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heya
04-24-2004, 01:36 PM
Individual stats!

Deboogle!.
04-24-2004, 02:42 PM
great idea, heya, we should keep track of Andy throughout the season :)

the one that impresses me - 65% first serves on the season. That's amazing!

Havok
04-24-2004, 05:25 PM
:eek: look at those % won when returning. he's right there with Federer :eek: and yes that 65% 1st serve is :worship: for osmeone who hits it as hard as he is, he ain't no Philippoussis when trying to get that serve over the net:D

Deboogle!.
04-24-2004, 05:32 PM
Yea Naldo.... PROOF that Andy's improved his return game :)

Deboogle!.
04-24-2004, 06:26 PM
check out this file too
http://www.atptennis.com/en/media/rankings/bythenumbers_03.pdf

Not too shabby :)

Carito_90
04-24-2004, 06:50 PM
:worship:

that's aaaall i can say

andyroxmysox12191
04-24-2004, 07:05 PM
all i have to say is wow. are all those aces this year? didn't he have like 900 something at the end of last year? wow..

Carito_90
04-24-2004, 07:09 PM
didn't he have like 900 something at the end of last year?

OMFG! he did?

Deboogle!.
04-24-2004, 07:14 PM
he had 989 aces at the end of last year :worship:

tangerine_dream
04-24-2004, 07:17 PM
It is time to give Andy his Quarterly Report Card! What grade shall we give our little duckie so far? Let us compare:

2003 Schedule
JANUARY
Adidas International, Sydney (Rnd 16)
Australian Open (SF)

FEBRUARY
Kroger St. Jude, Memphis (Final)

MARCH
International Tennis Championships, Delray Beach (Rnd 32)
Pacific Life, Indian Wells (QF)
Nasdaq-100, Miami (Rnd 32)

APRIL
U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships, Houston (Final)
TMS Monte Carlo, Monte Carlo (Rnd 64)


2004 Schedule
JANUARY
Qatar ExxonMobile, Qatar (Rnd 16)
Kooyong, Australia (SF)
Australian Open (QF)

FEBRUARY
Siebel Open, San Jose (WON)
Kroger St Jude, Memphis (QF)

MARCH
Arizona Men's Tennis Championships, Scottsdale (SF)
Pacific Life, Indian Wells (QF)
Nasdaq-100, Miami (WON)

APRIL
U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships, Houston (Final)
skipped Monte Carlo this year

Singles Record: 32 - 6
Singles Titles: 2
Doubles Record: 3 - 1
Doubles Titles: 0

In the first quarter of 2003, he played 12 TBs. He won 5 of them.
This year, he has so far played 15 TBs (including DC matches). He's won 11 of them. :D

Based on his results alone, we can see that Andy has definitely shown some improvement since last year. Compared to 2003, he has made at least the QFs in all of his tourneys (except Qatar, damn sand ;) ) and has won two titles! He also has Davis Cup and the Olympics to contend with this year.

For spectacular moments in his career, last year at Australia he had that classic five-hour match with El Anayoui. This year, no classic matches on par with that but he did break his own serve record of 150mph to 152 mph. :worship:

andyroxmysox12191
04-24-2004, 07:18 PM
he had 989 aces at the end of last year
thats what i thought. i used that in my private message for my brother..he said this and i quote "Big whoop. his serve is the only thing he has" and thats when i started IMing him with defense for andy :lol:

tangerine_dream
04-24-2004, 07:19 PM
415 aces so far, holy smoke! :worship: He may end up breaking the 1,000 mark by the end of this year. :D

andyroxmysox12191
04-24-2004, 07:20 PM
i give him a A- :lol: ;)

tangerine_dream
04-24-2004, 07:32 PM
His look has changed a bit in just a year, too. He's still growing up. :lol:

Andy in April 2003 (Houston)
http://www.atptennis.com/shared/photos/200X150/roddick_clay2.jpg


Andy in April 2004 (Houston)
http://us.news2.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20040418/capt.htt10404182055.us_mens_clay_court_htt104.jpg

Carito_90
04-24-2004, 07:44 PM
Yah. I dunno why he's not wearing his trucker hat backwards. I read on an interview that he said that he prefered wearing the trucker hat backwards (when it wasn't sunny) But i haven't seen him wearing it like that this year. weird lol

he had 989 aces at the end of last year

holyshit! that deserves another :worship:

