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Old 10-16-2010, 12:45 PM   #61
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OK - you're right about Kosakowski.

Possible USA additions to your list are Alex Domijan (#575), Rhyne Williams (#768), and Chase Buchanan (#781).
Those are theirs current rankings. This thread is about career best rankings.

And they're on the list. Check post #34 on previous page.
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OK - you're right about Kosakowski.

Possible USA additions to your list are Alex Domijan (#575), Rhyne Williams (#768), and Chase Buchanan (#781).
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Yes, they are: Buchanan plays for Ohio, Williams for Tennessee and Domijan is commited to Virginia.
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Points earned in 2010 until the 25th of October (top-10 only):

1. Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) 491 points
2. Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS) 208 points
3. Tsung-Hua Yang(TPE) 147 points
4. Yong-Kyu Lim (KOR) 130 points
5. Pablo Carreño-Busta (ESP) 121 points
6. Di Wu (CHN) 96 points
7. Laurynas Grigelis (LTU) 90 points
8. Christian Lindell (SWE) 71 points
9. Steven Diez (CAN) 68 points
10. Jose Pereira (BRA) 57 points


Career best ATP rankings - top 1000, new career highs reached in last two weeks

114. Grigor Dimitrov (BUL)
271. Tsung-Hua Yang (TPE)
341. Pablo Carreno-Busta (ESP)
445. Christian Lindell (SWE)
532. Juan Lizariturry (ESP)
615. Stanislav Vovk (RUS)
644. Nicolas Pastor (ARG)
647. Marko Djokovic (SRB)
653. Shuichi Sekiguchi (JPN)
654. Nikala Scholtz (RSA)
656. Albano Olivetti (FRA)
666. Manuel Sanchez (MEX)
673. Andrei Vasilevski (BLR)
679. Piotr Gadomski (POL)
695. Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA)
766. Stanislav Poplavskyy (UKR)
781. Devin Britton (USA)
796. Igor Bujdo (POL)
808. Hiroyasu Ehara (JPN)
811. Sekou Bangoura (USA)
814. Roberto Ortega-Olmedo (ESP)
837. Jakob Sude (GER)
853. Toni Androic (CRO)
861. Tristan Samuel Weissborn (AUT)
862. Yannick Hanfmann (GER) -new in top1000
887. Javier Munoz (CHI)
893. Laurentiu-Ady Gavrila (ROU)
897. Dino Marcan (CRO)
913. Ryusei Makiguchi (BOL) -new in top1000
919. Alessandro Bega (ITA)
923. Marco Bortolotti (ITA)
971. Jules Marie (FRA)
978. Matthew Barton (AUS) -new in top1000
984. Karim-Mohamed Maamoun (EGY)

Most remarkable results by:

- Dimitrov who reached 106.5K+ Orléans Challenger final by defeating third seed Lukas Lacko (#79) and first seed Michael Llodra (#32) before losing to Nicolas Mahut (#160) in three sets, 62 6-7(6) 6-7(4).
- Lindell who won 10K Futures in Brazil without dropping a set. He was seventh seed there and defeated fourth seed Theodoros Angelinos (#478) in SF and first seed Andre Miele (#403) in final.
- Sekiguchi who reached 15K futures final in Japan by defeating sixth seed Kittipong Wachiramanowong (#549), first seed Harri Heliovaara (#344) and eight seed Ti Chen (#641) before losing to Danai Udomchoke in three.
- Kuznetsov who qualified for ATP 250 Moscow event but then lost in straight sets to another qualifier Victor Crivoi (#176)
- Yang who reached second round in 125K+ Seoul challenger where he lost to first seed and eventual champion Yen-Hsun Lu (#39)
- 10K futures final in Argentina for Nicolas Pastor who defeated two 1992 born players, Olivo and first seed Arguello, before losing to Jonathan Gonzalia (#523).
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Points earned in 2010 until the 1st of November (top-10 only):

1. Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) 491 points
2. Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS) 208 points
3. Tsung-Hua Yang(TPE) 147 points
4. Yong-Kyu Lim (KOR) 130 points
5. Pablo Carreño-Busta (ESP) 127 points
6. Christian Lindell (SWE) 106 points
7. Di Wu (CHN) 96 points
8. Laurynas Grigelis (LTU) 90 points
9. Steven Diez (CAN) 70 points
10. Jose Pereira (BRA) 59 points


