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Bagel Hall of Fame & Bagel Hall of Shame (active players)

Pipsy
12-12-2010, 10:42 AM
Active players with more than 30 bagels at main tour level

Complete as of 06.01.14. Statistics include all Grand Slam tournaments, the ATP World Tour finals (or former quivalents), all ATP World Tour 1000/500/250 tournaments (or former equivalents), all Davis Cup matches, and the Olympic Games.

Qualifying rounds are not counted. Challenger and Futures tournaments are not counted, neither is the Hopman Cup nor exhibitions.

A summary of this post:
Player Country Bagels Baked Bagels Eaten Bagel Ratio
Roger FEDERER SUI 83 4 20.75
Rafael NADAL ESP 73 12 6.08
Novak DJOKOVIC SRB 63 7 9.00
David FERRER ESP 57 19 3.00
Nikolay DAVYDENKO RUS 53 15 3.53
Andy MURRAY GBR 45 10 4.50
Mikhail YOUZHNY RUS 43 21 2.05
Jarkko NIEMINEN FIN 41 12 3.42
Tommy ROBREDO ESP 39 24 1.63
Tomas BERDYCH CZE 37 14 2.64
Fernando VERDASCO ESP 33 18 1.83
Juan MONACO ARG 33 21 1.57
Tommy HAAS DEU 32 15 2.13
Robin SODERLING SWE 31 9 3.44
Radek STEPANEK CZE 31 17 1.82


Players that may make this list next year include: Gasquet [28], Tipsarevic [28], and Volandri [27].

BLUE signifies a double bagel
RED signifies a triple bagel


Roger FEDERER – 83 bagels
1) Adrian Mannarino - US Open, 2013
2) Victor Hanescu - Wimbledon, 2013
3) Mischa Zverev - Halle, 2013
4) Mischa Zverev - Halle, 2013
5) Malek Jaziri - Dubai, 2013
6) Stanislas Wawrinka - Shanghai, 2012
7) Novak Djokovic - Cincinatti, 2012
8) Juan Martin del Potro - Roland Garros, 2012
9) Michael Llodra - Dubai, 2012
10) Rafael Nadal - World Tour Finals, 2011
11) Juan Monaco - US Open, 2011
12) Maxime Teixeira - Roland Garros, 2011
13) Juan Ignacio Chela - Indian Wells, 2011
14) Alejandro Falla - Wimbledon, 2010
15) Julian Reister - Roland Garros, 2010
16) Igor Andreev - Australian Open, 2010
17) Nikolay Davydenko - Australian Open, 2010
18) Potito Starace - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2009
19) Robin Soderling - US Open, 2009
20) Tommy Haas - Roland Garros, 2009
21) Juan Martin del Potro - Australian Open, 2009
22) Juan Martin del Potro - Australian Open, 2009
23) Maximo Gonzalez - US Open, 2008
24) Robby Ginepri - Cincinatti, 2008
25) Albert Montanes - Roland Garros, 2008
26) Fabrice Santoro - Australian Open, 2008
27) Diego Hartfield - Australian Open, 2008
28) Diego Hartfield - Australian Open, 2008
29) Guillermo Canas - Madrid, 2007
30) Potito Starace - Roland Garros, 2007
31) Rafael Nadal - Hamburg, 2007
32) David Ferrer - Monte Carlo, 2007
33) Andy Roddick - Australian Open, 2007
34) Bjorn Phau - Australian Open, 2007
35) James Blake - Tennis Masters Cup, 2006
36) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Basel, 2006
37) Fernando Gonzalez - Madrid, 2006
38) David Nalbandian - Madrid, 2006
39) James Blake - US Open, 2006
40) Vincent Spadea - US Open, 2006
41) Jimmy Wang - US Open, 2006
42) Dmitry Tursunov - Toronto, 2006
43) Rafael Nadal - Wimbledon, 2006
44) Jonas Bjorkman - Wimbledon, 2006
45) Tim Henman - Wimbledon, 2006
46) Tomas Berdych - Halle, 2006
47) Alberto Martin - Monte Carlo, 2006
48) Arnaud Clement - Miami, 2006
49) James Blake - Indian Wells, 2006
50) Marcos Baghdatis - Australian Open, 2006
51) Nicolas Kiefer - Australian Open, 2006
52) Tommy Haas - Australian Open, 2006
53) Florian Mayer - Australian Open, 2006
54) Gaston Gaudio - Tennis Masters Cup, 2005
55) Gaston Gaudio - Tennis Masters Cup, 2005
56) Guillermo Coria - Tennis Masters Cup, 2005
57) Alan Mackin - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2005
58) Alan Mackin - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2005
59) Dudi Sela - Roland Garros, 2005
60) Andy Roddick - Bangkok, 2004
61) Lleyton Hewitt - US Open, 2004
62) Lleyton Hewitt - US Open, 2004
63) Fabrice Santoro - US Open, 2004
64) Lleyton Hewitt - Wimbledon, 2004
65) Alejandro Falla - Wimbledon, 2004
66) Alex Bogdanovic - Wimbledon, 2004
67) Mardy Fish - Halle, 2004
68) Lleyton Hewitt - Hamburg, 2004
69) Lleyton Hewitt - Australian Open, 2004
70) Todd Reid - Australian Open, 2004
71) Alex Bogomolov Jr. - Australian Open, 2004
72) Andre Agassi - Tennis Masters Cup, 2003
73) David Nalbandian - Tennis Masters Cup, 2003
74) Jean-Rene Lisnard - US Open, 2003
75) Fabrice Santoro - Davis Cup Quarter-Finals, 2003
76) Fabrice Santoro - Rotterdam, 2003
77) Lars Burgsmuller - Australian Open, 2003
78) Jiri Novak - Tennis Masters Cup, 2002
79) Denis Golovalov - Moscow, 2002
80) Gustavo Kuerten - Hamburg, 2002
81) Bohdan Ulihrach - Hamburg, 2002
82) John van Lottum - s’-Hertogenbosch, 2001
83) Andrei Pavel - Rotterdam, 2001


Rafael NADAL – 73 bagels
1) Sergiy Stakhovsky - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2013
2) Sergiy Stakhovsky - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2013
3) Tommy Robredo - US Open, 2013
4) Rogerio Dutra Silva - US Open, 2013
5) Jesse Levine - Montreal, 2013
6) Pablo Andujar - Madrid, 2013
7) David Ferrer - Madrid, 2013
8) Milos Raonic - Barcelona, 2013
9) Albert Ramos - Barcelona, 2013
10) David Ferrer - Acapulco, 2013
11) Martin Alund - Acapulco, 2013
12) Juan Monaco - Roland Garros, 2012
13) Juan Monaco - Roland Garros, 2012
14) Denis Istomin - Roland Garros, 2012
15) David Ferrer - Rome, 2012
16) Fernando Verdasco - Barcelona, 2012
17) Santiago Giraldo - Miami, 2012
18) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Davis Cup WG Semi-Finals, 2011
19) Richard Gasquet - Davis Cup WG Semi-Finals, 2011
20) Gilles Muller - Wimbledon, 2011
21) Antonio Veic - Roland Garros, 2011
22) Paolo Lorenzi - Rome, 2011
23) Rik de Voest - Indian Wells, 2011
24) Marcos Daniel - Australian Open, 2011
25) Karol Beck - Doha, 2011
26) Robin Haase - Wimbledon, 2010
27) Fernando Verdasco - Monte Carlo, 2010
28) Michael Berrer - Monte Carlo, 2010
29) Thiemo de Bakker - Monte Carlo, 2010
30) Nikolay Davydenko - Doha, 2010
31) Tomas Berdych - Davis Cup Final, 2009
32) Fernando Gonzalez - US Open, 2009
33) Nicolas Kiefer - US Open, 2009
34) Robin Soderling - Rome, 2009
35) Christophe Rochus - Barcelona, 2009
36) Nicolas Lapentti - Monte Carlo, 2009
37) David Nalbandian - Indian Wells, 2009
38) Janko Tipsarevic - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2009
39) Christophe Rochus - Australian Open, 2009
40) Fabrice Santoro - Doha, 2009
41) Andy Roddick - Davis Cup Semi-Finals, 2008
42) Viktor Troicki - US Open, 2008
43) Jurgen Melzer - Olympic Games, 2008
44) Florent Serra - Cincinatti, 2008
45) Roger Federer - Roland Garros, 2008
46) Fernando Verdasco - Roland Garros, 2008
47) Nicolas Devilder - Roland Garros, 2008
48) Denis Gremelmayr - Barcelona, 2008
49) Mario Ancic - Monte Carlo, 2008
50) Nicolas Kiefer - Davis Cup Quarter-Finals, 2008
51) Mikhail Ledovskikh - Dubai, 2008
52) Florent Serra - Australian Open, 2008
53) Marat Safin - Montréal, 2007
54) Carlos Moya - Roland Garros, 2007
55) Tomas Berdych - Monte Carlo, 2007
56) Juan Martin del Potro - Miami, 2007
57) Andreas Seppi - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2006
58) Tommy Robredo - Barcelona, 2006
59) Marcos Baghdatis - Indian Wells, 2006
60) Vincent Spadea - Wimbledon, 2005
61) David Ferrer - Roland Garros, 2005
62) Sebastien Grosjean - Roland Garros, 2005
63) Mikhail Youzhny - Rome, 2005
64) Gilles Muller - Barcelona, 2005
65) Gaston Gaudio - Monte Carlo, 2005
66) Xavier Malisse - Monte Carlo, 2005
67) Albert Montanes - Acapulco, 2005
68) Alberto Martin - Costa do Sauipe, 2005
69) Gaston Gaudio - Buenos Aires, 2005
70) Julien Benneteau - Australian Open, 2005
71) Ivo Heuberger - US Open, 2004
72) Albert Portas - Bastad, 2003
73) Juan Antonio Marin - Barcelona, 2003


