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Old 10-03-2010, 08:56 PM   #46
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 4th of October:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
2. Ryan Harrison (USA) 225 points
3. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 224 points
4. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 113 Points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 91 points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 71 points
6. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 61 points
8. Alexaner Rumyantsev (RUS) 45 points
9. Yuki Bhambri (IND) 43 points
10. Jordan Cox (USA) 42 points

Some notable results from the week of September 27

- Bhambri won his first carrer ATP match at the Malaysia Open by defeating unranked WC Yew-Ming Si.
- Schwartzman won futures title in Bolivia where he was #1 seed.
- Richard Muzaev qualified and won a title in Kazakhstan by defeating all three top seeds (first seed Andrey Kumantsov ATP #266, third seed Siarhei Betau ATP #432 and second seed Mikhail Elgin ATP #350)
- Another qualifier Daniel Kosakowski reached final in futures in California. Defeated 7th seed Dimitar Kutrovsky (#570) but fell to 6th seed Chris Guccione.
- Arguello reached second round in Montevideo challenger by defeating WC Ariel Behar (#1358).
- Souto reached SF in 15K futures in Spain by defeating #357 Pablo Carreno-Busta.
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Schwartzman reached final in Bolivia F4. Renzo Olivo (1992) won that tournament.
Velotti reached second round in Buenos Aires challenger.
Juan Ignacio Londero(1993) reached first semifinal in Bolivia F4 (lost to Schwartzman)
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 11th of October:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
2. Ryan Harrison (USA) 225 points
3. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 224 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 118 points
5. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 113 Points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 81 points
7. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 61 points
8. Alexaner Rumyantsev (RUS) 46 points
9. Yuki Bhambri (IND) 43 points
10. Jordan Cox (USA) 42 points

Some notable results from the week of October 4

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Schwartzman reached final in Bolivia F4. Renzo Olivo (1992) won that tournament.
Velotti reached second round in Buenos Aires challenger.
Juan Ignacio Londero(1993) reached first semifinal in Bolivia F4 (lost to Schwartzman)
- Marti won futures title in Portugal where he was #5 seed.
- Jason Kubler (1993) reached SF in Portugal which he lost to Marti.

- First MD appearance for 14 yo Silas Araujo De Cerqueira (BRA) in Brazil F27.
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Old 10-28-2010, 07:27 PM   #49
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 25th of October:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Ryan Harrison (USA) 288 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
3. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 224 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 121 points
5. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 115 Points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 81 points
7. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 69 points
8. Jordan Cox (USA) 65 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) 56 points
10. Jason Kubler (AUS) (1993) 49 points


Some notable results from the weeks of October 11 and October 18

- Harrison reached his first challenger final in 50K Tiburon challenger by defeating second seed Donald Young (#111) and sixth seed Carsten Ball (#154) before losing to Tobias Kamke (#88). Week later he played another 50K challenger and reached QF. In Calabasas, Harrison defeated fifth seed Izak Van Der Merwe (#168) but lost to Robert Kendrick, third seed and ATP #148 in three sets 67(9) 64 46. Won doubles title in Calabasas (with Travis Rettenmaier).
- Kudla won 15K USA F26 futures title by defeating seventh seed Cris Eaton (#558) and second seed Fritz Wolmarans (#431).
- After reaching SF in USA F26 futures, Cox reached final in 15K USA F27 futures and had to deal with the same two guys as Kudla. Cox, who was fourth seed there, won against eigth seed Eaton but lost against third seed Wolmarans.
- Nikoloz Basilashvili qualified and reached second round in Calabasas challenger. His first challenger MD win was against Alex Kuznetsov (#234)
- Another 15K futures SF for Kubler, this time in Spain F37. Defeated eigth seed Carlos Poch-Gradin (#482) but lost to Guillermo Olaso (#242) in three sets.
- 15K Futures SF for Yasutaka Uchiyama in Japan F9. Defeated seventh seed Kittipong Wachiramanowong before losing to Ti Chen.
- Daniel Kosakowski reached second round in Tiburon and qualified in Calabasas.
- 10K futures SFs for David Souto, Tiago Fernandes (1993), Jannick Lupescu (1993) and unranked Diego Galeano.
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Harrison and Krajinovic

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Arguello won the Argentina F19 (where he was seed #1) defeating Schwartzman in two sets.
Velotti won Paraguay F2 (he was seed#6) defeating J.P. Amado.
Fede Coria (Guillermo Coria's brother) reached quarterfinals in Paraguay F2 losing to Guichonet.
Dante Gennaro (1993) won his first ATP point in the Argentina F19
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the first of November:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Ryan Harrison (USA) 288 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
3. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 224 points
4. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 133 Points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 121* points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 91 points
7. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 75 points
8. Jordan Cox (USA) 65 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) 56 points
10. Jason Kubler (AUS) (1993) 49 points

* Marti is the only player who has points (actually one point) he cannot count against his rankings


Some notable results from the weeks of October 25

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Arguello won the Argentina F19 (where he was seed #1) defeating Schwartzman in two sets.
Velotti won Paraguay F2 (he was seed#6) defeating J.P. Amado.
Fede Coria (Guillermo Coria's brother) reached quarterfinals in Paraguay F2 losing to Guichonet.
Dante Gennaro (1993) won his first ATP point in the Argentina F19
- Tiago Fernandes (1993) reached second round in 75K+ Sao Paulo-2 challenger by defeating another wild card Augusto Meirelles before losing to qualifier Nicolas Devilder.

