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2009 ATP Stats

Blarghman
05-20-2009, 11:07 PM
I've got a compilation of the ATP's 'MatchFacts' for this season, and since the ATP only presents a handful of leaderboards, I decided I might as well post some of the notable stuff I've calculated here. I'll try to keep it updated, depending on how much time it takes me :)

Obviously, these numbers depend on the data being taken correctly at the match itself, and while I've removed all of the obvious errors, there's still a lot of potential for messed up results. There isn't a ton of intrinsic value to these, but I think they're fun to follow :D

Extremes

Longest Matches

1 Madrid SF Nadal d Djokovic 243 minutes
2 Monte Carlo R32 Lapentti d Safin 209 minutes
3 Indian Wells R128 Massu d Schwank 201 minutes
4 Bucharest R16 Ramirez Hidalgo d Copil 198 minutes
5 Casablanca R16 Andreev d Devilder 197 minutes


Longest Matches (including GS)

1 Australian Open SF Nadal d Verdasco 314 minutes
2 US Open R64 Istomin d Lapentti 288 minutes
3 US Open R128 Lapentti d Wawrinka 283 minutes
4 Roland Garros R32 Ouanna d Safin 274 minutes
5 Wimbledon R32 Haas d Cilic 268 minutes


Shortest Matches

1 Los Angeles R32 Kendrick d Spadea 36 minutes
2 Chennai R32 Beck d Karanusic 39 minutes
3 Casablanca R32 Ventura d Marach 42 minutes
4 Bangkok R16 Korolev d Ginepri 43 minutes
5 Queen's R64 Hewitt d Schwank 44 minutes



Slowest Pace (Highest Minutes/Game)

1 Madrid SF Nadal d Djokovic 6.94 MPG
2 Monte Carlo F Nadal d Djokovic 6.79 MPG
3 Cincinnati F Federer d Djokovic 6.68 MPG
4 Rome R16 Nadal d Soderling 6.46 MPG
5 Hamburg R64 Gabashvili d Spadea 6.44 MPG



Fastest Pace (Lowest Minutes/Game)

1 Eastbourne R32 Querrey d Capdeville 2.55 MPG
2 San Jose R32 Blake d Spadea 2.63 MPG
3 Wimbledon R128 Becker d Karanusic 2.70 MPG
4 Estoril QF Blake d Serra 2.82 MPG
5 Queen's R64 Istomin d Minar 2.83 MPG



Most Aces

1 Queen's R32 Karlovic d Benneteau 33
2 Newport R16 Querrey d Amritraj 31
=3 Queen's R64 Karlovic d Gabashvili 28
=3 Basel R32 Karlovic lt Serra 28
=5 Indianapolis QF Isner d Odesnik 27
=5 Washington R64 Becker d Ginepri 27
=5 Beijing R32 Karlovic lt Kohlsch. 27
=5 Shanghai R64 Karlovic lt Blake 27
=5 Lyon R16 Ljubicic d Kiefer 27
=5 Lyon QF Tsonga lt Clement 27


Most Aces (inc. GS)

1 Roland Garros R128 Karlovic lt Hewitt 55
2 Wimbledon F Federer d Roddick 50
3 Wimbledon R32 Karlovic d Tsonga 47
4 Wimbledon QF Roddick d Hewitt 43
5 Australian Open R128 Isner lt Hrbaty 39



Most Double Faults

1 Indianapolis R32 Berrer lt Tursunov 16
2 Washington R64 Gabashvili lt Petzschner15
=3 Miami R128 Gabashvili d Bolelli 14
=3 Newport QF Kim lt Querrey 14
=5 's-Hertogenbosch R16 Norman lt Chardy 13
=5 Newport R16 Kim d Brands 13


Most Double Faults (inc. GS)

1 Wimbledon R128 Dent lt Gimeno-Traver 20
2 US Open R128 Garcia-Lopez d Polansky 18
3 Indianapolis R32 Berrer lt Tursunov 16
=4 Washington R64 Gabashvili l Petzschner 15
=4 US Open R128 Beck lt Gonzalez 15



Highest Aces per Service Game

=1 Queen's R64 Karlovic d Gabashvili 2.33
=1 Basel R32 Karlovic lt Serra 2.33
3 Stockholm R32 Johansson d Luczak 2.10
4 Zagreb R32 Ljubicic d Rochus 2.00
5 Newport R16 Querrey d Amritraj 1.94



Most Double Faults per Service Game

1 Newport QF Kim lt Querrey 1.56
2 Indianapolis R32 Berrer lt Tursunov 1.45
3 Miami R32 Garcia-Lopez lt Lu 1.38
4 Miami R32 Mathieu lt Djokovic 1.22
5 Queen's R64 Gimeno-Traver lt Gil 1.13



Highest First Serve %

1 Hamburg R32 Hanescu d Hernych 89.1% (41/46)
2 Montreal R64 Hernych d Benneteau 88.6% (39/44)
3 Dusseldorf RR Andreev lt Del Potro 88.3% (68/77)
4 Roland Garros R32 Verdasco d Almagro 88.2% (97/110)
5 Umag SF Davydenko d Melzer 87.5% (28/32)



Lowest First Serve %

1 Miami R64 Nalbandian lt Troicki 30.4% (14/46)
2 Rome R64 Tipsarevic d Acasuso 32.3% (20/62)
3 Monte Carlo R64 Rochus lt Lisnard 32.7% (17/52)
=4 Miami R16 Troicki lt Murray 33.3% (16/48)
=4 Buenos Aires R32 Monaco d Roitman 33.3% (12/36)



Highest First Serve Winning %

=1 Montreal R64 Wawrinka d Kiefer 100.0% (17/17)
=1 Kuala Lumpur R16 Soderling d Evans 100.0% (19/19)
=1 Cincinnati R32 Murray d Almagro 100.0% (26/26)
=1 Lyon R32 Becker d Lorenzi 100.0% (26/26)
=5 Eastbourne R32 Bogdanovic d Minar 97.2% (35/36)
=5 Cincinnati R32 Djokovic d Ljubicic 97.2% (35/36)



Highest Second Serve Winning % (min 15 attempts)

1 Australian Open R128 Robredo d Reynolds 94.7% (18/19)
2 Beijing R16 Soderling d Robredo 94.4% (17/18)
3 Houston R16 Osdenik d Melzer 93.8% (15/16)
4 Indian Wells R64 Nadal d Berrer 88.2% (15/17)
5 Bucharest R16 Monaco d Riba 87.0% (20/23)


