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Canada and Cincy in relation to USO success
Similar to GWH's thread about clay masters and RG success.
2011- Djokovic won Canada and USO
2006- Federer won Canada and USO
2004- Federer won Canada and USO
2000- Safin won Canada and USO
1994- Agassi won Canada and USO
1987- Lendl won Canada and USO
1984- Mac won Canada and USO
1975- Orantes won Canada and USO
1972- Nastase won Canada and USO
2007- Federer won Cincy and USO
2005- Federer won Cincy and USO
1988- Wilander won Cincy and USO
1981- Mac won Cincy and USO
1971- Smith won Cincy and USO
1970- Rosewall won Cincy and USO
2003- Roddick won both and USO
1998- Rafter won Canada, Cincy and USO
Since 1968, start of Open Era, 9 times the Canadian Champ won the USO, 6 times the Cincy champ won the USO, and 2 times, Rafter and Roddick won all 3!
Before the Open Era:
1964- Emerson wins Canada and USO
1901- Larned wins Canada and USO
1900- Whitman wins Canada and USO
1899- Whitman wins Canada and USO
1896- Wrenn wins Canada and USO
1953- Trabert wins Cincy and USO
1905- Wright wins Cincy and USO
All in all: 14 times the Canadian champ won the USO, 8 times the Cincy champ won the USO, and 2 times, a player won all 3.
Conclusion: Canada is the best indicator for who will win the USO.
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Last edited by Johnny Groove; 08-09-2012 at 11:24 PM.