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After the Wimbledon Final, your Top 10 of this:

1. Nadal
2. Djokovic
3. Wawrinka
4. Federer
5. Murray
6. Berdych
7. Ferrer
8. Del Potro
9. Raonic
10. Gulbis

To this:
1. Djokovic (+1)
2. Nadal (-1)
3. Federer (+1)
4. Wawrinka (-1)
5. Berdych (+1)
6. Raonic (+3)
7. Ferrer
8. Del Potro
9. Dimitrov (+4)
10. Murray (-5)

Have we had this big change for a while in the Top 10 Rankings at the same time as I remembered last year it has been a little stagnant with Djokovic and Nadal being #1 and #2, with Murray #3 I think, Federer in #5 and later #7 and Berdych floating between #5-#7 but not all at once.
 

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Murray with 630pts to defend the rest of the year, Grigor can't have much more than that anyone got a full list of the points everyone in the top 10 has to defend the rest of the year?

This would help to see how much work everyone has to do in the hard court season.
 

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I mean the past years have been quite clear about how the lines were drawn, but coming this Monday, the Top 10 would probably have the most shakeups it has been for a while with the early exit of Murray, Raonic & Dimitrov's SF runs, Federer's Final after just finishing 2nd Round last year and Djokovic's push to #1 with a win.
 

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What makes it really weird is that Del Potro and Ferrer stay put despite having the second and fifth biggest point drops of the week.
 

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Ranking after Wimbledon with current points in first column and points remaining to defend this year in the second column

1. Djokovic 13130 5740
2. Nadal 12670 6020
3. Federer 6100 1870
4. Wawrinka 5770 1725
5. Berdych 4410 1475
6. Raonic 3920 1690
7. Ferrer 3875 1755
8. Del Potro 3360 2975
9. Dimitrov 3270 730
10. Murray 3040 630
 
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