Highest Service Point Winning %

1 Lyon R16 Benneteau d Anderson 93.0% (40/43)
2 Doha R32 Devilder d Hajji 90.3% (28/31)
3 Paris R16 Tsonga d Simon 90.0% (36/40)
4 Paris R64 Karlovic d Cuevas 89.1% (49/55)
=5 Queen's QF Murray d Fish 88.9% (40/45)
=5 Doha R32 Nadal d Santoro 88.9% (24/27)
=5 Queen's R16 Fish d Lopez 88.9% (32/36)


Highest First Serve Return Winning %

1 Houston R16 Garcia-Lopez d Chardy 73.7% (14/19)
2 Queen's R64 Hewitt d Schwank 73.1% (19/26)
=3 Dusseldorf RR Soderling d Schuettler 70.0% (14/20)
=3 Los Angeles R32 Kendrick d Spadea 70.0% (14/20)
5 Halle R32 Rochus d Vicente 69.6% (16/23)


Highest Second Serve Return Winning % (min 15 attempts)

1 Bangkok R16 Korolev d Ginepri 94.1% (16/17)
2 Australian Open R64 Haas d Cipolla 88.9% (16/18)
3 Acapulco R16 Robredo d Kim 88.2% (15/17)
4 Monte Carlo R16 Nadal d Lapentti 88.0% (22/25)
5 Los Angeles R32 Querrey d Istomin 87.5% (14/16)


Highest Return Point Winning %

1 Houston R16 Garcia-Lopez d Chardy 74.4% (29/39)
2 Dusseldorf RR Soderling d Schuettler 73.5% (25/34)
3 Queen's R64 Hewitt d Schwank 73.0% (27/37)
4 Houston R16 Hewitt d Roitman 71.4% (30/42)
5 Halle R32 Rochus d Vicente 70.3% (26/37)



Biggest Blowouts (Largest Point Differential)

1 Doha R32 Nadal d Santoro 77.3% (51/66)
2 Dusseldorf RR Soderling d Schuettler 75.8% (50/66)
3 Los Angeles R32 Kendrick d Spadea 75.0% (51/68)
4 Casablanca R16 Hanescu d Navarro 73.2% (52/71)
5 Monte Carlo R32 Ferrer d Gicquel 72.5% (50/69)


Matches with Identical # of Points Won

Brisbane R32 Melzer d Fish 6-4, 4-6, 7-6(4)
Brisbane R16 Tsonga d Nieminen 0-6, 7-6(1), 7-6(5)
Costa Do Sauipe R32 Vassallo Arg. d Massu 7-6(4), 2-6, 6-4
Costa Do Sauipe R32 Gil d Andujar 3-6, 6-4, 6-3
San Jose R32 Gremelmayr d Karanusic 3-6, 7-6(4), 6-2
Acapulco R32 Koellerer d Nalbandian 1-6, 6-3, 6-4
Delray Beach R16 Korolev d Kendrick 4-6, 6-2, 6-1
Houston R16 Isner d Capdeville 4-6, 7-6(1), 7-6(5)
Munich R32 Benneteau d Peya 2-6, 7-6(5), 7-5
Munich R16 Brands d Benneteau 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(6)
Madrid R32 Robredo d Fish 3-6, 7-6(5), 6-2
Dusseldorf RR Troicki d Schuettler 6-4, 7-6(5)
Halle R32 Serra d Sela 1-6, 6-4, 6-2
Eastbourne R32 Lu d Fleming 7-6(2), 1-6, 6-3
Stuttgart R32 Schuettler d Minar 2-6, 7-6(2), 6-4
Hamburg R32 Almagro d Granollers 4-6, 6-3, 6-4
Hamburg R32 Greul d Zverev 0-6, 7-5, 6-1
Gstaad R16 Beck d Garcia-Lopez 7-6(3), 1-6, 7-6(3)
Washington R32 Odesnik d Andreev 2-6, 7-5, 6-4
US Open R128 Istomin d Lapentti 2-6, 6-4, 4-6, 7-5, 7-6(4)
US Open R64 Hernych d Schuettler 1-6, 7-6(5), 6-4, 2-6, 6-3
Metz R32 Gasquet d Berrer 6-3, 2-6, 7-6(5)
Bangkok R32 Isner d Wachiramanowong 6-3, 3-6, 7-6(5)
Kuala Lumpur R32 Beck d Kukushkin 1-6, 7-6(4), 6-3
Beijing R32 Nadal d Baghdatis 6-4, 3-6, 6-4
Tokyo QF Monfils d Wawrinka 2-6, 6-3, 6-4
Moscow QF Marchenko d Korolev 0-6, 6-2, 6-3
St. Petersburg QF Stakhovsky d Safin 6-4, 4-6, 6-4
Valencia SF Youzhny d Davydenko 3-6, 6-4, 6-3


