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Interesting read. Thanks for posting it.
I wonder how much the list changes over time, is the list at the beginning of the year,e.g., much different then this one.
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Interesting read. Thanks for posting it.
I wonder how much the list changes over time, is the list at the beginning of the year,e.g., much different then this one.
Glad you liked it. At the beginning of the year the top 6 of the list would of been there (up to Cilic) except Murray (who is one week older than Djokovic). Young would have missed out because Nishikori was higher ranked (and younger). Out of the rest, Tomic would have definitely still been on the list but I'm not sure of the rest.

Maybe I'll post the list again at the start of next year so we can see how it has changed and how the players on this list are progressing.

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Maybe I'll post the list again at the start of next year so we can see how it has changed and how the players on this list are progressing.
That would be great.

Your list helped me finding errors in my 1993 Race list (Yevseyev-not listed and Lopez-born in 1992).
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That would be great.

Your list helped me finding errors in my 1993 Race list (Yevseyev-not listed and Lopez-born in 1992).
And thank you for kindly pointing out the errors in my list. Ricardo Rodriguez (VEN) is in SteveG's player database as being born in 1983. However his ATP profile and CoreTennis profile say he was born in April 1993 which is enough evidence for me.

Rodriguez hence makes the list, so there are 18 players with no one ranked above them who is younger.
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Interesting list

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Maybe I'll post the list again at the start of next year so we can see how it has changed and how the players on this list are progressing.
It is interesting. Thanks.
At the start of next year, I know Nishikori will be way off the chart. But he will have protected ranking of 106, though.
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Last week challenger semi-final for Harrison (who jumped to 371 in the rankings ; Bhambri jumps to 346), futures wins for Andrey Kuznetsov (1991), and Rafael Camilo (1990), futures finals for Kontinen and Copil (I may forget one performance : please add him ).

Here's an update on the 12th of october of the top-10s for 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) 143 points
3. Yuki Bhambri (1992) 120 points
4. Filip Krajinovic (1992) 114 points
5. Ryan Harrison (1992) 105 points
6. Lim Yong-Kyu (1991) 95 points
7. Yang Tsung-Hua (1991) 92 points
8. Andrey Kuznetsov (1991) 91 points
9. Pablo Carreno-Busta (1991) 55 points
10. Nikoloz Basilashvili (1992) 48 points

Generation 1990:
1. Federico Del Bonis (Arg) 225 points
2. Guillaume Rufin (Fra) 204 points
3. Vladzimir Ignatik (Blr) 148 points
4. Daniel Evans (GB) 131 points
5. Jerzy Janowicz (Pol) 119 points
6. David Goffin (Bel) 118 points
7. Milos Raonic (Can) 104 points
8. Guido Pella (Arg) 92 points
9. Andoni Vivanco-Guzman (Esp) 90 points
10. Ricardas Berankis (Lit) 89 points

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Re: ATP rankings - U18

Harrison is turning it on these last few weeks. Three consecutive weeks of tournaments and performing at all three.
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Thanks for the race standings. Interesting to see that 4 of the top 5 in the 1991 and younger race are born in 1992.

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Last week challenger semi-final for Harrison (who jumped to 371 in the rankings ; Bhambri jumps to 346), futures wins for Andrey Kuznetsov (1991), and Rafael Camilo (1990), futures finals for Kontinen and Copil (I may forget one performance : please add him ).
Eduardo Struvay (1990) was a finalist in Venezuela futures.
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October, 12

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Filip Krajinović (SRB) (1992)    282 (career high)
Bernard Tomic (AUS) (1992)       296
Grigor Dimitrov (BUL)            308
Yuki Bhambri (IND) (1992)        346 (career high)
Ryan Harrison (USA) (1992)       371 (career high)

Tsung-Hua Yang (TPE)             381
Yong-Kyu Lim (KOR)               399
Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS)           467 (career high)
Pablo Carreño-Busta (ESP)        543 (career high)
Nikoloz Basilashvili (GEO)(1992) 576

Steven Díez (ESP)                596
Laurynas Grigelis(LTU)           621 (career high)
Alexander Domijan (USA)          662 (career high)
Nicolás Pastor (ARG)             674
Di Wu (CHN)                      739 (career high)

Emilio Gómez (ECU)               760 (career high)
José Pereira (BRA)               774
Marc Giner (ESP)                 838 (career high)
Javier Martí (ESP) (1992)        839
Chase Buchanan (USA)             843 (career high)

Kevin Konfederak (ARG)           866
Arthur De Greef (BEL) (1992)     877 (career high) - new
Juan Pablo Ortíz (ARG)           891 (career high)
Facundo Argüello (ARG) (1992)    924 (career high) - new
Borut Puc (SLO)                  934 (career high)

Suk-Young Jeong (KOR) (1993)     943 (career high)
Guido Andreozzi (ARG)            951 (career high)
Jordan Cox (USA) (1992)          970 (career high)
André Baran (BRA)                978 (career high)
Juan Vázquez-Valenzuela (ARG)    986

Yannick Reuter (BEL)             995 (career high) - new
Tzvetan Mihov (BUL)             1000
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Interesting to see that 4 of the top 5 in the 1991 and younger race are born in 1992.
And the same is in the U18 rankings.
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And the same is in the U18 rankings.
Thanks for that John Madden...

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Last week futures finals for Yang Tsung-Hua (1991) and Brunken (1990) (please add players I would forget )

Here's an update on the 19th of october of the top-10s for 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) 143 points
3. Yuki Bhambri (1992) 120 points
4. Filip Krajinovic (1992) 114 points
5. Yang Tsung-Hua (1991) 106 points
6. Ryan Harrison (1992) 105 points
7. Lim Yong-Kyu (1991) 95 points
8. Andrey Kuznetsov (1991) 91 points
9. Pablo Carreno-Busta (1991) 55 points
10. Nikoloz Basilashvili (1992) 48 points

Generation 1990:
1. Federico Del Bonis (Arg) 225 points
2. Guillaume Rufin (Fra) 204 points
3. Vladzimir Ignatik (Blr) 148 points
4. Daniel Evans (GB) 131 points
5. Jerzy Janowicz (Pol) 124 points
6. David Goffin (Bel) 118 points
7. Milos Raonic (Can) 104 points
8. Guido Pella (Arg) 97 points
9. Andoni Vivanco-Guzman (Esp) 90 points
10. Ricardas Berankis (Lit), Facundo Bagnis (Arg) and Nils Langer (Ger) 89 points

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Jeff Sock (born 1992) made the semis at USA F25
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Jeff Sock (born 1992) made the semis at USA F25
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