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The statistical tribute to Tim Henman (1992-2007)



Win/loss
Career Singles (Tour Level Only) 496 - 274 (.644)
Career Doubles (Tour Level Only) 89 - 81 (.523)

Career Singles (Incl. Futures, Challengers and Satellites) 616 - 337 (.646)
Career Doubles (Incl. Futures, Challengers and Satellites) 155 - 129 (.545)

Number of tournaments he has played:
- Main Tour (Grand Slams and ATP Tour): 272
- Challengers: 28
- Satellites: 12
- Futures: 0

CAREER TITLES in singles: (11 ATP, 2 Challengers, 1 Satellite)
94 - Great Britain #1 (Satellite)
95 - Seul, Reunion Island (Challengers)
97 - Sydney (39), Tashkent (55)
98 - Tashkent (86), Basel (88)
00 - Vienna (140), Brighton (144)
01 - Copenhagen (147), Basel (165)
02 - Adelaide (167)
03 - Washington (196), Paris (203)

Finalist: 17 ATP + 1 Challenger

The best GS results in singles:
Roland Garros (semifinalist 2004)
Wimbledon (semifinalist 1998, 99, 01 & 02; quarterfinalist 1996, 97, 03 & 04)
US Open (semifinalist 2004)
The best MS results in singles:
Indian Wells (finalist 2002 & 04; quarterfinalist 1999, 00 & 05)
Miami (semifinalist 1998; quarterfinalist 2005)
Monte Carlo (semifinalist 2002; quarterfinalist 2001)
Hamburg (quarterfinalist 1999)
Toronto (semifinalist 1998)
Cincinnati (finalist 2000; semifinalist 2001; quarterfinalist 1999)
Stuttgart (quarterfinalist 2001)
Paris (winner 2003)
* Three times in Masters Cup (1997, 98 & 04... semifinalist '98)


CAREER TITLES in doubles: (4 ATP + 3 Challengers)
95 - Manchester (M.Petchey), Azores (C.Saceanu), Seoul (A.Richardson)
97 - Basel (M.Rosset)
99 - London (G.Rusedski), Monte Carlo (O.Delaitre)
04 - Monte Carlo (N.Zimonjic)

Finalist: 2 ATP + 1 Challenger

* Silver medalist at the Olympics in Atlanta 1996 (partnering Neil Broad).

Career High ATP Singles: 4 (8-Jul-02)
Career High ATP Doubles: 62 (21-Feb-00)

Singles ranking history at the end of the year (1992-2006):
770 - 434 - 161 - 99 - 29 - 25 - 7 - 12 - 10 - 9 - 8 - 15 - 6 - 36 - 39.
* No. 92 at the end of career.


Prize Money: $11,635,542

* Detailed singles statistic (including Challengers and Satellites):
5-setters: 19-15 (.558)
Tie-breaks: 190-164 (.536)
"Tight matches": 81-69 (.540)
TB's in the deciding set: 27-20 (.574)
The longest winning match: 4 hours 30 minutes; J.Courier 4-6 7-5 7-5 6-7 9-7 (Wimbledon 1999)
The longest losing match: 5 hours 12 minutes; J.Courier 6-7 6-2 6-7 7-6 5-7 (Davis Cup 1999)
The longest winning tie-break: D.Nestor 7-6(11) 6-1 6-4 (Wimbledon 1997)
The longest losing tie-break: R.Krajicek 7-5 2-6 6-7(16) (New Haven 1998)
The most served aces: 30 - defeated Jerome Golmard in 4 sets (Australian Open 2000)


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Arthurs

Tim

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Shame there is no Grand Slam win there. But still an impressive career from Tim.
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He really wanted this Wimbledon, but there were always just better guys

I saw him first at USO '96, then in Sydney next year, when he won. It's funny, he was 22, but looked as a teenager. And he didn't lose that look even when he was a bit older. Always liked the elegance of his game and very good net game and approaching to the net
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Goodbye Tim, you have done your best, peace.
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Re: The statistical tribute to Tim Henman (1992-2007)

He'll always have Paris. Both Parisian events actually, they were probably where he had his two best, most relaxed performances in the latter stages of his career, even if the bigger tournament ended in defeat. And his route to the title in Bercy was probably one of the toughest ever faced by a Masters Series champion - looking back at it in 2004 the only weak link seemed to be Davydenko in the first round, and look where he is now!