Winner has fewer points

Eastbourne R16 Istomin d Querrey 3-6, 7-6(3), 6-4 Q 102-99 I
Eastbourne R16 Tursunov d Bogdanovic 6-7(2), 6-4, 7-6(5) B 117-115 T
's-Hertogenbosch QF Schuettler d Chardy 7-6(7), 3-6, 7-6(11) C 110-108 S
Wimbledon R128 Devilder d Lapentti 3-6, 6-4, 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 L 163-162 D
Wimbledon R128 Koubek d Roger-Vasselin 7-5, 6-3, 4-6, 3-6, 6-3 R 152-151 K
Wimbledon R128 Bolelli d Koellerer 6-7(3), 2-6, 7-5, 6-4, 6-4 K 163-160 B
Wimbledon R128 K Beck d Lopez 1-6, 7-5, 6-3, 4-6, 10-8 L 166-159 B
Wimbledon R64 Almagro d K Beck 6-4, 7-6(2), 3-6, 3-6, 7-5 B 159-153 A
Wimbledon R32 Ferrero d Gonzalez 4-6, 7-5, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 G 153-148 F
Wimbledon R32 Haas d Cilic 4-6, 7-6(3), 6-3, 6-7(4), 6-4 C 196-191 H
Wimbledon R32 Sela d Robredo 7-6(8), 7-5, 2-6, 7-5 R 134-129 S
Newport R32 Groth d Mello 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 M 93-91 G
Newport R16 Kim d Brands 4-6, 7-6(5), 6-4 B 118-112 K
Bastad R32 Koellerer d Darcis 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 D 77-72 K
Stuttgart R32 Sidorenko d Munoz-DlN 7-6(3), 1-6, 6-2 M 80-78 S
Stuttgart R32 Berrer d Koubek 0-6, 7-6(3), 7-6(4) B 111-97 K
Stuttgart R16 Sidorenko d Hernandez 2-6, 6-4, 6-3 H 89-83 S
Indianapolis R32 Istomin d Kim 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 K 98-93 I
Indianapolis R32 Odesnik d Baghdatis 7-6(5), 1-6, 6-4 B 96-88 O
Gstaad R32 Beck d Chiudinelli 4-6, 7-6(7), 6-4 C 113-111 B
Umag R32 Gonzalez d Troicki 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(6) T 122-116 G
Washington R64 Becker d Ginepri 7-6(3), 6-7(1), 7-6(4) G 111-109 B
Washington R64 Gulbis d Kim 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 K 91-89 G
Washington R64 Gicquel d Janowicz 7-5, 2-6, 6-4 J 88-86 G
Washington R32 Isner d Tsonga 4-6, 7-6(2), 7-6(4) T 110-111 I
Montreal R64 Gonzalez d Raonic 4-6, 7-6(6), 6-4 R 112-107 G
Montreal QF Tsonga d Federer 7-6(5), 1-6, 7-6(3) F 103-94 T
Cincinnati R64 Hewitt d Soderling 3-6, 7-6(8), 6-4 S 100-99 H
Cincinnati R64 Isner d Haas 7-6(5), 5-7, 7-6(3) H 110-106 I
New Haven R64 Ram d Lapentti 7-5, 1-6, 7-6(3) L 103-98 R
New Haven R32 Phau d Almagro 2-6, 6-3, 7-5 A 95-94 P
US Open R128 Gonzalez d Beck 2-6, 1-6, 6-1, 6-4, 6-3 B 142-140 G
US Open R128 Troicki d Luczak 6-3, 6-3, 1-6 2-6, 6-1 L 126-123 T
US Open R128 Beck d Korolev 6-3, 6-4, 2-6, 2-6, 6-4 K 146-139 B
US Open R32 Verdasco d Haas 3-6, 7-5, 7-6(8), 1-6, 6-4 H 167-155 V
US Open R32 Isner d Roddick 7-6(3), 6-3, 3-6, 5-7, 7-6(5) R 162-155 I
Bucharest R32 Koellerer d Volandri 2-6, 7-5, 6-3 V 105-103 K
Bucharest R32 Fognini d Gimeno-Traver 1-6, 6-4, 6-3 G 83-80 F
Metz R32 Rochus d Santoro 0-6, 6-4, 7-6(3) S 89-79 R
Kuala Lumpur R16 Gonzalez d Bopanna 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 B 79-77 R
Shanghai R64 Berdych d Cilic 7-6(8), 3-6, 6-4 C 106-103 R
Shanghai R32 Schuettler d Vass.-Arg. 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(2) V 91-90 R
Shanghai R32 Berdych d Safin 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 S 98-96 R
St. Petersburg F Stakhovsky d Zeballos 2-6, 7-6(8), 7-6(7) Z 105-97 S
Basel R32 Isner d Gonzalez 7-6(3), 4-6, 6-4 G 97-96 I
Basel R32 Chiudinelli d Kohlsch. 7-6(5), 3-6, 7-5 K 108-95 C
Basel R16 Korolev d Chardy 2-6, 7-6(8), 7-6(7) C 60-59 K
Paris R16 Stepanek d Murray 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 M 75-73 S
Paris QF Monfils d Cilic 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 C 91-90 M

Blarghman
05-20-2009, 11:14 PM
The ATP is good for Leaderboards, with most of the basic categories covered, but there are still a few that I think are interesting, including a couple of my own calculation.

First Serve efficiency is the percentage of attempted first serves that both go in and result in a winning point; it should be a good measure of who combines getting serves in with making good serves.

Leaderboards - Through WTF (all are minimum 10 matches)

Average Match Time (Best of 3 only)

Rk Name # Time
1 N Lapentti 21 150.8
2 K Beck 11 147.2
3 N Massu 18 139.0
4 S De Chaunac 10 128.7
5 M Gonzalez 25 127.7
6 S Wawrinka 48 126.8
7 N Devilder 18 125.3
8 J Del Potro 68 123.6
9 D Koellerer 27 122.6
10 T Haas 48 121.5
===
126 B Phau 30 94.1
127 A Calleri 13 93.9
128 B Reynolds 16 92.8
129 S Querrey 63 91.8
130 F Dancevic 20 90.7
131 V Crivoi 21 90.6
132 C Guccione 15 89.4
133 M Llodra 33 89.1
134 B Becker 32 88.5
135 V Spadea 11 75.0



Time per game (Game pace)


Rk Name # TPG
1 R Nadal 76 5.24
2 P Andujar 13 5.20
3 N Lapentti 21 5.15
4 L Kubot 18 5.13
5 N Massu 18 5.12
6 R Ramirez Hid. 14 5.11
7 J Chela 23 4.93
8 S Wawrinka 48 4.91
9 J Monaco 59 4.90
10 M Granollers 40 4.89
===
126 B Reynolds 16 3.88
127 I Karlovic 42 3.83
128 G Muller 13 3.79
129 R Ram 14 3.79
130 B Becker 32 3.78
131 R Kendrick 25 3.75
132 S Querrey 63 3.74
133 I Minar 15 3.71
134 C Guccione 15 3.68
135 V Spadea 11 3.44




Aces per service game


Rk Name # APG
1 I Karlovic 42 1.52
2 C Guccione 15 1.13
3 J Isner 45 1.07
4 S Querrey 63 0.94
5 G Muller 13 0.92
6 I Ljubicic 56 0.92
7 A Roddick 62 0.91
8 M Llodra 33 0.83
9 M Fish 37 0.82
10 R Kendrick 25 0.80
===
126 D Sela 35 0.18
127 C Rochus 42 0.17
128 P Andujar 13 0.16
129 J Chela 23 0.16
130 A Martin 27 0.16
131 O Rochus 22 0.15
132 D Koellerer 27 0.14
133 M Gonzalez 25 0.13
134 D Junqueira 18 0.10
135 F Cipolla 16 0.09



