Re: Unofficial Live ATP Rankings [in Post #1]
If Murray loses in the SF, the rankings gap between Ferrer and Murray would be lesser than that between Ferrer and Nadal.
Since Ferrer became #4 because of Nadals injury absence, it is easy to forget how well he has done in the past year. (Even if Murray reaches the Final, and loses there) Ferrer is closer to Murray than Murray is to Roger. And since both Murray and Ferrer are defending about the same number of points going into RG there is a reasonable chance that Ferrer closes this gap. Overtaking Murray would be extremely tough. For any (reasonable) chance for this to happen Ferrer would have to win his SF and Murray lose his.