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Old 07-13-2010, 05:05 PM   #31
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 12th of July:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 178 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 148 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 66 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 51 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 31 Points
7. Denis Kudla (USA) 29 points
8. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 27 points
9. Gianni Mina (Fra), Jason Kubler (AUS,1993), Carlos Boluda-Purkiss (ESP,1993) and Andrea Collarini (USA) 24 points


Some notable results from the week of July, 5:

- Ryan Harrison reached his first ATP QF in Newport defeating #6 seed and ATP #89 Karol Beck
- first ATP win for Denis Kudla who reached second round in Newport by defeating Santiago Ventura in R1
- Javier Marti won futures in Romania, second futures title for him this year
- Kevin Krawietz won his first challenger match in Oberstaufen
- George Morgan (1993) reached SF in Great Britain futures
- first futures QF and first ATP points for Jose Maria Paniagua (ARG) who defeated third seed Agustin Picco (#430), also for Marco Cecchinato (ITA) who defeated third seed Antonio Comporto and for Juan Ignacio Londero (ARG, 1993) who defeated fourth seed Lionel Noviski (#441). Jack Sock and Andrea Collarini also reached futures QFs.
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Old 07-16-2010, 05:53 PM   #32
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First three guys currently having 533 points, exactly the same amount of points as first six 1991 guys.
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Old 07-18-2010, 05:52 PM   #33
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 19th of July:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 178 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 148 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 66 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 51 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 31 Points
7. Andrea Collarini (USA) 30 points
8. Denis Kudla (USA) 29 points
9. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 28 points
10. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 27 points

Some notable results from the week of July, 12:

- Andrea Collarini reached USA futures SF
- Diego Sebastian Schwartzman reached SF in Argentina futures, defeating #8 seed Benedetti and #3 seed Agustin Picco before losing to #1 seed Guido Pella in tight match 7-6(5) 6-7(4) 2-6
- Futures QF for Liang-Chi Huang in Iran
- Kevin Krawietz reached Germany F9 QF by defeating fourth seed Alexander Flock (ATP #412)
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Old 07-25-2010, 10:46 AM   #34
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 26th of July:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 178 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 148 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 71 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 51 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) and Facundo Arguello (ARG) 37 Points
8. Andrea Collarini (USA) 30 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) and Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 29 points

Some notable results from the week of July, 19:

- Facundo Arguello reached Argentina futures final defeating first seed Juan-Pablo Amado (#312 ATP)
- Jordan Cox reached USA futures SF defeating second seed and ATP #434 Adam El Mihdawy
- Javier Marti qualified in Poznan challenger before losing in 3 to #203 Daniel Minoz-De La Nava
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Old 08-02-2010, 08:27 PM   #35
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 2nd of August:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 187 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 148 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 71 points
5. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 53 points
6. Jordan Cox (USA) 38 points
7. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 37 Points
8. Andrea Collarini (USA) 30 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) and Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 29 points

Some notable results from the week of July, 26:

- Filip Krajinovic reached second round of Cordenons challenger defeating #159 Christophe Rochus and losing to eventual champion Steve Darcis (#141)
- Gullerme Clezar reached SF in futures in Brazil, defeating sixth seed Jose Pereira (#550) and losing to eventual champion Rafael Camilo (#551)
- David Souto reached futures QF in Spain
- Evan King and Dovydas Sakinis both qualified and reached USA futures QF. King defeated #2 seed Adam El Mihdawy (#435), while Sakinis defeated fourth seed Jean-Noel Insausti (#534)

No points involved in this match but fifteen years old Albert Alcaraz Ivorra lost in three (64 26 57) to Ricardo Ojeda-Lara in first qualifying round of futures in Spain.
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Arguello won again a future, this time F15 in Argentina.
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 9th of August:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 187 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 148 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 71 points
5. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 55 Points
6. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 53 points
7. Jordan Cox (USA) 38 points
8. Andrea Collarini (USA) 30 points
9. Denis Kudla (USA) and Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 29 points

Some notable results from the week of August, 2:

- Facundo Arguello won futures in Argentina defeating sixth seed Guillermo Duran (#473) and first seed Pablo Galdon (#372)
- Tiago Fernandes (1993) qualified and won first round match in challenger for the first time. Defeated Kaden Hensel (#413) in Beijing
- Dominic Thiem (1993) played his first pro match and gained his first ATP points by defeating Alexandre Sidorenko (#252) in Kitzbuhel challenger
- Taro Daniel (1993) qualified and reached SF in futures in Spain defeating third seed Oscar Sabate-Bretos (#545). First points for him, too.
- Chuhan Wang gained his first ATP points by qualifying in Beijing challenger. Defeated third seed Dane Propoggia (#627) in final qualy round before losing to eventual champion.
- Yuki Bhambri, Victor Baluda, Alessandro Colella and Athur De Greef reached QF in four different futures

Nine players born in 1992 and younger gained first points - good week for them!
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- Tiago Fernandes (1993) qualified and won first round match in challenger for the first time. Defeated Kaden Hensel (#413) in Beijing
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 16th of August:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 187 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 155 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 76 points
5. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 57 Points
6. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 53 points
7. Jordan Cox (USA) 38 points
8. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 31 points
9. Andrea Collarini (USA) and Gianni Mina (FRA) 30 points

Some notable results from the week of August, 9:

- Futures final for Micke Kontinen and first ATP points for him. Defeated #301 Timo Nieminen in SF.
- Second round in Binghamton challenger for Ryan Harrison by defeating #218 Greg Jones.
- Suk-Young Jeong (1993) qualified and reached SF in futures in Thailand by defeating third seed Rupesh Roy (#471).
- Gianni Mina qualified and reached SF in futures in Finland by defeating #504 G.Panfil.
- Javier Marti qualified in Istanbul challenger
- eleven players reached futures QFs
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Old 08-16-2010, 08:34 AM   #40
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This doesn't really belong here, but I didn't want to start a whole new thread.

