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In WTA/ATP rankings it is interesting to know the possibilities for the next edition of the ranking based on possible outcomes of this weeks tournaments and based what stage of the tournament a player reached so far.

Are there any good websites showing the points and ranking based on the performances of the player since the last edition of the ranking. (Perhaps even explaining what the possibilities for their positions are, depending of how successful are they and other players in the rest of tournament.)

closed as primarily opinion-based by Dor Cohen, Azik Abdullah, user527 Jul 16 '13 at 12:28

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  • Please refer to the help center in regards to source requests. – user527 Jul 16 '13 at 12:31
  • Meta question in discussion. – user527 Jul 16 '13 at 13:16
  • The questions seems to be off-topic here. In case someone stumbles upon this because they are interested in the same thing, I'm adding here a link to the same question at Quora. – Martin Jul 27 '13 at 12:53
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We should refer the official site

http://www.atpworldtour.com/rankings/singles.aspx

However if we do not want to wait for every Monday to get updated ranking, this site calculates ranking daily: http://atpranking.net/

  • Nothing simpler than to go to the direct source. – user527 Jul 16 '13 at 12:30
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Two pages I know that have this functionality are:

  • http://live-tennis.eu/ for ATP rankings;
  • http://www.tennis4wta.com/ for WTA rankings. (But this site has too many ads for my liking.) Another feature of this site (apart from live rankings) which I found interesting is that it often provides links to videos of recent interesting matches on youtube. (Maybe the process of adding the videos is somehow automated, because I remember that on some occasions I have seen there youtube link, which has as the title the match between the two players mentioned there, but it was from a computer game, not from the tournament.)

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