Career best ATP rankings - top 1000, new career highs as of November 1st

112. Grigor Dimitrov (BUL)
365. Christian Lindell (SWE)
558. Shuichi Sekiguchi (JPN)
580. Nicolas Pastor (ARG)
611. Stanislav Vovk (RUS)
614. Manuel Sanchez (MEX)
625. Stefano Travaglia (ITA)
632. Marko Djokovic (SRB)
648. Nikala Scholtz (RSA)
653. Albano Olivetti (FRA)
690. Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA)
760. Rhyne Williams (USA)
765. Sandro Ehrat (SUI)
777. Igor Bujdo (POL)
780. Devin Britton (USA)
800. Hiroyasu Ehara (JPN)
802. Sekou Bangoura (USA)
811. Roberto Ortega-Olmedo (ESP)
832. Toni Androic (CRO)
834. Jakob Sude (GER)
854. Tristan Samuel Weissborn (AUT)
879. Ryusei Makiguchi (BOL)
888. Laurentiu-Ady Gavrila (ROU)
922. Marvin Barker (NZL)
937. Jules Marie (FRA)
950. Hicham Khaddari (MAR)
975. Matthew Barton (AUS)
976. Santiago Celia (ARG) -new in top1000
978. Karim-Mohamed Maamoun (EGY)

Most remarkable results by:

- Lindell who reached 75K+ Sao Paulo-2 challenger SF by defeating fourth seed Joao Souza (#101), Thiago Alves (#149) and seventh seed Yuri Schukin (#129) before losing to first seed Thomaz Bellucci (#27) in three 64 36 36.
- Dino Marcan who reached 15K futures final in Croatia by defeating Mirza Basic in SF.
- Carreno-Busta who reached SF in Spain F38 10K futures.
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Points earned in 2010 until the 29th of November (top-10 only):

1. Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) 536 points
2. Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS) 208 points
3. Tsung-Hua Yang(TPE) 147 points
4. Yong-Kyu Lim (KOR) 130 points
5. Pablo Carreño-Busta (ESP) 127 points
6. Christian Lindell (SWE) 106 points
7. Laurynas Grigelis (LTU) 99* points
8. Di Wu (CHN) 96 points
9. Steven Diez (CAN) 70 points
10. Jose Pereira (BRA) 59 points

*Grigelis cannot count 1 point

Career best ATP rankings - top 1000, new career highs reached in November

106. Grigor Dimitrov (BUL)
340. Pablo Carreno-Busta (ESP)
508. Borut Puc (SLO)
514. Mirza Basic (BIH)
558. Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA)
605. Manuel Sanchez (MEX)
611. Stefano Travaglia (ITA)
619. Patrik Brydolf (SWE)
628. Marko Djokovic (SRB)
684. Guido Andreozzi (ARG)
692. Hiroyasu Ehara (JPN)
723. Dino Marcan (CRO)
747. Juan Pablo Ortiz (ARG)
759. Rhyne Williams (USA)
763. Sandro Ehrat (SUI)
765. Devin Britton (USA)
774. Sekou Bangoura (USA)
803. Juan Carlos Saez (CHI) new in top1000
808. Roberto Ortega-Olmedo (ESP)
814. Toni Androic (CRO)
823. Ryusei Makiguchi (BOL)
838. Jules Marie (FRA)
869. Javier Munoz (CHI)
901. Marvin Barker (NZL)
917. Alessandro Bega (ITA)
922. Matthew Barton (AUS)
935. Rodrigo Scattareggia (ARG) new in top1000
937. Enrique Lopez-Perez (ESP) new in top1000
946. Gabriel Dias (BRA) new in top1000
949. Hicham Khaddari (MAR)
959. Lorenzo Giustino (ITA)
972. Malte Stropp (GER) new in top1000

Most remarkable results by:

- Dimitrov who reached SF in Helsinki challenger by defeating first seed Tobias Kamke (#66).

- Perre-Hugues Herbert who qualified and reached QF in Aachen challenger. Herbert, ranked #688, defeated eight seed Dennis Gremelmayr (#133). Significant milestones reached by P2H project.

