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 #41073  por sakura698
 15 Feb 2020 05:41
Andy Murray may have taken over as world No 1, but Novak Djokovic is still in close proximity and can move back to the top of the rankings at the ATP World Tour Finals in London from November 13-20. Murrays win at last weeks Paris Masters took him on to 11,185 points, 405 ahead of Djokovics total of 10,780.The points on offer at the O2 are as follows: - 200 points for winning a group match, of which each player has three.- 400 points for winning a semi-final.- 500 points for winning the tournament.It means that a maximum of 1,500 points are on offer to any player who wins all five matches, while a player who wins the tournament but loses a group match will collect 1,300 points. Mark Petchey analyses Murrays group at the O2 There are many permutations for who will end the tournament as world No 1, but the key ones to remember are:- Murray will stay world No 1 if he matches or betters Djokovics results.- Djokovic will take back over as world No 1 if he wins all five matches, irrespective of Murrays results. Tour Finals: Panel predictions See how our Sky Sports pundits think the ATP World Tour Finals will go and cast your vote Current ATP world rankings1 Andy Murray (GB) 11,185 points2 Novak Djokovic (Srb) 10,780 points3 Stan Wawrinka (Sui) 5,115 points4 Milos Raonic (Can) 5,050 points5 Kei Nishikori (Jpn) 4,705 points6 Gael Monfils (Fra) 3,625 points7 Marin Cilic (Cro) 3,450 points8 Rafael Nadal (Esp) 3,300 points9 Dominic Thiem (Aut) 3,215 points10 Tomas Berdych (Cze) 3,060 pointsWatch every day of the ATP World Tour Finals, from November 13-20, live on Sky Sports. Full schedule here. 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With the amount of money given to players by their clubs these days, it is a wonder that so many of those teams allow the sport to continue to take away many of their assets so they can play for a different team in the middle of their season. After focusing on a pair of no-cut events with smaller fields, DFS golf returns to a traditional tournament format with a full field and a cut for this weeks Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas.Our experts have put together the players they believe have the skills to succeed and provide big fantasy point totals. This weeks panel is comprised of Jason Sobel, Jonathan Coachman and Bob Harig as well as FantasyGolfInsiders Jeff Bergerson, Zach Turcotte, Taras Pitra and Jason Rouslin.Note: Golfer salaries listed are for DraftKings.Jason Sobel -- Alex Cejka ($8,300)From Ryan Moore to Charley Hoffman to Scott Piercy, there are a handful of Vegas residents in this weeks field, but my pick is the guy who was part of the runner-up logjam at this event last year. Cejka had a decent finish at the CIMB Classic two weeks ago and he should be accustomed to desert golf. On a week when just finishing Low Vegas Resident is an accomplishment, I like Cejka to take it.Bob Harig -- Ryan Moore ($11,000)The Las Vegas native returns home, and if he can get over the jet lag of being in Asia for two weeks, he should be quite comfortable at the Shriners tournament. He is ranked 32nd in the world after his playoff loss at the Tour Championship which led to a strong Ryder Cup performance. He is coming off a tie for 23rd at the WGC-HSBC Champions in China.Jonathan Coachman -- Brooks Koepka ($10,700)This is one of my favorite tournaments of the year. I also think that the bigger names are starting to take the fall series very seriously. These events can set a player up for the rest of the season. For those reasons I am picking Brooks Koepka to win this week. I think he is now motivated after the Ryder Cup to become a perennial top player week in and week out.Taras Pitra -- William McGirt ($8,700)MccGirt has the course history working in his favor this week as hes only missed one cut in five appearances.dddddddddddd McGirts strengths are primarily from tee to green, which should play well here. My guess is that the general public will be off of him due to his lack of driving distance, so he could be a solid cash game play with GPP upside as well.Jeff Bergerson -- Kevin Streelman ($8,000)I am looking for a guy that has shown a track record of making cuts at TPC Summerlin. Streelman has made six consecutive cuts here and has top 25s in each of his last five. Last week at Sanderson Farms, he turned in a respectable T-18. He is not a guy who will garner much attention, which is another reason I like him this week. At only $8,000, he will allow you flexibility with the rest of your roster.Zach Turcotte -- Nick Watney ($7,500)After missing most of last season due to an injury, Watney returned to the tour this fall to little fanfare. With fantasy golf still in the early phases of growth, missing last season will keep him below the radar until he has a solid result. Watney made the cut in his first event back at the Safeway a few weeks ago and arrives this week at a course where he has tremendous history, making six straight cuts with five finishes in the top 16.Jason Rouslin -- Ben Martin ($7,600)Martin will look to have a soild start to his 2016-2017 season and make it all the way to the Tour Championship after he was knocked out at the BMW last season. He comes off the Sanderson where he placed 18th, and comes back to TPC Sumerlin where he won in 2014. Clearly he loves the course, and the recent form is there, so this means some great value at $7,600. ' ' '