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Match points saved (21st century)

Voo de Mar
10-31-2006, 03:21 AM
Nicolas Lapentti - the biggest specialist of m.p. matches (16-2 record)

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Match Point Saved ATP Title Winners (http://www.menstennisforums.com/showpost.php?p=5722263&postcount=1)


Who won a match withstanding the most match points in the 21st century? Answer: Rainer Schuettler, who saved 10 match points (two MP's on return) to defeat Andreas Seppi in the second round of Kitzbühel 2004. The German won 3-6 7-6(13) 6-0 withstanding match points at three different games:
4:5 (15/40), 5:6 (15/40) and in the tie-break at: 6:7, 8:9, 9:10*, 10:11, 11:12* & 12:13.

Adriano Panatta saved 11 match points in the 1st round of Rome '76 against Kim Warwick (3-6 6-4 7-6). It's the Open Era record equaled by Simon Youl, who beat Glenn Michibata 3-6 7-6 7-6 (Schenectady '89). The second place share Schuettler and Alberto Martin, who saved 10 MPs against Adrian Voinea in Bucharest 1999, 3-6 6-4 7-5)

In a Davis Cup rubber of a 1930 tie between USA & Italy, Wilmer Allison defeated Giorgio De Stefani 4-6 7-9 6-4 8-6 10-8 after saving 18 (!) match points. Allison saved two match points in the 4th (Allison trailed 2:5) and sixteen in the 5th set (he trailed 1:5) :worship:


Stats prior to 2010 may be incomplete and incorrect; it's been updating...

* Underlined matches "the best of five"
* Italic - doubles matches without super tie-break

2014

Singles

9 - Kyrgios (Gasquet)
7 - Simon (Brands), Ben.Becker (Huta Galung)
6 - Monfils (Mathieu)
5 - Golubev (Goffin), Jaziri (Sijsling), Giraldo (Thiem), Kohlschreiber (D.Brown)
4 - D.Brown (Karlovic), L.Mayer (Robredo), Sousa (Granollers), A.Gonzalez (Mannarino), Nishikori (Ferrer)
3 - Robredo (Rosol), Marchenko (Hanescu), Yen-Hsun (Pavic), Nieminen (Paire), Golubev (Cervantes), Y.Marti (Gimeno-Traver), Pospisil (Stepanek)
2 - Copil (Sugita), Nadal (Andujar), Seppi (Querrey), Fognini (Monfils & Roger-Vasselin), Gojowczyk (Tsonga), Berankis (Melzer), Kohlschreiber (Janowicz), Thiem (Johnson), Johnson (Lokoli), Melzer (Verdasco), D.Brown (Verdasco), Carreno-Busta (Lorenzi), Isner (Ginepri), M.Gonzalez (Carreno-Busta), Johnson (Karlovic), Dimitrov (Anderson), Ferrer (Kohlschreiber), Murray (Isner)
1 - Bedene (Laaksonen), Groth (Herbert), Granollers (Paire), Seppi (Hewitt), Anderson (Roger-Vasselin), Taro (Delbonis), Bogomolov (Querrey), Pella (L.Mayer), Falla (Janowicz), Benneteau (Gulbis & Rola), Carballes (Sousa), Chardy (Federer), Bagnis (Benneteau), Dimitrov (F.Lopez), Tsonga (Querrey), Paire (Golubev), Thiem (Granollers), De Bakker (K.King), Wawrinka (Paire)

Doubles

6 - Benneteau/Roger-Vasselin (Hanley/Marray), Marach/Tursunov (S.Gonzalez/Lipsky)
4 - Begemann/Knowle (Chiudinelli/Federer), Nestor/Zimonjic (Benneteau-Roger-Vasselin)
3 - Rosol/Sousa (Janowicz/Mirnyi), Junaid/Qureshi (D.Brown/A.Krajicek), Garcia-Lopez/Oswald (Cabal/Farah), Dodig/Melo (Chardy/Simon)
2 - J.Murray/Peers (Anderson/Lindstedt), Bopanna/Qureshi (Huey/Inglot), Rosol/Sousa (Bryan/Bryan), Knowle/Melo (Begemann/Emmrich), Bopanna/Qureshi (Junaid/Mannarino), Skupski/Skupski (De Schepper/F.Martin), Rufin/Simon (Kretschmer/Satschko), Draganja/Pavic (Fleming/Hutchins), Bhupathi/Istomin (Marach/Mergea), Cabal/Farah (Granollers/M.Lopez), Arneodo/Balleret (Bautista-Agut/Seppi), Rojer/Tecau (Murray/Peers), Butorac/Klaasen (Brunstrom/Kontinen), Granollers/M.Lopez (F.Lopez/Monaco), Nestor/Zimonjic (Anderson/Melzer), F.Lopez/Melzer (Mahut/Tsonga), Garcia-Lopez/Oswald (Delbonis/Sousa), Ginepri/Harrison (Skupski/Skupski), Brunstrom/Monroe (Granollers/Schwank), Dodig/Melo (Bopanna/Qureshi), Ferrer/Garcia-Lopez (Lindstedt/Matkowski)
1 - Marach/Mergea (Marrero/Verdasco), Benneteau/Roger-Vasselin (Brunstrom/Nielsen), Anderson/Ebden (Butorac/Klaasen & C.Ramirez/Varela), Bryan/Bryan (Ebden/Groth), Giraldo/A.Gonzalez (Ben.Becker/Junaid), Nestor/Zimonjic (Cabal/Farah & Bryan/Bryan), Ebden/Tursunov (Cermak/Elgin), Raonic/Seppi (Butorac/Klaasen), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Kubot/Lindstedt), Bopanna/Qureshi (Rojer/Tecau & Bracciali/Marach), Haas/Stepanek (Kubot/Lindstedt), Erlich/Melo (Cermak/Elgin), Marrero/Verdasco (Junaid/Kas), Mahut/Stakhovsky (Bemelmans/Copil), Kretschmer/Satschko (Windahl/Ymer), Groth/Guccione (Shamasdin/Sharan), Dlouhy/Vesely (Pavic/Sa), Lajovic/Skupski (Cuevas/Zeballos)

2013

Singles

7 - Dutra Silva (Pospisil)
5 - Tsonga (Tomic), Bautista-Agut (Bohli), De Bakker (Troicki), Querrey (Nieminen)
4 - Soeda (Matosevic), Robredo (Monfils), Querrey (Istomin), Goffin (Pospisil)
3 - Cilic (Sijsling), Del Potro (Baghdatis), Berdych (Federer), Simon (Lorenzi), Youzhny (Fognini & Monaco), L.Mayer (Andujar), Fognini (Delbonis & Monfils)
2 - Anderson (Benneteau), F.Mayer (Williams), Nieminen (Stakhovsky), Volandri (Gimeno-Traver), Tomic (Klizan), Hewitt (Yen-Hsun), Johnson (Karlovic), Berdych (Falla & Davydenko), Cuevas (Mannarino), Dodig (Ward), Hanescu (Tursunov), Haase (Schwartzman), Delbonis (Verdasco), Isner (Anderson), Zeballos (Rosol), Mathieu (Sijsling), Nishikori (Tsonga)
1 - Youzhny (Ebden), Nieminen (Haas), Devvarman (Berrer), Brugues-Davi (Kukushkin), Paire (Darcis & Benneteau), Querrey (Falla), Del Potro (Llodra), Tsonga (Berdych), Karlovic (Sock), Haas (Almagro), Bolelli (Levine), Murray (Ferrer), Kohlschreiber (Andujar & Klizan), Haas (Isner), Querrey (Bedene), Wang (Odesnik), Alund (Eriksson), Berankis (Zverev), Peliwo (Nieminen), Robredo (Bellucci), Isner (Del Potro), Gasquet (Raonic), Raonic (Tipsarevic), Sousa (Benneteau), Lorenzi (Volandri)

Doubles

7 - Knowle/Polasek (Emmrich/Junaid), Benneteau/Zimonjic (Bryan/Bryan)
6 - Qureshi/Rojer (Huey/Inglot)
5 - Karlovic/Sharan (Marchenko/Molchanov)
4 - Kubot/Tipsarevic (Fleming/Marray), Lindstedt/Nestor (Almagro/Zimonjic), Marrero/Verdasco (Davydenko/Istomin), Cuevas/Zeballos (Melzer/Paes), Karlovic/Sharan (Shamasdin/Smith), Dimitrov/Llodra (Mirnyi/Tecau), Elgin/Istomin (Skupski/N.Skupski), Peya/Soares (Bryan/Bryan)
3 - Barton/Millman (Gimeno-Traver/Matosevic), Lindstedt/Zimonjic (Butorac/Hanley), Cermak/Mertinak (Arnold/Monaco), Inglot/Marray (Isner/Querrey), Begemann/Emmrich (Nielsen/Sa), Cabal/Farah (Przysiezny/Shamasdin), Bautista-Agut/Gimeno-Traver (Kas/Marach), Fognini/Seppi (Nestor/Paes), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Chiudinelli/Lammer), Junaid/Mertinak (Brunstrom/Monroe)
2 - Cermak/Mertinak (S.Gonzalez/Lipsky), The Bryans (Cabal/Matkowski), Cabal/Farah (Udomchoke/Wang), Yen-Hsun/Soeda (Knowle/Polasek), Lorenzi/Starace (An.Kuznetsov/Sa), Nadal/Nalbandian (Andujar/Garcia-Lopez), Peya/Soares (Marach/Zebollas), Blake/Sock (Mirnyi/Tecau), Janowicz/Huey (Peya/Soares), Bracciali/Starace (Elgin/Skupski), Dimitrov/Nielsen (Chardy/Kubot), Lorenzi/Paire (Bautista-Agut/Gimeno-Traver), Benneteau/Zimonjic (Dimitrov/Nielsen), Dlouhy/Klizan (Bednarek/Janowicz), Andujar/Nadal (Ferrer/F.Lopez), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Mirnyi/Tecau), Fish/Melzer (Nieminen/Simon), Huey/Inglot (Mirnyi/Tecau), Lindstedt/Pospisil (Paes/Nestor)
1 - Granollers/M.Lopez (Chardy/Kubot), Granollers/M.Lopez (D.Brown/Kas), Brunstrom/Klaasen (Fleming/Marray), Bryan/Bryan (S.Gonzalez/Lipsky 2x & Qureshi/Rojer), J.Murray/Peers (Bryan/Bryan), Lindstedt/Nestor (Marrero/Verdasco), Peya/Soares (Lindstedt/Nestor), Mirnyi/Tecau (Knowle/Polasek & Marrero/Verdasco), Benneteau/Zimonjic (Fyrstenberg/Matkowski & Cilic/Del Potro), Butorac/A.Ram (Edmund/Thornley), Yen-Hsun/Sharan (Erlich/A.Ram), Inglot/Istomin (Karatsev/Tursunov), Bopanna/Roger-Vasselin (Begemann/Emmrich)

2012

Singles

7 - Chardy (Nishikori)
6 - Dodig (Vardhan), Lacko (Bubka), Seppi (Wawrinka)
5 - Melzer (McClune), Djokovic (Murray)
4 - Verdasco (Marti), Kukushkin (Tomic), Anderson (Machado), Djokovic (Tsonga), Tipsarevic (Phau), Roger-Vasselin (Dolgopolov)
3 - Dolgopolov (Andreev), Almagro (Sugita), Anderson (Roddick), Ramos (Levine), Tipsarevic (Stepanek), Ferrer (F.Lopez, Almagro), L.Mayer (Stepanek), Granollers (Jaziri), Yen-Hsun (Benneteau), Garcia-Lopez (Roger-Vasselin), Isner (Berdych, Anderson), Falla (Hajek)
2 - Stakhovsky (Marchenko), Troicki (Ferrero), Chela (Souza), Harrison (Ginepri), Dodig (Tomic), Kudla (Kamke), Montanes (Tomic), Fognini (Troicki), Istomin (Granollers & G.Muller), F.Mayer (Janowicz), Bachinger (Sousa), Sela (Querrey), F.Lopez (Ungur), D.Brown (Stakhovsky), Mathieu (Andreev), G.Muller (Youzhny), Raonic (Murray)
1 - G.Muller (Mello), Dolgopolov (Kamke), Monfils (Simon), L.Mayer (Falla), Ramos (Gasquet), Nalbandian (Tsonga), Ferrero (Haase), Baker (Kukushkin), Clement (Bogomolov), Stepanek (Seppi), Roger-Vasselin (Roddick), Yen-Hsun (Karlovic), Harrison (Pospisil), Ito (Fucskovics), Falla (Isner), D.Brown (Davydenko), Almagro (Minar), Stebe (Chardy), Gulbis (Haider-Maurer), Haas (Nalbandian), Davydenko (Karlovic), Dimitrov (Tsung-Hua), Monaco (Nishikori), Melzer (Andujar), Raonic (Tipsarevic), Janowicz (Murray)

Doubles

5 - Llodra/Zimonjic (Lindstedt/Tecau), Blake/Querrey (Souza/Zeballos), Qureshi/Rojer (Bryan/Bryan)
4 - Bogomolov/Kubot (Lipsky/R.Ram), Bryan/Bryan (Granollers/F.Lopez), Andujar/Garcia-Lopez (Bozoljac/Cacic), Marrero/Verdasco (Dolgopolov/Tsonga), Kubot/Tipsarevic (Anderson/Tomic), Cermak/Knowle (D.Brown/Hanley), Llodra/Tsonga (Ferrer/F.Lopez)
3 - Melzer/Petzschner (Baghdatis/Murray), Dodig/Pavic (Melzer/Peya), Hanley/J.Murray (Rojer/Qureshi), Bracciali/Fognini (Mertinak/Sa), D.Brown/Hanley (Marrero/Melo), Mirnyi/Nestor (Haase/Nieminen), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Granollers/M.Lopez), Knowle/Marrero (Cipolla/Lorenzi), Dodig/Veic (Motti/Paire), Andujar/Garcia-Lopez (Lindstedt/Tecau), Erlich/Ram (Huey/Inglot), Marrero/Verdasco (Erlich/Ram), Melo/Soares (Berdych/Stepanek), Anderson/Querrer (Dolgopolov/Tsonga)
2 - Murray/Murray (Fleming/Hutchins), Melzer/Petzschner (Isner/Querrey), Butorac/Hanley (Haas/Knowles), Peya/Soares (Cermak/Mertiniak), Fleming/Hutchins (Qureshi/Rojer), Cermak/Mertinak (Karlovic/Moser), Lindstedt/Zimonjic (Butorac/Hanley), Qureshi/Rojer (F.Lopez/Zimonjic), Marray/Nielsen (Bhupathi/Bopanna)
1 - Mirnyi/Nestor (Ebden/Guccione & Lindstedt/Tecau), Polasek/Rosol (Tursunov/Zimonjic), The Bryans (Lindstedt/Tecau), Gil/Gimeno-Traver (Andujar/Berlocq), Mello/Souza (Marrero/Madrid), Isner/Querrey (Bogomolov/Kubot), Prodon/Zeballos (Bracciali/Starace), Fleming/Hutchins (Mertinak/Sa), Melo/Monaco (Blake/Harrison), Bracciali/Fognini (Haase/Rojer), Marach/Peya (Butorac/Soares), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Butorac/Soares; Mirnyi/Nestor), Lindstedt/Tecau (Cermak/Polasek & Fyrstenberg/Matkowski), Hanley/Knowle (Butorac/Soares), Qureshi/Rojer (Ben.Becker/Petzschner & Cilic/Melo), Ebden/Young (Fognini/Moser), Kamke/Phau (Ebelthite/Marray), Chardy/Simon (Bester/Shamasdin), the Bryans (Granollers/M.Lopez), S.Gonzalez/Lipsky (Knowle/Polasek), Harrison/Harrison (Fyrstenberg/Matkowski), Baker/R.Ram (Emmrich/Sijsling), Klizan/Polasek (Petzschner/Stakhovsky), Kohlmann/Moser (Huey/Inglot), Cilic/Matosevic (Haas/Melzer), Berlocq/Istomin (Mirnyi/Nestor), Lindstedt/Zimonjic (Anderson/Erlich), Haase/D.Norman (Bhupathi/Bopanna), Kas/Seppi (Knowle/Polasek), Granollers/M.Lopez (Bryan/Bryan), Marray/Nielsen (Nestor/Mirnyi), Bhupathi/Bopanna (Paes/Stepanek)

2011

Singles

5 - Fognini (Montanes)
4 - Gabashvili (Isner), Gil (Capdeville), Fognini (Kavcic), O.Rochus (Chela), Nieminen (Benneteau), Almagro (M.Gonzalez), Souza (Ungur), Ferrer (Ferrero)
3 - Verdasco (Tipsarevic), Mello (Ramirez-Hidalgo), Kohlschreiber (Smyczek), Stakhovsky (Hanescu), Soderling (Verdasco), Andreev (Gimeno-Traver), Lajovic (Andreev), Berdych (Bemelmans), Monfils (Troicki), Falla (Troicki), Montanes (Kukushkin), Kubot (Kamke), Tsonga (Isner)
2 - Nalbandian (Hewitt), Almagro (Andreev), Seppi (Haase), Hewitt (Mannarino), Karlovic (Isner), Stepanek (Baghdatis), Dimitrov (Baghdatis), Bellucci (Roger-Vasselin, Dimitrov), Kukushkin (Querrey), Rosol (Melzer), Bogomolov (Chardy), Mello (Dancevic), F.Lopez (Kubot), Hanescu (Monfils), Youzhny (Cilic), Fish (Isner), Benneteau (Haase), Djokovic (Federer), Youzhny (Bellucci), Nalbandian (Malisse), Monaco (Fish)
1 - Del Potro (F.Lopez), F.Mayer (Skugor), Dancevic (F.Lopez), Kubot (Schwank), Soderling (Kohlschreiber), Cilic (Youzhny & Seppi), Kohlschreiber (Dodig), Darcis (F.Lopez), Gulbis (Yen-Hsun), Blake (Russell), Ramos (Ramirez-Hidalgo), Federer (F.Lopez), Robert (Berdych), Hernych (Stakhovsky), Gremelmayr (Nieminen), Verdasco (Stepanek), Monaco (Berlocq), Harrison (R.Ram), Starace (Chela), Monfils (Isner), Dolgopolov (Dimitrov), Benneteau (Stakhovsky), Dodig (Monaco), Youzhny (F.Lopez), Nishikori (Haase), Andreev (Granollers), Baghdatis (Troicki), Pospisil (Isner), Djokovic (Berdych), Berdych (Tipsarevic)

