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Post Info TOPIC: Week 38 - ATP Challenger 125 - Saint-Tropez, France (hard)


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RE: Week 38 - ATP Challenger 125 - Saint-Tropez, France (hard)


JonH comes home wrote:
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One more win for Liam and he will be live 100 (overtaking Husler?) and then it will depend on further progress and other players results. Is that correct?


He will actually be Live 99 as he will overtake Garin as well.  However, Garin is still playing this week, so that may change as he plays a WC ranked about 900.


 yeah, sorry, I had factored Garin winning into my top 100 comment, just didnt articulate it! 


There are also loads of players below Liam that could overtake as well - I counted well into double figures. I think 2 more wins should seal it though, but we've been here before.



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Bob in Spain wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:
Bob in Spain wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

One more win for Liam and he will be live 100 (overtaking Husler?) and then it will depend on further progress and other players results. Is that correct?


He will actually be Live 99 as he will overtake Garin as well.  However, Garin is still playing this week, so that may change as he plays a WC ranked about 900.


 yeah, sorry, I had factored Garin winning into my top 100 comment, just didnt articulate it! 


There are also loads of players below Liam that could overtake as well - I counted well into double figures. I think 2 more wins should seal it though, but we've been here before.


 there are but many will fall away from the target they need as the week progresses. It is like the ATP Tour Finals. Three weeks out, maybe as many as 30 players can often qualify for the Finals, most have little chance though but it is mathematically possible; as the weeks progress, the final week has only one or two places left for 3 or 4 players to chase and it soon diminishes!! Lets hope that happens for Liam this week!



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Liam appears to be live 101 at the moment: live-tennis.eu/en/atp-live-ranking

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9vicman wrote:

Liam appears to be live 101 at the moment: live-tennis.eu/en/atp-live-ranking


 he is. But one more win and we are getting into that top 100 debate above! 



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L16:  Lukas Klein (SVK) WR 151 (CH = 133 in May) vs (9) Liam Broady WR 103



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L16:  (WC) Mae Malige & Tom Paris (FRA/FRA) UNR defeated Scott Duncan & Volodymyr Uzhylovskyi (UKR) CR 478 (226+252) by 2-6 6-4 [11-9]  bleh



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If Liam does make it this week, he will drop straight out again the following week as has Tel Aviv points to defend (57), and has withdrawn from Astana next week.

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Stircrazy wrote:

L16:  (WC) Mae Malige & Tom Paris (FRA/FRA) UNR defeated Scott Duncan & Volodymyr Uzhylovskyi (UKR) CR 478 (226+252) by 2-6 6-4 [11-9]  bleh


L16:  (4) Dan Added & Albano Olivetti (FRA/FRA) CR 132 (83+49) defeated Antoine Escoffier (FRA) & Joshua Paris CR 499 (263+236) by 6-1 3-6 [10-7]  hmm



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seagull wrote:

If Liam does make it this week, he will drop straight out again the following week as has Tel Aviv points to defend (57), and has withdrawn from Astana next week.


 Not if he wins this week and gets 125 points wink



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Only needs one week in for now to say he is top 100 in his career

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JonH comes home wrote:

Only needs one week in for now to say he is top 100 in his career


Exactly.



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Looks like the rain is holding things up in St Tropez. Liam is due on today but the forecast is rubbish.

Got to say it's another picturesque venue: www.saint-tropez-open.com/

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L16:  (1) Lloyd Glasspool & Harri Heliövaara (FIN) CR 61 (31+30) defeated Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan & Pura Raja (IND/IND) CR 281 (93+188) by 2 & 2

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QF:  (1) Lloyd Glasspool & Harri Heliövaara (FIN) CR 61 (31+30) vs Sergio Martos & Sem Verbeek (ESP/NED) CR 257 (117+140)



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greeny12 wrote:

Looks like the rain is holding things up in St Tropez. Liam is due on today but the forecast is rubbish.

Got to say it's another picturesque venue: www.saint-tropez-open.com/


 lovely!



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Stircrazy wrote:

L16:  (WC) Mae Malige & Tom Paris (FRA/FRA) UNR defeated Scott Duncan & Volodymyr Uzhylovskyi (UKR) CR 478 (226+252) by 2-6 6-4 [11-9]  bleh


L16:  (2) Romain Arneodo & Sam Weissborn (MON/AUT) CR 105 (52+53) defeated Luke Johnson & Henry Patten CR 180 (124+56) by 6-4 6-7(5) [10-6]  hmm



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