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Bagel Hall of Fame & Bagel Hall of Shame (active players)

Bagel Hall of Fame - Active players with more than 30 bagels at main tour level


Complete for the end of the 2016 ATP Tour. Statistics include all Grand Slam tournaments, the ATP World Tour finals (or former quivalents), all ATP World Tour 1000/500/250 tournaments (or former equivalents), all Davis Cup matches, and the Olympic Games.

Qualifying rounds are not counted. Challenger and Futures tournaments are not counted, neither is the Hopman Cup nor exhibitions.

A summary of this post:
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Player			Country	Bagels Baked	Bagels Eaten	Bagel Ratio
Rafael NADAL		ESP	91		13		7.00
Roger FEDERER		SUI	90		4		22.50
Novak DJOKOVIC		SRB	87		8		10.88
David FERRER		ESP	74		21		3.52
Andy MURRAY		GBR	65		13		5.00
Tomas BERDYCH		CZE	47		21		2.24
Mikhail YOUZHNY		RUS	44		27		1.63
Tommy ROBREDO		ESP	40		26		1.54
Fernando VERDASCO	ESP	38	 	19		2.00
Richard GASQUET		FRA	36		17		2.12
Radek STEPANEK		CZE	36		21		1.71
Juan MONACO		ARG	33		26		1.27
Tommy HAAS		DEU	32		16		2.00
Players that may make this list next year include: Tipsarevic [29], Volandri [28], Simon [27], and Kohlschreiber[25].

BLUE signifies a double bagel
RED signifies a triple bagel


Rafael NADAL – 91 bagels
1) Andreas Seppi - US Open, 2016
2) Facundo Bagnis - Roland Garros, 2016
3) Joao Sousa - Madrid, 2016
4) Gael Monfils - Monte Carlo, 2016
5) Alexander Zverev - Indian Wells, 2016
6) Fernando Verdasco - Indian Wells, 2016
7) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Shanghai, 2015
8) Marsel Ilhan - Rome, 2015
9) Facundo Arguello - Buenos Aires, 2015
10) Pablo Cuevas - Rio de Janeiro, 2015
11) Dudi Sela - Australian Open, 2015
12) Richard Gasquet - Beijing, 2014
13) David Ferrer - Roland Garros, 2014
14) Robby Ginepri - Roland Garros, 2014
15) Robby Ginepri - Roland Garros, 2014

16) Juan Monaco - Madrid, 2014
17) Denis Istomin - Miami, 2014
18) Joao Sousa - Rio de Janeiro, 2014
19) Sergiy Stakhovsky - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2013
20) Sergiy Stakhovsky - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2013

21) Tommy Robredo - US Open, 2013
22) Rogerio Dutra Silva - US Open, 2013
23) Jesse Levine - Montreal, 2013
24) Pablo Andujar - Madrid, 2013
25) David Ferrer - Madrid, 2013
26) Milos Raonic - Barcelona, 2013
27) Albert Ramos - Barcelona, 2013
28) David Ferrer - Acapulco, 2013
29) Martin Alund - Acapulco, 2013
30) Juan Monaco - Roland Garros, 2012
31) Juan Monaco - Roland Garros, 2012

32) Denis Istomin - Roland Garros, 2012
33) David Ferrer - Rome, 2012
34) Fernando Verdasco - Barcelona, 2012
35) Santiago Giraldo - Miami, 2012
36) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Davis Cup WG Semi-Finals, 2011
37) Richard Gasquet - Davis Cup WG Semi-Finals, 2011
38) Gilles Muller - Wimbledon, 2011
39) Antonio Veic - Roland Garros, 2011
40) Paolo Lorenzi - Rome, 2011
41) Rik de Voest - Indian Wells, 2011
42) Marcos Daniel - Australian Open, 2011
43) Karol Beck - Doha, 2011
44) Robin Haase - Wimbledon, 2010
45) Fernando Verdasco - Monte Carlo, 2010
46) Michael Berrer - Monte Carlo, 2010
47) Thiemo de Bakker - Monte Carlo, 2010
48) Nikolay Davydenko - Doha, 2010
49) Tomas Berdych - Davis Cup Final, 2009
50) Fernando Gonzalez - US Open, 2009
51) Nicolas Kiefer - US Open, 2009
52) Robin Soderling - Rome, 2009
53) Christophe Rochus - Barcelona, 2009
54) Nicolas Lapentti - Monte Carlo, 2009
55) David Nalbandian - Indian Wells, 2009
56) Janko Tipsarevic - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2009
57) Christophe Rochus - Australian Open, 2009
58) Fabrice Santoro - Doha, 2009
59) Andy Roddick - Davis Cup WG Semi-Finals, 2008
60) Viktor Troicki - US Open, 2008
61) Jurgen Melzer - Olympic Games, 2008
62) Florent Serra - Cincinatti, 2008
63) Roger Federer - Roland Garros, 2008
64) Fernando Verdasco - Roland Garros, 2008
65) Nicolas Devilder - Roland Garros, 2008
66) Denis Gremelmayr - Barcelona, 2008
67) Mario Ancic - Monte Carlo, 2008
68) Nicolas Kiefer - Davis Cup Quarter-Finals, 2008
69) Mikhail Ledovskikh - Dubai, 2008
70) Florent Serra - Australian Open, 2008
71) Marat Safin - Montréal, 2007
72) Carlos Moya - Roland Garros, 2007
73) Tomas Berdych - Monte Carlo, 2007
74) Juan Martin del Potro - Miami, 2007
75) Andreas Seppi - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2006
76) Tommy Robredo - Barcelona, 2006
77) Marcos Baghdatis - Indian Wells, 2006
78) Vincent Spadea - Wimbledon, 2005
79) David Ferrer - Roland Garros, 2005
80) Sebastien Grosjean - Roland Garros, 2005
81) Mikhail Youzhny - Rome, 2005
82) Gilles Muller - Barcelona, 2005
83) Gaston Gaudio - Monte Carlo, 2005
84) Xavier Malisse - Monte Carlo, 2005
85) Albert Montanes - Acapulco, 2005
86) Alberto Martin - Costa do Sauipe, 2005
87) Gaston Gaudio - Buenos Aires, 2005
88) Julien Benneteau - Australian Open, 2005
89) Ivo Heuberger - US Open, 2004
90) Albert Portas - Bastad, 2003
91) Juan Antonio Marin - Barcelona, 2003



Roger FEDERER – 90 bagels
1) Marcus Willis - Wimbledon, 2016
2) Florian Mayer - Halle, 2015
3) Tomas Berdych - Indian Wells, 2015
4) James Duckworth - Brisbane, 2015
5) Andy Murray - World Tour Finals, 2014
6) Julien Benneteau - Shanghai, 2014
7) Peter Polansky - Toronto, 2014
8) Adrian Mannarino - US Open, 2013
9) Victor Hanescu - Wimbledon, 2013
10) Mischa Zverev - Halle, 2013
11) Mischa Zverev - Halle, 2013

12) Malek Jaziri - Dubai, 2013
13) Stanislas Wawrinka - Shanghai, 2012
14) Novak Djokovic - Cincinatti, 2012
15) Juan Martin del Potro - Roland Garros, 2012
16) Michael Llodra - Dubai, 2012
17) Rafael Nadal - World Tour Finals, 2011
18) Juan Monaco - US Open, 2011
19) Maxime Teixeira - Roland Garros, 2011
20) Juan Ignacio Chela - Indian Wells, 2011
21) Alejandro Falla - Wimbledon, 2010
22) Julian Reister - Roland Garros, 2010
23) Igor Andreev - Australian Open, 2010
24) Nikolay Davydenko - Australian Open, 2010
25) Potito Starace - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2009
26) Robin Soderling - US Open, 2009
27) Tommy Haas - Roland Garros, 2009
28) Juan Martin del Potro - Australian Open, 2009
29) Juan Martin del Potro - Australian Open, 2009

