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Tennis ATP prediction. Who will go to London

Roland Garros is slowly coming to its logical end. And it’s not that interesting to write about the French Open now, as the results are to be known quite soon. So we decided to discourse upon something different. Namely, who will get the ticket to the men’s singles final in London?

Let’s have a glance to the May rankings that will help to decide who have more chances to go to the ATP World Tour Finals in London 2014. We take only top 20 into account, as the rest players have poor chances to break into top 8. So, welcome top 20 strongest players.

1 Rafael Nadal

12.500

2 Novac Djokovic

11.850

3 Stanislas Wawrinka

5.830

4 Roger Federer

5.125

5 David Ferrer

5.030

6 Tomas Berdych

4.330

7 Juan Martin Del Potro

4.125

8 Andy Murray

4.120

9 Milos Raonic

2.975

10 Kei Nishikori

2.815

11 John Isner

2.600

12 Grigor Dimitrov

2.515

13 Richard Gasquet

2.445

14 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

2.315

15 Fabio Fognini

2.155

16 Mihail Youzhny

2.065

17 Ernest Gulbis

2.050

18 Tommy Haas

2.005

19 Tommy Robredo

1.900

20 Kevin Anderson    

1.710

David Ferrer

David Ferrer London 2014As a matter of fact, the first four players have already booked the tickets to the Foggy Albion. They are Nadal, Djokovic, Wawrinka. With this three everything is clear – the number of ranking point they have now is more than enough for the Finals. They are immediately followed by Roger Federer. Here also no questions. He has nothing to defend. The second round at Wimbledon, the fourth one at the US Open and completely failed American Masters. We believe that Roger will boost these figures. What comes next is rather intriguing. David Ferrer – quarter-final in the USA and quarter-final at Wimbledon, Paris Masters final. Not much, but the question is whether David will be capable of equaling these records as there are many players in good form and David would have to peak up his top form again. How he will do this remains secret…

Tomas Berdych and Andy Murray

Tomash Berdych London 2014

Tomas Berdych. It’s most likely that Czech will be the 7-8th to qualify. Again , there is nothing supernatural for him to defend: Wimbledon quarter-final, fourth round in the USA and poor performance at all Masters (except for Cincinnati Masters where he reached the semi-final). Last year these points allowed him to get to the Finals. Probably this year they will also guarantee him a lucky ticket. Juan Martin Del Porto has vacated one place. Andy Murray would have to try hard in the second half of the season especially shall he lose Wimbledon. Half of his points are attributed to the Wimbledon victory. And the British has tuned to his play taking this time to gain momentum. We expect that Andy will reveal his potential and show what he is capable of. As far back as I can remember, the second half of the season has also been better for the British.

Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori

Milos Raonic London 2014The player from Canada, Milos Raonic, has good chances to be the 7-8th to qualify. His main contenders will be Murray and Berdych. He has to defend the finals in Toronto and Tokyo. It’s a lot, so we’ll see. Despite his excellent service game, clay is the most convenient surface for the Canadian. Unfortunately for Milos, the clay part of the season is over and it hasn’t brought Milos too many ranking points. So he faces a sever task now: to gain points on the American hard courts and at the indoor tournaments. Now some words about Kei Nishikori. Only the worst scenario may prevent the Japanese start from getting to the year-end finals in London: 3rd round of Wimbledon, the first round at the USA Open and failed masters. He must outshoot at least at one of the mentioned events to get to London. And his main contender for the 5th ranking line will be Ferrer. Nishikori knows how to play on hard, so he should, or we would say even obliged, to outshoot again in the second half of the season.

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Gregor Dimitrov and Ernest Gulbis

Andy Murray Grigor Dimitrov London 2014John Isner would hardly break into top 8. By the end of the year he must be somewhere near top 10. It’s also unlikely that he would get to the Cincinnati Masters 2014 so he would have to find other ways to pick some ranking points which is very uneasy considering the present competition. Gregor Dimitrov has nothing to prove so he’ll take what he’ll get. And he is capable of getting a lot. So the Bulgarian player should fight for the ticket to London and move it up along the ranking positions. Gasquet and Tsonga. Two Frenchmen, the first of the both would probably leave top 20 by the year-end. Richard has completely failed the start of the year and we see no opportunity for him to make it up within its second half. And speaking about the second French male, we notice that even shall he show his best he would stay where he is now – near top 10. Fabio Fognini has failed all clay majors. Although he had to come in full force there. So if he manages to repeat his successful performance at clay minors that follow Wimbledon he will also stay where he is now. In my opinion, it’s his maximum for this season. Mihail Youzhny will probably say goodbye to the top 20 and the most he can reckon for is the place among the seeded at the end of the year. Ernest Gulbis. The Latvian player may make some fuss in the harmonious lines of tennis elite. He has nothing to defend, only his anger and the desire to reach great results. So by the very end Gulbis will be a contender for the top 8. The only issue is that hard courts are more difficult for him than clay ones. So the objective to get to London is very hard but still visible. Tommy Haase, Tommy Robredo – either of them can reckon only for the place in top 20. Kevin Anderson. The player from South Africa can go up in rankings a bit, but the 15th position is his sky for the current season. So here comes our prediction of the year-end forces distribution:

1 - 2 Novac Djokovic – Rafael Nadal

3 – 4 Roger Federer – Stanislas Wawrinka

5 - 6 Kei Nishikori – David Ferrer

7 – 8 Tomas Berdych – Andy Murray

Gregor Dimitrov, Milos Raonic and Ernest Gulbis will step on their toes. So be it. I don’t think that any other may make claims for the tickets to London. The only thing is probable injuries. All in all, let’s wait and see…


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