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Re: ATP rankings - U18

the 1991 are all on the ATP-Tour..that is the thing of this..mostly the "olders" only play Aussie Open, maybe French Open and then go pro...it is better for them.

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Re: ATP rankings - U18

1993 Race points update - Tiago Fernandes got 5 more (Brazil F25 semi), Celestin Nkoueleue got his first one (Senegal F1). Congrats to both!

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Jeong, Suk-Young (KOR)       11
Fernandes, Tiago (BRA)        9
Boluda-Purkiss, Carlos (ESP)  7
Rodriguez, Ricardo (VEN)      5
Berman, Sean (USA)            2
Kuzmanov, Dimitar (BUL)       2
Sorgi, Joao Pedro (BRA)       2
Sell, Karue (BRA)             1
Mantilla, Felipe (COL)        1
Golding, Oliver (GBR)         1
Tsivadze, George (GEO)        1
Agamenone, Franco (ARG)       1
Pavic, Mate (CRO)             1
Julian Busch (ARG)            1
Andrew Bettles (GBR)          1
Yevseyev, Denis (KAZ)         1
Celestin Nkoueleue            1
Note: Those futures points will be added to their ATP ranking on November 9.
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Last week futures wins for Kontinen and Pospisil (90).

Futures final for Guilherme Clezar (Brasil, born 31st of december 92) ... who beat Tiago Fernandes (Brasil, born january 1993) in semifinal.

Andrey Kuznetsov (1991) won his first match on the ATP world tour against Marcel Granollers in St Petersburg.

Futures finals for Saavedra-Corvalan and Van den Bulcke (90)

(please add some if I forgot)

Here's an update on the 2nd of november of the top-10s for the number of points since the beginning of the year (best 18) (note that I count the results of the futures at once).

Please note that from this week, and after talking with Springer89, I chose to count a maximum of 18 results, which is the maximum number of results which can be counted fot the ATP rankings.

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. Andrey Kuznetsov (1991) 111 points
6. Yang Tsung-Hua (1991) 106 points
7. Ryan Harrison (1992) 105 points
8. Lim Yong-Kyu (1991) 95 points
9. Pablo Carreno-Busta (1991) 56 points
10. Nikoloz Basilashvili (1992) 48 points

Generation 1990:
1. Guillaume Rufin (Fra) 279 points
2. Federico Del Bonis (Arg) 243 points
3. Daniel Evans (GB) 152 points
4. Vladzimir Ignatik (Blr) 149 points
5. Jerzy Janowicz (Pol) 124 points
6. David Goffin (Bel) 122 points
7. Milos Raonic (Can) 104 points
8. Guido Pella (Arg) 102 points
9. Vasek Pospisil (Can) 98 points
10. Henri Kontinen (Fin) 91 points

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the 1991 are all on the ATP-Tour..that is the thing of this..mostly the "olders" only play Aussie Open, maybe French Open and then go pro...it is better for them.
here we are talking of the ATP rankings, not of the junior rankings :

if there should be an effect about the fact that the 1992 generation plays more often the junuior tournaments than the 1991 generation, it should be in the advantage of generation 1991 comparing to generation 1992 in this peculiar thread.

Actually there's no doubt that generation 1992 looks more promising than the previous generations so far.

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Re: ATP rankings - U18

As of today
Code:
Filip Krajinović (SRB) (1992)           267 (career high)
Bernard Tomic (AUS) (1992)              291
Grigor Dimitrov (BUL)                   308
Yuki Bhambri (IND) (1992)               344 (career high)
Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS)                  362 (career high)
Tsung-Hua Yang (TPE)                    371
Ryan Harrison (USA) (1992)              373
Yong-Kyu Lim (KOR)                      405
Pablo Carreño-Busta (ESP)               539 (career high)
Nikoloz Basilashvili (GEO) (1992)       576

Steven Díez (ESP)                       592 (career high)
Laurynas Grigelis (LTU)                 595 (career high)
Alexander Domijan (USA)                 647 (career high)
Emilio Gómez (ECU)                      708 (career high)
Nicolás Pastor (ARG)                    717
Javier Martí (ESP) (1992)               721
Di Wu (CHN)                             725 (career high)
David Souto (VEN) (1992)                739 (career high) -new
José Pereira (BRA)                      758
Facundo Argüello (ARG) (1992)           796 (career high)

