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2010 Titles by Country So Far

RedHotRafa
10-28-2010, 12:54 AM
Spain: 19- 32%
United States: 9- 15%
Switzerland: 4- 7%
France: 4- 7%
Argentina: 4- 7%
Serbia: 3- 5%
Russia: 3- 5%
Croatia: 3- 5%
Great Britain: 2- 3%
Ukraine: 2- 3%
Cyprus: 1- 2%
Brazil: 1- 2%
Sweden: 1- 2%
Latvia: 1- 2%
Australia: 1- 2%
Kazakhstan: 1- 2%

Who will go up, who will remain the same at the end of the season? Discuss

shiaben
10-28-2010, 12:57 AM
It's amazing to see how Switzerland is at 3rd, when Spain, U.S. France, Argentina, and Russia, have a ridiculous amount of competitors available. Quality wise Argentina has been good in the past, just as of late, they seem to have gone down hill. Injuries account for part of the reasons. Spain seems to have like a revolution in tennis or something. They have just been cruising through the sport.

Silver.
10-28-2010, 12:59 AM
How many of those 19 are Nadals? Also, Scotland is part of Great Britain ;)

RedHotRafa
10-28-2010, 01:02 AM
How many of those 19 are Nadals? Also, Scotland is part of Great Britain ;)

Seven

Har-Tru
10-28-2010, 01:03 AM
How many of those 19 are Nadals? Also, Scotland is part of Great Britain ;)

7.

And Sean Connery disagrees. And you know Sean Connery is always right.

Silver.
10-28-2010, 01:14 AM
Wow Spain are seriously leading the pack then, why is it they can produce so much talent and Britain are lucky to get 1 contender a decade.

fast_clay
10-28-2010, 01:16 AM
Wow Spain are seriously leading the pack then, why is it they can produce so much talent and Britain are lucky to get 1 contender a century.

fixed.

its because english are soap dodgers and no one will practice with them...

fast_clay
10-28-2010, 01:18 AM
surprised to see USA so far up there... even though is loaded with epic MM victories... no really the tale of woe many would have you believe... i can tell you now australia's tally will not increase... thats a free tip...

Pirata.
10-28-2010, 01:33 AM
When you add doubles titles, USA jumps to 27, Spain has 26, Serbia 11, Sweden 7, Argentina/Austria/France at 6, Canada/India/Russia/Romania at 5 and Switzerland at 4.

With the exception of David Ferrer and Feliciano Lopez, all of Spain's 12 title winners this year have won at least two titles :eek:

Blackbriar
10-28-2010, 08:17 AM
France: 4- 7%


LLodra : 2
Gasquet : 1
Simon : 1
Tsonga : 0 :nerner:
Monfils : 0 :nerner:

HKz
10-28-2010, 08:20 AM
Clearly Nigeria's players will win all the titles for the rest of the season.

oranges
10-28-2010, 11:32 AM
LLodra : 2
Gasquet : 1
Simon : 1
Tsonga : 0 :nerner:
Monfils : 0 :nerner:

MTF desperately needs clowns from camps other than the main two. You're doing great in that capacity :rocker:

Ouragan
10-29-2010, 07:35 PM
LLodra : 2
Gasquet : 1
Simon : 1
Tsonga : 0 :nerner:
Monfils : 0 :nerner:

OMG, you really must be :retard:ed

Joao
10-29-2010, 11:39 PM
A more accurate representation would be to give the result taking into account the number of players per country. If you have a country with 20 players and another one with only 2 in the top100, it seems more likely that the former country will have more chances to win titles than the latter, no?

ChinoRios4Ever
10-30-2010, 02:15 AM
Chile: 0, 1st time since 1994 without ATP titles :sad:

hyperren
10-30-2010, 10:08 AM
A more accurate representation would be to give the result taking into account the number of players per country. If you have a country with 20 players and another one with only 2 in the top100, it seems more likely that the former country will have more chances to win titles than the latter, no?

Yeah, but looking at raw numbers also (kinda) shows the depth of field a particular country has. And even when you take away Nadal's 7 titles, Spain's 12 is still quite impressive.

FormerRafaFan
10-30-2010, 10:13 AM
LLodra : 2
Gasquet : 1
Simon : 1
Tsonga : 0 :nerner:
Monfils : 0 :nerner:

I like that Gasquet won in Nice, even though it was against my precious Verdasco :hug:

peribsen
11-07-2010, 05:02 PM
Spain has taken 20 out of 65 singles titles (with two of them still to go, Bercy & London). That's almost 31%, no matter what happens in Paris nor WTF. Not bad, not bad at all.