Novak DJOKOVIC – 63 bagels
1) Marcel Granollers - Shanghai, 2013
2) Lukas Rosol - Beijing, 2013
3) Vasek Pospisil - Davis Cup WG Semi-Finals, 2013
4) Mikhail Youzhny - US Open, 2013
5) Marcel Granollers - US Open, 2013
6) Marcel Granollers - US Open, 2013
7) Joao Sousa - US Open, 2013
8) David Goffin - Cincinatti, 2013
9) Guido Pella - Roland Garros, 2013
10) Sam Querrey - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2013
11) Lukas Rosol - Miami, 2013
12) Sam Querrey - Indian Wells, 2013
13) Fabio Fognini - Indian Wells, 2013
14) Andreas Seppi - Dubai, 2013
15) Sam Querrey - Paris, 2012
16) Paolo Lorenzi - US Open, 2012
17) Nikolay Davydenko - Cincinatti, 2012
18) Blaz Kavcic - Roland Garros, 2012
19) Juan Monaco - Miami, 2012
20) Pablo Andujar - Indian Wells, 2012
21) Nicolas Mahut - Australian Open, 2012
22) Paolo Lorenzi - Australian Open, 2012
23) Paolo Lorenzi - Australian Open, 2012
24) Janko Tipsarevic - US Open, 2011
25) Carlos Berlocq - US Open, 2011
26) Carlos Berlocq - US Open, 2011
27) Conor Niland - US Open, 2011
28) Robin Soderling - Rome, 2011
29) Lukasz Kubot - Rome, 2011
30) James Blake - Miami, 2011
31) Denis Istomin - Miami, 2011
32) Viktor Troicki - Indian Wells, 2011
33) Ernests Gulbis - Indian Wells, 2011
34) Andrey Golubev - Indian Wells, 2011
35) Nicolas Almagro - Australian Open, 2011
36) Ivan Dodig - Australian Open, 2011
37) Ivan Ljubicic - Dubai, 2010
38) Jan Hernych - Basel, 2009
39) Jan Hernych - Basel, 2009
40) Viktor Troicki - Beijing, 2009
41) Janko Tipsarevic - Belgrade, 2009
42) Albert Montanes - Rome, 2009
43) Albert Montanes - Monte Carlo, 2009
44) Michael Berrer - Wimbledon, 2008
45) David Nalbandian - Queen's, 2008
46) Radek Stepanek - Rome, 2008
47) Steve Darcis - Rome, 2008
48) Sam Querrey - Monte Carlo, 2008
49) Andy Murray - Monte Carlo, 2008
50) David Ferrer - Australian Open, 2008
51) Benjamin Becker - Australian Open, 2008
52) Stanislas Wawrinka - Vienna, 2007
53) Potito Starace - Wimbledon, 2007
54) Andy Murray - Miami, 2007
55) Feliciano Lopez - Miami, 2007
56) Nicolas Massu - Australian Open, 2007
57) Jan Hajek - Adelaide, 2007
58) Daniele Bracciali - Metz, 2006
59) Donald Young - US Open, 2006
60) Boris Pashanski - Amersfoort, 2006
61) Robby Ginepri - Roland Garros, 2005
62) Robby Ginepri - Roland Garros, 2005
63) Genius Chidzikwe - Davis Cup EAG 1st Round, 2005


David FERRER – 57 bagels
1) Lukas Rosol - Paris, 2013
2) Jerzy Janowicz - Valencia,2013
3) Jurgen Melzer - Miami, 2013
4) Antonio Veic - Acapulco, 2013
5) David Nalbandian - Buenos Aires, 2013
6) Tim Smyczek - Australian Open, 2013
7) Paolo Lorenzi - Doha, 2013
8) Lleyton Hewitt - US Open, 2012
9) Tommy Robredo - Bastad, 2012
10) Igor Sijsling - 's-Hertogenbosch, 2012
11) Marcel Granollers - Roland Garros, 2012
12) Mikhail Youzhny - Roland Garros, 2012
13) Gilles Simon - Rome, 2012
14) Albert Montanes - Barcelona, 2012
15) Filip Krajinovic - Barcelona, 2012
16) Andres Molteni - Buenos Aires, 2012
17) Igor Andreev - US Open, 2011
18) Adrian Mannarino - Madrid, 2011
19) Feliciano Lopez - Monte Carlo, 2011
20) Michael Russell - Australian Open, 2011
21) Thomaz Bellucci - Barcelona, 2010
22) Simone Bolelli - Barcelona, 2010
23) Ivan Ljubicic - Monte Carlo, 2010
24) Stanislas Wawrinka - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2010
25) Fernando Gonzalez - Acapulco, 2010
26) Frederico Gil - Buenos Aires, 2010
27) Frederico Gil - Australian Open, 2010
28) Frederico Gil - Australian Open, 2010
29) Viktor Troicki - Montréal, 2009
30) Marc Gicquel - Monte Carlo, 2009
31) Viktor Troicki - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2009
32) Dudi Sela - Johannesburg, 2009
33) Fabrice Santoro - Roland Garros, 2008
34) Fabrice Santoro - Roland Garros, 2008
35) Janko Tipsarevic - Monte Carlo, 2008
36) Tommy Haas - Dubai, 2008
37) Gilles Simon - Bastad, 2007
38) Paul Goldstein - Barcelona, 2007
39) Paul Goldstein - Barcelona, 2007
40) Christophe Rochus - Rotterdam, 2007
41) Radek Stepanek - Australian Open, 2007
42) Mardy Fish - Auckland, 2007
43) Daniele Bracciali - Auckland, 2007
44) Nicolas Almagro - Cincinatti, 2006
45) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Roland Garros, 2006
46) Nicolas Massu - Monte Carlo, 2006
47) Karol Kucera - US Open, 2005
48) Carlos Moya - Umag, 2005
49) Jiri Vanek - Roland Garros, 2005
50) Gaston Gaudio - Rome, 2005
51) Alex Corretja - Costa do Sauipe, 2005
52) Mariano Puerta - Viña del Mar, 2005
53) Dominik Hrbaty - Hamburg, 2004
54) Fernando Verdasco - Chennai, 2004
55) Hicham Arazi - Metz, 2003
56) Hicham Arazi - Umag, 2003
57) Andrea Gaudenzi - Bucharest, 2002


Nikolay DAVYDENKO – 53 bagels
1) Rhyne Williams - US Open, 2013
2) Paolo Lorenzi - Miami, 2013
3) Paolo Lorenzi - Miami, 2013
4) Janko Tipsarevic - Dubai, 2013
5) Ivo Karlovic - Metz, 2012
6) Jarkko Nieminen - Hamburg, 2012
7) Ivan Dodig - US Open, 2011
8) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Dubai, 2011
9) Tomas Berdych - Paris, 2010
10) Thomaz Bellucci - Paris, 2010
11) Simon Greul - Halle, 2010
12) Juan Monaco - Australian Open, 2010
13) Illya Marchenko - Australian Open, 2010
14) Dieter Kindlmann - Australian Open, 2010
15) Mikhail Kukushkin - Doha, 2010
16) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Beijing, 2009
17) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Umag, 2009
18) Diego Junqueira - Roland Garros, 2009
19) Novak Djokovic - Tennis Masters Cup, 2008
20) David Nalbandian - Davis Cup Semi-Finals, 2008
21) Mohammad Ghareeb - Dubai, 2008
22) Nicolas Mahut - Australian Open, 2008
23) Benedikt Dorsch - Doha, 2008
24) Nicolas Almagro - US Open, 2007
25) Jesse Levine - US Open, 2007
26) Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo - Poertschach, 2007
27) Simon Greul - Miami, 2007
28) Gilles Muller - Australian Open, 2007
29) Christophe Rochus - Paris, 2006
30) Christophe Rochus - Paris, 2006
31) Jiri Vanek - Moscow, 2006
32) Jiri Vanek - Moscow, 2006
33) Andy Murray - US Open, 2006
34) Nicolas Mahut - US Open, 2006
35) Ramon Delgado - US Open, 2006
36) Carlos Berlocq - Sopot, 2006
37) Yuri Schukin - Bastad, 2006
38) Andrei Pavel - Poertschach, 2006
39) Tomas Zib - Poertschach, 2006
40) Fernando Verdasco - Rome, 2006
41) Kevin Kim - Australian Open, 2006
42) Tomas Zib - US Open, 2005
43) Tommy Haas - Roland Garros, 2005
44) Tommy Haas - Roland Garros, 2005
45) Fabrice Santoro - Dubai, 2005
46) Tomas Berdych - Rotterdam, 2005
47) Sergiy Stakhovsky - Moscow, 2004
48) Sonchat Ratiwatana - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2004
49) Dmitry Tursunov - St. Poelten, 2004
50) Olivier Mutis - Stuttgart, 2003
51) Adrian Voinea - Hamburg, 2003
52) Radek Stepanek - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2003
53) Rainer Schuettler - Washington, 2001


Lleyton Hewitt – 50 bagels
1) Ivan Dodig - Atlanta, 2013
2) Adrian Mannarino - Memphis, 2011
3) Maximo Gonzalez - Wimbledon, 2010
4) Jeremy Chardy - Roland Garros, 2010
5) Somdev Devvarman - Houston, 2010
6) Marcos Baghdatis - Australian Open, 2010
7) Andreas Seppi - Sydney, 2010
8) Edouard Roger-Vasselin - Tokyo, 2009
9) Thiago Alves - US Open, 2009
10) Eduardo Schwank - London/Queen's Club, 2009
11) Diego Junqueira - Houston, 2009
12) Albert Montanes - Wimbledon, 2008
13) Kirati Siributwong - Davis Cup AOG1 2nd Round, 2008
14) Kirati Siributwong - Davis Cup AOG1 2nd Round, 2008
15) Ti Chen - Davis Cup AOG1 1st Round, 2008
16) Steve Darcis - Australian Open, 2008
17) Steve Darcis - Australian Open, 2008
18) Jan Hernych - Roland Garros, 2006
19) Paul Goldstein - Las Vegas, 2006
20) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Las Vegas, 2006
21) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Adelaide, 2006
22) Paul-Henri Mathieu - Indian Wells, 2005
23) James Blake - Australian Open, 2005
24) Ivo Minar - Sydney, 2005
25) Gouichi Motomura - Tokyo, 2004
26) Mehdi Tahiri - Davis Cup WG Play-Off
27) Arnaud Di Pasquale - Roland Garros, 2004
28) Jonas Bjorkman - Hamburg, 2004
29) Michael Joyce - Los Angeles, 2003
30) Cecil Mamiit - Los Angeles, 2003
31) Radek Stepanek - Australian Open, 2003
32) Todd Larkham - Australian Open, 2003
33) Robby Ginepri - Cincinatti, 2002
34) Robby Ginepri - Cincinatti, 2002
35) Andrei Stoliarov - Roland Garros, 2002
36) Andrei Pavel - Indian Wells, 2002
37) James Blake - Tokyo, 2001
38) James Blake - US Open, 2001
39) Simon Larose - Montréal, 2001
40) Nikolay Davydenko - Roland Garros, 2001
41) Tommy Haas - Adelaide, 2001
42) Bjorn Phau - Adelaide, 2001
43) Pete Sampras - Tennis Masters Cup, 2000
44) Stefan Koubek - Indianapolis, 2000
45) Attila Savolt - Roland Garros, 2000
46) Alex Corretja - Australian Open, 2000
47) Alex Corretja - Australian Open, 2000
48) Jason Stoltenberg - Sydney, 2000
49) Dejan Petrovic - Adelaide, 2000
50) Marc Rosset - US Open, 1999
51) Todd Martin - Davis Cup Quarter-Finals, 1999


