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  1. #4471

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    October 29, 2018

    Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova Secure 2018 WTA Year-End World No.1 Doubles Ranking presented by Dubai Duty Free

    Czech pairing become sixth team to hold the year-end No.1 doubles ranking
    Co-World No.1s claimed back-to-back Grand Slam doubles titles at Roland Garros and Wimbledon
    Secured ranking milestone by reaching title match at the 2018 BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global



    ST. PETERSBURG, FL, USA - The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) announced today that the doubles team of Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova have earned the 2018 WTA Year-End World No.1 Doubles Ranking presented by Dubai Duty Free.

    By reaching the final at the 2018 BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global, the all-Czech pairing became the sixth team in the history of the WTA to finish the year as Co-World No.1s, following Lisa Raymond/Samantha Stosur (2006), Cara Black/Liezel Huber (2007-09), Sara Errani/Roberta Vinci (2013-14), Martina Hingis/Sania Mirza (2015) and Latisha Chan/Martina Hingis (2017).

    Krejcikova and Siniakova first earned the No.1 doubles ranking on October 22, 2018, entering the 2018 WTA Finals Singapore as the top seeds. They became the 40th and 41st women to sit atop the doubles rankings since WTA Rankings were introduced in 1975, also becoming the 14th pair to hold the co-No.1 status.

    “Dubai Duty Free is pleased to congratulate Barbora and Katerina on earning the 2018 WTA Year End No.1 doubles ranking," said Colm McLoughlin, Executive Vice Chairman & CEO, Dubai Duty Free. “We are honored to present the Year-End No.1 trophy to Barbora and Katerina which highlights their outstanding 2018 on court accomplishments, and we look forward to welcoming them both at the 2019 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.”

    Krejcikova and Siniakova clinched their first two Grand Slam doubles titles at Roland Garros and Wimbledon this year, becoming the first team to lift both trophies in the same year in 15 years (Kim Clijsters and Ai Sugiyama achieved this feat in 2003). Having also won the junior Wimbledon doubles title in 2013, they became the first team to ever win both the girls’ and ladies’ doubles title at the All England Club.

    They reached an additional three doubles finals this season, at the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global, the Shenzhen Open and the Miami Open presented by Itaú. The team was also voted WTA’s 2018 WTA Doubles Team of the Year by international media.

    “Katerina and I are honored to be the year-end World No.1 doubles team,” said Krejcikova. “We’ve worked hard all season and to finish the year as the top doubles team is an amazing feeling.”

    Siniakova added, “Becoming No.1 and winning a Grand Slam this year was our goal and ending the year as the No.1 team is a great accomplishment. I’m proud of all that Barbora and I have achieved this season.”
    
    The WTA Year-End No.1 doubles trophy was presented to Krejcikova and Siniakova by Ramesh Cidambi, Chief Operating Officer of Dubai Duty Free and WTA President, Micky Lawler at the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global.

    To watch highlights of the team's accomplishments this season, click here.

  2. #4472

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    2 November 2018

    MARACH & PAVIC CLINCH YEAR-END NO. 1 ATP DOUBLES TEAM RANKING

    LONDON — Austria’s Oliver Marach and Croatia’s Mate Pavic have clinched the year-end No. 1 ATP Doubles Team Ranking for the first time as a result of Friday's play at the Rolex Paris Masters, the final event of the regular ATP World Tour season.



    "It’s been an unbelievable year," said Marach. "Winning three tournaments in a row, and coming close in a fourth final, was incredible. We played solid tennis throughout the year, reached another Grand Slam final at Roland Garros and now, here again in Paris, we’re in the semi-finals. We’re very happy. "

    Pavic said, "We had a great year and a good start. Overall, we lost two or three first rounds, with lots of quarter-finals and semi-finals. We’re extremely happy to finish the year at No. 1 and we’re looking forward to finishing strongly this week, and also [at the Nitto ATP Finals] in London."

