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12-13-2008, 06:07 PM

Relax, it's not a troll attempt.

Look at the official ATPtennis.com statistic of 2008 - http://www.atptennis.com/en/players/matchfacts/

Let's analyse current top-4 players. We have two categories here: "service games" and "ROS games". We have 6 criterias to determind the best on service and 4 of them to choose the best on return. After getting an arithmetic average with the places players got we have the next:

Nadal:

Serve - #39 + #2 + #27 + #1 + #4 + #5 = #13

ROS - #1 + #1 + #3 + #1 = #1

avrg = #7, diff = 12

Federer:

Serve - #3 + #11 + #5 + #2 + #3 + #1 = #4

ROS - #7 + #9 + #21 + #10 = #12

avrg = #8, diff = 8

Djokovic:

Serve - #10 + #10 + #18 + #3 + #6 + #6 = #9

ROS - #8 + #10 + #1 + #4 = #6

avrg = #7, diff = 3

Murray:

Serve - #12 + #38 + #12 + #31 + #22 + #18 = #22

ROS - #3 + #3 + #18 + #6 = #7

avrg = #10, diff = 15

I know this statistic can not be representable, but I guess it contains some truth inside. Do you think Djokovic is the most complete player on tour right now? I mean Federer can't be the complete player coz he plays old-fashioned one-handed BH; Nadal - you can't name him a total complete player even you are a fan of him; Murray - the kid has a potential, but having a crap forehand he can not be named as a complete.

So, is Djoko an implementation of the perfect player? Perfect means no genius, it means complete.

Thoughts, disscusions.:confused:

Look at the official ATPtennis.com statistic of 2008 - http://www.atptennis.com/en/players/matchfacts/

Let's analyse current top-4 players. We have two categories here: "service games" and "ROS games". We have 6 criterias to determind the best on service and 4 of them to choose the best on return. After getting an arithmetic average with the places players got we have the next:

Nadal:

Serve - #39 + #2 + #27 + #1 + #4 + #5 = #13

ROS - #1 + #1 + #3 + #1 = #1

avrg = #7, diff = 12

Federer:

Serve - #3 + #11 + #5 + #2 + #3 + #1 = #4

ROS - #7 + #9 + #21 + #10 = #12

avrg = #8, diff = 8

Djokovic:

Serve - #10 + #10 + #18 + #3 + #6 + #6 = #9

ROS - #8 + #10 + #1 + #4 = #6

avrg = #7, diff = 3

Murray:

Serve - #12 + #38 + #12 + #31 + #22 + #18 = #22

ROS - #3 + #3 + #18 + #6 = #7

avrg = #10, diff = 15

I know this statistic can not be representable, but I guess it contains some truth inside. Do you think Djokovic is the most complete player on tour right now? I mean Federer can't be the complete player coz he plays old-fashioned one-handed BH; Nadal - you can't name him a total complete player even you are a fan of him; Murray - the kid has a potential, but having a crap forehand he can not be named as a complete.

So, is Djoko an implementation of the perfect player? Perfect means no genius, it means complete.

Thoughts, disscusions.:confused: