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BPs in Fed vs Rafa

Does someone have a total number of break points and break points converted in the Federer - Nadal matchup? Thank you.
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You can count by yourself using the ATP website, unfortunately no mentioning about the number of games out there which is vital. Roland Garros' 12: Nadal 9/17 at break points converted against Djokovic which is 52%, but in fact it's 100% because all the break points he had, occurred in all games he got the breaks, and he won 6-4 6-3 2-6 7-5, and thank you very much.

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Agreed, but no one ever uses that stat. Imo, I would replace the bp stats with games saved with bp against or something similar. For instance, Federer 4/6 means that his opponents had bp(s) in 6 games, but only broke twice.
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Agreed, but no one ever uses that stat. Imo, I would replace the bp stats with games saved with bp against or something similar. For instance, Federer 4/6 means that his opponents had bp(s) in 6 games, but only broke twice.
I put the emphasis on number of games in which break points were saved manufacturing stats of matches. I've just opened a new thread in which I'll be gradually adding finals of majors (and other interesting matches), and there will always be included info about the number of games, in parenthesis; but I agree that my way of description, for instance 4/12 (6) might be depicted in your way, thus 4/6.

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Re: BPs in Fed vs Rafa

Fed 2/34
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ATP site >> Federer VS Nadal H2H >> Click on the final result of each match >> Break points won/saved


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