30) Maximo Gonzalez - US Open, 2008
31) Robby Ginepri - Cincinatti, 2008
32) Albert Montanes - Roland Garros, 2008
33) Fabrice Santoro - Australian Open, 2008
34) Diego Hartfield - Australian Open, 2008
35) Diego Hartfield - Australian Open, 2008

36) Guillermo Canas - Madrid, 2007
37) Potito Starace - Roland Garros, 2007
38) Rafael Nadal - Hamburg, 2007
39) David Ferrer - Monte Carlo, 2007
40) Andy Roddick - Australian Open, 2007
41) Bjorn Phau - Australian Open, 2007
42) James Blake - Tennis Masters Cup, 2006
43) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Basel, 2006
44) Fernando Gonzalez - Madrid, 2006
45) David Nalbandian - Madrid, 2006
46) James Blake - US Open, 2006
47) Vincent Spadea - US Open, 2006
48) Jimmy Wang - US Open, 2006
49) Dmitry Tursunov - Toronto, 2006
50) Rafael Nadal - Wimbledon, 2006
51) Jonas Bjorkman - Wimbledon, 2006
52) Tim Henman - Wimbledon, 2006
53) Tomas Berdych - Halle, 2006
54) Alberto Martin - Monte Carlo, 2006
55) Arnaud Clement - Miami, 2006
56) James Blake - Indian Wells, 2006
57) Marcos Baghdatis - Australian Open, 2006
58) Nicolas Kiefer - Australian Open, 2006
59) Tommy Haas - Australian Open, 2006
60) Florian Mayer - Australian Open, 2006
61) Gaston Gaudio - Tennis Masters Cup, 2005
62) Gaston Gaudio - Tennis Masters Cup, 2005

63) Guillermo Coria - Tennis Masters Cup, 2005
64) Alan Mackin - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2005
65) Alan Mackin - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2005

66) Dudi Sela - Roland Garros, 2005
67) Andy Roddick - Bangkok, 2004
68) Lleyton Hewitt - US Open, 2004
69) Lleyton Hewitt - US Open, 2004

70) Fabrice Santoro - US Open, 2004
71) Lleyton Hewitt - Wimbledon, 2004
72) Alejandro Falla - Wimbledon, 2004
73) Alex Bogdanovic - Wimbledon, 2004
74) Mardy Fish - Halle, 2004
75) Lleyton Hewitt - Hamburg, 2004
76) Lleyton Hewitt - Australian Open, 2004
77) Todd Reid - Australian Open, 2004
78) Alex Bogomolov Jr. - Australian Open, 2004
79) Andre Agassi - Tennis Masters Cup, 2003
80) David Nalbandian - Tennis Masters Cup, 2003
81) Jean-Rene Lisnard - US Open, 2003
82) Fabrice Santoro - Davis Cup Quarter-Finals, 2003
83) Fabrice Santoro - Rotterdam, 2003
84) Lars Burgsmuller - Australian Open, 2003
85) Jiri Novak - Tennis Masters Cup, 2002
86) Denis Golovalov - Moscow, 2002
87) Gustavo Kuerten - Hamburg, 2002
88) Bohdan Ulihrach - Hamburg, 2002
89) John van Lottum - s’-Hertogenbosch, 2001
90) Andrei Pavel - Rotterdam, 2001



Novak DJOKOVIC – 87 bagels
1) Dominic Thiem - World Tour Finals, 2016
2) James Ward - Wimbledon, 2016
3) Milos Raonic - Indian Wells, 2016
4) Stan Wawrinka - Paris, 2015
5) Marin Cilic - US Open, 2015
6) Marin Cilic - Monte Carlo, 2015
7) Andreas Haider-Maurer - Monte Carlo, 2015
8) Andy Murray - Miami, 2015
9) Alexandr Dolgopolov - Miami, 2015
10) Steve Darcis - Miami, 2015
11) Martin Klizan - Miami, 2015
12) Tomas Berdych - Dubai, 2015
13) Andy Murray - Australian Open, 2015
14) Stan Wawrinka - Australian Open, 2015
15) Andrey Kuznetsov - Australian Open, 2015
16) Kei Nishikori - World Tour Finals, 2014
17) Stan Wawrinka - Indian Wells, 2014
18) Tomas Berdych - Beijing, 2014
19) Paul-Henri Mathieu - US Open, 2014
20) Andrey Golubev - Wimbledon, 2014
21) Pablo Carreno Busta - Monte Carlo, 2014
22) Albert Montanes - Monte Carlo, 2014
23) Fabio Fognini - Australian Open, 2014
24) Leonardo Mayer - Australian Open, 2014
25) Marcel Granollers - Shanghai, 2013
26) Lukas Rosol - Beijing, 2013
27) Vasek Pospisil - Davis Cup WG Semi-Finals, 2013
28) Mikhail Youzhny - US Open, 2013
29) Marcel Granollers - US Open, 2013
30) Marcel Granollers - US Open, 2013

31) Joao Sousa - US Open, 2013
32) David Goffin - Cincinatti, 2013
33) Guido Pella - Roland Garros, 2013
34) Sam Querrey - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2013
35) Lukas Rosol - Miami, 2013
36) Sam Querrey - Indian Wells, 2013
37) Fabio Fognini - Indian Wells, 2013
38) Andreas Seppi - Dubai, 2013
39) Sam Querrey - Paris, 2012
40) Paolo Lorenzi - US Open, 2012
41) Nikolay Davydenko - Cincinatti, 2012
42) Blaz Kavcic - Roland Garros, 2012
43) Juan Monaco - Miami, 2012
44) Pablo Andujar - Indian Wells, 2012
45) Nicolas Mahut - Australian Open, 2012
46) Paolo Lorenzi - Australian Open, 2012
47) Paolo Lorenzi - Australian Open, 2012

48) Janko Tipsarevic - US Open, 2011
49) Carlos Berlocq - US Open, 2011
50) Carlos Berlocq - US Open, 2011

51) Conor Niland - US Open, 2011
52) Robin Soderling - Rome, 2011
53) Lukasz Kubot - Rome, 2011
54) James Blake - Miami, 2011
55) Denis Istomin - Miami, 2011
56) Viktor Troicki - Indian Wells, 2011
57) Ernests Gulbis - Indian Wells, 2011
58) Andrey Golubev - Indian Wells, 2011
59) Nicolas Almagro - Australian Open, 2011
60) Ivan Dodig - Australian Open, 2011
61) Ivan Ljubicic - Dubai, 2010
62) Jan Hernych - Basel, 2009
63) Jan Hernych - Basel, 2009

64) Viktor Troicki - Beijing, 2009
65) Janko Tipsarevic - Belgrade, 2009
66) Albert Montanes - Rome, 2009
67) Albert Montanes - Monte Carlo, 2009
68) Michael Berrer - Wimbledon, 2008
69) David Nalbandian - Queen's Club, 2008
70) Radek Stepanek - Rome, 2008
71) Steve Darcis - Rome, 2008
72) Sam Querrey - Monte Carlo, 2008
73) Andy Murray - Monte Carlo, 2008
74) David Ferrer - Australian Open, 2008
75) Benjamin Becker - Australian Open, 2008
76) Stanislas Wawrinka - Vienna, 2007
77) Potito Starace - Wimbledon, 2007
78) Andy Murray - Miami, 2007
79) Feliciano Lopez - Miami, 2007
80) Nicolas Massu - Australian Open, 2007
81) Jan Hajek - Adelaide, 2007
82) Daniele Bracciali - Metz, 2006
83) Donald Young - US Open, 2006
84) Boris Pashanski - Amersfoort, 2006
85) Robby Ginepri - Roland Garros, 2005
86) Robby Ginepri - Roland Garros, 2005