    Marach and Pavic have captured four doubles titles in 2018. They opened the year by lifting three consecutive trophies at the Qatar ExxonMobil Open in Doha (d. Murray/Soares), the ASB Classic in Auckland (d. Mirnyi/Oswald) and their first Grand Slam championship at the Australian Open (d. Cabal/Farah). Their 17-match winning streak to start 2018 came to an end on 18 February with a runner-up finish at the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam (l. to Herbert/Mahut), one of three ATP World Tour 500-level final appearances this season.

    The players captured their fourth team crown of 2018 at the Banque Eric Sturdza Geneva Open (d. Dodig/Ram) in May. In addition to their runner-up finish in Rotterdam, Marach and Pavic contested their third Grand Slam final at Roland Garros (l. to Herbert/Mahut) in June, the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters (l. to Bryan/Bryan), an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament in April, plus the German Tennis Championships 2018 presented by Kampmann (l. to Peralta/Zeballos) and the China Open in Beijing (l. to Kubot/Melo).

    Chris Kermode, the ATP Executive Chairman & President, said, "To finish the season as the year-end No.1 team is the ultimate accolade, a reflection of excellence and consistency throughout a gruelling doubles season that covers 67 tournaments across 31 countries. From January to November, it’s the prize that all teams are chasing, and Oliver and Mate should be hugely proud of their achievements. On behalf of the ATP, many congratulations on a remarkable season."

    Marach, 38, is the oldest member of a year-end No. 1 doubles team since 38-year-old Sherwood Stewart in 1984. The 25-year-old Pavic is the youngest member of a year-end No. 1 doubles team since Todd Woodbridge, 24, in 1995. They are the first Austrian and first Croatian to finish No. 1 in any of the ATP Rankings respectively (singles, doubles, team).

    Together, Marach and Pavic have compiled a 5-8 record in tour-level finals and were the first team to qualify for the 2018 Nitto ATP Finals, to be held at The O2 in London from 11-18 November. In 2017, the Austrian-Croatian tandem went 1-3 in title matches, including a runner-up finish at Wimbledon (l. to Kubot/Melo).

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    About The ATP

    The ATP is the governing body of the men's professional tennis circuits - the ATP World Tour, the ATP Challenger Tour and the ATP Champions Tour. With 64 tournaments in 31 countries, the ATP World Tour showcases the finest male athletes competing in the world’s most exciting venues. From Australia to Europe and the Americas to Asia, the stars of the 2018 ATP World Tour will battle for prestigious titles and ATP Rankings points at ATP World Tour Masters 1000, 500 and 250 events, as well as Grand Slams (non ATP events). At the end of the season only the world’s top 8 qualified singles players and doubles teams will qualify to compete for the last title of the season at the Nitto ATP Finals. Held at The O2 in London, the event will officially crown the 2018 ATP World Tour No. 1.
    For more information, please visit www.ATPWorldTour.com.

  3. #4473

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    I wasn't sure if this should go here or in the 2018 Predictions thread. Is there a 2019 predictions thread yet? If so I can put this there.

    Chad
    ‏@CCSMOOTH13

    This is quite the group breathing down the necks of the current Top 10. Curious to see if they can build on this and get into the Top 10 next year. If so, who would they be replacing?

    "Even if you dance for your enemy on the rock, he will accuse you of splashing water on him." ~ African Proverb




  4. #4474

    Re: Talk about Rankings (TAR :))

    Nick Nemeroff
    ‏@NNemeroff

    ATP Top 3 on November 5, 2008:

    1. Rafael Nadal
    2. Roger Federer
    3. Novak Djokovic

    ATP Top 3 on November 5, 2018:

    1. Novak Djokovic
    2. Rafael Nadal
    3. Roger Federer
    "Even if you dance for your enemy on the rock, he will accuse you of splashing water on him." ~ African Proverb




  5. #4475

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    Official 2018 WTA Year-End Ranking (Nov 5, 2018)