Double Faults


Rk Name # DF
1 F Verdasco 75 278
2 N Djokovic 95 266
3 G Garcia-Lopez 55 258
4 T Haas 48 233
5 R Stepanek 63 199
6 T Gabashvili 35 194
7 J Chardy 60 194
8 L Hewitt 52 190
9 S Querrey 63 185
10 R Soderling 66 183


Double Faults per Service game


Rk Name # DFPG
1 S Bolelli 36 0.107
2 M Ancic 19 0.109
3 A Roddick 62 0.114
4 R Nadal 76 0.117
5 I Kunitsyn 46 0.129
6 J Ferrero 53 0.129
7 P Starace 38 0.131
8 R Federer 71 0.135
9 F Dancevic 20 0.136
10 S Devvarman 11 0.143
===
126 K Kim 23 0.387
127 F Cipolla 16 0.398
128 V Spadea 11 0.405
129 A Calleri 13 0.409
130 G Garcia-Lopez 55 0.411
131 M Berrer 12 0.412
132 T Dent 27 0.445
133 R Ramirez Hid. 14 0.465
134 T Gabashvili 35 0.479
135 J Levine 15 0.529



First Serve efficiency (FS% * FSW%)


Rk Name # 1SE
1 I Karlovic 42 56.7%
2 A Roddick 62 55.0%
3 D Brands 12 51.0%
4 J Tsonga 69 50.5%
5 J Isner 45 50.1%
6 F Verdasco 75 50.0%
7 R Federer 71 49.6%
8 P Starace 38 49.0%
9 M Llodra 33 48.7%
10 F Gonzalez 56 48.3%
===
126 G Canas 18 37.6%
127 A Calleri 13 37.5%
128 R Ramirez Hid. 14 37.1%
129 V Spadea 11 37.1%
130 M Kukushkin 11 37.0%
131 T Gabashvili 35 36.9%
132 D Nalbandian 21 36.5%
133 E Schwank 17 36.0%
134 B Phau 30 35.5%
135 D Gremelmayr 11 34.0%




Break points against per service game


Rk Name # BkAPSG
1 I Karlovic 42 0.25
2 A Roddick 62 0.26
3 R Federer 71 0.32
4 J Tsonga 69 0.32
5 S Querrey 63 0.34
6 J Isner 45 0.36
7 C Guccione 15 0.39
8 M Ancic 19 0.40
9 R Soderling 66 0.40
10 F Dancevic 20 0.40
===
126 P Andujar 13 0.77
127 E Schwank 17 0.78
128 N Massu 18 0.78
129 J Chela 23 0.79
130 M Gonzalez 25 0.81
131 N Devilder 18 0.85
132 D Junqueira 18 0.86
133 R Ramirez Hid. 14 0.86
134 D Gremelmayr 11 0.89
135 F Cipolla 16 0.97




Break points won per return game


Rk Name # BkWPRG
1 D Nalbandian 21 0.36
2 R Nadal 76 0.34
3 A Murray 75 0.33
4 D Ferrer 61 0.32
5 J Monaco 59 0.31
6 N Djokovic 95 0.31
7 N Davydenko 75 0.31
8 J Chela 23 0.30
9 S Ventura 13 0.29
10 L Hewitt 52 0.28
===
126 M Llodra 33 0.14
127 F Dancevic 20 0.14
128 P Andujar 13 0.14
129 S Darcis 21 0.13
130 B Reynolds 16 0.13
131 I Navarro 28 0.13
132 C Guccione 15 0.12
133 G Muller 13 0.11
134 J Isner 45 0.11
135 I Karlovic 42 0.11



Points won %


Rk Name # PW%
1 A Murray 75 54.5%
2 R Nadal 76 54.1%
3 R Federer 71 54.1%
4 N Davydenko 75 53.5%
5 N Djokovic 95 53.5%
6 A Roddick 62 53.2%
7 R Soderling 66 53.0%
8 F Verdasco 75 52.9%
9 J Del Potro 68 52.7%
10 M Cilic 66 52.5%
===
126 K Kim 23 46.8%
127 M Daniel 18 46.8%
128 P Andujar 13 46.0%
129 B Reynolds 16 46.0%
130 V Spadea 11 45.6%
131 D Junqueira 18 45.5%
132 E Schwank 17 45.5%
133 A Calleri 13 45.5%
134 F Cipolla 16 45.3%
135 D Gremelmayr 11 43.7%

mashamaniac
05-21-2009, 09:14 PM
Thanks mate for taking time to do this... but even ATP counts GS stats towards its leaderboards,why have you removed them?? or am i being wrong?

Blarghman
05-21-2009, 10:47 PM
Thanks mate for taking time to do this... but even ATP counts GS stats towards its leaderboards,why have you removed them?? or am i being wrong?

The player leaderboards (other than time), do count the GS matches, I removed them from the time ones because they would totally mess with the rankings (players who played the most GS matches would be at the top).

I meant to just leave them out of the longest match listings as well, but I accidentally left them out of all the extreme matches, I'll add them in :)

And it's not that I removed them just that I didn't include them. ;) I can create leaderboards and extremes for any particular subset of matches, and I just forgot to include GS for some. :cool:

Blarghman
05-26-2009, 02:08 PM
Week 20 Notes:
The Kitzbuhel final between Garcia-Lopez and Benneteau was the fifth longest match of the year, at 190 minutes.

Can anyone confirm the length of Kohlschreiber-Tsonga from Dusseldorf? The ATP has it at well over 3 hours, which would make it the slowest match of the year by a wide margin. So slow, in fact, that I have disregarded it. I have the same problem with Garcia-Lopez v. Vassallo Arguello in Kitzbuhel, which played a fairly normal # of points, but in just over 3 hours, according to the ATP scoreboard.

In Dusseldorf, Rainer Schuettler's collapse at the hands of Robin Soderling, 6-0, 6-0, was tied for the third shortest match of the season to date.

Dusseldorf also saw the highest first serve percentage of the season, as Andreev served 88.3% against Del Potro.

Chela's 96.7% first serve winning % against Ramirez-Hidalgo in Kitzbuhel put him at second-best.

A couple of strong first return performances this week, as Soderling took 70% of Schuettler's first serves in Dusseldorf, while Melzer took 64.9% of Gil's in Kitzbuhel. In fact, Soderling put up the second best return performance of the season in winning 73.5% of Schuttler's service points.

