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2002 End of Year Ranks (ESP)

TheBoiledEgg
11-18-2002, 02:54 PM
Pts Pts +/-
Rank This Last Since # Of
Rank Player Nat Diff Week Week +/- Jan 1 Trn*
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1 Hewitt, Lleyton AUS 0 4485 3835 650 120 21
2 Agassi, Andre USA 0 3395 3395 0 -125 19
3 Safin, Marat RUS 0 2845 2845 0 925 21
4 Ferrero, Juan Carlos ESP 0 2740 2340 400 -300 26
5 Moya, Carlos ESP 0 2630 2330 300 1320 26
6 Federer, Roger SUI 0 2590 2290 300 845 25
7 Novak, Jiri CZE 0 2335 2235 100 1244 27
8 Henman, Tim GBR 0 2215 2215 0 115 19
9 Costa, Albert ESP 2 2070 1970 100 1110 24
10 Roddick, Andy USA -1 2045 2045 0 472 22
11 Haas, Tommy GER -1 2020 2020 0 -265 23
12 Nalbandian, David ARG 0 1775 1792 -17 980 24
13 Sampras, Pete USA 0 1735 1735 0 -205 18
14 Johansson, Thomas SWE 0 1725 1725 0 350 23
15 Canas, Guillermo ARG 0 1725 1725 0 153 25
16 Srichaphan, Paradorn THA 0 1681 1681 0 1327 32
17 Grosjean, Sebastien FRA 0 1640 1640 0 -1150 22
18 Gonzalez, Fernando CHI 0 1636 1636 0 1349 25
19 Corretja, Alex ESP 0 1555 1555 0 30 23
20 Schalken, Sjeng NED 0 1525 1525 0 385 28
21 Gaudio, Gaston ARG 0 1490 1490 0 730 20
22 El Aynaoui, Younes MAR 0 1435 1435 0 462 29
23 Chela, Juan Ignacio ARG 0 1240 1240 0 696 28
24 Rios, Marcelo CHI 0 1230 1230 0 265 23
25 Malisse, Xavier BEL 0 1225 1225 0 180 23
26 Pavel, Andrei ROM 0 1225 1225 0 120 26
27 Kafelnikov, Yevgeny RUS 0 1190 1190 0 -1900 25
28 Blake, James USA 0 1170 1170 0 636 24
29 Lapentti, Nicolas ECU 0 1090 1090 0 -80 28
30 Robredo, Tommy ESP 0 1050 1050 0 -30 25
31 Rusedski, Greg GBR 0 1010 1010 0 -65 23
32 Youzhny, Mikhail RUS 0 995 995 0 379 26
33 Schuettler, Rainer GER 0 980 980 0 95 30
34 Escude, Nicolas FRA 0 960 960 0 -170 21
35 Santoro, Fabrice FRA 0 955 955 0 -255 26
36 Mathieu, Paul-Henri FRA 0 952 952 0 696 25
37 Kuerten, Gustavo BRA 0 935 935 0 -2920 19
38 Clement, Arnaud FRA 0 925 925 0 -550 23
39 Ferreira, Wayne RSA 0 875 875 0 275 20
40 Nieminen, Jarkko FIN 1 875 837 38 272 30
41 Acasuso, Jose ARG -1 868 868 0 394 26
42 Gambill, Jan-Michael USA 0 825 825 0 -390 27
43 Mirnyi, Max BLR 0 810 810 0 -205 27
44 Enqvist, Thomas SWE 0 810 810 0 -355 19
45 Coria, Guillermo ARG 0 778 778 0 -97 22
46 Sanguinetti, Davide ITA 1 773 773 0 322 27
47 Martin, Todd USA 1 755 755 0 135 18
48 Bjorkman, Jonas SWE 1 745 745 0 140 24
49 Ljubicic, Ivan CRO 1 735 735 0 -247 27
50 Calleri, Agustin ARG -4 730 775 -45 168 24
51 Hrbaty, Dominik SVK 0 726 726 0 -279 33
52 Arthurs, Wayne AUS 0 720 720 0 202 26
53 Zabaleta, Mariano ARG 0 711 711 0 97 28
54 Koubek, Stefan AUT 0 685 685 0 87 31
55 Mantilla, Felix ESP 0 680 680 0 -170 27
56 Massu, Nicolas CHI 0 680 680 0 170 22
57 Dent, Taylor USA 0 676 676 0 350 27
58 Vicente, Fernando ESP 0 671 671 0 -44 34
59 Ferrer, David ESP 0 645 645 0 466 29
60 Sanchez, David ESP 0 642 642 0 111 27
61 Martin, Alberto ESP 0 640 640 0 -293 27
62 Lopez, Feliciano ESP 0 633 633 0 391 25