Doubles

5 - Fish/Roddick (Berdych/Dlouhy), Cabal/Farah (Bopanna/Qureshi)
4 - Mirnyi/Nestor (Cuevas/Dlouhy), S.Gonzalez/Lipsky (Bryan/Bryan), Anderson/Battistone (J.Delgado/Marray), Fleming/Hutchins (Knowle/Sa), Llodra/Zimonjic (Melo/Soares & Lindstedt/Tecau)
3 - Del Potro/Stepanek (D.Brown/Wassen), Federer/Wawrinka (Benneteau/Gasquet), Benneteau/Mahut (Berlocq/Ramirez-Hidalgo), Bhupathi/Paes (Fleming/Hutchins), Benneteau/Tsonga (J.Murray/Stakhovsky), A.Beck/Kas (Dlouhy/Mertinak), Bolelli/Fognini (Dodig/Veic)
2 - Ben.Becker/Kohlmann (Junaid/Kamke), Bhupathi/Paes (Dancevic/Wawrinka), Benneteau/Gasquet (Mirnyi/Nestor), Melo/Soares (Cermak/Friedl & Lipsky/D.Martin), Knowles/Mertinak (Melo/Soares), Ferreiro/Sa (Ebden/Groth), Melzer/Petzschner (Almagro/Ferrer), Granollers/Robredo (F.Lopez/Verdasco), Berlocq/Nieminen (Garcia-Lopez/Montanes), Bracciali/Starace (Isner/Querrey), Fisher/Kerr (Clement/Mahut), Aspelin/Siljestrom (Elgin/Kukushkin), Ferreiro/Sa (Andreev/G.-Traver), Mirnyi/Nestor (Llodra/Zimonjic), Erlich/A.Ram (Kas/Peya), Malisse/D.Norman (Bhupathi/Mertinak)
1 - Lindstedt/Tecau (Butorac/Rojer & Ebden/Luczak), Bracciali/Seppi (Fognini/Zelenay), Dlouhy/Hanley (Kubot/Marach), K.Beck/Sela (Devvarman/D.Martin), Berdych/Kohlschreiber (Stakhovsky/Youzhny), Haase/Skupski (Benneteau/Tsonga), Knowles/Mertinak (Lindstedt/Tecau), Dlouhy/Hanley (Melzer/Petzschner), Bhupathi/Paes (Marach/Tipsarevic & Mirnyi/Nestor), Kubot/Marach (Benneteau/Chardy), Bryan/Bryan (Isner/Querrey & Melzer/Petzschner), Llodra/Zimonjic (Cilic/Ljubicic), Hewitt/Luczak (Bracciali/Cermak & Butorac/Rojer), Butorac/Rojer (Kohlmann/Petzschner), Haase/Raonic (Hewitt/Luczak), Erlich/A.Ram (Melo/Soares), Knittel/Stebe (Motti/Seppi), Garcia-Lopez/M.Lopez (Cerretani/Marx), Friedl/Skoch (Dlouhy/Mertinak), Djokovic/Tipsarevic (Knowles/Petzschner), Kohlmann/Waske (Lipsky/R.Ram), Cermak/Polasek (Cerretani/Marx), Gimeno-Traver/Madrid (F.Lopez/Verdasco)

2010

Singles

7 - Isner (Kubot)
5 - L.Mayer (Andreev), Monfils (Federer)
4 - K.Anderson (Dent), Brands (Hanescu), Riba (Luczak), Istomin (Gabashvili), Youzhny (Tursunov)
3 - Blake (Gicquel), Cuevas (Daniel), Djokovic (Kohlschreiber), Baghdatis (Federer), Lacko (Yani), Gulbis (Melzer), Montanes (Przysiezny), Stakhovsky (Harrison), Bellucci (Bopanna), Stakhovsky (Russell), Nieminen (Gasquet), Soderling (Llodra)
2 - Davydenko (Nadal), Youzhny (Gasquet), Serra (Nieminen), Krajinovic (Donskoy), Di Mauro (M.Djokovic), Wawrinka (Troicki), Benneteau (Vliegen), Klaasen (R.Ram), Isner (G.Muller), Verdasco (Berrer), Berrer (Robredo), Djokovic (Federer), Berlocq (Gimeno-Traver), Granollers (Starace), Stakhovsky (Russell), Raonic (Estrella, Stakhovsky), Nadal (Troicki), Serra (Montanes), Monfils (Verdasco)
1 - Isner (Clement), Petzschner (Ben.Becker, Fognini), F.Mayer (Tipsarevic, Nieminen), Zverev (Russell & Stakhovsky), Nieminen (Przysiezny), Berdych (Federer), Querrey (Isner, Tipsarevic, Murray), De La Nava (Querrey), Ferrer (Baghdatis), Almagro (Ginepri), Melzer (Troicki), Kohlschreiber (Gabashvili), Seppi (Starace), Ferrero (Zeballos), Nadal (Benneteau), Starace (Crivoi), Brands (De Bakker), Stepanek (Falla), Troicki (Melzer), Monfils (Roddick), Nieminen (Serra), Youzhny (Hanescu)

Doubles

10 - Butorac/Rojer (Melo/Soares)
7 - Brunstrom/Lipsky (S.Gonzalez/Rettenmaier)
6 - Bopanna/Qureshi (Cuevas/Monaco)
5 - Marach/Ventura (Butorac/Kohlmann), Granollers/Troicki (Melzer/Roddick), Cermak/Mertinak (Cuevas/Schwank), Bopanna/Qureshi (Clement/J.Erlich), S.Gonzalez/Marx (Kubot/Marach)
4 - Bopanna/Coetzee (M.Lopez/Robredo), Aspelin/Hanley (Melzer/Petzschner)
3 - Chiudinelli/Troicki (Friedl/Vemic), Ball/Guccione (Fish/Querrey), Erlich/Kerr (Knowle/A.Ram), Huss/Hutchins (Bhupathi/Mirnyi)
2 - Karlovic/Vemic (Kubot/Marach), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Kohlscheriber/Knowle & The Bryans), Harrison/Young (Malisse/Russell), Almagro/Ljubicic (Kohlschreiber/Lindstedt), Granollers/Troicki (D.Norman/Moodie), M.Lopez/Marrero (A.Beck/Berrer & Melo/Soares), Gulbis/Tursunov (S.Gonzalez/Rettenmaier), Brunstrom/Nieminen (Melo/Soares), Chela/Kubot (Granollers/Ventura), Kas/Kohlmann Gimeno/Seppi),
1 - Chardy/Gicquel (Blake/Roddick), Kohlmann/Nieminen (Bolelli/Seppi), Bopanna/Qureshi (Brunstrom/Rojer), Knowle/Lindstedt (De Voest/Wassen), Fish/Knowles (Brunstrom/Rojer & Berdych/Stepanek), Aspelin/Hanley (F.Lopez/Robredo), Isner/Querrey (Cilic/Ljubicic), Damm/Polasek (Korolev/Moser), Bhupathi/Mirnyi (Bryan/Bryan), L.Mayer/Zeballos (Cacic/M.Djokovic), Malisse/D.Norman (Damm/Polasek), Butorac/Kohlmann (Coetzee/Vliegen), Kas/Petzschner (Fyrstenberg/Matkowski), Seppi/Starace (Marx/Zelenay), M.Gonzalez/Rettenmaier (Troicki/Vemic), Stakhovsky/Youzhny (Kohlmann/Nieminen & Cermak/Mertinak), Lindstedt/Tecau (Bhupathi/Mirnyi), Gicquel/Ventura (R.Ram/Rojer), Chardy/Mathieu (Kohlschreiber/Brunstrom), Lipsky/R.Ram (Bopanna/Vliegen), Moodie/D.Norman (Fish/Knowles), Gong/Li (Kubot/Marach), Bopanna/Qureshi (Tipsarevic/Troicki), Chela/Schwank (Fyrstenberg/Matkowski), Cilic/Ljubicic (Golubev/Istomin), Nestor/Zimonjic (The Bryans)

ExcaliburII
10-31-2006, 09:07 AM
this yeear in the few matches cañas has played he alreaady saved mp in three different matches.

Voo de Mar
10-31-2006, 09:30 AM
2009

Singles

7 - Del Potro (F.Gonzalez)
5 - Zverev (Hanescu), Ljubicic (Andreev), Nadal (Nalbandian, Almagro), Djokovic (Serra)
4 - Sela (Ramirez-Hidalgo), Hanescu (Navarro), Melzer (Ljubicic), Gil (Petzschner), Stepanek (Karlovic)
3 - Chardy (Ferrer), Ancic (Hernych), Dabul (Devilder), Vassallo Arguello (Andreev), N.Lapentti (Safin), Nadal (Djokovic), Schuettler (Chardy), M.Gonzalez (Troicki), Fish (Guccione), Seppi (Yen-Hsun), Greul (G.Lapentti), Korolev (Santoro), Robredo (F.Mayer), Cilic (Troicki), Djokovic (Stepanek), Isner (Falla), Safin (Ascione)
2 - Querrey (Ferrer), Hanescu (Hernych), Gremelmayr (Karanusic), Schwank (Machado), Vassallo Arguello (Navarro), Koellerer (A.Martin), N.Lapentti (Dancevic), Wawrinka (Querrey), Monfils (Safin), Almagro (Hanescu), Hewitt (Petzschner, Soderling), Montanes (Blake), Roddick (Haas), Zverev (Berdych), Haas (Cilic), A.Beck (Chiudinelli), Bellucci (Lammer), Kiefer (Grosjean), Gasquet (Isner)
1 - F.Gonzalez (Gasquet), Gil (De Voest), Chiudinelli (Karlovic), Koellerer (Zverev), Dent (Almagro), Kiefer (Santoro), Montanes (Simon, Hanescu), K.Beck (F.Lopez), Almagro (Monaco), Verdasco (Koellerer), F.Gonzalez (Raonic), Del Potro (Roddick), Serra (R.Ram), Dent (Navarro), Odesnik (Hanescu), Clement (Berrer, Tsonga, Haas), Kunitsyn (Hanescu), Stakhovsky (Zeballos)

Doubles

8 - Nestor/Zimonjic (Bryan/Bryan)
6 - Marach/Tursunov (S.Gonzalez/Lipsky)
5 - Bellucci/Prieto (Melo/Sa), Matkowski/Schuettler (Knowle/Melzer), Mirnyi/Ram (Knowle/Melzer)
4 - Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Ferrer/Montanes), J.Murray/Vizner (Petzschner/Peya), Granollers/Robredo (Mirnyi/Ram), Dancevic/Duclos (Davydenko/Kunitsyn), Isner/Querrey (Kerr/Sa), Ljubicic/Llodra (Isner/Querrey)
3 - Mirnyi/Ram (Jones/Luczak), Ferrer/Navarro (Granollers/Ventura), Starace/Vassallo Arguello (Bellucci/Junqueira), Fish/Roddick (Mirnyi/Ram), Kubot/Marach (Fleming/Skupski & Mirnyi/Ram), Kas/Kohlschreiber (Clement/Schuettler), Chardy/Simon (Parrott/Polasek), Nieminen/Qureshi (Golubev/Istomin)
2 - Ferrer/Granollers (Statham/Statham), Cerretani/D.Norman (De Voest/Fisher), Kas/Schuettler (Mahut/Simon), Almagro/Ventura (Dabul/Roitman), Mirnyi/Ram (Damm/Lindstedt), Kubot/Marach (Friedl/Skoch & Knowle/Melzer), Moodie/D.Norman (Cuevas/Vemic), Pavel/Tecau (Knowle/Melzer), J.Delgado/Marray (Cermak/Mertinak), Petzschner/Peya (Ben.Becker/Brands), Aspelin/Hanley (Elgin/Moser), Levinsky/Polasek (Daniel/Wassen), Guccione/Hewitt (Soares/Ullyett), Damm/Lindstedt (Bhupathi/Knowles), Isner/Kerr (Nestor/Zimonjic), Kas/Kohlschreiber (Nadal/Monaco)
1 - M.Lopez/Nadal (Santoro/Youzhny), Lipsky/Paes (Kunitsyn/D.Martin), Blake/Reynolds (Butorac/Soares), J.Murray/Vemic (Haas/Hill), Ferrer/Safin (Coetzee/Moodie), Gil/Tecau (Gicquel/Serra), Bryan/Bryan (Dlouhy/Paes), M.Lopez/Ramirez-Hidalgo (Kas/Wassen), Aspelin/Moodie (Bryan/Bryan), Kiefer/Zverev (Lindstedt/Soderling), Hewitt/Murray (R.Ram/Roddick), Moodie/D.Norman (Butorac/Lipsky), Hanescu/Tecau (Dlouhy/Skoch), Fisher/Kerr (Yen-Hsun/Moser), Kunitsyn/Safin (Baghdatis/Sela), Cermak/Mertinak (Dabul/Roitman), Knowle/Melzer (Aspelin/Hanley), Kas/Levinsky (Cermak/Mertinak)


2008

Singles

6 - Ljubicic (Gimeno-Traver), Felder (B.Rodriguez)
5 - Labadze (Lacko), Pashanski (Naso), F.Gonzalez (Gulbis)
4 - Nadal (Moya), Cuevas (Giraldo), Nishikori (Querrey), Garcia-Lopez (Isner), T.Johansson (Tabara), Karanusic (Alves), Simon (Andreev)
3 - Kudryavtsev (P.Amritraj), Spadea (Gremelmayr), Monaco (Vassallo Arguello & Ljubicic), Lapentti (Schwank), Isner (Haas), Chela (Tursunov), Guccione (Udomchoke), Haase (Safin), Simon (Tsonga), F.Lopez (Baghdatis), Cuevas (Giraldo), Hanescu (Karlovic), Roger-Vasselin (Verkerk), F.Gonzalez (Blake), Evans (Karanusic)
2 - Sirianni (Mathieu), F.Gonzalez (Cuevas), Koubek (Skugor), Ferrero (Ancic), Kiefer (Garcia-Lopez), Ancic (Murray), Blake (Mathieu), Korolev (Gimeno-Traver), Ferrer (Verdasco), Granollers (Odesnik), Ljubicic (Darcis), Ginepri (Ancic), Gicquel (Bozoljac), Andreev (Isner), Kohlschreiber (Soderling), Roddick (Schwank), G.Muller (Almagro), Hernych (Karanusic), Zverev (Troicki), Simon (Ginepri), Ben.Becker (Wawrinka), Kukushkin (Cilic), Lejnieks (Kudryavtsev)
1 - Guccione (Berdych), Reynolds (Hartfield), Garcia-Lopez (Melzer), Seppi (Hewitt, Schwank), Melzer (Isner), Bjorkman (Young), Querrey (Grosjean), Davydenko (Gulbis), Odesnik (Roitman), Robredo (Davydenko), Karlovic (Robredo, Verdasco), A.Beck (Gicquel), Stadler (Bellucci), Schuettler (Clement), Starace (Moya), Calleri (Cuevas), Chardy (Horna, Andreev), M.Gonzalez (Karanusic), Serra (Ben.Becker), Gulbis (Clement), Kunitsyn (Fognini), Hanescu (Gremelmayr), N.Lapentti (R.Delgado), Acasuso (Bachinger)

Doubles

7 - Berrer/Haas (Benneteau/Llodra)
6 - Devilder/Mathieu (Fyrstenberg/Matkowski)
5 - Gasquet/Santoro (Ferrer/Verdasco)
4 - Kunitsyn/Thomas (Malisse/G.Muller), Eschauer/Luczak (Aranguren/Junqueira), Querrey/Spadea (R.Ram/Reynolds), Ratiwatana/Ratiwatana (Melo/Sa), Bohli/Wawrinka (Oswald/Scherrer), Guccione/Hewitt (Calleri/Monaco)
3 - Hernandez/Montanes (Allegro/Thomas), Gasquet/Tsonga (Bryan/Bryan), Bhupathi/Knowles (Damm/Vizner), Calleri/Starace (Ratiwatana/Ratiwatana), Aspelin/Knowle (Bopanna/Butorac), Stakhovsky/Starace (Skoch/Zelenay), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Coetzee/Moodie), Bopanna/Mirnyi (Kunitsyn/Safin)
2 - Kohlschreiber/Skoch (Coetzee/Moodie), Cermak/Zovko (Melo/Sa), Bryan/Bryan (Erlich/Ram), N.Lapentti/J.Murray (Fognini/Hartfield), Melzer/Haggard (Kuznetsov/Sweeting), Mirnyi/J.Murray (T.Johansson/Lindstedt), Benneteau/Mahut (Mathieu/Santoro), Cewrovic/Dodig (Karlovic/Topic), Ramirez-Hidalgo/Roitman (Coria/Dabul), Clement/Llodra (Ascione/Gicquel), Elgin/Kudravstev (Aspelin/Knowle), Kas/Kohlschreiber (Nalbandian/Schwank)
1 - Darcis/Vliegen (Gambill/Warburg), Haase/Wessels (Nestor/Zimonjic), Ratiwatana/Ratiwatana (Bjorkman/Ullyett), Gasquet/Lindstedt (Bjorkman/Ullyett), Damm/Vizner (Gasquet/Tsonga), Bryan/Bryan (Calleri/Starace & Bhupathi/Knowles), Melo/Sa (Knowle/Melzer), Lindstedt/Soderling (Tursunov/Youzhny), Bednarek/Hernandez (Tourtel/Zelenay), Nestor/Niemeyer (Bhupathi/Paes), Bolelli/Seppi (Garcia-Lopez/Verdasco), Coetzee/Moodie (Bryan/Bryan)


