The reliance of Tsonga’s current ranking on his results in Autumn 2011

by thriding

In the rankings, Tsonga is comfortably no.7:

  • 6. Berdych 4965
  • 7. Tsonga 4520
  • 8. Del Potro 3850
  • 9. Tipsarevic 3285
  • 10. Isner 2610

In the Year To Date rankings though, qualifying for the YEC in November, Tsonga’s position is more precarious:

  • 7. Berdych 3720
  • 8. Tsonga 2745
  • 9. Tipsarevic 2720
  • 10. Almagro 2415
  • 11. Isner 2250
  • 12=. Gasquet, Monaco 2110

Here are the points that are currently counting towards his ranking, divided into 4 roughly equal portions. We can see that Tsonga’s Autumn Quarter accounts for almost half of his points in his current ranking (he does have other points currently not counted by the Best-of-18 system).

Autumn 2011 – 7 tournaments, 2090 points (46%)

  • YEC (F) 800
  • Paris (F) 600
  • Metz (W) 250
  • Vienna (W) 250
  • Beijing (SF) 180
  • Shanghai (R32) 10

Early spring: up to Miami – 6 tournaments, 700 points (16%)

  • Doha (W) 250
  • Australian (R16) 180
  • Miami (QF) 180
  • Indian Wells (R16) 90

Late Spring: Clay – 5 tournaments, 810 points (18%)

  • Rolang Garros (QF) 360
  • Rome (QF) 180
  • Monte Carlo (QF) 180
  • Madrid (R16) 90

Summer: Grass & US Hard (plus DC) – 6 tournaments, 920 points (20%)

  • Wimbledon (SF) 720
  • US Open (64) 45
  • Canada (R32) 10
  • Davis Cup (-) 145

Non-countable tournaments

  • Olympics (QF) 135
  • Winston-Salem (SF) 90
  • Dubai 500 (QF) 90
  • Marseilles (SF) 90

Previous autumns

  • 2011: 2090
  • 2010: 270
  • 2009: 905
  • 2008: 1950

In 2010 Tsonga was coming back from injury. In 2008 he won the Paris Masters and qualifed for the YEC

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