All the figures below are based on main draws of ATP tour only – challengers and lower tier events are not included. Qualification matches also not included.
All the data below is based on 64 ATP tournaments + Davis Cup. Total matches taken into account – 2688
Ranking is based on the following point values:
Updated 11-26-2014 at 04:15 AM by mick1303
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I write this last entry from the comfort of home. It has been a few days since I arrived from Kurdistan, and I haven’t thought about it during this time. But now I must.
Kurdistan remains a mystery to me. Due to all the security concerns we had while in the area I can’t say that I got to know it. We were locked in a bit too much, so what I end up with is not what I knew, but rather what I felt.
Hardship can make you stronger, if you make it through it. I say may because I am not a
The day to start returning arrives. The lads celebrate that two of us will be free soon by simply drowning any last sense of civility and culture in pints and pints of lager (“lohg'r”, as my Scot buddy says). That means that next morning I wake up, slightly hung over but ready to begin my journey.
We travel back to Suly, on the same potholed, two lane road, which guarantees that we will see our death close up on a few occasions. The driver does not disappoint in that aspect, and two hours
I get fed up with life in camp and I get an excuse to leave for one day. Destination: Kalar, the city where the whole visa issue was done.
We travel early in the morning and get there in time to do what we have come for, and then have some time off. So we decide to hit the market.
You have never been shopping unless you have been in an Arabic Souq (market). The one in Kalar does not disappoint. It is small, crowded, with waters from who- knows- where flowing through it. It is, like