2007

Singles

7 - Massu (Roitman)
5 - Moya (Verdasco), Karlovic (Blake & Berdych), Haase (Llodra), T.Johansson (Blake), O.Rochus (Fish)
4 - O.Rochus (Guccione), Vliegen (Safin), F.Lopez (Berlocq), Koubek (Calleri)
3 - Nalbandian (Grosjean), Youzhny (Djokovic), Ferrero (Acasuso), Kohlschreiber (Garcia-Lopez), Blake (Calleri), Haas (Blake), Devilder (Bopanna), Karlovic (H.T.Lee)
2 - Ljubicic (Soderling), Nalbandian (Tipsarevic), Peya (Seppi), Soderling (Mirnyi), F.Lopez (Guccione), Benneteau (Monfils), Murray (Haas & Mathieu), Serra (Guccione), Miranda (S.Gonzalez), Fish (Spadea), Starace (F.Mayer), Querrey (Karlovic), Darcis (Massu), Odesnik (Del Potro), Karlovic (Capdeville), Verdasco (Gasquet), Hewitt (Hrbaty), Kohlschreiber (Calleri), Melzer (Ancic), Robredo (F.Mayer), Spadea (Roitman), Meffert (Kunitsyn), Djokovic (Chela), Nieminen (Canas), Gicquel (Falla)
1 - Garcia-Lopez (Starace), Moya (Bourgeois), Seppi (Reynolds), Haas (Davydenko), Alves (Moya), Spadea (F.Lopez), Bjorkman (Phau), Mahut (Monaco), Acasuso (Bjorkman), Gonzalez (Tipsarevic), Roddick (Mahut), Tipsarevic (Gonzalez), Blake (Goldstein), Karlovic (Sa, Clement), Fognini (Eschauer), Starace (Seppi), Fish (F.Mayer), Nieminen (F.Lopez & Ginepri), Ferrer (Nalbandian), Phau (Sanguinetti), Chakie (Olejniczak), Yen-Hsun (Udomchoke), Dancevic (Wessels), Murray (Youzhny)

Doubles

6 - Auckland/Huss (Gambill/Schuettler)
5 - Montanes/Ramirez-Hidalgo (Aspelin/Cermak)
4 - Gambill/Schuettler (Greul/Kim), Melo/Sa (Hanley/Ullyett)
3 - Moodie/Perry (Djokovic/Stepanek), Hanley/Ullyett (Goldstein/Querrey), Pavel/Waske (Allegro/Thomas), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Canas/Garcia), Allegro/Baghdatis (Ljubicic/Thomas), Stepanek/Bhupathi (Bjorkman/Mirnyi), Damm/Paes (Kohlschreiber/Soderling), Bjorkman/Mirnyi (Levinsky/Skoch), Kohlmann/Lindstedt (Allegro/Thomas)
2 - Cilic/Ljubicic (Mertinak/Pala), Garcia/Prieto (Fyrstenberg/Matkowski), Hanley/Ullyett (Allegro/Federer), Benneteau/Gasquet (Erlich/Ram), Almagro/Granollers (Gabashvili/Starace), Damm/Paes (Benneteau/Devilder), Goodall/Hutchins (Clement/Grosjean), Coetzee/Wassen (Damm/Paes), Levinsky/Skoch (Berlocq/Fabbri), Bhupathi/Vizner (Bryan/Bryan), Erlich/Ram (Bryan/Bryan), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Damm/Paes), Behrend/Kas (Chela/Gonzalez), Knowles/Nestor (Clement/Llodra)
1 - Murray/Murray (Fyrstenberg/Matkowski), Cermak/Levinsky (Baccanello/Guccione), Bjorkman/Mirnyi (Hanley/Ullyett), Allegro/Mahut (Santoro/Zimonjic), Butorac/J.Murray (Benneteau/T.Johansson), Garcia/Prieto (Schwank/Villagran), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Berlocq/Dabul), Bryan/Bryan (Moodie/Perry & Bhupathi/Stepanek), Damm/Paes (Bhupathi/Zimonjic, Bjorkman/Mirnyi & Clement/Llodra), Hanley/Ullyett (Gonzalez/Ljubicic), Erlich/Ram (Safin/Tursunov & Hanley/Ullyett), Koubek/O.Rochus (Kohlmann/Schuettler), Kohlmann/Lindstedt (Levinsky/Skoch), Clement/Llodra (Delic/Reynolds), Gicquel/Serra (N.Lapentti/F.Lopez), Gabashvili/Karlovic (Coetzee/Perry), Calleri/Zimonjic (Mirnyi/Robredo), Levinsky/Skoch (Hanescu/Scherrer), Haggard/Karlovic (Melo/Sa), Hanley/Ullyett (Delic/Isner), Lipsky/D.Martin (Peya/Phau), Berdych/Stepanek (Allegro/Federer), Brunstrom/Ryderstedt (Fisher/Thomas), Gonzalez/Sa (Nadal/F.Lopez), Blake/Knowles (Aspelin/Knowle), Butorac/Cermak (Erlich/Ram), Kerr/Sa (Murray/Murray)


2006

Singles

9 - Andreev (Soderling)
7 - Soderling (Gimelstob)
6 - Goldstein (Gimelstob), Ferrer (Almagro), Gonzalez (Fish)
5 - Massu (Calleri), Murray (Mello), Nieminen (Sanguinetti), Ramirez-Hidalgo (Blake), Suzuki (Waske)
4 - Sanguinetti (O.Rochus), O.Rochus (Melzer), Coria (Mathieu), Federer (O.Rochus), Benneteau (Santoro)
3 - Malisse (Ancic), Andreev (Huta-Galung), Parmar (Srichaphan), A.Martin (Patience), Gabashvili (Andreev), Gonzalez (F.Lopez), Ancic (Serra, Ramirez-Hidalgo), Srichaphan (Goldstein), Tursunov (Waske), J.Johansson (Vliegen), Federer (Roddick)
2 - Andreev (Luczak), Seppi (Hewitt), Kiefer (Srichaphan), Agassi (R.Delgado), Nalbandian (Goldstein), Nadal (Federer), Soderling (Gimelstob), Monaco (Berrer), Gaudio (Gremelmayr), Carlsen (Srichaphan), G.Muller (Capdeville), Wawrinka (Soderling), Vliegen (Serra)
1 - Ljubicic (Vliegen), Vik (Pavel), Moya (Grosjean), Pavel (Roddick), Nadal (O.Rochus), Roddick (Arthurs), Gonzalez (Wawrinka), Benneteau (Wang), Karlovic (Korolev, Phau), Braccialli (Horna, Almagro), Mayer (Phau), Berdych (Santoro), Tursunov (Ljubicic), Bjorkman (Stepanek), Vemic (Mathieu), Hartfield (Vik), Junqueira (C.Rochus), Ferrer (Acasuso), Massa (Eschauer), Garcia-Lopez (Tursunov), Rusedski (Stakhovsky), Saretta (Vinciquerra), Ben.Becker (Novak), Melzer (Ferrero), Nalbandian (F.Lopez), Nieminen (Gabashvili)

Doubles

6 - Knowles/Nestor (Aspelin/Perry), Gasquet/Santoro (Knowle/Melzer)
5 - Knowles/Nestor (Marach/Suk), Hanley/Ullyett (Aspelin/Perry), Bjorkman/Mirnyi (Cermak/Damm)
4 - Andreev/Davydenko (Pavel/Youzhny), Amritraj/Bopanna (Schuettler/Waske), Knowles/Nestor (Goldstein/Thomas, Phillips/Tursunov), Santoro/Zimonjic (Lindstedt/Nieminen),
3 - Rochus/Rochus (Cermak/Friedl), Aspelin/Perry (Pala/Vizner), Levinsky/Lindstedt (Bjorkman/Mirnyi), Knowles/Nestor (Erlich/Ram), Ancic/Karlovic (Capdeville/Garcia), Fisher/Philipps (Burgsmuller/Becker), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Allegro/Lindstedt)
2 - The Bryans (Guccione/Hanley), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Knowles/Nestor & Bhupathi/Gimelstob), Kohlmann/Schuettler (Serra/Srichaphan), Rochus/Rochus (Vik/Wawrinka), Blake/Fish (Gimelstob/Huss), Kunitsyn/Tursunov (Huss/Moodie), Garcia/Prieto (Petzschner/Phau), Cermak/Levinsky (Hanley/Ullyett), Clement/Llodra (Knowles/Nestor)
1 - Kubot/Marach (Andreev/Davydenko), Knowle/Melzer (Hanley/Ullyett), Hernych/Karlovic (Lindstedt/Nieminen), Goldstein/Thomas (Kerr/Parrott), Aspelin/Perry (Karlovic/Saulnier & Goldstein/Thomas), Coria/Monaco (Coetzee/Thomas), Starace/Volandri (Fyrstenberg/Matkowski), Kohlmann/Schuettler (Allegro/Safin), Calleri/Massu (Djokovic/Pashanski), Gaudio/Mirnyi (Allegro/Lindstedt), Butorac/J.Murray (Coetzee/Hrbaty), Yu/Zeng (J.Delgado/Lu), Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Garcia/Horna), Murray/Murray (Dancevic/Ginepri), Fisher/Phillips (B.Becker/Burgsmuller), Pala/Vizner (Knowle/Melzer), Ancic/Bhupathi (Bjorkman/T.Johansson)

Voo de Mar
11-25-2006, 08:26 AM
2005

8 - Nieminen (Srichaphan)
7 - Hrbaty (Mello)
6 - Kohlmann (Zib)
5 - Schalken (Wawrinka), Grosjean (Blake)
4 - Verdasco (Roddick), Ferrer (A.Martin), Tipsarevic (Hrbaty), G.Muller (de Chaunac), Hewitt (Gimelstob), Moodie (Nieminen)
3 - Mirnyi (Baker), Santoro (J.Johansson), Moya (Blake), Gasquet (Federer), Sanguinetti (Mirnyi), Stepanek (Canas), Djokovic (Garcia-Lopez), Wawrinka (Verdasco), Ginepri (Roddick), Srichaphan (Goldstein), Berdych (Nadal), Serra (Crivoi), Coria (T.Johansson), Andreev (Hanescu), Berdych (Haas), Behrend (Ferrero), Gaudio (Gonzalez)
2 - Srichaphan (C.Rochus), Vliegen (Yen-Hsun), Nalbandian (Schuettler), Spadea (Reynolds), Federer (Ferrero), Safin (Nieminen), Andreev (Almagro), Monaco (Simon), Ferrero (Baghdatis), Canas (Mathieu), Kohlschreiber (Soderling), Popp (Arthurs), Sluiter (Horna), Novak (Portas), G.Muller (Hrbaty), Waske (Sluiter), Moodie (Ancic), Roddick (Ferrer)
1 - Santoro (Monfils), O.Rochus (Kiefer, K.Kim, Berdych, Ancic), Nadal (Youzhny), Safin (Federer), Acasuso (Patience), Gonzalez (Zabaleta), Karlovic (Mackin, Roddick), F.Lopez (Dent), Fish (Blake), Massa (A.Costa), Henman (Rusedski), Ljubicic (Verdasco, Hanescu), Montanes (Calleri), Hernych (Spadea), Mathieu (Hernych), Gaudio (Hernych), Horna (Mayer, Minar), Novak (Monaco), Kohlmann (Hanescu), H.T.Lee (Calatrava), Safin (Santoro), Youzhny (Vinciguerra), Zib (Greul), Rusedski (Moodie), Nieminen (Novak), Mayer (Monaco), Starace (Moya), Lisnard (Melzer)


2004

10 - Schuettler (Seppi)
9 - Spadea (Serra), Vanek (Ulihrach)
6 - Srichaphan (Robredo)
5 - Acasuso (Patience)
4 - Coria (Gonzalez), Mantilla (Ginepri), A.Martin (Luczak)
3 - Verdasco (Scherrer), Saulnier (Elseneer), Ferrer (Nadal), Roddick (Ljubicic, Haas), Karlovic (Moodie), Moya (Enqvist), Davydenko (Rusedski)
2 - Robredo (Srichaphan), Dupuis (Youzhny), Ferrero (Sluiter), Canas (M.Lopez), Ginepri (Moodie), Corretja (Ferrer), Calleri (Nadal), Kucera (Bogomolov), Ramirez-Hidalgo (Calatrava), Gasquet (Massu), Hewitt (Gaudio), Montanes (Calleri), Saretta (Ancic), Horna (Youzhny), Santoro (Clement), Safin (Starace), Malisse (A.Costa), Gaudio (Coria), K.Beck (Marray), Ferrero (Koubek), Schalken (Enqvist), Baker (Moodie), Novak (Bjorkman), Monaco (M.Lopez), Gonzalez (Dent), Saulnier (Rusedski), Seppi (Schuettler), Sargsian (Mathieu), T.Johansson (F.Lopez), Bjorkman (A.Costa), Safin (Mirnyi), Volandri (Soderling), Pavel (Fish)
1 - Dupuis (Popp), Moya (Goldstein), Kuerten (Corretja, Volandri, T.Johansson), Patience (Andreev), T.Martin (Dupuis & Nieminen), Gambill (W.Ferreira), Mirnyi (Sargsian, Soderling), van Scheppingen (Al-Ghareeb), Henman (Roddick), Ivanisevic (Escude), Philippoussis (Spadea, Zabaleta), Youzhny (Pavel), Safin (Mantilla), Henman (Llodra), J.Delgado (Dent), Bjorkman (Safin), Beck (Henman), Rusedski (Kucera, Beck, J.Johansson), Dent (Hanescu), Haas (Dupuis), Hernych (Kuerten), Srichaphan (Okun), Sargsian (Massu), Starace (Fyrstenberg), Nalbandian (Wang), Carraz (Arthurs), Davydenko (Youzhny)


2003

7 - Federer (S.Draper)
6 - Dupuis (Bogdanovic), Gaudio (Gasquet)
5 - Ancic (Dent), N.Lapentti (Nadal), Kuerten (Philippoussis)
4 - Santoro (C.Rochus), Escude (Ancic), Clement (Kucera), Corretja (O.Rochus), A.Martin (Karlovic), D.Sanchez (Acasuso), Federer (Verkerk)
3 - Krajicek (Stepanek), Sanguinetti (Mirnyi), Roddick (H.T.Lee), Kuerten (Coutelot), Schalken (Santoro), Hewitt (El Aynaoui), A.Costa (Federer), Arazi (Mutis), Spadea (Ljubicic), Meligeni (Spadea), Novak (Moya), Verkerk (Horna), Vicente (Sanguinetti), Burgsmuller (Verkerk), Galvani (Boutter), Gimelstob (Morrison), F.Lopez (Mantilla), Ferreira (Hewitt), Chela (Gonzalez), N.Lapentti (Hanescu), Massu (Mathieu), Koubek (Mirnyi), O.Rochus (Mantilla),
2 - Davydenko (Ljubicic), Varlet (Malisse), Clement (Dupuis), Safin (Gaudio), O.Rochus (A.Costa), Sa (J.Delgado), Srichaphan (Mutis), Saretta (Calleri), Abel (Dupuis), Srichaphan (Delic), Volandri (Gonzalez), Ferrero (Cermak, W.Ferreira), Roddick (Fish), R.Delgado (Grosjean), Verkerk (Bogomolov Jr.), Dupuis (Youzhny), Carlsen (Ferreiro), Mirnyi (Behrend), Soderling (S.Draper), Spadea (Koubek), Ginepri (Dent), Federer (Agassi)
1 - H.T.Lee (Ferrero), Roddick (El Aynaoui, Nalbandian), Agassi (Voltchkov), Gonzalez (Ramirez-Hidalgo, Mutis), Schuettler (Mirnyi), Massu (Vicente), Browne (Squillari), El Aynaoui (Massu), Benneteau (Sluiter), Srichaphan (Luczak), Nieminen (Varlet), Henman (Sanguinetti, Roddick), Roddick (Agassi), C.Rochus (Vliegen), Moodie (Vahaly), M.Bryan (Okun), Larose (Acasuso), Arazi (Chang), Lisnard (M.Norman), Sargsian (Delic), Dent (Gonzalez), Melzer (Beck, Robredo), Hernandez (D.Sanchez), Pavel (Hrbaty), Moya (Gaudio), Chela (Novak)


