Thursday, February 16, 2017

Rankings, TV schedule, calendar

WORLD RANKINGS
   Players with Northern California ties ranked in the top 1,000 in the world (change from previous week in parentheses):
Men's singles
   No. 29 (-2) -- Sam Querrey, 29-year-old San Francisco native.
   No. 179 (-1) -- Dennis Novikov, 23-year-old resident of Milpitas in San Francisco Bay Area.
   No. 258 (career high, +8) -- Mackenzie McDonald, 21-year-old product of Piedmont in San Francisco Bay Area.
   No. 405 (-1) -- Dmitry Tursunov, 34-year-old resident of Folsom in Sacramento area, 
   No. 720 (-3) -- Ryan Haviland, 36-year-old former Stanford All-American.
   No. 764 (-2) -- Bradley Klahn, 26-year-old former NCAA singles champion from Stanford.
   No. 810 (-5) -- John Lamble, 24-year-old Saratoga resident and former Santa Clara star. 
   No. 813 (-4) -- Collin Altamirano, 21-year-old Sacramento native and resident.
   No. 865 (-4) -- Connor Farren, 22-year-old product former USC standout from Hillsborough in San Francisco Bay Area.
Men's doubles
   No. 3 (no change) -- Bob Bryan, 38-year-old former NCAA singles and doubles champion from Stanford..
   No. 3 (no change) -- Mike Bryan, 38-year-old former NCAA doubles champion from Stanford.
   No. 60 (-2) -- Scott Lipsky, 35-year-old former Stanford All-American.
   No. 95 (-20) -- Sam Querrey, 29-year-old San Francisco native.
   No. 159 (-1) -- Dennis Novikov, 23-year-old resident of Milpitas in San Francisco Bay Area.
   No. 268 (-1) -- Mackenzie McDonald, 21-year-old product of Piedmont in San Francisco Bay Area.
   No. 395 (+19) -- John Paul Fruttero, 35-year-old former Cal All-American.
   No. 539 (-2) -- John Lamble, 24-year-old Saratoga resident and former Santa Clara star
   No. 709 (+117) -- Bradley Klahn, 26-year-old former NCAA singles champion from Stanford.
Women's singles
   No. 52 (-1) -- Sloane Stephens, 23-year-old Fresno product. 
   No. 73 (no change) -- CiCi Bellis, 17-year-old product of Atherton in San Francisco Bay Area.
   No. 88 (+2) -- Nicole Gibbs, 23-year-old former NCAA singles and doubles champion from Stanford..
   No. 222 (+5) -- Kristie Ahn, 24-year-old former Stanford All-American.
   No. 414 (-1) -- Maria Sanchez, 27-year-old Modesto product.
   No. 510 (no change) -- Carol Zhao, 21-year-old former Stanford star.
   No. 710 (+1) -- Michaela Gordon, 17-year-old resident of Saratoga in San Francisco Bay Area
Women's doubles
   No. 20 (no change) -- Raquel Atawo (formerly Kops-Jones), 34-year-old San Jose resident and 2003 NCAA doubles champion from Cal.
   No. 61 (no change) -- Maria Sanchez, 27-year-old Modesto product.
   No. 162 (+1) -- Nicole Gibbs, 23-year-old former NCAA singles and doubles champion from Stanford.
   No. 331 (-4) -- Carol Zhao, 21-year-old former Stanford star.   
   No. 403 (-1) -- Kristie Ahn, 24-year-old former Stanford All-American.
   No. 440 (no change) -- CiCi Bellis, 17-year-old product of Atherton in San Francisco Bay Area.
   No. 604 (+2) -- Maegan Manasse, 21-year-old Cal senior.
   No. 707 (+4) -- Felicity Maltby, 19-year-old Sunnyvale resident.
   No. 726 (+4) -- Alexandra Facey, 24-year-old product of Cameron Park in Sacramento area. 
   No. 726 (+4) -- Kat Facey, 24-year-old product of Cameron Park in Sacramento area.
   No. 732 (+4) -- Michaela Gordon, 17-year-old resident of Saratoga in San Francisco Bay Area. 
   No. 885 (-3) -- Sloane Stephens, 23-year-old Fresno product.  
TV SCHEDULE 
(All broadcasts on Tennis Channel; all times in California)
Today
   Rotterdam (men), early rounds, 2:30 p.m. (taped).
   Rotterdam/Buenos Aires (men), early rounds, 7 p.m. (taped).
Friday 
   Rotterdam (men), quarterfinals, 3:30 a.m. (live).
   Memphis (men), quarterfinals, 2:30 p.m. (live).
   Rotterdam/Buenos Aires/Memphis (men), quarterfinals, 10 p.m. (taped).
Saturday
   Rotterdam (men), semifinals, 6 a.m. (live), 4 p.m. (taped).
   Memphis (men), semifinals, 2 and 5:30 p.m. (live).
   Rotterdam/Memphis (men), semifinals, 7:30 p.m. (taped).
Sunday
   Rotterdam (men), final, 6:30 a.m. (live).
   Rotterdam/Buenos Aires, finals, 9 a.m.
   Memphis (men), final, 1 p.m. (live).
   Rotterdam/Buenos Aires/Memphis (men), finals, 3:30 and 11:30 p.m. (taped).
CALENDAR
   March 6-19-- BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells. 2016 champions: Novak Djokovic, Victoria Azarenka, Pierre-Hugues Herbert/Nicolas Mahut, Bethanie Mattek-Sands/CoCo Vandeweghe.
   March 20-26 -- USTA International Spring Championships, Carson, Calif.
   March 25-April 2 -- Easter Bowl, Indian Wells.
   April 1-2, 8-9 -- Gold River Junior Championships, Gold River Racquet Club, Gold River, Calif.
   April 7-9 -- Maze Cup (Northern California vs. Southern California juniors), Bakersfield.

   April 22-23 -- Fed Cup semifinals.
   April 26-29 -- Pacific-12 Conference Men's and Women's Championships, Ojai, Calif.
   April 27-30 -- Big West Conference Men's and Women's Championships, Indian Wells.
   April 27-29 -- West Coast Conference Men's and Women's Championships, Claremont, Calif.
   April 27-30 -- Mountain West Conference Women's Championships, Las Vegas.
   April 28-30 -- Mountain West Conference Men's Championships, Boise, Idaho
   April 28-30 -- Big Sky Conference Men's and Women's Championships, Phoenix.
   April 29-30, May 6-7 -- Rio Del Oro Junior Championships, Rio Del Oro Racquet Club, Sacramento.
   May 12-14 -- NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Team Championships, first and second rounds at campus sites.
   May 18-29 -- NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Championships, Athens, Ga.
   May 28-June 11 -- FRENCH OPEN, Paris. 2015 champions: Novak Djokovic, Garbine Muguruza, Feliciano Lopez/Marc Lopez, Caroline Garcia/Kristina Mladenovic, Martina Hingis/Leander Paes.

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