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And his route to the title in Bercy was probably one of the toughest ever faced by a Masters Series champion - looking back at it in 2004 the only weak link seemed to be Davydenko in the first round, and look where he is now!
Exactly, amazing tournament for Tim He beat there three potential No's 1 and two potential Top 5 players.
1 Davydenko 6-3 6-4
2 Grosjean 3-6 6-4 7-5
3 Kuerten 6-4 6-2
Q Federer 7-6(5) 6-1
S Roddick 7-6(4) 7-6(7)
W Pavel 6-2 7-6(6) 7-6(2)

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Amazing matches in Henman's career:

Wimbledon 1996: defeated Y.Kafelnikov 7-6(6) 6-3 6-7(2) 4-6 7-5
- first match on the Wimbledon's Centre Court and first five-setter. The then RG champion Kafelnikov was leading 6:3 in the first set tie-break and had double match point in the fifth set at 5:3 (40-15) - Henman saved both match points with the aces!

Wimbledon 1997: defeated P.Haarhuis 6-7(7) 6-3 6-2 4-6 14-12
- in the final set Haarhuis was leading 5:3 and had match point on serve at 5:4 (40-30) - made two double faults... The match lasted almost 4 hours.

Australian Open 1998: lost to J.Golmard 3-6 7-6(3) 2-6 6-3 9-11
- Henman won the second set despite of *2:5 (30-40). In the fifth set Henman saved double match point at 6:7 (15-40). After 19 games of the final set, Golmard had taken the medical time-out because of feet injury and won the next game and match.

New Haven 1998: lost to R.Krajicek 7-5 2-6 6-7(16)
- only two matches in ATP history have been longest deciding tie-break. Henman wasted 8 match points in the final tie-break, Krajicek converted 5th MP! Earlier in the third set, Henman was 4:3 (40-0) up on Krajicek's serve.

Paris 1998: lost to Y.Kafelnikov 3-6 7-6(5) 6-7(2)
- Kafelnikov was leading 6-3 4:2... In the third set Henman was leading 5:1 (!) and had Match point on serve at 5:4.

Davis Cup 1999: lost to J.Courier 6-7(2) 6-2 6-7(3) 7-6(10) 5-7
- Henman saved three match points in the tie-break of the 4th set but wasn't able to save 4th (1st in the 5th set). Henman served 25 aces and 16 double faults in this match.

Wimbledon 1999: defeated J.Courier 4-6 7-5 7-5 6-7(5) 9-7
- Henman had mini-match point in the 4th set, Courier was leading 4:2 in the 5th and had double match point at 6:5 on Henman's serve. Henman saved also third match point with an ace.

Wimbledon 2001: lost to G.Ivanisevic 5-7 7-6(6) 6-0 6-7(5) 3-6
- the match lasted three days due to rain! Henman had 5:5 in the 4th set tie-break. He played 6 times in the Grand Slam semifinals but so close to the final was only against Ivanisevic.

Australian Open 2004: lost to Canas 7-6(5) 7-5 6-7(3) 5-7 7-9
- amazingly tight almost 5 hours match, where almost every set could have gone other way. Henman was leading 4:1 (30-15) in the final set and 6:5 (30-0). In the 16th game Henman saved two match points and was one point away from 8:8!

Roland Garros 2004: defeated M.Llodra 6-7(2) 4-6 6-4 6-3 9-7
- Henman saved match point at *4:5 in the 5th set - that game lasted 10 minutes! Henman served in all three times to stay in the match.

Wimbledon 2007: defeated C.Moya 6-3 1-6 5-7 6-2 13-11
- the match lasted two days due to darkness... Henman saved in all four mini-match points: two at 2:4 (15-40) and another two at 11:11.

