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babbette
05-18-2009, 07:45 AM
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Ranked 58!! Now let's play a game where one poster says a ranking and you name that player. It will make a change from all the Federer has Nadal's number and Nadal threads around here.

Comeon, let's play. Ohter players exist, isn't it? :p






Ranked 99?

Winners or Errors
05-18-2009, 07:48 AM
#99 is Victor Crivoli. Marvelling at how that is the case given his 1-5 record this year and 5-11 career record.

Shockers at 63 and 83 for me...

Nice thread idea.

babbette
05-18-2009, 07:54 AM
Tommy Haas 63, and Baghdatis 83?! Yikes.:shock:

This is educational. :mrgreen:


raking 38...

Winners or Errors
05-18-2009, 08:09 AM
Mario Ancic - didn't even know he was playing anymore... ;-)

#62? I saw this guy playing for the first time, what, two weeks ago?

Maybe more will play if we keep the thread going.

RCizzle65
05-18-2009, 08:16 AM
#99 is Victor Crivoli. Marvelling at how that is the case given his 1-5 record this year and 5-11 career record.

Shockers at 63 and 83 for me...

Nice thread idea.

Must be wrong, look at the highlights on his ATP Profile
HIGHLIGHTS 2009
Singles
Challenger F: Napoli SF: Rabat QF: Rome-2

And 63 would be Fabio Fognini! Was up 5-0 against Murray but blew that set and the match.

How about number 66!

downdaline
05-18-2009, 08:50 AM
Must be wrong, look at the highlights on his ATP Profile
HIGHLIGHTS 2009
Singles
Challenger F: Napoli SF: Rabat QF: Rome-2

And 63 would be Fabio Fognini! Was up 5-0 against Murray but blew that set and the match.

How about number 66!

66 is Yen-Hsun Loo, who apparently favors double digits. Is currently 66 and his best ranking was 55. I guess that means he'll never make the top 10. Hahaha...

How about no. 44???

cknobman
05-18-2009, 09:05 AM
Anyone guess whos 106? (heres a hint: he aint afraid of ya!)

Right below at 107 is a real shocker, Canas, Guillermo (ARG). Isnt this the guy who beat Fed back to back in 07? WTF happened to him?

Cindysphinx
05-18-2009, 09:09 AM
Ah, my favorite player, the guy I picked last year to go to No. 1, is currently at 41 and seems to have stalled pretty badly:

Ernests Gulbis.

Man, he's got it all, based on the match he played against Roddick at US Open. Touch at net, big serve, aggressive. He's young. I am still expecting Great Things from him . . . .

babbette
05-18-2009, 09:10 AM
106-vincent Spadea


182?

Dream_On
05-18-2009, 09:33 AM
64


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jamesblakefan#1
05-18-2009, 10:50 AM
64 is Oscar Hernandez AKA the Great One

182 is Xavier Malisse? Damn, that sucks.

How about 194? A former slam winner.
And 164 is a future slam winner.

IvanAndreevich
05-18-2009, 11:10 AM
Johansson, Thomas (SWE) - geez time for him to retire.
Donald Young - LMAO, good one.

156 - poor man's Federer?
122 - Olympic champion
120 - love the guy's game :)

Winners or Errors
05-18-2009, 04:52 PM
This thread goes nicely with the Christopher Rochus thread about the money all being concentrated at the top. I want to see some of these guys who are lower in the rankings play!

RCizzle65
05-18-2009, 07:19 PM
Johansson, Thomas (SWE) - geez time for him to retire.
Donald Young - LMAO, good one.

156 - poor man's Federer?
122 - Olympic champion
120 - love the guy's game :)

156 - Amer Delic! Why is he that low! He may look like Fed, but I think the 110 person is more of a poor man's Federer, severely underpowered I mean by poor man, even looks like him a bit, not in that ATP picture of him though
122 - Nicolas Massu, has he really done anything besides that?
120 - Thomax Bellucci, don't know him.