Deboogle!.
04-24-2004, 07:47 PM
points-wise Andy is around 80 CR points ahead of where he was after Houston last year. However, he's skipping St. Poelten which was 35 points, so he would really be well-served (pun intended ;)) to step it up big at Rome, Hamburg, and RG, where last year he won a combined two, yes 2, between one and three, matches. Because then he has muchas points to make up at Queens and Wimby. I think the little grass season will be big for him because that's where he really can make up ground on Guille and Juan Carlos, who are still struggling on the turf. I think Andy needs to at least SF at Wimby again to keep him on good pace going into "his" time of year, where it does seem doubtful that he'll match last year's incredible results. and making SF at Wimby won't be that easy - he had a relatively soft draw last year til he met Roger. and with Safin volleying more, he'll be tough on grass too. The year in general is looking to be really tough. lol

star
04-24-2004, 08:18 PM
Just to be picky and pedantic because I've become so annoyed at the commenters callying clay andything but clay: Turf = grass. see, http://www.merriam-webster.com/cgi-bin/dictionary?book=Dictionary&va=turf&x=8&y=12

But other than that I agree. Andy needs to do better in the clay season.

J. Corwin
04-24-2004, 08:33 PM
I'm not expecting too much from Andy so he gets an A so far. ;)

What's more impressive than his 989 aces last year is the aces he already has this year. Hopefully he'll break the millennium mark.

*loves my tennis guide for all these stats*

Deboogle!.
04-24-2004, 09:55 PM
I meant grass=turf :) I said "make up ground on Guille and Juan Carlos, who are still struggling on the turf." if I meant clay, that would make like NO sense! lol

star
04-24-2004, 09:58 PM
oh... I thought you meant they were struggling for supremacy against one another on the "turf" (clay)

I blame the whole misunderstanding on McEnroe and Gilbert. :p

Deboogle!.
04-24-2004, 10:04 PM
hehe nope I meant that he can't really catch up to them on clay so he has to take the opportunity where he can, and he has a chance to do a lot better than them on grass. I'm so excited to see how he'll do on grass this year with his new net game ;)

and lmfao shouldn't confusion about grass be all Pete's fault? :p

heya
04-26-2004, 10:53 AM
Entry Ranking
1 Federer, Roger (SUI )
5545
2 Roddick, Andy (USA )
4795
3 Ferrero, Juan Carlos (ESP )
3835
4 Coria, Guillermo (ARG )
3715
5 Schuettler, Rainer (GER )
2560
6 Agassi, Andre (USA )
2395
7 Henman, Tim (GBR )
2140
8 Nalbandian, David (ARG )
2010
9 Moya, Carlos (ESP )
1945
10 Grosjean, Sebastien
1665

ATP Race
1st Federer, R. 379

2nd Roddick, A. 266

3rd Coria, G. 238

4th Safin, M. 221

5th Moya, C. 205

6th Agassi, A. 165

7th Henman, T. 156

8th Hewitt, L. 144

8th Hrbaty, D. 144

10th Ferrero, J. 143
Andy probably doesn't care much about his results in the clay season, but if he walks out of his house, he'll earn a few points & his peers can lose early.
I don't believe he'll be in the top 3 this year. :banghead:
Attention Deficit Disorder ANDY! :rocker2::retard:

Carito_90
04-26-2004, 04:07 PM
Thnx for the info heya :)

Deboogle!.
04-26-2004, 04:09 PM
According to Bob Larson, the #1 ranking is up for grabs at Rome. Andy GET OFF YOUR ASS AND PLAY WELL DAMNIT

heya
05-07-2004, 03:06 AM
The Olympic Tennis Event will be played from Sunday, 15 August through Sunday, 22 August, 2004 at the new Olympic Tennis Centre in Athens, Greece. The competition will include menís and womenís singles (64 draws) and menís and womenís doubles (32 draws).

Not including Olympics
Federer has at least 2310 points to defend
Andy has at least 2830 points to defend
Coria has at least 2485 points to defend
Ferrero has at least 2945 points to defend

Deboogle!.
05-07-2004, 03:11 AM
thanks for the point totals, heya, so that's through the end of the year you mean?

heya
05-08-2004, 12:16 AM
:fiery::tears: Too many points for the rest of the year.

I guess doing well in the summer last year made it a burden for this year.

I don't believe his knee's that bad.
Why play a little bit in Hamburg for a few pts when he can quit again?

Olympics, Davis Cup, summer/fall events & Masters Cup are important if he wants to stay in the top 3. He's perfectly capable of being #1. He's just a damn headless chicken, not a duck!:mad:

Remember when no one expected that he was talented enough for the pro tour until really late in his teens?
Is he more interested in being the best or in worshipping other players?
Andy's unwilling to be a leader. I'm not talking about Davis Cup, but about his overall competitive spirit. Enough with the excessive self-deprecation, and poor preparation
before important tournaments. That brought down his level.

IMO, he's been more of a tennis promoter than a tennis player & expectations aren't the highest for him.

Throw away the wimpy body language, & rehearsed line: "I have 2 weapons & can only play the power style."

