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Current Race standings for WTF – London. From Jenny. Thanks.

Posted by tennisplanet on October 5, 2010


Current Race standings for WTF – London.

Source ATP site:

“The Final Stretch – Only the Top 8 Qualify
1 Rafael Nadal
Top seed this week in Tokyo 10,860
2 Roger Federer
Back in action next week in Shanghai 6,025
3 Novak Djokovic
Bidding for title defence in Beijing 4,825
4 Andy Murray
Beijing debut – first event since US Open 4,045
5 Robin Soderling
On course for return to The O2 3,975
6 Tomas Berdych
Eyeing first Top 10 finish 3,535
7 Andy Roddick
Looking to qualify for eighth straight year 3,170
8 Fernando Verdasco
Qualified for first time in 2009 3,140
9 David Ferrer
Finalist at 2007 circuit finale 3,000
10 Mikhail Youzhny
Captured Kuala Lumpur title last week 2,615
11 Jurgen Melzer
Qualified in doubles w/ Petzschner 2,220
12 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Defending Tokyo champ returns 2,075
13 Nicolas Almagro
Eclipsed 40-match wins for first time 2,060
14 Marin Cilic
Made stellar 15-1 start to 2010 campaign 2,035
15 Mardy Fish
Back in Top 20 after terrific summer 1,946
16 Marcos Baghdatis
QF or better in 5 of past 7 events 1,670 “


8 Responses to “Current Race standings for WTF – London. From Jenny. Thanks.”

  1. Jenny said

    Rafa and Roger have qualified.

  2. M said

    Wow – thank you, Jenny.
    It’s so interesting to see how many tournament defending champions are in a tight race.

    (I also have to second Sol in her statement that the ATP ought to pay you a salary for all the stats and promotional work. 😛 )

  3. Mardn said

    How cool would it be if Melzer also qualifies for singles ?
    But I’m not really seeing this happening 🙂

  4. Jill said

    Come on Ferrer, you can do it, I want to see you at the O2!

  5. Manal Ismail said

    Battle of “the best of the best” eh? wow!

  6. Raj said

    Jenny, you missed Davydenko. He is in the mix.

    • Jenny said

      I only copied and pasted the above from the ATP site, Raj. I too thought Davydenko would have been there, but the ATP aren’t showing him in the Race, infact I did a double take. He is currently world #6 with 3,945 points. I did question the ATP about David Ferrer’s #11 world ranking, we all thought he should have been #10 or #9 given his results. They did reply in full, it’s all a very complicated affair, none of his recent points were added. It seems they are correct. My head is still spinning with the complexity of it all, [see rankings thread here]

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