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Yesterday 07:25 AM
Hesse
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

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Originally Posted by dinkulpus View Post
Albot is 81th.
Thanks
Yesterday 06:22 AM
dinkulpus
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

Albot is 81th.
04-16-2017 01:37 PM
Kellemanske
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

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Originally Posted by PortlandTimbers View Post
Great statistic! Thanks for that!

I think Belgium, Portugal, Luxemburg and UK need an update, too.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hesse View Post
Thanks
Yes, Goffin has CH #10
04-16-2017 01:17 PM
Hesse
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

Thanks
04-16-2017 01:10 PM
PortlandTimbers
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

Great statistic! Thanks for that!

I think Belgium, Portugal, Luxemburg and UK need an update, too.
04-16-2017 12:54 PM
Hesse
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

No. 1

United States (Connors, McEnroe, Courier, Sampras, Agassi, Roddick)
Sweden (Borg, Wilander, Edberg)
Spain (Moya, Ferrero, Nadal)
Australia (Newcombe, Rafter, Hewitt)
Russia (Kafelnikov, Safin)
Swizerland (Federer)
Czechoslovakia (Lendl)
Brazil (Kuerten)
Romania (Nastase)
Serbia (Djokovic)
Germany (Becker)
Austria (Muster)
Chile (Rios)
United Kingdom (Murray)

No. 2

Croatia (Ivanisevic)
Argentina (Vilas)
Czech Republic (Korda)

No. 3

The Netherlands (Okker)
France (Noah)
Canada (Raonic)

No. 4

Italy (Panatta)
Mexico (Ramirez)
Ecuador (Gomez)
Ukraine (Medvedev)
Slovakia (Mecir)
Japan (Nishikori)

No. 6

RSA (Ferreira)

Slovakia (Kucera)

No. 8

Cyprus (Bhagdatis)
Bulgaria (Dimitrov)

No. 9

Thailand (Srichaphan)
Paraguay (Pecci)
USSR (Metreveli)

No. 10

Poland (Fibak)
Latvia (Gulbis)
Belgium (Goffin)


No. 12

Hungary (Taroczy)
Yugoslavia (Pilic)

No. 13

Finland (Nieminen)

No. 14

Marocco (El Aynaoui )

No. 16

India (Amritraj)

No. 18

Belarus (Mirnyi)
Israel (Mansdorf)
Peru (Yzaga)

No. 19

New Zeland (Lewis, Parun)
Uruguay (Cuevas)

No. 22

Haiti (Agenor)
Zimbabwe (Black)

No. 27

Luxembourg (Muller)



No. 28

Colombia (Giraldo)
Portugal (Sousa)

No. 33

Kazakhstan (Golubev)
Taiwan (Lu)
Uzbekistan (Istomin)

No. 34

Egypt (El Shafei)


No. 36

Bolivia (Martinez)
South Korea (Lee)

No. 38

Armenia (Sargsian)

No. 39

Norway (Ruud)

No. 41

Denmark (Carlsen)

No. 42

Georgia (Labadze)

No. 43

Zemlija (Slovenia)
Dominican Republic (Estrella)

No. 44

Pakistan (Rahim)

No. 47

Tunisia (Jaziri)


No. 50

Lithuania (Berankis)


No. 52

Nigeria (Odizor)

No. 55

Costa Rica (Marin)

No. 66

Bosnia and Herezegovina (Dzumhur)



No. 71

Estonia (Zopp)

No. 74

Venezuela (Pereira)
Senegal (Doumbia)

No. 77

Turkey (Ilhan)


No. 81

Moldova (Albot)


No. 96

The Bahamas (Knowles, Smith)

No. 98

Jamaica (Brown)*

No. 100

Kenya (Wekesa)

* Brown was 89 in ATP ranking (11.01.2011), but he represents Germany from October 2010
05-02-2016 04:58 AM
Hesse
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

Berankis (Lithuania) 55 and Jaziri (Tunisia) 64
04-14-2016 02:39 PM
Ertl93
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

Interesting.
04-14-2016 02:32 PM
Hesse
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

Stats udpated.

Goffin (Belgium) No. 13
01-21-2016 01:38 PM
Gheald
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

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Originally Posted by Hesse View Post
Stats udpated.
Forgot to update Canada (Milos Raonic) to #4 again
01-02-2016 03:40 PM
Hesse
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

Stats udpated.

Bosnia and Herezegovina (Dzumhur) No. 77

Moldova (Albot) No. 85
11-16-2015 08:30 AM
Litotes
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

So you regards Navratilova's 18 singles slams as Czechoslovakian? If we make a list of how many slams won by each nation that is where you would place them?
11-16-2015 06:22 AM
JediFed
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

And I hate taking a Canadian record away from someone who was born in Canada.
11-16-2015 04:58 AM
Litotes
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

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Originally Posted by JediFed View Post
Then the record listing should be changed to "highest ranking for tennis players under their ATP nationality."

Rusedski shares the record with Raonic. If Milos reaches 3 then the issue is moot.
I don't like nationality changes any more than you do, but it's hard to defend giving national records to people who long before decided they didn't want to play for that nation.
11-16-2015 02:53 AM
JediFed
Re: Highest ATP ranking (national records)

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It makes little difference, though, once Raonic' career high is updated to #4 as Rusedski was never ranked higher than #4.
Then the record listing should be changed to "highest ranking for tennis players under their ATP nationality."

Rusedski shares the record with Raonic. If Milos reaches 3 then the issue is moot.
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