Men's Tennis: Predicting the Top 10 at the End of 2013

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Men's Tennis: Predicting the Top 10 at the End of 2013
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The ATP World Tour has recently put a cap on what was an exceptional 2012 season.

For the first time since 2003, four different players won the four majors. Each member of the "Big Four" captured one in the order of their preseason rankings.

Like the top four, the top 10 remained relatively steady throughout the year, but radical changes could be coming soon.

In the following slides, I will dissect and analyze my predictions for who will finish 2013 in the top 10; what will the rankings look like 52 weeks from today?

This year, the top ten looked like, in reverse order: Gasquet, Tipsarevic, Tsonga, Del Potro, Berdych, Ferrer, Nadal, Murray, Federer and Djokovic.

There could be incomers, outgoers or simply shifts in the top 10 itself in 2013.

Finishing among the top 10, or eight, is a very prestigious honor in the world of tennis, and at least 20 people have a chance heading into 2013. 

Who will prevail?

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