2002

7 - Rios (Ljubicic)
6 - F.Lopez (Canas), Moya (Grosjean)
5 - Ljubicic (Siemerink), Malisse (Ljubicic)
4 - Goldstein (Arthurs), Hewitt (Srichaphan), N.Lapentti (Labadze), Corretja (Clement), N.Lapentti (J.Delgado), Grosjean (Ulihrach), Spadea (Ancic)
3 - Ljubicic (Ulihrach), El Aynaoui (Pless, Mathieu), Tabara (Ivanisevic), Santoro (Sargsian), Escude (Grosjean), Coria (Saretta), Malisse (Martin), Grosjean (Nalbandian), Novak (Blake), Nalbandian (Ferrero, Henman), Kafelnikov (Waske), Acasuso (Pavel), M.Norman (Zabaleta)
2 - Robredo (Gambill), Calatrava (Hrbaty), Koubek (Saulnier), Escude (Calatrava), W.Ferreira (Ljubicic), Tabara (Voinea), Enqvist (Kafelnikov), Sanguinetti (Carlsen), N.Lapentti (Saretta), Boutter (Lisnard), Massu (Calleri), Chela (Massu), Vicente (Haas), Hewitt (Agassi), F.Lopez (Malisse), Voinea (Ancic, Ljubicic), Pavel (Haas), T.Johansson (Sampras), Spadea (Voinea), Santoro (Pless), Rios (Meligeni), D.Norman (Ulihrach), Safin (Arthurs), Kafelnikov (Gaudio)
1 - Haas (Federer), Henman (Santoro), Sargsian (Bjorkman), Gambill (Arthurs, O.Rochus), M.Lopez (Robredo), Galvani (Ljubicic), Enqvist (Blake), Heuberger (G.Muller), F.Lopez (Ecomonidis), T.Johansson (Ljubicic), Ferrero (Mantilla, Enqvist), Mathieu (A.Martin, Pless), Kuerten (Coria), Rios (D.Sanchez), Fish (Motomura), Carlsen (Chela), Moya (Calleri, Gonzalez), Novak (Moya), Santoro (J.Johansson)


2001

9 - Arazi (Haas), Mantilla (Portas)
7 - Mirnyi (Bjorkman)
5 - Rosset (Ljubicic), Larsson (Siemerink), D.Sanchez (Zabaleta), N.Lapentti (Clement)
4 - Gambill (Ilie), Kuerten (Henman), Kratochvil (Clement)
3 - Rosset (Voltchkov, Zimonjic), Gambill (Woodruff, Arthurs), Ferrero (Hrbaty), Dupuis (Saretta), Sampras (Kauffman), Canas (Medvedev), Federer (Massu)
2 - Clement (Grosjean), Wessels (Calatrava, Safin), Grosjean (Moya), Puentes (Dupuis), Gross (Arthurs), Massu (Charpentier), Ferrero (Voinea), Ondruska (Ljubicic), Stoliarov (Pioline), Koubek (Schuettler), Robredo (Pavel), Ivanisevic (Voltchkov), Agassi (Rusedski), Haas (Enqvist), Mirnyi (Kuerten, Ivanisevic), Malisse (Clement), Boutter (Bastl), Vinciguerra (Ivanisevic)
1 - Ulihrach (Escude), Rusedski (Kuerten), C.Rochus (Gimelstob), Bruguera (Levy), Hantschk (Zib, Gaudio), Corretja (Siemerink), Gambill (Gaudio), Federer (T.Johansson), Robredo (El Aynaoui), Escude (Bastl), Luzzi (Liukko), Portas (Arazi), Grosejan (Calleri), Puerta (Clement), Kuerten (Russell), Rafter (Federer, Safin), Parmar (Sa), El Aynaoui (Flygt), Fish (Stoliarov), Godwin (Carlsen), Siemerink (Sa), Clavet (Diaz), Boutter (Acasuso, Hrabty), Coria (Mantilla), T.Johansson (Enqvist), Brasington (Pozzi), Nalbandian (Escude), Kafelnikov (Hrbaty, Youzhny), Hrbaty (Safin), Okun (Arthurs), Arazi (Schalken), Ljubicic (W.Ferreira, Safin), Canas (Henman), Medvedev (Haas), W.Ferreira (Grosjean), Enqvist (Roddick), N.Lapentti (Dupuis).


2000

6 - Sell (Escude), Haas (Miketa)
5 - Gambill (O'Brien), T.Johansson (Bjorkman)
4 - Ivanisevic (Saulnier), Agassi (Henman), Dupuis (Ilie), M.Norman (Mirnyi), Moya (Gambill),
3 - T.Martin (Black), Portas (Kuerten), Clavet (Kafelnikov), Medvedev (Humphries), Arazi (Lareau), Safin (Sampras), Clement (Bastl), Rafter (Koubek), Pozzi (Kucera)
2 - Fromberg (Enqvist), Federer (Ljubicic), Chela (Kuerten), Enqvist (Pioline, Philippoussis), Calatrava (Goldstein), Rios (Pavel), Agassi (T.Martin), M.Norman (Enqvist), Pioline (Rusedski), Ferrero (Mantilla, H.T.Lee), Balcells (Hantschk), Schalken (Arazi), Moya (Rosset), Henman (Federer), Prinosil (Chang)
1 - Corretja (Arazi), Hrbaty (Safin), Behrend (Rosset), Safin (Kroslak), Liukko (T.Johansson), A.Costa (Corretja), Puerta (Kuerten), Sa (Malisse), Fromberg (Pavel), Tillstrom (Puerta), Kafelnikov (Vicente, Boutter), Popp (Chang), Davydenko (Zabaleta), Kucera (Capalik), T.Martin (Moya), Stoliarov (Rusedski), M.Norman (Pavel), Clement (Calatrava), Federer (Hewitt), Arazi (Enqvist)

ExcaliburII
11-27-2006, 12:12 AM
For this stats I count only matches from ATP Tour :) Although I would like to count challenger matches as well. Unfortunately it's tough because at atptennis.com doesn't write about challengers :(
Canas saved match points against Berlocq, Echagaray and Lapentti?

yes.

DarkMarc
11-29-2006, 08:19 PM
wow just had a short look at the statistics and noticed that haas was involved in pretty many matches that included match points-saving winner (unfortunetely most times on the loser side :rolleyes: )

Voo de Mar
11-29-2006, 10:16 PM
wow just had a short look at the statistics and noticed that haas was involved in pretty many matches that included match points-saving winner (unfortunetely most times on the loser side :rolleyes: )

Besides these matches Tommy
- defeated Miketa (Stuttgart 2000) after saving 6 match points and
- lost to Corretja (Lyon 1998) after wasting one match point.

dijus
12-01-2006, 12:39 PM
great stats mate

swietna robota !!

Voo de Mar
12-01-2006, 12:55 PM
Stats of the Top 20 players considering their involvement in MP matches and SP sets.

An exemplary Djokovic's 2012 season:
2-0 & 2-2 means he won in that particular year two matches saving at least 1 MP and didn't lose any having MP. He also won two sets when he was a SP-down and lost two sets wasting a set point. If a player wins for example 6-3 5-7 6-2 blowing MP in the 2nd set I count it as SP.

What this stats tell us? Approaching every season we can expect that majority of the notable players will be involved at least once in an MP match and every one of them will be involved in a few sets of SPs saved/wasted.

As I mentioned a couple of times, Murray had very long period - for tennis standards (over two years) - when he had been winning all sets once he got a set(match) point, and suddenly lost three matches in the 2012 season within three weeks wasting match points. It's bizarre stuff, and the only explanation I think is that he had been so concentrated at the most crucial stages of so many sets that something in his mental focus finally let him down, and coincidently it happened in the MP sets.

The comprehensive statistics of set points saved/wasted has been possible to generating only since 2010, however, I know all sets of this type (by tiny margin of error) as far as the best players born in the 1980s are concerned: Hewitt, Federer, Nadal etc.

2013

MP SP
1 Nadal, Rafael - 4-2
2 Djokovic, Novak - 3-3
3 Ferrer, David 0-1 3-3
4 Murray, Andy 1-0 4-1
5 Del Potro, J. Martin 2-1 4-1
6 Federer, Roger 0-1 3-2
7 Berdych, Tomas 3-2 5-4
8 Wawrinka, Stanislas - 3-4
9 Gasquet, Richard 1-0 1-7
10 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried 2-1 4-2
11 Raonic, Milos 1-1 5-5
12 Haas, Tommy 2-1 5-3
13 Almagro, Nicolas 0-1 4-6
14 Isner, John 2-1 10-4
15 Youzhny, Mikhail 3-0 3-2
16 Fognini, Fabio 2-1 3-3
17 Nishikori, Kei 1-0 2-1
18 Robredo, Tommy 2-0 0-3
19 Simon, Gilles 1-0 2-2
20 Anderson, Kevin 1-1 3-3
21 Janowicz, Jerzy - 5-5


2012

1 Djokovic, Novak 2-0 2-2
2 Federer, Roger - 4-2
3 Murray, Andy 0-3 7-0
4 Nadal, Rafael - 3-0
5 Ferrer, David 2-0 4-2
6 Berdych, Tomas 0-1 3-7
7 Del Potro, J.Martin - 8-3
8 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried 0-2 5-3
9 Tipsarevic, Janko 2-1 6-7
10 Almagro, Nicolas 2-1 0-1
10 Gasquet, Richard 0-1 1-5
12 Monaco, Juan 1-0 2-0
13 Raonic, Milos 2-0 5-4
14 Isner, John 2-1 6-3
15 Cilic, Marin - 2-4
16 Simon, Gilles 0-1 1-3
17 Wawrinka, Stanislas 0-1 0-4
18 Dolgopolov, Alexandr 2-1 2-4
19 Nishikori, Kei 0-2 4-1
20 Kohlschreiber, Phil - 3-3


2011

1 Djokovic, Novak 2-0 2-3
2 Nadal, Rafael - 5-2
3 Federer, Roger 0-1 3-3
4 Murray, Andy - 4-0
5 Ferrer, David 1-0 3-2
6 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried 1-0 6-1
7 Berdych, Tomas 2-2 3-1
8 Fish, Mardy 1-1 1-4
9 Tipsarevic, Janko 0-2 3-5
10 Almagro, Nicolas 2-0 4-1
11 Del Potro, J.Martin 1-0 5-6
12 Simon, Gilles - 4-4
13 Soderling, Robin 2-0 2-1
14 Roddick, Andy - 5-4
15 Dolgopolov, Alexandr 1-0 4-3
16 Monfils, Gael 2-1 6-2
17 Wawrinka, Stanislas - 3-4
18 Isner, John 0-6 8-1
19 Gasquet, Richard - 1-2
20 Lopez, Feliciano 1-5 4-2


2010

1 Nadal, Rafael 2-1 2-1
2 Federer, Roger 0-4 3-2
3 Djokovic, Novak 2-0 4-3
4 Murray, Andy 0-1 4-3
5 Soderling, Robin 1-0 4-3
6 Berdych, Tomas 1-0 2-2
7 Ferrer, David 1-0 2-1
8 Roddick, Andy 0-1 3-7
9 Verdasco, Fernando 1-1 1-5
10 Youzhny, Mikhail 3-0 1-4
11 Melzer, Jurgen 1-2 6-4
12 Monfils, Gael 3-0 8-2
13 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried - 5-1
14 Cilic, Marin - 4-4
15 Almagro, Nicolas 1-0 3-4
16 Fish, Mardy - 5-0
17 Ljubicic, Ivan - 3-3
18 Querrey, Samuel 3-1 3-6
19 Isner, John 3-1 5-3
20 Baghdatis, Marcos 1-1 2-3

Yashirobai
01-13-2007, 06:31 PM
Ljubicic also saved a couple of match points against Mikhail Youzhny in the Doha QF.

Moya saved 5 instead of 3 against Verdasco too, if I am not wrong.

Voo de Mar
01-13-2007, 07:03 PM
Ljubicic also saved a couple of match points against Mikhail Youzhny in the Doha QF.

Moya saved 5 instead of 3 against Verdasco too, if I am not wrong.

Maybe, I didn't see these matches but here are pieces of information:

"Youzhny got off to a good start, taking the first set after breaking Ljubicic in the third and fifth games. But Ljubicic came back strongly, serving 18 aces to shut out Youzhny who had his chances in both the second and third sets. Ljubicic saved a break-point in the eighth game of the second set and the second game of the third to wrap up the match"
- nothing about a match point. If it's truth that Ljubo saved a break-point at 2-6, 3:4 (bp) we can say "he saved a mini-match-point".

"Moya saved a match point in his first-round win over Australian wildcard Luke Bourgeois, five match points in his second-round victory over fellow Spaniard Fernando Verdasco then came from 5-3 down in the third set to beat Marcos Bhagdatis of Cyprus in the quarter-finals".
"In other second-round play, Austrian Jurgen Melzer topped Aussie Chris Guccione 7-6 (7-3), 6-3 and former world No. 1 Spaniard Carlos Moya saved three match points before outlasting his countryman Fernando Verdasco 4-6, 7-6 (11-9), 6-3."

So :shrug:

Moya said:
"But here, in the first match I saved one match point playing so-so, second match I played better, saved five match points. It gives you a lot of confidence, no matter against what players you did it."

Anyway thanks Yashirobai, I've changed Moya from 3 to 5 :)

Voo de Mar
01-13-2007, 07:05 PM
"Youzhny got off to a good start, taking the first set after breaking Ljubicic in the third and fifth games. But Ljubicic came back strongly, serving 18 aces to shut out Youzhny who had his chances in both the second and third sets. Ljubicic saved a break-point in the eighth game of the second set and the second game of the third to wrap up the match"

Hmmm, breaks in the 3rd and 5th game in the first set... if it's truth, Youzhny couldn't had a break point in the 8th game of the 2nd set because...
1st set: 1:2 (break), 1:4 (break) = Ljubicic served as a first player in the 2nd set and in the 8th game only Youzhny could served.

Alonsofz
01-22-2007, 04:19 PM
Challenger La Serena 2007:

5: Cuevas (Hormazábal)
3: Podlipnik/Urzúa (Delgado/Sá)
2: Eitzinger (Berlocq), Delgado/Sá (Hernández/Marín)
1: Zabaleta (Hartfield), Hormazábal/Olivares (Ferreiro/Ghem)

:yeah:

RickDaStick
01-22-2007, 09:39 PM
Ljubicic DID NOT face match points vs Youzhny, only vs Soderling in the semis.

El Legenda
01-22-2007, 09:56 PM
Ljubicic has been in 14 matches in which he saved MP or wasted :eek:

Voo de Mar
01-22-2007, 10:07 PM
Ljubicic has been in 14 matches in which he saved MP or wasted :eek:

I think from active players he lost the most matches after wasting a match point. Thirteen in all!

2000
2 - Federer (Marseille)

2001
5 - Rosset (Milan)
2 - Ondruska (Roland Garros)

2002
7 - Rios (Sydney)
2 - Ferreira (Australian Open)
2 - Voinea (Miami)
1 - Galvani (Barcelona)
1 - T.Johansson (Toronto)
5 - Malisse (Cincinnati)

2003
2 - Davydenko (Adelaide)
3 - Spadea (Monte Carlo)

2004
3 - Roddick (Indianapolis)

2006
1 - Tursunov (Wimbledon)

Voo de Mar
01-22-2007, 10:12 PM
Ljubo won eight matches after saving a match point:

2007:
2 - Soderling

2006:
1 - Vliegen

2005:
1 - Verdasco, Hanescu

2002:
5 - Siemerink
3 - Ulihrach

2001:
1 - W.Ferreira, Safin

So, record 8-13 in MP's isn't good for 3rd player in the world :shrug:

Voo de Mar
01-23-2007, 01:42 PM
I think from active players he lost the most matches after wasting a match point. Thirteen in all!


I know also that Ljubo wasted 1 match point in the qualification match to Paris-Bercy 1999 where he was defeated 6-4 6-7(5) 5-7 by Chang.

ChinoRios4Ever
02-27-2007, 04:52 AM
2004 Athens Olympic Games Doubles Final
Gonzalez/Massu d. Kiefer/Schuettler 6-3 4-6 3-6 7-6 (7) 6-4
they saved 4 mp in the 4th set TB at 6-2*, 2 on Kiefer's serve

Alonsofz
02-27-2007, 12:17 PM
Youzhny saved 3 MP's against Djokovic at Rotterdam's semifinals.

Voo de Mar
02-27-2007, 01:17 PM
Youzhny saved 3 MP's against Djokovic at Rotterdam's semifinals.

It is written on the first post in this thread :) :shrug:

Alonsofz
03-10-2007, 02:59 PM
Mahut saved 1 MP against Mónaco serving 5-6 in 3rd. set of 1st. round in IW.

Voo de Mar
03-10-2007, 05:22 PM
Mahut saved 1 MP against Mónaco serving 5-6 in 3rd. set of 1st. round in IW.

Thanks, it isn't written on the official IW webpage, but I trust you Alonsofz and just added :D

Alonsofz
03-13-2007, 03:50 AM
And now Ferrero saved 3 MP's against Acasuso in 3rd. round of IW... Ferrero won 4-6, 7-6(8), 6-4, and he was down 4-6* and *7-8 in 2nd. set TB... :rolleyes:

Voo de Mar
03-13-2007, 03:55 AM
And now Ferrero saved 3 MP's against Acasuso in 3rd. round of IW... Ferrero won 4-6, 7-6(8), 6-4, and he was down 4-6* and *7-8 in 2nd. set TB... :rolleyes:

Two years ago Ferrero also saved MP in the second set TB against Chucho in Basel. But Chucho won the match 6-3 6-7(7) 6-3.