87) Genius Chidzikwe - Davis Cup EAG 1st Round, 2005



David FERRER – 74 bagels
1) Fabio Fognini - US Open, 2016
2) Evgeny Donskoy - Roland Garros, 2016
3) Radu Albot - US Open, 2015
4) Simone Bolelli - Roland Garros, 2015
5) Albert Ramos-Vinolas - Madrid, 2015
6) Gilles Simon - Miami, 2015
7) Ryan Harrison - Acapulco, 2015
8) Ryan Harrison - Acapulco, 2015

9) Thomaz Bellucci - Australian Open, 2015
10) Mikhail Youzhny - Cincinnati, 2014
11) Alexander Zverev - Hamburg, 2014
12) Pablo Andujar - Hamburg, 2014
13) Victor Hanescu - Bastad, 2014
14) Pablo Carreno Busta - Wimbledon, 2014
15) Jeremy Chardy - Monte Carlo, 2014
16) Teymuraz Gabashvili - Miami, 2014
17) Adrian Mannarino - Australian Open, 2014
18) Lukas Rosol - Paris, 2013
19) Jerzy Janowicz - Valencia, 2013
20) Jurgen Melzer - Miami, 2013
21) Antonio Veic - Acapulco, 2013
22) David Nalbandian - Buenos Aires, 2013
23) Tim Smyczek - Australian Open, 2013
24) Paolo Lorenzi - Doha, 2013
25) Lleyton Hewitt - US Open, 2012
26) Tommy Robredo - Bastad, 2012
27) Igor Sijsling - 's-Hertogenbosch, 2012
28) Marcel Granollers - Roland Garros, 2012
29) Mikhail Youzhny - Roland Garros, 2012
30) Gilles Simon - Rome, 2012
31) Albert Montanes - Barcelona, 2012
32) Filip Krajinovic - Barcelona, 2012
33) Andres Molteni - Buenos Aires, 2012
34) Igor Andreev - US Open, 2011
35) Adrian Mannarino - Madrid, 2011
36) Feliciano Lopez - Monte Carlo, 2011
37) Michael Russell - Australian Open, 2011
38) Thomaz Bellucci - Barcelona, 2010
39) Simone Bolelli - Barcelona, 2010
40) Ivan Ljubicic - Monte Carlo, 2010
41) Stanislas Wawrinka - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2010
42) Fernando Gonzalez - Acapulco, 2010
43) Frederico Gil - Buenos Aires, 2010
44) Frederico Gil - Australian Open, 2010
45) Frederico Gil - Australian Open, 2010

46) Viktor Troicki - Montréal, 2009
47) Marc Gicquel - Monte Carlo, 2009
48) Viktor Troicki - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2009
49) Dudi Sela - Johannesburg, 2009
50) Fabrice Santoro - Roland Garros, 2008
51) Fabrice Santoro - Roland Garros, 2008

52) Janko Tipsarevic - Monte Carlo, 2008
53) Tommy Haas - Dubai, 2008
54) Gilles Simon - Bastad, 2007
55) Paul Goldstein - Barcelona, 2007
56) Paul Goldstein - Barcelona, 2007

57) Christophe Rochus - Rotterdam, 2007
58) Radek Stepanek - Australian Open, 2007
59) Mardy Fish - Auckland, 2007
60) Daniele Bracciali - Auckland, 2007
61) Nicolas Almagro - Cincinatti, 2006
62) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Roland Garros, 2006
63) Nicolas Massu - Monte Carlo, 2006
64) Karol Kucera - US Open, 2005
65) Carlos Moya - Umag, 2005
66) Jiri Vanek - Roland Garros, 2005
67) Gaston Gaudio - Rome, 2005
68) Alex Corretja - Costa do Sauipe, 2005
69) Mariano Puerta - Viña del Mar, 2005
70) Dominik Hrbaty - Hamburg, 2004
71) Fernando Verdasco - Chennai, 2004
72) Hicham Arazi - Metz, 2003
73) Hicham Arazi - Umag, 2003
74) Andrea Gaudenzi - Bucharest, 2002



Andy MURRAY – 65 bagels
1) Lucas Pouille - Paris, 2016
2) Martin Klizan - Vienna, 2016
3) Steve Johnson - Olympic Games, 2016
4) Richard Gasquet - Roland Garros, 2016
5) Radek Stepanek - Roland Garros, 2016
6) Jeremy Chardy - Rome, 2016
7) Milos Raonic - Monte Carlo, 2016
8) Sam Groth - Australian Open, 2016
9) David Goffin - Paris, 2015
10) Thanasi Kokkinakis - Davis Cup WG Semi-Finals, 2015
11) Kei Nishikori - Montreal, 2015
12) Gilles Simon - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2015
13) Marcel Granollers - Madrid, 2015
14) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Madrid, 2015
15) Joao Sousa - Dubai, 2015
16) Tomas Berdych - Australian Open, 2015
17) Juan Monaco - Shenzhen, 2014
18) Blaz Rola - Wimbledon, 2014
19) Gael Monfils - Roland Garros, 2014
20) Matthew Ebden - Miami, 2014
21) Mousa Shanan Zayed - Doha, 2014
22) Mousa Shanan Zayed - Doha, 2014

23) Borna Coric - Davis Cup WG Play-Offs, 2013
24) Marin Cilic - US Open, 2012
25) Tatsuma Ito - Roland Garros, 2012
26) Viktor Troicki - Monte Carlo, 2012
27) Michael Llodra - Australian Open, 2012
28) Gilles Muller - Brisbane, 2012
29) Kei Nishikori - Shanghai, 2011
30) Rafael Nadal - Tokyo, 2011
31) Donald Young - Bangkok, 2011
32) Sebo Kiss - Davis Cup EAG2 3rd Round, 2011
33) Robin Haase - US Open, 2011
34) Laurent Bram - Davis Cup EAG2 2nd Round, 2011
35) Laurent Bram - Davis Cup EAG2 2nd Round, 2011
36) Laurent Bram - Davis Cup EAG2 2nd Round, 2011

37) Daniel Gimeno-Traver - Wimbledon, 2011
38) Daniel Gimeno-Traver - Wimbledon, 2011

39) Gilles Simon - Madrid, 2011
40) Dustin Brown - US Open, 2010
41) Feliciano Lopez - Los Angeles, 2010
42) Paul Capdeville - US Open, 2009
43) Viktor Troicki - Miami, 2009
44) Rafael Nadal - Rotterdamm, 2009
45) Jurgen Melzer - Australian Open, 2009
46) Fernando Verdasco - St. Petersburg, 2008
47) Simone Bolelli - Madrid, 2008
48) Sergio Roitman - US Open, 2008
49) Jose Acasuso - Roland Garros, 2008
50) Jonathan Eysseric - Roland Garros, 2008
51) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Australian Open, 2008
52) Thomas Johansson - Doha, 2008
53) Rainer Schuettler - Doha, 2008
54) Olivier Rochus - Doha, 2008
55) Richard Gasquet - Paris, 2007
56) Tommy Robredo - Metz, 2007
57) Pablo Cuevas - US Open, 2007
58) Kristian Pless - San Jose, 2007
59) Alberto Martin - Australian Open, 2007
60) Alberto Martin - Australian Open, 2007

61) Juan Ignacio Chela - Paris, 2006
62) Alessio di Mauro - US Open, 2006
63) Robert Kendrick - Newport, 2006
64) Robert Kendrick - Newport, 2006

