Not much in the way of change, here. Emin Agaev becomes the second player to reach the century mark with exactly 100 matches.
Its Jean-Julien Rojer once again with yet another futures title and this time it moves him past Tati Rascon, who lost in the second round in Spain F20, in the second spot. After another title in Aruba F1, Rojer now has a 42-7 record on the year. Things could get interesting next week as Julian Alonso is in the Spain F21 draw. Should he play and lose early, Rojer could take over the top spot. Rameez Junaid, who had a 13-3 record on the year was also in action at USA F30 where he qualified and reached the second round. He record now stands at 17-4 which ties him with fellow Aussie, John James at #6. And still another Aussie, Mark Hlawaty, finished off the year with a win in Australia F6 and enters the top 10 at #10 with a 26-7 record. In right behind him is another winner this week, Rafael Nadal-Parera, who now has a 48-13 record.