Andy MURRAY – 45 bagels
1) Mousa Shanan Zayed - Doha, 2014
2) Mousa Shanan Zayed - Doha, 2014
3) Borna Coric - Davis Cup WG Play-Offs, 2013
4) Marin Cilic - US Open, 2012
5) Tatsuma Ito - Roland Garros, 2012
6) Viktor Troicki - Monte Carlo, 2012
7) Michael Llodra - Australian Open, 2012
8) Gilles Muller - Brisbane, 2012
9) Kei Nishikori - Shanghai, 2011
10) Rafael Nadal - Tokyo, 2011
11) Donald Young - Bangkok, 2011
12) Sebo Kiss - Davis Cup EAG2 3rd Round, 2011
13) Robin Haase - US Open, 2011
14) Laurent Bram - Davis Cup EAG2 2nd Round, 2011
15) Laurent Bram - Davis Cup EAG2 2nd Round, 2011
16) Laurent Bram - Davis Cup EAG2 2nd Round, 2011
17) Daniel Gimeno-Traver - Wimbledon, 2011
18) Daniel Gimeno-Traver - Wimbledon, 2011
19) Gilles Simon - Madrid, 2011
20) Dustin Brown - US Open, 2010
21) Feliciano Lopez - Los Angeles, 2010
22) Paul Capdeville - US Open, 2009
23) Viktor Troicki - Miami, 2009
24) Rafael Nadal - Rotterdamm, 2009
25) Jurgen Melzer - Australian Open, 2009
26) Fernando Verdasco - St. Petersburg, 2008
27) Simone Bolelli - Madrid, 2008
28) Sergio Roitman - US Open, 2008
29) Jose Acasuso - Roland Garros, 2008
30) Jonathan Eysseric - Roland Garros, 2008
31) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Australian Open, 2008
32) Thomas Johansson - Doha, 2008
33) Rainer Schuettler - Doha, 2008
34) Olivier Rochus - Doha, 2008
35) Richard Gasquet - Paris, 2007
36) Tommy Robredo - Metz, 2007
37) Pablo Cuevas - US Open, 2007
38) Kristian Pless - San Jose, 2007
39) Alberto Martin - Australian Open, 2007
40) Alberto Martin - Australian Open, 2007
41) Juan Ignacio Chela - Paris, 2006
42) Alessio di Mauro - US Open, 2006
43) Robert Kendrick - Newport, 2006
44) Robert Kendrick - Newport, 2006
45) Paolo Lorenzi - Adelaide, 2006


Mikhail YOUZHNY – 43 bagels
1) Daniel Gimeno-Traver - Monte Carlo, 2013
2) Yen-Hsun Lu - Miami, 2013
3) Bernard Tomic - Basel, 2012
4) Patrik Rosenholm - Stockholm, 2012
5) Igor Kunitsyn - Rotterdam, 2012
6) Igor Kunitsyn - Rotterdam, 2012
7) Ricardo Mello - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2011
8) Yen-Hsun Lu - Miami, 2011
9) Igor Andreev - Kuala Lumpur, 2010
10) Michal Przysiezny - Roland Garros, 2010
11) Santiago Giraldo - Miami, 2010
12) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Valencia, 2009
13) Janko Tipsarevic - Moscow, 2009
14) Paul-Henri Mathieu - US Open, 2009
15) Sergio Roitman - Wimbledon, 2008
16) Mathieu Montcourt - Australian Open, 2008
17) Rafael Nadal - Chennai, 2007
18) Nicolas Devilder - US Open, 2007
19) Nicolas Lapentti - Roland Garros, 2007
20) Jan Hernych - Australian Open, 2007
21) Tommy Robredo - US Open, 2006
22) Nicolas Massu - US Open, 2006
23) Potito Starace - Wimbledon, 2006
24) Sasa Tuksar - Roland Garros, 2006
25) Florian Mayer - US Open, 2005
26) Ivo Minar - Kitzbuhel, 2005
27) Gilles Muller - Roland Garros, 2005
28) Julien Benneteau - St. Petersburg, 2005
29) Antony Dupuis - s'Hertogenbosch, 2004
30) Dennis van Scheppingen - Roland Garros, 2004
31) Florian Mayer - Hamburg, 2004
32) David Sanchez - Roland Garros, 2003
33) David Sanchez - Roland Garros, 2003
34) Richard Gasquet - Australian Open, 2003
35) Paul-Henri Mathieu - Sopot, 2002
36) Bartlomiej Dabrowski - Sopot, 2002
37) Gaston Gaudio - Wimbledon, 2002
38) Agustin Calleri - s'-Hertogenbosch, 2002
39) Andrei Pavel - Halle, 2002
40) Fabrice Santoro - Halle, 2002
41) Fabrice Santoro - Wimbledon, 2001
42) Jonas Bjorkman - Monte Carlo, 2001
43) Nicolas Kiefer - Monte Carlo, 2001


Jarkko NIEMINEN – 41 bagels
1) Colin O'Brien - Davis Cup EAG2 2nd Round, 2013
2) Fernando Verdasco - Indian Wells, 2013
3) David Goffin - Rotterdam, 2013
4) David Goffin - Rotterdam, 2013
5) Bjorn Phau - Sydney, 2013
6) Mikhail Kukushkin - US Open, 2012
7) Benoit Paire - Belgrade, 2012
8) James Blake - Stockholm, 2010
9) Christian Lindell - Bastad, 2010
10) Evgeny Korolev - Delray Beach, 2010
11) Grigor Dimitrov - Stockholm, 2009
12) Photos Kallias - Davis Cup EAG2 3rd Round
13) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Brisbane, 2009
14) Marko Djokovic - Bangkok, 2008
15) Philippe Grandjean - Davis Cup EAG2 Play-Off,2008
16) Philippe Grandjean - Davis Cup EAG2 Play-Off, 2008
17) Marc Gicquel - Monte Carlo, 2008
18) Peter Luczak - Stockholm, 2007
19) Toshihide Matsui - Mumbai, 2007
20) Vincent Spadea - Cincinatti, 2007
21) Evgeny Korolev - Miami, 2007
22) Evgeny Korolev - Miami, 2007
23) Lazar Magdincev - Davis Cup EAG2 Semi-Finals, 2006
24) Abdelhak Hameurlaine - Davis EAG2 2nd Round, 2006
25) Abdelhak Hameurlaine - Davis EAG2 2nd Round, 2006
26) Lukas Dlouhy - Bastad, 2006
27) Martin Lee - Wimbledon, 2006
28) Christophe Rochus - Hamburg, 2006
29) Louk Sorensen - Davis Cup EAG2 1st Round
30) Lars Burgsmuller - Stuttgart, 2005
31) Andre Agassi - Roland Garros, 2005
32) Luis Horna - Indian Wells, 2005
33) Ervin Eleskovic - Bastad, 2004
34) Karol Kucera - Vienna, 2003
35) Jean-Rene Lisnard - Munich, 2003
36) Xavier Malisse - Barcelona, 2003
37) Alex Corretja - Rotterdam, 2003
38) Peter Luczak - Sydney, 2003
39) Frank Dancevic - Washington, 2002
40) Galo Blanco - Mallorca, 2002
41) Attila Savolt - Davis Cup EAG1 Play-Off, 2000


Tommy ROBREDO – 39 bagels
1) Fabio Fognini - Umag, 2013
2) Viktor Troicki - Umag, 2013
3) Benoit Paire - Casablanca, 2013
4) Gastao Elias - Buenos Aires, 2013
5) Donald Young - Indian Wells, 2011
6) Ricardo Mello - Santiago, 2011
7) Michael Venus - Auckland, 2011
8) Dudi Sela - Indian Wells, 2010
9) Christophe Rochus - Valencia, 2009
10) Teymuraz Gabashvili - Bastad, 2009
11) Maximo Gonzalez - Roland Garros, 2009
12) Kevin Kim - Acapulco, 2009
13) Viktor Troicki - Australian Open, 2009
14) Marat Safin - US Open, 2008
15) Jose Acasuso - Sopot, 2007
16) Steve Darcis - Sopot, 2007
17) Janko Tipsarevic - Roland Garros, 2007
18) Rik de Voest - Rotterdam, 2007
19) Ruben Ramirez Hildaldo - Australian Open, 2007
20) Agustin Calleri - Auckland, 2007
21) Potito Starace - Barcelona, 2006
22) Michal Tabara - Bastad, 2005
23) Gustavo Kuerten - Hamburg, 2005
24) Santiago Ventura - Estoril, 2005
25) Jonas Bjorkman - Miami, 2005
26) Nicolas Massu - Roland Garros, 2004
27) Antony Dupuis - Hamburg, 2004
28) Xavier Malisse - Estoril, 2004
29) Wayne Black - Montréal, 2003
30) Juan Ignacio Chela - Rome, 2003
31) Sjeng Schalken - Indian Wells, 2003
32) Harel Levy - Roland Garros, 2002
33) German Puentes - Palermo, 2001
34) Carlos Cuadrado - Sopot, 2001
35) Jean-Rene Lisnard - Roland Garros, 2001
36) Albert Montanes - Mallorca, 2001
37) German Puentes - Casablanca, 2001
38) Olivier Malcor - Casablanca, 2001
39) Leander Paes - Chennai, 2001


Tomas BERDYCH – 37 bagels
1) Julien benneteau - US Open, 2013
2) Tommy Robredo - Cincinatti, 2013
3) Martin Alund - Bastad, 2013
4) Denis Istomin - Rome, 2013
5) Steve Darcis - Winston-Salem, 2012
6) Florent Serra - Montpellier, 2012
7) Olivier Rochus - Australian Open, 2012
8) Fernando Verdasco - Beijing, 2011
9) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Beijing, 2011
10) Fabio Fognini - US Open, 2011
11) Fabio Fognini - US Open, 2011
12) Juan Monaco - Cincinnati, 2011
13) Marcel Granollers - Madrid, 2011
14) Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo - Miami, 2011
15) Marco Crugnola - Australian Open, 2011
16) Frederico Gil - Chennai, 2011
17) Tommy Robredo - Shanghai, 2010
18) Richard Gasquet - Monte Carlo, 2010
19) Fernando Verdasco - Indian Wells, 2010
20) Olivier Rochus - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2010
21) Robin Haase - Australian Open, 2010
22) Marcos Baghdatis - Brisbane, 2010
23) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Madrid, 2009
24) Brydan Klein - Brisbane, 2009
25) Fernando Gonzalez - Tokyo, 2008
26) Robert Smeets - Roland Garros, 2008
27) Robert Smeets - Roland Garros, 2008
28) Kittipong Wachiramanowong - Bangkok, 2007
29) Jonas Bjorkman - Wimbledon, 2007
30) Jonas Bjorkman - Wimbledon, 2007
31) Olivier Rochus - World Team Championship, 2007
32) Nicolas Devilder - Munich, 2007
33) Robin Soderling - Monte Carlo, 2007
34) Ivo Minar - Sydney, 2007
35) Florent Serra - Hamburg, 2006
36) Gaston Gaudio - Paris, 2005
37) Ricardo Mello - US Open, 2005


