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Re: ATP rankings - U18

There were good results last week by players of the 1990 generation (Janowicz and Daniel Evans semi-finalists in challengers, Michon -born in december- winner of a future in final against Rufin, also 90)
and one player of the 1991 generation (Tsung Hua Yang, finalist in a future)

Here's an update on the 27th of july of the cumulated points since the 1st of january for the 1991-1992 generations (I include the points in futures at once opposite to what the ATP rankings do) :

1. Tomic (1992) 150 points
2. Dimitrov (1991) 97 points
3. Lim Yong Kyu (1991) 92 points
4. Tsung Hua Yang 87 points
5. Bhambri (1992) 78 points
6. Steven Diez (1991) 45 points
7. Harrison (1992) 41 points
8. Krajinovic (1992) 40 points
9. Kuznetsov (1991) 36 points
10. Carreno-Busta (1991) 32 points

In the 1990 generation, the first one so far is Rufin (144 points), then Daniel Evans (125 points) then Del Bonis (104) then Janowicz 96, Vivanco-Guzman (70), Daniel Cox (56) then Belyaev (53), then Ignatik (51), then Goffin (48), Moriya (46), Berankis (45), Pella 41.

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Re: ATP rankings - U18

As of August, 3:

Code:
Bernard Tomic (AUS) (1992)       300
Grigor Dimitrov (BUL)            310
Tsung-Hua Yang (TPE)             335 (career high)
Filip Krajinovic (SRB) (1992)    407 (career high)
Yong-Kyu Lim (KOR)               417 (career high)

Yuki Bhambri (IND) (1992)        498 (career high)
Steven Diez (ESP)                631 (career high)
Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS)           632
Javier Marti (ESP) (1992)        672 (career high)
Ryan Harrison (USA) (1992)       674 (career high)

Nicolas Pastor (ARG)             681 (career high)
Nikoloz Basilashvili (GEO)(1992) 727 (career high)
Pablo Carreno-Busta (ESP)        732 (career high)
Jose Pereira (BRA)               752 (career high)
Alexander Domijan (USA)          787

Di Wu (CHN)                      826 (career high)
Julien Obry (FRA)                867 (career high)
Kevin Konfederak (ARG)           874
Laurynas Grigelis(LTU)           909 (career high)
Chase Buchanan (USA)             942

Juan Vazquez-Valenzuela (ARG)    963
Sunday Emmanuel (NGR)            980
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Re: ATP rankings - U18

Emilio Gomez (ECU, born in 1991) won his first title this week at Ecuador F1
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Re: ATP rankings - U18

Emilio Gomez only 17 years old - really won Ecuador F1 - and will be about ATP820 in rankings 08-17-09. Is Emilio the brother of Andres Gomez - the winner of French Open 1990?

Emilio lost this week at Ecuador F2 to Federico Cavallero(Arg;ATP644) 16 06 - last week Emilio won the same guy in quarters 64 36 63. So Emilio must be tired and need some rest.
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...well I mean: Is Emilio the son of Andres Gomez - of course.
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Re: ATP rankings - U18

Andrey Kuznetsov (1991) won his first future in Russia last week.

Milos Raonic (1990) also nearly beat Fernando Gonzalez in Montreal MS1000 after qualifying.

Here's an update of the number of points since the first of january (note that I count the results of the futures at once):

Generations 1991 and younger :
1. Bernard Tomic (1992) 150 points
2. Grigor Dimitrov (1991) 127 points
3. Lim Yong-Kyu (1991) 92 points
4. Yang Tsung-Hua (1991) 87 points
5. Yuki Bhambri (1992) 78 points
6. Andrey Kuznetsov (1991) 69 points
7. Ryan Harrison (1992) 52 points
8. Steven Diez (1991) 45 points
9. Filip Krajinovic (1992) 43 points
10. Pablo Carreno-Busta (1991) 39 points

Generation 1990:
1. Guillaume Rufin (Fra) 182 points
2. Daniel Evans (GB) 125 points
3. Federico Del Bonis (Arg) 119 points
4. Jerzy Janowicz (Pol) 96 points
5. Andoni Vivanco-Guzman (Esp) 81 points
6. Milos Raonic (Can) 73 points
7. Nils Langer (Ger) 66 points
8. David Goffin (Bel) 65 points
9. Daniel Cox (GB) 65 points
10. Vladzimir Ignatik (Blr) 62 points