If he wants to go for stupid, cute volleys & self-destruct like he did in Wimbledon, Masters Cup & Miami, he should take a long break to get back to the drawing board. :rolleyes:

LCeh
05-08-2004, 12:23 AM
IMO, he's been more of a tennis promoter than a tennis player & expectations aren't the highest for him.

Throw away the wimpy body language, & rehearsed line: "I have 2 weapons & can only play the power style."

If he wants to go for stupid, cute volleys & self-destruct like he did in Wimbledon, Masters Cup & Miami, he should take a long break to get back to the drawing board. :rolleyes:

Hmm... I don't quite get what you mean... do you mean Andy should throw away the cute volleys and go for his power style, or throw away the power style and try out other tactics?

Havok
05-08-2004, 12:35 AM
:scratch:

heya like I said before, calm the heck down. I don't know why you keep on insisting that Andy gives excuses for losses:retard:

heya
05-08-2004, 12:51 AM
LCeh, his power style is ok. I'm saying he has little confidence and
sometimes in 1 crucial game, he dumped serve because he rushed to the net, pt after pt...making bad errors even when his opponent didn't force him to volley.

naldo, his interviews don't tell everything either.
He can give excuses, but it's time for him to be smarter so there'll be better excuses in the future. He can't be a top 10 player with many problems/distractions.
I just want him to do well. It's been so long since I saw his matches.

Havok
05-08-2004, 12:59 AM
He is gonna stay top 10 this year. Even if he just has blah results for the rest of the year (which won't happen;)) he'll end the year inside the top 10. It's easy to get pissed at him dunring the clay season, going down 1st round at Rome:fiery: not playing MC and now pulling out of Hamburg because of his knee:sad:, but after that its grass(he's the top grass player alongside Fed) and hardcourt(he's king of the hardcourt:D) He'll easily finish top 3 if he puts up really good results during grass/hardcourt, and I fully expect him to do so. It all depends on how well Coria can maintain his consistency and can he do it throughout the whole year wether or not its Andy or Coria that will get that #2 rank, but Andy will prob not be ranked any lower than 3, so he's pretty much safe. and sheesh heya Andy's having the best start of the year he's ever had and you still criticise him:lol: gotta love those critics:hug:

Sjengster
05-08-2004, 01:07 AM
Impressive serving stats by Roddick, but he's got a long way to go if he's going to beat the 1,477 that Ivanisevic served in 1996. Not that that really matters or should do, of course.

Out of interest heya, what is it that you actually like about Roddick? I've only ever seen you post tirades of criticism about his game (when you're not making childishly pithy comments about Federer, of course).

heya
05-08-2004, 01:08 AM
:haha: :D Andy's fans are crazed supporters.
That's why his haters can't stand it!!!
I can see one lurking this forum now....:devil: :bounce:

Sjengster
05-08-2004, 01:13 AM
That doesn't really answer my question, I already knew you were a crazed supporter, but you can't just dismiss me as a Roddick hater. A Roddick detractor, yes, but you'll never see me post the kind of thing argiesf did in that Rome thread, for instance.

heya
05-09-2004, 09:08 AM
lmao Easy draws for #1 & 2 in Hamburg.

tangerine_dream
05-09-2004, 07:30 PM
you can't just dismiss me as a Roddick hater. A Roddick detractor, yes, but ....

Ingrate!

You should be on your knees worshipping Kid Roddick right now because he saved your tennis hero's butt in that hotel fire. :)

star
05-09-2004, 08:43 PM
Too right, Tangy!

Where is the love???????????????

Sjengster
05-10-2004, 12:39 AM
Ingrate!

You should be on your knees worshipping Kid Roddick right now because he saved your tennis hero's butt in that hotel fire. :)

I tend to be a detractor of Roddick's tennis, rather than his off-court hotel evacuation skills. ;) I'm sure Schalken did most of the thanking for me, he tends to save his worship for Federer.

Dirk
05-10-2004, 12:47 AM
:haha: Sjengster. I just hope Sjeng continues to :worship: Roger next week. ;)

Sjengster
05-10-2004, 12:51 AM
Yes, I was thinking of you Dirk when I made that semi-sarcastic comment. When you first mentioned it it didn't exactly endear you to me.

Dirk
05-10-2004, 03:14 PM
Sjengster don't blame me. :lol: Sjeng himself is very open about his worship for Federer. Saying many things about him after they play and such. I was just teasing you about the whole towel boy thing. I do hope they play each other at Wimbly again. They seem like good pals.

