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which stat states that?
i think that 0-2 comebacks happen mostly in Round 1 because most matches are played in Round 1
Read the rest of the thread. He backs up his words with figures.
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Read the rest of the thread. He backs up his words with figures.
i read the thread. still my argument holds
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Re: what's the record for number of matches

Davydenko-Fish is a lock. Brands-Cilic is very likely too.
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Fish #10. Brands may be #11
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Re: what's the record for number of matches

Please update the thread.
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Re: what's the record for number of matches

Ten so far (and we're only halfway thru R2):

[8] J Tipsarevic def. G Rufin 4-6 3-6 6-2 6-3 6-2
G Garcia-Lopez def. [10] J Monaco 3-6 1-6 6-4 7-6(6) 7-6(3)
[12] M Cilic def. M Matosevic 5-7 2-6 6-4 6-2 6-4
[14] A Dolgopolov def. J Levine 3-6 4-6 6-4 6-1 6-2
E Gulbis def. [21] T Haas 3-6 4-6 6-4 7-5 6-3
P Mathieu def. I Andreev 2-6 4-6 7-6(1) 7-6(4) 6-1
G Muller def. [28] M Youzhny 2-6 3-6 7-5 7-6(6) 7-6(6)
P Petzschner def. N Mahut 1-6 4-6 6-4 7-5 7-6(3)
F Fognini def. E Roger-Vasselin 3-6 5-7 6-4 6-4 7-5
[23] M Fish def. N Davydenko 4-6, 6-7, 6-2, 6-1, 6-2

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i read the thread. still my argument holds
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i read the thread. still my argument holds
In round 1 you have more:

-Guys who aren't that used to playing best of 5. They have relatively poor stamina, they are able to win the first two, but don't have anything left.

-Slow starting 'big guys'. Haven't played a match yet, wake up late and then routine the nobody. (as Statracket said)

-Chokers. Pressure of the big stage gets to them.

Think this is the reason you see more of this in round 1 (when you're looking at the %, obviously there are more in total, but I think everyone will understand that)

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In round 1 you have more:

-Guys who aren't that used to playing best of 5. They have relatively poor stamina, they are able to win the first two, but don't have anything left.

-Slow starting 'big guys'. Haven't played a match yet, wake up late and then routine the nobody. (as Statracket said)

-Chokers. Pressure of the big stage gets to them.

Think this is the reason you see more of this in round 1 (when you're looking at the %, obviously there are more in total, but I think everyone will understand that)
Agree with this, lower ranked guys not used to play best of 5 - don´t have energy-stamina to win in in 3 than they are over - will loose

2. better players - loose beginning of the match, but still can come back and win this if they starts to play at least their standard level vs lower ranked guys.

3.Chokers that´s good one, but really there are players, who if fail to win in straight sets, just lost the momentum

i think there is 4th group and that´s - Davydenko is kind of that - yes he is old and bad stamina than few yeasr back, but this 4th group for myself are players they just play great for some period of time and than their level drop and it´s over - it has nothing to do with stamina or choke it , just you can´t play more than say 2hours- 2sets of high quality tennis.
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won from 2-0 down in a GS ?

in this us open there already been 6:

mahut-petzschner
mathieu-andreev
cilic-matosevic
vasselin-fognini
monaco-GGL
dolgo-levine

that's a lot if you consider that there were only 44 matches played till now.
Very tough to say in this year

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In round 1 you have more:

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Think this is the reason you see more of this in round 1 (when you're looking at the %, obviously there are more in total, but I think everyone will understand that)
there are more in total and there are - of course - more in %. there are about 50% of 0-2 comebacks in Round 1, because 50% of the matches played are in Round 1. So from an "aliquot" perspective there are not more and not less 0-2 comebacks in Round 1.
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does the the won/lost % after winning/losing 1st set in the ATP player's profile include slams/davis cup?

do you have the 2 set version: won/lost % after being up/down 2 set at slams/davis cup ?
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does the the won/lost % after winning/losing 1st set in the ATP player's profile include slams/davis cup?

do you have the 2 set version: won/lost % after being up/down 2 set at slams/davis cup ?
Yes to the first. No to the second, at least I personally do not know of such a stat. Others might know more. This is why I didn't answer in the first place.
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