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Take two of the legendary Live ATP rankings thread is here, because it was time to compact all the rankings in one thread, that can be stickied and viewable to all.

With all the instructions being laid below, the live rankings now have an online home (also accessible through MTF's top menu: LIVE ATP):
LIVE ATP & OPEN ERA RANKINGS

Here is the legend for the color code and display mode of the table.

- The table displays current ranking standings by calculating the number of points dropped at the end of the period mentioned on the head table (the next official ATP rankings date).
- The Drop column details the number of points for all the tournaments that will be taken out of the player's rankings. Multiple tournaments may be dropped for each player, but the tournament with the most points dropped will determine the color of the drop points. For instance, 180 Wimbledon dropped along with 45 ATP 250 in the week after Wimbledon will result in 225 colored in red (Grand Slam color).
- The Gain column displays the total number of points the player has raised at the current tournament.
- The Effective column is the exact number of points the player will win or lose at the next official ranking. The total here is calculated based on all tournaments dropped and all tournaments played (GS qualies, Futures and all other tournaments that will be counted at the next official rankings). The color is determined again by the tournament with most points.
- The second Points column is for the next week after the current week. When no Grand Slam is being played, all current Futures tournaments are first counted there, since they won't be part of the rankings until a week later. Also, all next week's qualifiers will be counted there.
- In all weeks an additional Incoming Futures column is being displayed, along with the total tournament count calculated in advance so that the players with the same number of points are separated properly.
- During Grand Slam qualies another column with the points made there (not yet Live) is added. And during Grand Slams, another column with the points from the tournament is added in case a player goes to another tournament after the GS or GS qualies, but before the next official rankings.
- In the detailed week by week part of the table, you will encounter -1 points for certain players. Those tournaments are actually the tournaments in which the player has received a 0-point penalty for retiring or for not completing at least 4 ATP 500 tournaments in a year.


The colors used as background inside the table mean:
Green - The player is currently not eliminated from the Main Draw.
Red - The player was eliminated from the Main Draw or Qualifying Draw.
Blue - The player is currently playing on the Qualifying Draw.
Orange - The player has retired from any match.
Gray - The player has withdrawn from the tournament, but will incur a 0-point penalty. This will be noted as a -1 in case of ATP 500 events, and 0 in case of ATP 1000. This is due to the fact that ATP 1000 events are recognized as Mandatory by the system, while ATP 500 events are not, and there needs to be a difference between regular 0 (first round loss) and mandatory 0 (penalty).
White - The player currently does not participate in a tournament.


The colors used for text inside the table mean:
Red - The player is/was on a Grand Slam Main Draw
Regular orange - The player is/was on a ATP 1000 Mandatory Masters Main Draw
Light orange - The player is/was on a ATP 1000 Optional (MC) Masters Main Draw
Maroon - The player is/was on the ATP Tour Finals Main Draw
Green - The player is/was on a ATP 500 Main Draw
Olive - The player is/was on the Olympics Main Draw
Purple - The player is/was on a ATP 250 Main Draw
Plum - The player is/was on the World Team Championships tournament
Sky Blue - The player participated in the Davis Cup
Teal - The player is/was on the ATP Challenger Finals
Blue - The player is/was on a Challenger Main Draw
Navy - The player is/was on a 25K Futures Main Draw
Black - The player is/was on a 15K Futures Main Draw
Gray - The player participates on the Qualifying Draw of any tournament
Silver - The player does not participate in a tournament



Live Rankings Update Schedule:
Once every 15 minutes. The update starts at the second minute of the hour and usually finishes between the sixth and the tenth minute.

Live Rankings Week Change Schedule:
On an official rankings Monday, the live rankings will show the official rankings until around midday. The last regular update for Monday is scheduled at 10:20 AM London Time.
The week change procedure starts at 10:30 AM London Time and lasts around 2 hours. The first new week update is scheduled at either 12:30 PM London Time or 1 PM London Time.
Take note. If Monday finals are played for Grand Slam level, ATP level or Challenger level tournaments, the update is delayed until all finals are finished.

Live Rankings Power Failures:
In case a power failure or any other reason turns the operational computer off, the live rankings updates stop until the computer is back online. To help this to happen automatically, the computer now has the feature to turn itself back on everyday at 6 PM GMT DST or 7 PM GMT non-DST, provided that power comes back by the time. Once the computer turns back on, it is programmed to restart the live rankings updates with the first regularly scheduled operation.

Link to weekly rankings statistics: Ranking Statistics
Link to old ATP Rankings thread: Old ATP Rankings Thread
Links to all previous threads:
Unofficial Live ATP Rankings
Unofficial Age Group Live ATP Rankings
Unofficial Live ATP Race Rankings
Unofficial Age Group Live ATP Race Rankings

The rankings employ a special rule regarding Masters, whereby players are exempted from playing all of the events from one calendar year provided they respect some rules. The exemption list can be found here.
 

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thanks in advance :)
 

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Well, it's all updated and in-use right now. There are links in the OP to help you navigate the first page easier. Please enjoy.

It's interesting to see the O32 list and I am thankful that I finally got to do the In/Out list as well.:D

Take note that I asked Snowwy to change the stickied threads with this one and close the previous 4 threads. We'll have to wait.
 

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Love the O32 list. 4(Haas, Stepanek, Llodra, Hewitt) of my 10 favourites are in the top 10 there, with Federer to join in soon. I like too many old players.

Btw, how(or why) did you settle on 32? Not criticizing the decision, just want to know why 32.
 

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Love the O32 list. 4(Haas, Stepanek, Llodra, Hewitt) of my 10 favourites are in the top 10 there, with Federer to join in soon. I like too many old players.

Btw, how(or why) did you settle on 32? Not criticizing the decision, just want to know why 32.
It was a direct request.
 

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Love the O32 list. 4(Haas, Stepanek, Llodra, Hewitt) of my 10 favourites are in the top 10 there, with Federer to join in soon. I like too many old players.

Btw, how(or why) did you settle on 32? Not criticizing the decision, just want to know why 32.
It was requested in the old Age Group Rankings thread. If you want to adapt it to O31, O33 or O30, please say so.
 

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It was requested in the old Age Group Rankings thread. If you want to adapt it to O31, O33 or O30, please say so.
I see. I don't want anything in general. When I want something specific, I can always download the whole file and sort it myself :)
 

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Monaco got a zeropointer for his withdrawal from Acapulco, and Garcia-Lopez for the one from Dubai

Stepanek's zeropointer from Rotterdam was erased as we had guessed
 

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Monaco got a zeropointer for his withdrawal from Acapulco, and Garcia-Lopez for the one from Dubai

Stepanek's zeropointer from Rotterdam was erased as we had guessed
Thanks duong. I am now officially angry and I wish there was a way to know this crap before it actually happens.
 

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Amazing work as usual! Thanks a lot!

Could you do a Over-30 list as well, maybe? It's quite a milestone when someone turns from 29 to 30, so it might be interesting to have a list for that as well.
 

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Amazing work as usual! Thanks a lot!

Could you do a Over-30 list as well, maybe? It's quite a milestone when someone turns from 29 to 30, so it might be interesting to have a list for that as well.
Sure. But it would make the O32 list too close to it, age-wise. Maybe that would need to be increased to O33 or O34 (I incline to making it O34 if we do the O30).
 

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After a calculation I have determined that the average age of the former number 1 players that retired is 32.71. Thus, I have decided to leave only O32 (not do any O30, or O34), being all players that have passed or reached the average retirement age and keep playing tennis.

There, now O32 has a bigger significance in the age groups.;)
 
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