As you might expect, Soderling's double-bagel of Schuettler was a huge blowout, the second biggest on tour this season.

Schuettler was also involved in a match with an identical # of points scored between the two players, when he split 50-50 with Troicki in the WTC final. This was the first such match of the year that ended in two sets.

Blarghman
06-08-2009, 03:35 PM
Some notable events of RG:

A couple of long matches, though none reached the lengths of Nadal-Verdasco. Both Ouanna-Safin and Lopez-Ferreiro made the top 5 of the season's longest.

Gulbis-Querrey was the year's 3rd fastest match, as a hot, fast surface meant it was just 2.94 minutes per game.

Obviously Karlovic's 55 aces are a season high, and Robert Kendrick also made the top 3 with his 35 against Brands. Kendrick's is a season high total for aces in a victory.

Only one show of terrible serving, with Fognini tying for fourth with 11 DFs against Andreev.

Verdasco served 88.2%, 97/110, for the season's second highest percentage, when he beat Almagro.

A better service performance, though, came from Fernando Gonzalez against Jiri Vanek, when he won 87.10% of his own service points, good for fifth.

Blarghman
06-15-2009, 03:31 AM
The 44 minute encounter between Hewitt and Schwank at Queen's was the third shortest match of the season.

When it came to the fastest paced matches, two from this week entered the top 5, with the speedier grass helping the speed of the game. Istomin's win over Ivo Minar, a three-setter that took just more than an hour, is now third, while Becker's straight-set win over Hanescu in Halle moves into fifth.

Ivo Karlovic asserted himself in the aces category with a strong week, setting a new 3-set season high with 28 in his first round match, then smashing that with 33 in his second rounder. His quarterfinal loss to Roddick also appears on the top 5. Karlovic's 33 ace performance is tied for 4th on the season in all matches, including GSs.

Karlovic's performance in the first round may have been the most impressive, though, as he served a spectacular 2.33 aces per service game, smashing the previous high. His matches against Mahut and Roddick also made the top 5 in this category.

Queen's also featured one of the best first serve performances of the year, though it was not from Karlovic, but from Murray. The Scot won 30 of 31 points on his first serve against Mardy Fish, good for second on the season.

Fitting with this theme, three of the five best performance's on serve this season came at Queen's: Murray's against Fish and Fish's against Feliciano Lopez were both tied for second, while Baghdatis' win over James Ward comes in fifth.

Bizarrely, the start of grass season also saw two of the best first serve returning performances of the seas; Hewitt's destruction of Schwank in Queen's was second and Olivier Rochus' double-bagling of Vicente in Halle was fourth. Both of these ranked in the top five of overall service return performances.

Hewitt's win over Schwank was also the fourth largest blow-out of the season.

Halle saw the thirteenth match of the year in which both players won the same number of points, in Serra's victory over Sela.

Yves.
06-15-2009, 02:46 PM
Karlovic hit 26 aces against Roddick.

Blarghman
06-15-2009, 06:55 PM
Karlovic hit 26 aces against Roddick.

Thanks, made an error when I updated these tables, fixed :)

Count Zero
06-15-2009, 08:45 PM
Bogdanovic's win at Eastbourne today should put him top of Highest First Serve Winning % with 35/36 - 97%

Blarghman
06-16-2009, 02:24 AM
Bogdanovic's win at Eastbourne today should put him top of Highest First Serve Winning % with 35/36 - 97%

Yeah, I was following that match on livescore, a great show :cool:

I'll update the table when the ATP puts up the official archived stats :)

duong
06-21-2009, 06:29 PM
Thanks a lot.

I don't know if this exists, but I would be interested if there was a list of the matches which a player lost whereas he had won more points than his opponent.

Thanks a lot for your answer (either positive or negative) :D

Blarghman
06-21-2009, 09:25 PM
Thanks a lot.

I don't know if this exists, but I would be interested if there was a list of the matches which a player lost whereas he had won more points than his opponent.

Thanks a lot for your answer (either positive or negative) :D

I haven't been tracking this regularly, but because you asked, I looked into it :)

It's actually a pretty common occurrence, there have been 65 such matches this season. If you'd like a list, I can make one, but I'm a little too lazy too do it unprompted ;)

The biggest blowout that a player lost was Rui Machado losing in Estoril to Oscar Hernandez. Machado won 100 of 189 points (52.91%), but lost the match, 5-7, 6-1, 5-7.

This includes several notable matches (at least, notable to me):

AO R16 - Verdasco d. Murray 2-6, 6-1, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 (Murray 138-137 Verdasco)

AO F - Nadal d. Federer 7-5, 3-6, 7-6(3), 3-6, 6-2 (Federer 158-153 Nadal)

Miami QF - Del Potro d. Nadal 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(3) (Nadal 101-99 Del Potro)

Madrid SF - Nadal d. Djokovic 3-6, 7-6(5), 7-6(9) (Djokovic 125-120 Nadal)

The pattern in this last one is a common way this happens: one player loses the opening set poorly, then wins the last two much closer.

The single most interesting example is probably Andreev d. Tsonga, IW R32. This was a straight sets win for Igor, 7-5, 6-4, but he won three less points than Tsonga.

Only one player has been involved in more than 3 of these matches this year, Juan Monaco. This includes his win over Murray in Rome, and a very interesting stretch in Buenos Aires: Monaco beat Nalbandian with fewer points in the semis, then lost to Robredo despite winning more points in the final.

Robredo and Florent Serra are the only players with three wins of this type, both are 3-0 in these matches. Robby Ginepri has been less lucky, as he is 0-3 in these circumstances.

duong
06-22-2009, 08:30 AM
I haven't been tracking this regularly, but because you asked, I looked into it :)

It's actually a pretty common occurrence, there have been 65 such matches this season. If you'd like a list, I can make one, but I'm a little too lazy too do it unprompted ;)

The biggest blowout that a player lost was Rui Machado losing in Estoril to Oscar Hernandez. Machado won 100 of 189 points (52.91%), but lost the match, 5-7, 6-1, 5-7.

This includes several notable matches (at least, notable to me):

AO R16 - Verdasco d. Murray 2-6, 6-1, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 (Murray 138-137 Verdasco)

AO F - Nadal d. Federer 7-5, 3-6, 7-6(3), 3-6, 6-2 (Federer 158-153 Nadal)

Miami QF - Del Potro d. Nadal 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(3) (Nadal 101-99 Del Potro)

Madrid SF - Nadal d. Djokovic 3-6, 7-6(5), 7-6(9) (Djokovic 125-120 Nadal)

The pattern in this last one is a common way this happens: one player loses the opening set poorly, then wins the last two much closer.