63 Stepanek, Radek CZE 0 633 633 0 598 16
64 Rochus, Olivier BEL 0 624 624 0 258 26
65 Carlsen, Kenneth DEN 0 621 621 0 372 23
66 Sa, Andre BRA 0 607 607 0 126 27
67 Spadea, Vincent USA 0 590 590 0 270 33
68 Voinea, Adrian ROM 0 579 579 0 154 26
69 Kratochvil, Michel SUI 0 570 570 0 -266 27
70 Sluiter, Raemon NED 0 567 567 0 263 29
71 Dupuis, Anthony FRA 0 566 566 0 113 30
72 Kiefer, Nicolas GER 0 550 550 0 -370 26
73 Voltchkov, Vladimir BLR 0 550 550 0 130 20
74 Pless, Kristian DEN 0 548 548 0 -12 32
75 Meligeni, Fernando BRA 0 538 538 0 -1 25
76 Ulihrach, Bohdan CZE 0 530 530 0 -525 29
77 Burgsmuller, Lars GER 0 525 525 0 24 34
78 Boutter, Julien FRA 1 513 513 0 -197 28
79 Horna, Luis PER -1 507 515 -8 219 25
80 Montanes, Albert ESP 0 501 501 0 -84 31
81 Fish, Mardy USA 5 498 468 30 219 21
82 Squillari, Franco ARG -1 494 494 0 -196 27
83 Philippoussis, Mark AUS -1 490 490 0 90 15
84 Kucera, Karol SVK -1 483 483 0 71 21
85 Davydenko, Nikolay RUS -1 483 483 0 -29 37
86 Verkerk, Martin NED 5 472 430 42 234 28
87 Portas, Albert ESP 0 450 450 0 -770 28
88 Saretta, Flavio BRA -3 449 471 -22 28 26
89 Arazi, Hicham MAR -1 443 443 0 -712 25
90 Melzer, Jurgen AUT -1 441 441 0 217 21
91 Lee, Hyung-Taik KOR -1 435 435 0 71 24
92 Labadze, Irakli GEO 0 427 427 0 38 32
93 Rosset, Marc SUI 3 426 409 17 67 28
94 Mutis, Olivier FRA -1 415 415 0 299 18
95 Savolt, Attila HUN -1 414 414 0 -33 28
96 Norman, Dick BEL -1 411 411 0 193 24
97 Vahaly, Brian USA 1 399 399 0 311 27
98 Di Pasquale, Arnaud FRA 1 398 398 0 127 17
99 Morrison, Jeff USA -2 389 399 -10 174 21
100 Sargsian, Sargis ARM 1 385 385 0 -154 25
101 Krajan, Zeljko CRO 1 383 383 0 161 31
102 Gimelstob, Justin USA 1 381 381 0 172 29
103 Llodra, Michael FRA 1 380 380 0 -84 26
104 Lisnard, Jean-Rene FRA 1 380 380 0 247 26
105 Norman, Magnus SWE 1 378 378 0 -362 25
106 Ginepri, Robby USA -6 377 394 -17 165 25
107 Knowle, Julian AUT 0 375 375 0 78 30
108 Balcells, Juan ESP 0 374 374 0 -69 30
109 Mamiit, Cecil USA 0 371 371 0 -6 32
110 Vacek, Jan CZE 0 369 369 0 -157 33
111 Golmard, Jerome FRA 0 365 365 0 -357 19
112 Krajicek, Richard NED 0 350 350 0 350 14
113 Ancic, Mario CRO 0 350 350 0 239 27
114 Waske, Alexander GER 0 348 348 0 217 24
115 van Lottum, John NED 0 346 346 0 13 23
116 Clavet, Francisco ESP 0 345 345 0 -370 24
117 Popp, Alexander GER 0 344 344 0 114 18
118 Kim, Alex USA 3 338 331 7 195 27
119 Puerta, Mariano ARG -1 338 338 0 199 19
120 Pioline, Cedric FRA -1 335 335 0 -162 22
121 Heuberger, Ivo SUI -1 333 333 0 -34 34
122 Gaudenzi, Andrea ITA 0 329 329 0 -372 29
123 Kohlmann, Michael GER 0 328 328 0 -39 30
124 Delgado, Ramon PAR 0 323 323 0 -127 24
125 Beck, Karol SVK 0 322 322 0 214 23
126 Chang, Michael USA 0 321 321 0 -124 27
127 Hipfl, Markus AUT 0 321 321 0 -199 22
128 Galvani, Stefano ITA 0 318 318 0 31 30
129 Okun, Noam ISR 0 308 315 -7 -55 21
130 Coutelot, Nicolas FRA 0 306 306 0 28 24
131 Thomann, Nicolas FRA 0 299 299 0 135 23
132 Calatrava, Alex ESP 1 297 297 0 -118 25