Fernando VERDASCO – 33 bagels
1) Albert Ramos - Eastbourne, 2013
2) Tatsuma Ito - Bangkok, 2012
3) Alexandr Dolgopolov - Rome, 2012
4) Bjorn Phau - Miami, 2012
5) Filippo Volandri - Acapulco, 2012
6) Janko Tipsarevic - Australian Open, 2011
7) Arnaud Clement - Paris, 2010
8) Eduardo Schwank - Toronto, 2010
9) Albert Montanes - Monte Carlo, 2010
10) Fabio Fognini - Acapulco, 2010
11) Karol Beck - Kuala Lumpur, 2009
12) Florent Serra - US Open, 2009
13) Paul Capdeville - New Haven, 2009
14) Andreas Beck - Davis Cup Quarter-Finals, 2009
15) Radek Stepanek - Australian Open, 2009
16) Radek Stepanek - Australian Open, 2009
17) Adrian Mannarino - Australian Open, 2009
18) Florent Serra - Brisbane, 2009
19) Rui Machado - US Open, 2008
20) Bjorn Rehnquist - Bastad, 2008
21) Ervin Eleskovic - Bastad, 2008
22) Tomas Berdych - Wimbledon, 2008
23) Michael Llodra - Hamburg, 2008
24) Thierry Ascione - Australian Open, 2008
25) Gilles Simon - US Open, 2007
26) Jerome Haehnel - Roland Garros, 2007
27) Jan Hernych - New Haven, 2005
28) Nicolas Almagro - Stuttgart, 2005
29) Federico Luzzi - Valencia, 2005
30) Gilles Muller - Australian Open, 2005
31) Greg Rusedski - Roland Garros, 2004
32) Greg Rusedski - Roland Garros, 2004
33) Felix Mantilla - Acapulco, 2004


Juan MONACO – 33 bagels
1) Marcel Granollers - Kitzbuhel, 2013
2) Jeremy Chardy - Barcelona, 2013
3) Bernard Tomic - Barcelona, 2013
4) Ernests Gulbis - Monte Carlo, 2013
5) Martin Klizan - Monte Carlo, 2013
6) Robby Ginepri - Houston, 2013
7) Lukas Rosol - Roland Garros, 2012
8) Robin Haase - Monte Carlo, 2012
9) Andy Roddick - Miami, 2012
10) Gilles Simon - Paris, 2011
11) Kei Nishikori - Winston-Salem, 2011
12) Tobias Kamke - Winston-Salem, 2011
13) Andrey Golubev - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2011
14) Andrey Golubev - World Team Championship, 2011
15) Ryan Sweeting - Indian Wells, 2011
16) Roberto Bautista Agut - Valencia, 2010
17) Mischa Zverev - Shanghai, 2010
18) Thomaz Bellucci - Santiago, 2010
19) Horacio Zeballos - Auckland, 2010
20) Tommy Robredo - Bastad, 2009
21) Victor Crivoi - Bastad, 2009
22) Marc Gicquel - Miami, 2009
23) Sergio Roitman - Buenos Aires, 2009
24) Sergio Roitman - Buenos Aires, 2009
25) Marat Safin - Paris, 2008
26) Pablo Cuevas - Rome, 2008
27) Hyung-Taik Lee- Monte Carlo, 2008
28) Igor Andreev - Madrid, 2007
29) Dudi Sela - Madrid, 2007
30) Gael Monfils - Poertschach, 2007
31) Carlos Moya - Buenos Aires, 2007
32) Gilles Muller - Poertschach, 2006
33) Florian Mayer - Casablanca, 2005


Tommy HAAS – 32 bagels
1) Ernests Gulbis - Stuttgart, 2013
2) Igor Sijsling - Miami, 2013
3) Marin Cilic - Hamburg, 2012
4) Michael Berrer - Munich, 2012
5) Denis Kudla - Australian Open, 2012
6) Julien Benneteau - Indian Wells, 2008
7) James Blake - US Open, 2007
8) Teymuraz Gabashvili - Indian Wells, 2007
9) Olivier Rochus - Dubai, 2007
10) Alex Kuznetsov - US Open, 2006
11) Luis Horna - Miami, 2006
12) Paul Goldstein - Australian Open, 2006
13) Tomas Zib - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2005
14) Rainer Schuettler - US Open, 2005
15) Christophe Rochus - New Haven, 2005
16) Joachim Johansson - World Team Championship, 2005
17) Wayne Ferreira - Davis Cup EAG1 2nd Round, 2005
18) Wesley Moodie - Vienna, 2004
19) Kenneth Carlsen - Los Angeles, 2004
20) Vincent Spadea - Hamburg, 2004
21) Dmitry Tursunov - Houston, 2004
22) Max Mirnyi - Miami, 2002
23) Felix Mantilla - US Open, 2001
24) Jerome Golmard - Roland Garros, 2001
25) Max Mirnyi - Monte Carlo, 2001
26) Dominik Hrbaty - Miami, 2001
27) Andy Roddick - Memphis, 2001
28) Ion Moldovan - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2001
29) Alex Corretja - Vienna, 2000
30) Andre Agassi - Grand Slam Cup, 1999
31) Fabrice Santoro - Cincinatti, 1999
32) Mark Philippoussis - Scottsdale, 1998


Radek STEPANEK – 31 bagels
1) Juan Ignacio Chela - Rome, 2012
2) Sam Querrey - Memphis, 2012
3) Adrian Ungur - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2011
4) Philipp Petzschner - Washington, 2011
5) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Munich, 2011
6) Michael Russell - Paris, 2010
7) Santiago Giraldo - Basel, 2010
8) Pablo Cuevas - New Haven, 2010
9) John Millman - Brisbane, 2010
10) Viktor Troicki - Paris, 2009
11) Rainer Schuettler - Basel, 2009
12) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Shanghai, 2009
13) Janko Tipsarevic - Barcelona, 2009
14) Todd Widom - San Jose, 2009
15) Todd Widom - San Jose, 2009
16) Jan Hernych - Wimbledon, 2008
17) Jiri Vanek - Roland Garros, 2008
18) David Nalbandian - Indian Wells, 2008
19) Edouard Roger-Vasselin - Roland Garros, 2007
20) Gael Monfils - Monte Carlo, 2007
21) Michael Llodra - Australian Open, 2007
22) Christophe Rochus - Rotterdam, 2006
23) Marcos Baghdatis - Australian Open, 2006
24) Prakash Amritraj - Chennai, 2006
25) Luis Horna - Vienna, 2005
26) Vincent Spadea - Monte Carlo, 2005
27) Jeff Morrison - Miami, 2005
28) Julien Benneteau - Miami, 2005
29) Jan Hernych - Australian Open, 2005
30) Kenneth Carlsen - Australian Open, 2003
31) Dennis van Scheppingen - Munich, 2002


Robin SODERLING – 31 bagels
1) Tomas Berdych - Bastad, 2011
2) Diego Junqueira - Bastad, 2011
3) Gilles Simon - Paris, 2010
4) Edouard Roger-Vasselin - Kuala Lumpur, 2010
5) Taylor Dent - Roland Garros, 2010
6) Laurent Recouderc - Roland Garros, 2010
7) Fernando Gonzalez - Miami, 2010
8) Peter Luczak - Miami, 2010
9) Julien Benneteau - Rotterdam, 2010
10) Giovanni Lapentti - Stockholm, 2009
11) Victor Hanescu - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2009
12) Marcel Granollers - Rome, 2009
13) Kei Nishikori - Stockholm, 2008
14) Julien Benneteau - Cincinatti, 2008
15) James Blake - World Team Championship, 2008
16) Jose Acasuso - Davis Cup Quarter-Finals, 2008
17) Stefan Koubek - Miami, 2008
18) Gaston Gaudio - Barcelona, 2007
19) Fabrice Santoro - Dubai, 2007
20) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Doha, 2007
21) Jonas Bjorkman - Stockholm, 2006
22) Flavio Saretta - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2006
23) Ricardo Mello - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2006
24) Andrei Pavel - Halle, 2006
25) Fernando Gonzalez - Indian Wells, 2006
26) Max Mirnyi - Memphis, 2006
27) Davide Sanguinetti - Paris, 2004
28) Tommy Robredo - Bastad, 2004
29) Hyung-Taik Lee - Roland Garros, 2004
30) John van Lottum - Shanghai, 2003
31) Lars Burgsmuller - US Open, 2002


:bigclap:

Pipsy
12-12-2010, 12:14 PM
Active players bagelled more than 20 times at main tour level

Complete as of 29.12.13. Statistics include all Grand Slam tournaments, the ATP World Tour finals (or former quivalents), all ATP World Tour 1000/500/250 tournaments (or former equivalents), all Davis Cup matches, and the Olympic Games.

Qualifying rounds are not counted. Challenger and Futures tournaments are not counted, neither is the Hopman Cup nor exhibitions.

A summary of this post:
Player Country Bagels Eaten Bagels Baked Bagel Ratio
Tommy ROBREDO ESP 24 39 1.63
Janko TIPSAREVIC SRB 23 28 1.22
Albert MONTANES ESP 22 18 0.82
Juan MONACO ARG 21 33 1.57
Mikhail YOUZHNY RUS 21 43 2.05
Alejandro FALLA COL 20 8 0.40
Olivier ROCHUS BEL 20 23 1.15


Players that may make this list next year include: Ramirez Hidalgo [19], Garcia-Lopez [19], F Mayer [19], Ferrer [19], Serra [18], Benneteau [18], and Verdasco [18].

BLUE signifies a double bagel

As of 29.12.2013 no player on this list has been triple bagelled by an opponent at the required level.


