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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-18-2004, 05:23 PM Thread Starter
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JC rules MC and other interesting stats

Monte Carlo

Juan Carlos is the 2-time defending champion

The most successful champions to play are:
Thomas Muster 92, 95-96
Bjorn Borg 77, 79-80

Other back-to-back champions:
Ille Nastase 71-72
Guillermo Vilas 81-82

The most successful country to play here:
Sweden-7 victories

The last Swede to win here:
Mats Wilander 1987

The biggest loser here:
Boris Becker, 0-3 finals

Other the three clay TMS, Monte Carlo has the best coversion of winners to Roland Garros champs. (I had this caculated somewhere, and I will try to pull it out of the WTA World archives).
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Re: JC rules MC and other interesting stats

Nice facts
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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-18-2004, 10:41 PM
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Re: JC rules MC and other interesting stats

Can anyone frome France write some intersting news or anaylises, that's be good info for us who don't live in France....thanks
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Re: JC rules MC and other interesting stats

Well, I should say JC "ruled" MC

According to my very scientific statistical analysis, his chances of winning the FO just fell about 25%...
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