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01-17-2015 06:42 AM
Voo de Mar
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

List of "first time title winners" in 2015:

12 - Victor Estrella (Quito)
24 - Jiri Vesely (Auckland)
42 - Dominic Thiem (Nice)
46 - Jack Sock (Houston)
99 - Benoit Paire (Bastad)
169 - Denis Istomin (Nottingham)
08-26-2014 01:04 PM
masterclass
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

So it was David Goffin in Kitzbühel...

Of course hindsight is 20/20, but considering his streak of victories and rising confidence in the challengers, it was not altogether unexpected.

I believe his maiden tournament victory came in his 38th match win on the ATP main tour.

Respectfully,
masterclass
07-20-2014 05:07 PM
Voo de Mar
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

Kyrgios perhaps in Autumn.
07-14-2014 04:52 PM
zjtennis
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

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Originally Posted by Voo de Mar View Post
List of "first time title winners" in 2014:

28 - Federico Delbonis (Sao Paulo)
46 - Roberto Bautista-Agut (s-Hertogenbosch)
74 - Pablo Cuevas (Bastad)
Hi VDM! You haven't been posting in the GM lately. Who do you think would be the next 1st time titlist this year?
07-14-2014 03:05 PM
Voo de Mar
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

List of "first time title winners" in 2014:

28 - Federico Delbonis (Sao Paulo)
47 - Roberto Bautista ('s-Hertogenbosch)
49 - David Goffin (Kitzbuhel)
74 - Pablo Cuevas (Bastad)
90 - Leonardo Mayer (Hamburg)
03-11-2014 02:43 AM
Voo de Mar
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

^ Hehe
03-10-2014 11:53 PM
MichaelKrep
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

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Originally Posted by Voo de Mar View Post
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03-08-2014 05:34 PM
Pete7
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

Yes, you´re right, but if someone wins ATP tournament in his first appearance, that can be only luck (and it´s usually on small tournament, with weaker players). It´s difference between tournament and TOURNAMENT. And since year 2000 it´s different situation than before, now top players must play chosen tournaments, before 2000 no tournament was mandatory (if someone didn´t want to play some Grand Slams, it was his problem, there were no ranking penalties for that, just simple counting of best 14 results from any tournaments in the rankings (I mean 90´s now)). But nice stats anyway
03-08-2014 03:39 PM
Voo de Mar
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

You know what it says? If you want to be the best in the world, you have to win your maiden title within first 50 main-level tournaments
03-08-2014 10:34 AM
Pete7
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

Nice list Voo,
but I don´t think it says something important to us. And of course it´s hard to compare situation now and 30 years ago. Many good players never won an ATP tournament (Daniel Vacek, Martin Damm, ... ), but you remember them much more than for example Altur, who played mostly challengers. And I also think many players concentrate more on getting more money than winning any of small tournaments (with much less prize money).
03-02-2014 08:12 PM
Voo de Mar
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

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07-26-2013 03:37 AM
Freak3yman84
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

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Originally Posted by Litotes View Post
Last one that comes to mind is Del Potro, 1st title Stuttgart and 2nd Kitzbühel 2008 came in consecutive weeks. Then he took two weeks off and won two more tournaments in consecutive weeks in LA and Washington

I might have forgotten someone in between.
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Thomas Johansson also won his first two titles within two weeks, 1997 (Copenhagen & St. Petersburg)
Awesome. Thank you both

I guess this means Fognini will go on to win a slam like Del Potro and Johansson?
07-25-2013 04:30 PM
Voo de Mar
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

Thomas Johansson also won his first two titles within two weeks, 1997 (Copenhagen & St. Petersburg)
07-25-2013 01:11 PM
Litotes
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

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Originally Posted by Freak3yman84 View Post
Voo, do you happen to know the last time a player won his first 2 tournaments in consecutive weeks, as Fognini just did?
Last one that comes to mind is Del Potro, 1st title Stuttgart and 2nd Kitzbühel 2008 came in consecutive weeks. Then he took two weeks off and won two more tournaments in consecutive weeks in LA and Washington

I might have forgotten someone in between.
07-25-2013 01:07 PM
Freak3yman84
Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)

Voo, do you happen to know the last time a player won his first 2 tournaments in consecutive weeks, as Fognini just did?
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