The single most interesting example is probably Andreev d. Tsonga, IW R32. This was a straight sets win for Igor, 7-5, 6-4, but he won three less points than Tsonga.

Only one player has been involved in more than 3 of these matches this year, Juan Monaco. This includes his win over Murray in Rome, and a very interesting stretch in Buenos Aires: Monaco beat Nalbandian with fewer points in the semis, then lost to Robredo despite winning more points in the final.

Robredo and Florent Serra are the only players with three wins of this type, both are 3-0 in these matches. Robby Ginepri has been less lucky, as he is 0-3 in these circumstances.

This is great ! :clap2::clap2:

Exactly what I wished !

I'm interested in these matches, not all of these, you're right, but as you made a statistics with matches where players had won an equal number of points, I think this one was even more interesting.

And you're right : it's more interesting when it's not a situation where a player won one set easily and lost the two others very tight.

Great work ! :yeah:

Blarghman
06-22-2009, 08:16 PM
A couple of quick matches enter that list this week, as Becker's 54-minute, 6-3, 6-4 win over Serra in 's-Hertogenbosch is the fifth quickest of the season, while Querrey's win over Capdeville in Eastbourne, 6-2 7-5 in just 51 minutes, is at the top.

Dick Norman earned an inauspicious record in the Netherlands, as his 13 double faults against Chardy were the season's second highest total.

Querrey's quick performance against Capdeville in Eastbourne also featured one of the highest ace/service game results of the season, tied for third overall.

As mentioned earlier in the thread, Bogdanovic's 35 of 36 performance on first serve against Minar is the new ATP season high.

A match with identical # of points also occurred this week, as Lu and Fleming split the points 94-94, with the former winning the match in three sets.

The week also featured 3 'duong Specials', where the losing player won more points. These were Querrey losing to Istomin and Bogdanovic losing to Tursunov in Eastbourne and Chardy's loss against Schuettler in 's-Hertogenbosch.

Blarghman
07-07-2009, 03:48 PM
Just one of the season's five longest matches took place at Wimbledon, as Haas' fifth set win over Cilic that carried over two days was third overall.

Overall, Wimbledon was a quite a fast tournament, including one of the five fastest matches of the season, Becker's R1 win over Karanusic.

There were also a lot of aces in London, and while none managed to top Karlovic's RG mark, three cracked the 40 aces barrier, Federer in the final, Roddick in the quarters and Karlovic in round 3.

Big serving also brings with it double faults, and several Wimbledon matches joined in a tie with 13 DFs. Taking the cake, though, was Taylor Dent, who became the first player to crack the 15 double fault mark. In fact, he managed to make it all the way to 20.

I've also added a new category, most double faults per service game, though it contains no Wimbledon matches.

There were no fewer than 8 'duong specials', with the loser winning more points. All but one were five setters, with the most notable being Haas' long win over Cilic. Also, Karol Beck suffered the 'Monaco curse', mirroring Juan Monaco's feat of winning a match with fewer points, then losing his next match despite winning more points. The one four-set match that fit this criteria was Robredo's loss to Sela, which saw the Spaniard win a set 6-2, and lose three sets in which he won at least 5 games.

In addition to the new double faults category, I've also added leaderboards for double faults per service game.

Blarghman
07-13-2009, 05:05 PM
Sam Querrey set the second highest season mark for aces in a three-setter, hitting 31 in his second round match against Amritraj. His performance was also third all season in aces per service game.

Kevin Kim was less successful with his serve, making the top 5 for most DFs twice, with 14 against Querrey and 13 in a victory against Brands. Kim's performance against Querrey was particularly pathetic, as he hit more than a double fault and a half per service game, a new season high by a wide margin.

Two matches were won by the player who took fewer points; Groth's win over Mello and Kim's win over Brands.

V.H.
07-13-2009, 07:28 PM
Why aren't Kim's DFs in the "Most Double Faults" category, but only in "Most Double Faults, incl. GS)?

Anyway thx for great stats :)

Blarghman
07-13-2009, 07:38 PM
Why aren't Kim's DFs in the "Most Double Faults" category, but only in "Most Double Faults, incl. GS)?

Anyway thx for great stats :)

For the complex statistical reason that I accidentally skipped updating that table ;)

Fixed :)

Actually, there's another Newport match added to this table, as Levine' 12 DFs against Ram tie him for fifth. So Newport matches are tied at first, third and fifth.

Blarghman
07-20-2009, 08:00 AM
Just one change in any of the lists this week, as Robredo's 27/28 performance on first serve points against Luczak ties him for the fifth best performance of the year.

There were a few matches of interest this week, though; Schuettler and Minar played a match with a 50-50 split in points in Stuttgart, while four matches saw the loser win more of the points: Darcis losing to Koellerer and Koubek losing to Berrer were two, while Sidorenko picked up two such wins, over Munoz-De la Nava and Hernandez.

Archer16
07-20-2009, 09:09 AM
Stuttgart R32 - Berrer d Koubek 0-6, 7-6(3),7-6(4) (Koubek 111-97 Berrer - the loser won 53.37% of the points)
I haven't been tracking this regularly, but because you asked, I looked into it :)

It's actually a pretty common occurrence, there have been 65 such matches this season. If you'd like a list, I can make one, but I'm a little too lazy too do it unprompted ;)

The biggest blowout that a player lost was Rui Machado losing in Estoril to Oscar Hernandez. Machado won 100 of 189 points (52.91%), but lost the match, 5-7, 6-1, 5-7.

The single most interesting example is probably Andreev d. Tsonga, IW R32. This was a straight sets win for Igor, 7-5, 6-4, but he won three less points than Tsonga.
These are the only matches were the loser won the points count by double-digits. I wonder what's the all-time record.
IINM, theoretically the most possible is 44 (24 + (12-2)*2 ).

The straight sets is the most amusing :)

Blarghman
07-27-2009, 11:53 PM
Isner's 27 ace performance against Odesnik in his Indianapolis QF was the fourth best in three-setters of the season.

The week also saw a season-high for double faults in a three-setter, as Berrer commited 16 in his loss to Tursunov. This match also sits second in DFs per game.

