I believe with Rafa's withdrawal (i.e., playing no matches) and Fed winning would put Fed at #1 by maybe 100 points. The adding and dropping of points is beyond my understanding!

http://www.atpworldtour.com/News/Tennis/2009/06/Shark-Bites-Battle-For-No-1.aspx Code: Round Projected - Points After Wimbledon Player/Round Nadal Federer Murray Djokovic R128 10745 9230 8740 7900 R64 10780 9265 8775 7935 R32 10825 9310 8820 7980 R16 10915 9400 8910 8070 QF 11095 9580 9090 8250 SF 11455 9940 9450 8610 F 11935 10420 9930 9090 W 12735 11220 10730 9890 If Murray wins he is 15 points away from being number one. Actually I'm not sure, since he didnt even play the first round I don't think he even gets those 10 points. So Murray would be just five points from #1 if he won wimbledon. Federer has to win to get the number one ranking.

I think if Federer wins then he would gain 600 points since he has 1400 from last year. So Federers 10,620(Current)+600(if he wins)= 11,220 Nadal will be 12,735(Current)-2000(Withdrawing from Wimbledon)=10,735 So I believe Federer would be ahead by 485 points if he wins Wimbledon.

Fed needs to play his game to win Wimby. That's it. If he plays his game, I don't see anybody beating him. Not even Murray.

Whoa! If Djokovic beats Federer in the semis and Murray in the final, they'll all be less than 100 points away from each other.