- Borut Puc who won 10K Chile F4 futures. Puc was 5th seed there and defeated 2nd seed Guillermo Rivera-Aranguiz (#393), 3rd seed Cristobal Saavedra-Corvalan (#491) and 1st seed Pablo Galdon (#305)

- Guido Andreozzi who won 10K Peru futures. Andreozzi didn't play until September, was he injured? Came back strong with points from every tournament he played except one.

- Grigelis who qualified and reached second round in Salzburg challenger by defeating Franco Skugor (#182)

- Travaglia who won 10K Chile futures

- Juan Carlos Saez (CHI) who reached 10K Chile F3 futures final
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Points earned in 2010 until the 6th of December (top-10 only):

No changes.

Career best ATP rankings - top 1000, new career highs reached on December 6

528. Stefano Travaglia (ITA)
547. Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA)
596. Manuel Sanchez (MEX)
676. Guido Andreozzi (ARG)
691. Hiroyasu Ehara (JPN)
735. Juan Carlos Saez (CHI)
736. Juan Pablo Ortiz (ARG)
805. Roberto Ortega-Olmedo (ESP)
912. Enrique Lopez-Perez (ESP)
932. Gabriel Dias (BRA)
1000. Marko Danis (SVK) new in top1000

Most remarkable results by:

- Pierre-Hugues Herbert who reached final in 10K Dominican Republic futures. Herbert defeated fifth seed Roman Borvanov (#426), second seed Matwe Middelkoop (#272) and fourth seed Rudy Coco (#429) before losing to home player and first seed Victor Estrella (#219)

- Nicolas Pastor who reached 10K Chile F7 futures final by defeting second seed Guido Pella (#382), Chile futures' previous week champion Travaglia and third seed Guillermo Rivera-Aranguiz (#369).
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Points earned in 2010 (top-10 only):

1. Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) 536 points
2. Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS) 208 points
3. Tsung-Hua Yang(TPE) 147 points
4. Yong-Kyu Lim (KOR) 130 points
5. Pablo Carreño-Busta (ESP) 127 points
6. Christian Lindell (SWE) 106 points
7. Laurynas Grigelis (LTU) 99* points
8. Di Wu (CHN) 96 points
9. Steven Diez (CAN) 70 points
10. Borut Puc (CRO) 66 points

*Grigelis cannot count 1 point

Career best ATP rankings - top 1000, full list

106. Grigor Dimitrov (BUL)
163. Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS)
271. Tsung-Hua Yang (TPE)
298. Yong-Kyu Lim (KOR)
340. Pablo Carreno-Busta (ESP)
365. Christian Lindell (SWE)
378. Di Wu (CHN)
398. Laurynas Grigelis (LTU)
428. Steven Diez (CAN)
487. Borut Puc (SLO)
492. Jose Pereira (BRA)
492. Stefano Travaglia (ITA) career high
496. Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA)
514. Mirza Basic (BIH)
529. Mark Verryth (AUS)
531. Juan Lizariturry (ESP)
534. Nicolas Pastor (ARG) career high
541. Alexander Domijan (USA)
555. Tak Khunn Wang (FRA)
558. Shuichi Sekiguchi (JPN)
573. Emilio Gomez (ECU)
596. Manuel Sanchez (MEX)
611. Stanislav Vovk (RUS)
614. Julien Obry (FRA)
619. Patrik Brydolf (SWE)
628. Marko Djokovic (SRB)
645. Guido Andreozzi (ARG) career high
648. Nikala Scholtz (RSA)
653. Albano Olivetti (FRA)
673. Andrei Vasilevski (BLR)
673. Juan Carlos Saez (CHI) career high
679. Piotr Gadomski (POL)
691. Hiroyasu Ehara (JPN)
723. Dino Marcan (CRO)
724. Marc Giner (ESP)
736. Chase Buchanan (USA)
736. Juan Pablo Ortiz (ARG)
759. Rhyne Williams (USA)
761. Yannik Reuter (BEL)
763. Sandro Ehrat (SUI)
765. Devin Britton (USA)
766. Stanislav Poplavskyy (UKR)
770. Kevin Konfederak (ARG)
774. Sekou Bangoura (USA)
777. Igor Bujdo (POL)
794. Roberto Ortega-Olmedo (ESP)
814. Toni Androic (CRO)
823. Ryusei Makiguchi (BOL)
829. Juan Vazquez-Valenzuela (ARG)
834. Jakob Sude (GER)
837. Alex Theiler (CHI)
837. Lazare Kukhalashvili (GEO) unranked atm
838. Jules Marie (FRA)
854. Tristan Samuel Weissborn (AUT)
858. Enrique Lopez-Perez (ESP)
858. Javier Munoz (CHI) career high
862. Yannick Hanfmann (GER)
870. Martin Trueva (POR)
874. Matthew Barton (AUS)
884. Emmanuel Sunday (NGR) unranked atm
885. Gabriel Dias (BRA) career high
886. Andre Baran (BRA)
888. Laurentiu-Ady Gavrila (ROU)
898. Idio Escobar (BRA)
901. Marvin Barker (NZL)
917. Alessandro Bega (ITA)
924. Marco Bortolotti (ITA)
930. Radim Urbanek (CZE)
931. Tennys Sandgren (USA)
932. Tigre Hank (MEX)
934. Tzvetan Mihov (BUL)
935. Rodrigo Scattareggia (ARG)
949. Hicham Khaddari (MAR)
959. Lorenzo Giustino (ITA)
964. Victor Morales (CHI)
972. Malte Stropp (GER)
976. Santiago Celia (ARG)
978. Karim-Mohamed Maamoun (EGY)
981. Alejo Prado (ARG)
993. Vladzimir Kruk (BLR)
998. Marko Danis (SVK)

