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I'm trying not to pay too much attention to the rankings because calculations can distract you.
If there were rankings for press conferences, I wouldn't have to worry about dropping out of the top five, I hope.
I had set a goal with my team to try and get back to the top of the rankings, but I never thought with the depth in the game this year that I would have been able to get it back so quickly.
At KaBOOM! we are crowd-sourcing a nationwide Map of Play that uses GIS data and user rankings to identify where the engaging playgrounds are located, but more importantly, where they are not.
Rankings are not so important. I am only focused on winning tournaments.
Two years ago, of course, I was just a rookie and listened to everybody. In a way I am still a rookie. I'm only 23 and I'll be surrounded by great players who have played in a lot more Ryder Cups than myself. But the rankings say I am the best player at the moment and so that brings a responsibility.
The reason I didn't take the baseball route is because they don't have rankings for baseball players.
If they had rankings in baseball, maybe I would have been able to do the math and figure out my chances of being a professional baseball player versus a tennis player. But that was the decision-maker for me, I just thought I was better in tennis.
Missouri remains a low tax, efficiently run state, according to all prominent national rankings.
The more games I will play, the faster I will be back on a top spot in the world rankings.
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