A contrast was Hanescu's showing in Hamburg, as the big Romanian hit 41 of 46 first serves, for a season high 89.1%.

Two matches saw an even split of points, both from Hamburg, with Almagro's win over Granollers and Greul's over Zverev finishing even.

Two matches also saw the winner take fewer points than the loser: Kim won more points in his loss to Istomin and Baghdatis had an 8-point advantage in losing to Odesnik.

Some weirdness in the leaderboards last week, I accidentally double-counted some matches. Everything should be fixed.

Voo de Mar
07-28-2009, 03:00 AM
Longest Matches (including GS)
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1 Australian Open SF Nadal d Verdasco 314 minutes
2 Roland Garros R32 Ouanna d Safin 274 minutes
3 Wimbledon R32 Haas d Cilic 268 minutes
4 Australian Open F Nadal d Federer 263 minutes
5 Roland Garros R128 Lopez d Ferreiro 258 minutes

Note: These numbers don't agree with Voo de Mar's :shrug:. Frankly, I'm not sure why, his are probably more trustworthy, as these are straight copies from the ATP website :shrug: Also, note that there are not recorded ATP stats for the Muller-Lopez R128 match in Melbourne

The time-match in my thread of longest matches comes from official Grand Slam tournaments. Muller-Lopez played 262-minute match in Melbourne according to the Aussie Open website.

stebs
07-28-2009, 12:25 PM
Good thread. Thanks for the stats.

Blarghman
07-29-2009, 05:55 AM
The time-match in my thread of longest matches comes from official Grand Slam tournaments. Muller-Lopez played 262-minute match in Melbourne according to the Aussie Open website.

Thanks, I see that the ATP has updated with that time as well. The weird thing is that I can't see any stats on the AO website for that match, there's no 'match statistics' link to click :shrug:

Also, I think you may have an error in your thread in the Hanescu-Hernych match. Both ATP and AO list it as around 250 minutes (ATP 252, AO 249), as opposed to your 272.

I am a little wary of all the AO time numbers, since there are some oddities on both sites. For example, ATP has Federer-Seppi as going 280 minutes, while the AO site doesn't have a time for set 3 :o There are a couple of other weird ones as well.

Good thread. Thanks for the stats.

Thanks :yeah:

Voo de Mar
07-29-2009, 12:19 PM
Also, I think you may have an error in your thread in the Hanescu-Hernych match. Both ATP and AO list it as around 250 minutes (ATP 252, AO 249), as opposed to your 272.

Thanks, I've changed it.


I am a little wary of all the AO time numbers, since there are some oddities on both sites. For example, ATP has Federer-Seppi as going 280 minutes, while the AO site doesn't have a time for set 3 :o There are a couple of other weird ones as well.


Yes, there was a lot of confusion with 'match time statistics' at the Aussie Open website this year :( For example: Malisse won 7-6(8) set against Llodra in 5 minutes... :o Initially the match time of Muller-Lopez match was around 7 hours, then around 5:30, finally it was changed on very probable 4:22 but without any information about aces. Someone on this forum wrote how many aces they served, and I included this information to my "Aces" thread.

The most stats aren't an objective truth, it's only an approximate truth. When I watch a match and make some stats I'm certain what was really happened, in the other cases it's a matter of trust.

Blarghman
08-01-2009, 02:01 AM
The most stats aren't an objective truth, it's only an approximate truth. When I watch a match and make some stats I'm certain what was really happened, in the other cases it's a matter of trust.

Very well said :)

Especially when you're following the extreme results, and it's potentially easy to doubt some of the stats you end up seeing. You can't pick and choose too much over which results are 'right', since if you didn't see it you can't really know.

TankingTheSet
08-02-2009, 06:33 PM
Very interesting set of statistics, great work. The winner scoring less points than the loser reminds of Gasquet losing to Verdasco in Montreal 2007, 6-3 6-7(7) 4-6 with I believe Gasquet winning more points in every set, scoring 106 total points vs 92 for Verdasco. Point won on first serve for Gasquet were 80%, on second serve 70%, while Verdasco won 71% on first serve and 47% on second serve, yet Gasquet lost! Sorry about diverging from the 2009 in the topic, but in terms of statistics that match was very unusual.

Blarghman
08-03-2009, 05:53 PM
Kendrick-Spadea was a classic for the statistician, the shortest match of the year thus far by three minutes. It also tied for third with Kendrick's 70% of points on Spadea's first serve, and was the third largest blowout of the year, with Kendrick taking 2/3rds of the points in the match.

Another LA match featured excellent work on the opponent's second serve, as Querrey now sits fourth on that list bu taking 14 of 16 points from Istomin.

Davydenko missed just four first serves in an excellent performance in his Umag SF.

In Gstaad, Beck-Garcia-Lopez had an even split in points, despite Beck losing a set 1-6 and winning two TBs.

Beck was also involved in a 'winning with fewer points' match, in the first round against Chiudinelli, as was Troicki in his loss to Maximo Gonzalez.

Blarghman
08-16-2009, 09:36 PM
I've now updated through Washington, I'll probably be fairly late on getting to the Montreal stats.

Becker's 27 aces against Ginepri leave him tied for 4th on the season.

Gabashvili comitted 15 double faults in his R64 fatcg in Washington, good for third in the season.

Odesnik had an even split of points with Andreev in his R32 win, while no fewer than 4 matches saw the winner take less points; Becker over Ginepri, Gulbis over Kim, Gicquel over Janowicz and Isner against Tsonga.

Blarghman
08-18-2009, 05:15 AM
A season's first took place in Montreal this week, as Stanislas Wawrinka won each of his seventeen first serve points, topping that list with a 100% performance

Jan Hernych had the season's second best first serve %, hitting 39 of 44 attempts.

Two matches saw the loser take more points; Raonic's R1 loss to Gonzalez (:sad:) and Tsonga's come-from-behind effort against Federer.

Blarghman
08-24-2009, 06:39 AM
Federer-Djokovic didn't strike me as a particularly slow match, but it had the 3rd highest time/game of the season thus far.

Karlovic fired out 23 aces in his R2 loss to Mathieu; this didn't make the leaderboard for totals, but is the fourth highest aces/service game of the year.

Cincinnati also saw a record from Montreal equaled; Andy Murray's first match against Almagro saw him go a perfect 26/26 on first serves. Djokovic had a similarly strong show against Ljubicic, taking 35/36 first serve points.