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for all his ability and talent the one statistic that will be remember above all else is 0 grand slam wins 0 grand slam finals! its sad but he served the uk well for a decade i hope he enjoys life after tennis (gregs keeping his seat in the comentary box warm untill he gets there!)
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During Tim Henman's career tennis has been the winner ( )

Great srevant to the game, great career. And will, as Tim said, hopefully be remembered for what he did accomplish, that's how I'll remember him anyway.

Good luck in the future Henners
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Amazing matches in Henman's career:

Wimbledon 1996: defeated Y.Kafelnikov 7-6(6) 6-3 6-7(2) 4-6 7-5
- first match on the Wimbledon's Centre Court and first five-setter. The then RG champion Kafelnikov was leading 6:3 in the first set tie-break and had double match point in the fifth set at 5:3 (40-15) - Henman saved both match points with the aces!
Wimbledon 1997: defeated P.Haarhuis 6-7(7) 6-3 6-2 4-6 14-12
- in the final set Haarhuis was leading 5:3 and had match point on serve at 5:4 (40-30) - made two double faults... The match lasted almost 4 hours.
Australian Open 1998: lost to J.Golmard 3-6 7-6(3) 2-6 6-3 9-11
- Henman won the second set despite of *2:5 (30-40). In the fifth set Henman saved double match point at 6:7 (15-40). After 19 games of the final set, Golmard had taken the medical time-out because of feet injury and won the next game and match.
New Haven 1998: lost to R.Krajicek 7-5 2-6 6-7(16)
- only two matches in ATP history have been longest deciding tie-break. Henman wasted 8 match points in the final tie-break, Krajicek converted 5th MP!
Paris 1998: lost to Y.Kafelnikov 3-6 7-6(5) 6-7(2)
- Kafelnikov was leading 6-3 4:2... In the third set Henman was leading 5:1 (!) and had Match point on serve at 5:4.
Davis Cup 1999: lost to J.Courier 6-7(2) 6-2 6-7(3) 7-6(10) 5-7
- Henman saved three match points in the tie-break of the 4th set but wasn't able to save 4th (1st in the 5th set). Henman served 25 aces and 16 double faults in this match.
Wimbledon 1999: defeated J.Courier 4-6 7-5 7-5 6-7(5) 9-7
- Henman had mini-match point in the 4th set, Courier was leading 4:2 in the 5th and had double match point at 6:5 on Henman's serve. Henman saved also third match point with an ace.
Wimbledon 2001: lost to G.Ivanisevic 5-7 7-6(6) 6-0 6-7(5) 3-6
- the match lasted three days due to rain! Henman had 5:5 in the 4th set tie-break. He played 6 times in the Grand Slam semifinals but so close to the final was only against Ivanisevic.
Australian Open 2004: lost to Canas 7-6(5) 7-5 6-7(3) 5-7 7-9
- amazingly tight almost 5 hours match, where almost every set could have gone other way. Henman was leading 4:1 (30-15) in the final set and 6:5 (30-0). In the 16th game Henman saved two match points and was one point away from 8:8!
Roland Garros 2004: defeated M.Llodra 6-7(2) 4-6 6-4 6-3 9-7
- Henman saved match point at *4:5 in the 5th set - that game lasted 10 minutes! Henman served in all three times to stay in the match.
Wimbledon 2007: defeated C.Moya 6-3 1-6 5-7 6-2 13-11
- the match lasted two days due to darkness... Henman saved in all four mini-match points: two at 2:4 (15-40) and another two at 11:11.
Great work Voo de Mar as usual

But I`ll add three more matches:

Key Biscayne 2000 QF: lost to Andre Agassi 5-7 6-1 6-7(10) - Tim wasted 4 match points in the third set...

