Most knowledgable tennis fans know that the calendar year ATP race standings are not a true representation of the rankings when you can have barely known players in the top 10 in January. Yet the popular media seems to only show the calendar year standings as opposed to the 52-week rolling ATP entry standings. The 2005 standings have Hewitt at 7th as opposed to 2nd in the entry standings. Agassi is 12th as opposed to 6th in the entry standings. When they show the rankings before Wimbeldon there are many clay courters in the top ten who are going to drop way down and never acheive that kind of ranking again until the next clay season. Maybe the media decided that two rankings is confusing and decided to focus on one. The ATP needs to learn from the WTA and have just one system.