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Old Dec 30th, 2012, 02:43 PM   #143
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Re: Caroline's Ranking Breakdown

Here's a breakdown of Caro's ranking points at the end of the 2012 season:


Mandatory tournaments

Australian Open - 500 points (quarterfinal)
Indian Wells - 140 points (4th round)
Miami - 450 points (semifinal)
Madrid - 140 points (3rd round)
French Open - 160 points (3rd round)
Wimbledon - 5 points (1st round)
US Open - 5 points (1st round)
Beijing - 140 (3rd round)

Best premier 5 tournaments

Tokyo - 225 points (quarters)
Montreal - 395 points (semi)

Best 6 optional tournaments

Dubai - 200 points (semi)
Copenhagen - 200 points (final!)
New Haven - 200 points (semi)
Seoul - 280 points (title!!!)
Moscow - 470 points (title!!!)
Sofia - 255 points (final!)
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Last edited by Protoss : Dec 30th, 2012 at 03:59 PM. Reason: corrected Indian Wells point total
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