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ATP Race points 2011 for juniors (1993 and younger)

duong
03-09-2010, 12:46 PM
This thread is about the juniors' ATP results (including futures) during the year 2010 since the 1st of january.

Are concerned all players born in 1992 and younger.

This first post will be updated every week (if I'm brave enough :lol: ).

Notes :

- the points in futures will be included at once in the end of the week, opposite to the ATP ranking rules (they wait one week more before including them)

- only the best 18 results in that period will be included, like for the ATP

- I will check only the top-10 (but you can complete them if you want ;) )



ATP "Race" points earnt from the 1st of january to the 3rd of may:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 130 points
2. Ryan Harrison (USA) 72 points
3. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 34 points
4. Jordan Cox (USA) 30 points
5. Gianni Mina (Fra) and David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 24 points
7. Yasutaka Uchiyama (Jap) 18 points
8. Jason Kubler (Aus, born may 1993) 15 points
9. Javier Marti(-Hernanz) (Esp) 14 points
10. Andrea Collarini (USA, ex-Arg) 12 points

duong
03-15-2010, 12:42 PM
updated on the 15th of march :

- Harrison beat Dent in Indian Wells and got 25 points
- Krajinovic beat Gaudio in IW qualifying and got 7 points

duong
03-22-2010, 02:19 PM
First post updated on the 22nd of march.

Most notable results last week :
- future semifinal for Andrea Collarini (USA, ex-Arg) in Croatia
- future quarterfinal for Carlos Boluda-Purkiss (Esp, january 1993) in his country, and Henri Laaksonen (Fin) on carpet in Switzerland

In the top-10 comes Collarini, and Krajinovic gets one more point thanks to the change of the ranking points from the ATP for MS1000 qualifying last round (8 instead of 7).

duong
03-29-2010, 04:26 PM
First post updated on the 29th of march.

Most notable results last week :

- another future semifinal by Andrea Collarini in Croatia

- a future quarterfinal by Gianni Mina in Turkey

Springer89
03-29-2010, 05:21 PM
- a future quarterfinal by Gianni Mina in Turkey, the first ever ATP points he got, I guess

Not the first ever (at the end of last year Mina had 5 ATP points) but first ones in this year :wavey:

duong
04-06-2010, 12:04 AM
Well, after last week's result, Gianni Mina did even better this week ;) , winning his first future tournament in Turkey beating Gerard Granollers-Pujol for instance.

Next week, he will break the ATP top-1000 and even the ATP top-700 :worship:

Other remarkable results :

- Javier Marti reached a future final in Croatia, beating Nikola Mektic
- Yuki Bhambri reached a future quarterfinal in his country
- Dennis Kudla beat Statham to go through one round in an American future

duong
04-12-2010, 11:48 AM
First post updated on the 12th of april.

Most remarkable results last week were in Asia :

- Yasutaka Uchiyama won his first future in Japan, after qualifying : he will enter ATP-top-1000 (and even better) next week

- Jeong Suk Yong (born in april 1993) made a future quarterfinal in Korea, and was very near to beating Craciun for the semifinal

andrijagajic
04-13-2010, 01:28 AM
What do you think who can be the best from this generation?

duong
04-13-2010, 09:05 AM
What do you think who can be the best from this generation?

I have not seen them play, except a little bit Tomic, then I'm surely not at all an expert for that : you should rather ask Springer89 ;).

I only check the results, and that's my only job here :shrug:

For a very quick approach from a mere statistician, I can only say that :

- so far Tomic has always had the best results of his generation whereas he's one of the youngest of that list (born october 1992).

- Harrison, Krajinovic, Bhambri have also received a lot of hype, and had corresponding results (whereas Boluda, born in january 1993, had also had a lot of hype but didn't deserve it by his results except when he was very young).

- anyway, these players from this 1992 generation look more promising than the previous generations, that's why this generation is esp interesting. From time to time in tennis there is one generation with many good players who actually play against each other from the young age and who get good results at adult level, partly because of their mutual competition (for instance generations 1981-1982, 1986-1987, 1971-1972 ... )

Also something to note : all of these players are allowed to play in junior tournaments and many of the best ones don't do it.

That's why I think it's esp interesting to look at their results in ATP tournaments, where the best ones of this generation are actually trying to compete now.

People make a lot of hype about results in junior tournaments but if players succeed in junior tournaments while being already nearly 18 years old (like Monfils in the past), I don't think it's really interesting as the main competitors from his generation have already stopped playing junior tournaments.

I rather look at junior results for younger players (it's still OK for generation 1993 and younger ones, but for generation 1992, I don't think it's really interesting to look at their results in junior tournaments anymore).

FSRteam
04-13-2010, 06:31 PM
People make a lot of hype about results in junior tournaments but if players succeed in junior tournaments while being already nearly 18 years old (like Monfils in the past, I don't think it's really interesting as the main competitors from his generation have already stopped playing junior tournaments. I rather look at junior results for younger players (it's still OK for generation 1993 and younger ones, but for generation 1992, I don't think it's really interesting to look at their results in junior tournaments anymore).

I totally agree with you but not for the junior grand slam results when the juniors are 18, because quite often the best 18-yrs old juniors want to capture a junior grand slam before going full time to the main tour and therefore the play those tournaments. For example wawrinka, monfils and tsonga who have entered top 10 at some point have all captured one or more junior grand slam(s) when they were 18-yrs old. Also de bakker and some others who have entered top 100... I don't remember precisely for all those players, but I just checked and wawrinka beat almagro, sela and ouanna en route to the final of junior roland garros title and they were all 18...

duong
04-14-2010, 08:26 AM
I totally agree with you but not for the junior grand slam results when the juniors are 18, because quite often the best 18-yrs old juniors want to capture a junior grand slam before going full time to the main tour and therefore the play those tournaments. For example wawrinka, monfils and tsonga who have entered top 10 at some point have all captured one or more junior grand slam(s) when they were 18-yrs old. Also de bakker and some others who have entered top 100... I don't remember precisely for all those players, but I just checked and wawrinka beat almagro, sela and ouanna en route to the final of junior roland garros title and they were all 18...

yes it happens but they don't always intend to do that, many players didn't even try to win one

... and in this generation Harrison and Krajinovic haven't won one, and it seems that they won't even try :shrug:

And even if they try, that's not so interesting as the best players from their generation don't compete (for instance Monfils didn't have Nadal and Gasquet's competition, De Bakker Cilic's or Del Potro's or Gulbis's or Korolev's).

:topic: By the way, as you speak of De Bakker, I've noted something about junior grand slams : Wimbledon is obviously the most famous grand slam, but as far as juniors are concerned, many players who have won junior Wimbledon have not succeeded later (I don't say that for De Bakker who already approaches ATP rank 60), whereas the winners or junior French Open make a very impressive list, even McEnroe and Edberg won junior French open, and very few of junior French open winners didn't succeed among adults (I say that esp for Berta from this 1992 generation who so far has hardly played a match among adults)

FSRteam
04-14-2010, 08:39 PM
yes it happens but they don't always intend to do that, many players didn't even try to win one

... and in this generation Harrison and Krajinovic haven't won one, and it seems that they won't even try :shrug:

And even if they try, that's not so interesting as the best players from their generation don't compete (for instance Monfils didn't have Nadal and Gasquet's competition, De Bakker Cilic's or Del Potro's or Gulbis's or Korolev's).

I agree, but I've never said that they (monfils and de bakker for instance) played the best juniors of the generation* at the junior grand slams, I just said that it is still interesting to follow those jnuiors in their last year as juniors when they play the junior grand slams because the winners of junior grand slams (even if they are already 18) very often become great tennis players (top 100 material at least).

*Although, wawrinka and tsonga played the best of their year (1985)... :)

:topic: By the way, as you speak of De Bakker, I've noted something about junior grand slams : Wimbledon is obviously the most famous grand slam, but as far as juniors are concerned, many players who have won junior Wimbledon have not succeeded later (I don't say that for De Bakker who already approaches ATP rank 60), whereas the winners or junior French Open make a very impressive list, even McEnroe and Edberg won junior French open, and very few of junior French open winners didn't succeed among adults (I say that esp for Berta from this 1992 generation who so far has hardly played a match among adults)


Quite true... quite a few junior wimbledon champs have not suceeded that much on the ATP unlike junior roland garros champs...

duong
04-16-2010, 01:28 PM
I agree, but I've never said that they (monfils and de bakker for instance) played the best juniors of the generation* at the junior grand slams, I just said that it is still interesting to follow those jnuiors in their last year as juniors when they play the junior grand slams because the winners of junior grand slams (even if they are already 18) very often become great tennis players (top 100 material at least).