Tommy ROBREDO – bagelled 24 times
1) Rafael Nadal - US Open, 2013
2) Tomas Berdych - Cincinatti, 2013
3) Kei Nishikori - Tokyo, 2012
4) Federico Delbonis - Hamburg, 2012
5) David Ferrer - Bastad, 2012
6) Tomas Berdych - Shanghai, 2010
7) David Nalbandian - Toronto, 2010
8) Marcos Baghdatis - Indian Wells, 2010
9) Juan Monaco - Bastad, 2009
10) Juan Ignacio Chela - Vina del Mar, 2009
11) David Nalbandian - Monte Carlo, 2008
12) Andy Murray - Metz, 2007
13) Gilles Simon - Indian Wells, 2007
14) Mikhail Youzhny - US Open, 2006
15) Rafael Nadal - Barcelona, 2006
16) David Nalbandian - Australian Open, 2006
17) Julien Benneteau - Rome, 2005
18) Juan Ignacio Chela - Toronto, 2004
19) Robin Soderling - Bastad, 2004
20) Wayne Ferreira - Australian Open, 2003
21) Franco Squillari - Hamburg, 2002
22) Yevgeny Kafelnikov - Miami, 2002
23) Guillermo Coria - Mallorca, 2001
24) Michel Kratochvil - Barcelona, 2001


Janko TIPSAREVIC – bagelled 23 times
1) Ernests Gulbis - Indian Wells, 2013
2) Nikolay Davydenko - Dubai, 2013
3) Juan Martin del Potro - World Tour Finals, 2012
4) Gilles Simon - Monte Carlo, 2012
5) Novak Djokovic - US Open, 2011
6) Fernando Verdasco - Australian Open, 2011
7) Gael Monfils - Davis Cup Final, 2010
8) Sergiy Stakhovsky - s'-Hertogenbosch, 2010
9) Philipp Petzschner - Miami, 2010
10) Mikhail Youzhny - Moscow, 2009
11) Nicolas Mahut - Queen's Club, 2009
12) Novak Djokovic - Belgrade, 2009
13) Radek Stepanek - Barcelona, 2009
14) Rafael Nadal - David Cup WG 1st Round, 2009
15) David Ferrer - Monte Carlo, 2008
16) Joseph Sirianni - Australian Open, 2008
17) Tommy robredo - Roland Garros, 2007
18) David Nalbandian - Australian Open, 2007
19) Kristof Vliegen - Auckland, 2007
20) Jan-Michael Gambill - Washington, 2006
21) Federico Luzzi - Vina del Mar, 2005
22) Konstantinos Economidis - Davis Cup EAG2 3rd Round, 2003
23) Kristian Pfeiffer - Davis Cup EAG2 2nd Round, 2001


Albert MONTANES – bagelled 22 times
1) David Ferrer - Barcelona, 2012
2) Xavier Malisse - Australian Open, 2011
3) Fernando Verdasco - Monte Carlo, 2010
4) Novak Djokovic - Rome, 2009
5) Novak Djokovic - Monte Carlo, 2009
6) Lleyton Hewitt - Wimbledon, 2008
7) Roger Federer - Roland Garros, 2008
8) Jose Acasuso - Acapulco, 2007
9) Nicolas Almagro - Acapulco, 2006
10) Stanislas Wawrinka - Australian Open, 2006
11) Rafael Nadal - Acapulco, 2005
12) Felix Mantilla - Sopot, 2004
13) Tomas Behrend - Amersfoort, 2004
14) Alexander Popp - Wimbledon, 2004
15) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Australian Open, 2004
16) John van Lottum - Bucharest, 2003
17) Sargis Sargsian - Acapulco, 2003
18) Guillermo Canas - Bastad, 2002
19) Guillermo Canas - Bastad, 2002
20) Arnaud Clement - Wimbledon, 2002
21) Max Mirnyi - Estoril, 2002
22) Tommy Robredo - Mallorca, 2001


Juan MONACO – bagelled 21 times
1) Nicolas Almago - Hamburg, 2013
2) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2013
3) Marinko Matosevic - Indian Wells, 2013
4) Rafael Nadal - Roland Garros, 2012
5) Rafael Nadal - Roland Garros, 2012
6) Novak Djokovic - Miami, 2012
7) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Australian Open, 2012
8) Roger Federer - US Open, 2011
9) Tomas Berdych - Cincinatti, 2011
10) Florian Mayer - World Team Championship, 2011
11) Nikolay Davydenko - Australian Open, 2010
12) Fernando Gonzalez - Vina del Mar, 2009
13) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Australian Open, 2009
14) Andreas Seppi - Hamburg, 2008
15) Guillermo Canas - Roland Garros, 2007
16) Nicolas Mahut - Australian Open, 2007
17) Guillermo Canas - Rome, 2005
18) Guillermo Canas - Rome, 2005
19) David Nalbandian - Munich, 2005
20) Mardy Fish - Australian Open, 2005
21) Florent Serra - Metz, 2004


Mikhail YOUZHNY – bagelled 21 times
1) Novak Djokovic - US Open, 2013
2) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - St. Petersburg, 2012
3) David Ferrer - roland Garros, 2012
4) Dudi Sela - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2009
5) Janko Tipsarevic - Miami, 2008
6) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Australian Open, 2008
7) Alexander Peya - Kitzbuhel, 2007
8) Steve Darcis - Amersfoort, 2007
9) Andy Roddick - US Open, 2006
10) Martin Vassallo Arguello - Kitzbuhel, 2006
11) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Hamburg, 2006
12) Rafael Nadal - Rome, 2005
13) Luis Horna - Rome, 2004
14) Stefan Koubek - Moscow, 2003
15) Guillermo Coria - Stuttgart, 2003
16) Guillermo Coria - Stuttgart, 2003
17) Jonas Bjorkman - Nottingham, 2003
18) Sjeng Schalken - Dubai, 2003
19) Jonas Bjorkman - Monte Carlo, 2001
20) Peter Wessels - Chennai, 2001
21) Jerome Golmard - Tashkent, 2000


Alejandro FALLA – bagelled 20 times
1) Andreas Seppi - Oeiras, 2013
2) Blaz Kavcic - Barcelona, 2013
3) Marcos Baghdatis, Stockholm, 2012
4) Gilles Muller - s'-Hertogenbosch, 2012
5) Tobias Kamke - Winston-Salem, 2011
6) Thomaz Bellucci - Los Angeles,2011
7) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Vienna, 2010
8) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Cincinatti, 2010
9) Juan Ignacio Chela - Toronto, 2010
10) Roger Federer - Wimbledon, 2010
11) Thiemo de Bakker - Barcelona, 2010
12) Victor Hanescu - Wimbledon, 2008
13) Julien Benneteau - Roland Garros, 2008
14) Frederic Niemeyer - Davis Cup AG1 1st Round, 2007
15) Hyung-Taik Lee - Toronto, 2006
16) Paul Goldstein - Indianapolis, 2005
17) Dennis van Scheppingen - Amersfoort, 2004
18) Roger Federer - Wimbledon, 2004
19) David Nalbandian - Roland Garros, 2004
20) David Nalbandian - Roland Garros, 2004


Olivier ROCHUS – bagelled 20 times
1) Tomas Berdych - Australian Open, 2012
2) Juan Martin del Potro - Wimbledon, 2011
3) Arnaud Clement - Stockholm, 2010
4) Richard Gasquet - Belgrade, 2010
5) Tomas Berdych - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2010
6) Leonardo Mayer - New Haven, 2009
7) Fernando Gonzalez - Olympic Games, 2008
8) Ivo Minar - Kitzbuhel, 2008
9) Andy Murray - Doha, 2008
10) Robby Ginepri - US Open, 2007
11) Tomas Berdych - World Team Championship, 2007
12) Tommy Haas - Dubai, 2007
13) Dominik Hrbaty - US Open, 2004
14) Carlos Moya - Olympic Games, 2004
15) Victor Hanescu - Estoril, 2004
16) Nicolas Kiefer - Halle, 2003
17) Arnaud Clement - Wimbledon, 2002
18) Irakli Labadze - Casablanca, 2002
19) David Nalbandian - Sopot, 2001
20) Alberto Martin - Australian Open, 2001


:o :o :o

V.H.
12-12-2010, 12:50 PM
Only two players then?

Pipsy
12-14-2010, 01:39 AM
I think fourteen but if you can think of any more, let me know

Also, it kind of feels unjust that Thomas Muster should top this sort of list for some reason... :shrug:

Pipsy
01-18-2011, 06:07 AM
Congratulations to Rafa Nadal who today won his 50th tour-level bagel, overtaking Lleyton Hewitt in the process!

Apophis
01-21-2011, 08:53 PM
Interesting. Slow-court specialists should be favored in this list.

Nathaliia
01-21-2011, 09:00 PM
great thread
i'd prefer a list of bagel eaters :p

Pipsy
01-22-2011, 06:44 AM
great thread
i'd prefer a list of bagel eaters :p

This can be arranged... watch this space :)

Pipsy
01-23-2011, 05:58 AM
Delivered!

Nathaliia
01-30-2011, 07:08 PM
thanks a lot :)
on the challenger tour we call david guez a "bagel boy" ;) but he's not 150 i fear

Shade
03-16-2011, 12:50 AM
Fed ties Muster with 71 with his match against Chela today. :)

Is there an all-time bagel list?

Pipsy
03-18-2011, 01:09 AM
Thanks! Also, welcome to the list Novak Djokovic who has already amassed 3 bagels this week :o

Adri89
03-18-2011, 11:54 AM
Hewitt bagelled Mannarino this year so 50th bagels for him i guess

Silvester
03-28-2011, 01:09 PM
add a few more bagels to Novaks' list for Miami

Pipsy
04-03-2011, 11:35 PM
Have done now. I was waiting for the tournament to finish. He's shot up the table rapidly since he arrived!

Pipsy
05-12-2011, 02:23 AM
Now updated to the present time (end of play 11 May 2011)!

Pirata.
05-14-2011, 01:24 AM
Nice to see Pics up so high despite people saying he has no weapons.

JediFed
05-25-2011, 08:06 PM
Roger passes Muster!

Pipsy
05-25-2011, 10:34 PM
The list always felt a bit worse off for having Muster at the top. He's really from a different era to everybody else which makes comparisons less accurate. I think Roger rightly deserves the top rank. The question is, how many will he rack up before he retires. My guess would be about 82

yesh222
05-29-2011, 03:43 AM
By my count Ivan Lendl leads the all-time bagel list with 148.

Pipsy
05-29-2011, 01:06 PM
You are probably right. I thought it too much effort to look at all players which is why I just looked at stats for active players...

ExcaliburII
06-01-2011, 10:27 PM
How many bagels have Fognini and Seppi ate?

Pipsy
06-02-2011, 01:10 AM
Fognini is 3-10

Seppi is 9-12

Bear in mind this doesn't include Challengers, Futures or qualifying draws.

Javier Bardem
07-06-2011, 01:40 AM
Does Karlovic, Isner, Raonic have any bagels or been bagelled?

Pipsy
07-07-2011, 06:02 PM
On ATP Tour level...

Karlovic is 0-1
Isner is 0-1
Raonic is 1-1

Karlovic probably has quite a shout at being the person who has played the most matches on the main ATP tour without ever bagelling anybody...