    RANK NAME TOURN PRIOR RANK

    1 (1) HALEP, SIMONA ROU 6921 17 100 1
    2 (2) KERBER, ANGELIQUE GER 5875 19 105 55
    3 (3) WOZNIACKI, CAROLINE DEN 5586 19 60 1
    4 (4) SVITOLINA, ELINA UKR 5350 19 100 100
    5 (5) OSAKA, NAOMI JPN 5115 20 55 30
    6 (6) STEPHENS, SLOANE USA 5023 20 1 1
    7 (7) KVITOVA, PETRA CZE 4630 21 105 100
    8 (8) PLISKOVA, KAROLINA CZE 4465 23 100 100
    9 (9) BERTENS, KIKI NED 4335 25 55 30
    10 (10) KASATKINA, DARIA RUS 3415 25 160 100 60

    11 (12) SABALENKA, ARYNA BLR 3245 27 160 105 60
    12 (11) SEVASTOVA, ANASTASIJA LAT 3240 23 160 160 105
    13 (13) MERTENS, ELISE BEL 3165 23 160 60 60
    14 (14) GOERGES, JULIA GER 3055 24 160 160 100
    15 (19) BARTY, ASHLEIGH AUS 2985 21 620 100 55
    16 (15) WILLIAMS, SERENA USA 2976 10
    17 (16) KEYS, MADISON USA 2976 17 160 1 1
    18 (17) MUGURUZA, GARBIÑE ESP 2910 23 240 100 55
    19 (18) GARCIA, CAROLINE FRA 2660 23 160 100 100
    20 (22) WANG, QIANG CHN 2485 24 360 1 55 30

    21 (20) KONTAVEIT, ANETT EST 2480 24 160 55 55
    22 (21) OSTAPENKO, JELENA LAT 2362 22 1 1
    23 (23) SUÁREZ NAVARRO, CARLA ESP 2153 21 1 1
    24 (24) BUZARNESCU, MIHAELA ROU 1860 28 85 100 85
    25 (25) CIBULKOVA, DOMINIKA SVK 1805 20 55 30
    26 (26) GIORGI, CAMILA ITA 1800 21 20 13
    27 (27) TSURENKO, LESIA UKR 1755 20 25 1
    28 (28) HSIEH, SU-WEI TPE 1720 27 95 55 15
    29 (29) SHARAPOVA, MARIA RUS 1602 13
    30 (30) SASNOVICH, ALIAKSANDRA BLR 1570 21 30 1

    31 (31) SINIAKOVA, KATERINA CZE 1492 24 12 1
    32 (32) MARTIC, PETRA CRO 1465 20 55 30
    33 (33) STRYCOVA, BARBORA CZE 1460 23 55 1
    34 (34) VEKIC, DONNA CRO 1455 25 60 30
    35 (36) ZHANG, SHUAI CHN 1390 28 80 140 60 60
    36 (35) COLLINS, DANIELLE USA 1354 24 29 15
    37 (39) BENCIC, BELINDA SUI 1336 21 42 160 1 1
    38 (37) GAVRILOVA, DARIA AUS 1335 23 55 55
    39 (38) KONTA, JOHANNA GBR 1300 24 55 55
    40 (40) WILLIAMS, VENUS USA 1206 12

    41 (41) SAKKARI, MARIA GRE 1164 26 1 1
    42 (42) PAVLYUCHENKOVA, ANASTASIA RUS 1160 22 55 30
    43 (43) TOMLJANOVIC, AJLA AUS 1157 27 70 57 55
    44 (44) MLADENOVIC, KRISTINA FRA 1155 27 30 1
    45 (45) PUTINTSEVA, YULIA KAZ 1145 24 20 1
    46 (47) ZHENG, SAISAI CHN 1139 24 29 29 18
    47 (46) CORNET, ALIZÉ FRA 1130 27 15 55 55
    48 (49) FLIPKENS, KIRSTEN BEL 1058 25 30 30
    49 (50) RYBARIKOVA, MAGDALENA SVK 1056 22 1 1
    50 (51) VAN UYTVANCK, ALISON BEL 1055 25 30 18


