Gulbis was up 3-1 *40-15 in the second.
If he loses in the first round of the French Open he will be down to 565 points. That should keep him in the top 100 but not by much. He could fall out of the top 100 after Wimbledon where he defends 45 points but as long as he wins at least one match on grass he should be safely there until Canada/Cinci.As someone answered my question in my thread, does this mean Gulbis is going to lose about 200 points when the new rankings are announced next week? I don't expect him to go deep at the French Open, where apparently he's defending 700 points. I have a bad feeling that he's gonna have to kiss good-bye to his top 100 status then.