The top 5 point earners on each surface for 2009

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  1. JennyS

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    Hard:
    1. Djokovic: 6,080
    2. Nadal: 5,925
    3. Del Potro: 5,375
    4. Murray: 5,150
    5. Federer: 5,100


    Clay:
    1. Federer: 3,450
    2. Nadal: 3,430 (counting Davis Cup)
    3. Djokovic: 1,900
    4. Davydenko: 1,705
    5. Soderling: 1,660


    Grass:
    1. Roger Federer: 2,000
    2. Andy Roddick: 1,290
    3. Tommy Haas: 970
    3. Andy Murray: 970
    5. Novak Djokovic: 510
     
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    By my count Nadal earned 5925 points on hard courts this year. And if you include his recent Davis cup points, he collected 3430 points on clay this year.
     
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    I double checked and you're right. I fixed it.
     
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  4. TMF

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    No. The 150 points from DC is not added to Rafa's 2009 atp points. The reason is b/c he played other four ATP World Tour 500(Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Rotterdam, Beijing), each he earned more than 150 points. Only best 4 ATP World Tour 500 are counted, so DC is not included.
     
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    For me clay looks like this... (well I did this at 06-07-2009, so I appreciate Davydenko earned more since then)


    1. Federer = 3450 points from four tournaments
    2000 (RG) + 1000 (Madrid) + 360 (Rome) + 90 (Monte-Carlo)

    2. Nadal = 3360 points from six tournaments
    180 (RG) + 600 (Madrid) + 1000 (Rome) + 500 (Barcelona) + 1000 (Monte-Carlo) + 80 (Davis Cup)

    3. Djokovic = 1900 points from five tournaments
    90 (RG) + 360 (Madrid) + 250 (Belgrade) + 600 (Rome) + 600 (Monte-Carlo)

    4. Gonzalez 1510 = points from four tournaments
    720 (RG) + 360 (Rome) + 180 (Barcelona) + 250 (Vina del Mar)

    5. Soderling = 1470 points from six tournaments
    1200 (RG) + 45 (Madrid) + 90 (Rome) + 20 (Barcelona) + 10 (Monte-Carlo) + 105 (World Team Championship)

    6. Del Potro = 1270 points from four tournaments
    720 (RG) + 360 (Madrid) + 180 (Rome) + 10 (Monte-Carlo)

    7. Robredo = 1175 points from seven tournaments
    360 (RG) + 90 (Madrid) + 90 (Rome) + 90 (Barcelona) + 45 (Monte-Carlo) + 250 (Buenos Aires) + 250 (Costa Do Sauipe)

    8=. Murray = 910 points from four tournaments
    360 (RG) + 180 (Madrid) + 10 (Rome) + 360 (Monte-Carlo)

    8=. Davydenko = 910 points from six tournaments
    360 (RG) + 90 (Madrid) + 10 (Rome) + 180 (Barcelona) + 90 (Estoril) + 180 (Monte-Carlo)

    10. Verdasco = 810 points from five tournaments
    180 (RG) + 180 (Madrid) + 180 (Rome) + 90 (Barcelona) + 180 (Monte-Carlo)
     
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