    51 (52) AZARENKA, VICTORIA BLR 1051 12
    52 (48) KENIN, SOFIA USA 1051 27 42 20 18
    53 (53) PUIG, MONICA PUR 1010 19 2 1
    54 (54) PARMENTIER, PAULINE FRA 1009 28 57 8 2
    55 (55) PETERSON, REBECCA SWE 997 19 42 2 1
    56 (56) KUZMOVA, VIKTORIA SVK 987 28 1 25 15
    57 (57) KRUNIC, ALEKSANDRA SRB 985 23 30 30
    58 (58) KANEPI, KAIA EST 984 18 79 25 18
    59 (59) MAKAROVA, EKATERINA RUS 972 21 1 1
    60 (60) YASTREMSKA, DAYANA UKR 967 21 13 13

    61 (61) BABOS, TIMEA HUN 945 26 30 1
    62 (62) JABEUR, ONS TUN 943 26 2 2
    63 (63) RISKE, ALISON USA 922 25 2 2
    64 (64) PETKOVIC, ANDREA GER 899 23 13 1
    65 (65) LAPKO, VERA BLR 896 26 20 20
    66 (66) BEGU, IRINA-CAMELIA ROU 872 25 1 1
    67 (67) VONDROUSOVA, MARKETA CZE 835 20 1 1
    68 (68) PERA, BERNARDA USA 834 25 19 13 13
    69 (73) JAKUPOVIC, DALILA SLO 829 31 57 1 20 18
    70 (69) ZIDANSEK, TAMARA SLO 814 27 80 20 20

    71 (71) BOGDAN, ANA ROU 803 24 57 20 13
    72 (72) STOSUR, SAMANTHA AUS 800 26 25 18
    73 (83) WANG, YAFAN CHN 795 26 80 1 13 13
    74 (70) TOWNSEND, TAYLOR USA 787 19 115 1 1
    75 (74) RADWANSKA, AGNIESZKA POL 778 17 1 1
    76 (75) LARSSON, JOHANNA SWE 778 27 20 20
    77 (76) SCHMIEDLOVA, ANNA KAROLINA SVK 765 29 21 21 15
    78 (77) NICULESCU, MONICA ROU 762 23 160 2 1
    79 (78) MARIA, TATJANA GER 758 27 1 1
    80 (103) KUMKHUM, LUKSIKA THA 757 22 160 29 13 13

    81 (79) BARTHEL, MONA GER 756 28 20 20
    82 (80) HERCOG, POLONA SLO 745 22 50 30 20
    83 (81) LINETTE, MAGDA POL 733 28 20 15
    84 (82) ARRUABARRENA, LARA ESP 731 26 1 1
    85 (84) VOEGELE, STEFANIE SUI 727 28 10 13 13
    86 (85) CIRSTEA, SORANA ROU 712 23 1 1
    87 (86) SORRIBES TORMO, SARA ESP 700 28 20 20
    88 (87) RODINA, EVGENIYA RUS 699 35 15 9 9
    89 (88) BOUCHARD, EUGENIE CAN 692 19 1 1
    90 (89) BRENGLE, MADISON USA 676 25 10 13 13

    91 (90) DIYAS, ZARINA KAZ 675 23 20 20
    92 (91) GOLUBIC, VIKTORIJA SUI 675 25 57 20 13
    93 (92) ALEXANDROVA, EKATERINA RUS 672 25 29 1 1
    94 (94) POTAPOVA, ANASTASIA RUS 656 15
    95 (93) ANISIMOVA, AMANDA USA 651 12 1
    96 (96) VICKERY, SACHIA USA 651 26 1 13 2
    97 (97) PLISKOVA, KRISTYNA CZE 643 26 18 13
    98 (98) BLINKOVA, ANNA RUS 639 28 38 18 18
    99 (104) KOZLOVA, KATERYNA UKR 637 26 48 13 2
    100 (95) BOULTER, KATIE GBR 633 27 1 9


