A currently active Top 100 player is a player who has reached the Top 100 at some point in their career and has played matches this year or has not officially retired yet. If you do not see a player you think should be included somewhere in the stat sheets below, please notify me, but it is probably because they either have not played any matches this year, they have officially retired recently, or they never reached the Top 100 at any point in their career.
Here is a unique breakdown of which players have reached at least the 4th round (Round of 16) of a slam and when they first reached that round in every slam.
Now the active players who have made at least the Quarterfinals in every slam:
...the active players who have made at least the Semifinals in every slam:
...the only active player to reach the final in every slam:
and the only active player to win every slam:
Grand slam WINNERS
Grand slam FINALISTS
Grand slam SEMIFINALISTS
Grand slam QUARTERFINALISTS
Last edited by idolwatcher1; 07-06-2010 at 06:21 AM.
You forgot to add Mark Philippoussis to your list of Grand Slam finalists ~~ Mark Poo has two GS finals (USO 98 & Wimby 03)
well, this is because I wanted to use the same players for each of the stats that I did... And I didn't want to go through ALL of the thousands of players that are active right now, so I drew the line at Active Top 100 players (which is displayed in the stats), with only the addition of Active players who are outside the current Top 100 but were inside the Top 50 at some point in 2006...
I may expand the list after the next grand slam happens, but that's all I was willing to do for now, hope you understand.
Andy Murray reached the quarterfinal round in a Slam for the first time in his career... Every other player who reached the latter rounds of '08 Wimbledon had reached that particular stage in a Slam before.
at this year's Wimbledon:
Querrey, Benneteau, and Melzer each made the Round of 16 at Wimbledon for the first time in their career.
Brands made the Round of 16 at a grand slam for the first time in his career, as did Lu, however, Lu also made the quarterfinals of a grand slam for the first time in his career.
Berdych made a grand slam final for the first time in his career.
Congrats to each of them.
if there is one tiny little thing to criticize, it's that it feels a bit difficult to overview with all the numbers and stuff, so maybe format somewhat differently, for example cut out the AO, RG... in the column where it's the headline anyway
props for maintaining the work over such a long time