OK it still has "some" interest, but ATP results have more interest at 18 years old imo, the best juniors at that age rather playing in futures or challengers. Junior results are more interesting for me for younger players : even if they don't "win" junior grand slams, it's interesting. But people only remember winners, even when they didn't face the best players of their generation :shrug:

Nagime
04-19-2010, 12:12 PM
And the best players in their last year of juniors much rather prefer asking for a WC or play the qualies to MD than trying to capture the junior title...

duong
04-19-2010, 12:45 PM
First post updated on the 19th of april.

Main results last week :

- a win in a future in Spain by David Souto(-Vargas) from Venezuela, beating number 2 seed Boje-Ordonez in second round : until now Souto had lost 6 times this year in second round, going through this round he could go all through the tournament

- future quarterfinal by Javier Marti(-Hernanz) from Spain in the same future

- Juan Sebastian Gomez from Colombia managed to qualify for a challenger first round in Pereira in his country, beating Sebastian Serrano.

duong
04-26-2010, 09:29 AM
First post updated on the 26th of april.

Last week Jordan Cox (USA) won his first future in Korea, defeating Jun Woong-Sun and Hiroki Kondo among others.

Also to note : Tomic played his first future for a very long time, and he lost in second round in Italy 7/6 7/6 to Nielsen

duong
05-03-2010, 01:08 PM
First post updated on the 3rd of may.

Many good results from juniors last week :

- Jason Kubler (Aus, born may 1993) played his first future final in Australia, defeating Joshua Crowe
- Benjamin Mitchell (Aus) played a semifinal in the same tournament, defeating Marcus Daniell
- Tiago Fernandes (Bra, born january 1993) played a semifinal in a future in Brasil, defeating number 4-seed Tiago Lopes and giving a tight match to Marcel Felder in semifinal 64 46 64
- Denis Kudla (USA) played a semifinal in a future in the USA, defeating number 2 seed Gerard Kretschmer
- Jeong Suk Yong (Kor, born april 1993) played a future quarterfinal in Korea
- Gianni Mina (Fra) reached a future quarterfinal in Italy, defeating Frederik Nielsen
- Facundo Arguello (Arg) reached a future quarterfinal in Argentina
- Filip Krajinovic (Srb) reached the second round of the challenger in Ostrava after qualifying … but he was very lucky with the draw, drawing an unknown Czech wild-card player of his age, Martin Prikryl, in first round (well, he beat Alexander Flock in qualies … and Brunken in final set tie-break, not that great either)

Also to note : Tomic lost a second week in a row in a future second round in Italy on clay

Springer89
05-15-2010, 06:39 PM
ATP "Race" points earnt from the 1st of january to the 10th of may:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 130 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 124 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 72 points
4. Jordan Cox (USA) and David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 30 points
6. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 26 points
7. Gianni Mina (Fra) 24 points
8. Yasutaka Uchiyama (Jap) 18 points
9. Jason Kubler (Aus, born may 1993) and Yuki Bhambri (IND) 16 points

Some notable results from the week of May, 3:

- SF of an ATP250 for Filip Krajinovic (SRB)
- maiden futures title for Facundo Arguello (ARG)
- futures SF for Yuki Bhambri (IND), David Souto (VEN), Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) and Robert Rumler (1993, CZE)

Springer89
05-18-2010, 08:53 PM
ATP "Race" points earnt from the 1st of january to the 17th of may:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 130 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 124 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 72 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 32 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 31 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 30 Points
7. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 26 points
8. Gianni Mina (Fra) 24 points
9. Yuki Bhambri (IND) 19 points
10. Yasutaka Uchiyama (Jap) 18 points


Some notable results from the week of May, 10:

- maiden futures title for Javier Marti (ESP) in Bulgaria
- 2nd round of Busan challenger for Suk-Young Jeong (KOR, 1993) defeating Samuel Groth
- futures QF for Yuki Bhambri (IND) and Liang-Chi Huang (TPE) in India

Springer89
05-24-2010, 08:55 PM
ATP "Race" points earnt from the 1st of january to the 24th of may:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 159 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 124 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 88 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 42 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 33 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 30 Points
7. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 26 points
8. Gianni Mina (Fra) 24 points
9. Andrea Collarini (USA) 21
10. Yuki Bhambri (IND) 19 points

Some notable results from the week of May, 17:

- Cremona challenger SF for Bernard Tomic (AUS) defeating Go Soeda
- Qualifying round of Roland Garros for Ryan Harrison (USA) defeating Sebastian Decoud
- futures final for Javier Marti (ESP) in Bulgaria
- futures SF for Andrea Collarini (USA) in Spain by defeating [4]A. Lobkov and [8]David Souto (VEN)
- futures QF and first ATP points for Renier Moolman (RSA) in South African futures (defeated [5]David Rice). David Souto and Junior Australian Open champion Tiago Fernandes also reached futures QF (in Spain and in Brazil), the latter defeated [5]Ricardo Siggia.

Springer89
05-30-2010, 10:44 PM
No changes in top 10 list, hardly any change in race points after the week of May 24th.

Total of 5 points is gained by 5 players but worth of mention are those first ATP points :) for:
Thiago Augusto Bitencourt Pinheiro BRA (1993), Hernus Pieters RSA (1993), Ricardo Ojeda Lara ESP (1993), Vasile-Alexandru Ghilea ROU (1993) and Pavel Filin BLR.

jeremda01
06-02-2010, 06:04 AM
i see an emergin 3 way rivaly between: Tomic, Krajionovic and Harrison...

What do you think??

jeremda01
06-02-2010, 06:05 AM
I see an emerging 3 way rivaly between: Tomic, Krajionovic and Harrison...

What do you think??

Springer89
06-08-2010, 12:46 AM
ATP "Race" points earnt from the 1st of january to the 7th of June:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 162 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 124 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 103 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 44 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 33 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 30 Points
7. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 26 points
8. Gianni Mina (Fra) 24 points
9. Andrea Collarini (USA) and Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 21 point


Some notable results from the week of May, 31:

- Nottingham challenger QF for Ryan Harrison defeating Carsten Ball
- futures final for Diego Sebastian Schwartzman in Argentina

Springer89
06-08-2010, 12:57 AM
I see an emerging 3 way rivaly between: Tomic, Krajionovic and Harrison...

What do you think??

One can't beat the numbers...

Springer89
06-12-2010, 08:35 PM
ATP "Race" points earnt from the 1st of january to the 14th of June:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 172 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 172 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 103 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 46 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 39 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 30 Points
7. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 27 points
8. Gianni Mina (Fra) 24 points
9. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 22 points
10. Andrea Collarini (USA) 21 point


Some notable results from the week of June, 7:

- final for Filip Krajinovic in Kosice challenger
- second round for Bernard Tomic in Queens
- SF for David Souto in Venezuela futures
- QF for Javier Marti in Slovenia futures

Springer89
06-20-2010, 05:35 PM
ATP "Race" points earnt from the 1st of january to the 21th of June:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 172 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 103 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 46 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 45 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 31 Points
7. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 27 points
8. Gianni Mina (Fra) and Jason Kubler (AUS,1993) 24 points
10. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 22 points


Some notable results from the week of June, 14:

- Bernard Tomic qualified for Wimbledon defeating Michael Yani, Edouard Roger-Vasselin and Prakash Amritraj
- Jason Kubler reached 15K Netherlands futures SF defeating Bogdan-Victor Leonte and Matwe Middelkoop
- another SF for David Souto in Venezuela futures, and first futures SF for Carlos Boluda-Purkiss
- Futures QF for Agustin Velotti (defeated #1 seed Olivier Patience) and Liang-Chi Huang (defeated #2 seed Ti Chen)

Springer89
06-27-2010, 08:50 PM
ATP "Race" points earnt from the 1st of january to the 28th of June:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 172 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 103 points
4. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 51 points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 47 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 31 Points
7. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 27 points
8. Gianni Mina (Fra) and Jason Kubler (AUS,1993) 24 points
10. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 22 points


Some notable results from the week of June, 21:

- Federico Gaio reached second round in Reggio Emilia challenger by defeating #146 Josselin Ouanna
- Third consecutive Venezuela futures SF for David Souto, second consecutive Morocco futures SF for Carlos Boluda-Purkiss who defeted first seed Juan-Pablo Amado
- USA F15 QF for Jack Sock

n8
06-28-2010, 02:29 PM
ATP "Race" points earnt from the 1st of january to the 28th of June:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 172 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 103 points
4. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 51 points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 47 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 31 Points
7. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 27 points
8. Gianni Mina (Fra) and Jason Kubler (AUS,1993) 24 points
10. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 22 points


Kubler travelling nicely especially considering he's holding down number 1 in juniors. Tomic more than double Harrison now :).

