If you reached this article, wanting to read has Djokovic regained No. 1 ranking before the start of World Tour Finals, 2012, the answer is yes. Read this detailed post to know how the ATP rankings & points look like on 5th November, 2012 & how are the rankings likely to look like after World Tour Finals 2012 ON 12th November, 2012, in this detailed write-up here ----
As all of you are aware that Wimbledon championships are starting from 25th June, 2012. There is no denying of the fact, that Wimbledon is no doubt the most followed Grand slam of all the four slams.
But, this year, promises to be even more interesting especially from a Top 4 point of view :::
Novak Djokovic will be defending his Wimbledon title & also, he became no. 1 in 2011 by winning the Wimbledon 2011. So, he has to defend not just the title but also, complete one full year at Number. 1.
Rafael Nadal will be trying for his third Wimbledon title & if he manages to win Wimbledon,he has a chance to get to No. 1, also, he will become the first ever man in the history of Tennis to do the "Old World Triple" twice in his career.
Old world triple means winning titles at Rome, Paris & London.
Roger Federer will be trying for his 17th Grand slam & his 7th Wimbedon & a chance to regain No. 1.
Andy Murray too will be trying for his 1st ever Grand slam.
So, this post of mine is to cover all ranking scenarios post Wimbledon 2012, so read on ----
Now, these are the latest ATP ranking points of top 8 as announced on 18th June, 2012 :::
As you all will be aware that points gained during Wimbledon 2011 will be deducted when the ranking points after the Wimbledon 2012 will be announced on July 8th, 2012.
Since Novak Djokovic is the defending champion, his 2000 points will be deducted.
Rafael Nadal was the losing finalist in 2011, so he has to defend his 1200 points,
Roger Federer lost out in Quarter Finals in Wimbledon 2011, so, he just has to defend 360 points,
While Andy Murray has to defend 720 points as he lost out in Semi-finals @ Wimbledon 2011..
So, here are the ranking scenarios for you all post Wimbledon 2012 (covering the TOP 3, as they only have realistic chance of getting to No. 1 post Wimbledon), [continued in the next 3 posts under-neath]...