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Masters1000 statistics (new 2010 stats post #44)

n8
06-08-2010, 11:46 AM
In tribute to Nadal's record breaking 18th Masters 1000 title in Madrid, Joca (Nadal_Power (http://www.menstennisforums.com/member.php?u=47756)) and I have compiled an article full of statistics about Nadal, Federer and Agassi's Masters 1000 careers. Below is the beginning of the article, the rest can be found here (http://statracket.net/?view=articles/FANMasters.html).

http://i48.tinypic.com/28spoiu.jpg
http://i48.tinypic.com/28vq3jo.jpg
http://i49.tinypic.com/2a4rg92.jpg
More in-depth statistics (including w/l vs. top 5/10, and quarter-finals, semi-finals, and finals statistics) follows here (http://statracket.net/?view=articles/FANMasters.html).

careergrandslam
06-08-2010, 11:59 AM
very nice.

@Sweet Cleopatra
06-08-2010, 12:09 PM
Thanks a lot. What an achievement from Rafa at only 24.

TennisOnWood
06-08-2010, 01:47 PM
He is mighty impressive in this level of competition... specially he is just 24 and his opponents are two of the greatest

We have more statistics,will bring them all here

n8
08-08-2010, 06:17 AM
Just thought I would bump this thread now as it's the last time the stats will be up-to-date. Can Rafa win an incredible 4th straight Masters 1000 title and third Canada shield?

HKz
08-08-2010, 06:28 AM
Only if grass had a Master Series title..

sabina_RF_lee
08-08-2010, 06:29 AM
Roger has 16 GS and 16 Masters :retard:
Think he is not so intersted in Masters like in GS
Instead Rafa is very interested in Masters 18 when he is 24 :dance:
Poor Roddick, never #1 at smth

osmonde
08-08-2010, 06:32 AM
Nadall is the first player ever to achieve 3 masters in a row.

Serenidad
08-08-2010, 06:42 AM
Brands will top this list at the end of his career.

paseo
08-08-2010, 07:18 AM
The crazy thing is Nadal got the most in the least time.

TennisOnWood
08-08-2010, 10:53 AM
Nadall is the first player ever to achieve 3 masters in a row.

Yes,and if he somehow takes Canada it will stay long way with 4 consecutive titles

I made the list for Rafa's achievements thread

Only 13 players won back to back Masters 1000 titles,and Rafa won 6 times out of 21 in total

1991 : Jim Courier - Indian Wells & Miami (not played in Monte Carlo)
1992 : Michael Chang - Indian Wells & Miami (not played in Monte Carlo)
1994 : Pete Sampras - Indian Wells & Miami (not played in Monte Carlo)
1994 : Andrei Medvedev - Monte Carlo & Hamburg (lost in 3rd round of Rome)
1995 : Andre Agassi - Canada & Cincinnati (lost in 3rd round of Essen)
1998 : Marcelo Rios - Indian Wells & Miami (not played in Monte Carlo)
1998 : Patrick Rafter - Canada & Cincinnati (lost in 3rd round of Stuttgart)
2001 : Andre Agassi (2) - Indian Wells & Miami (not played in Monte Carlo)
2003 : Andy Roddick - Canada & Cincinnati (lost in 3rd round of Madrid)
2004 : Roger Federer - Hamburg & Canada (lost in 1st round of Cincinnati)
2004 : Marat Safin - Madrid & Paris (lost in 3rd round of Indian Wells 2005)
2005 : Roger Federer (2) - Indian Wells & Miami (lost in 1/4 of Monte Carlo)
2005 : Rafael Nadal - Monte Carlo & Rome (not played in Hamburg)
2006 : Roger Federer (3) - Indian Wells & Miami (lost in final of Monte Carlo)
2006 : Rafael Nadal (2) - Monte Carlo & Rome (not played in Hamburg)
2007 : Rafael Nadal (3) - Monte Carlo & Rome (lost in final of Hamburg)
2007 : David Nalbandian - Madrid & Paris (lost in 1/4 of Indian Wells 2008)
2008 : Rafael Nadal (4) - Hamburg & Canada (lost in 1/2 of Cincinnati)
2008 : Andy Murray - Cincinnati & Madrid (lost in 1/4 of Paris)
2009 : Rafael Nadal (5) - Monte Carlo & Rome (lost in final of Madrid)
2010 : Rafael Nadal (6) - Monte Carlo & Rome (WON Madrid.. for the first 3 consecutive Masters 1000 titles in history)

born_on_clay
08-08-2010, 03:22 PM
great job guys !!!

