Who Will End the ATP 2013 Season World No. 1?

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Who Will End the ATP 2013 Season World No. 1?
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Feeling the heat - Andy Murray with Miami 2013 finalist David ferrer

ANDY MURRAY

Following his recent Miami Masters victory, many in the tennis community are tipping the world No. 2 to end the year one spot higher—but is this really going to happen?

The ATP world rankings and points tally currently stand as follows: 

1. Novak Djokovic - 12,370 pts

2. Andy Murray      - 8,750 pts

3. Roger Federer   - 8,670 pts

4. David Ferrer      - 7,050 pts

5. Rafael Nadal      - 6,385 pts

Murray currently lags 3,620 ranking points behind world No. 1 Novak Djokovic. Is it likely the Scotsman will close the rankings points gap on the Serb between now and Wimbledon?

 


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