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Masters1000 statistics (new 2010 stats post #44)

In tribute to Nadal's record breaking 18th Masters 1000 title in Madrid, Joca (Nadal_Power) and I have compiled an article full of statistics about Nadal, Federer and Agassi's Masters 1000 careers. Below is the beginning of the article, the rest can be found here.




More in-depth statistics (including w/l vs. top 5/10, and quarter-finals, semi-finals, and finals statistics) follows here.

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Re: Masters 1000 statistics. Focus on Nadal, Federer and Agassi.

very nice.
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Re: Masters 1000 statistics. Focus on Nadal, Federer and Agassi.

Thanks a lot. What an achievement from Rafa at only 24.

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Re: Masters 1000 statistics. Focus on Nadal, Federer and Agassi.

He is mighty impressive in this level of competition... specially he is just 24 and his opponents are two of the greatest

We have more statistics,will bring them all here

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Re: Masters 1000 statistics. Focus on Nadal, Federer and Agassi.

Just thought I would bump this thread now as it's the last time the stats will be up-to-date. Can Rafa win an incredible 4th straight Masters 1000 title and third Canada shield?

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Re: Masters 1000 statistics. Focus on Nadal, Federer and Agassi.

Only if grass had a Master Series title..

Federer / Haas / Safin / Gaudio / Kuerten / Youzhny / Nadal / Gonzalez / Ljubicic / Hewitt / Soderling / Wawrinka / Coria / Nalbandian / Kohlschreiber
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Re: Masters 1000 statistics. Focus on Nadal, Federer and Agassi.

Roger has 16 GS and 16 Masters :retard:
Think he is not so intersted in Masters like in GS
Instead Rafa is very interested in Masters 18 when he is 24
Poor Roddick, never #1 at smth

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Re: Masters 1000 statistics. Focus on Nadal, Federer and Agassi.

Nadall is the first player ever to achieve 3 masters in a row.
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Brands will top this list at the end of his career.

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The crazy thing is Nadal got the most in the least time.
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Re: Masters 1000 statistics. Focus on Nadal, Federer and Agassi.

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Nadall is the first player ever to achieve 3 masters in a row.
Yes,and if he somehow takes Canada it will stay long way with 4 consecutive titles

I made the list for Rafa's achievements thread

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Only 13 players won back to back Masters 1000 titles,and Rafa won 6 times out of 21 in total

1991 : Jim Courier - Indian Wells & Miami (not played in Monte Carlo)
1992 : Michael Chang - Indian Wells & Miami (not played in Monte Carlo)
1994 : Pete Sampras - Indian Wells & Miami (not played in Monte Carlo)
1994 : Andrei Medvedev - Monte Carlo & Hamburg (lost in 3rd round of Rome)
1995 : Andre Agassi - Canada & Cincinnati (lost in 3rd round of Essen)
1998 : Marcelo Rios - Indian Wells & Miami (not played in Monte Carlo)
1998 : Patrick Rafter -  Canada & Cincinnati (lost in 3rd round of Stuttgart)
2001 : Andre Agassi (2) - Indian Wells & Miami (not played in Monte Carlo)
2003 : Andy Roddick - Canada & Cincinnati (lost in 3rd round of Madrid)
2004 : Roger Federer - Hamburg & Canada (lost in 1st round of Cincinnati)
2004 : Marat Safin - Madrid & Paris (lost in 3rd round of Indian Wells 2005)
2005 : Roger Federer (2) - Indian Wells & Miami (lost in 1/4 of Monte Carlo)
2005 : Rafael Nadal - Monte Carlo & Rome (not played in Hamburg)
2006 : Roger Federer (3) - Indian Wells & Miami (lost in final of Monte Carlo)
2006 : Rafael Nadal (2) - Monte Carlo & Rome (not played in Hamburg)
2007 : Rafael Nadal (3) - Monte Carlo & Rome (lost in final of Hamburg)
2007 : David Nalbandian - Madrid & Paris (lost in 1/4 of Indian Wells 2008)
2008 : Rafael Nadal (4) - Hamburg & Canada (lost in 1/2 of Cincinnati)
2008 : Andy Murray - Cincinnati & Madrid (lost in 1/4 of Paris)
2009 : Rafael Nadal (5) - Monte Carlo & Rome (lost in final of Madrid)
2010 : Rafael Nadal (6) - Monte Carlo & Rome (WON Madrid.. for the first 3 consecutive Masters 1000 titles in history)

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Re: Masters 1000 statistics. Focus on Nadal, Federer and Agassi.

great job guys !!!

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Re: Masters 1000 statistics. Focus on Nadal, Federer and Agassi.

StatRacket choose this basic stats but we made more interesting comapring.. I will bring them to this topic if he takes 4th crown this year or after Paris

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Re: Masters 1000 statistics. Focus on Nadal, Federer and Agassi.

18 Masters at 24 is very impressive.
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nadal is fastest to 5 masters, 10 masters and 15 masters.
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