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Masters Series 1000 Records

kingfederer
05-10-2009, 04:57 PM
Fastest to:
5 titles: Nadal (9 tournaments/2 years: Monte Carlo 2005 - Monte Carlo 2006)
10 titles: Nadal (27 tournaments/4 years: Monte Carlo 2005 - Monte Carlo 2008)
15 titles: Nadal (37 tournaments/5 years: Monte Carlo 2005 - Rome 2009)

Note: (Number of tournaments needed to reach landmark(5,10,15) titles after winning first title)


Winners of the "Indian Wells - Miami double":
Courier (1991)
Chang (1992)
Sampras (1994)
Ríos (1998)
Agassi (2001)
Federer (2005, 2006)


Winners of the "Monte-Carlo - Rome double":
Muster (1995, 1996)
Kuerten (1999)
Nadal (2005, 2006, 2007, 2009)


Winners of the "Canada - Cincinnati double":
Agassi (1995)
Rafter (1998)
Roddick (2003)


Winners of the "Madrid/Shanghai(First Indoor) - Paris double":
Safin (2004)
Nalbandian (2007)


Other Consecutive Wins:
2: Federer (Hamburg, Canada) (2004)
2: Nadal (Hamburg, Canada) (2008)
2: Murray (Cincinnati, Madrid) (2008)


Winners of the 4 North American Masters tournaments:
Chang (Canada 1990, Indian Wells & Miami 1992, Cincinnati 1993)
Agassi (Miami 1990, Canada 1992, Cincinnati 1995, Indian Wells 2001)
Federer (Indian Wells 2004, Canada 2004, Miami 2005, Cincinnati 2005)

Note: Federer is the only player to have won more than one title at each tournament.


Winners of the 3 Masters tournaments on clay:
Ríos (Monte Carlo 1997, Rome 1998, Hamburg 1999)
Kuerten (Monte Carlo 1999, Rome 1999, Hamburg 2000)
Nadal (Monte Carlo 2005, Rome 2005, Hamburg 2008)


Winners of both Indoor Masters tournaments:
Becker (First Indoor 1990, Paris 1992)
Ivanisevic (First Indoor 1992, Paris 1993)
Enqvist (Paris 1996, First Indoor 1999)
Agassi (Paris 1994, First Indoor 2002)
Safin (Paris 2000, First Indoor 2004)
Nalbandian (First Indoor 2007, Paris 2007)


Winners of the Masters tournaments on the 3 different surfaces in Career (Hard, Clay, Indoor):
Edberg (Indian Wells 1990, Paris 1990, Hamburg 1992)
Sampras (Cincinnati 1992, Rome 1994, Paris 1995)
Agassi (Miami 1990, Paris 1994, Rome 2002)
Muster (Rome 1990, Essen 1995, Miami 1997)
Nadal (Monte Carlo 2005, Canada 205, Madrid 2005)
Federer (Hamburg 2002, Indian Wells 2004, Madrid 2006)

Note: Rafael Nadal is the only one to have achieved this on a same calendar year(2005).


Winners of the single and double title at the same tournament:
Courier (Indian Wells 1991)
Nadal (Monte Carlo 2008)


Most overall Wins:
17: Agassi (17-6)


Most overall Finals:
23: Federer (14-9)
23: Agassi (17-6)
19: Sampras (11-8)
19: Nadal (15-4)


Most wins at one tournament:
6: Agassi (Miami: 1990, 1995, 1996, 2001, 2002, 2003)
5: Nadal (Monte Carlo 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009)


Most consecutive wins at one tournament:
5: Nadal (Monte Carlo 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009)


Most different tournaments won in Career:
7/9: Agassi (missing Monte Carlo, Hamburg)
6/9 Federer (missing Monte Carlo, Rome, Paris)
6/9 Nadal (missing Miami, Cincinnati, Paris)
5/9 Sampras (Monte Carlo, Hamburg, Canada, Madrid)
5/9 Rios (Canada, Cincinnati, Madrid, Paris)


Reached All 4 Outdoor Hardcourt Finals in Career:
Chang
Agassi
Sampras
Kuerten
Federer
Djokovic


Reached All 3 Clay Finals in Career:
Rios
Kuerten
Chesnokov
Becker
Ferrero
Costa
Corretja
Coria
Federer
Nadal


Reached Both Indoor Finals in Career:
Becker
Ivanisevic
Enqvist
Agassi
Safin
Edberg
Forget
Sampras
Kafelnikov
Hewitt
Ljubicic
Nalbandian
Nadal


