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Most double faults or unforced errors hit in a match?

Does anybody know the answer to these questions?

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Re: Most double faults or unforced errors hit in a match?

Maybe Karlovic vs Falla last year. Karlovic made 70 unforced errors :retard:

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Re: Most double faults or unforced errors hit in a match?

Regarding double faults, check out the following player's ATP matchstats:

Kristian Pless, ATP matches summer 2008.
Guillermo Coria, ATP matches 2008 and 2006.


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Re: Most double faults or unforced errors hit in a match?

Itd be interesting see if there are any matches where a player had more double faults than unforced errors, maybe Gonzo at the AO a couple years ago?

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Re: Most double faults or unforced errors hit in a match?

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Itd be interesting see if there are any matches where a player had more double faults than unforced errors, maybe Gonzo at the AO a couple years ago?
doesnt double faults count as ue's?
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