Carlos is there. Officially.
Roddick is battling with Jiri.
Right now, Jiri has 447 points, Andy has 409.
Therefor, Roddick has to reach the final.
He would have 454 points if that happens.
Carlos has 466 now, so he is already over Jiri.
Moya Bounces Agassi, Grabs Shanghai Slot
Carlos Moya ensured that the Tennis Masters Cup will have a distinctly Spanish flavor by defeating Andre Agassi, 6-4, 6-4, at the BNP Paribas Masters on Friday. Moya became the third Spaniard, along with Juan Carlos Ferrero and Albert Costa, to qualify for Shanghai.
Also in action on a blockbuster quarterfinal day in Paris are Lleyton Hewitt, Roger Federer, Andy Roddick and Paradorn Srichaphan. Marat Safin has advanced, and will play Moya.
Great insight into PEAK Federer and what he was doing and his mindset, awesome vid!
"If you go, somebody else will take your spot. The tennis will live on but you won't. You're just there in the moment itself. You can never be bigger than the game and I think you always have to remember that"
Give a top 2 for each slam.
AO: Tsitsipas, Nadal/Medvedev (cop-out I know)
FO: Thiem, Nadal
WB: Zverev, Aliassime
USO: Thiem, Sinner
I can't wait for Thiem and Tsitsipas to rule. The short time before Sinner takes over :devil smile of old MTF.
Of course I equally wouldn't mind a Nadal YCGS.
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