133 Blanco, Galo ESP 1 296 296 0 -391 30
134 Mello, Ricardo BRA 1 295 295 0 -4 25
135 Stoliarov, Andrei RUS 1 290 290 0 -220 33
136 Galimberti, Giorgio ITA 1 285 285 0 86 31
137 Draper, Scott AUS -5 280 298 -18 115 14
138 Carraz, Gregory FRA 1 280 280 0 82 29
139 Kunitcin, Igor RUS 1 280 280 0 207 24
140 Suzuki, Takao JPN 1 278 278 0 117 18
141 Brasington, Jack USA -3 276 280 -4 85 21
142 Behrend, Tomas GER 0 273 273 0 -38 19
143 Gross, Oliver GER 0 269 269 0 12 27
144 Bachelot, Jean-Francois FRA 0 264 264 0 126 21
145 Ramirez-Hidalgo, Ruben ESP 0 260 260 0 14 26
146 Rochus, Christophe BEL 0 258 258 0 -292 27
147 Fukarek, Ota CZE 0 256 256 0 -140 25
148 Zib, Tomas CZE 7 254 243 11 90 25
149 Marin, Juan Antonio CRC -1 254 254 0 -51 26
150 Miranda, Ivan PER -1 252 252 0 163 18
151 Phau, Bjorn GER 2 251 243 8 45 29
152 Radic, Mario CRO -2 249 249 0 143 29
153 Larsson, Magnus SWE -2 248 248 0 -41 17
154 Volandri, Filippo ITA -2 244 244 0 69 26
155 Mazarakis, Vasilis GRE -1 243 243 0 18 23
156 Bastl, George SUI 0 240 240 0 -126 29
157 Eschauer, Werner AUT 0 240 240 0 66 17
158 Goldstein, Paul USA 0 240 236 4 -35 24
159 Zovko, Lovro CRO 20 237 203 34 108 23
160 Russell, Michael USA -1 234 234 0 -232 31
161 Saulnier, Cyril FRA -1 232 232 0 -56 18
162 van Scheppingen, Dennis NED -1 232 232 0 -111 21
163 Rehnquist, Bjorn SWE -1 231 231 0 82 22
164 Simoni, Alexandre BRA -1 229 229 0 -163 28
165 Vliegen, Kristof BEL -1 226 226 0 185 17
166 Gasquet, Richard FRA -1 225 225 0 223 14
167 Varlet, Julien FRA -1 224 224 0 170 20
168 Ogorodov, Oleg UZB -1 219 219 0 -42 28
169 Delfino, Mariano ARG -1 215 215 0 124 19
170 Hanescu, Victor ROM -1 215 215 0 39 25
171 Ketola, Tuomas FIN -1 213 213 0 67 25
172 Parmar, Arvind GBR -1 209 209 0 31 23
173 Verdasco, Fernando ESP -1 208 208 0 157 19
174 Giner, Juan ESP -1 208 208 0 164 20
175 Karlovic, Ivo CRO 5 207 203 4 10 25
176 Soderling, Robin SWE -2 206 206 0 150 18
177 Kendrick, Robert USA 4 206 202 4 34 27
178 Elseneer, Gilles BEL -2 205 205 0 23 19
179 Luczak, Peter AUS -4 205 206 -1 91 24
180 Caratti, Cristiano ITA -3 204 204 0 54 21
181 Vinciguerra, Andreas SWE 7 199 182 17 -826 23
182 Vassallo-Arguello, Martin ITA -4 198 203 -5 12 22
183 Vosloo, Louis RSA -1 198 198 0 113 24
184 Golovanov, Denis RUS -1 192 192 0 8 25
185 Kutsenko, Vadim UZB -1 192 192 0 -62 23
186 Roitman, Sergio ARG -1 190 190 0 31 21
187 Furlan, Renzo ITA -1 184 184 0 -15 19
188 Starace, Potito ITA -1 183 183 0 109 18
189 Lopez, Marc ESP 0 181 181 0 -139 22
190 Gallardo, Miguel MEX 3 180 175 5 46 22
191 Peya, Alexander AUT -1 179 179 0 -21 28
192 Schukin, Yuri RUS 2 179 175 4 -91 34
193 Perez, Didac ESP -2 177 177 0 16 20
194 Lu, Yen-Hsun TPE -2 175 175 0 140 20
195 Taino, Eric USA 1 172 172 0 24 24
196 Charpentier, Marcelo ARG 1 172 172 0 65 15
197 Moyano, Diego ARG 1 170 171 -1 69 15
198 Bogomolov, Alex USA 1 169 169 0 152 21
199 Herm-Zahlava, Jakub GER 2 168 167 1 114 14
200 Lee, Martin GBR 0 167 167 0 -232 23