Springer89
07-07-2010, 06:27 PM
ATP "Race" points earnt from the 1st of january to the 5th of July:[/B][/U]
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 178 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 103 points
4. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 51 points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 48 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 31 Points
7. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 27 points
8. Gianni Mina (Fra), Jason Kubler (AUS,1993) and Carlos Boluda-Purkiss (ESP,1993) 24 points


Some notable results from the week of June, 28:

- Morocco futures final for Carlos Boluda-Purkiss who defeted second seed #676 Yassine Idmbarek
- Arad challenger 2nd round for Filip Krajinovic who defeated #208 Martin Vassallo Arguello

Springer89
07-13-2010, 06:05 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 12th of July:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 178 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 148 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 66 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 51 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 31 Points
7. Denis Kudla (USA) 29 points
8. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 27 points
9. Gianni Mina (Fra), Jason Kubler (AUS,1993), Carlos Boluda-Purkiss (ESP,1993) and Andrea Collarini (USA) 24 points


Some notable results from the week of July, 5:

- Ryan Harrison reached his first ATP QF in Newport defeating #6 seed and ATP #89 Karol Beck
- first ATP win for Denis Kudla who reached second round in Newport by defeating Santiago Ventura in R1
- Javier Marti won futures in Romania, second futures title for him this year
- Kevin Krawietz won his first challenger match in Oberstaufen
- George Morgan (1993) reached SF in Great Britain futures
- first futures QF and first ATP points for Jose Maria Paniagua (ARG) who defeated third seed Agustin Picco (#430), also for Marco Cecchinato (ITA) who defeated third seed Antonio Comporto and for Juan Ignacio Londero (ARG, 1993) who defeated fourth seed Lionel Noviski (#441). Jack Sock and Andrea Collarini also reached futures QFs.

Springer89
07-16-2010, 06:53 PM
First three guys currently having 533 points, exactly the same amount of points as first six 1991 guys.

Springer89
07-18-2010, 06:52 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 19th of July:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 178 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 148 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 66 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 51 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 31 Points
7. Andrea Collarini (USA) 30 points
8. Denis Kudla (USA) 29 points
9. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 28 points
10. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 27 points

Some notable results from the week of July, 12:

- Andrea Collarini reached USA futures SF
- Diego Sebastian Schwartzman reached SF in Argentina futures, defeating #8 seed Benedetti and #3 seed Agustin Picco before losing to #1 seed Guido Pella in tight match 7-6(5) 6-7(4) 2-6
- Futures QF for Liang-Chi Huang in Iran
- Kevin Krawietz reached Germany F9 QF by defeating fourth seed Alexander Flock (ATP #412)

Springer89
07-25-2010, 11:46 AM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 26th of July:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 178 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 148 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 71 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 51 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) and Facundo Arguello (ARG) 37 Points
8. Andrea Collarini (USA) 30 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) and Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 29 points

Some notable results from the week of July, 19:

- Facundo Arguello reached Argentina futures final defeating first seed Juan-Pablo Amado (#312 ATP)
- Jordan Cox reached USA futures SF defeating second seed and ATP #434 Adam El Mihdawy
- Javier Marti qualified in Poznan challenger before losing in 3 to #203 Daniel Minoz-De La Nava

Springer89
08-02-2010, 09:27 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 2nd of August:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 187 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 148 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 71 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 53 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 38 points
7. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 37 Points
8. Andrea Collarini (USA) 30 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) and Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 29 points

Some notable results from the week of July, 26:

- Filip Krajinovic reached second round of Cordenons challenger defeating #159 Christophe Rochus and losing to eventual champion Steve Darcis (#141)
- Gullerme Clezar reached SF in futures in Brazil, defeating sixth seed Jose Pereira (#550) and losing to eventual champion Rafael Camilo (#551)
- David Souto reached futures QF in Spain
- Evan King and Dovydas Sakinis both qualified and reached USA futures QF. King defeated #2 seed Adam El Mihdawy (#435), while Sakinis defeated fourth seed Jean-Noel Insausti (#534)

No points involved in this match :) but fifteen years old Albert Alcaraz Ivorra lost in three (64 26 57) to Ricardo Ojeda-Lara in first qualifying round of futures in Spain.

mgorganchian
08-08-2010, 04:01 AM
Arguello won again a future, this time F15 in Argentina.

Springer89
08-08-2010, 07:19 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 9th of August:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 187 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 148 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 71 points
5. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 55 Points
6. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 53 points
7. Jordan Cox (USA) 38 points
8. Andrea Collarini (USA) 30 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) and Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 29 points

Some notable results from the week of August, 2:

- Facundo Arguello won futures in Argentina defeating sixth seed Guillermo Duran (#473) and first seed Pablo Galdon (#372)
- Tiago Fernandes (1993) qualified and won first round match in challenger for the first time. Defeated Kaden Hensel (#413) in Beijing
- Dominic Thiem (1993) played his first pro match and gained his first ATP points by defeating Alexandre Sidorenko (#252) in Kitzbuhel challenger
- Taro Daniel (1993) qualified and reached SF in futures in Spain defeating third seed Oscar Sabate-Bretos (#545). First points for him, too.
- Chuhan Wang gained his first ATP points by qualifying in Beijing challenger. Defeated third seed Dane Propoggia (#627) in final qualy round before losing to eventual champion.
- Yuki Bhambri, Victor Baluda, Alessandro Colella and Athur De Greef reached QF in four different futures

Nine players born in 1992 and younger gained first points - good week for them!

Pirata.
08-09-2010, 04:05 PM
- Tiago Fernandes (1993) qualified and won first round match in challenger for the first time. Defeated Kaden Hensel (#413) in Beijing

Went up 117 places for a career high ranking of 645 :hearts: :bigclap:

Springer89
08-15-2010, 12:50 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 16th of August:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 187 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 155 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 76 points
5. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 57 Points
6. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 53 points
7. Jordan Cox (USA) 38 points
8. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 31 points
9. Andrea Collarini (USA) and Gianni Mina (FRA) 30 points

Some notable results from the week of August, 9:

- Futures final for Micke Kontinen and first ATP points for him. Defeated #301 Timo Nieminen in SF.
- Second round in Binghamton challenger for Ryan Harrison by defeating #218 Greg Jones.
- Suk-Young Jeong (1993) qualified and reached SF in futures in Thailand by defeating third seed Rupesh Roy (#471).
- Gianni Mina qualified and reached SF in futures in Finland by defeating #504 G.Panfil.
- Javier Marti qualified in Istanbul challenger
- eleven players reached futures QFs

n8
08-16-2010, 09:34 AM
This doesn't really belong here, but I didn't want to start a whole new thread.

According to this Sony Ericsson document (http://www.sonyericssonwtatour.com/SEWTATour-Archive/Archive/AboutTheTour/2010AER.pdf), girls aged 17 are allowed to participate in up to 16 professional tennis tournaments. I couldn't find the equivalent for the ATP, so can someone please let me know. That is, how many ranking point events is a 15, 16, 17 year old allowed to play? I remember Nadal entering heaps of events when he was 17 (just checked and he entered 21, making the later stages of most) so perhaps that's the maximum for 17 year old or maybe the rule has changed?