Reached Finals on All Surfaces in Career (Hard, Clay, Indoor, Carpet):
Edberg
Sampras
Muster
Agassi
Ivanisevic
Krajicek
Kafelnikov
Safin
Nadal


Most different tournament finals played:
8/9: Federer (missing Paris)
8/9: Nadal (missing Cincinnati)
7/9: Agassi (missing Monte Carlo, Hamburg)
7/9: Sampras (missing Monte Carlo, Hamburg)
7/9: Kuerten (missing Madrid, Paris)


Most Tournaments won in Calendar Year:
4: Federer (2005, 2006)
4: Nadal (2005)
3: Edberg (1990)
3: Sampras (1994)
3: Agassi (1995, 2002)
3: Muster (1995)
3: Rios (1998)
3: Federer (2004)
3: Nadal (2007, 2008, 2009)


Most Finals reached in Calendar Year:
6: Federer (2006)
5: Edberg (1990)
5: Nadal (2005, 2007)
5: Federer (2007)
4: Agassi (1995)
4: Sampras (1995)
4: Federer (2005)
4: Nadal (2008)


Most consecutive matches won:
29: Federer (2005–2006)


Longest winning span:
15 years: Agassi (1990–2004)


Players who played the most finals against each other:
1. Federer v Nadal, 7 times
2. Agassi v Sampras, 5 times


All Countrymen in Final:
1990: Toronto - USA: Chang d. Berger
1991: Miami - USA: Courier d. Wheaton
1992: Toronto - USA: Agassi d. Lendl
1992: Cincinnati - USA: Sampras d. Lendl
1994: Miami - USA: Sampras d. Agassi
1995: Indian Wells - USA: Sampras d. Agassi
1995: Miami - USA: Agassi d. Sampras
1995: Montréal - USA: Agassi d. Sampras
1995: Cincinnati - USA: Agassi d. Chang
1996: Hamburg - ESP: Carretero d. Corretja
1996: Cincinnati - USA: Agassi d. Chang
1998: Hamburg - ESP: Costa d. Corretja
2001: Indian Wells - USA: Agassi d. Sampras
2001: Miami - USA: Agassi d. Gambill
2001: Hamburg - ESP: Portas d. Ferrero
2002: Monte Carlo - ESP: Ferrero d. Moya
2003: Hamburg - ARG: Coria d. Calleri
2003: Cincinnati - USA: Roddick d. Fish

Note: Players from only three countries have played an "All countrymen final". Those countries are the United States, Spain and Argentina.


No.1 vs. No.2 Seeds in Final:
1990 Stockholm: (2)Becker d. (1)Edberg
1990 Paris: (1)Edberg d. (2)Becker
1991 Stockholm: (2)Becker d. (1)Edberg
1995 Indian Wells: (1)Sampras d. (2)Agassi
1995 Miami: (2)Agassi d.(1)Sampras
1995 Montreal: (1)Agassi d.(2)Sampras
1999 Cincinnati: (1)Sampras d. (2)Rafter
2004 Hamburg: (1)Federer d. (2)Coria
2004 Toronto: (1)Federer d. (2)Roddick
2005 Indian Wells: (1)Federer d. (2)Hewitt
2006 Monte Carlo: (2)Nadal d. (1)Federer
2006 Rome: (2)Nadal d. (1)Federer
2007 Monte Carlo: (2)Nadal d. (1)Federer
2007 Hamburg: (1)Federer d. (2)Nadal
2008 Monte Carlo: (2)Nadal d.(1)Federer
2008 Hamburg: (2)Nadal d.(1)Federer


Top 4 seeds in semifinals:
1999 Cincinnati: 1. Pete Sampras, 2. Patrick Rafter, 3. Andre Agassi and 4. Yevgeny Kafelnikov
2008 Monte Carlo: 1. Roger Federer, 2. Rafael Nadal, 3. Novak Djokovic and 4. Nikolay Davydenko


Qualifiers who played the final (1996-):
1996 Hamburg: (q)Roberto Carretero d. Alex Corretja
2001 Hamburg: (q)Albert Portas d. Juan Carlos Ferrero
2001 Stuttgart: Tommy Haas d. (q)Max Mirnyi
2004 Paris: Marat Safin d. (q)Radek Stepanek
2005 Hamburg: Roger Federer d. (q)Richard Gasquet
2007 Miami: Novak Djokovic d. (q)Guillermo Canas