Chloe le Bopper
11-18-2002, 03:09 PM
Hass at number 11? *shakes her head at Tommy*

David is on the cusp - come on, start the season well and break the top ten before Wimbledon :D (when you defend a third of your points :p)

Ferrero defends next to nothing untill Monte Carlo.

Hewitt and Agassi defend nothing at the Australian Open.

Marat will struggle to hold his ranking, or rise it above those three, unless he wins the aussie. Even then...

Layla
11-18-2002, 03:12 PM
Thank you for posting the rankings. :) I haven't bothered to look for them yet.

YES! Arnaud Di Pasquale finished the year in the top 100 after all, which is a great achievement, since he was ranked around 350 in April and had to qualify for small challengers like Ljubljana. Congrats to him. :)

Congrats to Ferrero as well for finishing the year on such a good note and reaching #4. Unlike Safin, he has nothing to defend come the Australian Open. But Marat did improve his points by almost 1000, which however is nothing compared to Moya, who really had a fantastic year considering his previous form and rankings. It's great to see him back at the top where he belongs. :) Novak also had an outstanding year in terms of consistency which earned him a place in the top 8. Well done. :)

As for disappointments, the major drop in points happened to one of the sweetest and most popular players on the tour, Guga, which is very sad indeed. :( But he will have ample opportunities to climb back to where he belongs next year, if he remains healthy. And the other one is Yevgeny. :( It's bizarre to see him down to 27 after he spent most of the year (the first half anyway) in the top 3. For me personally, the greatest disappointment was Grosjean, who dropped 1150 points. He had flashes of brilliance but was too inconsistent. I wish him a brilliant year in 2003. :)

Chloe le Bopper
11-18-2002, 03:24 PM
Injuries aside, I think we'll see Guga in the top ten again next year :)

Maybe he can even win the US Open (but leave the French alone, share in the wealth, share in the wealth!)

Grosjean spent sections of this year injured. I'm sure we haven't seen the last of him.

I might also point out that Ferrero is the first spaniard since Brugera to finish consecutive years in the top 5. Here is to a healthy injury free season in 2003, do it again! :D

TheBoiledEgg
11-18-2002, 03:33 PM
Carlos has nothing really to defend until Monte Carlo :)

I'm sure we'll see more ups and downs from Marat in 2003 (hopefully more ups)

Misha should be seeded for AUS OPEN too now :)

TheBoiledEgg
11-18-2002, 03:36 PM
One thing i don't get is how Krajicek has 14 tourns :confused:, he had 12 when he appeared on ranks (his 1st tourn for 20 months)

Doris Loeffel
11-18-2002, 03:56 PM
Wow Rosset still under top 100!! So he got his goal not having to qualify for AO!!

Little disapointment for Kratochvil, Bastl, and Heuberger who all dropped in the rankings.

And of course Roger top swiss ;) (Still a bit sad as he had heaps of chances to finish even better....)

Scotso
11-18-2002, 04:27 PM
I hope Karol breaks the top 100 next year.

TennisHack
11-18-2002, 04:31 PM
All of my boys, with the exception of 1, have improved on their 2001 seasons :)

Juan Carlos only moved 1 spot from last year's year-end rankings to this year's, but what a hard-fought battle especially after being injured for almost the entire first half of the year. Bravo!! :) His game and his record on all surfaces has improved, and he has a winning record on all the different surfaces this year :)

James Blake made a huge leap, not only in the rankings but in his game. He finished 2001 at #74, and this year he's sitting pretty in the Top 30 for the first time, at #28 :) He also won his first singles and doubles titles and challenged for two more. I really am looking forward to seeing his improvement next year. I especially hope for good things during the summer :)

My favorite Finn continues to improve by leaps and bounds :bounce: Jarkko Nieminen, though ranked a little higher during the summer when he played tour-level events for the first time, jumps from #61 (the first Finn to finish in the Top 100 in ten years) last year to #40. As I said, he had stints in the mid-30s, on the strength of his many challenger wins last year that allowed him to have direct entry into main draws this year. :) I am especially looking forward to seeing him battle it out on the clay, as his first big points to defend are coming up before Roland Garros.

