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05-03-2015 08:49 PM
JediFed
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

Sjengster, you've got 2 errors on Connors. Birmingham and Boca Raton are not grass tournaments.
03-01-2014 07:59 PM
TennisGrandSlam
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

Connors has 110 titles

Federer has 78 titles

Nadal has 62 titles
11-03-2013 08:15 PM
G.100sic
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

Djokovic enters 200+ Masters wins club, the fourth man to achieve the feat, and also the 15th 40+ ATP titles club.
04-22-2013 10:00 PM
G.100sic
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

Novak now sole owner of one tennis record - winner of 8 out of 9 different current ATP Masters 1000 tournaments!
12-02-2012 02:12 PM
JurajCrane
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

This thread is just great.
11-19-2012 04:47 AM
TennisGrandSlam
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

Novak Djokovic: 34 (Amersfoort, Metz 06; Adelaide, TMS Miami, Estoril, TMS Montreal, Vienna 07; Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Rome, Tennis Masters Cup 08; Dubai, Belgrade, Beijing, Basel, TMS Paris 09; Dubai, Beijing 10; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Belgrade, TMS Madrid, TMS Rome, Wimbledon, TMS Montreal, US Open 11; Australian Open, TMS Miami, TMS Toronto, Beijing, TMS Shanghai, World Tour Finals 12)


Djokovic Dynasty is just established
10-21-2012 07:30 PM
G.100sic
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

http://www.atpworldtour.com/News/Ten...000-Title.aspx
"In saving five match points to defeat two-time defending Shanghai Rolex Masters champion Andy Murray on Sunday, Novak Djokovic made ATP World Tour Masters 1000 history. The World No. 2 became the first player to win seven of the current Masters 1000 crowns, surpassing Roger Federer. The Swiss has won seven overall, with six of the events currently on the calendar. Djokovic and Federer also have the distinction of being the only players to reach all nine finals of the current Masters 1000 events."
09-27-2012 10:24 AM
Litotes
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

A fun statistic: Most wins with no title on one type of court:
Most without clay: Boris Becker 49
Most without grass: Thomas Muster 44
Most without indoor HC: Andres Gomez 21
Most without outdoor HC: Wojtek Fibak 15
08-13-2012 02:58 AM
TennisGrandSlam
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

All Muzzy, Djokers and Federer win 1 more titles :


Roger Federer: 76 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tokyo, TMS Madrid, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 06; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Hamburg, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 07; Estoril, Halle, US Open, Basel 08; TMS Madrid, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati 09; Australian Open, TMS Cincinnati, Stockholm, Basel, World Tour Finals 10; Doha, Basel, TMS Paris, World Tour Finals 11; Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Madrid, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati 12)


Novak Djokovic: 31 (Amersfoort, Metz 06; Adelaide, TMS Miami, Estoril, TMS Montreal, Vienna 07; Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Rome, Tennis Masters Cup 08; Dubai, Belgrade, Beijing, Basel, TMS Paris 09; Dubai, Beijing 10; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Belgrade, TMS Madrid, TMS Rome, Wimbledon, TMS Montreal, US Open 11; Australian Open, TMS Miami, TMS Toronto 12)


Andy Murray: 23 (San Jose 06; San Jose, St. Petersburg 07; Doha, Marseille, TMS Cincinnati, TMS Madrid, St. Petersburg 08; Doha, Rotterdam, TMS Miami, Queens, TMS Montreal, Valencia 09; TMS Toronto, TMS Shanghai 10; Queens, TMS Cincinnati, Bangkok, Tokyo, TMS Shanghai 11; Brisbane, London Olympics 12)
07-12-2012 03:37 AM
TennisGrandSlam
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

Jimmy Connors is 109, Bjorn Borg is 64!
11-27-2011 10:42 PM
Sjengster
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

While I'm at it, even though it's several years too late I must thank Yves for quoting my entire first post in this thread back in 2008, as I managed to delete just about all of it by accident and had to paste it back in from his post. I would not have relished the prospect of trying to do it all again from scratch....
11-27-2011 10:34 PM
Sjengster
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

I just did a huge update of this thread for the second half of 2011 about two hours ago, not sure how I missed the Vienna title - will add now.
11-27-2011 10:29 PM
Renaud
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

Vienna 11 is missing for Tsonga
11-27-2011 09:59 PM
jtipson
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sjengster View Post
*Roger Federer: 70 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tokyo, TMS Madrid, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 06; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Hamburg, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 07; Estoril, Halle, US Open, Basel 08; TMS Madrid, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati 09; Australian Open, TMS Cincinnati, Stockholm, Basel, World Tour Finals 10; Doha, Basel, TMS Paris, World Tour Finals 11)
After all these years, I remember to look here on here and Sjengster's already got it updated!

When you started this thread, Federer only had 6 titles...who would have thought he would reach 70?

Nice way to finish 2011
08-19-2011 06:39 PM
V.H.
Re: The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

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I think this is wrong; despite the fact the ATP website agrees with it. The 2009 version of the ATP media guide is confused on this: it gives Cash's total as 7 titles on one page, but only 6 on another, omitting '83 Melbourne.

If you look at the ATP website, the '83 Melbourne draw is just a messed-up version of the '82 draw; at first glance it seems different, but only because the matches are in a different order: the scores of all matches are identical.

Anyone know anything more about this? Is there just a mistake in the draw webpage, or was there no '83 Melbourne tournament? Which page of the ATP guide is correct?
You're right, it is wrong. I also noticed this during my work. It's hard whether it was actually meant to be a '82 or '83 tournament, but the Media Guide says '82. I guess the made a mistake since the tournament was played during new-year it was double-counted for both years.
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