J. Corwin
05-10-2004, 06:49 PM
Good pals eh? That's cool.

Dirk
05-10-2004, 06:54 PM
Yep they are. Sjeng wanted Roger to win Wimbly last year after he lost to him and said he is a Federer fan before the Cup last year. He called Roger "superman". :hug:

Deboogle!.
05-12-2004, 12:48 AM
LOL You guys are too funny :) YAY Naldo congrats on your 2 buttons too :banana:

heya
05-12-2004, 03:44 PM
http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&threadm=67bf894f.0308091247.3eaf39ed%40posting.goo gle.com&rnum=8&prev=/groups%3Fhl%3Den%26lr%3D%26ie%3DUTF-8%26oe%3DUTF-8%26tab%3Dng%26q%3DFederer%26sa%3DN
Check this newsgroup out. HEHEHEHE Yummy Andy fans!

heya
05-14-2004, 11:45 AM
http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&frame=right&rnum=91&thl=850729552,850727913,850430057,850282625,850095 562,849865772,849562395,849540159,939236134,939205 237,853022501,852765563&seekm=y2Soc.31133%242f6.932270%40twister.tampabay. rr.com#link91
Who said "clay courts is ultimate skills test"?

It's almost not a tennis test at all. They need to speed up the clay so the
great strokes translate to winning points. The fact great tennis players
don't win FO should be a clue - it's just way too slow it becomes a c-grade
version of tennis, which doesn't help the FO as far as prestige goes.... I'm
sure FO committee would be chuffed to have Sampras on their honour roll
rather than Costa - 'Look, we are a great tournament - the best players have
won our championship.'

I'm not saying make it so fast that Sampras/Becker/Fed win *every* yr, but
it's skewed against the talented players, & the only reason it's a blue-chip
is the different surface.... FO needs blue-chip champs.....
:yeah:

J. Corwin
05-14-2004, 12:38 PM
Actually I disagree with you. I think a variety of different surfaces is best. And the French is every bit as important/prestigious as the rest.

WyveN
05-14-2004, 03:41 PM
It's almost not a tennis test at all. They need to speed up the clay so the
great strokes translate to winning points. The fact great tennis players
don't win FO should be a clue - it's just way too slow it becomes a c-grade
version of tennis, which doesn't help the FO as far as prestige goes.... I'm
sure FO committee would be chuffed to have Sampras on their honour roll
rather than Costa - 'Look, we are a great tournament - the best players have
won our championship.'

I'm not saying make it so fast that Sampras/Becker/Fed win *every* yr, but
it's skewed against the talented players, & the only reason it's a blue-chip
is the different surface.... FO needs blue-chip champs.....
:yeah:

I suggest you post this in GM.

Deboogle!.
05-14-2004, 04:28 PM
Guille won his match today so he'll overtake Andy on the Champions Race next week if anyone cares so he'll go to at least #4

Carito_90
05-14-2004, 05:38 PM
Guille won his match today so he'll overtake Andy on the Champions Race next week if anyone cares so he'll go to at least #4

Well it was kinda obvious... i guess he'll catch up in the grass season

Deboogle!.
05-14-2004, 05:40 PM
Well it was kinda obvious... i guess he'll catch up in the grass season

yea maybe, if he gets off his ass and works! He's got a ton of points to defend there with the win at Queens and the SF at Wimby!

Havok
05-14-2004, 07:37 PM
Guille won his match today so he'll overtake Andy on the Champions Race next week if anyone cares so he'll go to at least #4
lol, he'll take back his #2 spot soon enough;) afterall, grass is coming and Coria and Moya are oh soo good on the grass:p (Moya is but we dont even know if he's gonna show up this year or not:retard: ) Anyways, its the rankings that count, and he's a healthy 1000+ pts ahead of Coria:p

Deboogle!.
05-14-2004, 08:11 PM
hey I was just stating the fact :)

J. Corwin
05-14-2004, 08:47 PM
Andy could have just sat on his ass this whole clay season and it would still be the same anyway. Why work when you can achieve the same results? ;);)

heya
05-15-2004, 11:56 AM
Actually I disagree with you. I think a variety of different surfaces is best. And the French is every bit as important/prestigious as the rest.
Of course, that wasn't my post.
That was a newsgroup post. It's easy for the trolls to read!
Fishy fishy... LOL