One note related to previous post - I accidentally left out Mark Verryth's result from 10K Mexico F11 futures which he won. (My apologies to him ) Mark, who was fifth seed there, defeated first seed Adam El Mihdawy (#367) in the final.

Another note: Borut Puc changed his nationality from SLO to CRO.

Most remarkable results from December 6 until the end of the year:

- Puc won 10K Chile F8 futures. On his way to the final Puc defeated second seed Juan-Pablo Amado by retirement, seventh seed Cristobal Saavedra-Corvalan and fourth seed Guillermo Duran. In a tight three sets final he defeated eighth seed and Chile futures winner from previous week Guillermo Hormazabal 62 67(4) 76(3).

- Another good performance by Herbert who reached SF in 10K Dominican Republic futures. In his SF match he met Estrella for the second time in two weeks and again was stopped by the man who captured all three Dominican futures titles.

- Stefano Travaglia reached 10K Chile F9 futures final by defeting first seed Guillermo Rivera-Aranguiz (#375) before losing to second seed Cristobal Saavedra-Corvalan (#472).
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And ^this was the last update from me for 1991 post-junior generation
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Here's the list with best rankings achieved by 1992 generation players

170. Filip Krajinović (SRB)
170. Ryan Harrison (USA)
208. Bernard Tomic (AUS)
308. Facundo Argüello (ARG)
321. Yuki Bhambri (IND)
332. Javier Martí (ESP)
415. Diego Sebastián Schwartzman (ARG)
429. David Souto (VEN)
459. Jordan Cox (USA)
480. Denis Kudla (USA)
506. Nikoloz Basilashvili (GEO)
519. Gianni Mina (FRA)
533. Agustín Velotti (ARG)
545. Alexander Rumyantsev (RUS)
559. Andrea Collarini (ARG)
609. Benjamin Mitchell (AUS)
618. Renzo Olivo (ARG)
629. Jack Sock (USA)
641. Yasutaka Uchiyama (JPN)
646. Richard Muzaev (RUS)
684. Daniel Kosakowski (USA)
684. Micke Kontinen (FIN)
689. Federico Gaio (ITA)
704. Martín Cuevas (URU)
737. Arthur De Greef (BEL)
740. James Duckworth (AUS)
747. Victor Baluda (RUS)
750. Sami Reinwein (GER)
760. Guilherme Clezar (BRA) career high
785. Kevin Krawietz (GER)
791. Daniel Berta (SWE)
808. Dovydas Šakinis (LTU)
808. Duilio Beretta (PER) career high
810. Liang-Chi Huang (TPE)
811. Juan Sebastián Gómez (COL)
828. Justin Eleveld (NED)
866. Diego Galeano (PAR) career high
878. Martin Prikryl (SVK)
908. Serizhan Yessenbekov (KAZ)
916. Medy Chettar (FRA)
929. Johannes Robert Van Overbeek (USA)
951. Tomás Buchhass (ARG)
977. Alessandro Colella (ITA) career high
980. Federico Coria (ARG)
982. Bowen Ouyang (CHN)
982. Pavel Filin (BLR) career high

