ATP ATP Tour - 2019

PonsfordMagpie

Norm Smith Medallist
Oct 3, 2013
5,502
9,813
AFL Club
Collingwood
Other Teams
Chelsea
Results so far:

Week of December 31

Qatar Open (250) - Roberto Bautista Agut defeated Tomas Berdych 6-4 3-6 6-3.
Brisbane International (250) - Kei Nishikori defeated Daniil Medvedev 6-4 3-6 6-2.
Maharashtra Open (250) - Kevin Anderson defeated Ivo Karlovic 7-6 6-7 7-6.

Week of January 7

Sydney International (250) - Alex de Minaur defeated Andreas Seppi 7-5 7-6.
Auckland Open (250) - Tennys Sandgren defeated Cameron Norrie 6-4 6-2.
 

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Wolfs

Norm Smith Medallist
Feb 10, 2016
7,252
3,758
AFL Club
GWS
Other Teams
Memphis Grizzlies, Hertha Berlin
ATP Top 50


1. Djokovic - 10955
2. Nadal - 8320
3. Zverev - 6475 (+1)
4. Del Potro - 5060 (+1)
5. Anderson - 4845 (+1)
6. Federer - 4600 (-3)
7. Nishikori - 4110 (+2)
8. Thiem - 3960
9. Isner - 3155 (+1)
10. Cilic - 3140 (-3)

11. Khachanov - 2800
12. Tsitsipas - 2805 (+3)
13. Coric - 2605 (-1)
14. Raonic - 2250 (+3)
15. Fognini - 2225 (-2)
16. Medvedev - 2000 (+3)
17. Pouille - 1955 (+14)
18. Bautista Agut - 1966 (+6)
19. Cecchinato - 1870 (-1)
20. Schwartzman - 1835 (-4)

21. Goffin - 1830 (+1)
22. Basilashvili - 1820 (-2)
23. Carreno Busta - 1705
24. Dimitrov - 1610 (-3)
25. Shapovalov - 1485 (+2)
26. Verdasco - 1455 (+2)
27. Gasquet - 1445 (-1)
28. de Minaur - 1443 (+1)
29. Edmund - 1440 (-15)
30. Tiafoe - 1430 (+9)

31. Simon - 1280 (-1)
32. Kohlschreiber - 1250
33. Monfils - 1195
34. Johnson - 1190
35. Chardy - 1155 (+1)
36. Millman - 1108 (+1)
37. Seppi - 1080 (-2)
38. Klizan - 1066 (+2)
39. Sousa - 1062 (+5)
40. Fritz - 1038 (+10)

41. Jarry - 1015 (+4)
42. Lajovic - 1010 (+4)
43. Jaziri - 1007
44. Herbert - 983 (+11)
45. Ebden - 981 (+3)
46. Mannarino - 965 (-4)
47. Fucsovicx - 959 (-9)
48. Querrey - 940 (+1)
49. Mayer - 920 (+4)
50. Chung - 910 (-25)


Others:

Wawrinka (+2) - 57
Thompson (+11) - 61
Kyrgios (-15) - 67
Daniel (+13) - 69
Krajinovic (+21) - 72
Sandgren (-34) - 75
Berdych (-22) - 79
Fabbiano (+17) - 85
Tomic (-2) - 86
Pospisil (-14) - 88
Harrison (-11) - 94
Rublev (-13) - 100
 

Sempfy

Team Captain
Jun 18, 2011
340
212
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
How did Federer drop below guys that didn't even compete at this tournament? (Del Potro) Also fell behind Anderson who got bundled out earlier in the tournament. How does that work?
 

pepsi

Brownlow Medallist
Feb 4, 2008
11,068
11,239
AFL Club
Essendon
Other Teams
Man Utd, Atlanta Hawks
How did Federer drop below guys that didn't even compete at this tournament? (Del Potro) Also fell behind Anderson who got bundled out earlier in the tournament. How does that work?
Tennis rankings work on a 12 month rolling period. So today's ranking are from all the points you accumulated over the past 12 months.

Federer gained 2000 points from winning the Australian open last year, but those points have dropped from his tally as it was over 12 months ago. Federer gained 360 points from his quarter final this year. So it's a net loss of 1440 points to his tally, hence the drop in the rankings.

Hope I've explained that well enough.
 

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JackNah_8

Hall of Famer
Jan 15, 2012
39,901
36,673
AFL Club
Richmond
Tsitsipas did well at his second Australian Open appearance, making the semis.


I was disappointed with Khachanov, Id expected him to perform better here especially after challenging Nadal at the US Open and winning the Masters last year.
 

red+black

Cancelled
Jul 12, 2001
37,628
5,446
AFL Club
Gold Coast
AU: Djokovic
FR: Nadal / Djokovic
WC: ???
US: Djokovic / Nadal

I don’t see much change this year. Someone new could win Wimbledon, and maybe someone new has an outside chance at the US. But for the most part, 2019 looks to be business as usual.

Roger 20, Rafa 18, Novak 16 (at least)
 

Roobs321

Norm Smith Medallist
Apr 28, 2008
8,079
5,202
AFL Club
West Coast
Other Teams
Arsenal Sydney Swans GWS CBR United
Djokovic is one of my favourite active players, so I'd be up for a year of domination. Medvedev has steadily become my fave of the younger bunch, interested to see how he performs at IW/Miami.

Wouldn't mind seeing RBA finally crack the top 10 at some point this season.

As long as we don't get more straight set final losses from the late 80s/early 90s crowd. If those guys are going to make it again, then turn up for the final and win it or lose an epic.
 

Abba Lonie

Brownlow Medallist
Oct 7, 2002
10,550
7,869
AFL Club
Collingwood
Other Teams
NUFC, BHN, OKC
I hope the season is interesting this year, I don't want to see the same top 2 players dominating again.
Not sure we'll avoid it unless either/both sustain significant injuries, which is obviously the less desired outcome!
 

LukeParkerno1

Premium Platinum
Sep 23, 2005
108,353
40,821
AFL Club
Sydney
Other Teams
Sydney Swans
I hope the season is interesting this year, I don't want to see the same top 2 players dominating again.
At least you might see some other guys challenging within 18 months. This might be the last year of the real dominance for Djokovic and Nadal. You'd expect them to split the Grand Slams in 2018, only injury would tell me otherwise. However in 12 months you will have Tisipas and a few others like Coric challenging. Think Coric may break out at the US Open and make a huge run (just a gut feel)
 

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