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Old 05-24-2007, 10:49 AM   #19
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Default Re: Federers ranking points and the fight to remain at #1

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Originally Posted by BlueSwan View Post
*UPDATED WITH NADALS POINTS*

Roger Federers points scored in 2007:
Australian Open (hard) WINNER: 1000
Dubai (hard) WINNER: 300
TMS Indian Wells (hard) R64: 5
TMS Miami (hard) R16: 75

TMS Monte Carlo (clay) FINALIST: 350
TMS Rome (clay) R16: 75

TMS Hamburg (clay) WINNER: 500


Rafael Nadals points scored in 2007:
Chennai (hard) SF: 75
Sydney (hard) R32: 0
Australian Open (hard) QF: 250
Dubai (hard) QF: 75
TMS Indian Wells (hard) WINNER: 500
TMS Miami (hard) QF: 125

TMS Monte Carlo (clay) WINNER: 500
Barcelona (clay) WINNER: 300
TMS Rome (clay) WINNER: 500

TMS Hamburg (clay) FINALIST: 350



Rogers total for 2007: 2255 points
Nadals total for 2007: 2675 points

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From TMS Indian Wells --> TMS Rome... FED lost a lot of ground to RAFA

*FED accumulated just 505-points during this stretch
*RAFA accumulated a huge 1925-points over the same stretch


...During the first 4-TMS events of 07 FED put himself on the backfoot with early exits~~> especially Indian Wells & Miami losses to Canas were a blow, thereby improving Nadal`s chances of getting #1 dramatically
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