heya
06-19-2004, 09:12 AM
RODDICK Wins Loss Win %
Jose Acasuso ARG 1 0 1.000 Andre Agassi USA 1 4 0.200 Mario Ancic CRO 1 0 1.000
Wayne Arthurs AUS 1 1 0.500 George Bastl SUI 1 0 1.000 Karol Beck SVK 3 0 1.000
Jonas Bjorkman SWE 4 2 0.667 Byron Black ZIM 1 0 1.000 James Blake USA 5 0 1.000
Alex Bogomolov USA 1 0 1.000 Julien Boutter FRA 1 1 0.500 Jack Brasington USA 1 0 1.000
Bob Bryan USA 1 0 1.000 Lars Burgsmuller GER 1 0 1.000 Alex Calatrava ESP 2 0 1.000
Agustin Calleri ARG 0 1 0.000 Guillermo Canas ARG 1 2 0.333 Kenneth Carlsen DEN 1 0 1.000
Gregory Carraz FRA 1 0 1.000 Michael Chang USA 2 0 1.000 Juan Ignacio Chela ARG 2 1 0.667
Arnaud Clement FRA 0 2 0.000 Guillermo Coria ARG 3 0 1.000 Alex Corretja ESP 2 0 1.000
Albert Costa ESP 0 1 0.000 Nikolay Davydenko RUS 3 0 1.000 Sebastien De Chaunac FRA 1 0 1.000
Rik De Voest RSA 1 0 1.000 Taylor Dent USA 2 1 0.667 Slava Dosedel CZE 1 0 1.000
Scott Draper AUS 1 0 1.000 Antony Dupuis FRA 2 0 1.000 Younes El Aynaoui MAR 1 0 1.000
Gilles Elseneer BEL 1 0 1.000 Thomas Enqvist SWE 2 2 0.500 Nicolas Escude FRA 1 0 1.000
Roger Federer SUI 1 5 0.167 Wayne Ferreira RSA 2 0 1.000 Juan Carlos Ferrero ESP 1 0 1.000
Mardy Fish USA 3 1 0.750 Jan-Michael Gambill USA 2 2 0.500 Andrea Gaudenzi ITA 1 0 1.000
Justin Gimelstob USA 1 0 1.000 Robby Ginepri USA 2 0 1.000 Paul Goldstein USA 1 0 1.000
Jerome Golmard FRA 1 0 1.000 Fernando Gonzalez CHI 2 1 0.667 Sebastien Grosjean FRA 4 1 0.800
Magnus Gustafsson SWE 1 0 1.000 Tommy Haas GER 0 4 0.000 Victor Hanescu ROM 1 0 1.000
Tim Henman GBR 1 3 0.250 Ivo Heuberger SUI 1 0 1.000 Lleyton Hewitt AUS 1 3 0.250
Luis Horna PER 1 0 1.000 Dominik Hrbaty SVK 2 1 0.667 Stephane Huet FRA 1 0 1.000
Andrew Ilie AUS 1 0 1.000 Goran Ivanisevic CRO 0 1 0.000 Joachim Johansson SWE 1 0 1.000
Thomas Johansson SWE 1 0 1.000 Robert Kendrick USA 2 0 1.000 Nicolas Kiefer GER 1 0 1.000
Philipp Kohlschreiber GER 1 0 1.000 Stefan Koubek AUT 4 0 1.000 Zeljko Krajan CRO 1 0 1.000
Richard Krajicek NED 1 0 1.000 Michel Kratochvil SUI 2 0 1.000 Jan Kroslak SVK 1 0 1.000
Karol Kucera SVK 3 0 1.000 Gustavo Kuerten BRA 1 1 0.500 Nicolas Lapentti ECU 1 0 1.000
Hyung-Taik Lee KOR 6 1 0.857 Harel Levy ISR 1 1 0.500 Ivan Ljubicic CRO 4 1 0.800
Michael Llodra FRA 1 0 1.000 Feliciano Lopez ESP 1 0 1.000 Xavier Malisse BEL 7 0 1.000
Cecil Mamiit USA 1 0 1.000 Harsh Mankad IND 1 0 1.000 Alberto Martin ESP 3 0 1.000
Todd Martin USA 4 1 0.800 Nicolas Massu CHI 0 1 0.000 Fernando Meligeni BRA 2 1 0.667
Jurgen Melzer AUT 2 0 1.000 Max Mirnyi BLR 2 0 1.000 Jeff Morrison USA 1 0 1.000
Carlos Moya ESP 3 0 1.000 Olivier Mutis FRA 1 1 0.500 David Nalbandian ARG 3 1 0.750
Jiri Novak CZE 1 0 1.000 Leander Paes IND 1 0 1.000 Andrei Pavel ROM 3 1 0.750
Albert Portas ESP 0 1 0.000 Gianluca Pozzi ITA 0 1 0.000 Marcelo Rios CHI 2 0 1.000
Tommy Robredo ESP 6 0 1.000 Christophe Rochus BEL 1 0 1.000 Olivier Rochus BEL 1 0 1.000
Marc Rosset SUI 1 0 1.000 Greg Rusedski GBR 3 1 0.750 Michael Russell USA 1 0 1.000
Andre Sa BRA 1 1 0.500 Marat Safin RUS 1 2 0.333 Pete Sampras USA 2 1 0.667
David Sanchez ESP 1 0 1.000 Davide Sanguinetti ITA 2 1 0.667 Fabrice Santoro FRA 1 0 1.000
Flavio Saretta BRA 1 0 1.000 Sargis Sargsian ARM 1 1 0.500 Cyril Saulnier FRA 2 0 1.000
Sjeng Schalken NED 4 1 0.800 Jean-Claude Scherrer SUI 1 0 1.000 Rainer Schuettler GER 1 3 0.250
Raemon Sluiter NED 3 0 1.000 Vincent Spadea USA 1 1 0.500 Paradorn Srichaphan THA 4 1 0.800
Laurence Tieleman ITA 0 1 0.000 Bohdan Ulihrach CZE 4 0 1.000 Brian Vahaly USA 2 0 1.000
John Van Lottum NED 1 0 1.000 Jiri Vanek CZE 0 1 0.000 Fernando Verdasco ESP 1 0 1.000
Martin Verkerk NED 1 1 0.500 Fernando Vicente ESP 2 0 1.000 Kristof Vliegen BEL 1 0 1.000
Adrian Voinea ROM 2 0 1.000 Chris Woodruff USA 1 0 1.000 Mikhail Youzhny RUS 1 2 0.333
Mariano Zabaleta ARG 2 0 1.000 Nenad Zimonjic SCG 1 0 1.000 Total 212 70 0.752