Juan Pablo Ortíz (ARG)                  812 (career high)
Marc Giner (ESP)                        824 (career high) 
Chase Buchanan (USA)                    831 (career high)
Arthur De Greef (BEL) (1992)            866 (career high)
Guido Andreozzi (ARG)                   872 (career high)
Juan Vázquez-Valenzuela (ARG)           877
André Baran (BRA)                       886 (career high)
Kevin Konfederak (ARG)                  896
Andrea Collarini (ARG) (1992)           928 (career high) -new
Suk-Young Jeong (KOR) (1993)            930

Dovydas Sakinis (LTU) (1992)            934 (career high)
Johannes Robert Van Overbeek(USA)(1992) 938 (career high) -new
Jordan Cox (USA) (1992)                 968
Andrei Vasilevski (BLR)                 986
Yannik Reuter (BEL)                     987
Marvin Barker (AUS)                     988
Tzvetan Mihov (BUL)                     992
Martín Cuevas (URU) (1992)              995
Federico Gaio (ITA) (1992)              997
Some changes related to career highs. From now on it will not mean that career high is reached on a given week but that the player is at his carrer high (Bhambri,e.g., reached his career high last week).
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Re: ATP rankings - U18

Another guy born in 1993 won his first point, Fede Valsangiacomo of Switzerland, in Argentina F22 Future

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Another guy born in 1993 won his first point, Fede Valsangiacomo of Switzerland, in Argentina F22 Future
estas seguro que tiene 15/16 años ? yo lo ví y según escuché es de 18 o 19.

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estas seguro que tiene 15/16 años ? yo lo ví y según escuché es de 18 o 19.
http://www.itftennis.com/mens/player...ayer=100149699

ITF dice eso (ITF says that).

http://www.coretennis.net/majic/page...195/index.html

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Re: ATP rankings - U18

Last week another futures win for Pospisil (90). Also for Trungelliti (90).

A challenger quarterfinal for Langer (90) in Eckental.

Futures final for Ramirez (90)

Harrison (92) and Dimitrov (91) reached the second round in Charlottesville challenger.

(please add some if I forgot)

Here's an update on the 9th of november of the top-10s for the number of points since the beginning of the year (best 18) (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) 149 points
3. Yuki Bhambri (1992) 120 points
4. Filip Krajinovic (1992) 114 points
5. Ryan Harrison (1992) and Andrey Kuznetsov (1991) 111 points
7. Yang Tsung-Hua (1991) 106 points
8. Lim Yong-Kyu (1991) 95 points
9. Pablo Carreno-Busta (1991) 56 points
10. Nikoloz Basilashvili (1992) 48 points

Generation 1990:
1. Guillaume Rufin (Fra) 287 points
2. Federico Del Bonis (Arg) 243 points
3. Daniel Evans (GB) 152 points
4. Vladzimir Ignatik (Blr) 149 points
5. Jerzy Janowicz (Pol) 124 points
6. David Goffin (Bel) 122 points
7. Vasek Pospisil (Can) 115 points
8. Nils Langer (Ger) 105 points
9. Milos Raonic (Can) 104 points
10. Guido Pella (Arg) 102 points

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Re: ATP rankings - U18

Ranking update:
Code:
Filip Krajinović (SRB) (1992)           269
Bernard Tomic (AUS) (1992)              289
Grigor Dimitrov (BUL)                   296
Yuki Bhambri (IND) (1992)               344 (career high)
Ryan Harrison (USA) (1992)              364 (career high)
Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS)                  365
Tsung-Hua Yang (TPE)                    375
Yong-Kyu Lim (KOR)                      401
Pablo Carreño-Busta (ESP)               530 (career high)
Nikoloz Basilashvili (GEO) (1992)       572

