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Active GS/MS Winners results at 15 major tournaments

15 major tourns = 4 Grand Slams + Masters Cup + Olympics + 9 Masters Series

W - winner
F - losing finalist
S - semifinalist
Q - quarterfinalist
4 - lost in the 4th round
3 - lost in the 3rd round
2 - lost in the 2nd round
1 - lost in the 1st round or in the 2nd round after having bye in the 1st
- - did not play

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            AUS RG  WIM USO  TMC  OLY  IW  MIA MC  ROM HAM CAN CIN MAD PAR
BERDYCH      4   4   Q   4    -    Q    4   S   S   Q   2   Q   3   S   W
CANAS        4   Q   4   3    -    -    S   F   2   3   3   W   3   3   S
CORIA        4   F   4   Q    R    -    Q   F   W   F   W   1   Q   3   3
DAVYDENKO    Q   S   4   S    S    1    4   W   S   S   S   Q   S   3   W
DJOKOVIC     W   S   S   F    R    -    W   W   S   W   S   W   2   S   3
FEDERER      W   F   W   W    W    S    W   W   F   F   W   W   W   W   Q
FERRERO      S   W   Q   F    F    Q    4   4   W   W   F   Q   F   W   S
GAUDIO       3   W   2   3    S    1    Q   Q   S   3   S   Q   3   2   Q
GROSJEAN     S   S   S   3    F    Q    4   F   S   3   3   Q   2   S   W
HAAS         S   4   4   Q    -    F    Q   4   Q   F   S   S   Q   W*  S
HEWITT       F   Q   W   W    W    1    W   S   3   S   S   Q   F   F*  F
JOHANSSON    W   2   S   Q    R    1    3   Q   Q   2   Q   W   Q   3   Q
MASSU        2   3   3   4    -    W    2   3   3   Q   2   1   1   F   3
MOYA         F   W   4   S    F    Q    F   F   W   W   S   3   W   3   S
NADAL        S   W   W   Q    S    -    W   F   W   W   W   W   Q   W   F
NALBANDIAN   S   S   F   S    W    -    Q   S   Q   F   S   F   Q   W   W
PAVEL        4   Q   3   4    -    1    3   Q   3   Q   S   W   2   3   F
ROBREDO      Q   Q   3   4    R    3    4   Q   Q   Q   W   3   S   Q   S
RODDICK      S   3   F   W    S    3    S   W   3   S   3   W   W   3   S
SAFIN        W   S   S   W    S    2    4   Q   S   3   F   W   Q   W   W

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Re: Active GS/MS Winners' results at 15 major tournaments

You can always cont onn AnnaK and Voo de Mar

(this coming from a statistic freak too, but I don't have enough time for a "professional" research )
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You can always cont onn AnnaK and Voo de Mar

(this coming from a statistic freak too, but I don't have enough time for a "professional" research )
Thank you, Adler!

I wouldn't bear it if there was no single reply to this thread after all my "researches"
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Hello, I may be wrong, but why there isn't no David Nalbandian there? After all he won the TMC in 2005. If there are ONLY MS and GS winners there, why there is Nicolas Massu, who "only" won an Olympic gold but no MS or GS?
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Hello, I may be wrong, but why there isn't no David Nalbandian there? After all he won the TMC in 2005. If there are ONLY MS and GS winners there, why there is Nicolas Massu, who "only" won an Olympic gold but no MS or GS?
I did it on purpose so someone could find a reason to post here!
Nah... just kidding. I just forgot that David won TMC
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Re: Active GS/MS Winners' results at 15 major tournaments

Wow thanks for the stats!

I must say im suprised hewitt only has one AMS title.

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I like Gaudio's numbers. A SF finish is best finish in a clay T.M.S or any T.M.S and then he goes and wins the biggest clay prize of them all.
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Re: Active GS/MS Winners' results at 15 major tournaments

Most roundly accomplished

Federer - QF+ in all events
Nalbandian - QF+ in all but 3 events
Ferrero - QF+ in all but 2 events
Henman - QF+ in all but 3 events
Hewitt - QF+ in all but 2 events
Kuerten - QF + in all but 2 events
Moya - QF+ in all but 3 events
Nadal - QF+ in all but 2 events
Safin - QF+ in all but 3 events

Wins or Finals for the above players in different events

PLAYER.............WINS..................FINALS

Federer..............10.......................3
Nadal.................6........................3
Kuerten..............6........................3
Safin..................5........................1
Hewitt................4........................4
Ferrero...............4........................4
Moya..................4........................4
Roddick...............4........................1
Coria...................2.......................3
Djokovic..............2........................2
Johansson...........2........................0
Nalbandian...........1........................4
Henman..............1.........................2
Haas..................1.........................2
Grosjean.............1.........................2
Canas.................1........................1
Massu.................1........................1
Pavel..................1........................1
Davydenko...........1........................0
Berdych...............1........................0
Gaudio.................1........................0
Robredo...............1........................0

I find it very interesting which players are together and whether or not those that are similar in achievement in this field, which could be considered big event diversity, are also considered similar in terms of careers.

Nadal is at the same level now as Kuerten finishes (almost certainly). That seems pretty appropriate.

Hewitt, Ferrero and Moya all together is interesting and it seems to me that there is a jump between 1 AMS/Slam/Olympic wonders and those better than that. The betters tend to have at least 4 different wins. Exceptions are Coria, who should have at least three, ToJo, who is a bit of an overacheiver but really is just an oddball statistic wise, and Djokovic, who I expect to move up level with Hewitt and the like pretty soon.

Henman, Haas and Grosjean all together is apt as far as I'm concerned. All three should have reached at least a slam final with over 10 semi's between them and they may not be quite identical in age but certainly they are of a generation although perhaps Haas a little less than Tim and Seb.

I guess it's unsurprising that Nalbandian features with so many finals despite just the one big title. He is in a category of his own amongst the greatest acheivers of this era. He is very comrable to Mecir in his underacheiving and for a player with such great results across the board his lack of big titles will always stop him being recognised with the Hewitt's, Safin's, Ferrero's and Moya's of this age even though I wouldn't really say he is a player a level below those lot.

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Wow thanks for the stats!

I must say im suprised hewitt only has one AMS title.
He's got two. Two Indian Wells titles.
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Clowns like Gasqueer , Ljubo , Gonzo , Blake don´t belong to this list

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You forgot Albert Portas. He is still active no ?

Ok i'm just kidding...

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Felix Mantilla too...(Rome 2003) Won an ATP match this year.


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You forgot Albert Portas. He is still active no ?

Ok i'm just kidding...

Great job
He is still active??? I thought he was like 40.

How in hell did he manage to win Hamburg? It must be the biggest fluke in recent tennis history.
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Felix Mantilla too...(Rome 2003) Won an ATP match this year.
C'mon guys, Philippoussis hasn't retired either but it doesn't mean a thing.

I shouldn't have included Kuerten and Coria in the list, frankly speaking.
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