Monday, 19 February 2018

Men's ELO Rankings 19/02/2018

Short update this week as I'm on holiday. This week there were 3 tournaments held.

Aljaz Bedene, © AFP

Women's ELO Rankings 19/02/2018

Short update this week as I'm on holiday. This week there was 1 tournament, in Doha.

Petra Kvitova, © Getty Images

Sunday, 11 February 2018

Men's ELO Rankings 12/02/2018

We're back after the Davis Cup break, and now while the women have a break, the ATP World Tour held 3 tournaments this week, in Montpellier, Quito and Sofia.

Roberto Carballes Baena, © Getty Images

Sunday, 4 February 2018

Women's ELO Rankings 05/02/2018

While the men were off playing in the Davis Cup, there were 2 tournaments on the WTA Tour this week, in Saint Petersburg and Taipei.

Timea Babos, © Getty Images

Sunday, 28 January 2018

Men's ELO Rankings 29/01/2018

The first Grand Slam tournament of the year, the Australian Open, took place in the past 2 weeks, how did that effect my ratings?

Chung Hyeon, © Getty Images

Saturday, 27 January 2018

Women's ELO Rankings 29/01/2018

The first Grand Slam tournament of the year, the Australian Open, took place in the past 2 weeks, how did that effect my ratings?

Elise Mertens, © AFP

Friday, 26 January 2018

2018 Australian Open Final Update

It's the final of the Australian Open, and we're about to crown the winners of the first Grand Slam of the year! But before the matches start, let's take a look at some stats I calculated for the top 150 players after the jump:

Wednesday, 24 January 2018

2018 Australian Open Semi Finals Update

The quarter finals of the Australian Open finished earlier today, so let's take a look at how that impacted my rankings of the players still in.

The current leaders in the Player of the tournament awards are Chung Hyeon (+58) and Elise Mertens (+46). Both players are still in so their destiny is in their hands.

For the men, Kyle Edmund will win the award if he does better than Chung does, Chung wins if he does better than Edmund does, or if Federer beats Cilic in the final, and Cilic wins if he beats Federer in the final. The women's is simpler, if Kerber does better than Mertens does, then Kerber wins, otherwise Mertens wins.

View my 2nd week predictions for the Men and the Women here, but before the latest rankings, some stats I calculated for the top 150 players:


Men's Rank± ELO
1-108
11-20-34
21-5072
51-10013
101-150-8


Women's Rank± ELO
1-102
11-2017
21-5054
51-100-1
101-150-23