No Seeds in Final (2000-):
2003 Paris: Tim Henman d. Andrei Pavel


Chronological list of cumulative titles leaders:
1992–1993: Stefan Edberg, Sweden: 4
1993–1995: Jim Courier, United States: 5
1995: Pete Sampras, United States: 6
1995–1999: Andre Agassi, United States: 7-9
1999–2001: Pete Sampras, United States, 10-11
2001–: Andre Agassi, United States, 12-17


Notes:
1. The final of the 2005 Rome Masters between Spaniard Rafael Nadal and Argentine Guillermo Coria marked the longest final of the Open Era (since 1968): 5 hrs. and 14 mins, with 18-year old Nadal prevailing. The 2006 final produced another classic, 5 hrs. and 5 mins long, with Nadal defeating Federer.

2. The 5th Masters Series tournament was played in Hamburg through 2008, but from 2009 it is going to be played in madrid arena after it changed from hard courts to clay courts and the hamburg masters degraded to an atp 500 tournament.

3. The 8th Masters Series tournament has had a very turbulent history. It was played in Stockholm from 1990 to 1994, Essen in 1995, Stuttgart in 1996 to 2001, and Madrid from 2002 to 2008 before moving to its current location in Shanghai in 2009.




Players with 2 or more titles since 1990:


# Player IN MI MC RO HA CA CI MA PA Titles Winning Span
1 Andre Agassi 1 6 - 1 - 3 3 1 2 17 1990-2004 (15)
2 Rafael Nadal 2 - 5 4 1 2 - 1 - 15 2005-2009 (5)
3 Roger Federer 3 2 - - 4 2 2 1 - 14 2002-2007 (6)
4 Pete Sampras 2 3 - 1 - - 3 - 2 11 1992-2000 (9)
5 Thomas Muster - 1 3 3 - - - 1 - 8 1990-1997 (8)
6 Michael Chang 3 1 - - - 1 2 - - 7 1990-1997 (8)
7 Boris Becker - - - - - - - 4 1 5 1990-1996 (7)
7 Jim Courier 2 1 - 2 - - - - - 5 1991-1993 (3)
7 Gustavo Kuerten - - 2 1 1 - 1 - - 5 1999-2001 (3)
7 Marcelo Ríos 1 1 1 1 1 - - - - 5 1997-1999 (3)
7 Marat Safin - - - - - 1 - 1 3 5 2000-2004 (5)
12 Novak Djokovic 1 1 - 1 - 1 - - - 4 2007-2008 (2)
12 Stefan Edberg 1 - - - 1 - 1 - 1 4 1990-1992 (3)
12 Juan Carlos Ferrero - - 2 1 - - - 1 - 4 2001-2004 (4)
12 Andriy Medvedev - - 1 - 3 - - - - 4 1994-1997 (4)
12 Andy Roddick - 1 - - - 1 2 - - 4 2003-2006 (4)
17 Thomas Enqvist - - - - - - 1 1 1 3 1996-2000 (5)
17 Carlos Moyà - - 1 1 - - 1 - - 3 1998-2004 (7)
17 Andy Murray - 1 - - - - 1 1 - 3 2008-2009 (2)
20 Sergi Bruguera - - 2 - - - - - - 2 1991-1993 (3)
20 Andrei Chesnokov - - 1 - - 1 - - - 2 1990-1991 (2)
20 Guillermo Coria - - 1 - 1 - - - - 2 2003-2004 (2)
20 Alex Corretja 1 - - 1 - - - - - 2 1997-2000 (4)
20 Nikolay Davydenko - 1 - - - - - - 1 2 2006-2008 (3)
20 Wayne Ferreira - - - - - 1 - 1 - 2 1996-2000 (5)
20 Guy Forget - - - - - - 1 - 1 2 1991-1991 (1)
20 Lleyton Hewitt 2 - - - - - - - - 2 2002-2003 (2)
20 Goran Ivanisevic - - - - - - - 1 1 2 1992-1993 (2)
20 Richard Krajicek - 1 - - - - - 1 - 2 1998-1999 (2)
20 David Nalbandian - - - - - - - 1 1 2 2007-2007 (1)
20 Patrick Rafter - - - - - 1 1 - - 2 1998-1998 (1)
20 Michael Stich - - - - 1 - - 1 - 2 1993-1993 (1)

IN = Indian Wells, MI = Miami,
MC = Monte Carlo, RO = Rome, HA = Hamburg (Madrid),
CA = Canada, CI = Cincinnati,
MA = Madrid (Stockholm, Essen, Stuttgart, Shanghai), PA = Paris.