    Full list http://wtafiles.wtatennis.com/pdf/ra...es_Numeric.pdf
    "Even if you dance for your enemy on the rock, he will accuse you of splashing water on him." ~ African Proverb




  6. #4476

    Re: Talk about Rankings (TAR :))

    WTA Insider
    ‏Verified account
    @WTA_insider

    2018 @WTA Year-End Top 10 (Rank at start of season):

    1. @Simona_Halep (1)
    2. @AngeliqueKerber (21)
    3. @CaroWozniacki (3)
    4. @ElinaSvitolina (6)
    5. @Naomi_Osaka_ (68)
    6. @SloaneStephens (13)
    7. @Petra_Kvitova (29)
    8. @KaPliskova (4)
    9. @kikibertens (31)
    10. @DKasatkina (24)
    "Even if you dance for your enemy on the rock, he will accuse you of splashing water on him." ~ African Proverb




  7. #4477

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    WTA Doubles Rankings

    RANK DATE: 5 November 2018

    1 (1) KREJCIKOVA, BARBORA 7775 19 CZE 120 120
    1 (1) SINIAKOVA, KATERINA 7775 17 CZE 120 120
    3 (3) BABOS, TIMEA 7765 17 HUN 190 190
    3 (3) MLADENOVIC, KRISTINA 7765 16 FRA 190 190
    5 (5) STRYCOVA, BARBORA 6535 21 CZE 240 240
    6 (6) MAKAROVA, EKATERINA 6205 14 RUS 185 130
    7 (7) BARTY, ASHLEIGH 6101 12 AUS 1 1
    8 (8) SCHUURS, DEMI 5925 23 NED 280 280
    9 (9) SESTINI HLAVACKOVA, ANDREA 5840 24 CZE 240 240
    10 (10) DABROWSKI, GABRIELA 5085 21 CAN 190 185

    11 (11) MERTENS, ELISE 4455 16 BEL 240 120
    12 (12) XU, YIFAN 4370 18 CHN 185 185
    13 (13) PESCHKE, KVETA 4245 24 CZE 190 185
    14 (14) VANDEWEGHE, COCO 4097 10 USA
    15 (15) MELICHAR, NICOLE 3960 25 USA 185 120
    16 (16) VESNINA, ELENA 3725 7 RUS
    17 (17) HSIEH, SU-WEI 3705 20 TPE 120 105
    18 (18) KLEPAC, ANDREJA 3690 21 SLO 215 190
    18 (18) MARTINEZ SANCHEZ, MARIA JOSE 3690 21 ESP 215 190
    20 (20) NINOMIYA, MAKOTO 2930 25 50 JPN 60 50

    21 (21) CHAN, LATISHA 2915 17 TPE 120 110
    22 (22) SREBOTNIK, KATARINA 2800 26 SLO 120 110
    23 (23) BEGU, IRINA-CAMELIA 2755 18 ROU 60 10
    24 (24) BUZARNESCU, MIHAELA 2555 25 1 ROU 110 110
    25 (25) CHAN, HAO-CHING 2525 23 TPE 105 105
    26 (26) ATAWO, RAQUEL 2445 23 USA 120 120
    26 (26) GROENEFELD, ANNA-LENA 2445 24 GER 120 120
    28 (28) YANG, ZHAOXUAN 2425 24 85 CHN 105 100
    29 (29) ROSOLSKA, ALICJA 2390 30 POL 90 60
    29 (29) SPEARS, ABIGAIL 2390 27 USA 90 60

    31 (31) HOZUMI, ERI 2299 16 85 JPN 29 15
    32 (32) HRADECKA, LUCIE 2247 11 CZE 1
    33 (33) ZHANG, SHUAI 2130 14 CHN 10 1
    34 (34) FLIPKENS, KIRSTEN 1935 20 BEL 100 60
    35 (35) KICHENOK, LYUDMYLA 1930 26 UKR 100 100
    36 (36) KING, VANIA 1915 14 USA 80 10
    37 (37) KICHENOK, NADIIA 1840 28 UKR 105 105
    38 (38) OSTAPENKO, JELENA 1835 14 LAT 10 10
    39 (39) ARRUABARRENA, LARA 1830 19 ESP 100 100
    40 (40) LARSSON, JOHANNA 1830 18 SWE 100 100

