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    (Original post by lizzy95)
    Maybe but it's too early to know for sure imo.
    Becker seemed more like a cheerleader to me. lol
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    (Original post by ubi1)
    r1,r2 are justifiable so his the injury months!.

    Rakas what's the record for most points in a season Rafa is soon approaching 15100 points 5000 point lead ahead of NOLE:
    Most points in a season probably Roger Federer: under the old rankings system he had 8,370pts in 2006 - equates to around 16,740 in today's system

    Also had a huge lead over Nadal: 3,900 pt lead - equates to 7,800 pts now
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    (Original post by Roger1)
    I think Fed had the most number of ranking points in 2006. Not sure though.
    Nadal has the chance of accumulating more points!:eek:
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    (Original post by Krish4791)
    Most points in a season probably Roger Federer: under the old rankings system he had 8,370pts in 2006 - equates to around 16,740 in today's system

    Also had a huge lead over Nadal: 3,900 pt lead - equates to 7,800 pts now
    Wow, Fed was a beast back in the day.
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    (Original post by Roger1)
    Becker seemed more like a cheerleader to me. lol

    Don't they all look like cheerleaders in their players box? Lendl excluded of course. It's just a shame Vajda had other commitments
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    (Original post by ubi1)
    Nadal has the chance of accumulating more points!:eek:
    Well, until Wimbledon Miami is the only tournament that he can add more points. Btw, what's his schedule for next month. Is he going to South America again?
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    (Original post by Roger1)
    Wow, Fed was a beast back in the day.
    Ah, the old days... Incidentally the last Fedal match I saw live (i.e. at the actual venue) was the 2007 Wimbledon final
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    (Original post by lizzy95)
    Don't they all look like cheerleaders in their players box? Lendl excluded of course. It's just a shame Vajda had other commitments
    Becker is one of my fav commentators. I'll miss him during Wimbledon.
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    (Original post by Krish4791)
    Ah, the old days... Incidentally the last Fedal match I saw live (i.e. at the actual venue) was the 2007 Wimbledon final
    Who ever thought that it would be the last time Fed would beat Rafa in a slam. He was only 25 then too. Seems so weird.

    I was there for 2006 final. It was a great experience, I must say.
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    (Original post by Krish4791)
    Most points in a season probably Roger Federer: under the old rankings system he had 8,370pts in 2006 - equates to around 16,740 in today's system

    Also had a huge lead over Nadal: 3,900 pt lead - equates to 7,800 pts now
    I will breakdown Federer's LEGENDARY 2006 Perphaps the best season in the last 20-30 Years

    Doha = 250 points
    Australia = 2000 points
    Dubai = 300 points
    Indian wells - 1000
    Miami - 1000
    Monte Carlo- 600
    Rome - 600
    French Open- 1200
    Halle - 250
    Wimbledon-2000
    Rogers cup- 1000
    Cincy- 35
    US open-2000
    Tokyo - 500
    Madrid master- 1000
    Basel - 500
    wtf- 1500 add them up and see what u get!
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    (Original post by Roger1)
    Well, until Wimbledon Miami is the only tournament that he can add more points. Btw, what's his schedule for next month. Is he going to South America again?
    Yes his playing in Argentina and then Rio
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    (Original post by Roger1)
    Who ever thought that it would be the last time Fed would beat Rafa in a slam. He was only 25 then too. Seems so weird.

    I was there for 2006 final. It was a great experience, I must say.
    In the post-match on-court interview he kinda let this line slip:

    "He's a fantastic player and he's going to be around so much longer so I'm happy with every one I get before he takes them all.

    "It was such a close match. I told him at the net that he deserved it as well. I'm the lucky one today."

    Not sure exactly what it meant - very cryptic, but perhaps that was the turning point in the Slam mathes
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    (Original post by ubi1)
    Yes his playing in Argentina and then Rio
    Is he playing in any of the tourneys that he played in last year like Chile, Sao Paulo or Acapulco?
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    (Original post by Krish4791)
    In the post-match on-court interview he kinda let this line slip:

    "He's a fantastic player and he's going to be around so much longer so I'm happy with every one I get before he takes them all.

    "It was such a close match. I told him at the net that he deserved it as well. I'm the lucky one today."

    Not sure exactly what it meant - very cryptic, but perhaps that was the turning point in the Slam mathes
    Oh, how his words came back to bite him. But he probably knew that he was on the way down and Rafa was on the way up.
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    (Original post by ubi1)
    I will breakdown Federer's LEGENDARY 2006 Perphaps the best season in the last 20-30 Years

    Doha = 250 points
    Australia = 2000 points
    Dubai = 300 points
    Indian wells - 1000
    Miami - 1000
    Monte Carlo- 600
    Rome - 600
    French Open- 1200
    Halle - 250
    Wimbledon-2000
    Rogers cup- 1000
    Cincy- 35
    US open-2000
    Tokyo - 500
    Madrid master- 1000
    Basel - 500
    wtf- 1500 add them up and see what u get!
    Point carried over from 2005 as well Points exactly doubled in 2009, so as per entry pts it's this:

    http://www.atpworldtour.com/Rankings...2.2006&r=1&c=#
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    (Original post by Roger1)
    Is he playing in any of the tourneys that he played in last year like Chile, Sao Paulo or Acapulco?
    Na new tourneys
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    (Original post by ubi1)
    Na new tourneys
    Last year he played 2 250s and a 500. This year he is only playing one of each, so he will lose 150 points, not that it would make that much of difference.
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    (Original post by ubi1)
    Na new tourneys
    Which new tournaments is he at?
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    (Original post by Roger1)
    Last year he played 2 250s and a 500. This year he is only playing one of each, so he will lose 150 points, not that it would make that much of difference.
    Rafa denied 1 slam and 2 Masters along with a dubai title which would have put Feds 2006 as the greatest ever!
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    (Original post by Krish4791)
    Which new tournaments is he at?
    Buenos Aires and Rio
 
 
 
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