Voo de Mar
03-31-2007, 03:28 PM
Here are some matches from years 1998-99 with MP's saved. I know that this stats is incomplete (maybe some errors) but better something than nothing from this period of time ;)


1999

10 - A.Martin (Voinea)
6 - Mirnyi (Zib)
5 - Ilie (Corretja, Woodruff), Siemerink (Rafter)
4 - Mantilla (A.Costa), M.Norman (Rios), Rusedski (T.Martin)
3 - M.Norman (Santoro), Nestor (Philippoussis), Grosjean (Moya), Vicente (Arazi), Haas (Henman), Becker (MacLagan), Henman (Courier), Agassi (Escude), Sampras (Clavet)
2 - Karbacher (Rusedski), Arazi (Kafelnikov), N.Lapentti (T.Johansson), Federer (Raoux), Grosjean (Damm, Nestor), Clavet (W.Ferreira), T.Martin (Gambill), Sanguinetti (Heuberger), Schalken (Chang), N.Lapentti (Kiefer), Clement (Pioline), Courier (Schalken), Rios (Gumy), Voinea (M.Norman), Raoux (Larsson), W.Ferreira (Gambill), Fromberg (W.Ferreira), Escude (Gustafsson), Spadea (Tieleman), Ferrero (Sargsian), Chang (Pioline)
1 - Yong-Il (Paes), Kroslak (Henman), Meligeni (Henman), Zabaleta (Grosjean, Sluiter), Rios (Zabaleta), Dosedel (Di Pasquale), Corretja (Squillari) Philippoussis (Reneberg), Rafter (Pavel), Canas (Lee), A.Martin (Dosedel), Clavet (Kohlmann), Marin (Kulti), Spadea (Kuerten, Grosjean), W.Ferreira (Woodforde), Agenor (Ullyett), Rusedski (Kiefer), Courier (Di Pasquale), N.Lapentti (Siemerink, Gustafson), Woodbridge (H.T.Lee), Schalken (Clement), Krajicek (Bastl), Rosset (Ivanisevic)


1998

9 - Mantilla (Berasategui), M.Rodriguez (Canas)
8 - Krajicek (Henman)
6 - Dosedel (N.Lapentti), Zabaleta (Dosedel)
5 - Rusedski (Raoux), Imaz (Martelli), Kiefer (Viloca)
4 - Medvedev (Calatrava), Kafelnikov (Dosedel), Canas (Stafford), Kuerten (Clavet), Agassi (Kucera), Marques (Zimonjic)
3 - Van Herck (Novak), Santoro (Canas), Woodforde (T.Johansson), B.Black (Lareau), Becker (Bastl), Spadea (Gimelstob), Moya (Chang), Philippoussis (T.Johansson), Corretja (Sampras)
2 - Kucera (Tebbutt), Rusedski (Rosset), Schalken (Fromberg), T.Johansson (Carlsen), Courier (Bjorkman), W.Ferreira (Sampras), Prinosil (Ferreira), Alami (Dosedel), J.Sanchez (Golmard), Pioline (Berasategui), Corretja (Kuerten), Zabaleta (Vicente), W.Ferreira (Stoltenberg), Vacek (Stoltenberg), Rusedski (W.Ferreira), Puerta (Vicente)
1 - Hewitt (Woodforde), Ivanisevic (Rosset), Arazi (Philippoussis), Van Lottum (Martin), Gambill (B.Black), Goellner (Rusedski), Kucera (Raoux), Carlsen (Ulihrach), Siemerink (Ivanisevic), Medvedev (Ivanisevic, Ivanisevic), Calatrava (Gumy), A.Costa (Medvedev), Krajicek (Kafelnikov), Santoro (Hrbaty), Bracciali (Lee), Black (Fromberg), Rafter (Medvedev), Tieleman (Henman), Dreekmann (Becker), Godwin (Gimelstob), Portas (Santoro), Draper (N.Lapentti), Korda (Ivanisevic), Rusedski (Ulihrach, Paes), Santopadre (M.Norman), Di Pasquale (Voinea), Schiessling (Safin), Corretja (Haas), Kafelnikov (Henman), T.Martin (Rafter), R.Delgado (Courier), Mantilla (Courier)

Tom Paulman
04-01-2007, 12:36 PM
Guccione already lost 3 matches where he had a MP this year. Impressive.

Voo de Mar
04-01-2007, 02:20 PM
Guccione already lost 3 matches where he had a MP this year. Impressive.

Ljubo did it 6 times in 2002. Guccione is scarcely in the half way ;)

Alonsofz
04-01-2007, 08:40 PM
Now, I remember that Gilles Müller saved 2 MP's against Paul Capdeville in Washington 2006 1st. round to win 3-6, 7-6(7), 4-0, ret.

Capdeville was 6-4* in the TB and then he retired in 3rd. set because he had respiratory problems... :sad:

And Fernando González saved 1 MP against Wawrinka in Miami 2006 2nd. round to win 3-6, 6-2, 7-6(1).

:wavey:

Voo de Mar
04-01-2007, 09:49 PM
^ Thanks Alonsofz :yeah: Added.

Alonsofz
04-07-2007, 05:04 PM
Peruvian Iván Miranda saved 2 MP's against mexican Santiago González serving 4-5 in the 5th. set to win 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 5-7, 8-6 :worship:

He was leading *4-1 in the 4th. set, and then choked :o

Greg-Pete fan
04-23-2007, 01:00 PM
Voo de Mar - Do you have the same list, but from 1991 to 1997?:)

Voo de Mar
04-23-2007, 01:06 PM
Voo de Mar - Do you have the same list, but from 1991 to 1997?:)

No, I don't :( but I know from these years some matches with "MP saved".

Greg-Pete fan
04-23-2007, 01:39 PM
No, I don't :( but I know from these years some matches with "MP saved".

Yes, I know:) So maybe you will write them here or send me PM. Please;)

RickDaStick
04-23-2007, 10:29 PM
Hanley/Ullyett saved 1 match point vs Ljubo/Gonzo in Monte Carlo.

Voo de Mar
04-23-2007, 10:34 PM
Hanley/Ullyett saved 1 match point vs Ljubo/Gonzo in Monte Carlo.

Thanks Ivan :yeah: Added.
I wonder how many match points saved in Barcelona 1st round Nicolas Almagro and Marcel Granollers-Pujol against Teimuraz Gabashvili and Potito Starace. Does anybody know?

GustavoM_Fan
04-24-2007, 04:32 AM
It is a challenger match (Bermuda), but Zabaleta saved 1 match point last week in his SF match vs Devilder....... :rolleyes:

Fata_1985
05-19-2007, 02:28 PM
2006
7 - Soderling (Gimelstob)
Where?
At Nottingham or Cincinnati?

2006
2 - Soderling (Gimelstob)
Where?
At Nottingham or Cincinnati?

2003
5 - Ancic (Dent)
Where?
At Davis Cup or St. Poelten?

2002
2 - Robredo (Gambill)
Where?
They didn't play in 2002.

2002
1 - Gambill (Arthurs)
Where?
At San Jose or Delray Beach?

2001
4 - Kuerten (Henman)
Where?
At Cincinnati or Indianapolis?

2001
2 - Mirnyi (Kuerten)
Where?
At Stuttgard or Hamburg?

2000
4 - Moya (Gambill)
Where?
At Long Island or Toulouse?

2000
1 - Kafelnikov (Vicente)
Where?
At Roland Garros, Halle or Toronto?

Voo de Mar
05-19-2007, 03:36 PM
Good questions? :yeah:

2006
7 - Soderling (Gimelstob)
Where?
At Nottingham or Cincinnati?

Cincinnati


2006
2 - Soderling (Gimelstob)
Where?
At Nottingham or Cincinnati?

Nottingham


2003
5 - Ancic (Dent)
Where?
At Davis Cup or St. Poelten?

Davis Cup


2002
2 - Robredo (Gambill)
Where?
They didn't play in 2002.

They played in Hopman's Cup final. Robredo won 6-3 2-6 7-6(2).


2002
1 - Gambill (Arthurs)
Where?
At San Jose or Delray Beach?

Delray Beach


2001
4 - Kuerten (Henman)
Where?
At Cincinnati or Indianapolis?

Cincinnati


2001
2 - Mirnyi (Kuerten)
Where?
At Stuttgart or Hamburg?

Stuttgart


2000
4 - Moya (Gambill)
Where?
At Long Island or Toulouse?

Toulouse


2000
1 - Kafelnikov (Vicente)
Where?
At Roland Garros, Halle or Toronto?

Halle

:wavey:

Forever-Delayed
06-20-2007, 03:40 PM
Damn/Paes saved 2 MP's against Devilder/Bennetaeu and Kohlmanb/Lindstedt saved 1 MP against Levisnky/Skoch in Rosmalen yesterday

Voo de Mar
06-20-2007, 03:45 PM
Damn/Paes saved 2 MP's against Devilder/Bennetaeu and Kohlmanb/Lindstedt saved 1 MP against Levisnky/Skoch in Rosmalen yesterday

:yeah: Damm/Paes are already "in", Kohlmann will be added in a moment.

Archer16
06-29-2007, 09:54 PM
A few questions:
What is the greatest number of match points saved without, eventually, saving the match?
Excluding that amazing 1930 DC that was mentioned before, match the most I can think of is Kuerten winning the 2000 RG on the 11th match point (all in the 4th set, of course).
What is the record for set points saved?

Voo de Mar
06-29-2007, 10:07 PM
A few questions:
1) What is the greatest number of match points saved without, eventually, saving the match?
Excluding that amazing 1930 DC that was mentioned before, match the most I can think of is Kuerten winning the 2000 RG on the 11th match point (all in the 4th set, of course).
2) What is the record for set points saved?

1) :shrug: That match from RG final 2000 is the strongest case which I know. I've never heard that someone lost a match after saving 11 match points.
2) I know only matches with saving 8 set points. I suppose the record may comes from the longest tie-break in doubles (26:24). On the assumption that both duos have been winning own services in that tie-break alternately, the pair who eventually won the match, could have saved 10 set points - but it's only hypothesis.

AceMaker
07-01-2007, 07:08 PM
today, Olivier Patience saves 2 MP and won the match vs Felix Mantilla

Reggio Emilia Challenger

Voo de Mar
07-21-2007, 02:33 AM
"Match points saved record" of some players who were active in 2007 (after quarterfinals in Amersfoort, Stuttgart & LA):

J.Acasuso 4-5
N.Almagro 0-3
M.Ancic 3-7
I.Andreev 4-2
W.Arthurs 0-9
M.Baghdatis 0-1
Ben.Becker 1-0
T.Berdych 3-1
J.Blake 1-7
A.Calleri 1-6
G.Canas 6-4
J.Chela 4-1
A.Clement 6-7
G.Coria 5-2
N.Davydenko 4-1
N.Djokovic 1-1
R.Federer 10-7
D.Ferrer 4-2
J.Ferrero 13-5
M.Fish 2-3
J.Gambill 9-3
R.Gasquet 2-1
G.Gaudio 5-5
P.Goldstein 2-6
F.Gonzalez 8-7
C.Guccione 0-3
S.Grosjean 7-9
T.Haas 6-8
T.Henman 14-11
L.Hewitt 6-3
D.Hrbaty 3-4
T.Johansson 7-9
I.Karlovic 6-1
N.Kiefer 3-4
P.Kohlschreiber 2-0
S.Koubek 2-3
G.Kuerten 9-8
N.Lapentti 12-1 (!!)
F.Lopez 7-4
I.Ljubicic 8-13
X.Malisse 5-2
F.Mantilla 7-7
N.Massu 6-5
F.Mayer 2-1
P.Mathieu 2-7
J.Melzer 3-1
M.Mirnyi 8-6
C.Moya 13-8
G.Monfils 0-2
A.Murray 3-0
R.Nadal 3-4
D.Nalbandian 9-2
J.Nieminen 4-2
O.Patience 1-3
A.Pavel 5-8
M.Philippoussis 6-6
T.Robredo 4-3
O.Rochus 8-5
A.Roddick 10-8
G.Rusedski 16-14
M.Safin 10-7
A.Seppi 2-2
R.Schuettler 2-2
R.Soderling 4-5
V.Spadea 10-4
P.Srichaphan 8-5
P.Starace 2-2
R.Stepanek 1-2
F.Verdasco 2-3
M.Youzhny 3-6
J.Tipsarevic 1-2
D.Tursunov 2-0
M.Zabaleta 5-5

Burrow
07-21-2007, 12:59 PM
lapentti :eek:

Marek.
07-23-2007, 06:49 AM
Nadal is 3-4 :eek: So much for that Spartan fighting spirit :lol:

Oh, and isn't Federer 8-6?

Voo de Mar
07-23-2007, 11:42 AM
Nadal is 3-4 :eek: So much for that Spartan fighting spirit :lol:

Oh, and isn't Federer 8-6?

No, is 10-7. Federer's winning matches after saving MP:
2000
2 - Ljubicic
1 - Hewitt
2001
1 - T.Johansson
3 - Massu
2003
7 - S.Draper
4 - Verkerk
2 - Agassi
2005
2 - Ferrero
2006
4 - O.Rochus
3 - Roddick

Losing:
2000
2 - Henman
2001
1 - Rafter
2002
1 - Haas
2003
3 - A.Costa
2005
1 - Safin
3 - Gasquet
2006
2 - Nadal

Marek.
07-23-2007, 07:01 PM
I didn't see the ones from 2000. Thanks for the correction.:)

Voo de Mar
07-26-2007, 12:23 AM
Yesterday in Poznań (Challenger), Hrbaty had saved 7 match points against Masik and won 6-4 2-6 7-6(9):
- first MP at *4:5, second at *5:6
- another five in the tie-break: 3-6, 7-8, 8-9
Masik is 553rd in the world :crazy:

dijus
08-14-2007, 09:16 PM
what a choker Gordo is

Voo de Mar
08-14-2007, 09:35 PM
what a choker Gordo is

You're right! 2-10 in 5-setters, 1-8 in match points saved :o

Montego
10-13-2007, 03:09 PM
Hello Voo,

only yesterday and today there were some MPs saved

ToJo saved 3 vs Blake
Djokovic saved 2 vs Chela
Karlovic saved 1 vs Clement

Choker Blake.

Voo de Mar
10-13-2007, 03:14 PM
^ Thanks. All the matches are in this thread on the 1st page :) ToJo saved 5 BTW.

Montego
11-10-2007, 04:21 PM
I dont know if you include challengers as well, but today Simone Bolelli won with Michael Berrer in semis of Bratislava after being 2-6 6-6 (4-6) down. He also was 2-6 3-5 down. The final result: 2-6 7-6(6) 6-4

Alonsofz
11-10-2007, 04:25 PM
Not included. :p

Voo de Mar
11-10-2007, 04:54 PM
I dont know if you include challengers as well, but today Simone Bolelli won with Michael Berrer in semis of Bratislava after being 2-6 6-6 (4-6) down. He also was 2-6 3-5 down. The final result: 2-6 7-6(6) 6-4

As Alonso said - it isn't included but every mention from Challenger circuit is always nice to see in my stat-threads :wavey:

Montego
01-09-2008, 09:25 AM
Bernard Tomic from Australia saved 8 matchpoints en route to his 4-6 7-6 (17-15) 7-5 victory in the 1st round of AO qualifiers.

Alonsofz
01-09-2008, 07:22 PM
Bryans saved 2 MPs against Erlich/Ram in Sydney, Hernández/Montañés saved 3 MPs against Allegro/Thomas in Auckland, and Cermak/Zovko saved 2 MPs against Melo/Sá in Auckland.

Montego
01-10-2008, 08:30 AM
Chris Guccione saved one matchpoint at 4-6 6-6 (*5-6) to overcome Tomas Berdych 4-6 7-6 (6) 6-4.

One matchpoint for such a freak as Gooch on his own serve is not too much but still - it applies here :)

Montego
01-17-2008, 08:14 AM
Vinny Ice Spadea saved 3 matchpoints at 5-6 40-A in 5th set to eventually win 9-7 against German Denis Gremelmayr

Montego
01-30-2008, 10:19 PM
MVA struggled to make one out of his three matchpoints at *4-5 in the final set against his compatriot Pico Monaco. Monaco breezed past Arguello after this to win 7-5 in the decider :wavey:

Voo de Mar
02-01-2008, 02:35 PM
Challenger in Wroclaw.
Schuettler saved two match points in two consecutive matches:
2R Darcis 4-6 7-6(8) 6-4
QF Beck 6-3 4-6 7-6(6)

Marek.
02-03-2008, 06:43 AM
Voo, has anyone come back from two sets down saving match points in the last three sets? Thanks in advance.

Voo de Mar
02-03-2008, 11:31 AM
Voo, has anyone come back from two sets down saving match points in the last three sets? Thanks in advance.

Very good question :) I don't know if it has ever happened. The specialist of winning matches after saving MP, Nicolas Lapentti was close at Wimbledon 1996. He saved MP's in the 3rd and 4th set (7 in all) but lost to Luke Milligan 4-6 2-6 7-6(5) 7-6(3) 1-6.
According to my memory, the only scoreline in which could've happened:
Wimbledon 1993, S.Lareau def. J.Svensson 2-6 4-6 7-6(4) 7-6(7) 10-8

:wavey:

Alonsofz
02-03-2008, 09:18 PM
González saved 2 MPs against Cuevas in Viña's SF... what a choker Pablo in the first one. :o

Russian elephant
02-16-2008, 12:12 AM
Nico Lapentti now has 15-1 balance.
He saved 3 MPs vs E.Schwank at 1-6 6-4 *5-6.
0-15
15-15
30-15
30-30
30-40 MP #1
40-40
40-A MP #2
40-40
A-40
40-40
40-A MP #3
40-40
A-40
Game Lapentti

Costa do Sauipe. QF
N.Lapentti def. Schwank 1-6 6-4 7-6(4)

Montego
02-20-2008, 03:42 PM
Andy Seppi was down 3-6 *4-5 30-40 to eventually win 3-6 7-6 7-6 with Hewitt :wavey: Voo

Montego
02-21-2008, 03:16 PM
Voo, was there anyone in history who:

1) Won a match after saving a matchpoint

and then:

2) Lost a match after wasting a matchpoint in the next round

Cause today Seppi was really close of making this feat.

