I don't understand the logic in anyone thinking Mugjek or Rochus deserve to be in the Top 100, let alone the Top 50....What exactly has either one done this year to be relevant? Their results are extremely mixed, there is not enough consistency, especially Mugjek who was retiring left and right from matches a few weeks ago...Neither one deserves a Top 100 finish IMO...They are better off to play weak challengers, especially Mugjek...Rochus was a decent player in his time and he is probably okay in terms of winning a few rounds at a 250, but both have been huge mugs the last half of the year, clinging around 100-110
Misunderstanding. I am not saying they deserve to be in top50, I am talking about their recent match
which was really high intensity and both guys were playing their top level. Thatīs a big difference. No way Hajek is top 50 material, but I can see him being around 100th place and somehow squeezing into grandslams. But that recent match clearly was top50 level, really was fun to watch.