Tennis Ranking points end of 2022

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Nov 21, 2022, 09:40

This is probably my last posting on Tennis this year:-


1      Carlos Alcaraz                         6 820

2      Rafael Nadal                           6 020

3      Casper Ruud                           5 820

4      Stefanos Tsitsipas                   5 550

5      Novak Djokovic                       4 820

6      Felix Auger-Aliassime              4 195

7      Danill Medvedev                     4 065

8      Andrey Rublev                        3 920

9      Taylor Fritz                             3 355

10    Hubert Hurkacz                       2 905

11    Holger Rune                            2 888


Rune was really unfortunate not to end up in the Top 10 this year,    He was last week still in the top 10 - but something happened and he lost on ranking position.   


There are a number of exhibition tournaments where no ranking points are at stake and the above rankings will determine the draw in the Aussie Open in january 2023   


Nov 21, 2022, 16:41

Good news…I’d hate to see you embarrass yourself with more postings predicting seuntjies were going to beat the Joker. How many times have you predicted he and Nadal were going to lose. Yet they end up winning Australia, the French, Wimbledon and the YE ATP finals….and only not winning the US Open, because Nadal was injured and the Joker was banned.


A total wipe out for you…how embarrassing.

Nov 24, 2022, 21:10

Where did I come up with the BS you always spread on site.   Your "seuntjies" stories are coming from a person whose brain got buggered up by prejudice.

Now I wrote something above  that is real and true - the actual ranking points gained by players this year and who are the really top players at present.   The 19 year-old Alcaraz was by some distance the best player this year.    That place him in the number 1 position.    Comprehende?   In this year Djokovic was beaten by Alcaras, Evans and Rublev and those losses stopped him from being a real threat to Alcaraz.

Djokovic is still a very good player - but he is worse than he was 5 years ago - when he was exceptional.     Nadal is just not up to standard anymore and Federer left realizing he would never make the grade again.   So what I am looking for is what younger players could reach the top in future.    You as an age-maniac cannot understand that approach at all.

               

Nov 24, 2022, 21:10

Where did I come up with the BS you always spread on site.   Your "seuntjies" stories are coming from a person whose brain got buggered up by prejudice.

Now I wrote something above  that is real and true - the actual ranking points gained by players this year and who are the really top players at present.   The 19 year-old Alcaraz was by some distance the best player this year.    That place him in the number 1 position.    Comprehende?   In this year Djokovic was beaten by Alcaras, Evans and Rublev and those losses stopped him from being a real threat to Alcaraz.

Djokovic is still a very good player - but he is worse than he was 5 years ago - when he was exceptional.     Nadal is just not up to standard anymore and Federer left realizing he would never make the grade again.   So what I am looking for is what younger players could reach the top in future.    You as an age-maniac cannot understand that approach at all.

               

Nov 25, 2022, 16:09

There you posted another one…..it’s fine looking for younger players. What is not so fine is writing derogatory nonsense about the legends of the game. There are 5 events the top players really care about Nadal and Djokovic won 4 of them and couldn’t compete in the other one. Case closed.

Nov 26, 2022, 19:09

What derogatory nonsense are you talking about?   The rest of it is BS.   Nadal won in the Rollarnd Garros and Aussie tournaments and lost in virtually all other tournaments he played in bar the Mexican Open.    That is a fact of life.   Djopkovic played rarely this year and his record was also so-so.   Wimbledon was an exhibition torunament this year and two of the top ten players were excluded from participation - so the fact is Djokovic lost all the ranking points he gained in 2021.


I look at practicality - not the ifs and buts repetitive BS you came up with.   What is a fact is that the longer the elderly play the more will they encounter injuries and the longer it will take them to recover from the injuries.   Also the older they get the more they swill struggle to win.   Those are facts of life not derogatory in any sense.   

 
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