65) Paolo Lorenzi - Adelaide, 2006



Tomas BERDYCH – 47 bagels
1) Mirza Basic - Australian Open, 2016
2) Damir Dzumhur - Doha, 2016
3) Tommy Robredo - Cincinnati, 2015
4) Pablo Andujar - Wimbledon, 2015
5) Yoshihito Nishioka - Roland Garros, 2015
6) Simone Bolelli - Dubai, 2015
7) Andreas Seppi - Rotterdam, 2015
8) Rafael Nadal - Australian Open, 2015
9) Carlos Berlocq - Oeiras, 2014
10) Igor Sijsling - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2014
11) Julien Benneteau - US Open, 2013
12) Tommy Robredo - Cincinatti, 2013
13) Martin Alund - Bastad, 2013
14) Denis Istomin - Rome, 2013
15) Steve Darcis - Winston-Salem, 2012
16) Florent Serra - Montpellier, 2012
17) Olivier Rochus - Australian Open, 2012
18) Fernando Verdasco - Beijing, 2011
19) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Beijing, 2011
20) Fabio Fognini - US Open, 2011
21) Fabio Fognini - US Open, 2011

22) Juan Monaco - Cincinnati, 2011
23) Marcel Granollers - Madrid, 2011
24) Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo - Miami, 2011
25) Marco Crugnola - Australian Open, 2011
26) Frederico Gil - Chennai, 2011
27) Tommy Robredo - Shanghai, 2010
28) Richard Gasquet - Monte Carlo, 2010
29) Fernando Verdasco - Indian Wells, 2010
30) Olivier Rochus - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2010
31) Robin Haase - Australian Open, 2010
32) Marcos Baghdatis - Brisbane, 2010
33) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Madrid, 2009
34) Brydan Klein - Brisbane, 2009
35) Fernando Gonzalez - Tokyo, 2008
36) Robert Smeets - Roland Garros, 2008
37) Robert Smeets - Roland Garros, 2008

38) Kittipong Wachiramanowong - Bangkok, 2007
39) Jonas Bjorkman - Wimbledon, 2007
40) Jonas Bjorkman - Wimbledon, 2007

41) Olivier Rochus - World Team Championship, 2007
42) Nicolas Devilder - Munich, 2007
43) Robin Soderling - Monte Carlo, 2007
44) Ivo Minar - Sydney, 2007
45) Florent Serra - Hamburg, 2006
46) Gaston Gaudio - Paris, 2005
47) Ricardo Mello - US Open, 2005



Mikhail YOUZHNY – 44 bagels
1) Pablo Carreno Busta - Roland Garros, 2014
2) Daniel Gimeno-Traver - Monte Carlo, 2013
3) Yen-Hsun Lu - Miami, 2013
4) Bernard Tomic - Basel, 2012
5) Patrik Rosenholm - Stockholm, 2012
6) Igor Kunitsyn - Rotterdam, 2012
7) Igor Kunitsyn - Rotterdam, 2012

8) Ricardo Mello - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2011
9) Yen-Hsun Lu - Miami, 2011
10) Igor Andreev - Kuala Lumpur, 2010
11) Michal Przysiezny - Roland Garros, 2010
12) Santiago Giraldo - Miami, 2010
13) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Valencia, 2009
14) Janko Tipsarevic - Moscow, 2009
15) Paul-Henri Mathieu - US Open, 2009
16) Sergio Roitman - Wimbledon, 2008
17) Mathieu Montcourt - Australian Open, 2008
18) Rafael Nadal - Chennai, 2007
19) Nicolas Devilder - US Open, 2007
20) Nicolas Lapentti - Roland Garros, 2007
21) Jan Hernych - Australian Open, 2007
22) Tommy Robredo - US Open, 2006
23) Nicolas Massu - US Open, 2006
24) Potito Starace - Wimbledon, 2006
25) Sasa Tuksar - Roland Garros, 2006
26) Florian Mayer - US Open, 2005
27) Ivo Minar - Kitzbuhel, 2005
28) Gilles Muller - Roland Garros, 2005
29) Julien Benneteau - St. Petersburg, 2005
30) Antony Dupuis - s'Hertogenbosch, 2004
31) Dennis van Scheppingen - Roland Garros, 2004
32) Florian Mayer - Hamburg, 2004
33) David Sanchez - Roland Garros, 2003
34) David Sanchez - Roland Garros, 2003

35) Richard Gasquet - Australian Open, 2003
36) Paul-Henri Mathieu - Sopot, 2002
37) Bartlomiej Dabrowski - Sopot, 2002
38) Gaston Gaudio - Wimbledon, 2002
39) Agustin Calleri - s'-Hertogenbosch, 2002
40) Andrei Pavel - Halle, 2002
41) Fabrice Santoro - Halle, 2002
42) Fabrice Santoro - Wimbledon, 2001
43) Jonas Bjorkman - Monte Carlo, 2001
44) Nicolas Kiefer - Monte Carlo, 2001



Tommy ROBREDO – 40 bagels
1) Julien Benneteau - Monte Carlo, 2014
2) Fabio Fognini - Umag, 2013
3) Viktor Troicki - Umag, 2013
4) Benoit Paire - Casablanca, 2013
5) Gastao Elias - Buenos Aires, 2013
6) Donald Young - Indian Wells, 2011
7) Ricardo Mello - Santiago, 2011
8) Michael Venus - Auckland, 2011
9) Dudi Sela - Indian Wells, 2010
10) Christophe Rochus - Valencia, 2009
11) Teymuraz Gabashvili - Bastad, 2009
12) Maximo Gonzalez - Roland Garros, 2009
13) Kevin Kim - Acapulco, 2009
14) Viktor Troicki - Australian Open, 2009
15) Marat Safin - US Open, 2008
16) Jose Acasuso - Sopot, 2007
17) Steve Darcis - Sopot, 2007
18) Janko Tipsarevic - Roland Garros, 2007
19) Rik de Voest - Rotterdam, 2007
20) Ruben Ramirez Hildaldo - Australian Open, 2007
21) Agustin Calleri - Auckland, 2007
22) Potito Starace - Barcelona, 2006
23) Michal Tabara - Bastad, 2005
24) Gustavo Kuerten - Hamburg, 2005
25) Santiago Ventura - Estoril, 2005
26) Jonas Bjorkman - Miami, 2005
27) Nicolas Massu - Roland Garros, 2004
28) Antony Dupuis - Hamburg, 2004
29) Xavier Malisse - Estoril, 2004
30) Wayne Black - Montréal, 2003
31) Juan Ignacio Chela - Rome, 2003
32) Sjeng Schalken - Indian Wells, 2003
33) Harel Levy - Roland Garros, 2002
34) German Puentes - Palermo, 2001
35) Carlos Cuadrado - Sopot, 2001
36) Jean-Rene Lisnard - Roland Garros, 2001
37) Albert Montanes - Mallorca, 2001
38) German Puentes - Casablanca, 2001
39) Olivier Malcor - Casablanca, 2001
40) Leander Paes - Chennai, 2001



Fernando VERDASCO – 38 bagels
1) Federico Delbonis - Monte Carlo, 2016
2) Benjamin Becker - Roland Garros, 2015
3) James Ward - Australian Open, 2015
4) Bernard Tomic - Stockholm, 2014
5) Steve Johnson - Houston, 2014
6) Albert Ramos - Eastbourne, 2013
7) Tatsuma Ito - Bangkok, 2012
8) Alexandr Dolgopolov - Rome, 2012
9) Bjorn Phau - Miami, 2012
10) Filippo Volandri - Acapulco, 2012
11) Janko Tipsarevic - Australian Open, 2011
12) Arnaud Clement - Paris, 2010
13) Eduardo Schwank - Toronto, 2010
14) Albert Montanes - Monte Carlo, 2010
15) Fabio Fognini - Acapulco, 2010
16) Karol Beck - Kuala Lumpur, 2009
17) Florent Serra - US Open, 2009
18) Paul Capdeville - New Haven, 2009
19) Andreas Beck - Davis Cup Quarter-Finals, 2009
20) Radek Stepanek - Australian Open, 2009
21) Radek Stepanek - Australian Open, 2009

