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DoubleDeuce
06-07-2009, 10:57 AM
Anyone who has been following the ranking changes so far, would like to see the new figures. It would be interesting to know.

From what I see, just a rough estimate, the point diff. has shrunk from about 5000 to 1000. If so, Roger can again regain #1 by USO.

Docalex007
06-07-2009, 11:02 AM
Anyone who has been following the ranking changes so far, would like to see the new figures. It would be interesting to know.

From what I see, just a rough estimate, the point diff. has shrunk from about 5000 to 1000. If so, Roger can again regain #1 by USO.

Yeah, and I think it's highly likely he gets the #1 ranking back now. Very interesting. Nobody even considered this scenario only two weeks ago. :shock:

DoubleDeuce
06-07-2009, 11:12 AM
Well, after Madrid many were hopeful that now Roger has put it together. And by the way, that shrunk their pont difference to about 1400 points right there.

Ballinbob
06-07-2009, 11:13 AM
what will Soderling's ranking be after this?

Dutch-Guy
06-07-2009, 11:16 AM
what will Soderling's ranking be after this?

From #26 to #12.

malakas
06-07-2009, 11:16 AM
It will 12.

No.The point difference is like 2000 points without counting Queens.But Rafa is defending champion and also Gold medalist .

DoubleDeuce
06-07-2009, 11:19 AM
I hope he makes it to top 10.

I ended up liking the guy. All the rumors about him got to be false.

He did not do one single unlikable thing during his 7 matches. Shame on me for calling him a clown. :(

batz
06-07-2009, 11:23 AM
Anyone who has been following the ranking changes so far, would like to see the new figures. It would be interesting to know.

From what I see, just a rough estimate, the point diff. has shrunk from about 5000 to 1000. If so, Roger can again regain #1 by USO.

Roger can regain number 1 by the end of Wimbledon - without winning it! But only if Rafa withdraws. If Roger wins and Rafa loses before semis, then Rgoer also takes the number 1 slot.

Here's something I posted on a similar thread in the match results forum:

The major variable now is whether or not Rafa plays Wimbledon. The scenario below is based on Rafa withdrawing from SW19.

If Roger wins today, he'll have 11070 points. If he wins Gerry Weber next week, that total will reduce by 200 points, putting Roger on to 10970 going into Wimbledon.

Rafa will have 12735 going in to Wimbledon (14960 -1820 - 405 (Queen's points)).

If we take off their respective Wimby points we see that Roger would have 9570 and Rafa would have 10735.

Roger would therefore take number 1 at Wimbledon if he made final and gained 1200 points to take him to 10770.

DoubleDeuce
06-07-2009, 11:29 AM
Roger can regain number 1 by the end of Wimbledon - without winning it! But only if Rafa withdraws. If Roger wins and Rafa loses before semis, then Rgoer also takes the number 1 slot.

Here's something I posted on a similar thread in the match results forum:

The major variable now is whether or not Rafa plays Wimbledon. The scenario below is based on Rafa withdrawing from SW19.

If Roger wins today, he'll have 11070 points. If he wins Gerry Weber next week, that total will reduce by 200 points, putting Roger on to 10970 going into Wimbledon.

Rafa will have 12735 going in to Wimbledon (14960 -1820 - 405 (Queen's points)).

If we take off their respective Wimby points we see that Roger would have 9570 and Rafa would have 10735.

Roger would therefore take number 1 at Wimbledon if he made final and gained 1200 points to take him to 10770.

So if nadal makes the w final he will keep his ranking

batz
06-07-2009, 11:31 AM
So if nadal makes the w final he will keep his ranking

Yes - until the US hardcourt season at least.

malakas
06-07-2009, 11:32 AM
Yes - until the US hardcourt season at least.

did you taken into account the 800 points frm Olympics Games?

batz
06-07-2009, 11:33 AM
did you taken into account the 800 points frm Olympics Games?

They don't come off until the middle of the US hardcourt season - 17 August.

KuanMaster
06-07-2009, 11:49 AM
nadal will maybe not play at wimbledon

IvanAndreevich
06-07-2009, 12:09 PM
nadal will maybe not play at wimbledon

That would pretty much be the ONLY way for Federer to regain #1 AT Wimby.

joeri888
06-07-2009, 12:48 PM
Anyone with the exact top 15 of tomorrow? or at least top 2? What will be the difference tomorrow?

batz
06-07-2009, 12:50 PM
Anyone with the exact top 15 of tomorrow? or at least top 2? What will be the difference tomorrow?

Roger will have 11070, Rafa will have 13140.

joeri888
06-07-2009, 12:57 PM
So basically Rafa needs to drop out at Wimbledon and Fed needs to win wimbledon and Halle to be the new no. 1.

How far behind will Murray and Djokovic be, does anyone know that?

Rhino
06-07-2009, 01:00 PM
Anyone with the exact top 15 of tomorrow? or at least top 2? What will be the difference tomorrow?

1 1 Nadal 13140
2 2 Federer 11070
3 3 Murray 9230
4 4 Djokovic 8020
5 5 Del Potro 5480
6 6 Roddick 4400
7 7 Simon 3970
8 8 Verdasco 3710
9 9 Tsonga 3510
10 12 Gonzalez F 3165
11 11 Davydenko 3155
12 25 Soderling 2825
13 13 Cilic 2780
14 10 Monfils 2610
15 17 Robredo 2580
16 16 Blake 2390
17 15 Nalbandian 2385
18 14 Ferrer 2130
19 18 Wawrinka 2095
20 21 Gasquet 1925
21 20 Berdych 1910
22 19 Stepanek 1890

R_Federer
06-07-2009, 01:04 PM
Actually I was always confident and people called me a dumbhead for being so...for Roger to regain #1 and also get a French one day.

shadows
06-07-2009, 01:05 PM
@Rhino, if that's accurate then woo, welcome back Gonzo!

Leublu tennis
06-07-2009, 01:25 PM
@Rhino, if that's accurate then woo, welcome back Gonzo!I'm with Rhino other than Ferrer and Gasquet. But then I don't go deep in the record for most of them, only the top ones.