Basel 1998 FINAL: defeated Andre Agassi 6-4 6-3 3-6 6-4 - one of the best Henman matches

Basel 2001 FINAL: defeated Roger Federer 6-3 6-4 6-2 -

PETE SAMPRAS - KING OF THE COURT
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Basel 1998 FINAL: defeated Andre Agassi 6-4 6-3 3-6 6-4 - one of the best Henman matches

Basel 2001 FINAL: defeated Roger Federer 6-3 6-4 6-2 -

These wins were impressive, but you know, I put to these "tribute" threads only tight matches

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Amazing matches in Henman's career:

Wimbledon 1996: defeated Y.Kafelnikov 7-6(6) 6-3 6-7(2) 4-6 7-5
- first match on the Wimbledon's Centre Court and first five-setter. The then RG champion Kafelnikov was leading 6:3 in the first set tie-break and had double match point in the fifth set at 5:3 (40-15) - Henman saved both match points with the aces!
Wimbledon 1997: defeated P.Haarhuis 6-7(7) 6-3 6-2 4-6 14-12
- in the final set Haarhuis was leading 5:3 and had match point on serve at 5:4 (40-30) - made two double faults... The match lasted almost 4 hours.
Australian Open 1998: lost to J.Golmard 3-6 7-6(3) 2-6 6-3 9-11
- Henman won the second set despite of *2:5 (30-40). In the fifth set Henman saved double match point at 6:7 (15-40). After 19 games of the final set, Golmard had taken the medical time-out because of feet injury and won the next game and match.
New Haven 1998: lost to R.Krajicek 7-5 2-6 6-7(16)
- only two matches in ATP history have been longest deciding tie-break. Henman wasted 8 match points in the final tie-break, Krajicek converted 5th MP!
Paris 1998: lost to Y.Kafelnikov 3-6 7-6(5) 6-7(2)
- Kafelnikov was leading 6-3 4:2... In the third set Henman was leading 5:1 (!) and had Match point on serve at 5:4.
Davis Cup 1999: lost to J.Courier 6-7(2) 6-2 6-7(3) 7-6(10) 5-7
- Henman saved three match points in the tie-break of the 4th set but wasn't able to save 4th (1st in the 5th set). Henman served 25 aces and 16 double faults in this match.
Wimbledon 1999: defeated J.Courier 4-6 7-5 7-5 6-7(5) 9-7
- Henman had mini-match point in the 4th set, Courier was leading 4:2 in the 5th and had double match point at 6:5 on Henman's serve. Henman saved also third match point with an ace.
Wimbledon 2001: lost to G.Ivanisevic 5-7 7-6(6) 6-0 6-7(5) 3-6
- the match lasted three days due to rain! Henman had 5:5 in the 4th set tie-break. He played 6 times in the Grand Slam semifinals but so close to the final was only against Ivanisevic.
Australian Open 2004: lost to Canas 7-6(5) 7-5 6-7(3) 5-7 7-9
- amazingly tight almost 5 hours match, where almost every set could have gone other way. Henman was leading 4:1 (30-15) in the final set and 6:5 (30-0). In the 16th game Henman saved two match points and was one point away from 8:8!
Roland Garros 2004: defeated M.Llodra 6-7(2) 4-6 6-4 6-3 9-7
- Henman saved match point at *4:5 in the 5th set - that game lasted 10 minutes! Henman served in all three times to stay in the match.
Wimbledon 2007: defeated C.Moya 6-3 1-6 5-7 6-2 13-11
- the match lasted two days due to darkness... Henman saved in all four mini-match points: two at 2:4 (15-40) and another two at 11:11.

Thanks for the memories. Almost makes me want to cry!

GOOD LUCK: Safin, Murray, Ancic, Gasquet, Tipsarevic, Tsonga, Isner, Santoro.
BOO: Puerta, Davydenko, Kiefer, Ljubicic, Canas and all the DOPERS.

There is also a very special place in my heart for the three greatest WTA players of all time ---- Martina Hingis, Lindsay Davenport, and Monica Seles!!!
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Vamos Timmaaay Maybe now that you'll be gone the British press will finally learn how to appreciate you.

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