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Re: ATP rankings - U18

Eysseric (Russia F4 finalist) and Kontinen (semi in Finland F1) are over 40 race points now (42 and 45)
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Krajinovic reached the final of a challenger, Berankis the semifinal of another one, Ignatik won a future, and here's an update of the number of points since the first of january (note that I count the results of the futures at once):

Generations 1991 and younger :
1. Bernard Tomic (1992) 150 points
2. Grigor Dimitrov (1991) 127 points
3. Lim Yong-Kyu (1991) 92 points
4. Filip Krajinovic (1992) 88 points
5. Yang Tsung-Hua (1991) 87 points
6. Yuki Bhambri (1992) 78 points
7. Andrey Kuznetsov (1991) 69 points
8. Ryan Harrison (1992) 52 points
9. Steven Diez (1991) 45 points
10. Pablo Carreno-Busta (1991) 42 points

Generation 1990:
1. Guillaume Rufin (Fra) 182 points
2. Daniel Evans (GB) 125 points
3. Federico Del Bonis (Arg) 122 points
4. Jerzy Janowicz (Pol) 96 points
5. Vladzimir Ignatik (Blr) 87 points
6. Andoni Vivanco-Guzman (Esp) 81 points
7. Ricardas Berankis (Lit) 75 points
8. Milos Raonic (Can) 73 points
9. David Goffin (Bel) 70 points
10. Nils Langer (Ger) 66 points
10. Daniel Cox (GB) 66 points

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Re: ATP rankings - U18

As of August, 24:
Code:
Grigor Dimitrov (BUL)            266 (career high)
Bernard Tomic (AUS) (1992)       318
Filip Krajinović (SRB) (1992)    319 (career high)
Yong-Kyu Lim (KOR)               400 (career high)
Tsung-Hua Yang (TPE)             439

Yuki Bhambri (IND) (1992)        499
Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS)           512 (career high)
Ryan Harrison (USA) (1992)       606 (career high)
Steven Diez (ESP)                621 (career high)
Javier Martí (ESP) (1992)        660 (career high)

Nicolas Pastor (ARG)             665 (career high)
Pablo Carreño-Busta (ESP)        675 (career high)
Nikoloz Basilashvili (GEO)(1992) 683 (career high)
Alexander Domijan (USA)          697 (career high)
Jose Pereira (BRA)               748

Di Wu (CHN)                      790 (career high)
Emilio Gomez (ECU)               812 (career high) - new 17.8.
Kevin Konfederak (ARG)           840 (career high)
Julien Obry (FRA)                846 (career high)
Laurynas Grigelis(LTU)           854

Chase Buchanan (USA)             914 (career high)
Juan Vazquez-Valenzuela (ARG)    929 (career high)
Marc Giner (ESP)                 934 (career high) - new 17.8.
Sunday Emmanuel (NGR)            988
U18 titles:

Code:
             Futures    Challenger     
              titles     titles        
1991
Dimitrov         3
Lim              3
Kuznetsov        2
Williams         1
Buchanan         1
Yang             1
Carreño-Busta    1
Diez             1
Gomez            1

1992
Tomic                      1
Bhambri          3
Harrison         1
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Re: ATP rankings - U18

Alexander LOBKOV (RUS, born in 1990) won his first title last week at Moscow F5

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Alexander LOBKOV (RUS, born in 1990) won his first title last week at Moscow F5
Yes, but only title holders under 18 years of age are listed (born in 1991 or later).
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Krajinovic reached the final of a challenger, Berankis the semifinal of another one, Ignatik won a future, and here's an update of the number of points since the first of january (note that I count the results of the futures at once):



Generation 1990:
1. Guillaume Rufin (Fra) 182 points
2. Daniel Evans (GB) 125 points
3. Federico Del Bonis (Arg) 122 points
4. Jerzy Janowicz (Pol) 96 points
5. Vladzimir Ignatik (Blr) 87 points
6. Andoni Vivanco-Guzman (Esp) 81 points
7. Ricardas Berankis (Lit) 75 points
8. Milos Raonic (Can) 73 points
9. David Goffin (Bel) 70 points
10. Nils Langer (Ger) 66 points
10. Daniel Cox (GB) 66 points
He is born 7 october. His age is 18

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I understand now, you were reffering to race points.

Duong listed just first 10 in race. Lobkov has 55 points and is currently 14th in the "1990 race" following Moriya-61 and Belyaev-56 (Almaty points not included).
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He is born 7 october. His age is 18
So is Andoni Vivanco's, born 15 october, e.g.
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Generations 1994 and younger:

1 Liam Broady 1
2 Everyone else 0

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Good to see Eysseric and Kontinen get some form

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