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Old 11-06-2012, 10:43 AM   #769
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Default Re: Unofficial Live ATP Rankings [in Post #1]

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Originally Posted by feuselino View Post
Does anyone have provisional 3-months, 6-months or 9-months ATP rankings? I am always interested in seeing how the players have done in the short-term. Who has earned the most points since Roland Garros, or since Wimbledon, or since the US Open, for example? Thanks a lot in advance!
After the Aus open here's the situation at the moment not taking into account points earnt in the WTF :

Djokovic 9420
Federer 8745
Murray 6630
Ferrer 5625
Nadal 5400
Berdych 4045
Del Potro 3720
Tsonga 3195
Tipsarevic 2840

After Dubai (seeds for Indian Wells) :
Djokovic 9240
Federer 7760
Murray 6330
Nadal 5400
Ferrer 5185
Berdych 3770
Del Potro 3570
Tsonga 3140
Tipsarevic 2785

After Miami (seeds for Monte-Carlo) :
Djokovic 7880
Federer 6715
Murray 5720
Ferrer 4960
Nadal 4680
Berdych 3635
Del Potro 3300
Tsonga 2870
Tipsarevic 2560

After Barcelona (seeds for Madrid and Roma) :
Djokovic 7280
Federer 6715
Murray 5450
Ferrer 4650
Del Potro 3220
Berdych 3190
Nadal 3180
Tsonga 2710
Tipsarevic 2560

After Roma (seeds for Roland-Garros) :
Djokovic 6500
Murray 5360
Federer 5355
Ferrer 4110
Del Potro 2520
Tsonga 2440
Berdych 2410
Tipsarevic 2190
Nadal 2090

After the French Open :
Djokovic 5300
Murray 5000
Federer 4635
Ferrer 3390
Del Potro 2160
Berdych 2130
Tsonga 2080
Tipsarevic 1830
(Nadal 90)

After Wimbledon here's the top-50 I have :

Code:
1	Djokovic	4580
2	Murray	3800
3	Ferrer	2780
4	Federer	2485
5	Berdych	2075
6	Del Potro	1980
7	Tipsarevic	1740
8	Gasquet	1400
9	Cilic	1375
10	Tsonga	1340
11	Isner	1320
12	Dolgopolov	1190
13	Monaco	1190
14	Querrey	1170
15	Nishikori	1145
16	Raonic	1090
17	Haas	1080
18	Almagro	995
19	Janowicz	919
20	Wawrinka	820
21	Simon	815
22	Fish	720
23	Klizan	720
24	Seppi	670
25	Chardy	631
26	Kohlschreiber	620
27	Bellucci	585
28	Baghdatis	575
29	Granollers	565
30	F Lopez	555
31	Zemlja	551
32	Roddick	495
33	Hanescu	492
34	Gimeno-Traver	477
35	Dimitrov	470
36	Mathieu	466
37	Llodra	463
38	F Mayer	450
39	Hewitt	445
40	Davydenko	440
41	Fognini	430
42	Lu Yen Hsun	425
43	Anderson	422
44	Benneteau	420
45	Müller	418
46	Youzhny	405
47	Sijsling	405
48	Stepanek	395
49	Blake 	393
50	Berankis	379
As a comparison the points earnt by the top-10 players who got most points after Wimbledon in 2011 :

Code:
Djokovic	4 160
Federer	4 005
Murray	3 660
Tsonga	2 900
Nadal	2 260
Ferrer	2 185
Berdych	2 070
Fish	1 820
Tipsarevic	1 785
Isner	1 455
in 2010 :

Code:
Federer	5 530
Nadal	4 220
Djokovic	3 685
Murray	3 135
Söderling	2 385
Monfils	2 030
Ferrer	1 440
Fish	1 385
Youzhny	1 260
Nalbandian	1 145
in 2009 :

Code:
Djokovic	4 260
Del Potro	4 170
Davydenko	4 110
Federer	3 090
Murray	2 530
Nadal	2 400
Söderling	1 785
Tsonga	1 455
Monfils	1 445
Verdasco	1 270
in 2008 doubling the points from the ancient ranking system:

Code:
Murray	5 210
Djokovic	4 100
Nadal	3 850
Federer	3 760
Del Potro	3 420
Simon	2 920
Tsonga	2 100
Roddick	2 050
Davydenko	1 940
Nalbandian	1 900
As you see, it's not a good end of year for Federer and he'd better do well in the WTF. Although 2008 and especially 2009 were not very good either.

Djokovic has regularly been good in these post-Wimbledon periods, and Murray has been irregular : this period of the year has been a good one for him this year.
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Last edited by duong : 11-13-2012 at 12:56 AM. Reason: Söderling was replaced by Lorenzi in 2010 and 2009, I know why :lol:
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