MensTennisForums.com - View Single Post - There is no finish line...

View Single Post

Old 05-31-2013, 10:28 AM   #289
country flag JediFed
Registered User
 
JediFed's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: San Antonio Texas
Age: 33
Posts: 5,430
JediFed has a reputation beyond reputeJediFed has a reputation beyond reputeJediFed has a reputation beyond reputeJediFed has a reputation beyond reputeJediFed has a reputation beyond reputeJediFed has a reputation beyond reputeJediFed has a reputation beyond reputeJediFed has a reputation beyond reputeJediFed has a reputation beyond reputeJediFed has a reputation beyond reputeJediFed has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: There is no finish line...

This list tracks those players who remain active since Roger's slam participation streak began in AO 2000 - 13 years ago. With the retirement of Juan Carlos Ferrero that brings the active total to just 4 players out of the original draw of 128 players who remain active with ranking points.

Tommy Haas is the highest ranked player! He is also the second oldest, aside from Dupuis who will have ranking points until this September. Bastl played three times this year, all in Turkey futures. Dupuis lost in a South Korea challenger qualifying, though he did still win his first qualifying match. Okun has not played since the Davis Cup match.

Hewitt, Llodra and Haas are still around and doing well.

Tommy Haas - STILL ACTIVE - (14)
Michael Llodra - STILL ACTIVE - (55)
Lleyton Hewitt - STILL ACTIVE - (86)

Antony Dupuis - STILL ACTIVE - (1301) [September 10th, 2013] (3 RP)

Noam Okun (NR) STILL ACTIVE [February 1st 2013]
George Bastl (NR) STILL ACTIVE [May 13, 2013] 0 RP

Joseph Sirianni (NR) RETIRED
__________________
Federer - Emperor of the Slams, King of Hard, Lord of the Australian Open, Lord of Wimbledon.

Sunset of Age
She's MY Miss MTF
Sweet, Sassy, Sophisticated

"Love has nothing to do with what you're expecting to get, only what you're expecting to give - which is everything. What you receive in return varies, but that really has no connection with why you give. You give because you love and cannot help giving." - K. Hepburn.
JediFed is offline View My Blog!   Reply With Quote