Leading : 102
Trailing : 18
Tie : 11
Total : 131

heya
06-19-2004, 09:13 AM
Federer Wins Loss Win %
Maximilian Abel GER 1 0 1.000 Jose Acasuso ARG 1 0 1.000
Andre Agassi USA 3 3 0.500 Karim Alami MAR 1 0 1.000 Mario Ancic CRO 0 1 0.000
Hicham Arazi MAR 3 1 0.750 Lucas Arnold ARG 0 1 0.000 Wayne Arthurs AUS 2 0 1.000
Thierry Ascione FRA 1 0 1.000 Karol Beck SVK 1 0 1.000 Jonas Bjorkman SWE 3 0 1.000
Byron Black ZIM 0 1 0.000 James Blake USA 1 0 1.000 Alex Bogomolov USA 1 0 1.000
Julien Boutter FRA 2 0 1.000 Sergi Bruguera ESP 0 1 0.000 Bob Bryan USA 1 0 1.000
Lars Burgsmuller GER 2 0 1.000 Guillermo Canas ARG 0 1 0.000 Kenneth Carlsen DEN 0 1 0.000
Michael Chang USA 4 1 0.800 Juan Ignacio Chela ARG 3 0 1.000 Francisco Clavet ESP 0 1 0.000
Arnaud Clement FRA 5 3 0.625 Guillermo Coria ARG 1 0 1.000 Alex Corretja ESP 2 3 0.400
Albert Costa ESP 2 2 0.500 Martin Damm CZE 1 0 1.000 Nikolay Davydenko RUS 2 0 1.000
Filip Dewulf BEL 1 0 1.000 Arnaud Di Pasquale FRA 2 1 0.667 Scott Draper AUS 1 0 1.000
Hendrik Dreekmann GER 1 0 1.000 Antony Dupuis FRA 2 0 1.000
Younes El Aynaoui MAR 3 1 0.750 Thomas Enqvist SWE 1 3 0.250 Nicolas Escude FRA 4 3 0.571
Wayne Ferreira RSA 1 2 0.333 David Ferrer ESP 1 0 1.000 Juan Carlos Ferrero ESP 4 3 0.571
Mardy Fish USA 4 0 1.000 Richard Fromberg AUS 1 1 0.500 Stefano Galvani ITA 1 0 1.000
Jan-Michael Gambill USA 3 1 0.750 Andrea Gaudenzi ITA 0 1 0.000 Gaston Gaudio ARG 3 0 1.000
Justin Gimelstob USA 1 0 1.000 Robby Ginepri USA 1 0 1.000 Jerome Golmard FRA 1 0 1.000
Denis Golovanov RUS 1 0 1.000 Fernando Gonzalez CHI 2 0 1.000 Sebastien Grosjean FRA 1 2 0.333
Tommy Haas GER 2 2 0.500 Victor Hanescu ROM 1 0 1.000 Markus Hantschk GER 0 1 0.000
Tim Henman GBR 2 6 0.250 Ivo Heuberger SUI 1 0 1.000 Lleyton Hewitt AUS 4 7 0.364
Luis Horna PER 1 1 0.500 Dominik Hrbaty SVK 0 1 0.000 Andrew Ilie AUS 1 0 1.000
Goran Ivanisevic CRO 2 0 1.000 Thomas Johansson SWE 5 0 1.000 Fredrik Jonsson SWE 1 0 1.000
Yevgeny Kafelnikov RUS 2 4 0.333 Nicolas Kiefer GER 3 3 0.500 Jens Knippschild GER 1 0 1.000
Stefan Koubek AUT 4 1 0.800 Zeljko Krajan CRO 2 0 1.000 Richard Krajicek NED 2 0 1.000
Michel Kratochvil SUI 3 0 1.000 Jan Kroslak SVK 1 0 1.000 Karol Kucera SVK 3 1 0.750
Gustavo Kuerten BRA 1 2 0.333 Irakli Labadze GEO 1 0 1.000 Nicolas Lapentti ECU 3 0 1.000