Michel Kratochvil is my lone disappointment, dropping from #46 to #69. He had some huge wins this year but was unable to defend his points after the US Open, where he had previously reached two finals. Plus he was sick all during Basel :( And, his first points to defend are semifinals at Auckland, so I hope a nice long rest and some fun in the snow in Switzerland will bring him back to the game with a fresh mentality. He's looking to be a bit of a late bloomer, but I believe winning that first title will help his confidence immensely. :)

babydoll
11-18-2002, 05:03 PM
Go Andy!!!!! #10 baby! :bounce:

Nimi
11-18-2002, 05:29 PM
I see an Israeli there :p
Go Noam! :D

Guga will be unseeded in OZ :eek:
Someone's going to be very depressed.

Dissident
11-18-2002, 07:13 PM
Guga will play Auckland a week before the Aussie, to get used to the courts and maybe try to go up to maybe get seeded. Who knows... Many players can possibly NOT play there.

And he did not at all play 19 tournaments this season.

Aussie Open
B. Aires
Mallorca
Roma TMS
Hamburg TMS
Roland Garros
Stuttgart Out
Los Angeles
Canada TMS
Cincinnati TMS
US Open
Salvador
Lyon
Madrid TMS
Paris TMS

That makes 15 :confused:
Oh well... :p

TheBoiledEgg
11-18-2002, 08:20 PM
I think they add the tourns where they have to play onto their totals which is weird

Guga missed WIMBLEDON, Indian Wells TMS, Miami TMS & Monte Carlo TMS,

Hurley
11-18-2002, 08:24 PM
Yes, they do, Eggy.

They give you the "0" but it still counts towards your total results. :mad:

Static
11-18-2002, 08:28 PM
Marco isn't in top 200 yet :(

Ma. Estefania
11-18-2002, 08:35 PM
Magnus finished at 105, well, not bad after the fact that he has been kinda recovering yet from many injuries.
I hope he can be healthy for next year....and that all those damn problems on his hip can disappear!

Dissident
11-18-2002, 09:03 PM
Oh, ok, that makes sense.
Thanks TBE and Hurley. :wavey:

Chloe le Bopper
11-18-2002, 11:58 PM
Thankfully Guga has many months to get his ranking up for Roland Garros seeds.

And good lord, he better.

:p

Scotso
11-19-2002, 12:06 AM
I hope he doesn't :D

RG 1st Round:

Gustavo Kuerten vs. Andre Agassi :D

Chloe le Bopper
11-19-2002, 12:15 AM
That would be beautiful Scott.

But the odds of that are as good as first round Guga vs Ferrero.

However, the only way Guga won't raise his rank is if he doesn't play.

Chloe le Bopper
11-19-2002, 12:16 AM
Besides - I was thinking it would be great if Agassi and Ferrero played in RG again, and if that first round happened, then it won't happen :p

Dissident
11-19-2002, 01:02 AM
Originally posted by Rebecca
That would be beautiful Scott.

But the odds of that are as good as first round Guga vs Ferrero.

However, the only way Guga won't raise his rank is if he doesn't play.

;)
I love that last sentence. :bounce:
Guga will definitely be seeded for Roland Garros.

Billabong
11-19-2002, 01:21 AM
yes.. Guga is back, and will have a great year!!!! and he can still be maybe seeded for AUS.. if some players don't play because of injuries(Henman, Sampras, Rusedski, Mathieu) and if Kafel retires.. we don't know what can happen! but of course, it's only IF.. he'll be surely seeded for FO!! GO GUGAAAA!!

TheBoiledEgg
11-19-2002, 04:06 AM
Guga will be seeded for RG but the thing is Guga will most likely to be unseeded for the TMS series (only Miami has 32 seeds until 04, then IW does to) until after RG unless he can win Monte Carlo.

Chloe le Bopper
11-19-2002, 02:54 PM
*cough*

Someone is going to defend Monte Carlo *wink*

claudine140
11-22-2002, 11:13 AM
dont forget that moya was at the beginning of 2002 number 35 and now he is back in the top 5. Isn't this a big jump??????
When he stays healthy he will stay in that top ten that is for sure; Maybe he will become number one again in 2003, why not,??
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Claudine

Beat
11-22-2002, 11:19 AM
Originally posted by claudine140
Maybe he will become number one again in 2003, why not,??
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well yes, why not? :)

I see burgsmuller and heuberger played 34 tournaments. eat your heart out, dokic!

King Aaron
11-22-2002, 12:52 PM
Paradorn :D

Thomas Enqvist :sad: :sad: injuries plagued his season