22) Adrian Mannarino - Australian Open, 2009
23) Florent Serra - Brisbane, 2009
24) Rui Machado - US Open, 2008
25) Bjorn Rehnquist - Bastad, 2008
26) Ervin Eleskovic - Bastad, 2008
27) Tomas Berdych - Wimbledon, 2008
28) Michael Llodra - Hamburg, 2008
29) Thierry Ascione - Australian Open, 2008
30) Gilles Simon - US Open, 2007
31) Jerome Haehnel - Roland Garros, 2007
32) Jan Hernych - New Haven, 2005
33) Nicolas Almagro - Stuttgart, 2005
34) Federico Luzzi - Valencia, 2005
35) Gilles Muller - Australian Open, 2005
36) Greg Rusedski - Roland Garros, 2004
37) Greg Rusedski - Roland Garros, 2004

38) Felix Mantilla - Acapulco, 2004



Richard GASQUET – 36 bagels
1) Andrew Whittington - Shenzhen, 2016
2) Julien Benneteau - Rome, 2016
3) Nicolas Almagro - Monte Carlo, 2016
4) Benoit Paire - Miami, 2016
5) Kenny de Schepper - Wimbledon, 2015
6) Germain Gigounon - Roland Garros, 2015
7) James Duckworth - Wimbledon, 2014
8) Teymuraz Gabashvili - Indian Wells, 2014
9) Go Soeda - Wimbledon, 2013
10) Michal Przysiezny - Roland Garros, 2013
11) Ivan Dodig - Australian Open, 2013
12) Tommy Haas - Roland Garros, 2012
13) Tommy Haas - Roland Garros, 2012

14) Go Soeda - Marseille, 2012
15) Sergiy Stakhovsky - US Open, 2011
16) Radek Stepanek - Roland Garros, 2011
17) Daniel Brands - Gstaad, 2010
18) Alexandr Dolgopolov - Nice, 2010
19) Lukas Lacko - Nice, 2010
20) Olivier Rochus - Belgrade, 2010
21) Michael Llodra - Indian Wells, 2009
22) Nick Lindahl - Australian Open, 2008
23) Fabrice Santoro - Mumbai, 2007
24) Fabio Fognini - Mumbai, 2007
25) Jan Hacek - Nottingham, 2007
26) Novak Djokovic - Estoril, 2007
27) Gael Monfils - Australian Open, 2007
28) Paul-Henri Mathieu - Sydney, 2007
29) Gilles Simon - US Open, 2006
30) Fernando Verdasco - Toronto, 2006
31) Dominik Hrbaty - Poertschach, 2006
32) Davide Sanguinetti - Zagreb, 2006
33) Paradorn Srichaphan - Nottingham, 2005
34) Paradorn Srichaphan - Rome, 2005
35) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Monte Carlo, 2005
36) Franco Ferreiro - Costa Do Sauipe, 2004



Radek STEPANEK – 36 bagels
1) Dusan Lajovic - Brisbane, 2016
2) Yuichi Sugita - Kuala Lumpur, 2015
3) Sam Groth - Bogota, 2015
4) Mikhail Youzhny - Roland Garros, 2014
5) Daniel Brands - Miami, 2014
6) Juan Ignacio Chela - Rome, 2012
7) Sam Querrey - Memphis, 2012
8) Adrian Ungur - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2011
9) Philipp Petzschner - Washington, 2011
10) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Munich, 2011
11) Michael Russell - Paris, 2010
12) Santiago Giraldo - Basel, 2010
13) Pablo Cuevas - New Haven, 2010
14) John Millman - Brisbane, 2010
15) Viktor Troicki - Paris, 2009
16) Rainer Schuettler - Basel, 2009
17) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Shanghai, 2009
18) Janko Tipsarevic - Barcelona, 2009
19) Todd Widom - San Jose, 2009
20) Todd Widom - San Jose, 2009

21) Jan Hernych - Wimbledon, 2008
22) Jiri Vanek - Roland Garros, 2008
23) David Nalbandian - Indian Wells, 2008
24) Edouard Roger-Vasselin - Roland Garros, 2007
25) Gael Monfils - Monte Carlo, 2007
26) Michael Llodra - Australian Open, 2007
27) Christophe Rochus - Rotterdam, 2006
28) Marcos Baghdatis - Australian Open, 2006
29) Prakash Amritraj - Chennai, 2006
30) Luis Horna - Vienna, 2005
31) Vincent Spadea - Monte Carlo, 2005
32) Jeff Morrison - Miami, 2005
33) Julien Benneteau - Miami, 2005
34) Jan Hernych - Australian Open, 2005
35) Kenneth Carlsen - Australian Open, 2003
36) Dennis van Scheppingen - Munich, 2002



Juan MONACO – 33 bagels
1) Marcel Granollers - Kitzbuhel, 2013
2) Jeremy Chardy - Barcelona, 2013
3) Bernard Tomic - Barcelona, 2013
4) Ernests Gulbis - Monte Carlo, 2013
5) Martin Klizan - Monte Carlo, 2013
6) Robby Ginepri - Houston, 2013
7) Lukas Rosol - Roland Garros, 2012
8) Robin Haase - Monte Carlo, 2012
9) Andy Roddick - Miami, 2012
10) Gilles Simon - Paris, 2011
11) Kei Nishikori - Winston-Salem, 2011
12) Tobias Kamke - Winston-Salem, 2011
13) Andrey Golubev - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2011
14) Andrey Golubev - World Team Championship, 2011
15) Ryan Sweeting - Indian Wells, 2011
16) Roberto Bautista Agut - Valencia, 2010
17) Mischa Zverev - Shanghai, 2010
18) Thomaz Bellucci - Santiago, 2010
19) Horacio Zeballos - Auckland, 2010
20) Tommy Robredo - Bastad, 2009
21) Victor Crivoi - Bastad, 2009
22) Marc Gicquel - Miami, 2009
23) Sergio Roitman - Buenos Aires, 2009
24) Sergio Roitman - Buenos Aires, 2009

25) Marat Safin - Paris, 2008
26) Pablo Cuevas - Rome, 2008
27) Hyung-Taik Lee- Monte Carlo, 2008
28) Igor Andreev - Madrid, 2007
29) Dudi Sela - Madrid, 2007
30) Gael Monfils - Poertschach, 2007
31) Carlos Moya - Buenos Aires, 2007
32) Gilles Muller - Poertschach, 2006
33) Florian Mayer - Casablanca, 2005



