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Just look at the entry rankings for 6/27 (same as 6/20): the next names on the ALT list are the ones who come after Hernych in the rankings (& a few players with injury protected rankings).Shhh wrote:Can someone tell me if there are any Brits further down the alternates list? Arvind Parmar maybe.........any others?
He entered New Haven, so that is his last injury protected ranking entry.Patrik77 wrote:Time for Younes El Aynaoui to show some results now....he has three more tournaments to go for on his protected ranking of 27, looks like it´s gonna be Montreal, Cincinatti and the US Open!
He'll probably play challengers to try to get his ranking up. Too bad he couldn't win some matches with the wild cards & protected ranking entries. He's such a nice guy that some tournament directors might have been willing to give him wild cards to ATP events (a la James Blake), but with such a poor record this year, I doubt anyone would risk it. Maybe he'll get some wild cards into ATP qualifying tournaments.Patrik77 wrote:You´re right Smucav, I missed that one!! A very strange choice to make! I wonder what his plans are after New Haven
smucav wrote:I hope he doesn't retire. I know he's over 30, but remember that he was a late bloomer & didn't play all of those years of juniors that most players do, so hasn't been playing as long as others his age.
At least that's what all of us should wish him. He's one of my favourites on tour I don't want him to resign so quickly. All those Moroccan guys know how to make fun of tennis, but Younes is the best of them... that's what I thinkJelena wrote:So I think, he will at least try to get his ranking up again.
Patrik77 wrote:Time for Younes El Aynaoui to show some results now....his ranking is down at 400!
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