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In an effort to determine who was playing the best at the biggest events, I looked at player performances at the full-field events of slams and Masters 1000s (including Monte Carlo, which got most of the top players to attend this year).

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1. Djokovic: 9180
2. Federer: 6990
3. Nadal: 5815
4. Wawrinka: 4380
5. Raonic: 3490
6. Ferrer:  2985
7. Murray: 2970
8. Nishikori: 2945
9. Cilic: 2920
10. Berdych: 2900
11. Dimitrov: 2315
12. Tsonga: 2235
13. Lopez: 1550
14. Gulbis: 1415
15. Anderson: 1360
16. Bautista Agut: 1325
17. Simon: 1260
18. Robredo: 1235
19. Monfils: 1180
20. Isner: 1120
21. Benneteau: 1020
22. Fognini: 850
23. Dolgopolov: 795
24. Chardy: 745
25. Thiem: 632
26. Gasquet: 630
27. Garcia-Lopez: 590
28. Youzhny: 580
29. Verdasco: 570
30. Kyrgios: 540
31. Kohlschreiber: 535
32. Janowicz: 520
33. Seppi: 480
34. Giraldo: 470
35. Gabashvili: 460
35. L. Mayer: 460
37. Sock: 446
38. Querrey: 435
39. Granollers: 420
40. Lu: 415
41. Karlovic: 405
42. Lajovic: 384
43. Istomin: 345
43. Dodig: 345 
43. Kukishkin: 345
46. Stepanek: 325
46. Paire: 325
48. Nieminen: 321
49. Young: 315
50. Tursunov: 310
51. Matosevic: 308
52. Klizan: 306
53. Mannarino: 305
54. Haas: 300
55. Becker: 288
56. Roger-Vasselin: 285
57: Carreno Busta: 281
58. Rosol: 275
59. Bolelli: 266
60. Tomic: 260
61. V. Pospisil: 250
62. Monaco: 245
63. Sousa: 240
64. F. Mayer: 235
65. Melzer: 230
66. Jaziri: 228
67. Johnson: 226
68. Vesely: 225
69. Golubev: 216
70. A. Gonzalez: 215
71. Andujar: 205
72. Mathieu: 192
73. Sijsling: 191 
74. Almagro: 190
74: Hewitt: 190
 

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I'm surprised to see Monfils so high
 

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Raonic has beaten only two top 10 players : awful Murray and injured Nishikori, why is he so high on that list ?
More friendly draws due to his ranking and some luck, but he's been consistent for sure.

Same as Murray, he didn't play very well, but since he was well ranked, he had always good draws until the R16-QF's. He'll need to raise his level to maintain or even upgrade this (I'm sure he's not happy with QF's and SF's anyway), since he'll now face tougher players in the 3R already.

Dimitrov hurt by RG's early loss (also he was bad in the first two Masters), but still good ranked at 9th.

Bautista Agut 13th. :worship:
 

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More friendly draws due to his ranking and some luck, but he's been consistent for sure.

Same as Murray, he didn't play very well, but since he was well ranked, he had always good draws until the R16-QF's. He'll need to raise his level to maintain or even upgrade this (I'm sure he's not happy with QF's and SF's anyway), since he'll now face tougher players in the 3R already.

Dimitrov hurt by RG's early loss (also he was bad in the first two Masters), but still good ranked at 9th.

Bautista Agut 13th. :worship:
Another that I found interesting was Lajovic at 28. He's raised his level in slams in 2014.
 

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Oh, he doesn't need me to hype him. He's doing plenty well in that regard himself this season.

Quality thread contribution as usual, though.
Not hating here but be honest do you really enjoy watcing Raonic play?
 

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Not hating here but be honest do you really enjoy watcing Raonic play?
Of course (and you are kind of hating). While I sometimes have trouble understanding why people enjoy watching certain players as much as they do (like, for example, Nadal), in the end I just figure different strokes for different folks. What does that have to do with this thread, though?
 

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Of course (and you are kind of hating). While I sometimes have trouble understanding why people enjoy watching certain players as much as they do (like, for example, Nadal), in the end I just figure different strokes for different folks. What does that have to do with this thread, though?
Nothing just had to ask.
 

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Raonic has beaten only two top 10 players : awful Murray and injured Nishikori, why is he so high on that list ?
Semis at Wimbledon and Rome. QF at RG, Monte Carlo, Miami and Indian Wells. In other words of the 8 events the OP is counting (Slam and Masters) Raonic has reached at least the QFs in all but two.
 

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Kyrgios ranking achieved without playing any of the M1000s at all too, suggesting he has the potential to move up the rankings pretty fast...as with his full ranking which is based on only 13 outings.
 

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Bumping this with the updated results from Toronto and Cincy. Federer climbs into 3rd with his F and W (as he nears Nadal for 2nd), Tsonga rises all the way to 10th after last week, while Lopez, Robredo, and Benneteau also made big jumps.
 
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