Sorry Nico - I'm not so good at Entry Rankings because they alter every week in accordance with last year and this year's calendar and it's far too complicated for me - Judio and Nitsansh are the experts here!!!
Anyway- here is my translation of an article from "La Tercera" today,and the link for those who prefer to read it in the orignal Spanish:-
Massú recognised that to play three matches after so much time has passed was hard.
Nicolas Massú: "It was clear that that my body needs to be stronger"
Nicolas Massú was not content with his campaign in Gstaad, but yet was calm, because his aim was to begin to get results that have been lacking this season for the country's Number 2 player. And also he has learnt lessons, mainly in his match yesterday against the Argentine Gastón Gaudio.
"It is a long time since I played four matches in the same week and I noticed that. My muscles and my body are still adapting to hard matches, and today made it clear that my body needs to be stronger. One is never satisfied, no matter how big an advance there has been during this week ", said the man from Viña de Mar. He got to the semifinals in Switzerland and tomorrow will be in position 28 on the Entry System (he was 30º), amd will have equal points with the Spaniard Carlos Moyá. Massú, sho was injured for three first months of the year, added that "I leave here sad to lose, but I must see the positive side; I am playing better every day, but my body lacks match fitness. Anyway what happened last week is a great advance. Thank God that I can begin to think that I'm regaining my level little by little, both my tennis and my physical strength, and this allows me to be calmer mentally. In the past it has been very difficult for me to concentrate ", explained " El Vampiro ".
After the match Gaudio said, "Today, Nicolas was not the same player that he was last year. Her is still recovering from his injuries. I ad,it I thought the match would be more difficult". Today Gaudio will play in the final against Stanislas Wawrinka (69º ATP).