Springer89
08-16-2010, 09:35 PM
Nothing about the number of events in ITF rule book, afaik

B. GENERAL
1. Open Competition / No Discrimination
Futures Tournaments are open to all male (please refer to Appendix A) tennis players based on merit and without discrimination subject only to the conditions herein set forth and provided, however, that minors under the age of fourteen (14) shall not be eligible for entry. For purposes of this Rule, the player’s age as of the first day of the tournament Main Draw shall be used.

ATP rule book:

7.02 Entries
A.Gender / Age Limitation
The ATP will use the age of a player on the first (1st) day of the qualifying competition. Male players age sixteen (16) or older are not limited in the number of tournaments they may enter. Players under the age of sixteen (16) are subject to the following entry restrictions in ATP World Tour or ATP Challenger Tour tournaments (includes entry as a wildcard):
1) Male players under the age of fourteen (14) shall not be eligible for entry into any ATP World Tour or ATP Challenger Tour tournament.
2) Male players aged fourteen (14) shall be eligible for entry into a maximum of eight (8) ATP World Tour or ATP Challenger Tour tournaments.
3) Male players aged fifteen (15) shall be eligible for entry into a maximum of twelve (12) ATP World Tour and ATP Challenger Tour tournaments.

n8
08-17-2010, 01:01 AM
Thanks a lot!

Springer89
08-22-2010, 03:09 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 23rd of August:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 187 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 155 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 76 points
5. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 57 Points
6. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 53 points
7. Jordan Cox (USA) 38 points
8. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 37 points
9. Suk-Young Jeong (KOR) (1993) 31 points
10. Andrea Collarini (USA) and Gianni Mina (FRA) 30 points

Some notable results from the week of August, 16:

- Futures final for Suk-Young Jeong (1993) in Thailand.
- Futures SF for Diego Sebastian Schwartzman in Argentina. Straight sets (64 64) win over junior RG champion Velotti in QF.
- Futures SF for Danilo Petrovic in Serbia and first ATP points for him.

Springer89
09-05-2010, 05:43 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 30th of August:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 215 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 195 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 190 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 76 points
5. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 57 Points
6. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 53 points
7. Jordan Cox (USA) 38 points
8. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 37 points
9. Jason Kubler (AUS) 32 points
10. Suk-Young Jeong (KOR) (1993) 31 points

Some notable results from the week of August, 23:

- Harrison qualified for US Open, defeating ATP #126 Rui Machado in first qualy round.
- Alexander Rumyantsev qualified and won title in Russia futures.
- Tomic (defeated Ilhan, #108) and Krajinovic (defeated J.Pospisil, #256) reached second qualy round in USO.
- Kubler reached SF in futures in Italy
- Serizhan Yessenbekov won first round match in Astana (his opponent Ivo Minar retired from this match).

Springer89
09-26-2010, 02:43 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 27th of September:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
2. Ryan Harrison (USA) 225 points
3. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 224 points
4. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 105 Points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 89 points
6. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) and Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 53 points
8. Alexaner Rumyantsev (RUS) 44 points
9. Jordan Cox (USA) 42 points
10. Gianni Mina (FRA) 34 points


Some notable results from the last four weeks (weeks beginning August 30 - September 20)

- Harrison reached second round in USO by defeating #17 Ivan Ljubicic and losing tight second round match against #36 Sergiy Stakhovsky in five sets 3-6 7-5 6-3 3-6 6-7(6).
- Arguello reached Belo Horizonte-2 challenger final by defeating #195 Ciao Zampieri in first round and losing to #238 Rogerio Dutra Da Silva.
- Krajinovic reached two consecutive challenger QFs, first one by defeating #143 Stefan Koubek in Banja Luka and week after in Trnava by defeating #94 Jan Hajek.
- unranked Roberto Carballes Baena (1993) won 15K futures in Spain by defeating #387 Jose Checa-Calvo (2nd round), #371 Phillip Bester (SF) and #372 Pablo Carreno-Busta (Final).
- Rumyantsev won title in Iran 10K futures.
- Schwartzman and Marti reached futures finals in Bolivia and Spain respectively.

- First futures QF and first futures SF for Sami Reinwein
- First challenger R1 wins for Daniel Berta (Alphen) and Juan Sebastian Gomez (Bogota-3)
- First futures QF for a player born in 1994 achieved in Ecuador by Bernardo Casares

Springer89
10-03-2010, 09:56 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 4th of October:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
2. Ryan Harrison (USA) 225 points
3. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 224 points
4. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 113 Points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 91 points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 71 points
6. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 61 points
8. Alexaner Rumyantsev (RUS) 45 points
9. Yuki Bhambri (IND) 43 points
10. Jordan Cox (USA) 42 points

Some notable results from the week of September 27

- Bhambri won his first carrer ATP match at the Malaysia Open by defeating unranked WC Yew-Ming Si.
- Schwartzman won futures title in Bolivia where he was #1 seed.
- Richard Muzaev qualified and won a title in Kazakhstan by defeating all three top seeds (first seed Andrey Kumantsov ATP #266, third seed Siarhei Betau ATP #432 and second seed Mikhail Elgin ATP #350)
- Another qualifier Daniel Kosakowski reached final in futures in California. Defeated 7th seed Dimitar Kutrovsky (#570) but fell to 6th seed Chris Guccione.
- Arguello reached second round in Montevideo challenger by defeating WC Ariel Behar (#1358).
- Souto reached SF in 15K futures in Spain by defeating #357 Pablo Carreno-Busta.

quiron
10-10-2010, 04:53 AM
Schwartzman reached final in Bolivia F4. Renzo Olivo (1992) won that tournament.
Velotti reached second round in Buenos Aires challenger.
Juan Ignacio Londero(1993) reached first semifinal in Bolivia F4 (lost to Schwartzman)

Springer89
10-12-2010, 11:25 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 11th of October:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
2. Ryan Harrison (USA) 225 points
3. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 224 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 118 points
5. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 113 Points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 81 points
7. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 61 points
8. Alexaner Rumyantsev (RUS) 46 points
9. Yuki Bhambri (IND) 43 points
10. Jordan Cox (USA) 42 points

Some notable results from the week of October 4

Schwartzman reached final in Bolivia F4. Renzo Olivo (1992) won that tournament.
Velotti reached second round in Buenos Aires challenger.
Juan Ignacio Londero(1993) reached first semifinal in Bolivia F4 (lost to Schwartzman)

- Marti won futures title in Portugal where he was #5 seed.
- Jason Kubler (1993) reached SF in Portugal which he lost to Marti.

- First MD appearance for 14 yo Silas Araujo De Cerqueira (BRA) in Brazil F27.

Springer89
10-28-2010, 08:27 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 25th of October:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Ryan Harrison (USA) 288 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
3. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 224 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 121 points
5. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 115 Points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 81 points
7. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 69 points
8. Jordan Cox (USA) 65 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) 56 points
10. Jason Kubler (AUS) (1993) 49 points


Some notable results from the weeks of October 11 and October 18

- Harrison reached his first challenger final in 50K Tiburon challenger by defeating second seed Donald Young (#111) and sixth seed Carsten Ball (#154) before losing to Tobias Kamke (#88). Week later he played another 50K challenger and reached QF. In Calabasas, Harrison defeated fifth seed Izak Van Der Merwe (#168) but lost to Robert Kendrick, third seed and ATP #148 in three sets 67(9) 64 46. Won doubles title in Calabasas (with Travis Rettenmaier).
- Kudla won 15K USA F26 futures title by defeating seventh seed Cris Eaton (#558) and second seed Fritz Wolmarans (#431).
- After reaching SF in USA F26 futures, Cox reached final in 15K USA F27 futures and had to deal with the same two guys as Kudla. Cox, who was fourth seed there, won against eigth seed Eaton but lost against third seed Wolmarans.
- Nikoloz Basilashvili qualified and reached second round in Calabasas challenger. His first challenger MD win was against Alex Kuznetsov (#234)
- Another 15K futures SF for Kubler, this time in Spain F37. Defeated eigth seed Carlos Poch-Gradin (#482) but lost to Guillermo Olaso (#242) in three sets.
- 15K Futures SF for Yasutaka Uchiyama in Japan F9. Defeated seventh seed Kittipong Wachiramanowong before losing to Ti Chen.
- Daniel Kosakowski reached second round in Tiburon and qualified in Calabasas.
- 10K futures SFs for David Souto, Tiago Fernandes (1993), Jannick Lupescu (1993) and unranked Diego Galeano.

