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The world's top 104 men are all entered into next month's US Open, organisers have revealed.

With no injury problems among the game's elite, the ranking cut-off point for direct entry into the final Grand Slam tournament of the season is at 104 with Germany's Dustin Brown the last man into the field.

US Open here we come!

Dustin Brown appreciation thread. Show your love to Dreddy.:worship:

 

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I hope secretly for a Wild Card for Davy ....
 

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Does this mean Del Potro will be replaced by a lucky loser?
 

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Del Potro, Haas, Almagro and Mayer are already forgotten?
 

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Del Potro, Haas, Almagro and Mayer are already forgotten?
:shrug:Each of the world’s top 104-ranked men, representing 36 countries, have committed to the final Grand Slam tournament of 2014. In addition to Djokovic and Nadal, the field features past champions Juan Martin del Potro (2009), who has not played since March due to wrist surgery, Roger Federer (2004-08), Lleyton Hewitt (2001) and Andy Murray (2012).

http://www.usopen.org/news/djokovic_nadal_lead_2014_us_open_men’s_field/
 

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:shrug:Each of the world’s top 104-ranked men, representing 36 countries, have committed to the final Grand Slam tournament of 2014. In addition to Djokovic and Nadal, the field features past champions Juan Martin del Potro (2009), who has not played since March due to wrist surgery, Roger Federer (2004-08), Lleyton Hewitt (2001) and Andy Murray (2012).

http://www.usopen.org/news/djokovic_nadal_lead_2014_us_open_men’s_field/
Strong journalism, players are automatically signed up if their ranking is sufficient.
 
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