Magnus Larsson SWE 1 1 0.500 Hyung-Taik Lee KOR 1 0 1.000 Jean-Rene Lisnard FRA 2 0 1.000
Ivan Ljubicic CRO 3 3 0.500 Feliciano Lopez ESP 3 0 1.000 Marc Lopez ESP 1 0 1.000
Xavier Malisse BEL 6 1 0.857 Felix Mantilla ESP 1 1 0.500 Todd Martin USA 1 0 1.000
Nicolas Massu CHI 1 1 0.500 Paul-Henri Mathieu FRA 1 0 1.000 Andrei Medvedev UKR 0 1 0.000
Max Mirnyi BLR 5 2 0.714 Jeff Morrison USA 2 0 1.000 Carlos Moya ESP 4 0 1.000
Rafael Nadal ESP 0 1 0.000 David Nalbandian ARG 2 5 0.286 Daniel Nestor CAN 1 0 1.000
Jarkko Nieminen FIN 5 0 1.000 Magnus Norman SWE 1 0 1.000 Jiri Novak CZE 5 4 0.556
Andrei Pavel ROM 7 1 0.875 Bjorn Phau GER 0 1 0.000 Mark Philippoussis AUS 4 1 0.800
Cedric Pioline FRA 1 0 1.000 Alexander Popp GER 1 0 1.000 Albert Portas ESP 2 0 1.000
Gianluca Pozzi ITA 1 1 0.500 David Prinosil GER 3 0 1.000 Patrick Rafter AUS 0 3 0.000
Guillaume Raoux FRA 2 0 1.000 Todd Reid AUS 1 0 1.000 Marcelo Rios CHI 2 0 1.000 Tommy Robredo ESP 5 0 1.000
Christophe Rochus BEL 1 0 1.000 Andy Roddick USA 5 1 0.833 Marc Rosset SUI 2 2 0.500
Greg Rusedski GBR 2 1 0.667 Marat Safin RUS 5 1 0.833 Pete Sampras USA 1 0 1.000 David Sanchez ESP 1 0 1.000
Davide Sanguinetti ITA 2 1 0.667 Fabrice Santoro FRA 3 2 0.600 Flavio Saretta BRA 1 0 1.000
Sargis Sargsian ARM 4 0 1.000 Cyril Saulnier FRA 2 0 1.000 Attila Savolt HUN 1 0 1.000 Sjeng Schalken NED 5 1 0.833
Rainer Schuettler GER 3 1 0.750 James Sekulov AUS 0 1 0.000 Jan Siemerink NED 0 1 0.000 Raemon Sluiter NED 4 0 1.000
Vincent Spadea USA 1 1 0.500 Monte Carlo Clay R64 Vincent Spadea 7-6(3) 6-0 :spit:
Franco Squillari ARG 0 2 0.000 Radek Stepanek CZE 0 1 0.000 Gstaad Clay R16 Radek Stepanek 3-6 6-3 6-2 :haha:
Andrei Stoliarov RUS 1 0 1.000 Nicolas Thomann FRA 1 0 1.000 Mikael Tillstrom SWE 1 0 1.000
Bohdan Ulihrach CZE 3 0 1.000 Daniel Vacek CZE 1 0 1.000 Christophe Van Garsse BEL 0 1 0.000
John Van Lottum NED 2 0 1.000 Jiri Vanek CZE 1 0 1.000 Martin Verkerk NED 2 0 1.000
Fernando Vicente ESP 1 0 1.000 Andreas Vinciguerra SWE 1 1 0.500 Kristof Vliegen BEL 1 0 1.000
Adrian Voinea ROM 2 0 1.000 Filippo Volandri ITA 1 0 1.000 Vladimir Voltchkov BLR 1 0 1.000
Alexander Waske GER 1 0 1.000 Peter Wessels NED 1 1 0.500 Mikhail Youzhny RUS 5 0 1.000
Mariano Zabaleta ARG 2 1 0.667 Total 275 114 0.707

