Re: There is no finish line...
This list tracks those players who remain active since Roger's slam participation streak began in AO 2000 - 12 years ago. The list is down from 14 to 13, with Gambill's retirement and his zeroed points.
Some significant changes: Ivan Ljubicic has retired, and with his clay points coming off. JCF is now Roger's closest competition at 47. Haas has now recovered his slam eligibility, and Clement should get a WC for RG.
Juan Carlos Ferrero - STILL ACTIVE - (47)
Ivan Ljubicic - RETIRED (53)
Michael Llodra - STILL ACTIVE - (58)
Tommy Haas - STILL ACTIVE - (113)
Arnaud Clement - STILL ACTIVE - (142)
Rainer Schuttler - STILL ACTIVE - (170)
Lleyton Hewitt - STILL ACTIVE - (178)
Christophe Rochus - STILL ACTIVE - (942) [March 3rd 2013] (9 RP)
Noam Okun - STILL ACTIVE - (1049) [June 4th, 2012] (6 RP)
Antony Dupuis - STILL ACTIVE - (1426) [September 10th, 2012] (2 RP)
Jiri Vanek - STILL ACTIVE - (1533) [June 4th 2012] (1 RP)
Rochus with his SF at France F4, resets the count. The other three are rapidly running out of time.
Joseph Sirianni has his last win in November 7th at Ortisei, and so is still active.
George Bastl had his last win in November 14th at Bratislava.
Gambill has retired.
Federer - Emperor of the Slams, King of Hard, Lord of the Australian Open, Lord of Wimbledon.
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