dombrfc
10-28-2010, 10:14 PM
Harrison and Krajinovic :)

I expect much.

quiron
10-31-2010, 01:09 AM
Arguello won the Argentina F19 (where he was seed #1) defeating Schwartzman in two sets.
Velotti won Paraguay F2 (he was seed#6) defeating J.P. Amado.
Fede Coria (Guillermo Coria's brother) reached quarterfinals in Paraguay F2 losing to Guichonet.
Dante Gennaro (1993) won his first ATP point in the Argentina F19

Springer89
11-01-2010, 09:19 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the first of November:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Ryan Harrison (USA) 288 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
3. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 224 points
4. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 133 Points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 121* points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 91 points
7. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 75 points
8. Jordan Cox (USA) 65 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) 56 points
10. Jason Kubler (AUS) (1993) 49 points

* Marti is the only player who has points (actually one point) he cannot count against his rankings


Some notable results from the weeks of October 25

Arguello won the Argentina F19 (where he was seed #1) defeating Schwartzman in two sets.
Velotti won Paraguay F2 (he was seed#6) defeating J.P. Amado.
Fede Coria (Guillermo Coria's brother) reached quarterfinals in Paraguay F2 losing to Guichonet.
Dante Gennaro (1993) won his first ATP point in the Argentina F19

- Tiago Fernandes (1993) reached second round in 75K+ Sao Paulo-2 challenger by defeating another wild card Augusto Meirelles before losing to qualifier Nicolas Devilder.

- David Souto reached SF in 10K futures event in his home country.

First ATP point for a player born in 1995 as Thai-Son Kwiatkowski won the battle of wildcards in USA F28 futures.

Springer89
11-06-2010, 11:35 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 8th of November:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Ryan Harrison (USA) 295 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
3. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 224 points
4. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 133 Points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 121* points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 92 points
7. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 75 points
8. Jordan Cox (USA) 67 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) 62 points
10. Yuki Bhambri (IND) 53 points

* Marti is the only player who has points (actually one point) he cannot count against his rankings


Some notable results from the week of November 1

- Bhambri qualified and reached second round in Charlottesville 50K challenger by defeating WC Alex Domijan

- Harrison also reached 2nd round in the same event by defeating Ryan Sweeting (#106)

- Kudla, Duilio Beretta (PER) and Junior Australian Open runner-up Sean Berman (1993) reached 10K futures SFs

n8
11-12-2010, 05:48 AM
First ATP point for a player born in 1995 as Thai-Son Kwiatkowski won the battle of wildcards in USA F28 futures.

Well done Thai-Son! Following in the steps of Liam Broady. Do you know who was the first player ranked who was born in 1993 and 1992? Was 1992 Bhambri?

Springer89
11-17-2010, 07:11 PM
1992-Bhambri, 1993-Ricardo Rodriguez

Sauletekis
11-25-2010, 07:34 AM
Francisco Dias (POR) is doing well in Brazilian Futures. Is in QF for second time in a row.:worship: Playing tomorrow vs. André Ghem.

Springer89
11-28-2010, 11:16 AM
Still not enough to crack top1000 I'm afraid... :unsure: We'll see...

Right now I'm three weeks behind with the calculation :( Will try to post update in next couple of days.

Springer89
11-29-2010, 11:44 AM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 29th of November:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Ryan Harrison (USA) 309 points
2. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 239 points
3. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
4. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 141 Points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 130* points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 92 points
7. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 75 points
8. Jordan Cox (USA) 69 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) 63 points
10. Yuki Bhambri (IND) 58 points

* Marti is the only player who has points he cannot count against his rankings (two points)


Some notable results from the last three weeks

- Mina won 10K futures in Turkey by defeating first seed Alexander Flock (#242) in straight sets

- Tomic reached QF in Toyota challenger where he was fifth seed. Lost to third seed and eventual champion Tatsuma Ito (#202) 7-6(4) 7-6(7).

- Harrison qualified and reached 2nd round in Bratislava challenger by defeating sixth seed Dustin Brown (#93)

- Wild card Micke Kontinen (FIN) reached second round in Helsinki challenger by defeating qualifier Michail Elgin (#337)

- Marti reached 10K futures final in Spain

- battle for the fouth place in the above list between Arguello and Marti took place in R1 of Buenos Aires challenger. Arguello won - 64 64.

- Victor Baluda (RUS) qualified and reached SF in 15K futures in Israel

- James Duckworth (AUS) reached 15K futures SF in New Zealand by defeating third seed Michael Venus (#320) and fifth seed Artem Sitak (#339)

- two 1993 born Czech players reached 15K Czech F4 futures SFs : Robert Rumler qualified and won against eigth seed Michael Schmid (#462) while wild card Jiri Vesely defeated seventh seed Pavel Snobel (#447) and third seed Luca Vanni (#379) on his way to semifinal.

- 10K Futures SF reached by Martin Cuevas (URU) who defeated third seed Patricio Heras (#511) and lost to eventual champion Guido Andreozzi in three sets

- two players, Duilio Beretta (PER) and Guilherme Clezar (BRA), reached SFs in their home countries 10K futures tournaments

Springer89
12-06-2010, 09:45 PM
ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 6th of December:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

The only change is at 10th place - Bhambri - 60 points.

Some notable results from the last week

- Ben Mitchell reached 15K Australia futures final. Mitchell, who was given WC for main draw, defeated Jose Statham (#448), first seed Brydan Klein (#211) and Dayne Kelly (#350).

Another 1995 born player reached futures second round and will be ranked from next week - Noureldin Adam of Sudan won in three sets his first round match - 3-6 7-6(4) 7-6(6).

2009 Wimbledon junior doubles champions Herbert/Krawietz won Dominican Republic futures doubles title. :)
Fifth futures doubles title for Krawietz and third for Herbert.

GasquetGulbis
12-09-2010, 04:36 AM
Just found this page, and its actually really useful, so thanks a lot. I tried doing this by myself, but would always miss a player or something.

I'm expecting Harrison to make big strides next year, mostly due to the fact he's American and will get lots of wildcards. Krajinovic could too, just has to step up his game to the point where he is a strong Challenger player every week. Tomic, I'm not too convinced with, he needs to actually get his head in the game, and play week-in week-out this year, instead of just the Australian tour and then the other Grand Slams.

Bhambri dropped a bit in my mind, he was a dominant Futures player, but never really performed in challengers, and I expect Marti to make some leaps and bounds, especially once the European Clay Court season starts, he'll be playing French Open qualies for sure.

TennisOnWood
12-09-2010, 05:50 PM
Just found this page, and its actually really useful, so thanks a lot. I tried doing this by myself, but would always miss a player or something.

I'm expecting Harrison to make big strides next year, mostly due to the fact he's American and will get lots of wildcards. Krajinovic could too, just has to step up his game to the point where he is a strong Challenger player every week. Tomic, I'm not too convinced with, he needs to actually get his head in the game, and play week-in week-out this year, instead of just the Australian tour and then the other Grand Slams.

Bhambri dropped a bit in my mind, he was a dominant Futures player, but never really performed in challengers, and I expect Marti to make some leaps and bounds, especially once the European Clay Court season starts, he'll be playing French Open qualies for sure.

Krajinovic is useless!! He will be 19 in 10 weeks time and so far he only just manage to keep 50% at Challenger wins.. he wasn't much better in Futures though

GasquetGulbis
12-09-2010, 07:43 PM
Krajinovic is useless!! He will be 19 in 10 weeks time and so far he only just manage to keep 50% at Challenger wins.. he wasn't much better in Futures though

Useless might be going a bit far, what's Bhambri's record like in challengers. And remember Grigor at the beginning of this season, he was playing in the Futures circuit because he couldn't get passed the first rounds in Challengers, then he built up a bit of confidence and started doing well in Futures. Keep in mind that Krajinovic has been deeper in an ATP draw than any of these other players, making the semi's in Belgrade, so I think you're being a bit quick to judge him.