Steven Díez (ESP)                       586 (career high)
Laurynas Grigelis (LTU)                 591 (career high)
Alexander Domijan (USA)                 644 (career high)
Emilio Gómez (ECU)                      699 (career high)
Javier Martí (ESP) (1992)               716
Di Wu (CHN)                             722 (career high)
David Souto (VEN) (1992)                736 (career high)
Nicolás Pastor (ARG)                    755
José Pereira (BRA)                      759
Facundo Argüello (ARG) (1992)           771 (career high)

Juan Pablo Ortíz (ARG)                  807 (career high)
Marc Giner (ESP)                        820 (career high) 
Chase Buchanan (USA)                    826 (career high)
Arthur De Greef (BEL) (1992)            865 (career high)
Guido Andreozzi (ARG)                   870 (career high)
Juan Vázquez-Valenzuela (ARG)           875
Kevin Konfederak (ARG)                  889
Suk-Young Jeong (KOR) (1993)            921 (career high)
Andrea Collarini (ARG) (1992)           922 (career high)
Dovydas Sakinis (LTU) (1992)            927 (career high)

Johannes Robert Van Overbeek(USA)(1992) 931 (career high)
Jordan Cox (USA) (1992)                 961 (career high)
André Baran (BRA)                       967
Guilherme Clezar (BRA) (1992)           977 (career high)  -new
Tiago Fernandes (BRA) (1993)            980 (career high)  -new 
Andrei Vasilevski (BLR)                 981
Yannik Reuter (BEL)                     982
Marvin Barker (AUS)                     983 (career high)
Tzvetan Mihov (BUL)                     987
Martín Cuevas (URU) (1992)              990 (career high)

Federico Gaio (ITA) (1992)              992
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Last week futures win for Marcelo Arevalo (90).

Challenger quarterfinals for Kontinen and Ignatik (90) in Jersey.
Guido Pella (90) reached the 2nd round in Guayaquil after qualifying. Nils Langer (90) also reached challenger second round in Aachen.

Devin Britton (91) won his first match among adults this year, in USA future.

(please add some if I forgot)

Here's an update on the 16th of november of the top-10s for the number of points since the beginning of the year (best 18) (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) 149 points
3. Yuki Bhambri (1992) 120 points
4. Filip Krajinovic (1992) 114 points
5. Ryan Harrison (1992) and Andrey Kuznetsov (1991) 111 points
7. Yang Tsung-Hua (1991) 106 points
8. Lim Yong-Kyu (1991) 95 points
9. Pablo Carreno-Busta (1991) 56 points
10. Nikoloz Basilashvili (1992) 48 points

Generation 1990:
1. Guillaume Rufin (Fra) 287 points
2. Federico Del Bonis (Arg) 243 points
3. Vladzimir Ignatik (Blr) 161 points
4. Daniel Evans (GB) 158 points
5. David Goffin (Bel) 128 points
6. Jerzy Janowicz (Pol) 124 points
7. Vasek Pospisil (Can) 120 points
8. Guido Pella (Arg) 115 points
9. Nils Langer (Ger) 113 points
10. Henri Kontinen (Fin) 107 points

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Rankings as of Monday, November 16

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Filip Krajinović (SRB) (1992)           270
Bernard Tomic (AUS) (1992)              292
Grigor Dimitrov (BUL)                   296
Yuki Bhambri (IND) (1992)               347
Ryan Harrison (USA) (1992)              362 (career high)
Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS)                  363
Tsung-Hua Yang (TPE)                    375
Yong-Kyu Lim (KOR)                      396
Pablo Carreño-Busta (ESP)               528 (career high)
Nikoloz Basilashvili (GEO) (1992)       570 (career high)

Steven Díez (ESP)                       582 (career high)
Laurynas Grigelis (LTU)                 590 (career high)
Alexander Domijan (USA)                 649
Emilio Gómez (ECU)                      693 (career high)
Javier Martí (ESP) (1992)               710
Di Wu (CHN)                             716 (career high)
David Souto (VEN) (1992)                726 (career high)
José Pereira (BRA)                      727
Facundo Argüello (ARG) (1992)           759 (career high)
Marc Giner (ESP)                        812 (career high) 