    41 (41) MAROZAVA, LIDZIYA 1780 28 BLR 105 90
    42 (42) AOYAMA, SHUKO 1775 28 85 JPN 100 85
    43 (43) BERTENS, KIKI 1770 15 NED 10 10
    44 (44) OLARU, RALUCA 1740 24 ROU 60 60
    45 (45) KATO, MIYU 1708 22 JPN 48 10
    46 (47) KHROMACHEVA, IRINA 1697 21 57 95 RUS 50 36
    47 (46) JAKUPOVIC, DALILA 1690 30 57 95 SLO 60 60
    48 (48) NICULESCU, MONICA 1660 14 57 ROU 1 1
    49 (49) JURAK, DARIJA 1655 35 CRO 100 60
    50 (50) WATSON, HEATHER 1640 13 GBR 10 1

    51 (51) SAFAROVA, LUCIE 1588 10 CZE
    52 (52) RODIONOVA, ANASTASIA 1555 26 AUS 100 100
    53 (53) CHRISTIAN, KAITLYN 1487 35 1 USA 57 57
    54 (54) KUDRYAVTSEVA, ALLA 1472 20 57 RUS 10 10
    55 (55) PAVLYUCHENKOVA, ANASTASIA 1465 15 RUS 10 10
    56 (56) ZVONAREVA, VERA 1461 14 RUS 1 1
    57 (57) SEVASTOVA, ANASTASIJA 1422 13 LAT 1 1
    58 (58) ADAMCZAK, MONIQUE 1382 34 57 AUS 50 10
    59 (59) DUAN, YINGYING 1379 13 160 CHN 10 1
    60 (60) SANTAMARIA, SABRINA 1379 31 29 USA 50 48

    61 (61) SABALENKA, ARYNA 1310 16 BLR 10 1
    62 (65) MUHAMMAD, ASIA 1260 19 115 48 USA 80 48
    63 (62) PENG, SHUAI 1239 9 CHN
    64 (78) KUDERMETOVA, VERONIKA 1237 24 160 57 RUS 50 29
    65 (63) MATTEK-SANDS, BETHANIE 1232 12 USA 1 1
    66 (64) KRUNIC, ALEKSANDRA 1230 15 SRB 10 10
    67 (69) KRAWCZYK, DESIRAE 1230 26 70 29 USA 30 29
    68 (68) HIBINO, NAO 1212 19 29 JPN 29 15
    69 (66) STOSUR, SAMANTHA 1210 5 AUS
    70 (67) MOORE, JESSICA 1210 27 29 AUS 50 50

    71 (70) KNOLL, XENIA 1175 26 1 SUI 60 57
    72 (71) STOJANOVIC, NINA 1168 20 30 140 SRB 48 30
    73 (72) VOSKOBOEVA, GALINA 1135 19 KAZ 60 25
    74 (73) HAN, XINYUN 1132 20 CHN 30 18
    75 (75) BRADY, JENNIFER 1131 7 USA
    76 (76) KALASHNIKOVA, OKSANA 1120 31 29 GEO 50 29
    77 (77) BARA, IRINA 1107 19 9 ROU 15 10
    78 (74) GUARACHI, ALEXA 1092 22 CHI 40 29
    79 (79) WANG, YAFAN 1079 15 160 CHN 10 10
    80 (80) SIEGEMUND, LAURA 1075 4 GER