TennisOnWood
12-09-2010, 08:13 PM
Useless might be going a bit far, what's Bhambri's record like in challengers. And remember Grigor at the beginning of this season, he was playing in the Futures circuit because he couldn't get passed the first rounds in Challengers, then he built up a bit of confidence and started doing well in Futures. Keep in mind that Krajinovic has been deeper in an ATP draw than any of these other players, making the semi's in Belgrade, so I think you're being a bit quick to judge him.

Yeah.. great fixed tournament at home (I am from Serbia). Lets see his next ''deep ATP draw'' or,before that,ANY decent Challenger result in 2011.

GasquetGulbis
12-09-2010, 10:26 PM
Yeah.. great fixed tournament at home (I am from Serbia). Lets see his next ''deep ATP draw'' or,before that,ANY decent Challenger result in 2011.

Well Dimitrov is the highest ranked teen around, and he didn't make his first challenger title until August of this year, so I'll give Krajinovic the same amount of time. Ricardas Berankis who's the best 1990 player, didn't win a Challenger until he was 20, and Thiemo de Bakker didn't do it until he was 21, so he still has some time.

TennisOnWood
12-09-2010, 10:36 PM
Well Dimitrov is the highest ranked teen around, and he didn't make his first challenger title until August of this year, so I'll give Krajinovic the same amount of time. Ricardas Berankis who's the best 1990 player, didn't win a Challenger until he was 20, and Thiemo de Bakker didn't do it until he was 21, so he still has some time.

Yeah,that ''young'' players are better and better every year :o

Lets wait and see what will 2011 bring,I really don't expect anything from Filip and really nothing serious from any of them in ATP Tour (don't think any of them played 15 ATP matches)

Grigor needed just that Geneva title (I watched it and he celebrate like it was Masters 1000 crown) to start great Challengers run but he have talent for much more then that

GasquetGulbis
12-10-2010, 03:10 AM
Yeah,that ''young'' players are better and better every year :o

Lets wait and see what will 2011 bring,I really don't expect anything from Filip and really nothing serious from any of them in ATP Tour (don't think any of them played 15 ATP matches)

Grigor needed just that Geneva title (I watched it and he celebrate like it was Masters 1000 crown) to start great Challengers run but he have talent for much more then that

Ya, I think Berankis and Harrison will be the big movers, Harrison has a very mature game already as shown in the US Open, and plus being American he gets wildcards into the early Masters, and probably will get the Americans spot in the Australian Open too.

petar_pan
12-10-2010, 07:42 AM
I think only Tomic will be a big name. He has to much Tuzla's (balkanian self-confidence) in himself to not do a big thing. Like Djokovic has. Tomic has that spirit. They are not polite guys, they are true balkanian arrogants. And he has best results so far from juniors, he has desire and has much of talent

petar_pan
12-10-2010, 07:49 AM
Yeah,that ''young'' players are better and better every year :o

Lets wait and see what will 2011 bring,I really don't expect anything from Filip and really nothing serious from any of them in ATP Tour (don't think any of them played 15 ATP matches)

Grigor needed just that Geneva title (I watched it and he celebrate like it was Masters 1000 crown) to start great Challengers run but he have talent for much more then that

di si CW, pozdrav od rukija

Unfortunately, you are right so far.

Springer89
01-04-2011, 08:04 PM
ATP "Race" points for 2010:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Ryan Harrison (USA) 309 points
2. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 239 points
3. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
4. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 141 Points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 130* points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 92 points
7. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 75 points
8. Jordan Cox (USA) 69 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) 63 points
10. Yuki Bhambri (IND) 60 points

* Marti cannot count two points against his rankings

Springer89
01-11-2011, 07:13 PM
ATP "Race" points for 2011:
(players from generation 1993 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1993):

1. Silas Araújo de Cerqueira (1996) 1 point

;)

GasquetGulbis
01-13-2011, 04:32 AM
Aw you beat me to it, I was about to ask if anyone born 1995 or after had picked up a point yet, because I just saw that a 95 kid named Smilansky is into the third round of a Futures in Israel.

n8
01-13-2011, 08:09 AM
ATP "Race" points for 2011:
(players from generation 1993 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1993):

1. Silas Araújo de Cerqueira (1996) 1 point

;)

Wow! He'll go onto the rankings on Mon Jan 17th, a day before he turns 15. I wonder when the last time a 14 year old was in the rankings.

Crow_Boy
01-13-2011, 11:17 AM
That is an amazing thing for such a young player, there lots of Aus juniors at 14 that are great players but still couldnt see them getting any points until 15 or 16 all depends on the luck of the draw to.

Springer89
01-15-2011, 11:58 PM
I wonder when the last time a 14 year old was in the rankings.

In 2005 - Cheong-Eui Kim.

n8
01-18-2011, 02:28 AM
In 2005 - Cheong-Eui Kim.

Gees you're good! Thanks! Satellite qualification and semi-finals at 14 and 5 months old is great. Shame at 20 years old now he's still only 867 in the world.

GasquetGulbis
01-18-2011, 03:04 PM
Gianluigi Quinzi qualified for a futures in Mexico as a 14 year old, but lost to the 3rd seed first round, and then the following week he played in a Challenger tournament.

Springer89
01-21-2011, 08:20 PM
2011 ATP "Race" points - until Monday, January 17:
(players from generation 1993 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1993):

1. Igor Smilansky ISR (1995) 2 points
2. Silas Araújo de Cerqueira BRA (1996), Christian Harrison USA (1994), Taro Daniel JPN, Robert Rumler CZE and Joep Dieteren NED 1 point

Smilansky reached Israel F1 futures QF by defeating Mikhail Fufygin (#787) and fourth seed Steven Diez (#468) before losing to eventual runner-up Henri Laaksonen.

Springer89
01-23-2011, 02:38 PM
2011 ATP "Race" points - until Monday, January 24:
(players from generation 1993 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1993):

1. Liam Broady GBR (1994) 3 points
2. Igor Smilansky ISR (1995) and Robert Rumler CZE 2 points
4. Silas Araújo de Cerqueira BRA (1996), Christian Harrison USA (1994), Taro Daniel JPN, Joep Dieteren NED and Ryan Smith USA (1994) 1 point

Broady, who is the best ranked 1994 born player (#1107) atm, qualified and reached Great Britain F2 futures QF by defeating Baptiste Dupuy (#558) and Colin O'Brien (#615).

fil11
01-26-2011, 12:17 AM
I have a lot of questions for you Springer89 .... Where I can find the Year End Ranking of 2010 ??

And who is the Top 5 player for:

1994, 1995, 1996, and 1997 ??

1994: Broady, Saville, Khalke ?
1995: Milojevic, ??
1996: Singh Bisht ??
1997: ??



Thanks, you're a God !

Springer89
01-27-2011, 10:31 PM
I have a lot of questions for you Springer89 .... Where I can find the Year End Ranking of 2010 ??

Here (http://www.atpworldtour.com/~/media/FDFEAA79B2254AFE9CFFC3F840335900.ashx) and here (http://www.atpworldtour.com/Rankings/Singles.aspx?d=27.12.2010&c=&r=1#) but you might like this one (http://stevegtennis.com/rankings/2010/s122710.htm)

And who is the Top 5 player for:

1994, 1995, 1996, and 1997 ??

1994: Broady, Saville, Khalke ?
1995: Milojevic, ??
1996: Singh Bisht ??
1997: ??

At the end of 2010? Or overall, regardless of year they achieved their best rank (e.g. Kahlke is unranked at the end of 2010 but achieved career high rank of 1415 which makes him 6th in his generation.

I guess you ment the latter so here it is:

1994:
#1102 Liam Broady
#1111 Thiago Moura Monteiro
#1191 Luke Saville
#1264 Bernardo Casares
#1283 David Perez Sanz

1995:
#1505 Noureldin Adam
#1508 Thai-Son Kwiatkowski
Igor Smilansky will be ranked on Monday for the first time.

1996:
#1516 Silas Araujo De Cerqueira

1997:
None. See Age eligibility here (http://www.menstennisforums.com/showpost.php?p=10255643&postcount=41).

