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Nyl
01-29-2006, 10:00 AM
i just wonder if the ATP is still adopting the atp race ranking system ??? or is it back on the entry system? how come the atp web site isnt showing up the race ranking? is it a temp. thing ?

West Coast Ace
01-29-2006, 10:04 AM
Probably won't be updated until Monday morning, Florida time.

tenalyser
01-29-2006, 10:21 AM
i just wonder if the ATP is still adopting the atp race ranking system ??? or is it back on the entry system? how come the ATP web site isnt showing up the race ranking? is it a temp. thing ?

Rank Player Week Points
1 Federer 700 6,975
2 Nadal 0 4,615
3 Roddick 150 2,785
4 Nalbandian 450 2,570
5 Ljubicic 250 2,395
6 Davydenko 250 2,355
7 Coria 75 2,100
8 Gaudio 75 2,050
9 Agassi 0 2,025
10 Ferrer 150 1,780

11 Hewitt 35 1,665
12 Kiefer 450 1,660
13 Johansson T 150 1,645
14 Gonzalez 5 1,585
15 Robredo 150 1,565
16 Ginepri 35 1,525
17 Gasquet 5 1,516
18 Ferrero 75 1,500
19 Hrbaty 150 1,440
20 Blake J 75 1,430

21 Stepanek 35 1,400
22 Ancic 75 1,390
23 Grosjean 250 1,295
24 Berdych 35 1,280
25 Andreev 75 1,255
26 Nieminen 75 1,230
27 Baghdatis 700 1,219
28 Monfils 5 1,099
29 Mirnyi 75 960
30 Haas 150 940

31 Rochus O 35 930
32 Verdasco 35 925
33 Volandri 5 910
34 Lopez F 75 900
35 Moya 5 885
36 Malisse 35 866
37 Mathieu 150 858
38 Dent 5 850
39 Serra 5 848
40 Hanescu 5 826

41 Santoro 250 825
42 Sanguinetti 35 809
43 Henman 5 800
44 Rusedski 0 800
45 Chela 150 770
46 Acasuso 5 768
47 Youzhny 5 765
48 Rochus C 5 757
49 Wawrinka 35 748
50 Safin 0 730

this is the best I could find hope it helps you
note:Federer has won the Australian open so he will surpass the 7000 point's mark and Bagdhatis will be the new nr°26

Nyl
01-29-2006, 11:33 AM
i mean the ATP race, like federer finished up w/ 12xx points in 2005 n nadal finished at 9xx points... the 6950 points one is the entry system. It doesnt seem like the atp website is showing it on the main page.

Fee
01-29-2006, 11:39 AM
The answer to your question is no, not until after the USO. The ATP has decided to focus on the entry system and will begin promoting the Champions Race later in the year as a 'countdown to the Masters Cup' type of thing. Check Jon Wertheim's Mailbag at SI.com a few weeks ago for the official comment from the ATP about it.

Noelle
01-29-2006, 09:57 PM
I for one am happy that the Champions Race isn't receiving as much attention as it used to. This leads to a lesser likelihood that Yahoo! News and other clueless entities will report "Federer seeks to regain No. 1 ranking" like they did after he fell behind in the Race early last year. :lol:

= marios =
01-29-2006, 10:05 PM
If Federer maintains his #1 ranking throughout the year and January 2007 he will have surpassed Jimmy Connors' record for most consecutive weeks at #1.

It looks like it's going to happen.

opiate
01-29-2006, 10:11 PM
There's a hell of a lot of points to defend, that Mr Roger Federer...