    81 (81) BONDARENKO, KATERYNA 1056 12 UKR 1 1
    82 (84) STOLLAR, FANNY 1056 20 42 1 HUN 9 1
    83 (82) BROADY, NAOMI 1054 20 29 57 GBR 42 29
    84 (83) SORRIBES TORMO, SARA 1048 12 ESP 1 1
    85 (86) OLMOS, GIULIANA 1017 27 70 29 MEX 42 30
    86 (96) SCHOOFS, BIBIANE 985 19 95 NED 40 1
    87 (85) MARIA, TATJANA 984 10 GER
    88 (91) PEREZ, ELLEN 970 22 80 29 AUS 50 48
    89 (93) SANCHEZ, MARIA 970 23 80 21 USA 30 21
    90 (87) KERKHOVE, LESLEY 967 15 30 NED 30 25

    91 (88) PANOVA, ALEXANDRA 963 12 RUS 1 1
    92 (89) PARRA SANTONJA, ARANTXA 962 12 ESP 1 1
    93 (90) BACSINSZKY, TIMEA 962 7 SUI
    94 (100) DZALAMIDZE, NATELA 945 27 160 1 RUS 50 15
    95 (92) CIRSTEA, SORANA 921 8 ROU
    96 (94) RODIONOVA, ARINA 910 23 80 48 AUS 48 25
    97 (95) LAPKO, VERA 900 11 BLR 10
    98 (97) GARCIA PEREZ, GEORGINA 879 15 ESP 1 1
    99 (99) SMITH, ANNA 805 15 GBR 10 10
    100 (101) BLINKOVA, ANNA 792 16 RUS 1 1


    Full List http://wtafiles.wtatennis.com/pdf/ra...es_Numeric.pdf
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  8. #4478

    Re: Talk about Rankings (TAR :))

    Quote Originally Posted by Ti-Amie View Post
    I wasn't sure if this should go here or in the 2018 Predictions thread. Is there a 2019 predictions thread yet? If so I can put this there.

    Chad
    ‏@CCSMOOTH13

    This is quite the group breathing down the necks of the current Top 10. Curious to see if they can build on this and get into the Top 10 next year. If so, who would they be replacing?

    Khachanov for sure; I'm lukewarm on the rest of them at the moment (although Coric def ranks in the top 10 of "dat ass")

    And he'll replace Isner
    Last edited by JTContinental; 11-05-2018 at 02:14 PM.
    I don't deny myself bread. I have bread every day.

  9. #4479

    Re: Talk about Rankings (TAR :))

    I think Khachanov and Coric are on their way up. I wouldn't be surprised to see Edmund, Tsitsipas, and Medvedev all have a sophomore slump.

    Khachanov has the weapons and fire to be a slam contender. Coric has the Djokovic-lite defense to be in the top 5 without ever challenging for slams, but I do think he has the goods. Hopefully he doesn't have a bunch of close losses that ruin him. Lots of hype really lowers your benefit of doubt.

  10. #4480

    Re: Talk about Rankings (TAR :))

    Genny SS
    ‏@genny_ss

    Djokovic's Year-End ranking points (9,045) are the lowest held by a YE #1 since the new system was introduced in 2009. It's also the first time in the last decade that a YE #1 ends up below the 10,000 points mark (previous lowest were Federer's 10,550 YE ranking points in 2009)
    "Even if you dance for your enemy on the rock, he will accuse you of splashing water on him." ~ African Proverb




  11. #4481

    Re: Talk about Rankings (TAR :))

    Genny SS
    ‏@genny_ss

    Year-End #1 ranking points in the last decade (since the new system was introduced in 2009):

    2009 - RF: 10550
    2010 - RN: 12450
    2011 - ND: 13630
    2012 - ND: 12920
    2013 - RN: 13030
    2014 - ND: 11360
    2015 - ND: 16585
    2016 - AM: 12410
    2017 - RN: 10645
    2018 - ND: 9045
    "Even if you dance for your enemy on the rock, he will accuse you of splashing water on him." ~ African Proverb




  12. #4482

    Re: Talk about Rankings (TAR :))

    But you have to consider that Novak got that "lowest" ever year end ranking by playing basically just 2/3's of the year. So he did fine.
    Also: 7 of the top ten players are over 30. Good news to those that are 21: you have a loooooooooong career ahead of you. If you take good care.
    Last edited by ponchi101; Today at 07:54 AM.
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