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What will Andy's ranking be at the end of 2015?
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Murray's Ranking

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He has Barcelona points from last year coming off next eek.
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He has Barcelona points from last year coming off next eek.

Thanks. Missed that totally. He should have played Barcelona!
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Don't really think Andy's ranking matters much. But we really don't want him meeting Rafa till the  semis, that's the issue.
And yes, Fed could win Madrid, all depends on speed of court/balls etc. I believe Madrid is quite different from other clay court tournaments anyway because of the altitude.
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At least they ditched the blue clay this year Smile
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Great Djokovic has beaten Nadal in two sets. This keeps Nadal at bay points wise When Murray returns to Madrid I'm just hoping he'll play better and improve his ranking
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To be honest, I'd much rather Nadal was top 4 than seeded #5, as a potential quarter-final opponent, so I was hoping he'd win.
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Roger Federer Falls Out Of Top 8 In 2013 Rankings
 
If the ATP’s regular season finished today Roger Federer wouldn’t be among those eight who qualify for the prestigious year-end Barclay’s London Finals. Federer, who hasn’t played since Indian Wells, slid to No. 9 in today’s released 2013 points only rankings.
 
Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray are still 1 and No. 2 with the Serb ahead by a sizable 1,400 points. Spaniards Rafael Nadal and David Ferrer are next followed by Tomas Berdych who’s is fifth.
 
Juan Martin Del Potro stayed at No. 6 followed by Jo-Wilfried Tsonga who climbed two positions to No. 7 after reaching the Monte Carlo semifinals. Just ahead of Federer is Richard Gasquet at No. 8.
 
Federer skipped Miami and Monte Carlo but is playing to defend his Madrid title early next month. And he did return to No. 2 this week in regular rankings.
 
Those players making big leaps were Fabio Fognini who rose 19 spots to No. 18 and Grigor Dimitrov who moved up 10 to No. 22. Both guys also made nice moves to career-highs in the regular rankings: Fognini up to No. 24, Dimitrov No. 28.
 
April 22 ATP Race to London Rankings
 1 Djokovic, Novak (SRB), 4,120
 2 Murray, Andy (GBR), 2,720
 3 Nadal, Rafael (ESP), 2,500
 4 Ferrer, David (ESP), 2,370
 5 Berdych, Tomas (CZE), 1,640
 6 Del Potro, Juan Martin (ARG), 1,515
 7 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried (FRA), 1,410
 8 Gasquet, Richard (FRA), 1,395
 9 Federer, Roger (SUI), 1,170
 10 Almagro, Nicolas (ESP), 1,005
 
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Roger Federer Falls Out Of Top 8 In 2013 Rankings


haha
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Yes those race rankings make pleasurable reading
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 yes They sure do!
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Wouldn't it be wonderful if he didn't qualify for the 02 this year - a woman can only dream   w00t
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This is how fed fans think about Fed's chances of remaining no2 when RG will start...

http://www.rogerfedererfans.com/forum/topic/1273-will-roger-federer-or-andy-murray-be-ranked-no-2-after-italian-open-2013-and-thus-get-2-seeding-at-french-open-2013/
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It's not out of the question. A lot will hang on Madrid though. It's pretty much vital for Federer to defend his title there, as I can't see him bettering Djokovic or Nadal in Rome.

Not sure it'll really matter though. Murray would do well just to make the semi-finals at Roland Garros, so who he plays there won't really matter.
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I think Rafa has overtaken Andy in 'the race' following his win in Barcelona. Don't think Ferrer can catch him before Madrid though?
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Yes he has meglisse though not by far and Andy has played 3 fewer tournaments than Rafa.  Smugfed down to 10.
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