Pipsy
07-07-2011, 06:05 PM
I believe Christophe has retired now so he can drop out of the main list

Christophe ROCHUS – bagelled 32 times
1) Tommy Robredo - Valencia, 2009
2) Fabrice Santoro - Metz, 2009
3) Teymuraz Gabashvili - Båstad, 2009
4) Marin Cilic - Rome, 2009
5) Rafael Nadal - Barcelona, 2009
6) Rafael Nadal - Australian Open, 2009
7) David Ferrer - Rotterdam, 2007
8) Nikolay Davydenko - Paris, 2006
9) Nikolay Davydenko - Paris, 2006
10) Gaston Gaudio - Gstaad, 2006
11) Jarko Nieminen - Hamburg, 2006
12) Gilles Muller - Estoril, 2006
13) Radek Stepanek - Rotterdam, 2006
14) Filippo Volandri - Palermo, 2005
15) Filippo Volandri - Palermo, 2005
16) Tommy Haas - New Haven, 2005
17) Luis Horna - Cincinatti, 2005
18) Kristian Pless - Shanghai, 2004
19) John van Lottum - US Open, 2003
20) Guillermo Coria - Sopot, 2003
21) Sjeng Schalken - s'-Hertogenbosch, 2003
22) Sjeng Schalken - s'-Hertogenbosch, 2003
23) Franco Squillari - Palermo, 2002
24) Olivier Rochus - Wimbledon, 2002
25) Sebastien Grosjean - Paris, 2001
26) Sebastien Grosjean - Paris, 2001
27) Jerome Golmard - Atlanta, 2001
28) Alexandre Simoni - Acapulco, 2001
29) Jan-Michael Gambill - Washington, 2000
30) Thomas Enqvist - Roland Garros, 2000
31) Thomas Enqvist - Roland Garros, 2000
32) Martin Damm - Chennai, 2000

Pipsy
07-08-2011, 10:25 PM
Andy Murray not only makes the list for the first time, but also becomes the first person on it to triple bagel an opponent!

Commander Data
09-02-2011, 08:21 PM
Nice work!

Pipsy
09-03-2011, 12:31 AM
Bagel stats now updated as far as the second round of the US Open

Gaudio and Koubek have now retired so I'll leave their statistics here:

Gaston GAUDIO – bagelled 36 times
1) Santiago Giraldo - Vina del Mar, 2008
2) Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo - Umag, 2007
3) Robin Soderling - Barcelona, 2007
4) Gilles Muller - Australian Open, 2007
5) Simon Greul - Lyon, 2006
6) Marc Gicquel - US Open, 2006
7) Agustin Calleri - Kitzbuhel, 2006
8) Mariano Zabaleta - Stuttgart, 2006
9) Roger Federer - Tennis Masters Cup, 2005
10) Roger Federer - Tennis Masters Cup, 2005
11) Tomas Berdych - Paris, 2005
12) David Ferrer - Rome, 2005
13) Rafael Nadal - Monte Carlo, 2005
14) Rafael Nadal - Buenos Aires, 2005
15) Guillermo Canas - Stuttgart, 2004
16) Guillermo Coria - Roland Garros, 2004
17) Dominik Hrbaty - Australian Open, 2004
18) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Davis Cup WG Semi-Final, 2003
19) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Davis Cup WG Semi-Final, 2003
20) Jean-Rene Lisnard - Amersfoort, 2003
21) Guillermo Coria - Hamburg, 2003
22) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Rome, 2003
23) Rainer Schuettler - Sydney, 2003
24) Jan-Michael Gambill - US Open, 2002
25) Jan-Michael Gambill - US Open, 2002
26) Todd Martin - US Open, 2002
27) Mikhail Youzhny - Wimbledon, 2002
28) Fernando Vicente - Mallorca, 2002
29) Michel Kratochvil - Barcelona, 2001
30) Andrei Pavel - Stuttgart, 2000
31) Franco Squillari - Cincinatti, 2000
32) Andrei Stoliarov - San Marino, 2000
33) Thomas Enqvist - Roland Garros, 2000
34) Alex Corretja - Barcelona, 2000
35) Hernan Gumy - Palermo, 1999
36) Cedric Pioline - Boston, 1999


Stefan KOUBEK – bagelled 25 times
1) Gilles Simon - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2011
2) Robin Soderling - Miami, 2008
3) Agustin Calleri - Sopot, 2007
4) Daniel Koellerer - Kitzbuhel, 2007
5) Michael Llodra - Miami, 2007
6) Jiri Novak - Basel, 2004
7) Marc Lopez - Valencia, 2004
8) Jiri Novak - Miami, 2004
9) Karol Beck - Australian Open, 2004
10) Fabrice Santoro - Dubai, 2003
11) Xavier Malisse - Paris, 2002
12) Thomas Enqvist - Cincinatti, 2002
13) Gaston Gaudio - Kitzbuhel, 2002
14) Nicolas Lapentti - Barcelona, 2002
15) Cyril Saulnier - Australian Open, 2002
16) Guillermo Coria - Kitzbuhel, 2001
17) Francisco Clavet - Indian Wells, 2001
18) Julian Alonso - Bucharest, 2000
19) Lleyton Hewitt - Indianapolis, 2000
20) Attila Savolt - Roland Garros, 2000
21) Carlos Moya - Monte Carlo, 2000
22) Albert Costa - Dubai, 2000
23) Nicolas Lapentti - Sydney, 2000
24) Marcelo Rios - St. Poelten, 1999
25) Slava Dosedel - Umag, 1996

pesto
10-02-2011, 11:27 PM
Your boy has added a couple more at the DC vs Sebo Kiss, and in the Bangkok final against Don Young.

Pipsy
10-20-2011, 03:33 AM
Now updated to the present time!
Berdych new on the bagels list. Murray and Djokovic move up places...

statsman
10-21-2011, 03:03 PM
37 bagels for Murray actually. You forgot this one for him - Rafael Nadal - Tokyo, 2011

Pipsy
10-24-2011, 10:16 PM
I don't know how I contrived to miss the most impressive bagel of his career lol

Slice Winner
03-05-2012, 01:37 AM
Fed bagelled Llodra in Dubai R1
Djoker double bagelled Lorenzi in AO and bagelled Mahut AO.
Muzz bagelled Muller in Brisbane, Llodra in AO.
Ferrer bagelled Molteni in Buenos Aires.

Fujee
07-06-2012, 11:51 PM
Didn't Roger triple bagel someone in Davis cup?

duong
08-19-2012, 08:41 AM
Number of Fed's bagels per year : 2 in 2001, 4 in 2002, 6 in 2003 among which 2 ones in the Houston Masters cup, 12 in 2004 (!), 6 in 2005, 19 in 2006 (!!), 6 in 2007, 6 in 2008, 5 in 2009, 4 in 2010, 4 in 2011, 2 in 2012 at the moment (Llodra in Dubai and Del Potro in FO)

Fujee
08-19-2012, 11:24 AM
19 fresh bagels served in 2006 :worship:

Litotes
08-20-2012, 04:18 AM
Number of Fed's bagels per year : 2 in 2001, 4 in 2002, 6 in 2003 among which 2 ones in the Houston Masters cup, 12 in 2004 (!), 6 in 2005, 19 in 2006 (!!), 6 in 2007, 6 in 2008, 5 in 2009, 4 in 2010, 4 in 2011, 2 in 2012 at the moment (Llodra in Dubai and Del Potro in FO)

Remarkable you should choose yesterday for this post. Were you anticipating something? As we now know, Fed served another bagel - his 77th.

duong
08-21-2012, 12:21 PM
Remarkable you should choose yesterday for this post. Were you anticipating something? As we now know, Fed served another bagel - his 77th.

it was not a prediction, if I remember well somebody said something about "Fed didn't spray bagels left and right in his prime" and I just felt like looking at this stat :lol:

sexybeast
08-22-2012, 11:53 PM
Federer needs to bagel Murray and Tsonga and he will have bagelled the whole tennis elite.

Golden bagel performances from Federer:

-Djokovic on hardcourt at 31
-Nadal on grass, clay, hardcourt.
-Bagelling Hewitt on 5 occasions in one year on all surfaces and 3 different slams 2004 (including 2 bagels in Usopen final).
-Bagelling on opponents best surface: Berdych on grass, Haas in Australian Open, Nalbandian indoors, Henman on grass, Ferrer on clay, Kuerten on clay.
-Double bagel of slam-winner Gaudio in Master cup SF.
-Bagels in slam finals in 3 out of 4 slams, master cup final (twice) and in Cincinatti, Hamburg, Madrid, Indian Wells finals.

Federer has bagelled all top players of the last 10 years or so except: Ferrero, Ljubicic, Safin, Tsonga and Murray

List of impressive opponents bagelled (in somekind of order):

Nadal, Agassi, Djokovic, Kuerten, Hewitt, Roddick, Del Potro, Gaudio (8 slam winners), Nalbandian, Davydenko, Berdych, Ferrer, Soderling, Haas, Henman, Coria, Gonzalez, Blake, Baghdatis

Surprisingly not bagelled: Robredo, Nieminen, Youzhny. His 3 IMO easiest turkeys who together got no more than 4 sets against him in almost 40 matches.

Apophis
08-28-2012, 11:22 AM
Federer needs to bagel Murray and Tsonga and he will have bagelled the whole tennis elite.

Golden bagel performances from Federer:

-Djokovic on hardcourt at 31
-Nadal on grass, clay, hardcourt.
-Bagelling Hewitt on 5 occasions in one year on all surfaces and 3 different slams 2004 (including 2 bagels in Usopen final).
-Bagelling on opponents best surface: Berdych on grass, Haas in Australian Open, Nalbandian indoors, Henman on grass, Ferrer on clay, Kuerten on clay.
-Double bagel of slam-winner Gaudio in Master cup SF.
-Bagels in slam finals in 3 out of 4 slams, master cup final (twice) and in Cincinatti, Hamburg, Madrid, Indian Wells finals.

Federer has bagelled all top players of the last 10 years or so except: Ferrero, Ljubicic, Safin, Tsonga and Murray

List of impressive opponents bagelled (in somekind of order):

Nadal, Agassi, Djokovic, Kuerten, Hewitt, Roddick, Del Potro, Gaudio (8 slam winners), Nalbandian, Davydenko, Berdych, Ferrer, Soderling, Haas, Henman, Coria, Gonzalez, Blake, Baghdatis

Surprisingly not bagelled: Robredo, Nieminen, Youzhny. His 3 IMO easiest turkeys who together got no more than 4 sets against him in almost 40 matches.


Interesting and very impressive stuff, but bagel stats probably suffer from players not trying to get them when they could when they just serve out the set after securing 1 or 2 breaks. Federer probably could have gotten many more if he would have tried his very best every set he played against lower ranked opponents and turkeys etc. Same is true for Sampras for example.

