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Old 08-17-2012, 02:48 PM   #229
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Did you check for players, that didn't participate in AO 2000 for some reason (injury, skipped)?
Nope. I just check that one tournament. There are a fair number of older players still around, but this one takes a good look at the players who were there BEFORE Federer.

Fed, for example, has never been the only player of his generation in the top 5. (Thanks to very much underrated David Ferrer).

Haas, just 5 short of 500. Ferrer only 35 away. Ferrero is still 21 away.
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