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And to think that Baghdatis' last five tournaments recently, he's been hacking around in Challengers in Asia. Though he did win one of them. Surely he must have better things to do with his life than that. He can't be short of a Euro.I thought tsitsipas was like bagdatis not do much after the oz open guess I was wrong
Zverev already dropped to #5 after Thiem made the SF. Tsitsipas could/should overtake him soon depending on upcoming results. Needs to make up 1000 points, 400 of which are on offer if he can beat Djokovic.Zverev drops 800 points after this week so not sure he'll maintain a top 4 ranking.
Question: who will be the next men’s #1, and when? If Djokovic beats Tsitsipas and then opens up his gap to Nadal (~4000) who won at Rome and Roland Garros last year, I struggle to pinpoint when Djokovic will be dethroned.Tsitsipas seems like the next number 1 out of the young guys. Can play on hard courts and now showing he has the game for the dirt as well.
Monte Carlo I'd say. Conditions most similar to the French with very slow, high bouncing courts, and I'd say it's the only other clay tournament where the top contenders go all out for the win. Madrid and Rome occasionally see top players skip/lose early to rest and prepare for the french. And obviously barca is a 500 so not a top quality field.Certainly Madrid is not the best predictor of French open champions in the same year. I wonder which of the clay court tournaments has the most number of people winning the tournament, then going on to win in Paris. Maybe rome or Barcelona?
Rafa has 11 monte carlo masters and 11 Barcelona titles so they are probably his best indicator of going on to win rg.
Zverev out in R2 losing 5 and 5 to 33-BerrettiniZverev already dropped to #5 after Thiem made the SF. Tsitsipas could/should overtake him soon depending on upcoming results. Needs to make up 1000 points, 400 of which are on offer if he can beat Djokovic.
Zverev 2018: Rome F, French QF
Tsitsipas 2018: Rome 2R, French 2R
He finished last year at 21 on the back of 2 x 500 titles (Hamburg and Beijing) and 4th Rnd @ the USO. He has done enough this year to maintain his high ranking so far but will have alot of points to defend after Wimbledon.Looking at the matches for tomorrow how the hell is Basilashvili ranked 18 in the world!