TennisOnWood
08-08-2010, 04:52 PM
StatRacket choose this basic stats but we made more interesting comapring.. I will bring them to this topic if he takes 4th crown this year or after Paris ;)

Persimmon
08-08-2010, 05:03 PM
18 Masters at 24 is very impressive.

careergrandslam
08-08-2010, 05:23 PM
nadal is fastest to 5 masters, 10 masters and 15 masters.

TennisOnWood
08-08-2010, 05:44 PM
18 Masters at 24 is very impressive.

He was 23 when he won Madrid... still 9 tournaments to play at the age of 24 to make all this even more impressive

Persimmon
08-08-2010, 05:57 PM
He was 23 when he won Madrid... still 9 tournaments to play at the age of 24 to make all this even more impressive

Looking forward to Rafa reaching 20 Masters.

Sillyrabbit
08-08-2010, 07:07 PM
Roger has 16 GS and 16 Masters :retard:
Think he is not so intersted in Masters like in GS
Instead Rafa is very interested in Masters 18 when he is 24 :dance:
Poor Roddick, never #1 at smth

I'm confused at what exactly is the point of this post. Did anyone try to belittle Federer for having less Masters titles than Nadal?

ORGASMATRON
08-08-2010, 08:12 PM
despite the fact that nadal is a lock for the clay MS and there is no masters on grass, roger has still won 4 MS in a year more times than nadal.

r3d_d3v1l_
08-09-2010, 04:55 AM
It´s not a surprise really.

It just shows the beast Nadal was on a early age, despite the fact that he had the upper hand of having 3 Masters Titles disputed in clay and Federer had none in grass.

Now it´s time to see if Nadal can sustain the rythm and if Federer still cares a little about Masters titles.

careergrandslam
08-09-2010, 08:01 AM
federer is not guarateed winning a grass masters series, because its best of 3 sets and nadal has always played federer close in their grass court meetings.
a few points here and there decide the match between the 2 on grass.

nadal's 2 favourite surfaces are clay and grass.
he does ok on slow hardcourt and absolutely awful on indoors.

bokehlicious
08-09-2010, 12:14 PM
Who can still argue about Rafito being the undisputed GOAT looking at those stats?!

R. Nadal >>>>>> God

:worship: :worship:

sabina_RF_lee
08-09-2010, 10:05 PM
Who can still argue about Rafito being the undisputed GOAT looking at those stats?!

R. Nadal >>>>>> God

:worship: :worship:

GS is much more important that masters

careergrandslam
08-10-2010, 03:12 AM
Who can still argue about Rafito being the undisputed GOAT looking at those stats?!

R. Nadal >>>>>> God

:worship: :worship:

lame attempt at humour.
u are a rafa hater.

HKz
08-10-2010, 03:59 AM
federer is not guarateed winning a grass masters series, because its best of 3 sets and nadal has always played federer close in their grass court meetings.
a few points here and there decide the match between the 2 on grass.

nadal's 2 favourite surfaces are clay and grass.
he does ok on slow hardcourt and absolutely awful on indoors.

Have you never watched Federer before 2008 or something? Who cares if it was best of 3, you really think 2004-2007 Federer would have lost? The guy has won 5 Halle titles, what difference would it make giving him one/two more rounds to win and calling it a Master Series event? Surely, he would have a few more MS titles under his belt if there was at least one MS tournament on grass. I wouldn't guarantee he would have the same amount of titles as he has at Halle. Since players like Hewitt/Roddick/etc over the years have played at Queens, it is hard to judge how he would exactly play against them after Roland Garros in a MS event if this was ever the case.