Two matches saw the winner take fewer points; Soderling's loss to Hewitt and Haas' loss to Isner.

buzz
08-24-2009, 10:44 AM
Federer-Djokovic didn't strike me as a particularly slow match, but it had the 3rd highest time/game of the season thus far.



Because of a lot of dueces?

Blarghman
08-31-2009, 01:53 AM
Guillermo Garcia Lopez's 11 DFs against Yen-Hsun Lu weren't a really high total, but as they came in just 8 service games they leave him third in DF/Game this season.

New Haven also had two matches in which the winner took less points: Ram's win over Lapentti and Phau's over Almagro.

Also decided to add a new leader-board, total double-faults. The lead recently changed in this competition, as GGL's masterful performance put him 6 ahead of Haas.

Blarghman
09-16-2009, 12:19 AM
Two US Opens were among the year's longest matches, both involving Nico Lapentti. His five set win over Wawrinka clocked in at 283 minutes, and his second round loss to Istomin was 288 minutes.

No matches enter the aces leaderboard, but two were among the highest in doubles faults; Garcia-Lopez had 18 in beating Polansky, while Karol Beck had 15 in a five-set loss to Maxi Gonzalez.

Two matches split points identically; the aforementioned Lapentti-Istomin match and Hernych's win over Schuettler.

Five matches saw the winner take fewer points; Gonzalez-Beck, Troicki-Luczak, Beck-Korolev, Verdasco-Haas and Isner-Roddick.

Blarghman
09-28-2009, 10:01 PM
The fourth-longest three-set match of the year came in Bucharest, where Ramirez Hidalgo defeated Copil.

Another Bucharest performance saw Monaco win 87% of points on his second serve against Riba, fourth best on the year.

One match had an even number of points won, with Gasquet and Berrer splitting 111-111 in the former's win.

Three matches were won by the player who took fewer points; Koellerer over Volandri, Fognini over Gimeno-Traver and Rochus over Santoro.

Snowwy
09-29-2009, 12:08 AM
There was a match today with even points won too for sure, I think it was Isner at 97-97, but Im not completely sure on the players or the points.

HKz
09-29-2009, 01:56 AM
Must say, quite ridiculous which players have consistently been on the "longest game/match/etc"

Blarghman
10-05-2009, 08:06 AM
Korolev's beat-down of Ginepri in Bangkok is the fourth shortest match of the season thus far. Korolev also had the season's best showing on the second serve return, winning 16 of 17 Ginepri second serve points.

Robin Soderling had the third perfect performance on first serve of the season, winning 19 of 19 points against Brendan Evans.

Two matches saw even numbers of points won, Isner against Wachiramanowong (as Snowwy mentioned) and Beck against Kukushkin, while one saw the winner take fewer points; Bopanna's loss to Fernando Gonzalez.

Blarghman
10-12-2009, 06:06 AM
Karlovic made another appearance on the aces leader-board in Beijing, tying for fourth-most in a three-setter with his 28 in a loss to Kohlschreiber.

Robin Soderling had the second-best performance on second serve of the year, winning 17/18 points against Robredo in Beijing.

Two matches had equal numbers of points won; Nadal's win over Baghdatis in China and Monfils' victory over Wawrinka in Tokyo.

Blarghman
10-19-2009, 11:58 PM
Karlovic makes a fourth appearance on the 'most aces' list in three-setters, tying for fourth as he lost a match for the second straight week with 27 aces.

Three matches saw the winner take fewer points; Berdych d. Cilic, Schuettler d. Vassallo-Arguello and Berdych d. Safin.

Hazem
10-22-2009, 12:01 AM
Thanks for this great effort

Blarghman
10-27-2009, 02:05 AM
Joachim Johansson's return to the ATP tour saw him put up an impressive performance in Stockholm, placing second overall in APG in his win over Peter Luczak.

One match saw an even split of points; Marchenko's QF win over Korolev in Moscow, while no matches featured the loser taking more points.

Blarghman
11-02-2009, 04:23 AM
Julien Benneteau had the best performance of the season on serve; he won 40 of 43 points against Kevin Anderson to become the first man over 91% this season.

Two 27-ace performances join the tie for fourth in the aces list; Ljubicic against Kiefer and Tsonga against Clement. The Ljubicic match is fifth in the season in aces/game.

Lyon also saw a fourth perfect performance on first serve, from Ben Becker against Lorenzi.

One match saw even points won; Stakhovsky defeat of Marat Safin.

Likewise, one match saw the loser take more points; the dramatic St. Pete's final, with Stakhovsky beating Zeballos in two TBs.

Blarghman
11-09-2009, 07:17 AM
Karlovic recorded his second 28-ace performance against Serra, though it was a defeat. This match had the same number of service games as Karlovic's previous 28-ace performance, and thus ties it for the most aces/service game this season at 2.33.

Djokovic's double-bagel of Hernych tied for the fifth best performance on return, with DJokovic winning 70.3% of Hernych's service points.

Youzhny and Davydenko split the points equally in the former's semi-final win, while three matches saw the winner take fewer points; Gonzalez against Isner and Chardy against Korolev were narrow differences, but Kohlschreiber won 13 more points than Chiudinelli in a losing effort. The Chardy-Korolev match was notable as it was a straight set match, odd given that the final tiebreak was a 7-1 blowout.

Guillermo Garcia-Lopez came just 1 double fault short of equaling Fernando Verdasco for the overall lead, but the higher-ranked Spaniard should handily extend his lead in the remaining matches.

Blarghman
11-09-2009, 07:21 AM
With just a couple of weeks left, I'm thinking of doing a big season review post after the WTF, and I'd appreciate any suggestions for year-end stats that people might like to see. I've got all the ATP MatchStats data, and can classify by it by tournament, round, winner, loser, surface, week, # of sets, etc., so if you have any good ideas for what might be of interest, let me know :D

Blarghman
11-16-2009, 07:49 AM
The final weekly edition of the stats :)

No-one has any year-end wrap-up suggestions :sad:

Paris saw two excellent service performances make the best of the season list; Tsonga took 90% of service points against Simon, good for third, and Karlovic took 89.1% against Cuevas for fourth.

Two matches saw the loser take more points, Murray against Stepanek and Cilic against Monfils.

Blarghman
12-01-2009, 10:19 AM
Still no suggestions for an end-of-year wrap-up :sad:

I'll come up with something, probably in a week or so.

London produced only minor changes, nothing notable.