Thanks

Voo de Mar
02-21-2008, 04:11 PM
Voo, was there anyone in history who:

1) Won a match after saving a matchpoint

and then:

2) Lost a match after wasting a matchpoint in the next round

Cause today Seppi was really close of making this feat.

Thanks

It's a rather situation. For sure it was happened in Moscow 2003. Koubek had won a match after saving MP but lost in the next round after wasting MP:
2 Mirnyi 6-3 4-6 7-6(8) - 3 MP's
Q Spadea 6-2 6-7(2) 3-6 - 2 MP's

Voo de Mar
02-21-2008, 04:20 PM
Voo, has anyone come back from two sets down saving match points in the last three sets? Thanks in advance.

I know a couple matches "the best of five" when a player won a match after saving match point in two sets:

CGSC Munich 1993:
Petr Korda d. Pete Sampras 3-6 7-6(3) 3-6 7-6(10) 13-11 - 5 MP's (4, 1)
Davis Cup 1993:
Richard Fromberg d. Marc-Kevin Goellner 3-6 5-7 7-6(7) 6-2 9-7 - 5 MP's (3, 2)
US Open 1994:
Karel Novacek d. Todd Woodbridge 1-6 5-7 7-6(6) 6-2 7-6(3) - 2 MP's (1, 1)
US Open 1999:
(LL)Max Mirnyi d. Tomas Zib 3-6 2-6 7-6(6) 7-6(4) 6-3 - 6 MP's (2, 4)
Wimbledon 2002:
Feliciano Lopez d. Guillermo Canas 4-6 2-6 7-6(7) 7-5 10-8 - 6 MP's
Australian Open 2009:
Victor Hanescu d. Jan Hernych 3-6 3-6 7-6(7) 7-6(4) 8-6 - 2 MP's (1, 1, -)


EDIT: Lopez actually saved 6 match points in the third set

hallso
02-22-2008, 05:03 AM
Haas again! :eek:
wasted 3mp in a row in 2nd set tb against Isner

Marek.
02-22-2008, 05:28 AM
I know a couple matches "the best of five" when a player won a match from 0-2 down after saving match point in two sets:

Davis Cup 1993:
Richard Fromberg d. Marc-Kevin Goellner 3-6 5-7 7-6(7) 6-2 9-7 - 5 MP's (3, 2)
US Open 1994:
Karel Novacek d. (q)Todd Woodbridge 1-6 5-7 7-6(6) 6-2 7-6(3) - 2 MP's (1, 1)
US Open 1999:
(LL)Max Mirnyi d. Tomas Zib 3-6 2-6 7-6(6) 7-6(4) 6-3 - 6 MP's (2, 4)
Wimbledon 2002:
Feliciano Lopez d. (10)Guillermo Canas 4-6 2-6 7-6(7) 7-5 10-8 - 6 MP's (?, ?)

Thanks for the stats. :yeah:

That LaLo Canas match must have been crazy. :eek:

Voo de Mar
02-23-2008, 03:31 AM
Voo, was there anyone in history who:

1) Won a match after saving a matchpoint

and then:

2) Lost a match after wasting a matchpoint in the next round



Speak of the devil... Isner achieved this in San Jose... :D
2 Haas 4-6 7-6(6) 6-3 - 3 MP's
Q Garcia-Lopez 6-7(4) 7-6(1) 6-7(11) - 4 MP's

Voo de Mar
02-26-2008, 04:43 AM
That LaLo Canas match must have been crazy. :eek:

[...]

I delated what had been written because of incorreect translation from Spanish into English.

Renaud
02-28-2008, 06:13 PM
Lacko saved 3 matches point against Minar in the first round in the last TB and 4 more against Haider-Maurer in the second round. He was led 5/7 6/6 (2/6). Then he won 18 consecutive points to lead 3/0 in the third.
:eek:

Voo de Mar
02-28-2008, 06:28 PM
Lacko saved 2 matches point against Minar in the first round in the last TB and 4 more against Haider-Maurer in the second round. He was led 5/7 6/6 (2/6). Then he won 18 consecutive points to lead 3/0 in the third.
:eek:

Thx for this info :yeah: We should add it's a Challenger in Cherbourg :wavey:

Montego
02-29-2008, 09:12 PM
Jonas Bjorkman was 1-6 6-2 6-6 (*5-6) down to win 8-6 in final set tiebreak against Donald Young in Memphis

Montego
03-03-2008, 11:12 PM
A fiesta of matchpoints in Querrey - Grosjean match.

Querrey won the match on his 5th matchpoint, he wasted 6-3 lead in 3rd set tiebreak, while Grosjean had one at *7-8.

Good for Querrey to win after saving the MP after devastating defeat to Nishikori.

Voo de Mar
03-03-2008, 11:26 PM
Querrey won the match on his 5th matchpoint, he wasted 6-3 lead in 3rd set tiebreak, while Grosjean had one at *7-8.


Thx, you're very helpful :yeah:
Lucky Sam, it could be a nightmare to lose two matches within one month having triple match point twice :D

Xavidbz
03-04-2008, 03:08 PM
Did Gasquet/Santoro save any MPs in today's match against Ferrer/Verdasco? I guess they did.

Montego
03-06-2008, 08:42 PM
Record alert, record alert !!!!

Evgeni Korolev was 5-2 *40-15 up in the 2nd set. Then it was 5-2 Ad-40 twice. Makes four. Then he was *3-5 30-40 up and had one or two more advantages. At 5-4 he had *Ad-40 three or four times. Right now it is 6-3 *5-6 for Korolev (if the SB is not wrong, as livescore tickers already have it as 6-3 6-3)

Montego
03-06-2008, 08:54 PM
Damn, Korolev won 6-3 7-6(4). He converted his 13th (!!!!!) matchpoint.

Albop
03-06-2008, 08:59 PM
:awww:

Voo de Mar
03-07-2008, 04:39 AM
Poor Fena, he could win this tie-break and third set 6-0 to set a new record :awww:

Masta_Rue
03-14-2008, 12:16 AM
I can remember Hartfield saving a MP against Vik in Stuttgart 2006..

Voo de Mar
03-14-2008, 12:28 AM
I can remember Hartfield saving a MP against Vik in Stuttgart 2006..

Updated.

Montego
03-16-2008, 10:17 AM
Tursunov - Chela 7-6 5-3* 15-40 and 7-6 6-6 6-5*. Total: three MPs

Final score: Tursunov - Chela 7-6 6-7 4-6

Tursunov :retard: It is always good for tennis when brainless ballbashers lose.

fabolous
03-30-2008, 11:44 AM
voo, do you also count qualifying matches? if yes, fognini saved one MP to win against warburg two weeks ago in indian wells.

Voo de Mar
03-30-2008, 02:43 PM
voo, do you also count qualifying matches? if yes, fognini saved one MP to win against warburg two weeks ago in indian wells.

I don't count qualifying matches but it's always nice to read in this thread about Challengers or qualifying matches with MP saved :)

fabolous
03-30-2008, 07:35 PM
I don't count qualifying matches but it's always nice to read in this thread about Challengers or qualifying matches with MP saved :)

ah ok, i wasn't sure. but i guess it would be very difficult to follow all qualie matches.

keep on your good work!

osalsyst
04-12-2008, 04:07 PM
Hey Voo, I think you're missing a match from this year but I might be wrong. Didn't Sirianni save 15-40 against Mathieu at 5-6 in the third in Adelaide this year?

Voo de Mar
04-12-2008, 04:35 PM
^ Probably you're right. There is a thread about this match but "match point issue" is a little bit confusing there. http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=114925

I've found this
Mathieu tightened up in the third and had several opportunities, including two match points at 6-5 on Sirianni's serve, to win. However, Sirianni survived through a combination of grit and good fortune, eventually claiming victory from his second match point in the tie-breaker.

and this
Si deux balles de match n'auront pas suffi à l'un, elles l'ont été à l'autre. Après deux occasions de rallier les demi-finales d'Adelaide, Paul-Henri Mathieu a plié dans le jeu décisif de la dernière manche. La seconde balle de match de Joseph Sirianni a été la bonne pour cet Australien issu des qualifications : il prive ainsi le Français, cinq fois demi-finaliste et vainqueur de deux titres en 2007, d'une présence dans le dernier carré d'entrée de saison.

Therefore I've added this match to the stats. Thx osalsyst :wavey:

Snowwy
04-17-2008, 09:21 PM
R Haase (NED) d [WC] M Safin (RUS) 26 76(9) 64 - saved 3 M.P.
E Korolev (RUS) d [WC] D Gimeno-Traver (ESP) 67(8) 76(2) 63 - saved 2 M.P.

~*BGT*~
04-17-2008, 09:47 PM
Zhenya :bounce:
Safin :sad:

Montego
05-06-2008, 09:15 PM
Simple Simon was 3-6* down in final set tiebreak to clinch it 8-6 vs JWT. Tsonga :angel:

osalsyst
05-11-2008, 10:20 PM
Ljubo saved two MPs today against Darcis.

Steve was serving for the match at 7-6, 5-3 when he had the MPs. Ljubo came back to win 6-7, 7-5, 7-6. (Ljubo was up an early break in the third btw.)

Nice going Ivan! That'll help you're sorry record in these types of matches.

Montego
05-21-2008, 01:10 PM
Mario Ancic was up *6-5 and 7-6* in final set tiebreak before losing it to Ginepri 8-10.

Mario :smash: for losing to Ginepri on slow clay.

statsman
05-22-2008, 07:40 PM
Ljubo today saved 6 MP against Gimeno-Traver

Voo de Mar
05-22-2008, 08:43 PM
Ljubo is 10-13 in MP matches now.

Montego
06-09-2008, 12:45 PM
Andreas Beck was down 6-7 *4-5 40-Adv in the second set vs Gicquel at least once today.

osalsyst
06-26-2008, 04:52 AM
Stadler saved one against Bellucci in their fifth set today. Not sure if it was at 5-4 or 6-5. Tough loss for Bellucci though.

Also, Gicquel saved two against Bozoljac today. Gicquel was down 15-40 on serve at 4-5 in the fourth set before dominating the tiebreak and the fifth set.

Xavidbz
08-21-2008, 09:38 PM
Italian duo Bolelli/Seppi just saved 1 mp to end up winning the match against GGL/V'asco.

Voo de Mar
08-21-2008, 09:41 PM
Italian duo Bolelli/Seppi just saved 1 mp to end up winning the match against GGL/V'asco.

I was following the scoreboard. The Italians had match points at 9:6 & 10:9 to save MP at 10:11* :D

Fata_1985
10-01-2008, 03:41 PM
2007
Karlovic (Blake)
Where?
At San Jose or Basel?

Voo de Mar
10-01-2008, 03:44 PM
2007
Karlovic (Blake)
Where?
At San Jose or Basel?

San Jose.

Fata_1985
10-02-2008, 09:14 AM
I did a blog with match points: http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/
It is in romanian and english.
A player in each day :cool:
Zib Tomas (1 – 2): http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/zib-tomas.html
Zimonjic Nenad (0 – 1): http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/zimonjic-nenad.html

Voo de Mar
10-02-2008, 11:57 AM
^ Wow! Great idea :cool: But remember to up-to-date this stats when you will have all the players you want. Zib has had MP matches only against German players :)

Fata_1985
10-03-2008, 04:18 PM
Today:
Zabaleta Mariano (5 – 6):
http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/zabaleta-mariano-4-6.html

Zib Tomas (1 – 2): http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/zib-tomas.html

Zib has had MP matches only against German players :)

And against Mirnyi :p
Zib Tomas is 1 – 3 (not 1 – 2):
http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/zib-tomas.html

Zimonjic Nenad (0 – 1): http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/zimonjic-nenad.html

Zimonjic Nenad is 0 – 2 (not 0 – 1):
http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/zimonjic-nenad.html

Voo de Mar
10-03-2008, 08:19 PM
Today:
Zabaleta Mariano (5 – 6):

And against Mirnyi :p
Zib Tomas is 1 – 3 (not 1 – 2):


Zabalata from 5-1 to 5-6...

Yeah, I rembered myself today that Zib wasted 6 match points leading 2 sets to love against Mirnyi. Mirnyi has won twice saving match points from 0-2 down, second time against Behrend in Davis Cup.

Fata_1985
10-04-2008, 05:13 PM
Youzhny Mikhail (3 – 7):
http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/youzhny-mikhail-3-7.html

Fata_1985
10-05-2008, 02:23 PM
Young Donald (0 – 1):
http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/young-donald-0-1.html

Zoecke Markus (0 – 1):
http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/09/zoecke-markus-0-1.html

Fata_1985
10-06-2008, 07:56 AM
Woodruff Chris (1 – 2):
http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/woodruff-chris-1-1.html

Fata_1985
10-07-2008, 08:51 AM
Woodforde Mark (4 – 7):
http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/woodforde-mark-1-2.html

Fata_1985
10-08-2008, 10:26 AM
Woodbridge Todd (1 – 2):
http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/woodbridge-todd-1-2.html

Fata_1985
10-09-2008, 09:27 AM
Wheaton David (0 – 5) (http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/wheaton-david-0-2.html)

Fata_1985
10-10-2008, 09:20 AM
Wessels Peter (2 – 1) (http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/wessels-peter-2-1.html)

Fata_1985
10-11-2008, 09:12 PM
Wawrinka Stanislas (2 – 2) (http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/wawrinka-stanislas.html)

Fata_1985
10-12-2008, 10:32 AM
Waske Alexander (1 – 2) (http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/waske-alexander-1-2.html)

Fata_1985
10-13-2008, 10:02 AM
Warwick Kim (0 – 1) (http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/warwick-kim-0-1.html)

Fata_1985
10-14-2008, 06:18 AM
Wang Yeu-Tzuoo (0 – 2) (http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/wang-yeu-tzuoo-0-2.html)

Fata_1985
10-15-2008, 10:55 AM
von Cramm Gottfried (1 – 0) (http://mingidemeci.blogspot.com/2008/10/von-cramm-gottfried-1-0.html)

Voo de Mar
10-18-2008, 12:00 AM
^ It's a pity you don't want to concentrate only on active players. I'm afraid with your criteria it's an unfinished work ;)

Enigmatic
12-09-2008, 11:36 PM
I saw a match at Wimbledon in 1989 where David Pate beat Tom Nijssen saving match points in the 4th and 5th sets. I wonder if anyone has ever saved match points in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th sets?

Voo de Mar
12-09-2008, 11:43 PM
I saw a match at Wimbledon in 1989 where David Pate beat Tom Nijssen saving match points in the 4th and 5th sets. I wonder if anyone has ever saved match points in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th sets?

Pate def. Nijssen 6-4 2-6 1-6 7-6(7) 15-13

I know Pate saved 4 match points in the 5th set. Do you know how many MP's did he save in the 4th? Thanks for this info, I knew earlier only three matches where a player saved MP in the 3rd and 5th set.

Enigmatic
12-10-2008, 12:13 AM
Pate def. Nijssen 6-4 2-6 1-6 7-6(7) 15-13

I know Pate saved 4 match points in the 5th set. Do you know how many MP's did he save in the 4th? Thanks for this info, I knew earlier only three matches where a player saved MP in the 3rd and 5th set.

I cannot remember that but Pate was serving second in the 5th set so was serving first in the 4th set. I think Nijssen was serving for the match in at 5-4 or 6-5 in the 4th set and was 40-15 up and lost serve but I cannot say how many matchpoints he lost in all, I think there was one in the tiebreak also.

Other matches I can recall, Ricardo Acuna was matchpoint/s down in 1st qualifying at Wimbledon in '85 and went on to reach the quarters. I cannot remember if it was just 1 or more than 1; Sandon Stolle lost a match against Kelly Jones in the '89 Canadian Open after having something like 13 matchpoints! It may have been only 11 but it was certainly double figures. Boris Becker won the US Open that year after saving 2 matchpoints(I think) against Derrick Rostagno in the second round(I think Rostagno lead 6-4 in the 4th set tiebreak), on one of the matchpoints Rostagno was in at the net ready to put away a volley for the match but Becker's shot hit the netcord and flew over the Californian's racket! Lucky Boris!

Voo de Mar
12-10-2008, 12:29 AM
Other matches I can recall, Ricardo Acuna was matchpoint/s down in 1st qualifying at Wimbledon in '85 and went on to reach the quarters. I cannot remember if it was just 1 or more than 1;

Wimbledon '85: 1st round Q: Acuna def. Baroch 6-7 7-6 6-3


Sandon Stolle lost a match against Kelly Jones in the '89 Canadian Open after having something like 13 matchpoints! It may have been only 11 but it was about that amount.

There was 6-7 7-6 7-6. I don't know the tie-break scorelines :( It's interesting because in Internet circulates information that the most match points in the Open Era saved Panatta - 11 against Warwick.

Enigmatic
12-10-2008, 12:37 AM
I just remembered that Pate vs Nijjsen match and Nijssen's face when Pate served an ace to get to match points up in the 5th set. A very tough result to swallow for him. A great match though.