Leading : 107
Trailing : 28
Tie : 15
Total : 150

heya
06-19-2004, 09:33 AM
Roddick Win-Loss Record
Titles YrW/L Hard ClayGrass CarpetIndoor Outdoor Slam 3-Set4-Set 5-Set
Tbreak
00 0 4-5 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-5 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 2-2
01 3 42-16 23-10 12-1 5-3 2-2 8-5 34-11 8-3 12-9 3-1 1-1 21-11
02 2 56-22 34-11 14-7 4-2 4-2 14-4 42-18 7-4 17-5 3-2 0-1 19-15
03 6 72-19 44-10 12-6 10-1 6-2 11-4 61-15 17-3 26-6 3-3 3-0 35-21
04 3 38-8 28-5 5-3 5-0 0-0 9-1 29-7 5-2 14-2 0-0 0-2 18-5
14

career 212-70 133-41 43-17 24-6 12-6 42-14
170-56 37-13 70-22 9-7 4-4 95-54

Federer
Titles YrW/L Hard ClayGrass CarpetIndoor Outdoor Slam 3-Set4-Set 5-Set
Tbreak
98 0 2-3 2-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 2-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1
99 0 13-17 4-5 0-5 0-2 9-5 12-7 1-10 0-2 5-3 1-2 0-2 6-11
00 0 36-30 21-15 3-7 2-3 10-5 20-10 16-20 7-4 10-13 2-2 3-1 18-16
01 1 49-21 21-9 9-5 9-3 10-4 21-8 28-13 13-4 20-11 6-2 3-0 27-17
02 3 58-22 30-11 12-4 5-3 11-4 24-7 34-15 6-4 17-12 3-1 0-1 18-11
03 7 78-17 46-11 15-4 12-0 5-2 23-4 55-13 13-3 33-8 2-1 0-3 28-18
04 5 39-4 23-2 11-2 5-0 0-0 6-1 33-3 9-1 15-2 3-0 0-0 8-1
16
career 275-114 147-54 50-28 33-11 45-21 108-39 167-75 48-18 100-49[/COLOR] 17-8 6-7 106-75

Henman
Titles YrW/L Hard ClayGrass CarpetIndoor Outdoor Slam 3-Set4-Set 5-Set
Tbreak
94 0 3-5 2-2 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 3-5 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-0 2-0
95 0 6-7 2-2 0-0 3-3 1-2 1-2 5-5 2-2 3-2 1-1 0-0 4-4
96 0 36-25 13-12 0-1 7-3 16-9 17-10 19-15 8-4 12-15 2-1 1-0 24-14
97 2 48-24 23-10 2-4 8-3 15-7 19-9 29-15 7-4 21-12 2-1 2-1 19-11
98 2 59-29 36-17 3-5 7-2 13-5 18-10 41-19 8-4 20-11 7-2 2-1 18-11
99 0 44-29 19-14 7-8 9-2 9-5 14-9 30-20 9-4 14-15 5-1 3-3 18-21
00 2 57-25 31-13 9-6 5-3 12-3 18-6 39-19 10-4 20-9 3-0 1-4 17-11
01 2 51-20 28-12 8-5 9-2 6-1 15-4 36-16 12-4 17-10 5-0 2-3 17-14
02 1 50-19 27-9 8-5 9-2 6-3 10-5 40-14 11-4 20-13 6-1 1-0 12-15
03 2 31-17 10-9 6-5 7-2 8-1 11-4 20-13 6-3 12-4 4-2 0-0 11-10
04 0 26-11 15-6 11-4 0-1 0-0 5-1 21-10 7-2 11-5 1-1 2-1 7-11
11
career 411-211 206-106 54-43 65-26 86-36 128-60
283-151 80-36 151-97 36-11 14-13 149-122

Coria
Titles YrW/L Hard ClayGrass CarpetIndoor Outdoor Slam 3-Set4-Set 5-Set
Tbreak
00 0 3-4 1-1 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-4 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-0 1-2
01 1 26-15 3-3 23-11 0-1 0-0 0-0 26-15 1-3 11-5 1-1 0-1 5-7
02 0 22-16 12-7 9-7 0-0 1-2 2-3 20-13 4-2 9-9 0-1 0-0 11-5
03 5 60-16 17-10 38-5 0-1 5-0 5-0 55-16 12-4 22-9 4-0 1-0 9-7
04 2 36-8 12-5 22-2 2-1 0-0 3-1 33-7 6-2 17-3 1-1 0-1 12-2
8
career 147-59 45-26 94-28 2-3 6-2 10-4
137-55 24-12 59-27 7-4 1-2 38-23

heya
06-19-2004, 09:58 AM
Roger Federer SUI 2225 1680 955 750 4610
Andy Roddick USA 1735 1930 830 200 4245
Guillermo Coria ARG 960 1530 1150 100 3735
---------------- GS MS Other MC Total entry rank points

Fumus
06-21-2004, 02:33 PM
wow 415 aces that's more aces, than a NY deck of cards..