Tommy HAAS – 32 bagels
1) Ernests Gulbis - Stuttgart, 2013
2) Igor Sijsling - Miami, 2013
3) Marin Cilic - Hamburg, 2012
4) Michael Berrer - Munich, 2012
5) Denis Kudla - Australian Open, 2012
6) Julien Benneteau - Indian Wells, 2008
7) James Blake - US Open, 2007
8) Teymuraz Gabashvili - Indian Wells, 2007
9) Olivier Rochus - Dubai, 2007
10) Alex Kuznetsov - US Open, 2006
11) Luis Horna - Miami, 2006
12) Paul Goldstein - Australian Open, 2006
13) Tomas Zib - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2005
14) Rainer Schuettler - US Open, 2005
15) Christophe Rochus - New Haven, 2005
16) Joachim Johansson - World Team Championship, 2005
17) Wayne Ferreira - Davis Cup EAG1 2nd Round, 2005
18) Wesley Moodie - Vienna, 2004
19) Kenneth Carlsen - Los Angeles, 2004
20) Vincent Spadea - Hamburg, 2004
21) Dmitry Tursunov - Houston, 2004
22) Max Mirnyi - Miami, 2002
23) Felix Mantilla - US Open, 2001
24) Jerome Golmard - Roland Garros, 2001
25) Max Mirnyi - Monte Carlo, 2001
26) Dominik Hrbaty - Miami, 2001
27) Andy Roddick - Memphis, 2001
28) Ion Moldovan - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2001
29) Alex Corretja - Vienna, 2000
30) Andre Agassi - Grand Slam Cup, 1999
31) Fabrice Santoro - Cincinatti, 1999
32) Mark Philippoussis - Scottsdale, 1998




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Re: Bagel Hall of Fame & Bagel Hall of Shame (active players)

Bagel Hall of Shame - Active players bagelled more than 20 times at main tour level


Completed for the end of the 2016 ATP World Tour. Statistics include all Grand Slam tournaments, the ATP World Tour finals (or former quivalents), all ATP World Tour 1000/500/250 tournaments (or former equivalents), all Davis Cup matches, and the Olympic Games.

Qualifying rounds are not counted. Challenger and Futures tournaments are not counted, neither is the Hopman Cup nor exhibitions.

A summary of this post:
Code:
Player			Country	Bagels Eaten	Bagels Baked	Bagel Ratio
Mikhail YOUZHNY		RUS	27		44		1.63
Fabio FOGNINI		ITA	27		13		0.48
Tommy ROBREDO		ESP	26		40		1.54
Juan MONACO		ARG	26		33		1.27
Janko TIPSAREVIC	SRB	25		29		1.16
Albert MONTANES		ESP	25		19		0.76
Guillermo GARCIA-LOPEZ	ESP	22		21		0.95
Julien BENNETEAU	FRA	22		14		0.64
Andreas SEPPI		ITA	21		15		0.71
Radek STEPANEK		CZE	21		36		1.71
Tomas BERDYCH		CZE	21		47		0.57
Dudi SELA		ISR	21		12		0.57
Florian MAYER		DEU	21		18		0.86
Alejandro FALLA		COL	21		8		0.38
David FERRER		ESP	21		74		3.52
Players that may make this list next year include: Ramirez Hidalgo [19], Granollers [19], Verdasco [19], Troicki [18], F Lopez [18], Volandri [18], J Melzer [18], and Monfils [18].

BLUE signifies a double bagel

As of 06.12.2015 no player on this list has been triple bagelled by an opponent at the required level.


Mikhail YOUZHNY – bagelled 27 times
1) Jan-Lennard Struff - Antwerp, 2016
2) Alexander Zverev - Wimbledon, 2016
3) Fabio Fognini - Barcelona, 2016
4) Mikhail Kukushkin - Moscow, 2014
5) David Ferrer - Cincinnati, 2014
6) Radek Stepanek - Roland Garros, 2014
7) Novak Djokovic - US Open, 2013
8) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - St. Petersburg, 2012
9) David Ferrer - Roland Garros, 2012
10) Dudi Sela - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2009
11) Janko Tipsarevic - Miami, 2008
12) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Australian Open, 2008
13) Alexander Peya - Kitzbuhel, 2007
14) Steve Darcis - Amersfoort, 2007
15) Andy Roddick - US Open, 2006
16) Martin Vassallo Arguello - Kitzbuhel, 2006
17) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Hamburg, 2006
18) Rafael Nadal - Rome, 2005
19) Luis Horna - Rome, 2004
20) Stefan Koubek - Moscow, 2003
21) Guillermo Coria - Stuttgart, 2003
22) Guillermo Coria - Stuttgart, 2003

23) Jonas Bjorkman - Nottingham, 2003
24) Sjeng Schalken - Dubai, 2003
25) Jonas Bjorkman - Monte Carlo, 2001
26) Peter Wessels - Chennai, 2001
27) Jerome Golmard - Tashkent, 2000



Fabio FOGNINI – bagelled 27 times
1) David Ferrer - US Open, 2016
2) Paolo Lorenzi - Monte Carlo, 2016
3) Dominic Thiem - Munich, 2015
4) Carlos Berlocq - Buenos Aires, 2015
5) Milos Raonic - Cincinnati, 2014
6) Filip Krajinovic - Hamburg, 2014
7) Saniatgo Giraldo - Barcelona, 2014
8) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Monte Carlo, 2014
9) Aljaz Bedene - Rio de Janeiro, 2014
10) Novak Djokovic - Australian Open, 2014
11) Tommy Robredo - Umag, 2013
12) Novak Djokovic - Indian Wells, 2013
13) Roberto Bautista Agut - Australian Open, 2013
14) Dudi Sela - Chennai, 2012
15) Florian Mayer - Shanghai, 2011
16) Tomas Berdych - US Open, 2011
17) Tomas Berdych - US Open, 2011

18) Andreas Seppi - Rome, 2010
19) Fernando Verdasco - Acapulco, 2010
20) Marcel Granollers - Costa Do Sauipe, 2010
21) Gilles Simon - Estoril, 2009
22) Bobby Reynolds - Indian Wells, 2009
23) Caio Zampieri - Costa Do Sauipe, 2009
24) Nicolas Almagro - Australian Open, 2009
25) Wayne Odesnik - US Open, 2008
26) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Warsaw, 2008
27) Richard Gasquet - Mumbai, 2007



Tommy ROBREDO – bagelled 26 times
1) John Millman - Beijing, 2015
2) Tomas Berdych - Cincinatti, 2015
3) Rafael Nadal - US Open, 2013
4) Tomas Berdych - Cincinatti, 2013
5) Kei Nishikori - Tokyo, 2012
6) Federico Delbonis - Hamburg, 2012
7) David Ferrer - Bastad, 2012
8) Tomas Berdych - Shanghai, 2010
9) David Nalbandian - Toronto, 2010
10) Marcos Baghdatis - Indian Wells, 2010
11) Juan Monaco - Bastad, 2009
12) Juan Ignacio Chela - Vina del Mar, 2009
13) David Nalbandian - Monte Carlo, 2008
14) Andy Murray - Metz, 2007
15) Gilles Simon - Indian Wells, 2007
16) Mikhail Youzhny - US Open, 2006
17) Rafael Nadal - Barcelona, 2006
18) David Nalbandian - Australian Open, 2006
19) Julien Benneteau - Rome, 2005
20) Juan Ignacio Chela - Toronto, 2004
21) Robin Soderling - Bastad, 2004
22) Wayne Ferreira - Australian Open, 2003
23) Franco Squillari - Hamburg, 2002
24) Yevgeny Kafelnikov - Miami, 2002
25) Guillermo Coria - Mallorca, 2001
26) Michel Kratochvil - Barcelona, 2001



Juan MONACO – bagelled 26 times
1) Martin Klizan - Barcelona, 2015
2) Andy Murray - Shenzhen, 2014
3) Andrey Golubev - Kitzbuhel, 2014
4) Andreas Seppi - Hamburg, 2014
5) Rafael Nadal - Madrid, 2014
6) Nicolas Almago - Hamburg, 2013
7) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2013
8) Marinko Matosevic - Indian Wells, 2013
9) Rafael Nadal - Roland Garros, 2012
10) Rafael Nadal - Roland Garros, 2012