- David Souto reached SF in 10K futures event in his home country.

First ATP point for a player born in 1995 as Thai-Son Kwiatkowski won the battle of wildcards in USA F28 futures.
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Old 11-06-2010, 10:35 PM   #53
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 8th of November:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Ryan Harrison (USA) 295 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
3. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 224 points
4. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 133 Points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 121* points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 92 points
7. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 75 points
8. Jordan Cox (USA) 67 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) 62 points
10. Yuki Bhambri (IND) 53 points

* Marti is the only player who has points (actually one point) he cannot count against his rankings


Some notable results from the week of November 1

- Bhambri qualified and reached second round in Charlottesville 50K challenger by defeating WC Alex Domijan

- Harrison also reached 2nd round in the same event by defeating Ryan Sweeting (#106)

- Kudla, Duilio Beretta (PER) and Junior Australian Open runner-up Sean Berman (1993) reached 10K futures SFs

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First ATP point for a player born in 1995 as Thai-Son Kwiatkowski won the battle of wildcards in USA F28 futures.
Well done Thai-Son! Following in the steps of Liam Broady. Do you know who was the first player ranked who was born in 1993 and 1992? Was 1992 Bhambri?
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1992-Bhambri, 1993-Ricardo Rodriguez
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Francisco Dias (POR) is doing well in Brazilian Futures. Is in QF for second time in a row. Playing tomorrow vs. André Ghem.
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Still not enough to crack top1000 I'm afraid... We'll see...

Right now I'm three weeks behind with the calculation Will try to post update in next couple of days.
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 29th of November:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Ryan Harrison (USA) 309 points
2. Bernard Tomic (AUS) 239 points
3. Filip Krajinovic (SRB) 230 points
4. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 141 Points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 130* points
6. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 92 points
7. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) 75 points
8. Jordan Cox (USA) 69 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) 63 points
10. Yuki Bhambri (IND) 58 points

* Marti is the only player who has points he cannot count against his rankings (two points)


Some notable results from the last three weeks

- Mina won 10K futures in Turkey by defeating first seed Alexander Flock (#242) in straight sets

- Tomic reached QF in Toyota challenger where he was fifth seed. Lost to third seed and eventual champion Tatsuma Ito (#202) 7-6(4) 7-6(7).

- Harrison qualified and reached 2nd round in Bratislava challenger by defeating sixth seed Dustin Brown (#93)

- Wild card Micke Kontinen (FIN) reached second round in Helsinki challenger by defeating qualifier Michail Elgin (#337)

- Marti reached 10K futures final in Spain

- battle for the fouth place in the above list between Arguello and Marti took place in R1 of Buenos Aires challenger. Arguello won - 64 64.

- Victor Baluda (RUS) qualified and reached SF in 15K futures in Israel

- James Duckworth (AUS) reached 15K futures SF in New Zealand by defeating third seed Michael Venus (#320) and fifth seed Artem Sitak (#339)

- two 1993 born Czech players reached 15K Czech F4 futures SFs : Robert Rumler qualified and won against eigth seed Michael Schmid (#462) while wild card Jiri Vesely defeated seventh seed Pavel Snobel (#447) and third seed Luca Vanni (#379) on his way to semifinal.

- 10K Futures SF reached by Martin Cuevas (URU) who defeated third seed Patricio Heras (#511) and lost to eventual champion Guido Andreozzi in three sets

- two players, Duilio Beretta (PER) and Guilherme Clezar (BRA), reached SFs in their home countries 10K futures tournaments
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 6th of December:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

The only change is at 10th place - Bhambri - 60 points.

Some notable results from the last week

- Ben Mitchell reached 15K Australia futures final. Mitchell, who was given WC for main draw, defeated Jose Statham (#448), first seed Brydan Klein (#211) and Dayne Kelly (#350).

Another 1995 born player reached futures second round and will be ranked from next week - Noureldin Adam of Sudan won in three sets his first round match - 3-6 7-6(4) 7-6(6).

2009 Wimbledon junior doubles champions Herbert/Krawietz won Dominican Republic futures doubles title.
Fifth futures doubles title for Krawietz and third for Herbert.
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Just found this page, and its actually really useful, so thanks a lot. I tried doing this by myself, but would always miss a player or something.

I'm expecting Harrison to make big strides next year, mostly due to the fact he's American and will get lots of wildcards. Krajinovic could too, just has to step up his game to the point where he is a strong Challenger player every week. Tomic, I'm not too convinced with, he needs to actually get his head in the game, and play week-in week-out this year, instead of just the Australian tour and then the other Grand Slams.

Bhambri dropped a bit in my mind, he was a dominant Futures player, but never really performed in challengers, and I expect Marti to make some leaps and bounds, especially once the European Clay Court season starts, he'll be playing French Open qualies for sure.
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