Juan Pablo Ortíz (ARG)                  829
Nicolás Pastor (ARG)                    849
Arthur De Greef (BEL) (1992)            857 (career high)
Guido Andreozzi (ARG)                   864 (career high)
Juan Vázquez-Valenzuela (ARG)           869
Suk-Young Jeong (KOR) (1993)            910 (career high)
Dovydas Sakinis (LTU) (1992)            912 (career high)
André Baran (BRA)                       924
Kevin Konfederak (ARG)                  928
Andrea Collarini (ARG) (1992)           938

Chase Buchanan (USA)                    945
Martín Cuevas (URU) (1992)              953 (career high)
Guilherme Clezar (BRA) (1992)           966 (career high) 
Piotr Gadomski (POL)                    970 (career high)  -new 
Yannik Reuter (BEL)                     970 (career high)
Tiago Fernandes (BRA) (1993)            972 (career high)
Andrei Vasilevski (BLR)                 973 (career high)
Marvin Barker (AUS)                     974 (career high)
Johannes Robert Van Overbeek(USA)(1992) 976
Tzvetan Mihov (BUL)                     977 (career high)

Federico Gaio (ITA) (1992)              982
Agustín Velotti (ARG) (1992)            996 (career high)  -new
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Points update for 1993 generation players as all are out of this week's competitions

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Jeong, Suk-Young (KOR)       11
Fernandes, Tiago (BRA)        9
Boluda-Purkiss, Carlos (ESP)  7
Rodriguez, Ricardo (VEN)      5
Berman, Sean (USA)            2
Kuzmanov, Dimitar (BUL)       2
Sorgi, Joao Pedro (BRA)       2
Sell, Karue (BRA)             1
Mantilla, Felipe (COL)        1
Golding, Oliver (GBR)         1
Tsivadze, George (GEO)        1
Agamenone, Franco (ARG)       1
Pavic, Mate (CRO)             1
Julian Busch (ARG)            1
Andrew Bettles (GBR)          1
Yevseyev, Denis (KAZ)         1
Celestin Nkoueleue            1
Valsangiacomo, Federico (SUI) 1
Rumler, Robert (CZE)          1
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Another guy born in 1993 won his first point, Fede Valsangiacomo of Switzerland, in Argentina F22 Future
Thanks for pointing that out - added as well as Robert Rumler. Those two are the ones that got their first ATP point during last three weeks.
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You can add Jack Sock (USA, born 9/24/92) to the list. He just won his first Futures title, which will elevate him to around #730 in the world once the points are added.
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Last week :

- challenger semifinals for Saavedra-Corvalan (1990) in Lima (beating Gaudio and Alund) and Berankis (1990) in Champaign (qualifying and beating Anderson)

- challenger quarterfinals in Yokohama for Yang Tsung-Hua (1991, beating Huta Galung) and Ignatik (1990, beating Tatsuma Ito)

- futures wins for Jack Sock (1992), and Bagnis (1990), Cho Soong Jae (1990) and Arevalo (1990, second one in two consecutive weeks)

(please add some if I forgot)

Here's an update on the 23rd of november of the top-10s for the number of points since the beginning of the year (best 18) (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) 149 points
3. Yuki Bhambri (1992) 120 points
4. Yang Tsung-Hua (1991) 119 points
5. Filip Krajinovic (1992) 114 points
6. Ryan Harrison (1992) and Andrey Kuznetsov (1991) 111 points
8. Lim Yong-Kyu (1991) 95 points
9. Pablo Carreno-Busta (1991) 56 points
10. Nikoloz Basilashvili (1992) 48 points

Generation 1990:
1. Guillaume Rufin (Fra) 287 points
2. Federico Del Bonis (Arg) 243 points
3. Vladzimir Ignatik (Blr) 173 points
4. Daniel Evans (GB) 158 points
5. Jerzy Janowicz (Pol) 132 points
6. David Goffin (Bel) 128 points
7. Ricardas Berankis (Lit) 122 points
8. Vasek Pospisil (Can) 120 points
9. Guido Pella (Arg) 115 points
10. Nils Langer (Ger) 113 points

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