Pirata.
08-10-2010, 04:45 AM
federer is not guarateed winning a grass masters series, because its best of 3 sets and nadal has always played federer close in their grass court meetings.
a few points here and there decide the match between the 2 on grass.

:smash:

Pistolero
08-10-2010, 05:41 AM
Man, that Federer has it hard. With only 6 of the 9 masters on hard and the Master Cup being indoors, you gotta really feel for the guy. :sobbing: What a true pity.

Ouragan
08-10-2010, 03:54 PM
Very interesting. Nadal looking more and more goatish by the year.

Haelfix
08-10-2010, 10:04 PM
Actually I fully expect Rafa's master stat to one day be broken, and not necessarily by a GOAT candidate.

All it really takes is for someone to be as dominant on hard courts as Rafa is (relatively) on clay, or Fed/Pete were on grass.

We aren't used to seeing that these days, since there are so many great hard court players, but in principle there is nothing that stops that from happening and in a sense, its less difficult to do that than it is to be consistently great on all surfaces.

Then, consider that there are twice as many hardcourt masters per year than clay, and you could imagine someone actually beating Rafa's record in only 3 years (obviously requiring winning every single masters)..

wackykid
08-11-2010, 03:03 AM
I'm confused at what exactly is the point of this post. Did anyone try to belittle Federer for having less Masters titles than Nadal?

i don't see what is there to belittle... it's just like saying that 16GS >>>> 6GS is belittling nadal....

both statistics are legendary and federer and nadal are both legends and GOAT on their own right... they are yin and yang of each other... if we just take one of them away... we probably will see the remaining person winning almost all the GS and masters...

(and yes why can't you have more than 1 GOAT...? it all depends on GOAT definition...)


regards,
wacky

n8
08-11-2010, 04:29 AM
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Match Wins Leaders
1. Roger Federer 210-65
2. Andre Agassi 209-73
3. Pete Sampras 190-70
4. Rafael Nadal 180-35
5. Andy Roddick 141-57

Federer takes the match win lead with a win over Chela but Nadal is only 30 odd behind. Roddick is a distant 5th.

TennisOnWood
08-11-2010, 01:24 PM
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Match Wins Leaders
1. Roger Federer 210-65
2. Andre Agassi 209-73
3. Pete Sampras 190-70
4. Rafael Nadal 180-35
5. Andy Roddick 141-57

Federer takes the match win lead with a win over Chela but Nadal is only 30 odd behind. Roddick is a distant 5th.

Fed started 2005 season with 69 wins and Rafa with 9... he will not last for long cause Master is coming. Sampras is done this year,Andre shortly after and then we shall see

Start da Game
08-11-2010, 07:26 PM
In tribute to Nadal's record breaking 18th Masters 1000 title in Madrid, Joca (Nadal_Power (http://www.menstennisforums.com/member.php?u=47756)) and I have compiled an article full of statistics about Nadal, Federer and Agassi's Masters 1000 careers. Below is the beginning of the article, the rest can be found here (http://statracket.net/?view=articles/FANMasters.html).

http://i48.tinypic.com/28spoiu.jpg
http://i48.tinypic.com/28vq3jo.jpg
http://i49.tinypic.com/2a4rg92.jpg
More in-depth statistics (including w/l vs. top 5/10, and quarter-finals, semi-finals, and finals statistics) follows here (http://statracket.net/?view=articles/FANMasters.html).

great stuff......well done.......nadal has reached a state where he should be focussing more on slams and building his career from here on around the slams.......2 masters series shields will come automatically every year.......

Sapeod
08-11-2010, 07:28 PM
lame attempt at humour.
u are a rafa hater.
And you can't spell right, and are a Nadaltard.

Sapeod
08-11-2010, 07:29 PM
I'm pretty sure Murray will join them sometime down the road.

n8
08-15-2010, 09:56 AM
Rafa may not have won Toronto, but some streaks continue.

Quote from original article:

Nadal has only lost his first match of a Masters 1000 seven out of 53 times (13.2%), which is significantly less than Federer’s 20 out of 82 (24.4%) and Agassi’s 23 out of 91 (25.3%). Another mark of his consistency is his record breaking 19 consecutive quarter-finals appearances (unbroken) and eight consecutive semi-finals (unbroken). Federer is close with consecutive semi-finals (seven, not a current streak), but a long way behind in quarter-finals (ten). Agassi is half or less than half Nadal in both categories.