Just one player earned points in first week of 2011 - 12 points for Harrison who qualified in Brisbane where he defeated #99 Russell, #187 Bashinger and #224 Zopp before losing to first seed and eventual champion Soderling.
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Points earned in 2011 until the 17th of January (top-10 only):

1. Javier Martí 18 points
2. Ryan Harrison and Bernard Tomic 12 points
4. Henri Laaksonen 10 points
5. David Souto 2 points
6. Alexander Rumyantsev, Andrea Collarini, Bruno Semenzato and Florian Fallert 1 point

Career best ATP rankings - top 1000, new career highs reached on January 17

199. Bernard Tomic (AUS)
807. Duilio Beretta (PER)
865. Diego Galeano (PAR)
976. Alessandro Colella (ITA)
981. Pavel Filin (BLR)

Most remarkable results by:

- Marti who won 10K futures in Spain. Marti, who was third seed, defeated seventh seed Miguel-Angel Lopez-Jaen (#452), fifth seed Gerard Granollers-Pujol (#397) and fourth seed Pedro Clar-Rossello (#370).

- Tomic who qualified for Sydney by defeating in straight sets three top100 players: Igor Kunitsyn (#100), Michael Berrer (#58) and Lukasz Kubot (#70).

- Laaksonen who reached final in 10K futures in Israel by defeating Victor Baluda (#752), eighth seed Sergei Krotiouk (#629) and second seed Karlis Lejnieks (#379).
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Points earned in 2011 until the 24th of January (top-10 only):

1. Bernard Tomic 102 points
2. Javier Martí 20 points
3. Ryan Harrison 12 points
4. Henri Laaksonen 10 points
5. Marton Fucsovics 8 points
6. David Souto 4 points
7. Alexander Rumyantsev, Andrea Collarini, and Jozef Kovalik 2 points
10. nine players with 1 point

Most remarkable results by:

- Tomic (#199) who reached third round of Australian Open by defeating in straight sets Jeremy Chardy (#44) and Feliciano Lopez (#31) with three of those sets being tie-breakers. Lost R3 match to first seed and reigning no 1 Rafael Nadal after being two breaks up in second set.

- Fucsovics (#1431) who reached semifinal in 15K futures in China by defeating fifth seed Di Wu (#408) and fourth seed Joshua Milton (#390) before losing to first seed Zhang Ze (#317) with 7-5 7-5.
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Old 01-31-2011, 10:39 PM   #74
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Default Re: Post-junior generation (1992) : ATP Race points 2011 and career best rankings

Points earned in 2011 until the 31th of January (top-10 only):

1. Bernard Tomic 102 points
2. Ryan Harrison 92 points
3. Javier Martí 22 points
4. Henri Laaksonen and Jack Sock 10 points
6. Marton Fucsovics 8 points
7. David Souto 5 points
8. Jozef Kovalik 4 points
9. Bruno Semenzato and Guilherme Clezar 3 points

Career best ATP rankings - top 1000, new career highs reached on January 31

138. Ryan Harrison USA
182. Bernard Tomic AUS
308. Javier Marti ESP
510. Gianni Mina FRA
539. Alexander Rumyantsev RUS
607. Benjamin Mitchell AUS
682. Micke Kontinen FIN
748. Sami Reinwein GER
751. Guilherme Clezar BRA
828. Henri Laaksonen FIN -new in top1000
919. Marton Fucsovics HUN - new in top1000

Most remarkable results by:

- Harrison (#172) who won 50K Honolulu Challenger by defeating third seed Ryan Sweeting (#116) and first seed Michael Russel (#100). Harrison also won the doubles title (with Rettenmaier).

- Sock (#874) who reached 10K USA F3 futures final by defeating second seed Alex Bogdanovic (#290), Denis Kudla (#494) and fourth seed Benjamin Balleret (#442).
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Default Re: Post-junior generation (1992) : ATP Race points 2011 and career best rankings

Guilherme Clezar got a Wild Card for the ATP Costa of Sauipe!

Nice tournament to he get more points!

And Tomic is going very well on Burnie Challenger that he won last year.
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