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12-01-2009 09:19 AM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

Still no suggestions for an end-of-year wrap-up

I'll come up with something, probably in a week or so.

London produced only minor changes, nothing notable.
11-16-2009 06:49 AM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

The final weekly edition of the stats

No-one has any year-end wrap-up suggestions

Paris saw two excellent service performances make the best of the season list; Tsonga took 90% of service points against Simon, good for third, and Karlovic took 89.1% against Cuevas for fourth.

Two matches saw the loser take more points, Murray against Stepanek and Cilic against Monfils.
11-09-2009 06:21 AM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

With just a couple of weeks left, I'm thinking of doing a big season review post after the WTF, and I'd appreciate any suggestions for year-end stats that people might like to see. I've got all the ATP MatchStats data, and can classify by it by tournament, round, winner, loser, surface, week, # of sets, etc., so if you have any good ideas for what might be of interest, let me know
11-09-2009 06:17 AM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

Karlovic recorded his second 28-ace performance against Serra, though it was a defeat. This match had the same number of service games as Karlovic's previous 28-ace performance, and thus ties it for the most aces/service game this season at 2.33.

Djokovic's double-bagel of Hernych tied for the fifth best performance on return, with DJokovic winning 70.3% of Hernych's service points.

Youzhny and Davydenko split the points equally in the former's semi-final win, while three matches saw the winner take fewer points; Gonzalez against Isner and Chardy against Korolev were narrow differences, but Kohlschreiber won 13 more points than Chiudinelli in a losing effort. The Chardy-Korolev match was notable as it was a straight set match, odd given that the final tiebreak was a 7-1 blowout.

Guillermo Garcia-Lopez came just 1 double fault short of equaling Fernando Verdasco for the overall lead, but the higher-ranked Spaniard should handily extend his lead in the remaining matches.
11-02-2009 03:23 AM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

Julien Benneteau had the best performance of the season on serve; he won 40 of 43 points against Kevin Anderson to become the first man over 91% this season.

Two 27-ace performances join the tie for fourth in the aces list; Ljubicic against Kiefer and Tsonga against Clement. The Ljubicic match is fifth in the season in aces/game.

Lyon also saw a fourth perfect performance on first serve, from Ben Becker against Lorenzi.

One match saw even points won; Stakhovsky defeat of Marat Safin.

Likewise, one match saw the loser take more points; the dramatic St. Pete's final, with Stakhovsky beating Zeballos in two TBs.
10-27-2009 01:05 AM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

Joachim Johansson's return to the ATP tour saw him put up an impressive performance in Stockholm, placing second overall in APG in his win over Peter Luczak.

One match saw an even split of points; Marchenko's QF win over Korolev in Moscow, while no matches featured the loser taking more points.
10-21-2009 11:01 PM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

Thanks for this great effort
10-19-2009 10:58 PM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

Karlovic makes a fourth appearance on the 'most aces' list in three-setters, tying for fourth as he lost a match for the second straight week with 27 aces.

Three matches saw the winner take fewer points; Berdych d. Cilic, Schuettler d. Vassallo-Arguello and Berdych d. Safin.
10-12-2009 05:06 AM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

Karlovic made another appearance on the aces leader-board in Beijing, tying for fourth-most in a three-setter with his 28 in a loss to Kohlschreiber.

Robin Soderling had the second-best performance on second serve of the year, winning 17/18 points against Robredo in Beijing.

Two matches had equal numbers of points won; Nadal's win over Baghdatis in China and Monfils' victory over Wawrinka in Tokyo.
10-05-2009 07:06 AM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

Korolev's beat-down of Ginepri in Bangkok is the fourth shortest match of the season thus far. Korolev also had the season's best showing on the second serve return, winning 16 of 17 Ginepri second serve points.

Robin Soderling had the third perfect performance on first serve of the season, winning 19 of 19 points against Brendan Evans.

Two matches saw even numbers of points won, Isner against Wachiramanowong (as Snowwy mentioned) and Beck against Kukushkin, while one saw the winner take fewer points; Bopanna's loss to Fernando Gonzalez.
09-29-2009 12:56 AM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

Must say, quite ridiculous which players have consistently been on the "longest game/match/etc"
09-28-2009 11:08 PM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

There was a match today with even points won too for sure, I think it was Isner at 97-97, but Im not completely sure on the players or the points.
09-28-2009 09:01 PM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

The fourth-longest three-set match of the year came in Bucharest, where Ramirez Hidalgo defeated Copil.

Another Bucharest performance saw Monaco win 87% of points on his second serve against Riba, fourth best on the year.

One match had an even number of points won, with Gasquet and Berrer splitting 111-111 in the former's win.

Three matches were won by the player who took fewer points; Koellerer over Volandri, Fognini over Gimeno-Traver and Rochus over Santoro.
09-15-2009 11:19 PM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

Two US Opens were among the year's longest matches, both involving Nico Lapentti. His five set win over Wawrinka clocked in at 283 minutes, and his second round loss to Istomin was 288 minutes.

No matches enter the aces leaderboard, but two were among the highest in doubles faults; Garcia-Lopez had 18 in beating Polansky, while Karol Beck had 15 in a five-set loss to Maxi Gonzalez.

Two matches split points identically; the aforementioned Lapentti-Istomin match and Hernych's win over Schuettler.

Five matches saw the winner take fewer points; Gonzalez-Beck, Troicki-Luczak, Beck-Korolev, Verdasco-Haas and Isner-Roddick.
08-31-2009 12:53 AM
Re: 2009 ATP Stats

Guillermo Garcia Lopez's 11 DFs against Yen-Hsun Lu weren't a really high total, but as they came in just 8 service games they leave him third in DF/Game this season.

New Haven also had two matches in which the winner took less points: Ram's win over Lapentti and Phau's over Almagro.

Also decided to add a new leader-board, total double-faults. The lead recently changed in this competition, as GGL's masterful performance put him 6 ahead of Haas.
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