Enigmatic
12-10-2008, 12:48 AM
Wimbledon '85: 1st round Q: Acuna def. Baroch 6-7 7-6 6-3



There was 6-7 7-6 7-6. I don't know the tie-break scorelines :( It's interesting because in Internet circulates information that the most match points in the Open Era saved Panatta - 11 against Warwick.

I guess I most be wrong in that case. I heard it on world service radio. I was pretty sure it was at least 11 but it is a long time ago. Great stats by the way and nice site.

Enigmatic
12-10-2008, 09:43 PM
Stefan Edberg saved matchpoints against Wally Masur en route to winning his first grand slam title(Aussie Open Dec '85). Brad Gilbert lost to Robert Seguso after having 4 matchpoints at Wembley in '88 and missed 7 matchpoints against Aaron Krickstein in L.A. in '89.

hallso
01-16-2009, 12:30 AM
Querrey has just saved 2 mp's against Ferrer in Auckland

Voo de Mar
01-20-2009, 03:56 AM
Voo, has anyone come back from two sets down saving match points in the last three sets? Thanks in advance.

It almost happened for the first time (:confused:) today when Hanescu saved MP in the 3rd and 4th set against Hernych, and was 4 points away from defeat at 5:6* in the 5th :sad:

Caio_Brasil
02-08-2009, 09:33 PM
Hey Voo, don't know if you count qualifying matches, but today Daniel Silva saved 4 MP's against Olivier Patience. :wavey:

He saved the first two at 4*/5 and 5*/6 in the third set (don't know what was the score at these games), and the other two at the final TB (4*-6 and 5-6*).

Voo de Mar
02-08-2009, 10:07 PM
Hi Caio :)

Thanks for this info. I don't count Challengers, Futures and qualies to all tournaments but this kind of info is always appreciated in this thread... In the last Challenger in Wroclaw, Cruciat saved one match point against Janowicz...

Voo de Mar
02-09-2009, 08:27 PM
What about today's match of Silva against Lopez-Jaen? Were there match points in the 2nd set?

Zampieri saved MP at 5:6 in the final TB against Souza (3-6 7-6 7-6). 3 hours 21 minutes...

Voo de Mar
02-10-2009, 03:48 AM
It almost happened for the first time (:confused:) today when Hanescu saved MP in the 3rd and 4th set against Hernych, and was 4 points away from defeat at 5:6* in the 5th :sad:

I've just discovered a match where was closer to win after saving match points in three consecutive sets.

Roland Garros 1990, 2nd round: Paul Haarhuis def. Jim Pugh 6-4 7-6(4) 6-7(5) 6-7(6) 7-5

Pugh saved 3 MP's in the 3rd, 2 MP's in the 4th and 1 MP in the 5th before lost on 7th MP for Haarhuis :crazy: The match lasted 4 hours 48 minutes - one of the longest matches in Roland Garros history.

Yves.
02-11-2009, 08:01 AM
I've just discovered a match where was closer to win after saving match points in three consecutive sets.

Roland Garros 1990, 2nd round: Paul Haarhuis def. Jim Pugh 6-4 7-6(4) 6-7(5) 6-7(6) 7-5

Pugh saved 3 MP's in the 3rd, 2 MP's in the 4th and 1 MP in the 5th before lost on 7th MP for Haarhuis :crazy: The match lasted 4 hours 48 minutes - one of the longest matches in Roland Garros history.

Nice, but how do you know??

Voo de Mar
02-11-2009, 12:04 PM
Nice, but how do you know??

Searching in Internet :)

Archer16
09-19-2009, 12:37 PM
Record alert, record alert !!!!

Evgeni Korolev was 5-2 *40-15 up in the 2nd set. Then it was 5-2 Ad-40 twice. Makes four. Then he was *3-5 30-40 up and had one or two more advantages. At 5-4 he had *Ad-40 three or four times. Right now it is 6-3 *5-6 for Korolev (if the SB is not wrong, as livescore tickers already have it as 6-3 6-3)

Damn, Korolev won 6-3 7-6(4). He converted his 13th (!!!!!) matchpoint.

Poor Fena, he could win this tie-break and third set 6-0 to set a new record :awww:
Every site on the web that has a mention of this match - and there are lots of them - has Gonzo saving 10 MPs to get to the TB.
A few questions:
What is the greatest number of match points saved without, eventually, saving the match?
Excluding that amazing 1930 DC match that was mentioned before, the most I can think of is Kuerten winning the 2000 RG on the 11th match point (all in the 4th set, of course).
What is the record for set points saved?

1) :shrug: That match from RG final 2000 is the strongest case which I know. I've never heard that someone lost a match after saving 11 match points.
2) I know only matches with saving 8 set points. I suppose the record may comes from the longest tie-break in doubles (26:24). On the assumption that both duos have been winning own services in that tie-break alternately, the pair who eventually won the match, could have saved 10 set points - but it's only hypothesis.
Update with "new information":
1) Korolev-F.Gonzalez (Las Vegas 2008) is now tied with Kuerten-Norman (RG 2000 F) with the winner converting his 11th match point.
2) Lendl-Nystrom (RG 1987 4R) (http://www.menstennisforums.com/showpost.php?p=9130187&postcount=65) - Lendl wasted 11 set points in the 3rd set, nine on his serve at 5-3 and two more in the next game; won the match in five sets the next day after play was suspended due to darkness.

Voo de Mar
09-19-2009, 12:44 PM
^ And this year at the US Open, Isner saved 10 setpoints against Hanescu. I've made a thread about it on GM, so if someone wants to know at which stages of a set, Isner saved setpoints, should go to GM.

I think also a Nieminen-Kohlschreiber match in Melbourne '08 match is worth to mention because Nieminen saved 11 setpoints (but in two sets... 7 & 4).

Montego
09-29-2009, 09:37 AM
Korolev - 3 saved versus Santoro.

Voo de Mar
09-29-2009, 01:55 PM
Very likely Santoro's last match with wasting match point. Here's the list of his MP-up defeats:

1992
2 - Ivanisevic (Barcelona-Olympics)
1993
3 - Stich (Long Island)
1994
1 - Delaitre (Roland Garros)
1995
2 - Pereira (US Open)
1 - Palmer (Toulouse)
1997
1 - Portas (Stuttgart)
1999
3 - M.Norman (Auckland)
2002
1 - Henman (Rotterdam)
2003
3 - Schalken (Dubai)
2005
2 - Safin (Halle)
2006
1 - Berdych (Wimbledon)
4 - Benneteau (Paris)
2009
1 - Kiefer (Miami)
3 - Korolev (Bangkok)

It can be incomplete because I've been carefully making this stats since 1998 :shrug: I know that Santoro wasted also match points in two Challenger matches: 4 against Moldovan (Poznan 1996) and 1 against Gaudio (Bordeaux 2009). Probably had also at least one match point against Monfils in Tunis 2005 because lost 5-7 6-3 6-7(9). I know only two cases with 11-9 without savin SP...

ExcaliburII
10-01-2009, 10:35 PM
Voo, I talked to Lapentti about his stat of never losing a match after having Match Point yesterday in BS AS.

He told me lost once, its this:


1998 Cincinatti
S Draper def N Lapentti 64 46 75

:wavey:

He had one match point.

ExcaliburII
10-01-2009, 10:40 PM
Just saw he lost some Match Points against Dosedel as well.

By the way, I talked to him about being 6 matches away from the 5set winning matches all time leader, he laughed about it and told me he would try to do it :lol: He was amazed about some of the stats i talked to him about.

Voo de Mar
10-01-2009, 10:41 PM
Thank you. I'll add it to my MP-stats. Ask him, if you can, about matches with McGuire (Coral Springs 1996) and Dosedel (Key Biscayne 1998) and hail him from me :wavey:

ExcaliburII
10-01-2009, 10:43 PM
Ok, Ill try to do it tomorrow. :lol:

What a legend :worship:

Montego
11-01-2009, 02:38 PM
Stakhovsky at *6-7 final set tiebreak versus Zabellos :wavey:

Montego
11-12-2009, 11:10 PM
Has there been a situation like that in the past that a player retired after wasting matchpoints ? How will you count it today ?

Gonzo had 7 matchpoints (*4-5 15-40 and three advantages and *5-6 15-40)

Voo de Mar
11-13-2009, 05:58 AM
Has there been a situation like that in the past that a player retired after wasting matchpoints ?



Yes, Massu def. Roitman 2 years ago in Vina del Mar 0-6 7-6(3) ret. after saving 7 mp's as well.

willoughby
11-14-2009, 06:07 PM
J.Delgado/J.Murray (Cermak/Mertiniak)

in this match, Delgado played with Jonathan Marray, and not with Jamie Murray

and they beat Cermak and Mertinak, but I suppose this was a writing mistake

thanks Voo, I love these threads

statsman
06-28-2010, 02:00 PM
Voo de Mar, what's Safin MP record at the and of his career? (and in details, please):)

Voo de Mar
06-28-2010, 02:59 PM
Voo de Mar, what's Safin MP record at the and of his career? (and in details, please):)

11-11 :)

Won:

2000 Copenhagen, Kroslak 3-6 6-0 7-6(8) - 1 mp
2000 Toronto, Sampras 6-4 3-6 7-6(8) - 3 mp
2002 Lyon, Arthurs 6-3 4-6 7-6(10) - 2 mp
2003 Barcelona, Gaudio 6-4 4-6 7-5 - 2 mp
2004 Roland Garros, Mantilla 6-4 2-6 6-2 6-7(4) 11-9 - 1 mp
2004 Roland Garros, Starace 6-7(4) 6-4 3-6 7-5 7-5 - 2 mp
2004 Moscow, Mirnyi 6-7(8) 7-6(2) 7-6(1) - 2 mp
2005 Australian Open, Federer 5-7 6-4 5-7 7-6(6) 9-7 - 1 mp
2005 Indian Wells, Nieminen 4-6 6-1 7-5 - 2 mp
2005 Halle, Santoro 3-6 7-6(7) 3-2 ret. - 1 mp
2009 Paris, Ascione 6-4 4-6 7-6(3) - 3 mp

Lost:

1999 Mallorca, Schiessling 7-6(6) 4-6 6-7(6) - 1 mp
2000 Rotterdam, Hrbaty 6-4 1-6 6-7(7) - 1 mp
2001 Queens Club, Wessels 6-4 4-6 6-7(8) - 2 mp
2001 Indianapolis, Rafter 3-6 7-5 6-7(7) - 1 mp
2001 Moscow, Hrbaty 0-6 6-4 6-7(5) - 1 mp
2001 Lyon, Ljubicic 7-6(3) 6-7(4) 6-7(7) - 1 mp
2004 Halle, Bjorkman 2-6 7-6(3) 6-7(4) - 1 mp
2007 Monte Carlo, Vliegen 6-0 6-7(8) 4-6 - 4 mp
2008 Valencia, Haase 6-2 6-7(9) 4-6 - 3 mp
2009 Miami, Monfils 7-5 5-7 6-7(3) - 2 mp
2009 Monte Carlo, Lapentti 6-7(6) 6-2 6-7(6) - 3 mp

statsman
06-28-2010, 05:04 PM
Thanks Voo:worship:

Archer16
06-29-2010, 04:24 AM
Has there been a situation like that in the past that a player retired after wasting matchpoints ? How will you count it today ?

Gonzo had 7 matchpoints (*4-5 15-40 and three advantages and *5-6 15-40)
Not a 21st century match, not even Open Era, but the most high-profile match to feature this was:
Wimbledon 1960 QF - Neale Fraser def. Earl Buchholz 4-6 6-3 4-6 15-15 ret. (saved 6 MPs)

Fraser was the #1 player at the time, his opponent a 19 year-old who shortly rose to prominence that year after winning several junior slam titles. The young American has already beaten the Australian twice coming to this match, and was clearly the better player on the day, holding with ease throughout the 4th set, but an ankle injury, cramps and heat exhaustion forced his retirement.
Fraser went on to win the title, beating Laver in close 4 sets in the final.

emotion
07-16-2010, 03:26 AM
Gimelstob is such a legend :spit:

emotion
07-16-2010, 03:29 AM
Montanes is 7-1 I believe?

Voo de Mar
07-16-2010, 10:50 AM
Montanes is 7-1 I believe?

With whom did he lose after wasting match point?

straitup
07-18-2010, 04:34 AM
Has there been a situation like that in the past that a player retired after wasting matchpoints ? How will you count it today ?

Gonzo had 7 matchpoints (*4-5 15-40 and three advantages and *5-6 15-40)

You could add Hanescu-Brands from Wimbledon this year to the list...Hanescu had 4 MP's in the third set and retired in the 5th...

emotion
07-18-2010, 04:41 AM
4 - Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Ferrer/Montanes)

Voo de Mar
07-18-2010, 10:51 AM
4 - Fyrstenberg/Matkowski (Ferrer/Montanes)

It's doubles, according to my stats he has never lost after wasting MP in singles! When I give MP-stats in some GM threads, I don't count doubles matches.

Sapeod
07-26-2010, 10:37 PM
It's doubles, according to my stats he has never lost after wasting MP in singles! When I give MP-stats in some GM threads, I don't count doubles matches.
So Montanes Is 7-0? :eek:

That's Incredible :eek:

Voo de Mar
07-26-2010, 10:43 PM
So Montanes Is 7-0? :eek:

That's Incredible :eek:

I hope he's lost some matches after wasting MP's in Challengers but knowing his scorelines on this level I can tell you he couldn't lose too many those matches ;)

Certinfy
07-29-2010, 02:43 PM
Montanes :speakles: Quite unreal.

ImmzB
07-31-2010, 08:53 PM
Bopanna & Qureshi saved 5 vs Clement & Erlich.

_Chaz
08-16-2010, 10:28 PM
Berrer saved 2 MPs in 3rd set tiebreak against Robredo today.

Voo de Mar
08-16-2010, 10:43 PM
Berrer saved 2 MPs in 3rd set tiebreak against Robredo today.

Don't worry, it was added instantly :wavey:

dinkulpus
08-20-2010, 01:41 AM
Nadal saved 1 match point against Benneteau in tie-break in second set :wavey:

dinkulpus
08-23-2010, 01:38 PM
I know that the statistic now include CH, but :
One from Geneva CH, Ciric/Tosic saved 4 MP against Murray/Schukin

emotion
08-31-2010, 02:20 AM
Montanes = legend

willoughby
09-22-2010, 11:05 AM
Berlocq saved 2 mps yesterday against Gimeno (not only one). Dani was serving at 6-4 *5-4 and 40-15

I followed the match on the scoreboard and I remember it.

Voo de Mar
09-22-2010, 12:11 PM
Berlocq saved 2 mps yesterday against Gimeno (not only one). Dani was serving at 6-4 *5-4 and 40-15

I followed the match on the scoreboard and I remember it.

Thanks, corrected on the first page :)

Sapeod
09-22-2010, 05:08 PM
Montanes = legend
+1

Mentally toughest player by far and also the biggest fighter.

STUHL
09-29-2010, 05:29 PM
Brands saved one Match Point again today against the de Bakker :)

Voo de Mar
09-29-2010, 05:30 PM
Brands saved one Match Point again today against the de Bakker :)

Hehe, I saw it on livescreen :p Cross-court forehand winner.

Jambo-Ewan
09-30-2010, 10:17 PM
New to this forum but thought I would sign up as I am a real Tennis enthusiast. Love to gamble on it and I am really into my stats.:cool:

Just thought I would mention that Karol Beck saved a few match points in an ATP challenger event back in March this year. He was playing against Aldin Setkic in Sarajevo. I am not sure how many match points he saved but I am sure it was at least 5.

Karol Beck won the match 3-6 7-6(10) 7-6(1). I know he was 2-6 down in the 2nd set tie-break. Not sure these events count on this thread but Beck was ranked around 80 at the time.

I remember this match as I had a large bet on it!

Voo de Mar
09-30-2010, 11:03 PM
I don't add match points from Challenger tournaments to the first post but this kind of info is always appreciated in this thread :yeah:

Jambo-Ewan
10-18-2010, 03:27 PM
S Stakhovsky saved match points aginst his serve V M Russell in Moscow today. Stakhovsky won 6-4 3-6 7-5.

He saved at least 2 match points but it may have been more.

Montego
10-27-2010, 02:40 PM
Serra the Clown was 7-6 *5-4 40-30 up versus Nieminen today

Pipsy
11-13-2010, 03:04 PM
Soderling just saved 3 before beating Llodra - what a match that was!

Voo de Mar
11-13-2010, 03:24 PM
Soderling just saved 3 before beating Llodra - what a match that was!

Llodra has never won a match on the main tour after saving a match point :o What a pity, today he had great chance when saved it at 5:6 in the tie-break...

Pipsy
11-13-2010, 06:11 PM
And now Monfils saving 5 before beating Federer... what an amazing day!

Montego
01-31-2011, 09:00 PM
RRH - Mello from **6-3 in 3rd set tb to 6-8, fucking mug.

