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Andy Murray - Paris Masters 2012 (29th October - 5th November)

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Yes, as in he's made the semi-finals or better of all the other Masters one year or another, but has never gone further than the quarter-finals in Paris.
OK.  I wasn't sure just what you were trying to say.
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^ Those are the race rakings. Nothing gets substracted from them. In order for Andy to get to #2, he would have to win Paris and the WTFs while Fed has to lose at least one RR match in London and doesn't get further than the semis.

Okay, but the points difference between them - race or rolling - is more or less the same? In the 2000 range?
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Yes. Smile So he could potentially make it, but it would require Federer to underperform in London.
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Well then Fingers crossed
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FED PLAY PARIS PLEASE.
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Fed = 12165, less 200 Basel, less 1000 Paris, less 1500 WTF = 9465

Murray = 7690, less 180 Paris = 7510

So there is 1955 points between them, period.

There are 2500 points left to play for this year.
Fed’s not playing Paris so just 1500 for him.

Which means Paris could end up being an important event for Andy; if he wins, he cuts the points difference to less than 1000.
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FED PLAY PARIS PLEASE.

Erm, why?
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FED PLAY PARIS PLEASE.
Why? lol
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Erm, why?

so he will get tired.  another win for Murray in Paris.  then he will play poor at WTF.  then hey presto Andy at number 2.  YES.  master plan.  mwhahaha.
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Fed = 12165, less 200 Basel, less 1000 Paris, less 1500 WTF = 9465

Murray = 7690, less 180 Paris = 7510

So there is 1955 points between them, period.

There are 2500 points left to play for this year.
Fed’s not playing Paris so just 1500 for him.

Which means Paris could end up being an important event for Andy; if he wins, he cuts the points difference to less than 1000.

And that will be AWESOME   Super
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NEWS: The qualifier that will play Paul Henri-Mathieu in the first round to book a place against 3rd seeded Andy Murray is the 74th ranked Spaniard, Roberto Baustita-Agut. This match will be played on Tuesday which means as I predicted Murray will play Wednesday.
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so he will get tired.  another win for Murray in Paris.  then he will play poor at WTF.  then hey presto Andy at number 2.  YES.  master plan.  mwhahaha.

No. Federer getting to the semis in Paris would actually be a bad thing for Andy's prospects to get to #2. Wink And it's already pretty unlikely as it is.
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so he will get tired.  another win for Murray in Paris.  then he will play poor at WTF.  then hey presto Andy at number 2.  YES.  master plan.  mwhahaha.

I think he's tired already?  old J/K Wink
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NEWS: The qualifier that will play Paul Henri-Mathieu in the first round to book a place against 3rd seeded Andy Murray is the 74th ranked Spaniard, Roberto Baustita-Agut. This match will be played on Tuesday which means as I predicted Murray will play Wednesday.

God, there are 3 more days...
Just can't wait to see him back in action.
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Yes. And this LL is especially lucky since he got a 1st round bye on top of everything.
Not exactly. It means most likely they have a tough R2 match which they will probably lose, earning them no extra prize money or ranking points. They'd be better off with a more winnable R1 match.
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