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02-12-2017 06:10 AM
Litotes
Re: Most ranking points in slams

Updated after AO 2017.

No big changes on the overall list. Berdych moves from 30th to 28th.

For the AO list Nadal moves past Sampras and Murray into 7th. Wawrinka moves from 20th to 17th. Ferrer and Berdych goes past Cash into 22th and 23rd and Tsonga moves from 27th to 25th.

For the HC list Murray moves past McEnroe into 7th. Wawrinka moves from 15th to 13th. Tsonga moves from 26th past Cilic and Haas into 24th.
10-04-2016 04:40 AM
Litotes
Re: Most ranking points in slams

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Originally Posted by SeuMadruga View Post
I wonder where Nadal would be if it wasn't for the injuries...
I focus on what actually happened in this thread, not what could have happened
10-03-2016 09:47 PM
SeuMadruga
Re: Most ranking points in slams

I wonder where Nadal would be if it wasn't for the injuries...
09-14-2016 05:51 PM
Litotes
Re: Most ranking points in slams

Updated after USO 2016.

No major changes at the top. For total points Murray advances from 12th to 11th and Wawrinka from 27th to 21st. Djokovic starts to open up a real gap between 2nd and 3rd.

For USO points Murray advances from 14th to 13th and Wawrinka from 33rd to 19th.

For HC points Murray again advances one spot, from 9th to 8th, Wawrinka from 18th to 15th and Del Potro from 28th to 27th.
07-10-2016 04:54 PM
Litotes
Re: Most ranking points in slams

Updated after Wimbledon.

Not the biggest movements in the total list this time. Tomas Berdych enters the list in 30th position. Federer passes 60k points, so anyone starting out now would need more than 30 titles to get past.

For the Wimbledon list Murray advances from 11th to 8th. Berdych enters the list in 27th.

For the grass list Murray advances from 20th to 15th.
06-05-2016 08:48 PM
Litotes
Re: Most ranking points in slams

Updated to include RG 2016

No big movements for the total list this time. Wawrinka advances from 30th to 27th as Djokovic consolidates his 2nd spot.

For RG points Djokovic advances from 8th to 6th, Murray enters the list in 20th, Ferrer advances from 22th to 21st and Wawrinka advances from 29th to 25th.
02-04-2016 02:03 PM
doubletrollt
Re: Most ranking points in slams

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Originally Posted by G.100sic View Post
Djokovic ahead of Nadal overall, despite 3 GS titles less!
Djokovic (45 slams played)--Nadal(44 slams played, being one year older and turned pro two seasons earlier)

19--20 GS finals

29--23 GS semis

35--29 GS QF

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...tennis_records
01-31-2016 06:46 PM
G.100sic
Re: Most ranking points in slams

Djokovic ahead of Nadal overall, despite 3 GS titles less!
01-31-2016 11:00 AM
Litotes
Re: Most ranking points in slams

Updated after AO 2016.

Djokovic does a dramatic leap from 6th to 2nd in the total list.

For the AO list Murray goes past Newcombe and Nadal into 8th and has the highest amount of points ever won in a single slam by someone who never got a title.

For the HC list Djokovic goes past Agassi and Sampras into 2nd. Murray goes past Connors into 9th.
11-26-2015 01:28 PM
Litotes
Re: Most ranking points in slams

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Originally Posted by mike_g View Post
I checked Tommy Haas and he has 4965 on HC, between Cilic and Tsonga
Thanks, I'll add these for the next update.

Originally I just did all #1s and slam winners. That's why they're missing.
11-26-2015 12:13 PM
mike_g
Re: Most ranking points in slams

I checked Tommy Haas and he has 4965 on HC, between Cilic and Tsonga
11-26-2015 11:38 AM
mike_g
Re: Most ranking points in slams

I think Davydenko should be included in the HC list with 4100 points. So he'd be at #28.
Also, Nalbandyan has 3880 point on HC, so he is above Ferrero, but would be #31 after including Davydenko.
11-05-2015 09:01 PM
Litotes
Re: Most ranking points in slams

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Originally Posted by thrust View Post
Assuming these are only Open Era stats, it is incredible how high Rosewall ranks in the overall slam ranking points, considering he was 33.5 years old when the Open Era began.
You don't have to assume, the information is given in the OP Only Open Era, starting with RG 1968. And yes, Rosewall certainly has the record for most points after turning 33, trouncing Connors on that stat.
11-05-2015 08:58 PM
thrust
Re: Most ranking points in slams

Assuming these are only Open Era stats, it is incredible how high Rosewall ranks in the overall slam ranking points, considering he was 33.5 years old when the Open Era began.
09-24-2015 10:21 AM
JediFed
Re: Most ranking points in slams

Nice, Federer needs 835 points on clay to pass Vilas, 875 points on Grass to become the King of Grass. Important records next year, and real motivation to do well!

He'd be 3rd on clay, number 1 in grass and number 1 in hard.

He would equal Connors in that accomplishment, although McEnroe would later pass him on hardcourts, and Lendl and Wilander on clay, so he didn't stay there.
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