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Records since July...

idolwatcher1
10-12-2005, 11:28 PM
These are the players who have made at least the Round of 16 in each of the tournaments that they've played in since July...There are only 5 of them, and below their names are listed other players in the current Top 32 and the reasons they didn't make this list (team tournaments not included):

Roger Federer: (3 tournaments)
Andre Agassi: (3 tournaments)
Marat Safin: (1 tournament)
Robby Ginepri: (8 tournaments)
Fernando Verdasco: (7 tournaments)

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Nadal: (6 tournaments)...lost in Round of 64 in Cincy, and Round of 32 at USO
Roddick: (5 tournaments)...lost in Round of 64 in Montreal, and Round of 128 at USO
Hewitt: (4 tournaments)...lost/left in Round of 64 in Montreal
Davydenko: (8 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Gstaad, Kitzbuhel and New Haven, and Round of 64 at USO
Coria: (6 tournaments)...lost in Round of 64 in Montreal, and Round of 32 in Cincy
Nalbandian: (4 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Montreal and Cincy
Puerta: (9 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Sopot, and Round of 64 in Cincy and at USO
Gaudio: (6 tournaments)...lost in Round of 64 in Cincy, and Round of 128 at USO
Gasquet: (4 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Montreal and Cincy
Ljubicic: (5 tournaments)...lost in Round of 64 in Montreal and Cincy, and Round of 32 at USO
T. Johansson: (5 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Montreal, and Round of 64 in Cincy and at USO
Stepanek: (7 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Washington, and Round of 64 in Montreal, Cincy, and at USO
Ferrer: (8 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Gstaad, Stuttgart, Montreal, Cincy, Palermo, and at USO
Ancic: (5 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Los Angeles, and Round of 64 at USO
Robredo: (8 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Cincy
Hrbaty: (7 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Indy and Washington
Gonzalez (CHI): (6 tournaments)...lost in Round of 64 in Montreal, and Round of 32 at USO
Ferrero: (7 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Cincy, and Round of 128 at USO
F. Lopez: (6 tournaments)...lost in Round of 64 in Montreal, Cincy, and at USO
Youzhny: (8 tournaments)...lost in Round of 64 in Montreal, and Round of 32 in Stuttgart, Tokyo, and at USO
Mirnyi: (5 tournaments)...lost in Round of 64 in Cincy, and Round of 32 in Indy, Washington, Montreal, and at USO
Dent: (6 tournaments)...lost in Round of 64 in Cincy, and in Round of 32 in Montreal, and at USO
Henman: (4 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Washington and Cincy, and Round of 64 in Montreal, and Round of 128 at USO
O. Rochus: (7 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Stuttgart, Kitzbuhel, New Haven, and at USO
Rusedski: (6 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Cincy, and Round of 128 at USO
Nieminen: (10 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Bastad and Umag, and Round of 64 in New Haven
Moya: (7 tournaments)...lost in Round of 64 in Montreal and at USO
Grosjean: (5 tournaments)...lost in Round of 32 in Los Angeles and at USO, and Round of 64 in Cincy

jenanun
10-12-2005, 11:35 PM
???

kundalini
10-13-2005, 12:36 AM
Verdasco lost in the first round this week.

So that leaves you with 4 players, one of whom played a single tournament.

In conclusion, Robby Ginepri has had a good summer/autumn ?

NYCtennisfan
10-13-2005, 12:55 AM
^Yep. The tour is a brutal place. You have to come to play each and every week or you can be beaten starting round 1.

Scotso
10-13-2005, 01:09 AM
I don't really understand the point, but uh... thanks for the effort?

Deboogle!.
10-13-2005, 03:26 AM
I don't really understand the point, but uh... thanks for the effort?:secret: Scott, I'm not sure there was one.

And I'd bet he'd give up this little record of his in a minute if he could have what many of the people below the ----------------- have.... a slam (or even a Masters title for that matter). Just a hunch ;)

idolwatcher1
10-13-2005, 03:37 AM
I don't really understand the point, but uh... thanks for the effort?

I'm a statistics freak :tape: ...so sometimes when I get bored, I like to research statistics and then share them with others so that they can view them or reference them...Once they're posted, people may draw their own conclusions, and if none are drawn or no "point" is seen, that is up to the person viewing them...Every person is different... :wavey:

El Legenda
10-13-2005, 03:50 AM
okay you stat freak. what was the score between Hewitt vs Ginepri in 2002 Cincy TMS :lol: ;)

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-13-2005, 03:53 AM
okay you stat freak. what was the score between Hewitt vs Ginepri in 2002 Cincy TMS :lol: ;)
:haha::worship:

happy928
10-13-2005, 03:56 AM
Go ROBBY!!!

idolwatcher1
10-13-2005, 03:59 AM
JerrySeinfeld, what does that have to do with July 2005 to the present? Nothing, as far as I can tell ;)...

Scotso
10-13-2005, 04:56 AM
:haha::worship:

Do you follow him to bed, too?

mandoura
10-13-2005, 07:26 AM
Do you follow him to bed, too?

:lol:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
10-13-2005, 07:42 AM
Do you follow him to bed, too?
Not yet:)

I follow Leo:ras:

Experimentee
10-13-2005, 02:46 PM
Interesting stats :)

Galaxystorm
10-13-2005, 03:10 PM
I don't really understand the point, but uh... thanks for the effort?

Look at his/her avatar and you'll understand the point ;) :o

Galaxystorm
10-13-2005, 03:16 PM
I'm a statistics freak :tape:

I think you are a Robby's freak instead of a statistics freak , and this is one of the most nosense stats i have seen in the last months

There are a lot of facts to make good stats, but this one is .....

idolwatcher1
10-13-2005, 07:51 PM
Galaxystorm, no...you truly don't know me if you don't think I'm a statistics freak...I've posted statistics on forums of just about any subject you can think of...like the U.S. Billboard charts, sales of musical artists, ratings of TV shows, statistics regarding reality TV contestants, sports players from all different sports, including gymnastics and football, politics, etc, etc...I could keep going...

I may like Robby a lot, but I was definitely a statistics freak way before I even knew who he was...If you don't like these statistics, that's your decision...I personally was curious how many players in the ATP have made at least the Round of 16 in each of the tournaments that they've played in since the middle of this year, I did not know what the outcome would be like, until I researched it thoroughly...They've been posted now, and each person will take away from it what they will...

Deboogle!.
10-13-2005, 07:57 PM
But for a lot of these small tourneys, making the round of 16 means winning 1 match.... I don't see what's so impressive about that.

idolwatcher1
10-13-2005, 08:11 PM
But for a lot of these small tourneys, making the round of 16 means winning 1 match.... I don't see what's so impressive about that.

Was there a disclaimer that said that it had to be impressive?? I think everyone on that list, at least played in two or three major tournaments (and not much more than that), with the exception of Safin...The fact that so few people made the top-side of this list, shows the rarity, if nothing else...