The 8th Masters Series tournament has had a very turbulent history.
It was played in Stockholm from 1990-1994,
Essen in 1995,
Stuttgart in 1996-2001,
Madrid in 2002-2008,
before moving to its current location in Shanghai in 2009.

Active players in Bold.

Most titles per tournament in Red.



Most Titles Won at Each Tournament:

Player Tournament Titles
Michael Chang Indian Wells 3
Roger Federer Indian Wells 3
Jim Courier Indian Wells 2
Pete Sampras Indian Wells 2
Lleyton Hewitt Indian Wells 2
Rafael Nadal Indian Wells 2

Andre Agassi Miami 6
Pete Sampras Miami 3
Roger Federer Miami 2

Rafael Nadal Monte Carlo 5
Thomas Muster Monte Carlo 3
Sergi Bruguera Monte Carlo 2
Gustavo Kuerten Monte Carlo 2
Juan Carlos Ferrero Monte Carlo 2

Rafael Nadal Rome 4
Thomas Muster Rome 3
Jim Courier Rome 2

Roger Federer Hamburg 4
Andrei Medvedev Hamburg 3

Andre Agassi Canadian Open 3
Roger Federer Canadian Open 2
Rafael Nadal Canadian Open 2

Pete Sampras Cincinnati 3
Andre Agassi Cincinnati 3
Michael Chang Cincinnati 2
Andy Roddick Cincinnati 2
Roger Federer Cincinnati 2

Boris Becker First Indoor 4

Marat Safin Paris Indoor 3
Pete Sampras Paris Indoor 2
Andre Agassi Paris Indoor 2



Most Titles Won on Each Surface:

Player Surface Titles
Andre Agassi Outdoor Hardcourt 13
Roger Federer Outdoor Hardcourt 9
Pete Sampras Outdoor Hardcourt 8
Michael Chang Outdoor Hardcourt 7
Andy Roddick Outdoor Hardcourt 4
Rafael Nadal Outdoor Hardcourt 4
Jim Courier Outdoor Hardcourt 3
Novak Djokovic Outdoor Hardcourt 3
Stefan Edberg Outdoor Hardcourt 2
Patrick Rafter Outdoor Hardcourt 2
Marcelo Rios Outdoor Hardcourt 2
Lleyton Hewitt Outdoor Hardcourt 2
Andy Murray Outdoor Hardcourt 2

Rafael Nadal Clay 10
Thomas Muster Clay 6
Andrei Medvedev Clay 4
Gustavo Kuerten Clay 4
Roger Federer Clay 4
Marcelo Rios Clay 3
Juan Carlos Ferrero Clay 3
Jim Courier Clay 2
Sergi Bruguera Clay 2
Carlos Moya Clay 2
Guillermo Coria Clay 2

Boris Becker Indoor 5
Marat Safin Indoor 4
Andre Agassi Indoor 3
Goran Ivanisevic Indoor 2
Pete Sampras Indoor 2
Thomas Enqvist Indoor 2
David Nalbandian Indoor 2
Roger Federer Indoor 1
Rafael Nadal Indoor 1


Youngest Winners:

Player Tournament Age
Michael Chang (1990) Canadian Open 18y 5m 7d
Rafael Nadal (2005) Monte Carlo 18y 10m 14d
Rafael Nadal (2005) Rome 18y 11m 5d
Rafael Nadal (2005) Canadian Open 19y 2m 11d
Rafael Nadal (2005) Madrid 19y 4m 20d
Andrei Medvedev (1994) Monte Carlo 19y 7m 24d
Andrei Medvedev (1994) Hamburg 19y 8m 7d
Novak Djokovic (2007) Miami 19y 10m 10d
Rafael Nadal (2006) Monte Carlo 19y 10m 20d
Andre Agassi (1990) Miami 19y 10m 25d
Rafael Nadal (2006) Rome 19y 11m 11d


Oldest Winners:

Player Tournament Age
Andre Agassi (2004) Cincinnati 34y 3m 10d
Andre Agassi (2003) Miami 32y 10m 22d
Andre Agassi (2002) Madrid 32y 5m 21d
Andre Agassi (2002) Rome 32y 0m 13d
Andre Agassi (2002) Miami 31y 10m 23d
Andre Agassi (2001) Miami 30y 10m 24d
Andre Agassi (2001) Indian Wells 30y 10m 17d
Cedric Pioline (2000) Monte Carlo 30y 10m 8d
Mikael Pernfors (1993) Canadian Open 30y 0m 16d

Sources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATP_World_Tour_Masters_1000
http://www.tennis28.com/titles/masters_series_winners.html

some info. from these 2 websites are wrong or not updated so I have corrected where ever i have found mistakes, but just tell me if you find any other mistakes or want to add new categories and i'll change it.

superslam77
05-10-2009, 05:45 PM
good stuff :clap2:

feuselino
05-10-2009, 05:57 PM
interesting! thanks...

