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Total points to defend next year. From Claire. Thanks.

Posted by tennisplanet on October 24, 2010


I know I’m jumping the gun but here are the total points to defend next year(I assumed they would have the same results at remaining tournaments)

Nadal – 11,640
Federer – 7,185
Djokovic – 6,765
Murray – 6,125

But then Nadal will go into next season with what 3,000+ points ahead of the pack!



8 Responses to “Total points to defend next year. From Claire. Thanks.”

  1. claire said

    Kinda silly of me – the points they have to defend are the ranking points they basically have now! Oh well,I think I need some brain surgery!

  2. jennifur said

    thanx claire … + fed will hv ao to defend + rafa quarters???? once clay hits tho … shoe on other foot. i mean rafas feet!!! lol

  3. mircea said

    If Federer wins AO, and Rafa falters, it will be tough for Rafa to maintain the # 1 ranking. Come to think of it, they might both become # 1 on 3 separate occasions. Pretty cool for tennis.

  4. Jenny said

    Ranking as from 25.10.10

    1 Nadal, Rafael (ESP) 11,880
    2 Federer, Roger (SUI) 7,495
    3 Djokovic, Novak (SRB) 7,145
    4 Murray, Andy (GBR) 6,125
    5 Soderling, Robin (SWE) 4,780
    6 Berdych, Tomas (CZE) 3,715
    7 Verdasco, Fernando (ESP) 3,330
    8 Ferrer, David (ESP) 3,325
    9 Roddick, Andy (USA) 3,260
    10 Youzhny, Mikhail (RUS) 3,105

    Race to London WTF as at 25.10.10

    Only the Top 8 Qualify
    1 Rafael Nadal
    Playing in Paris next 11,450
    2 Roger Federer
    Won 64th career title in Stockholm 6,785
    3 Novak Djokovic
    Lost to Federer in Shanghai semis 5,525
    4 Andy Murray
    Def. Federer to win Shanghai title 5,135
    5 Robin Soderling
    Fifth player to qualify 4,200
    —————————————— Above qualified
    6 Tomas Berdych
    Lost first up in Stockholm to Nieminen 3,665
    7 David Ferrer
    Up one spot after Shanghai QF 3,325
    8 Andy Roddick
    Slipped to 8th after Shanghai exit 3,305
    9 Fernando Verdasco
    Shanghai loss ended winless Asian run 3,150
    10 Mikhail Youzhny
    Top seed this week in St. Petersburg 2,805
    11 Jurgen Melzer
    Returns as defending champion in Vienna 2,400
    12 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
    Featuring in Montpellier this week 2,255
    13 Marin Cilic
    Eyes second straight trip to Vienna final 2,150
    14 Nicolas Almagro
    Looking to rebound in Vienna 2,130
    15 Mardy Fish
    Forced out of Shanghai (ankle) 1,991
    16 Ivan Ljubicic
    Closing in on 400 career match wins 1,850

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