Monday, 25 September 2017

Men's ELO Rankings 25/09/2017

After a week long break, the ATP World Tour returned this week with 2 tournaments, in St. Petersburg and Metz.

Peter Gojowczyk.  © Gallo Images

Sunday, 24 September 2017

Women's ELO Rankings 25/09/2017

With the Asian swing of the WTA Tour fully under way, there were 3 tournaments held this week, in Tokyo, Seoul and Guangzhou.

Zhang Shuai, © Zhong Zhi/Getty Images

Sunday, 17 September 2017

Women's ELO Rankings 18/09/2017

We're in the final stages of this year's WTA Tour, and this week, there were 2 tournaments held, in Tokyo and Quebec City.

Zarina Diyas, © KAZUHIRO NOGI/AFP/Getty Images

Monday, 11 September 2017

Men's ELO Rankings 11/09/2017

The final Grand Slam tournament of the year, the U.S. Open, took place in the past 2 weeks, how did that effect my ratings?

Andrey Rublev, © Getty

Sunday, 10 September 2017

Women's ELO Rankings 11/09/2017

The final Grand Slam tournament of the year, the U.S. Open, took place in the past 2 weeks, how did that effect my ratings?


Sloane Stephens, © Mike Frey / BPI / REX / Shutterstock

Saturday, 9 September 2017

2017 US Open Final Update

It's the final of the US Open, and we're about to crown the winners of the final 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:

Thursday, 7 September 2017

2017 US Open Semi Finals Update

The quarter finals of the US Open is over, and as the semi finals are starting later today, let's take a look at how that impacted my rankings of the players still in.

The current leaders in the Big Gainer of the tournament awards are Andrey Rublev (+48) and Coco Vandeweghe (+49). Rublev is out of the tournament, but will win the award if Rafael Nadal wins the title, otherwise it will go to whoever wins the tournament. Vandeweghe will win the award if she wins the tournament, or if she loses to Venus Williams in the final, otherwise it will go to whoever wins the title.

View my predictions from round 4 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
1-10-14
11-20-22
21-5085
51-10022
101-15016


Women's Rank± ELO
1-10-23
11-2053
21-5026
51-100-96
101-150125