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Old 05-22-2007, 10:51 AM   #8
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Default Re: Federers ranking points and the fight to remain at #1

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Originally Posted by R.Federer View Post
This depends on how Nadal does, though.

If Federer fails to reach the RG finals but wins Wimbledon and Nadal the reverse, then anything can happen in the hardcourt season. No one predicted that Federer would flunk the IW/M run so poorly, and this can happen to Nadal, it can happen to Federer, or both, in the summer swing. It is really not possible to say anything right now.


Exactly agree with you mate
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The fact that Nadal already has the lead in the ATP points RACE should be of concern to FED-> just as well he won Hamburg
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Here`s a bad scenario:

What if~~ NADAL wins FO again & FED shockingly loses early
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In that case Rafa would carry a nearly a 1500 year to date lead in the points
>>> Then FED would certainly have his work cut out for him trying to finish #1 for the 4th straight year!!!


Of course I don`t expect FED to lose early at FO but it`s possible if he has a bad day [eg. Volandri] &/or a harsh draw

FED needs to stay healthy too, he can`t afford to get injured and miss a Slam

In 1999 Agassi finished the year ranked #1 but he was lucky because Sampras injured himself just before USO~~> then Andre had a fairly easy path!!
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