-junior generation (1992) : ATP Race points 2011 and career best rankings

Points earned in 2011 until the 14th of February (top-10 only):

1. Bernard Tomic 179 points
2. Ryan Harrison 92 points
3. Javier Martí 33 points
4. Benjamin Mitchell 18 points
5. Jack Sock 12 points
6. Henri Laaksonen and Agustin Velotti 10 points
8. Marton Fucsovics 8 points
9. Alexander Rumyantsev 7 points
10. David Souto 6 points

Career best ATP rankings - top 1000, new career highs reached on February 14

295. Javier Martí (ESP)
606. Renzo Olivo (ARG)
677. Micke Kontinen (FIN)
683. Daniel Kosakowski (USA)
694. Martín Cuevas (URU)
735. Sami Reinwein (GER)
780. Juan Sebastián Gómez (COL)
978. Damir Džumhur (BIH)

Most remarkable results by:

- Tomic (#208) who reached final in 50K Caloundra Challenger where he was the seventh seed. He defeated Peter Polansky (#200), John Millman (#220), Ivo Klec (#234) and eighth seed Matthew Ebden (#197) on his way to final in which he lost to fifth seed Grega Zemlja (#174) 6-7(4) 3-6 and it was the first tie break he lost this year.

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Re: Post-junior generation (1992) : ATP Race points 2011 and career best rankings

Points earned in 2011 until the 21st of February (top-10 only):

1. Bernard Tomic 179 points
2. Ryan Harrison 92 points
3. Javier Martí 33 points
4. Benjamin Mitchell 18 points
5. Jack Sock 12 points
6. Henri Laaksonen and Agustin Velotti 10 points
8. Marton Fucsovics 8 points
9. Alexander Rumyantsev and David Souto 7 points

Career best ATP rankings - top 1000, new career highs reached on February 21

To come.

Most remarkable results by:

- Mina (#513) who reached quarterfinal in 10K futures in Turkey.
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Hi Springer and deeply sorry for having left the forum and left you with that

... but I honestly knew you would do it better than me

Most important news is that Ben Mitchell won a future on grass two weeks ago then got to 45 points (+27) and now has qualified for a challenger first round in China defeating Bubka and Oswald (but Bubla had a lucky loser awarded then maybe didn't give it all after Mitchell came back one set-all), but has unfortunately lost in first round to Rieschick.

I hope for you that Krajinovic will come back strong from his injury and join the hyped youngsters of this year like Raonic, Harrison, Tomic or Dimitrov among whom he belongs

I also hope it in a lesser extent for Bhambri who has left the radars for so long now

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Hi Springer and deeply sorry for having left the forum and left you with that
Good to see you're back, duong I've already had the file and maintained it, as you know, and points part was no trouble but writing weekly highlights was a PITA.

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... but I honestly knew you would do it better than me
Do you still keep your file(s) updated? I hope that you do and that you can check the accuracy of the data in my posts

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Most important news is that Ben Mitchell won a future on grass two weeks ago then got to 45 points (+27) and now has qualified for a challenger first round in China defeating Bubka and Oswald (but Bubla had a lucky loser awarded then maybe didn't give it all after Mitchell came back one set-all), but has unfortunately lost in first round to Rieschick.

I hope for you that Krajinovic will come back strong from his injury and join the hyped youngsters of this year like Raonic, Harrison, Tomic or Dimitrov among whom he belongs

I also hope it in a lesser extent for Bhambri who has left the radars for so long now
Glad you updated with Mitchell's result while I wasn't around.

Thank you for the nice hopes for me.
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Do you still keep your file(s) updated? I hope that you do and that you can check the accuracy of the data in my posts
yes I do and we had the same results

surprisingly for me by the way because I don't do it as seriously as before and I relied on you to be sure that I didn't miss a player

by the way, if I don't make any mistake, here's an update in the end of last week (21st of March)

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 204 points
2. Ryan Harrison (USA) 197 points
3. Benjamin Mitchell (Aus) 48 points
4. Javier Marti (Esp) and Yuki Bhambri (Ind) 35 points (Bhambri just won a future ... in India again )
6. Jack Sock (USA) 27 points
7. Alexander Rumyantsev (Rus) 20 points
8. Gianni Mina (Fra) 13 points
9. Victor Baluda (Rus) 11 points
10. Laaksonen (Fin), Velotti (Arg), Schwartzman (Arg) and Cox (USA) 10 points

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Rankings update, new carrer high stands for career best achieved on March 21, 2011