Voo de Mar
07-28-2011, 11:25 PM
Match point win/loss ratio at the end of the year 2011:

* main level only

Two groups of active players:

- involved in 11 m.p.-matches and more
- involved in at least 5 m.p.-matches with max. 10


(.733) 11-4 David Nalbandian
(.730) 14-5 Ivo Karlovic
(.714) 15-6 Juan Carlos Ferrero
(.666) 8-4 David Ferrer & Andreas Seppi
(.666) 12-6 Jarkko Nieminen
(.666) 10-5 Lleyton Hewitt & Olivier Rochus
(.642) 9-5 Rafael Nadal
(.636) 7-4 Potito Starace
(.612) 13-8 Fernando Gonzalez
(.583) 7-5 Juan Monaco & Mardy Fish
(.545) 12-10 Andy Roddick
(.545) 6-5 Tommy Robredo & Florent Serra
(.538) 7-6 Jurgen Melzer
(.529) 9-8 Mikhail Youzhny
(.500) 12-12 Roger Federer
(.500) 8-8 Igor Andreev
(.500) 7-7 Fernando Verdasco
(.500) 6-6 Nicolas Massu & Tomas Berdych
(.466) 7-8 Robin Soderling
(.454) 5-6 Nicolas Almagro
(.450) 9-11 Arnaud Clement & Feliciano Lopez
(.444) 8-10 Tommy Haas
(.423) 11-15 Ivan Ljubicic
(.312) 5-11 John Isner & James Blake
(.277) 5-13 Victor Hanescu
(.250) 3-9 Paul-Henri Mathieu


(.833) 5-1 Mischa Zverev
(.800) 8-2 Novak Djokovic
(.800) 4-1 Thomaz Bellucci
(.777) 7-2 Philipp Kohlschreiber & Julien Benneteau
(.750) 6-2 Albert Montanes & Nikolay Davydenko
(.666) 6-3 Gael Monfils
(.666) 4-2 Andy Murray & Gilles Muller
(.600) 6-4 Sam Querrey
(.600) 3-2 Ernests Gulbis, Fabio Fognini, Gilles Simon,
Karol Beck, Pablo Cuevas & Jeremy Chardy
(.571) 4-3 Rainer Schuettler, Guillermo Garcia-Lopez & Stanislas Wawrinka
(.555) 5-4 Xavier Malisse, Juan Ignacio Chela & Sergiy Stakhovsky
(.500) 5-5 Jose Acasuso & Florian Mayer
(.500) 4-4 Jan Hernych, Radek Stepanek & Robby Ginepri
(.500) 3-3 Marin Cilic
(.428) 3-4 Kristof Vliegen
(.400) 2-3 Dmitry Tursunov & Teimuraz Gabashvili
(.375) 3-5 Richard Gasquet
(.333) 2-4 Chris Guccione
(.285) 2-5 Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo & Marcos Baghdatis
(.250) 2-6 Janko Tipsarevic
(.100) 1-9 Viktor Troicki
(.000) 0-5 Michael Russell

Voo de Mar
07-28-2011, 11:27 PM
Record of other prominent players at the end of 2011:

Juan Martin del Potro 3-1
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 1-2
Michael Llodra 0-3
Kei Nishikori 2-0
Alexandr Dolgopolov 1-0

Ferrero's:

- m.p. down victories (15):


Palermo 1999, 1R: S.Sargsian 6-7(1) 6-0 7-5 2 mp
Dubai 2000, QF: F.Mantilla 6-3 4-6 7-6(7) 2 mp
Olympics 2000, 1R: L.Hyung-Taik 6-7(5) 7-6(6) 7-5 2 mp
Dubai 2001, SF: D.Hrbaty 5-7 7-6(4) 6-3 3 mp
Barcelona 2001, 2R: A.Voinea 7-6(6) 6-7(5) 7-5 2 mp
Monte Carlo 2002, 2R: F.Mantilla 6-1 3-6 7-6(3) 1 mp
Toronto 2002, 1R: T.Enqvist 7-6(5) 6-7(4) 7-5 1 mp
Sopot 2003, 2R: F.Cermak 4-6 7-5 6-2 2 mp
Madrid 2003, 2R: W.Ferreira 6-3 2-6 7-6(4) 2 mp
Rotterdam 2004, QF: R.Sluiter 1-6 6-4 7-6(10) 2 mp
Wimbledon 2004, 2R: S.Koubek 4-6 7-5 5-7 7-6(6) 8-6 2 mp
Estoril 2005, 1R: M.Baghdatis 6-3 2-6 7-6(6) 2 mp
Indian Wells 2007, 2R: J.Acasuso 4-6 7-6(8) 6-4 3 mp
Indian Wells 2008, 3R: M.Ancic 7-5 4-6 7-6(7) 2 mp
Stuttgart 2010, 2R: H.Zeballos 6-7(1) 7-6(3) 6-2 1 mp


- m.p. up defeats (6):


Estoril 2002, 2R: D.Nalbandian 6-4 4-6 6-7(4) 3 mp
Sydney 2003, F: L.Hyung-Taik 6-4 6-7(6) 6-7(4) 1 mp
Dubai 2005, 2R: R.Federer 6-4 3-6 6-7(6) 2 mp
Palermo 2005, QF: T.Behrend 7-6(2) 6-7(4) 5-7 3 mp
Vienna 2006, 2R: J.Melzer 7-5 6-7(5) 3-6 1 mp
Shanghai 2011, 3R: D.Ferrer 6-1 5-7 2-6 4 mp

Voo de Mar
07-29-2011, 01:59 AM
There's an interesting case with Tommy Haas, who has won the most mp-down matches in 'the best of five', among active players. Logically it's tougher to win a match in these circumstances than 'in the best of three', but Haas managed to make it 5 times, whilst only 3 times in 'best of three':

Haas's mp-down 5-set wins:


Australian Open 2002, 4R: R.Federer 7-6(3) 4-6 3-6 6-4 8-6 1 mp
Wimbledon 2004, 1R: A.Dupuis 2-6 2-6 7-6(8) 6-4 8-6 1 mp
Australian Open 2007, QF: N.Davydenko 6-3 2-6 1-6 6-1 7-5 1 mp
US Open 2007, 4R: J.Blake 4-6 6-4 3-6 6-0 7-6(4) 3 mp
Wimbledon 2009, 3R: M.Cilic 7-5 7-5 1-6 6-7(3) 10-8 2 mp


Haas hasn't won a mp-down 'best of 3' since 2001 :D

TennisOnWood
07-29-2011, 07:19 PM
Nice to see you back

Voo de Mar
01-13-2012, 05:16 AM
Prior to the Australian Open 2012

I've been keeping the match points stats for doubles since 2006, so since the year "super tie-break" was introduced on a regular basis. There are six years by far, thus I think it's a good time to make a recap. Below you can look at two stats, the first one with notable players born in 1983 and onwards (it's an age group quite easy to follow before 2006) comparing their m.p. stats in both, singles and doubles; the second one considering the doubles specialists but looking back only to 2006.


(.800) Juan Martin del Potro (3-1 singles, 1-0 doubles)
(.692) Novak Djokovic (8-2, 1-2)
(.666) Ernests Gulbis (3-2, 1-0)
(.636) Andy Murray (4-2, 3-2)
(.631) Philipp Kohlschreiber (7-2, 5-5)
(.625) Robin Haase (2-3, 3-0)
(.611) Andreas Seppi (8-4, 3-3)
(.600) Julien Benneteau (7-2, 5-6)
(.588) Rafael Nadal (9-5, 1-2)
(.571) Sergiy Stakhovsky (5-4, 3-2)
(.571) Gilles Simon (3-2, 1-1)
(.562) Richard Gasquet (3-5, 6-2)
(.562) Nicolas Almagro (6-6, 3-1)
(.545) Stanislas Wawrinka (4-3, 2-2)
(.545) Chris Guccione (2-4, 4-1)
(.500) Juan Monaco (7-5, 1-3)
(.500) Tomas Berdych (6-6, 2-2)
(.500) Sam Querrey (6-4, 3-5)
(.500) Marin Cilic (3-3, 2-2)
(.473) Robin Soderling (7-8, 2-2)
(.473) Igor Andreev (8-8, 1-2)
(.428) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (1-2, 2-2)
(.368) Fernando Verdasco (7-7, 0-5)
(.347) John Isner (5-11, 3-4)
(.333) Marcos Baghdatis (2-5, 1-1)
(.272) Janko Tipsarevic (2-6, 1-2)
(.266) Viktor Troicki (1-9, 3-2)

# Players involved in at least 3 singles m.p. matches & at least one m.p. doubles match.
# Stats made before Australian Open 2012.

Doubles specialists:


(.818) 9-2 Christopher Kas
(.714) 10-4 Leander Paes
(.700) 7-3 Rohan Bopanna
(.666) 12-6 Daniel Nestor
(.636) 7-4 Michael Llodra, Lukasz Kubot
(.611) 11-7 Marcin Matkowski
(.600) 9-6 Simon Aspelin
(.588) 10-7 Mariusz Fyrstenberg
(.571) 8-6 Martin Damm
(.541) 13-11 Max Mirnyi
(.538) 7-6 Nenad Zimonjic, Oliver Marach
(.500) 10-10 Robert Lindstedt
(.500) 9-9 Mahesh Bhupathi
(.473) 9-10 The Bryans
(.466) 7-8 Frantisek Cermak
(.363) 4-7 Philipp Petzschner
(.312) 5-11 Jurgen Melzer

Yandr001
03-10-2012, 09:18 PM
2012 Delray Beach QF Anderson over Roddick 2-6 7-6(9) 6-4 - saved 3 mos in tie-break
2012 Indian Wells 2r Ramos over Gasquet 3-6 7-5 6-1 - saved mp at 3-5 30-40 in second set

Voo de Mar
03-10-2012, 09:33 PM
Ramos saved 3 mp's also against Levine yesterday, it happens rarely to win back to back matches of this type.

Freak3yman84
07-15-2012, 02:05 PM
I know qualies don't count but Brown saved 6 MP's today in Gstaad qualifying vs. Souza :eek:

Beta2k
08-21-2012, 08:13 PM
Melzer saved 5 MPs today in Winston-Salem vs. McClune. this was First Round Main Draw
edit: oh you already have this in your stats. that is really fast... :)

Voo de Mar
08-21-2012, 09:01 PM
I saw the tie-break :yeah: Melzer is very experienced in 3rd set long tie-breaks.

Freak3yman84
08-22-2012, 12:09 AM
I saw the tie-break :yeah: Melzer is very experienced in 3rd set long tie-breaks.

17-9 in 3rd set tie-breaks :worship: Thanks to your tie-breaks thread :p I can't rep you enough for all of this!

Voo de Mar
08-22-2012, 05:09 AM
^ 17-9 was at the beginning of the year, in 2012 he added wins over Istomin, Dodig and McClune which give him 20-9 (.689) - the third best record among players to win at least 20 tie-breaks of this kind

Freak3yman84
08-22-2012, 09:41 PM
^ 17-9 was at the beginning of the year, in 2012 he added wins over Istomin, Dodig and McClune which give him 20-9 (.689) - the third best record among players to win at least 20 tie-breaks of this kind

Oops! Well that's awesome as well ;)

motorhead
08-22-2012, 10:35 PM
^ 17-9 was at the beginning of the year, in 2012 he added wins over Istomin, Dodig and McClune which give him 20-9 (.689) - the third best record among players to win at least 20 tie-breaks of this kind

:worship:

Beta2k
09-09-2012, 10:47 PM
andreas haider-maurer saved 5 MP today to get the title of brasov challenger vs. ungur..
unfortunately only ATP Tour events are counted here, but i write it anyway :)

Voo de Mar
01-06-2013, 02:14 PM
No match point saved matches in the first week of 2013 :eek:

dinkulpus
01-15-2013, 02:47 AM
Mayer saved few match points against Williams

Chilenaitor
01-16-2013, 04:22 PM
brown/kas lost a matchpoint?
i think the spain team lost 2 MP too or not?

Voo de Mar
01-16-2013, 11:39 PM
Spaniards lost 5 match points, they converted their 6th. Brown/Kas led 6:5* in the tie-break.

karelduin
01-18-2013, 11:42 PM
Haas saved a matchpoint against Nalbandian in Cincy 2012

Voo de Mar
01-19-2013, 01:25 AM
Thx! It's strange I forgot to add that match even though I saw it!

You have to check me out guys because I keep my website and many statistical threads on MTF, avoiding situation like this one becomes more and more difficult :)

Voo de Mar
01-29-2013, 06:04 PM
Number of match point saved encounters at majors in the XXI Century:


Australian Open 2000-2013: 3 - 3 - 5 - 1 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 4 - 1 - 2 - 2 - 3 - 2 - 3.
Roland Garros 2000-2012: 0 - 4 - 2 - 2 - 8 - 3 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 3 - 5.
Wimbledon 2000-2012: 3 - 2 - 3 - 3 - 4 - 2 - 3 - 1 - 4 - 4 - 4 - 3 - 3.
US Open 2000-2012: 2 - 2 - 1 - 6 - 4 - 0 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 2 - 2.


This stats shows we can expect at least one match of this type at every Slam, strangely no-one won a m.p.-down match in Paris four years running, even though in Paris occurred a tournament with the most m.p.-down wins (2004), which is maybe even weirder.

Theoretically winning on clay from a match point down is tougher because matches are longer out there, so in a 5th set a player who faces a match point is potentially more tired than at other majors, moreover it's tougher to gain quick points directly with serves or with a serve-(another shot) 2-stroke combo.

Voo de Mar
02-05-2013, 01:05 AM
I've made a new stats, and it's posted on first page, here (http://www.menstennisforums.com/showpost.php?p=4515807&postcount=9)

Freak3yman84
07-24-2013, 10:25 PM
Much deserved bump. As always, great work! :yeah:

Beta2k
08-21-2013, 06:23 PM
querrey saved 4 or 5 MP today vs. nieminen in winston-salem.
see: http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=326169

Voo de Mar
08-21-2013, 06:31 PM
^ I've seen those MPs

3:6 - service winner, forehand volley, Nieminen's volley error (only MP on his serve)
6:7 - service winner
8:9 - Nieminen's error (defensive lob)

Beta2k
08-21-2013, 07:46 PM
^ I've seen those MPs

3:6 - service winner, forehand volley, Nieminen's volley error (only MP on his serve)
6:7 - service winner
8:9 - Nieminen's error (defensive lob)

ok :)

i hope there will be a video of that on youtube..

Voo de Mar
08-21-2013, 08:28 PM
Active players with at least 10 MP-down wins:

15 - Karlovic
14 - Nieminen
12 - Federer, Youzhny
11 - Haas, Hewitt
10 - O.Rochus, F.Lopez, Djokovic, Querrey, Ferrer

motorhead
08-21-2013, 09:45 PM
:worship:

Beta2k
08-28-2013, 07:02 AM
i guess we have a new chapter here... dutra-silva vs. pospisil yesterday.. dutra-silva saved 7 MP
edit: oh, already in the OP :)

Voo de Mar
08-28-2013, 04:12 PM
^ Perhaps the most saved at the US Open

***
Dutra-Silva d. Pospisil 4-6, 3-6, 7-6(9), 6-2, 7-6(10)

- Pospisil led 5:3* in 3rd set, Dutra won on 6th set point
- match suspended due to rain at 4:0 for Dutra in 4th
- Pospisil led 6:5* (40/0) in 5th + ad. MP, another match points at 7:6, 9:8 & *10:9 in tie-break

Beta2k
09-18-2013, 10:14 AM
http://www.menstennisforums.com/showpost.php?p=18207785&postcount=28

Voo de Mar
01-14-2014, 09:03 AM
Very likely today for the first time in the Open era, one player beat the other one for the third time saving MP(s):

Sydney '06: Seppi d. Hewitt 4-6, 7-5, 7-5 - 2 mp
Rotterdam '08: Seppi d. Hewitt 3-6, 7-6, 7-6 - 1 mp
Australian Open '14: Seppi d. Hewitt 7-6, 6-3, 5-7, 5-7, 7-5 - 1 mp

Beta2k
01-14-2014, 05:13 PM
please add SIMON vs. BRANDS from today (AO). SIMON saved 7 MP :)

Voo de Mar
01-14-2014, 07:34 PM
It's been added since the match ended.

Voo de Mar
01-14-2014, 10:52 PM
I know it's possible you couldn't see it, I don't see it now. I don't know why the forum works this way that sometimes a new added content appears and disappears :shrug:

Beta2k
01-15-2014, 04:12 AM
I know it's possible you couldn't see it, I don't see it now. I don't know why the forum works this way that sometimes a new added content appears and disappears :shrug:

ah okay. so, i had a cache problem with my browswer, because i did not see it. thx anyway.

dinkulpus
01-15-2014, 10:37 AM
Just pressed edit and saved to this post

dinkulpus
01-16-2014, 06:06 PM
Bopanna/Qureshi saved 2 MP to Junaid/Mannarino

dinkulpus
01-18-2014, 07:45 AM
Benneteau/Roger-Vasselin saved 1 MP against Brunstrom/NIelsen

InfoKenway
01-20-2014, 07:13 PM
Anderson saved 1 MP against Roger-Vasselin

E-r-i-c
02-08-2014, 02:31 PM
it's interesting stats.
It is said David Nalbandian, if he saves one match point, he will win this match.
This record ends at 2012 Toronto.
Does anyone know?

Sauletekis
03-11-2014, 09:57 PM
Sousa already appearing in both singles and doubles list this season :worship:

Beta2k
04-24-2014, 05:40 PM
giraldo saves 5 MP vs. thiem in barcelona R16 :(

E-r-i-c
05-21-2014, 12:28 PM
I have a question, Nole wasted 3 mp then lost to Youzhny in 2007.
Which match? Marseille 1R or Rotterdam SF?

bry17may
05-21-2014, 08:22 PM
I have a question, Nole wasted 3 mp then lost to Youzhny in 2007.
Which match? Marseille 1R or Rotterdam SF?

It was in Rotterdam SF ;)

Beta2k
06-13-2014, 02:25 PM
http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=474177

Beta2k
06-26-2014, 02:39 PM
http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=482082

Beta2k
07-22-2014, 05:00 PM
add http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=497377