Milojevic hasn't played any pro tournament yet.

Thanks, you're a good !

Corrected. :p And welcome to the forums! :)

Springer89
01-28-2011, 11:51 PM
2011 ATP "Race" points - until Monday, January 31:
(players from generation 1993 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1993):

1. Liam Broady GBR (1994), Robert Rumler CZE, Taro Daniel JPN and Olivier Duberville FRA 3 points
5. Igor Smilansky ISR (1995) 2 points
6. Silas Araújo de Cerqueira BRA (1996), Christian Harrison USA (1994), Joep Dieteren NED, Ryan Smith USA (1994), Carlos Boluda-Purkiss ESP and Dor Belfer ISR 1 point

Olivier Duberville, unranked junior with no playing activity record on ITF, qualified in Reunion Island challenger by defeating another wild card.

Taro Daniel qualified and reached quarterfinals in Spain F3 futures by defeating Juan Lizariturry (#538) before losing to Spain F2 futures winner Pablo Carreño-Busta.

Victor Giraldo
01-31-2011, 10:08 PM
Mateo Ruiz Naranjo(1996) en segunda ronda Colombia F1

Springer89
01-31-2011, 11:10 PM
And he qualified for MD... :)

Springer89
02-06-2011, 03:32 PM
2011 ATP "Race" points - until Monday, February 7:
(players from generation 1993 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1993):

1. Carlos Boluda-Purkiss ESP 7 points
2. Liam Broady GBR (1994), Robert Rumler CZE, Taro Daniel JPN and Olivier Duberville FRA 3 points
6. Igor Smilansky ISR (1995) and Marcos Giraldi Requena ESP 2 points
8. 10 players with 1 point

Boluda (#628) reached 10K Spain F4 futures SF by defeating Marc Fornell-Mestres (#448), fifth seed Gabriel Trujillo-Soler (#296) and fourth seed Pablo Santos-Gonzalez (#284) before losing to sixth seed Javier Marti (#308).

Lucky loser Marcos Giraldi Requena (#1364) reached quarterfinals in same futures event by defeating Andoni Vivanco-Guzman (#566) and Oscar Sabate-Bretos (#603) before losing to seventh seed Pedro Clar-Rossello (#340).

GasquetGulbis
02-09-2011, 03:51 PM
A match between two 1994's in the French Futures. Mathias Bourge vs Liam Broady.

Springer89
02-13-2011, 12:43 PM
2011 ATP "Race" points - until Monday, February 14:
(players from generation 1993 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1993):

1. Liam Broady GBR (1994) 11 points
2. Carlos Boluda-Purkiss ESP 7 points
3. Robert Rumler CZE, Taro Daniel JPN and Olivier Duberville FRA 3 points
6. Igor Smilansky ISR (1995) and Marcos Giraldi Requena ESP 2 points
8. 14 players with 1 point

Broady (#978) qualified and reached SF in 10K+ France F3 futures. He defeated eighth seed Rudy Coco (#420) and two wildcards: U16 European champion and reigning Copa Gerdau champion Mathias Bourgue and Jiri Skoloudik (#598) before losing to fourth seed Arnau Brugues-Davi (#346).

First ATP point for Albert Alcaraz Ivorra (1995). Wildcard Alcaraz defeated Marc Giner (#748) in first round. Wrong info on his ITF profile (http://www.itftennis.com/mens/players/player.asp?player=100149827), he is righthanded.

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Springer89
02-20-2011, 03:04 PM
2011 ATP "Race" points - until Monday, February 21:
(players from generation 1993 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1993):

1. Carlos Boluda-Purkiss ESP 13 points
2. Liam Broady GBR (1994) 11 points
3. Robert Rumler CZE, Taro Daniel JPN and Olivier Duberville FRA 3 points
6. Igor Smilansky ISR (1995) and Marcos Giraldi Requena ESP 2 points
8. 16 players with 1 point

Boluda-Purkiss (#590) reached another 10K futures semifinal in Spain.

Sauletekis
03-10-2011, 04:41 PM
Frederico Silva (1995) win his 1st ATP point by beating Gonçalo Pereira (nº 775) 6-1 6-1 in Portugal F2.:worship:

Pirata.
03-12-2011, 04:10 AM
Tiago Fernandes (1993) qualified for the MD of the Tokyo challenger and won his first round match and earned six points (I think)

Springer89
03-13-2011, 08:50 AM
Six for winning first round match and three for qualifying.

GasquetGulbis
03-17-2011, 05:22 AM
Another 96 kid won a futures match today, Daniil Medvedev

duong
03-23-2011, 05:24 PM
If I don't make any mistake, here's the current Race (on the 21st of March 2011) :

1. Tiago Fernandes (Brasil) 18 points
2. Carlos Boluda-Purkiss (Esp) 13 points
3. Liam Broady (GB, 1994) 11 points
4. Leonard Stakhovsky (Ukr) 7 points (he's Sergey's brother)
5. Denys Mylokostov (Ukr) 6 points
6. Taro Daniel (Jap) 5 points
7. Andrew Whittington (Aus), Robert Rumler (Cze), Andres Artunedo-Martinavarr (Esp) and Olivier Duberville (Fra) 3 points

if I missed any one with 3 points or more please tell me ;)

Osomec
03-23-2011, 07:29 PM
Liam Broady has picked up another 2 points so far this week in the Barcelona Futures, and is still in the tournament.

Pirata.
03-25-2011, 02:29 AM
If I don't make any mistake, here's the current Race (on the 21st of March 2011) :

1. Tiago Fernandes (Brasil) 18 points
2. Carlos Boluda-Purkiss (Esp) 13 points
3. Liam Broady (GB, 1994) 11 points
4. Leonard Stakhovsky (Ukr) 7 points (he's Sergey's brother)
5. Denys Mylokostov (Ukr) 6 points
6. Taro Daniel (Jap) 5 points
7. Andrew Whittington (Aus), Robert Rumler (Cze), Andres Artunedo-Martinavarr (Esp) and Olivier Duberville (Fra) 3 points

:worship:

Belludal
03-25-2011, 02:49 PM
Tiago Fernandes! :yeah:

Springer89
03-26-2011, 10:32 AM
If I don't make any mistake, here's the current Race (on the 21st of March 2011) :


Thanks for posting :)
You missed one guy - Edgar Lopez from Mexico. He won one match in San Jose challenger in Costa Rica two week ago and got 5 points for qualifying.

duong
03-29-2011, 11:39 AM
Thanks for posting :)
You missed one guy - Edgar Lopez from Mexico. He won one match in San Jose challenger in Costa Rica two week ago and got 5 points for qualifying.

yes thanks 5 points for only one match :lol:

and yes, Broady won 2 matches last week ;)

Overall all of these players don't have as a good start of the season as the ones of 1992 last year :shrug:

update :

1. Tiago Fernandes (Brasil) 18 points
2. Liam Broady (GB, 1994) and Carlos Boluda-Purkiss (Esp) 13 points
4. Leonard Stakhovsky (Ukr) 7 points (Sergey's brother)
5. Denys Mylokostov (Ukr) 6 points
6. Taro Daniel (Jap) and Edgar Lopez (Mex) 5 points
8. Andrew Whittington (Aus), Robert Rumler (Cze), Andres Artunedo-Martinavarr (Esp) and Olivier Duberville (Fra) 3 points

Springer89
04-02-2011, 04:19 PM
Broady got one more by defeating Taro Daniel in first round of Spain futures while Dimitar Kuzmanov (BUL) joined the players with 3 points by adding one from his victory in first round in Turkey futures event.

Super Djoker
04-10-2011, 12:46 AM
Liam Broady Could be a good player! I fear he could just be another adverage Brit who gets into the top 400 but not much further thought. I think Jiri Vesely could go far! 17 year old Czech Junior Number 1

Pirata.
04-11-2011, 08:49 AM
66 points now for Tiago Fernandes to a career high of 380 :worship:

Not 100% sure, but I think he's youngest player in the top 400 now? Maybe top 500?

quiron
04-12-2011, 03:46 AM
Tiago :eek: surprise

Springer89
04-12-2011, 10:47 PM
66 points now for Tiago Fernandes to a career high of 380 :worship:

Not 100% sure, but I think he's youngest player in the top 400 now? Maybe top 500?