Blackbriar
11-07-2010, 06:40 PM
sadly Monfils has won a title now, what a tragedy :sad: but obviously none of the frenchmen will win the title at Paris :)

Arkulari
11-08-2010, 12:54 AM
Switzerland has 5 titles now, Roger has won 4 and Stan has won 1

peribsen
11-08-2010, 10:50 AM
Incredible result for such a small country as Switzerland, they have like 1 title for every 1.2 million people, the figure for Spain would be about 1 per 2.25 million. I won't calculate the figure for USA, though :o

tennis2tennis
11-08-2010, 11:52 AM
roger retires were fucked :scared:

bokehlicious
11-08-2010, 12:33 PM
roger retires were fucked :scared:

We'll just be "back to normal, where we belong" :shrug:

Sophocles
11-08-2010, 01:51 PM
fixed.

its because english are soap dodgers and no one will practice with them...

Look, I don't know where you get this stupid idea, but apart from the dregs of the underclass, the English/British are as clean as anybody else in Europe. London has the world's finest gentlemen's toiletries ffs. Check out e.g. Taylor's of Old Bond Street on Jermyn Street.

tennis2tennis
11-08-2010, 03:47 PM
Look, I don't know where you get this stupid idea, but apart from the dregs of the underclass, the English/British are as clean as anybody else in Europe. London has the world's finest gentlemen's toiletries ffs. Check out e.g. Taylor's of Old Bond Street on Jermyn Street.

agree I've lived in both London and Paris and I can honestly say I've come across more stinky Parisians than Londoners! not saying that all french people stink but using public transport in Paris in the summer made me wonder why a nation so famous for exporting perfume is so reluctant to use it!

bring on the war:p

peribsen
11-08-2010, 04:18 PM
made me wonder why a nation so famous for exporting perfume is so reluctant to use it!

But you have answered your own question inadvertently!
Obsession with perfumes and colognes simply doesn't happen in countries where water and soap are more generously used.

To be fair, all of this has a lot to do with the climate. In the milder weather of the Mediterranean, Spanish and Italian cultures have historically been more used to bathing than in the cold, humid countries of the North (that is not to say we don't have our share of untidy people). Plumbing did away with that problem decades ago, of course, but custom is often slow to follow.

Fact is, Paris was the centre of the parfume culture because le Monsieurs and Madames of old were understandably reluctant to bathe in February, and something had to be done about the consequences. Les anglais atoned for that at least partially by their far more 'outdoor' culture.

All I write above is probably mostly crap... but there is a morsel of truth in it, somewhere.

Sophocles
11-08-2010, 04:48 PM
Parisian women are notorious for not washing in a certain place.

I'm not saying the rumour's true, but....

Sillyrabbit
11-08-2010, 04:53 PM
Tuna...:p

Start da Game
11-08-2010, 04:57 PM
impressed with serbia and croatia........

pica_pica
11-08-2010, 07:00 PM
Best improvement goes to Kazakhstan, I guess??

Arkulari
11-08-2010, 07:09 PM
Best improvement goes to Kazakhstan, I guess??

their "buying players" policy is paying off ;)

RedHotRafa
11-08-2010, 11:27 PM
impressed with serbia and croatia........

I just love your signature so much lol... warm regards cracks me up everytime

thegreendestiny
11-09-2010, 12:32 PM
It's amazing to see how Switzerland is at 3rd, when Spain, U.S. France, Argentina, and Russia, have a ridiculous amount of competitors available. Quality wise Argentina has been good in the past, just as of late, they seem to have gone down hill. Injuries account for part of the reasons. Spain seems to have like a revolution in tennis or something. They have just been cruising through the sport.

If by Switzerland you mean Roger Federer only, then yes. :angel:

born_on_clay
11-09-2010, 12:59 PM
amazing Spain :bowdown:

Filo V.
11-10-2010, 01:05 AM
Spain is the best tennis country in the world right now, no debate about it.

networthy
11-10-2010, 07:00 AM
Incredible result for such a small country as Switzerland, they have like 1 title for every 1.2 million people, the figure for Spain would be about 1 per 2.25 million. I won't calculate the figure for USA, though :o

Switzerland has 7.8 million people so it's more like 1 title per 1.6 million.

For Croatia, it's 1 per 1.5 million :p