The top 10 players in the world are so strong that their ranking positions often never change that much.
The biggest and most unusual shifts in the Top Five this year were David Ferrer going as high as three and Roger Federer dipping as low as five.
Though the ninth and 10th spots in the men's ATP rankings are likely to change from time to time, most of the players remain close to the exclusive category no matter how they perform.
As the end of the year and the World Tour Finals draw closer, it becomes easier to tell who will be in which spots.
However, I predict that a few things will change around by 2014. Here are my projected top 10 players and rankings.