Trollin Stone
08-28-2012, 01:28 PM
Federer needs to bagel Murray and Tsonga and he will have bagelled the whole tennis elite.

Golden bagel performances from Federer:

-Djokovic on hardcourt at 31
-Nadal on grass, clay, hardcourt.
-Bagelling Hewitt on 5 occasions in one year on all surfaces and 3 different slams 2004 (including 2 bagels in Usopen final).
-Bagelling on opponents best surface: Berdych on grass, Haas in Australian Open, Nalbandian indoors, Henman on grass, Ferrer on clay, Kuerten on clay.
-Double bagel of slam-winner Gaudio in Master cup SF.
-Bagels in slam finals in 3 out of 4 slams, master cup final (twice) and in Cincinatti, Hamburg, Madrid, Indian Wells finals.

Federer has bagelled all top players of the last 10 years or so except: Ferrero, Ljubicic, Safin, Tsonga and Murray

List of impressive opponents bagelled (in somekind of order):

Nadal, Agassi, Djokovic, Kuerten, Hewitt, Roddick, Del Potro, Gaudio (8 slam winners), Nalbandian, Davydenko, Berdych, Ferrer, Soderling, Haas, Henman, Coria, Gonzalez, Blake, Baghdatis

Surprisingly not bagelled: Robredo, Nieminen, Youzhny. His 3 IMO easiest turkeys who together got no more than 4 sets against him in almost 40 matches.

Whatsmore he never lost a match in which he bagelled his opponent. He lost all 4 matches when he got bagelled.

Pipsy
10-18-2012, 02:55 AM
Bagelling stats now updated for the last 9 months(!) Muster drops off the list due to official re-retirement. Verdasco, Stepanek and Haas enter the list.

I'll update the "bagelled" stats soon. There will be a lot of new entries who have been served bagels 20 times of more! In the mean time, here are Muster's stats:


Thomas MUSTER – 71 bagels
1) Wayne Black - US Open, 1998
2) Marcelo Filippini - Boston, 1998
3) Marcelo Filippini - Rome, 1998
4) Albert Portas - Hamburg, 1998
5) Wayne Black - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 1997
6) Sasa Hirszon - Davis Cup EAG 2nd Round, 1997
7) Galo Blanco - Stuttgart, 1996
8) Gerard Solves - Roland Garros, 1996
9) Nasser-Ghanim Al-Khulaifi, St. Poelten, 1996
10) Herbert Wiltschnig - Rome, 1996
11) Alex Corretja - Estoril, 1996
12) Luke Jensen - US Open, 1995
13) Andrea Gaudenzi - San Marino, 1995
14) Tomas Carbonell - Stuttgart, 1995
15) Stefano Pescosolido - St. Poelten, 1995
16) Yevgeny Kafelnikov - Roland Garros, 1995
17) Andrei Medvedev - Roland Garros, 1995
18) Boris Becker - Monte Carlo, 1995
19) Petr Korda - Vienna, 1994
20) Francisco Roig - Bucharest, 1994
21) Thomas Enqvist - US Open, 1994
22) Daniele Musa - US Open, 1994
23) Javier Sanchez - Gstaad, 1994
24) Andrei Cherkasov - Roland Garros, 1994
25) Jaime Yzaga - Madrid, 1994
26) Ivan Lendl - Madrid, 1994
27) Frederic Fontang - Madrid, 1994
28) Gerard Solves - Monte Carlo, 1994
29) Andrea Gaudenzi - Palermo, 1993
30) Aaron Krickstein - US Open, 1993
31) Franco Davin - Hilversum, 1993
32) Francisco Clavet - Genova, 1993
33) Tomas Carbonell - Genova, 1993
34) Magnus Larsson - Monte Carlo, 1993
35) Jaime Oncins - Indian Wells, 1993
36) Slava Dosedel - Dubai, 1993
37) Alexander Mronz - Cologne, 1992
38) Guillermo Perez-Roldan - Umag, 1992
39) David Prinosil - Umag, 1992
40) Ronald Agenor - Palermo, 1991
41) Magnus Larsson - Prague, 1991
42) Thierry Champion - Genova, 1991
43) Pedro Rebolledo - Florence, 1991
44) Aki Rahunen - US Open, 1990
45) Marian Vajda - Kitzbuhel, 1990
46) Jim Grabb - Key Biscayne, 1989
47) Pat Cash - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 1989
48) Juan Aguilera - Palermo, 1988
49) Jimmy Brown - Bari, 1988
50) Hans Schwaier - Bari, 1988
51) Juan Avendano - Bari, 1988
52) Juan Avendano - Bari, 1988
53) Thomas Haldin - Kitzbuhel, 1988
54) Bruno Oresar - Boston, 1988
55) Marcelo Hennemann - Roland Garros, 1988
56) Ken Flach - Roland Garros, 1988
57) Lawson Duncan - Forest Hills, 1988
58) Lawson Duncan - Forest Hills, 1988
59) Barry Moir - Forest Hills, 1988
60) Stanislav Birner - Graz, 1988
61) Jorge Bardou - Barcelona, 1987
62) Olivier Delaitre - Prague, 1987
63) Anastasis Bavelas - Davis Cup ZB Quarter-Finals, 1987
64) Franco Davin - Munich, 1987
65) Henri Leconte - Hamburg, 1986
66) Menno Oosting - Hilversum, 1986
67) Juan Antonio Rodriguez - Hilversum, 1986
68) Juan Antonio Rodriguez - Hilversum, 1986
69) Nuno Marques - Davis Cup ZA Quarter-Finals, 1986
70) Jose Higueras - Barcelona, 1985
71) Matt Doyle - Vienna, 1984

Litotes
10-19-2012, 07:35 AM
It is rare to see someone bagelling the same opponent many times. The only one on this list to bagel the same opponent more than three times is Federer, who has served Hewitt five bagels and Santoro four. He has also bagelled Blake, Nadal and Del Potro three times each.

Most bageled by the other top players:
Nadal: Verdasco, three times
Ferrer: Gil, three times
Hewitt: Blake, three times
Davydenko: seven players twice each
Djokovic: Lorenzi, three times
Murray: Bram, three times (in one match)
Nalbandian: Robredo and Gasquet, three times

Recently reretired Muster, for all his bagels, never served anyone more than twice.

Pipsy
11-01-2012, 02:52 AM
Juan Carlos Ferrero listed below as now retired:

Juan Carlos FERRERO – 40 bagels
1) Pablo Andujar - Stuttgart, 2011
2) Martin Klizan - US Open, 2010
3) Marcel Granollers - Monte Carlo, 2010
4) Daniel Koellerer - Indian Wells, 2010
5) Lukasz Kubot - Costa do Sauipe, 2010
6) Dudi Sela - Davis Cup Semi-Finals, 2009
7) Nicolas Lapentti - Washington, 2009
8) Marcel Granollers - Buenos Aires, 2009
9) Nicolas Massu - Monte Carlo, 2007
10) Florian Mayer - Indian Wells, 2007
11) Tomas Zib - Australian Open, 2006
12) Daniele Bracciali - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2005
13) Jarkko Nieminen - Umag, 2005
14) Mariano Zabaleta - Australian Open, 2005
15) Albert Montanes - Australian Open, 2004
16) Gaston Gaudio - Davis Cup Semi-Finals, 2003
17) Gaston Gaudio - Davis Cup Semi-Finals, 2003
18) Nikolay Davydenko - Cincinatti, 2003
19) Gaston Gaudio - Rome, 2003
20) Alberto Martin - Monte Carlo, 2003
21) Mario Ancic - Australian Open, 2003
22) Jean-Rene Lisnard - Australian Open, 2003
23) Alex Corretja - Madrid, 2002
24) Gaston Etlis - US Open, 2002
25) Nicolas Coutelot - Roland Garros, 2002
26) Sebastien Grosjean - Monte Carlo, 2002
27) Marcelo Rios - Monte Carlo, 2002
28) Andrei Stoliarov - Marseilles, 2002
29) Younes El Aynaoui - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2002
30) Arnaud Di Pasquale - US Open, 2001
31) Luke Milligan - Wimbledon, 2001
32) Marcos Ondruska - Roland Garros, 2001
33) Albert Portas - Hamburg, 2001
34) Wayne Ferreira - Rome, 2001
35) Slava Dosedel - Estoril, 2001
36) Fabrice Santoro - Barcelona, 2000
37) Hicham Arazi - Monte Carlo, 2000
38) Marat Safin - Davis Cup Quarter-Finals, 2000
39) Sargis Sargsian - Palermo, 1999
40) Daniel Vacek - Kitzbuhel, 1999

G.100sic
11-01-2012, 08:07 AM
Novak made his 2nd against Querry yesterday, but unfortunately that didn't help him win in the end.
How do we stand in that department, making a bagel but loosing a match?

Freak3yman84
11-01-2012, 04:37 PM
Shouldn't Muster, Gonzalez, and Vicnete (I know he hasn't officially retired, he's been inactive for about 16 months) be taken off of post #2? :wavey:

Pipsy
11-01-2012, 09:27 PM
I left my laptop with all my bagel data in another city for the week. When I get back to it, I'm going to update post #2 ;)

Freak3yman84
11-02-2012, 04:47 AM
I left my laptop with all my bagel data in another city for the week. When I get back to it, I'm going to update post #2 ;)

:yeah:

G.100sic
12-28-2012, 08:30 PM
Ferrer bagelled by Novak!

Litotes
12-28-2012, 09:05 PM
Ferrer bagelled by Novak!

I don't think exhos are counted here....

Wodz
06-15-2013, 12:45 AM
I am not sure where you are getting your information from but some of it is wrong. Federer has 81 bagels and Nadal should have 59 which do not include his futures events that were played at the start of his career since they are not ATP level tournaments. I can provide a detailed excel spreadsheet if you want. All of the information was obtained and sorted from the ATP match list.

A quick year by year search of Federer for example will show 81 bagels in total for his career. The quick way would be to select a year and do a CTRL+F and search 6-0 and the search box will tell you how many results there are. Repeat until all years are completed. I took every match and entered it into excel and marked which ones are from slams and when were double bagels present. I also marked the specific details of when both Federer and Nadal have been bageled throughout their careers.


Federer's bagels by years

4 – 2013
4 – 2012
4 – 2011
4 – 2010
5 – 2009
6 – 2008
6 – 2007
19 – 2006
6 – 2005
12 – 2004
6 – 2003
4 – 2002
2 – 2001
0 - 2000
1 – 1999
0 - 1998

I also have a breakdown of Borg if anyone wants it

samanosuke
06-17-2013, 11:43 AM
Fed has 3 bagels this year. Bagelled Jaziri in Dubai too

Wodz
06-25-2013, 03:25 PM
Thanks, I updated the list and included the Wimbledon bagel. With your correction and yesterdays match the total number should be 83. Does anyone want to triple check that?

