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Maybe you should post how many GS match points involved the winner having a flaccid member?

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Maybe you should post how many GS match points involved the winner having a flaccid member?
Tommy Haas, if he ever reached a GS final and had match points.
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Maybe you should post how many GS match points involved the winner having a flaccid member?
Trick question, never happened.

Also, match winning boners should be a new thread. I can think of at least two from Djokovic and Murray I'd like to see again.

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Come on..you are talking about the championship point of a grand slam..
On today's slower courts, you generally require a risky shot to hit a winner. How many players are going to take any risk when a grand slam is on the line?
The opponent generally takes the risk (djokovic wild return against federer), and makes the error.
So, in conclusion, this statistic is really unreliable in determining the style of any player's game...

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Nice stats, even though I don't think they are that meaningful.

Also on your list, wasn't 2005 wimbly last point an almost ace by federer? IIRC roddick barely touched it, I wouldn't call that an error. I wouldn't call that a clean winner either, but it's more a winner than an error to me.

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Nice stats, even though I don't think they are that meaningful.

Also on your list, wasn't 2005 wimbly last point an almost ace by federer? IIRC roddick barely touched it, I wouldn't call that an error. I wouldn't call that a clean winner either, but it's more a winner than an error to me.
Well, Roddick had no chance of returning it but he managed to basically stop the ball so under the definition of winners, this wasn't one.

It would perhaps be an idea to differentiate bewteen forced errors and unforced errors? Not that it matters much.
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