The youngest in top 500.

Points update:
1.Tiago Fernandes BRA 66 pts
2. Lim Broady GBR (1994) 14 pts
3. Carlos Boluda-Purkiss ESP 13 pts
4. Taro Daniel JPN 11 pts
5. Leonard Stakhovsky UKR 7 pts
6. Denys Mylokostov UKR, Bruno Sant'anna BRA, Filip Horansky SVK 6 pts
9. Edgar Lopez MEX 5 pts
10. Andres Artunedo Martinavarr ESP, Andrew Whittington AUS, Dimitar Kuzmanov BUL, Mate Pavic CRO, Olivier Duberville FRA, Robert Rumler CZE 3 points

Springer89
04-29-2011, 05:33 PM
Points (update with tournaments from April 18)

1. Tiago Fernandes BRA 66 pts
2. Roberto Carballés Baena ESP 20 pts
3. Liam Broady GBR (1994) 14 pts
4. Carlos Boluda-Purkiss ESP 13 pts
5. Taro Daniel JPN 11 pts
6. Leonard Stakhovsky UKR 7 pts
7. Denys Mylokostov UKR, Bruno Sant'anna BRA, Filip Horanský SVK 6 pts
10. Édgar López MEX 5 pts

Super Djoker
06-28-2011, 11:10 PM
Gee, I was way too harsh on Broady! Pretty sound progress so far! More excited about his chances than Golding!

Super Djoker
06-28-2011, 11:13 PM
Liam Broady ain't in the top 500!? 780 odd ATM!

pesto
07-05-2011, 11:18 AM
I looked at these today - I was just interested to see how wins in Wimby qualie R1 had affected Broady and Golding.

I think I did this wrong - these are ranking points, not race points, but anyway:

1. Tiago Fernandes BRA 98 (396)
2. Roberto Carballés Baena ESP 78 (443)
3. Taro Daniel JPN 33 (624)
4. Carlos Boluda-Purkiss ESP 32 (633)
5. Jiri Vesely CZE 30 (641)
6. Liam Broady GBR (1994) 27 (668)
7. Oliver Golding GBR 16 (790)
8. Leonard Stakhovsky UKR 12 (863)
9. Filip Horanský SVK 8 (954)
10. Denys Mylokostov UKR 7 (989)
11. Bruno Sant'anna BRA 7 (989)
12. George Morgan GBR 7 (996)
13. Édgar López MEX 5 (1078)


Senior ranking in brackets.

Just did names from last list plus Golding, Morgan and Vesely.

Super Djoker
07-06-2011, 01:24 PM
Yeah I saw Broady moved up a lot, I was like WTF! Lol, forgot he won a round of qualies at Wimb! 668 now, and Junior WN 7! Not a bad few weeks, think he,s mena be playin a future in France soon , so I hope he does well there!

Pirata.
07-06-2011, 06:43 PM
Let's go Tiago! :bounce:

mcarvalho
07-07-2011, 01:50 PM
I looked at these today - I was just interested to see how wins in Wimby qualie R1 had affected Broady and Golding.

I think I did this wrong - these are ranking points, not race points, but anyway:

1. Tiago Fernandes BRA 98 (396)
2. Roberto Carballés Baena ESP 78 (443)
3. Taro Daniel JPN 33 (624)
4. Carlos Boluda-Purkiss ESP 32 (633)
5. Jiri Vesely CZE 30 (641)
6. Liam Broady GBR (1994) 27 (668)
7. Oliver Golding GBR 16 (790)
8. Leonard Stakhovsky UKR 12 (863)
9. Filip Horanský SVK 8 (954)
10. Denys Mylokostov UKR 7 (989)
11. Bruno Sant'anna BRA 7 (989)
12. George Morgan GBR 7 (996)
13. Édgar López MEX 5 (1078)


Senior ranking in brackets.

Just did names from last list plus Golding, Morgan and Vesely.

If you are doing the list based in ranking points, you miss these guys from the Top 1000:

Suk-Young Jeong KOR (669)
Jason Kubler AUS (676)
Andres Artunedo Martinavarr ESP (701)
Juan Ignacio Londero ARG (726)
Robert Rumler CZE (807)
Sean Berman USA (842)
Mathias Bourgue FRA (1994) (855)
Jannick Lupescu NED (882)
Edoardo Eremin ITA (886)
Dominic Thiem AUT (909)
Oriol Roca Batalla ESP (913)
Dimitar Kuzmanov BUL (938)
Ramkumar Ramanathan IND (1994) (957)
Diego Hidalgo ECU (958)

pesto
07-08-2011, 11:57 AM
If you are doing the list based in ranking points, you miss these guys from the Top 1000:


Cheers. Somehow I missed that there was a separate thread for ranking points. But it doesn't seem like anyone posted there for a while.

So if I combine the lists, I get these as the juniors in the top 1000:

1. Tiago Fernandes BRA 98 (396)
2. Roberto Carballés Baena ESP 78 (443)
3. Taro Daniel JPN 33 (624)
4. Carlos Boluda-Purkiss ESP 32 (633)
5. Jiri Vesely CZE 30 (641)
6. Liam Broady GBR (1994) 27 (668)
7. Suk-Young Jeong KOR 27 (669)
8. Jason Kubler AUS 26 (676)
9. Andres Artunedo Martinavarr ESP 23 (701)
10. Juan Ignacio Londero ARG 21 (726)
11. Oliver Golding GBR 16 (790)
12. Robert Rumler CZE 15 (807)
13. Sean Berman USA 13 (842)
14. Mathias Bourgue FRA (1994) 12 (855)
15. Leonard Stakhovsky UKR 12 (863)
16. Jannick Lupescu NED 11 (882)
17. Edoardo Eremin ITA 11 (886)
18. Dominic Thiem AUT 10 (909)
19. Oriol Roca Batalla ESP 10 (913)
20. Dimitar Kuzmanov BUL 9 (938)
21. Filip Horanský SVK 8 (954)
22. Ramkumar Ramanathan IND (1994) 8 (957)
23. Diego Hidalgo ECU 8 (958)
24. Denys Mylokostov UKR 7 (989)
25. Bruno Sant'anna BRA 7 (989)
26. George Morgan GBR 7 (996)

Snowwy
07-19-2011, 07:16 PM
Peliwo(1994) now has 6 points, he will be interesting to watch in the upcoming weeks.

TennisOnWood
07-19-2011, 08:27 PM
Peliwo(1994) now has 6 points, he will be interesting to watch in the upcoming weeks.

Not really.. he only plays this Challenger, last year and this year

But, he almost made Top 1000 with that

Sombrerero loco
09-20-2011, 09:50 AM
taro daniel is ranked 512 this week :hearts:

BrunoBeidacki
09-22-2011, 04:09 AM
I really think that Clezar should be ranked... he was born in December 31st of 1992

seulCONTREtous
10-24-2011, 06:58 PM
Hong Chung (KOR - born in 1993) now has 22 ranking points

ciprianned
01-27-2013, 09:19 AM
Who is the most impressive tournament for a junior ?
I found it one :

US Junior International Hard Court Championships
Mercer County Outdoor Tennis Centre, West Windsor, USA19 Aug - 23 Aug 2003 Singles Main Draw Grade 3 Entry: Q Surface: Hard (O)
32 W H2H vs AZCURRA, Gerardo (ARG) 6-2 6-2
16 W H2H vs LIM, Yu-Sung (KOR) 6-1 6-0
QF W H2H vs SACKS, Gary (RSA) 6-3 6-3
SF W H2H vs CHIRICO, Jarrett (USA) 6-1 6-0
FR W H2H vs NEILLY, Timothy (USA) 6-4 6-0
Q32 W H2H vs KRAUSE, Peter (USA) 6-0 6-0
Q16 W H2H vs DOPPELT, Kyle (USA) 6-3 6-0

Luis-Manuel FLORES
This player had beat Djokovic 2 times :) : http://www.itftennis.com/Juniors/players/head-to-head/result.aspx?Player1=30023155&Player2=100004087