Litotes
06-25-2013, 03:41 PM
Thanks, I updated the list and included the Wimbledon bagel. With your correction and yesterdays match the total number should be 83. Does anyone want to triple check that?

I have the same as you except I don't count the one in 1999 as it was in a challenger tournament.

Pipsy
01-03-2014, 03:42 PM
After over a year away I finally got round to updating this thread to the end of the 2013 season. The first post now has an extra table for ease of viewing. Juan Monaco is the only new addition to the Bagel Hall of Fame Here are players who have retired since the list was last updated (and I'll update the Bagel Hall of Shame post tomorrow):


David NALBANDIAN – 41 bagels
1) Potito Starace - Indian Wells, 2012
2) Carlos Berlocq - Buenos Aires, 2012
3) Florian Mayer - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2012
4) Ivan Ljubicic - Cincinatti, 2010
5) Tommy Robredo - Toronto, 2010
6) Marco Chiudinelli - Washington, 2010
7) Rajeev Ram - Washington, 2010
8) Juan Martin del Potro - Paris, 2008
9) Tommy Robredo - Monte Carlo, 2008
10) Rafael Nadal - Paris, 2007
11) Alberto Martin - Barcelona, 2007
12) Paul-Henri Mathieu - Indian Wells, 2007
13) Janko Tipsarevic - Australian Open, 2007
14) Rik de Voest - Cincinatti, 2006
15) Richard Gasquet - Roland Garros, 2006
16) Tomas Berdych - Miami, 2006
17) Fabrice Santoro - Australian Open, 2006
18) Fabrice Santoro - Australian Open, 2006
19) Tommy Robredo - Australian, 2006
20) Nikolay Davydenko - Tennis Masters Cup, 2005
21) Amir Hadad - Beijing, 2005
22) Fernando Gonzalez - US Open, 2005
23) Richard Gasquet - Wimbledon, 2005
24) Andy Murray - Wimbledon, 2005
25) Jarkko Nieminen - Munich, 2005
26) Juan Monaco - Munich, 2005
27) Guillermo Coria - Australian Open, 2005
28) Santiago Ventura - Australian Open, 2005
29) Alejandro Falla - Roland Garros, 2004
30) Alejandro Falla - Roland Garros, 2004
31) Felix Mantilla - Monte Carlo, 2004
32) Dominik Hrbaty - Monte Carlo, 2004
33) Florian Mayer - Australian Open, 2004
34) Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo - Basel, 2003
35) Wayne Arthurs - Cincinatti, 2003
36) Richard Gasquet - Monte Carlo, 2003
37) Mark Philippoussis - Scottsdale, 2003
38) Xavier Malisse - Australian Open, 2003
39) Flavio Saretta - Roland Garros, 2002
40) Olivier Rochus - Sopot, 2001
41) Fernando Meligeni - Bogota, 2001


Juan Ignacio CHELA – 37 bagels
1) Cesar Ramirez - Acapulco, 2012
2) Florent Serra - Bucharest, 2011
3) Evgeny Korolev - Davis Cup Quarter-Finals, 2011
4) Radek Stepanek - Sydney, 2011
5) Simon Greul - Bucharest, 2010
6) Donald Young - New Haven, 2010
7) Alejandro Falla - Toronto, 2010
8) Ryan Sweeting - Roland Garros, 2010
9) Peter Luczak - Acapulco, 2010
10) Peter Luczak - Acapulco, 2010
11) Marc Gicquel - Kitzbuhel, 2009
12) Bobby Reynolds - Miami, 2009
13) Pablo Andujar - Viña del Mar, 2009
14) Tommy Robredo - Viña del Mar, 2009
15) Michal Tabara - World Team Championship, 2008
16) Fabrice Santoro - Roland Garros, 2007
17) Andy Roddick - Rome, 2007
18) Nicolas Devilder - Acapulco, 2007
19) Dusan Vemic - Kitzbuhel, 2006
20) Lars Burgsmuller - Costa do Sauipe, 2005
21) Tommy Robredo - Toronto, 2004
22) Marc Lopez - Bastad, 2004
23) Lars Burgsmuller - Wimbledon, 2004
24) Diogo Rocha - Estoril, 2004
25) Alberto Martin - Indian Wells, 2004
26) Oscar Hernandez - Acapulco, 2004
27) Giovanni Lapentti - Buenos Aires, 2004
28) Fernando Gonzalez - Long Island, 2003
29) Andre Sa - Gstaad, 2003
30) Alberto Martin - Monte Carlo, 2003
31) Karol Beck - Australian Open, 2003
32) Cecil Mamiit - Tokyo, 2002
33) Nikolay Davydenko - Kitzbuhel, 2002
34) Alex Corretja - Indian Wells, 2002
35) Nicolas Lapentti - Buenos Aires, 2002
36) Albert Costa - Sydney, 2002
37) Yevgeny Kafelnikov - Mallorca, 2000

Pipsy
01-04-2014, 02:54 AM
Now both the Bagel Hall of Fame and Bagel Hall of Shame are updated to the end of the 2013 season with extra tables for ease of viewing. There are SIX new additions to the Bagel Hall of Shame. Here are players who have retired since the list was last updated:


Thomas MUSTER – bagelled 22 times
1) Carlos Moya - Monte Carlo, 1998
2) Mark Philippoussis - Munich, 1996
3) Jim Courier - US Open, 1995
4) Francisco Clavet - US Open, 1995
5) Andre Agassi - US Open, 1994
6) Andrea Gaudenzi - Barcelona, 1994
7) Horst Skoff - Roland Garros, 1993
8) Andrei Chesnokov - Barcelona, 1993
9) Gilad Bloom - Tel Aviv, 1992
10) Emilio Sanchez - Gstaad, 1992
11) Sergi Bruguera - Athens, 1991
12) Andrei Olhovskiy - Vienna, 1990
13) Juan Aguilera - Estoril, 1990
14) Jakob Hlasek - Hilversum, 1987
15) Martin Jaite - Roland Garros, 1987
16) Joakim Nystrom - Monte Carlo, 1987
17) Ivan Lendl - Key Biscayne, 1987
18) Andre Agassi - Key Biscayne, 1987
19) Kevin Curren - US Open, 1986
20) Henrik Sundstrom - Florence, 1986
21) Damir Keretic - Barcelona, 1985
22) Thierry Telasne - Palermo, 1985


James BLAKE – bagelled 21 times
1) Milos Raonic - US Open, 2012
2) Benjamin Becker - Wimbledon, 2012
3) Ryan Sweeting - Memphis, 2012
4) Novak Djokovic - Miami, 2011
5) Jarkko Nieminen - Stockholm, 2010
6) Denis Istomin - Cincinatti, 2010
7) Albert Montanes - Estoril, 2009
8) Robin Soderling - World Team Championship, 2008
9) Tommy Haas - US Open, 2007
10) Roger Federer - Tennis Masters Cup, 2006
11) Roger Federer - US Open, 2006
12) Max Mirnyi - Wimbledon, 2006
13) Roger Federer - Indian Wells, 2006
14) Vincent Spadea - San Jose, 2005
15) Lleyton Hewitt - Australian Open, 2005
16) Guillermo Coria - Monte Carlo, 2003
17) Gustavo Kuerten - Indian Wells, 2003
18) Lleyton Hewitt - Tokyo, 2001
19) Lleyton Hewitt - US Open, 2001
20) Andre Agassi - Los Angeles, 2001
21) Greg Rusedski - Indian Wells, 2000


Fernando VICENTE – bagelled 21 times
1) Olivier Rochus - Halle, 2009
2) Olivier Rochus - Halle, 2009
3) Nicolas Almagro - Costa Do Sauipe, 2007
4) Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo - Umag, 2006
5) Evgeny Korolev - Barcelona, 2006
6) Mariano Zabaleta - Barcelona, 2004
7) Christophe Rochus - Bucharest, 2003
8) Dominik Hrbaty - Umag, 2003
9) John van Lottum - Amersfoort, 2003
10) Arnaud Clement - s'-Hertohenbosch, 2003
11) Davide Sanguinetti - s'-Hertohenbosch, 2003
12) Michael Chang - Cincinatti, 2002
13) Carlos Moya - Umag, 2002
14) Ivan Ljubicic - Monte Carlo, 2001
15) Gianluca Pozzi - Long Island, 2000
16) Andy Roddick - US Open, 2000
17) Thomas Enqvist - Stockholm, 1999
18) David Prinosil - Lyon, 1999
19) Alberto Martin - Bucharest, 1999
20) Fernando Meligeni - San Marino, 1998
21) Nicolas Lapentti - Prague, 1998


Nicolas MASSU – bagelled 20 times
1) Federico Delbonis - Vina del Mar, 2012
2) Ivo Minar - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2010
3) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Monte Carlo, 2007
4) Sergio Roitman - Vina del Mar, 2007
5) Novak Djokovic - Australian Open, 2007
6) Mikhail Youzhny - US Open, 2006
7) David Ferrer - Monte Carlo, 2006
8) Filippo Volandri - Palermo, 2005
9) Antony Dupuis - Houston, 2005
10) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Australian Open, 2005
11) Tommy Robredo - Roland Garros, 2004
12) Jiri Novak - World Team Championship, 2004
13) Jurgen Melzer - Hamburg, 2004
14) Fernando Vicente - Casablanca, 2003
15) Gaston Gaudio - Vina del Mar, 2003
16) Alex Corretja - Washington, 2001
17) Olivier Rochus - St. Poelten, 2001
18) Bohdan Ulihrach - Indian Wells, 2001
19) Gustavo Kuerten - Tokyo, 2000
20) Magnus Norman - Miami, 2000


Fernando GONZALEZ – bagelled 20 times
1) Robin Soderling - Miami, 2010
2) David Ferrer - Acapulco, 2010
3) Rafael Nadal - US Open, 2009
4) Tomas Berdych - Tokyo, 2008
5) Roger Federer - Madrid, 2006
6) James Blake - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2006
7) Robin Soderling - Indian Wells, 2006
8) Mario Ancic - Auckland, 2006
9) David Nalbandian - US Open, 2005
10) James Blake - Indian Wells, 2005
11) Florian Mayer - Roland Garros, 2004
12) Julian Knowle - Hamburg, 2004
13) Juan Ignacio Chela - Long Island, 2003
14) Nicolas Kiefer - Wimbledon, 2002
15) Guillermo Canas - Hamburg, 2002
16) Alexandre Simoni - Costa Do Sauipe, 2001
17) Davide Sanguinetti - Barcelona, 2001
18) Francisco Clavet - Vina del Mar, 2001
19) Guillermo Coria - Bogota, 2001
20) Franco Squillari - Davis Cup AZI 1st Round, 1998