Code:
130. Ryan Harrison (USA)                    new career high
170. Filip Krajinović (SRB)                  
180. Bernard Tomic (AUS)                    new career high
294. Javier Martí (ESP)                      
308. Facundo Argüello (ARG)                  
321. Yuki Bhambri (IND)                      
397. Diego Sebastián Schwartzman (ARG)      new career high
429. David Souto (VEN)                       
436. Benjamin Mitchell (AUS)                new career high
449. Jordan Cox (USA)                       new career high
460. Denis Kudla (USA)                          
479. Gianni Mina (FRA)                      new career high
490. Alexander Rumyantsev (RUS)             new career high
506. Nikoloz Basilashvili (GEO)              
533. Agustín Velotti (ARG)                   
559. Andrea Collarini (ARG)                  
592. Jack Sock (USA)				
606. Renzo Olivo (ARG)                       
610. Yasutaka Uchiyama (JPN)                new career high
646. Richard Muzaev (RUS)                       
646. Federico Gaio (ITA)                    new career high
673. Micke Kontinen (FIN)                   new career high
674. James Duckworth (AUS)                  new career high
682. Daniel Kosakowski (USA)                  
693. Martín Cuevas (URU)                    new career high
707. Sami Reinwein (GER)                    new career high
717. Guilherme Clezar (BRA)                  
737. Arthur De Greef (BEL)                   
746. Victor Baluda (RUS)                    new career high
758. Kevin Krawietz (GER)                       
762. Juan Sebastián Gómez (COL)              
778. Liang-Chi Huang (TPE)                  new career high
791. Daniel Berta (SWE)                      
807. Duilio Beretta (PER)                    
808. Dovydas Šakinis (LTU)                   
828. Justin Eleveld (NED)  
828. Henri Laaksonen (FIN)               
849. Medy Chettar (FRA)                     new career high
865. Diego Galeano (PAR)                     
878. Martin Prikryl (SVK)                    
908. Serizhan Yessenbekov (KAZ)              
917. Marton Fucsovics (HUN)            
929. Johannes Robert Van Overbeek (USA) 
951. Tomás Buchhass (ARG)                    
956. Bowen Ouyang (CHN)                     new career high
976. Alessandro Colella (ITA)          
977. Damir Džumhur (BIH)                    
980. Federico Coria (ARG)                    
981. Pavel Filin (BLR)                 
1000. Bruno Semenzato (BRA)
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update on the 28th of March (future qf for Bhambri) :

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 204 points
2. Ryan Harrison (USA) 197 points
3. Benjamin Mitchell (Aus) 48 points
4. Yuki Bhambri (Ind) 38 points
5. Javier Marti (Esp) 35 points
6. Jack Sock (USA) 27 points
7. Alexander Rumyantsev (Rus) 21 points
8. Gianni Mina (Fra) 13 points
9. Victor Baluda (Rus) 11 points
10. Laaksonen (Fin), Velotti (Arg), Schwartzman (Arg) and Cox (USA) 10 points

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This week: Futures SF for Schwartzman (Chile), QFs for Souto (Spain), Basilashvili (USA), Krawietz (Croatia), De Greef (Spain), Lupieri (Croatia) and Escoffier (Thailand).

1. Bernard Tomic 204 points
2. Ryan Harrison 197 points
3. Benjamin Mitchell 49 points
4. Yuki Bhambri 38 points
5. Javier Martí 35 points
6. Jack Sock 27 points
7. Alexander Rumyantsev 21 points
8. Diego Sebastián Schwartzman 16 points
9. Gianni Mina 13 points
10. Viktor Baluda and David Souto 11 points

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Points:

1. Bernard Tomic 220 points
2. Ryan Harrison 197 points
3. Javier Martí 92 points
4. Benjamin Mitchell 57 points
5. Yuki Bhambri 48 points
6. Diego Sebastián Schwartzman and Agustín Velotti 29 points
8. Jack Sock 27 points
9. Guilherme Clezar 24 points
10. Alexander Rumyantsev and Jozef Kovalik 21 points

Personal best ranking improvement:
Code:
128. Ryan Harrison (USA)                       
173. Bernard Tomic (AUS)     		       
244. Javier Martí (ESP)                        
374. Diego Sebastián Schwartzman (ARG)         
426. Benjamin Mitchell (AUS)                   
447. Denis Kudla (USA)                         
479. Alexander Rumyantsev (RUS)                
489. Agustín Velotti (ARG)                     
568. Guilherme Clezar (BRA)                    
583. Jack Sock (USA)				
586. Renzo Olivo (ARG)                         
602. Yasutaka Uchiyama (JPN)                    
637. Federico Gaio (ITA)                     	   
642. Victor Baluda (RUS)                     	
651. James Duckworth (AUS)                     
662. Martín Cuevas (URU)                       
678. Duilio Beretta (PER)                   	
690. Sami Reinwein (GER)                       
699. Kevin Krawietz (GER)                       
745. Liang-Chi Huang (TPE)                     
760. Marton Fucsovics (HUN)                    
781. Medy Chettar (FRA)                                
853. Jozef Kovalik (SVK)                      
876. Alessandro Colella (ITA)                  
878. Antonio Lupieri (CRO)                     
927. Sam Barry (IRL)                          
948. Florian Fallert (GER)                    
960. Darian King (BAR)                         
980. Francisco Dias (POR)                       
984. Mike Vermeer (LUX)
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Clezar won Brazil Future 14!

He won 18 points in ATP Rankings, and will be number 460 when the points count.


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James Duckworth up to 405 on the back of good performances at 3 Poland Future events (2 wins, 1 SF)
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any updates??

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Clezar won another Future some weeks ago. He will enter in top 400 in next ranking...


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