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Alexander Zverev, who was No. Following an start to , failing to reach a final in his first four events, the Nitto ATP Finals qualifier was not even the top-ranked German in the Race Peter Gojowczyk, 28th.
Last year, the final qualifier for the year-end championship was Jack Sock, who finished the Race with 2, points. So the Monte-Carlo resident has put himself in a strong position to make a return trip to London, even though he was unable to retain his title at the Foro Italico, falling in a tight three-setter against Rafael Nadal.
But he is not the only one in a good spot to return to the British capital for the season finale, to be held from November. Players' positions in the Race this time of the season have proven to be a strong predictor for how the rest of the push to The O2 goes.
With the exception of three players who qualified for the season finale, but withdrew due to injury, only three Top 8 occupants post-Rome have failed to make the Nitto ATP Finals in the past five Races: While Djokovic fell off due to injury last year, not playing after Wimbledon, Goffin and Dimitrov both finished their respective Races in 11th place.
Van Den Berg Bart. Hernandez Ramirez Sergio Luis. De Rueda De Genover Ignasi. Pucinelli de Almeida Matheus.
Da Silva Gabriel Ciro. Abdul Razak Ahmed Deedat. Moreno De Alboran Nicolas. Soares Klier Junior Gilbert. Freire Da Silva Adan.
Van Der Horst Tim. Chavez Villalpando Luis Diego. Canas Garcia Juan Pablo. Batalla Diez Juan Ignacio. Lingua Lavallen Alejo Lorenzo.
Juan Martin del Potro would have passed Alexander if he managed to beat Nadal in that epic quarter-final match but he is now less than points behind the German, eager to overpower him with good results this summer.
Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic has finally earned those huge points that would propel him in contention for the place in London, gaining 10 positions to stand 5th, just 25 points behind Delpo and with Zverev within his reach as well.
Novak is the fifth player who has passed the point mark so far in and we should expect these five stars at the ATP Finals in November if they avoid injuries.
Dominic Thiem has gathered points so far, 80 more than Marin Cilic who has failed to repeat what he has done at Wimbledon 12 months ago, suffering a shocking second round loss to Guido Pella, losing one position in the standings.
Wimbledon finalist Kevin Anderson also dropped from 7th to 8th despite taking these points but he is now points clear of John Isner whom he beat in the semis in that marathon clash, creating a nice lead over the rest of the field before the rest of the season.
Kei Nishikori had a solid Wimbledon and he is the second-best mover after Novak, jumping from the 18th place to the 10th but with a lot of work to be done if he wants to catch Anderson or the rivals in front of him.
The defending ATP Finals champion Grigor Dimitrov has suffered another failure at Wimbledon and he is exactly points behind the last place that guarantees a London ticket, having to bounce back and reset his game on the North American hard courts if he wants to stand a chance of defending his crown in four months time.
Rafael Nadal ESP 2. Roger Federer SUI 3. Alexander Zverev GER 4. Novak Djokovic SRB 6. Dominic Thiem AUT 7. I guess, he wins.
Does Sandgren not owe something to Thiem after Australian Open? He will have the chance soon. No update in rankings.
But an update about draw ceremony thanks, Marjorie Phan! Main draw ceremony happens tomorrow at noon. I like most of players on tour.
Also the number of potential contenders is larger. Some days ago it was cut at There is no explanation, but maybe authors of this ranking know, that both Del Potro and Nadal will pull out, creating two additional places.
So everyone who could theoretically winning everything while ranked Nishikori losing everything reach the rank.
Given 2 pull out, those ranked included would qualify. If this is the reason of the change. I have asked the website operator and it showed, I have found a bug.
Even talkos with Acapulco management were stopped for now. If nobody else from contenders wins both Vienna and Paris, two of this three will qualify: Should Nishikori reach the final but not win in Paris to make points, Thiem is still ahead.
London Qualification Cut dropped today to points and will drop now every day until the qualification is closed.
The next could open, if Nadal withdraws. But this does not change anything in the constellation of all existing contenders.
Theoretically both Anderson and Thiem can pass Cilic before Paris, but Thiem must win the title in Vienna for this to happen. Depending on how deep Anderson goes, Thiem could be then ranked 6.
Maybe he still waits with official decision, expecting some miracle. But miracles of that kind never happen. Coming back a week too early can mean — new and longer rehabilitation or even surgery, which Delpo will for sure not risk — he knows too well, how it ends.
You deserved to be in London, but you deserved more to have some more excellent seasons like Should Thiem advance to the final, he could pass Cilic and take the rank 7.
Regardless, it would be nice for Dominic to have a strong end to his season. The early exit in Shanghai halted his momentum on the hard courts, so I really hope he can regain that strong, confident hardcourt form again.
But also possible, he skips this, given Djokovic being now again in unbeatable shape. WTF is the only big title Nadal misses but has no chances against prime Djoker.
But Dominic should not be so much tired. Still — he never got more then second round in Vienna. There will be many players better than Ebden.
Im not sure, Dominic can go for title there. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.
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