11) Novak Djokovic - Miami, 2012
12) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Australian Open, 2012
13) Roger Federer - US Open, 2011
14) Tomas Berdych - Cincinatti, 2011
15) Florian Mayer - World Team Championship, 2011
16) Nikolay Davydenko - Australian Open, 2010
17) Fernando Gonzalez - Vina del Mar, 2009
18) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Australian Open, 2009
19) Andreas Seppi - Hamburg, 2008
20) Guillermo Canas - Roland Garros, 2007
21) Nicolas Mahut - Australian Open, 2007
22) Guillermo Canas - Rome, 2005
23) Guillermo Canas - Rome, 2005

24) David Nalbandian - Munich, 2005
25) Mardy Fish - Australian Open, 2005
26) Florent Serra - Metz, 2004



Janko TIPSAREVIC – bagelled 25 times
1) Kyle Edmund - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2016
2) Denis Istomin - Geneva, 2015
3) Ernests Gulbis - Indian Wells, 2013
4) Nikolay Davydenko - Dubai, 2013
5) Juan Martin del Potro - World Tour Finals, 2012
6) Gilles Simon - Monte Carlo, 2012
7) Novak Djokovic - US Open, 2011
8) Fernando Verdasco - Australian Open, 2011
9) Gael Monfils - Davis Cup Final, 2010
10) Sergiy Stakhovsky - s'-Hertogenbosch, 2010
11) Philipp Petzschner - Miami, 2010
12) Mikhail Youzhny - Moscow, 2009
13) Nicolas Mahut - Queen's Club, 2009
14) Novak Djokovic - Belgrade, 2009
15) Radek Stepanek - Barcelona, 2009
16) Rafael Nadal - David Cup WG 1st Round, 2009
17) David Ferrer - Monte Carlo, 2008
18) Joseph Sirianni - Australian Open, 2008
19) Tommy Robredo - Roland Garros, 2007
20) David Nalbandian - Australian Open, 2007
21) Kristof Vliegen - Auckland, 2007
22) Jan-Michael Gambill - Washington, 2006
23) Federico Luzzi - Vina del Mar, 2005
24) Konstantinos Economidis - Davis Cup EAG2 3rd Round, 2003
25) Kristian Pfeiffer - Davis Cup EAG2 2nd Round, 2001



Albert MONTANES – bagelled 25 times
1) Fabio Fognini - Umag, 2014
2) Ernests Gulbis - Nice, 2014
3) Novak Djokovic - Monte Carlo, 2014
4) David Ferrer - Barcelona, 2012
5) Xavier Malisse - Australian Open, 2011
6) Fernando Verdasco - Monte Carlo, 2010
7) Novak Djokovic - Rome, 2009
8) Novak Djokovic - Monte Carlo, 2009
9) Lleyton Hewitt - Wimbledon, 2008
10) Roger Federer - Roland Garros, 2008
11) Jose Acasuso - Acapulco, 2007
12) Nicolas Almagro - Acapulco, 2006
13) Stanislas Wawrinka - Australian Open, 2006
14) Rafael Nadal - Acapulco, 2005
15) Felix Mantilla - Sopot, 2004
16) Tomas Behrend - Amersfoort, 2004
17) Alexander Popp - Wimbledon, 2004
18) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Australian Open, 2004
19) John van Lottum - Bucharest, 2003
20) Sargis Sargsian - Acapulco, 2003
21) Guillermo Canas - Bastad, 2002
22) Guillermo Canas - Bastad, 2002

23) Arnaud Clement - Wimbledon, 2002
24) Max Mirnyi - Estoril, 2002
25) Tommy Robredo - Mallorca, 2001



Guillermo GARCIA-LOPEZ – bagelled 22 times
1) Andreas Seppi - Wimbledon, 2016
2) Gilles Simon - Shanghai, 2014
3) Gael Monfils - Roland Garros, 2014
4) Ernests Gulbis - St. Petersburg, 2013
5) Jeremy Chardy - Paris, 2012
6) Alexandr Dolgopolov - Beijing, 2012
7) Bernard Tomic - Bangkok, 2012
8) Mikhail Kukushkin - Australian Open, 2012
9) Nikolay Davydenko - Dubai, 2011
10) Tomas Berdych - Madrid, 2009
11) Ernests Gulbis - St. Petersburg, 2008
12) Jesse Levine - New Haven, 2008
13) Dmitry Tursunov - Roland Garros, 2008
14) Dmitry Tursunov - Roland Garros, 2008

15) Gael Monfils - Casablanca, 2008
16) Michael Russell - New Haven, 2007
17) Juan Pablo Brzezicki - Roland Garros, 2007
18) Robin Soderling - Doha, 2007
19) Roger Federer - Basel, 2006
20) David Ferrer - Roland Garros, 2006
21) Mario Ancic - Hamburg, 2006
22) Richard Gasquet - Monte Carlo, 2005



Julien BENNETEAU – bagelled 22 times
1) Richard Gasquet - Rome, 2016
2) John Millman - Montpellier, 2016
3) Roger Federer - Shanghai, 2014
4) Tommy Robredo - Monte Carlo, 2014
5) Tomas Berdych - US Open, 2013
6) Tobias Kamke - Roland Garros, 2013
7) Filippo Volandri - Rome, 2010
8) Robin Soderling - Rotterdam, 2010
9) David Guez - Australian Open, 2010
10) Marin Cilic - Beijing, 2009
11) Robin Soderling - Cincinnati, 2008
12) Tommy Haas - Indian Wells, 2008
13) Paul Goldstein - Las Vegas, 2007
14) Gaston Gaudio - Roland Garros, 2005
15) Dominik Hrbaty - Rome, 2005
16) Radek Stepanek - Miami, 2005
17) Rafael Nadal - Australian Open, 2005
18) Mikhail Youzhny - St. Petersburg, 2004
19) Ivan Miranda - Indianapolis, 2003
20) Nicolas Lapentti - Australian Open, 2003
21) Nicolas Lapentti - Australian Open, 2003

22) Arnaud Clement - Roland Garros, 2002



Andreas SEPPI – bagelled 21 times
1) Rafael Nadal - US Open, 2016
2) Mikhail Kukushkin - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2015
3) Tomas Berdych - Rotterdam, 2015
4) Igor Sijsling - Metz, 2014
5) Carlos Berlocq - Bucharest, 2014
6) Stan Wawrinka - Indian Wells, 2014
7) Carlos Berlocq - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2014
8) Nicolas Almagro - Roland Garros, 2013
9) Novak Djokovic - Dubai, 2013
10) Albert Montanes - Monte Carlo, 2010
11) Lleyton Hewitt - Sydney, 2010
12) Philipp Kohlschreiber - US Open, 2009
13) Hugo Armando - Bucharest, 2007
14) Carlos Moya - Roland Garros, 2007
15) Rainer Schuettler - Dubai, 2007
16) Jonas Bjorkman - Marseille, 2007
17) Gilles Simon - Palermo, 2006
18) Rafael Nadal - Davis Cup WG Play-Offs, 2006
19) Xavier Malisse - Adelaide, 2006
20) Michael Llodra - US Open, 2004
21) Rainer Schuettler - Kitzbuhel, 2004



Radek STEPANEK – bagelled 21 times
1) Andy Murray - Roland Garros, 2016
2) Marsel Ilhan - US Open, 2015
3) Jack Sock - Newport, 2015
4) Roberto Bautista Agut - Munich, 2015
5) Ivan Ljubicic - Queen's Club, 2011
6) Richard Gasquet - Roland Garros, 2011
7) Juan Martin del Potro - Indian Wells, 2011
8) Juan Ignacio Chela - Sydney, 2011
9) Janko Tipsarevic - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2010
10) Fernando Verdasco - Australian Open, 2009
11) Fernando Verdasco - Australian Open, 2009

