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Old 08-01-2010, 11:57 AM   #33
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Default Re: Post-junior generation (1991) : ATP Race points 2010 and carreer best rankings

Points earned in 2010 until the 26th of July (top-10 only):

1. Andrey Kuznetsov (Rus) 161 points
2. Yong-Kyu Lim (KOR) 130 points
3. Grigor Dimitrov (Bul) 102 points
4. Tsung-Hua Yang(Tai) 79 points
5. Pablo Carreño-Busta (Esp) 76 points
6. Di Wu (CHN) 71 points
7. Laurynas Grigelis (Lit) 56 points
8. Steven Diez (CAN) 46 points
9. Jose Pereira (BRA) 38 points
10. Alexander Domijan (USA) 36 points

Career best ATP rankings - top 1000

181. Andrey Kuznetsov (Rus) - new career high
255. Grigor Dimitrov (Bul)
295. Tsung-Hua Yang (Tai)
298. Yong-Kyu Lim (Kor) - new career high
343. Pablo Carreno-Busta (Esp)
405. Laurynas Grigelis (Lit) - new career high
428. Steven Diez (Can, ex-Esp)
446. Di Wu (Chin)
534. Jose Pereira (Bra)
542. Alexander Domijan (USA)
573. Emilio Gomez (Ecu)
593. Borut Puc (Slov)
615. Mirza Basic (Bosn)
622. Marc Verryth (AUS) - new career high
662. Nicolas Pastor (Arg)
687. Shuichi Sekiguchi (Jap)
699. Tak Khunn Wang (FRA) - new career high
718. Andrei Vasilevski (Belarus) - new career high
724. Marc Giner (Esp)
731. Nikala Scholtz (Afs)
736. Chase Buchanan (USA)
740. Piotr Gadomski (Pol)
740. Juan Lizariturry (Esp) - new career high
760. Stefano Travaglia (Ita) - new career high
761. Yannik Reuter (Bel)
770. Kevin Konfederak (Arg)
775. Sandro Ehrat (Sui)
782. Rhyne Williams (USA)
797. Julien Obry (Fra)
805. Juan Pablo Ortiz (Arg)
829. Juan Vazquez-Valenzuela (Arg)
833. Manuel Sanchez (Mex) - new career high
837. Lazare Kukhalashvili (Geo)
837. Alex Theiler (Chil) - new career high
840. Christian Lindell (Swe)
847. Guido Andreozzi (Arg)
849. Patrik Brydolf (Swe)
868. Sekou Bangoura (USA)
884. Emmanuel Sunday (Nga)
886. Andre Baran (Bra)
898. Idio Escobar (Bra)
926. Martin Trueva (POR)
927. Dino Marcan (Cro) - new career high
931. Tennys Sandgren (USA)
934. Tzvetan Mihov (Bul)
938. Marvin Barker (NZ)
951. Jakob Sude (Ger)
958. Javier Munoz (Chil)
962. Stanislav Poplavskyy (UKR)
964. Victor Morales (CHI)
981. Alejo Prado (Arg)
983. Roberto Ortega-Olmedo (ESP)
985. Radim Urbanek (Cze)
993. Vladzimir Kruk (Belarus)
997. Laurentiu-Ady Gavrila (ROU)

Most remarkable results by:

- Andrey Kuznetsov who reached Poznan challenger final. On his way to final Andrey defeated seventh seed Veic (ATP #180), fourth seed Machado (#123) and eighth seed Lojda (#161).
- Juan Lizariturry who reached futures final in Spain defeating Andoni Vivanco (fifth seed, ATP #535) and Checa-Calvo (first seed,ATP #334)
- Laurynas Grigelis who qualified and reached second round in Recanati challenger by defeating fifth seed Igor Sijsling (#164)
- futures SF for qualifier Travaglia in Argentina and lucky loser Haddari in Romania
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