Now 20 straight quarter-finals and nine straight semis (a whole years worth!).

TennisOnWood
08-15-2010, 10:23 AM
Rafa may not have won Toronto, but some streaks continue.

Quote from original article:



Now 20 straight quarter-finals and nine straight semis (a whole years worth!).

I really wanted this 9th consecutive 1/2.. now he achieved 2 full circles of 1/4's and full year circle of 1/2's

born_on_clay
08-15-2010, 12:47 PM
what a hero :bowdown:

Vamos !

TennisOnWood
08-15-2010, 10:42 PM
We have a new player in large group of 5 time Masters 1000 winners. Andy made it in his 41st tournament,just like Federer


Rafael Nadal - Monte Carlo 2006 / 19 years of age / 17th tournament
Jim Courier - Rome 1993 / 22 years of age / 25th tournament
Thomas Muster - Essen 1995 / 28 years of age / 27th tournament
Michael Chang - Cincinnati 1994 / 22 years of age / 29th tournament
Pete Sampras - Rome 1994 / 22 years of age / 30th tournament
Andre Agassi - Miami 1995 / 24 years of age / 31st tournament
Marcelo Rios - Hamburg 1999 / 23 years of age / 31th tournament
Novak Djokovic - Paris 2009 / 22 years of age / 36th tournament
Gustavo Kuerten - cincinnati 2001 / 24 years of age / 38th tournament
Boris Becker - Stuttgart 1996 / 28 years of age / 39th tournament
Andy Murray - Canada 2010 / 23 years of age / 41th tournament
Roger Federer - Indian Wells 2005 / 23 years of age / 41th tournament
Marat Safin - Paris 2004 / 24 years of age / 46th tournament
Andy Roddick - Miami 2010 / 27 years of age / 62nd tournament

* Only Djokovic,Murray and Chang weren't World Number 1 in whole list
* Lot of players achieved this in the 22-24 years of age and then stopped

born_on_clay
08-17-2010, 12:52 PM
I have a question guys :)

Would you like me to put a link in my Rafa's Hall of Fame statistics to this thread ??

TennisOnWood
08-17-2010, 04:27 PM
I have a question guys :)

Would you like me to put a link in my Rafa's Hall of Fame statistics to this thread ??

I'm thinking about very large Masters 1000 statistics,with all of this and many other things (not just with this 3 best players,all of them in the last 21 years)

But will need at least 2 months so until then you can put this link

born_on_clay
08-31-2010, 09:16 AM
I'm thinking about very large Masters 1000 statistics,with all of this and many other things (not just with this 3 best players,all of them in the last 21 years)

But will need at least 2 months so until then you can put this link

that would be awesome :worship:

I know you're a Masters maniac ;):cool:

HKz
08-31-2010, 09:41 AM
Fed started 2005 season with 69 wins and Rafa with 9... he will not last for long cause Master is coming. Sampras is done this year,Andre shortly after and then we shall see

Lmao :rolleyes:

You sound like a vulture

n8
03-04-2011, 09:50 AM
For the 4th straight year, Nadal has been the best player at Masters1000 events. In each season from 2007 to 2010, Nadal won more Masters1000 than any other player.

Joca (Nadal_Power) has put together a statistical summary of the Masters1000 last year. Check it out @ http://thebigtip.com.au/tennis/masters1000-article-joel-edit-part-1

Included stats are ranking of #1 seed, #8 seed, and LDA in each event, most wins at this level, most points earned and most points/event. Similar stats of the 2009 season are here @ http://statracket.net/?view=articles/masters1000.html

ossie
03-04-2011, 11:00 AM
18 masters in 5 years...incredible

TennisOnWood
03-04-2011, 11:41 AM
In second part of the article I collect facts from all 9 tournaments.. that will be released soon

born_on_clay
04-17-2011, 04:44 PM
any update mate ? ;)