12) Novak Djokovic - Rome, 2008
13) David Ferrer - Australian Open, 2007
14) Victor Hanescu - Monte Carlo, 2005
15) Gilles Muller - Indian Wells, 2005
16) Olivier Rochus - Adelaide, 2005
17) Xavier Malisse - Lyon, 2004
18) Tim Henman - Australian Open, 2004
19) Robby Ginepri - Cincinnati, 2003
20) Nikolay Davydenko - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2003
21) Lleyon Hewitt - Australian Open, 2003



Tomas BERDYCH – bagelled 21 times
1) David Goffin - Rome, 2016
2) David Goffin - Rome, 2016

3) Roger Federer - Indian Wells, 2015
4) Novak Djokovic - Dubai, 2015
5) Andy Murray - Australian Open, 2015
6) Gilles Simon - Shanghai, 2014
7) Novak Djokovic - Beijing, 2014
8) Nicolas Almagro - Indian Wells, 2014
9) Robin Soderling - Bastad, 2011
10) Nikolay Davydenko - Paris, 2010
11) Rafael Nadal - Davis Cup Final, 2009
12) Fernando Verdasco - Wimbledon, 2008
13) Feliciano Lopez - Stuttgart, 2007
14) Rafael Nadal - Monte Carlo, 2007
15) Roger Federer - Halle, 2006
16) David Nalbandian - Miami, 2006
17) Xavier Malisse - Adelaide, 2006
18) Guillermo Coria - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2005
19) Nikolay Davydenko - Rotterdam, 2005
20) Guillermo Coria - Australian Open, 2005
21) Andre Agassi - Australian Open, 2004



Dudi SELA – bagelled 21 times
1) Sam Querrey - Acapulco, 2016
2) Denis Kudla - Atlanta, 2015
3) Rafael Nadal - Australian Open, 2015
4) Evgeny Donskoy - Moscow, 2014
5) Donald Young - Roland Garros, 2014
6) Edouard Roger-Vasselin - Chennai, 2014
7) Ruben Bemelmans - Davis Cup WG Play-Offs, 2013
8) Benoit Paire - Chennai, 2013
9) Jurgen Melzer - Davis Cup WG Play-Offs, 2010
10) Donald Young - Atlanta, 2010
11) Tommy Robredo - Indian Wells, 2010
12) Philipp Kohlschreiber - San Jose, 2010
13) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Davis Cup WG Semi-Finals, 2009
14) Marin Cilic - Roland Garros, 2009
15) David Ferrer - Johannesburg, 2009
16) Juan Martin del Potro - Tokyo, 2008
17) Juan Martin del Potro - Washington, 2008
18) Juan Monaco - US Open, 2007
19) Marat Safin - Australian Open, 2007
20) Janko Tipsarevic - Davis Cup EAG1 1st Round, 2006
21) Roger Federer - Roland Garros, 2005



Florian MAYER – bagelled 21 times
1) Roger Federer - Halle, 2015
2) Jan-Lennard Struff - Halle, 2015
3) Blaz Kavcic - Umag, 2013
4) Gael Monfils - Stuttgart, 2013
5) David Nalbandian - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2012
6) Ivan Ljubicic - Beijing, 2011
7) Carlos Berlocq - Bucharest, 2011
8) Marin Cilic - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2011
9) Florent Serra - US Open, 2010
10) Philipp Petzschner - Australian Open, 2010
11) Teymuraz Gabashvili - Zagreb, 2008
12) Kei Nishikori - Delray Beach, 2008
13) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Indian Wells, 2007
14) Stefano Galvani - Roland Garros, 2006
15) Roger Federer - Australian Open, 2006
16) Mikhail Youzhny - US Open, 2005
17) Juan Monaco - Casablanca, 2005
18) James Blake - Australian Open, 2005
19) Karol Kucera - Davis Cup WG Play-Offs, 2004
20) Mikhail Youzhny - Hamburg, 2004
21) David Nalbandian - AustralianOpen, 2004



Alejandro FALLA – bagelled 21 times
1) Peter Gojowczyk - Chennai, 2015
2) Andreas Seppi - Oeiras, 2013
3) Blaz Kavcic - Barcelona, 2013
4) Marcos Baghdatis - Stockholm, 2012
5) Gilles Muller - s'-Hertogenbosch, 2012
6) Tobias Kamke - Winston-Salem, 2011
7) Thomaz Bellucci - Los Angeles,2011
8) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Vienna, 2010
9) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Cincinatti, 2010
10) Juan Ignacio Chela - Toronto, 2010
11) Roger Federer - Wimbledon, 2010
12) Thiemo de Bakker - Barcelona, 2010
13) Victor Hanescu - Wimbledon, 2008
14) Julien Benneteau - Roland Garros, 2008
15) Frederic Niemeyer - Davis Cup AG1 1st Round, 2007
16) Hyung-Taik Lee - Toronto, 2006
17) Paul Goldstein - Indianapolis, 2005
18) Dennis van Scheppingen - Amersfoort, 2004
19) Roger Federer - Wimbledon, 2004
20) David Nalbandian - Roland Garros, 2004
21) David Nalbandian - Roland Garros, 2004



David FERRER – bagelled 21 times
1) Andrey Kuznetsov - Wimbledon, 2014
2) Rafael Nadal - Roland Garros, 2014
3) Rafael Nadal - Madrid, 2013
4) Rafael Nadal - Acapulco, 2013
5) Kei Nishikori - Olympic Games, 2012
6) Rafael Nadal - Rome, 2012
7) Adrian Mannarino - Madrid, 2011
8) Jurgen Melzer - Roland Garros, 2010
9) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Dusseldorf, 2008
10) Novak Djokovic - Australian Open, 2008
11) Julien Benneteau - Auckland, 2008
12) Roger Federer - Monte Carlo, 2007
13) Julien Benneteau - Marseille, 2007
14) Jose Acasuso - Rome, 2006
15) Olivier Rochus - Auckland, 2006
16) Marc Gicquel - Lyon, 2005
17) Rafael Nadal - Roland Garros, 2005
18) Mariano Zabaleta - Vina del Mar, 2004
19) Andre Agassi - Rome, 2003
20) Xavier Malisse - Indian Wells, 2003
21) Andrea Gaudenzi - Vina del Mar, 2003




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Re: Bagel Hall of Fame (active players)

I think fourteen but if you can think of any more, let me know

Also, it kind of feels unjust that Thomas Muster should top this sort of list for some reason...

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Re: Bagel Hall of Fame (active players)

Congratulations to Rafa Nadal who today won his 50th tour-level bagel, overtaking Lleyton Hewitt in the process!

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Interesting. Slow-court specialists should be favored in this list.
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great thread
i'd prefer a list of bagel eaters

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great thread
i'd prefer a list of bagel eaters
This can be arranged... watch this space

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Re: Bagel Hall of Fame & Bagel Hall of Shame (active players)

Delivered!

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Re: Bagel Hall of Fame & Bagel Hall of Shame (active players)

thanks a lot
on the challenger tour we call david guez a "bagel boy" but he's not 150 i fear

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Re: Bagel Hall of Fame & Bagel Hall of Shame (active players)

Fed ties Muster with 71 with his match against Chela today.

Is there an all-time bagel list?
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Thanks! Also, welcome to the list Novak Djokovic who has already amassed 3 bagels this week

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Hewitt bagelled Mannarino this year so 50th bagels for him i guess
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add a few more bagels to Novaks' list for Miami
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Have done now. I was waiting for the tournament to finish. He's shot up the table rapidly since he arrived!

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