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2018 male prediction rankings


Given Aljaz going back to Slovenia, here is my updated list!

Andy Murray 12
Kyle Edmund 25
Cam Norrie 80
Liam Broady 150
Dan Evans 175
Jay Clarke 190
Alex Ward 235
Brydan Klein 350
Jonathan Gray 440
Tom Farquharson 475

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Vandenburg wrote:

Here we go.

Murray- 7
Norrie 30(Bold prediction)
Bedene (will switch back to other country) but will finish 70
Edmund 35
Evans 150
Broady 150
Clarke 150

Corrie 500

A Ward 300
Klien 300
Grey- 220 (Bold prediction)

 


 Just 4 days ago, I predicted Bedene would switch back, surely this means, I am now leading the prediction race before the season has started.  More importantly it once again shows that my insight into tennis is of the highest standard despite many attempts to troll me on this forum.

 

 



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The scores from Melbourne Australia are as follows

1. Murray 7
2. Edmund 47
3. Norrie 82
4. J Clarke 130
5. Broady 140
6. A Ward 160
7. Evans 172
8. Klein 240
9. R. Storrie 320
10. Farquharson 334


9-10-11 is always the hardest to predict with a few that could easily get into that bracket. But my bolter this time is Storrie.

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Andy Murray - 2
Kyle Edmund - 25
Cameron Norrie - 75
Jay Clarke - 150
Alex Ward - 151
Dan Evans - 200
Liam Broady - 201
Tom Farquharson - 300
Oli Golding - 301
Ed Corrie - 400



Billy Harris - 401
Brydan Klein - 402

-- I confess to being tempted to put "Murray - Retired" and move everyone else up a slot. I think that he isn't far away from that in the event of another major injury before Wimbledon.

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The predictions from Brisbane Australia are as follows:

1) Andy Murray - 6
2) Kyle Edmund - 38
3) Cameron Norrie - 69
4) Liam Broady - 85 (Dave Sammel is good for Liam I think and I particularly like Liam as a person and his game)
5) Jay Clarke - 150
6) Alex Ward - 160
7) Brydan Klein - 240
8) Daniel Evans - 250
9) Edward Corrie - 275
10) Jonathan Gray - 350

James Ward & Billy Harris within top 400.

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Swing and a miss in 2017 but back for another go!

1. Andy Murray - 7
2. Kyle Edmund - 27
3. Cameron Norrie - 50
4. Dan Evans - 75
5. Liam Broady - 100
6. Jay Clarke - 125
7. Alex Ward - 274
8. Bryden Klein - 275
9. Lloyd Glasspool - 350
10. Luke Bambridge - 400

Not that it counts anymore but I think Aljaz will finish around 32 if he can avoid another injury layoff this year.

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1. Andy Murray - 3
2. Kyle Edmund - 30
3. Evo - 51
3. Cameron Norrie - 73
4. Jay Clarke - 99
5. Liam Broady - 120
6. Alex Ward - 145
7. Klein - 201
8. Glasspool - 268
9. Golding - 273
10 - Storrie - 301

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Murray 22
Edmund 41
Norrie 87
Broady 152
Clarke 177
A.Ward 223
Evans 234
Farquarson 364
Storrie 405
Gray 467

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Could be interesting this year. Big variation in expectations for Dan, but with Bedene out of the way, I reckon he could well go for the GB 2 or 3 slot, but with a few months missing, he's going to really have to go for it.

1 Andy Murray 5
2 Kyle Edmund 40
3 Cameron Norrie 58
4 Dan Evans 70
5 Jay Clarke 120
6 Liam Broady 140
7 Alex Ward 260
8 Brydan Klein 320
9 Tom Farquharson 390
10 Jonathan Gray 420



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Vandenburg wrote:

 Just 4 days ago, I predicted Bedene would switch back, surely this means, I am now leading the prediction race before the season has started.  More importantly it once again shows that my insight into tennis is of the highest standard despite many attempts to troll me on this forum.

 

 


 

Ok let's go:

1. Murray 4

2. Edmund 23

3. Norrie 47

4. Evans 70

5. Broady 130

6. J Clarke 190

7. A Ward 220

8. Klein 250

9. Golding 320

10. Corrie 350



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1. Murray 4
2. Edmund 39
3. Norrie 74
4 Broady 99
5. Clarke 152
6. Evans 153
7. A Ward 180
8. Klein 281
9. Farquharson 332
10. J Gray 403



-- Edited by hoots on Wednesday 20th of December 2017 09:14:13 PM

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Here are my guesstimates for the men. Interesting that there don't seem to be too many men knocking on the door of the top 400 at the moment. Ryan Storrie I think will take a little longer to enter. Lloyd and Luke could get back there but not sure they will be playing enough singles, and I think Ed's ranking will fall outside this year too. As other's have said Dan is the big unpredictable, many have him making it back into the top 100 again in the coming year, and it would be great if he does, but it would require a big grass court season from him and I suspect that may be too soon.

1. Andy Murray 4
2. Kyle Edmund 40
3. Cameron Norrie 75
4. Liam Broady 128
5. Dan Evans 147
6. Jay Clarke 165
7. Alex Ward 216
8. Jonathan Gray 312
9. Tom Farquharson 321
10. Bryden Klein 334

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Are we just predicting the top 10 GB players? Or is it within a certain ranking range?

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flamingowings wrote:

Are we just predicting the top 10 GB players? Or is it within a certain ranking range?


For the predictions competition it's the top 10 GB players and their WRs on the first Monday after the ATP tour finals.

Although some folk sometimes separately add some other predictions.



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indiana wrote:
flamingowings wrote:

Are we just predicting the top 10 GB players? Or is it within a certain ranking range?


For the predictions competition it's the top 10 GB players and their WRs on the first Monday after the ATP tour finals.

Although some folk sometimes separately add some other predictions.


 Right, got it, thanks for clearing it up.

 

Will have a think...



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