Nacho
05-10-2009, 05:59 PM
wow there's a lot of interesting info in there, thanks :yeah:

MadHatter
05-10-2009, 06:13 PM
Very interesting. So no one has won three consecutive titles in the same year? Nadal will surely do it in Madrid!

bjurra
05-10-2009, 06:40 PM
Nice post!

jenanun
05-10-2009, 09:32 PM
this is cheating! get all the credit by taking stuff from from wikipedia without acknowledgement!


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATP_Masters_Series

habibko
05-10-2009, 09:35 PM
this is cheating! get all the credit by taking stuff from from wikipedia without acknowledgement!


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATP_Masters_Series

http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b346/a429MySpace/Owned/owned-shark.jpg

A_Skywalker
05-10-2009, 09:38 PM
Very good stats, Nadal seems to be the greatest ever on Masters Series.

LinkMage
05-10-2009, 09:47 PM
Reached Finals on All Surfaces in Career (Hard, Clay, Indoor, Carpet):
Edberg
Sampras
Muster
Agassi
Ivanisevic
Krajicek
Kafelnikov
Safin
Nadal

Fail

When Nadull reached the final in Paris, the tournament had changed surface from carpet to the slowest hard court known to mankind.

Time to go edit wikipedia. :D :sport:

kingfederer
05-11-2009, 12:57 AM
this is cheating! get all the credit by taking stuff from from wikipedia without acknowledgement!


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATP_Masters_Series

actually its from this site as well http://www.tennis28.com/titles/masters_series_winners.html
but i have edited alot of the incorrect things and made it more understandable combining from both sites and some players own wiki pages, so i have made my own adjustments.

kingfederer
05-11-2009, 12:59 AM
Fail

When Nadull reached the final in Paris, the tournament had changed surface from carpet to the slowest hard court known to mankind.

Time to go edit wikipedia. :D :sport:

http://www.tennis28.com/titles/masters_series_career_feats.html this is how i found it, but they are wrong sometimes too, they also havent added indoor. like i said, i had to search from a couple more sites to get some info corrected. for the moment i will keep it as it is untill u can give proof of its change from carpet to indoor hard.

ORGASMATRON
05-11-2009, 01:12 AM
These stats just show how good Fed is. Hence the saying Federer is beterer. Or Federer is god. Anything similar will work.

kingfederer
05-11-2009, 01:16 AM
These stats just show how good Fed is. Hence the saying Federer is beterer. Or Federer is god. Anything similar will work.

even in stats its argument over nadal and federer, these are just stats about the masters serires man, where fed and nadal have both done well. its not favouring anyone. just stats.

ORGASMATRON
05-11-2009, 01:21 AM
even in stats its argument over nadal and federer, these are just stats about the masters serires man, where fed and nadal have both done well. its not favouring anyone. just stats.

Well its between Fed and Dal, Fed has the 4 MC's dont forget.

kingfederer
05-11-2009, 01:24 AM
Well its between Fed and Dal, Fed has the 4 MC's dont forget.

yes i know, i will do a thread on stats from masters cup and grand slams later if i get some time.

luie
05-11-2009, 02:22 AM
Very good stats, Nadal seems to be the greatest ever on Masters Series.
Sure if you are a fan of 3 set finals while other like agassi & fed had to toil more to win or lose 5 set finals.Fed won some 3 set finals but he played & won more 5 set finals than nadull.;)

Priam
05-11-2009, 03:13 AM
Bring back 5 set finals! Interestingly I think Nadal is the only one to reach the semis of all 9 events? I could be wrong.

A_Skywalker
05-11-2009, 07:20 AM
Sure if you are a fan of 3 set finals while other like agassi & fed had to toil more to win or lose 5 set finals.Fed won some 3 set finals but he played & won more 5 set finals than nadull.;)

This favors Nadal, 5 set matches. Obviously you are not good at thinking.

TennisViewer531
05-11-2009, 08:04 AM
Three sets, five sets - I'm thinking Nadal can still win a lot of Masters events. :)