According to this Sony Ericsson document, girls aged 17 are allowed to participate in up to 16 professional tennis tournaments. I couldn't find the equivalent for the ATP, so can someone please let me know. That is, how many ranking point events is a 15, 16, 17 year old allowed to play? I remember Nadal entering heaps of events when he was 17 (just checked and he entered 21, making the later stages of most) so perhaps that's the maximum for 17 year old or maybe the rule has changed?
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Nothing about the number of events in ITF rule book, afaik

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B. GENERAL
1. Open Competition / No Discrimination
Futures Tournaments are open to all male (please refer to Appendix A) tennis players based on merit and without discrimination subject only to the conditions herein set forth and provided, however, that minors under the age of fourteen (14) shall not be eligible for entry. For purposes of this Rule, the player’s age as of the first day of the tournament Main Draw shall be used.
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A.Gender / Age Limitation
The ATP will use the age of a player on the first (1st) day of the qualifying competition. Male players age sixteen (16) or older are not limited in the number of tournaments they may enter. Players under the age of sixteen (16) are subject to the following entry restrictions in ATP World Tour or ATP Challenger Tour tournaments (includes entry as a wildcard):
1) Male players under the age of fourteen (14) shall not be eligible for entry into any ATP World Tour or ATP Challenger Tour tournament.
2) Male players aged fourteen (14) shall be eligible for entry into a maximum of eight (8) ATP World Tour or ATP Challenger Tour tournaments.
3) Male players aged fifteen (15) shall be eligible for entry into a maximum of twelve (12) ATP World Tour and ATP Challenger Tour tournaments.
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 23rd of August:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 207 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 187 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 155 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 76 points
5. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 57 Points
6. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 53 points
7. Jordan Cox (USA) 38 points
8. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 37 points
9. Suk-Young Jeong (KOR) (1993) 31 points
10. Andrea Collarini (USA) and Gianni Mina (FRA) 30 points

Some notable results from the week of August, 16:

- Futures final for Suk-Young Jeong (1993) in Thailand.
- Futures SF for Diego Sebastian Schwartzman in Argentina. Straight sets (64 64) win over junior RG champion Velotti in QF.
- Futures SF for Danilo Petrovic in Serbia and first ATP points for him.
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 30th of August:
(players from generation 1992 and younger - the year of birth is written between blankets if it's not 1992):

1. Bernard Tomic (Aus) 215 points
2. Filip Krajinovic (Serb) 195 points
3. Ryan Harrison (USA) 190 points
4. Javier Marti (ESP) 76 points
5. Facundo Arguello (ARG) 57 Points
6. David Souto(-Vargas) (Ven) 53 points
7. Jordan Cox (USA) 38 points
8. Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 37 points
9. Jason Kubler (AUS) 32 points
10. Suk-Young Jeong (KOR) (1993) 31 points

Some notable results from the week of August, 23:

- Harrison qualified for US Open, defeating ATP #126 Rui Machado in first qualy round.
- Alexander Rumyantsev qualified and won title in Russia futures.
- Tomic (defeated Ilhan, #108) and Krajinovic (defeated J.Pospisil, #256) reached second qualy round in USO.
- Kubler reached SF in futures in Italy
- Serizhan Yessenbekov won first round match in Astana (his opponent Ivo Minar retired from this match).
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ATP "Race" points earned from the 1st of January to the 27th of September:
(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) 105 Points
5. Javier Marti (ESP) 89 points
6. David Souto(-Vargas) (VEN) and Diego Sebastian Schwartzman (ARG) 53 points
8. Alexaner Rumyantsev (RUS) 44 points
9. Jordan Cox (USA) 42 points
10. Gianni Mina (FRA) 34 points


Some notable results from the last four weeks (weeks beginning August 30 - September 20)

- Harrison reached second round in USO by defeating #17 Ivan Ljubicic and losing tight second round match against #36 Sergiy Stakhovsky in five sets 3-6 7-5 6-3 3-6 6-7(6).
- Arguello reached Belo Horizonte-2 challenger final by defeating #195 Ciao Zampieri in first round and losing to #238 Rogerio Dutra Da Silva.
- Krajinovic reached two consecutive challenger QFs, first one by defeating #143 Stefan Koubek in Banja Luka and week after in Trnava by defeating #94 Jan Hajek.
- unranked Roberto Carballes Baena (1993) won 15K futures in Spain by defeating #387 Jose Checa-Calvo (2nd round), #371 Phillip Bester (SF) and #372 Pablo Carreno-Busta (Final).
- Rumyantsev won title in Iran 10K futures.
- Schwartzman and Marti reached futures finals in Bolivia and Spain respectively.

- First futures QF and first futures SF for Sami Reinwein
- First challenger R1 wins for Daniel Berta (Alphen) and Juan Sebastian Gomez (Bogota-3)
- First futures QF for a player born in 1994 achieved in Ecuador by Bernardo Casares
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