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Thumbs up AO Quarterfinalists' Stats

Ok here is a thread to sum up how well the known Quarter-finalists have performed so far.

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Tsonga.
Total Ace Count:60
Games Played:142
Winners excluding aces:172
Total Unforced Errors:151
Winners per game:1.2
Average 1st Serve%:62%
Average 1st Serve winning:80%
Avergage 2nd Serve Winning:46.3%
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Mikhail Youzhny
Total ace count:23
Games played:126
Winners excluding aces:116
Total Unforced Errors:99
Winners per game:0.9
Average 1st Serve%:63%
Average 1st Serve winning:76.5%
Avergage 2nd Serve Winning:52%
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Jarkko Nieminem
Total ace count:19
Games played:158
Winners excluding aces:110
Total Unforced Errors:101 (Stats for match against Dancevic are unavailable)
Winners per game:0.7
Average 1st Serve%:65.5%
Average 1st Serve winning:71%
Avergage 2nd Serve Winning:39.5%
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Rafael Nadal
Total ace count:23
Games played:96
Winners excluding aces:104
Total Unforced Errors:63
Winners per game:1.1
Average 1st Serve%:69.3%
Average 1st Serve winning:76.8%
Avergage 2nd Serve Winning:42% (Note:against Mathieu he only played 2 second serves and lost them)
Seems like everybody in this half is hitting a lot of winners. I am only surprised by Mischa having a lower Winners per Game count compared to the "moon-baller" Nadal. Gotta say that Paul-Henri Mugthieu did help Nadal's Stats by only playing 13 games Everybody is serving decently.

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Re: AO Quarterfinalists' Stats

Will someone update tomorrow for the top half's Quarter-finalists as I won't be in?

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Re: AO Quarterfinalists' Stats

tsonga's stats seem pretty impressive. do you have the unforced errors count of him as well? that'd be great for comparison because as we all know he just goes for broke at times.
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If its winners per game why does less games help Nadal. Shouldnt it have no effect?

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I am assuming that the less games you play the higher your winners per game ratio will be. Besides Nadal's game is about many points won on Opponent's Unforced Errors.

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I am assuming that the less games you play the higher your winners per game ratio will be.
this is a wrong assumption
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I may update it if I don't forget

Tsonga's stats look impressive. It's not gonna be a walk in the park for Youzhny

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tsonga's stats seem pretty impressive. do you have the unforced errors count of him as well? that'd be great for comparison because as we all know he just goes for broke at times.
Rafael Nadal - 63 UE - 0.65 per game

Mikhail Youzhny - 129 UE - 1.02 per game

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - 152 UE - 1.07 per game
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I am assuming that the less games you play the higher your winners per game ratio will be. Besides Nadal's game is about many points won on Opponent's Unforced Errors.
Why would you assume that, that makes no sense, dont you remember Gonzalez last year? He just got better and better as the tournament went on and had more winners.

Also, about Nadal's game, thats not true otherwise the stats would show that. To me it looks like if any of the four depend on opponets UE its Youzhny which is kinda hard to believe but stats don't lie

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Gotta say that Paul-Henri Mugthieu did help Nadal's Stats by only playing 13 games
If Mathieu had played out the match, I'm pretty sure Nadal's winners stats would have actually looked a lot better.
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