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Most percentage of total points won but still lost match?

anybody know what the record is? Something like an 0-6, 7-6, 7-6 scoreline?

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Re: Most percentage of total points won but still lost match?

Sydney, 1992, Ivan Lendl bts Richard Fromberg 0/6 *2/5 ret.
Lendl 13 points @ 21%- Fromberg 49 points @ 79%

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And without retiring?

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thread is an......EPIC FAIL!
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And without retiring?
i dont know dude... i made that scoreline up to make frommie look the business...

right about now is the only time i will agree with anyone as psychologically unstable as kingfederer...

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i dont know dude... i made that scoreline up to make frommie look the business...

right about now is the only time i will agree with anyone as psychologically unstable as kingfederer...

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why ?? its an interesting question
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Re: Most percentage of total points won but still lost match?

It'll be a match that went 0-6 7-6 7-6. In recent years, pick one of:

Michael Berrer d. (WC) Stefan Koubek Stuttgart 13/07/2009 First
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga d. Jarkko Nieminen Brisbane 07/01/2009 Second
Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo d. Marat Safin Rome 10/05/2006 Second
Jim Thomas d. Mohamed Saber Casablanca 17/05/2004 q-First
Richard Gasquet d. Nicolas Massu Estoril 14/04/2004 First


For example, the first one, Koubek won 111 points to 97.
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