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Voo de Mar 07-18-2008 05:01 AM

Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)
 


Maiden title winners 2009
Maiden title winners 2010
Maiden title winners 2011
Maiden title winners 2012
Maiden title winners 2013
Maiden title winners 2014

  • Here is the list of players who have won an ATP title and personal number of tournament in which they did it for the first time. Four players (Doumbia, Altur, Lapentti & Ventura) captured first titles in their first ATP tournaments. Vincent Spadea had had to play the most tournaments (223) before took his first title (Julien Benneteau could tie this record in his 223rd main-level tournament, but squandered a match point in the Kuala Lumpur '13 final, dropping to 0-9 in ATP finals). The list takes into account players who began their pro careers in the Open Era:

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Bold: active players
Blue: players who reached No. 1 in the world; Federer played the most tournaments to win first title :p
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1 -
Yahiya Doumbia (Lyon 1988) - in the picture
Jose Francisco Altur (San Marino 1989)
Nicolas Lapentti (Bogota 1995)
Santiago Ventura (Casablanca 2004)
2 -
Lleyton Hewitt (Adelaide 1998)
Steve Darcis (Amersfoort 2007)
3 -
Danny Saltz (Auckland 1984)
Marc Rosset (Geneva 1989)
Fernando Gonzalez (Orlando 2000)
Olivier Rochus (Palermo 2000)
Jerome Haehnel (Metz 2004)
4 -
Butch Walts (Boca Raton 1976)
Juan Ignacio Chela (Mexico City 2000)
David Ferrer (Bucharest 2002)
5 -
Jose-Luis Clerc (Florence 1978)
Roberto Arguello (Venice 1983)
Peter Lundgren (Cologne 1985)
Mark Woodforde (Auckland 1986)
Richard Krajicek (Hong Kong 1991)
Dimitry Poliakov (Umag 1991)
Juan Carlos Ferrero (Mallorca 1999)
6 -
Mark Edmondson (Australian Open 1975)
Shlomo Glickstein (Hobart 1980)
Aaron Krickstein (Tel Aviv 1983)
Jay Berger (Buenos Aires 1986)
Guillermo Coria (Vina del Mar 2001)
Jan Vacek (Costa Do Sauipe 2001)
Kei Nishikori (Delray Beach 2008)
7 -
Mario Martinez (Bordeaux 1980)
Ricki Osterthun (Hilversum 1985)
Frederic Fontang (Palermo 1991)
Carsten Arriens (Guaruja 1992)
Greg Rusedski (Newport 1993)
Carlos Moya (Buenos Aires 1995)
8 -
Luiz Mattar (Guaruja 1987)
Magnus Larsson (Florence 1990)
Marcel Granollers (Houston 2008)
Milos Raonic (San Jose 2011)
9 -
Dan Cassidy (Mebourne 1984)
Horacio De La Pena (Marbella 1985)
Sergiy Stakhovsky (Zagreb 2008)
10 -
Guillermo Perez-Roldan (Munich 1987)
Massimiliano Narducci (Florence 1988)
Jan Kroslak (Tel Aviv 1995)
Juan Balcells (Bucharest 2000)
Andy Roddick (Atlanta 2001)
11 -
Ulf Stenlund (Palermo 1986)
Jan Siemerink (Singapour 1991)
Andrei Medvedev (Genoa 1992)
Andrew Ilie (Coral Springs 1998)
Mariano Puerta (Palermo 1998)
12 -
Eddie Dibbs (Hamburg 1973)
Heinz Gunthardt (Springfield 1978)
Alberto Mancini (Bologna 1988)
Andreas Vinciguerra (Copenhagen 2000)
Florent Serra (Bucharest 2005)
13 -
Yannick Noah (Manila 1978)
Martin Jaite (Buenos Aires 1985)
Marcelo Filippini (Bastad 1988)
Jordi Burillo (Bologna 1993)
Jiri Novak (Auckland 1996)
Michal Tabara (Chennai 2001)
Joachim Johansson (Memphis 2004)
Tomas Berdych (Palermo 2004)
Ivan Dodig (Zagreb 2011)
14 -
Vijay Amritraj (Bretton Woods 1973)
Marko Ostoja (Brussels 1981)
Anders Jarryd (Linz 1982)
Bernd Karbacher (Koln 1992)
Sjeng Schalken (Valencia 1995)
Julian Alonso (Santiago 1997)
Andy Murray (San Jose 2006)
15 -
Raul Ramirez (Kitzbuhel 1973)
Johan Kriek (Sarasota 1979)
Thomas Enqvist (Bolzano 1992)
Yevgeny Kafelnikov (Adelaide 1994)
Bohdan Ulihrach (Prague 1995)
16 -
Pat Cash (Melbourne 1983)
Karel Novacek (Washington 1986)
Michael Chang (San Francisco 1988)
Stefan Koubek (Atlanta 1999)
Ricardo Mello(Delray Beach 2004)
Philipp Petzschner (Vienna 2008)
17 -
Balazs Taroczy (Kitzbuhel 1974)
Hendrik Sundstrom (Nice 1983)
Stefan Edberg (Milan 1984)
Michael Stich (Memphis 1991)
Tommy Robredo (Sopot 2001)
Martin Verkerk (Milan 2003)
Gael Monfils (Sopot 2005)
Rajeev Ram(Newport 2009)
Martin Klizan (St. Petersburg 2012)
18 -
Vitas Gerulaitis (Vienna 1974)
Peter Feigl (Cleveland 1978)
Paolo Cane (Bordeaux 1986)
Jim Grabb (Seoul 1987)
Mark-Kevin Goellner (Nice 1993)
Marcelo Rios (Bologna 1995)
Roberto Carretero (Hamburg 1996)
Felix Mantilla (Oporto 1996)
Joao Sousa (Kuala Lumpur 2013)
19 -
Brad Gilbert (Taipei 1982)
Francesco Cancellotti (Florence 1984)
Jonas Svensson (Cologne 1986)
Francisco Clavet (Hilversum 1990)
Martin Sinner (Copenhagen 1995)
Rainer Schuettler (Doha 1999)
David Nalbandian (Estoril 2002)
Paul-Henri Mathieu (Moscow 2002)
20 -
Peter Doohan (Adelaide 1984)
Thomas Muster (Hilversum 1986)
Gustavo Kuerten (Roland Garros 1997)
Mikhail Kukushkin (St. Petersburg 2010)
21 -
Libor Pimek (Munich 1984)
Robbie Weiss (Sao Paulo 1990)
Stefano Pescosolido (Scottsdale 1992)
Fernando Verdasco (Valencia 2004)
22 -
Mats Wilander (Roland Garros 1982)
Simone Colombo (Saint Vincent 1986)
Kent Carlsson (Bari 1986)
Daniele Bracciali (Casablanca 2006)
23 -
Phil Dent (Sydney Out. 1971)
Andrei Chesnokov (Florence 1987)
Gabriel Markus (Nice 1992)
Mauricio Hadad (Bermuda 1995)
24 -
Boris Becker (Queens Club 1985)
Andre Agassi (Itaparica 1986)
Christian Saceanu (Bristol 1988)
Sargis Sargsian (Newport 1997)
Mariano Zabaleta (Bogota 1998)
Jose Acasuso (Sopot 2002)
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (Bangkok 2008)
Thomaz Bellucci (Gstaad 2009)
25 -
Sandy Mayer (Baltimore 1974)
Tomas Smid (Sarasota 1978)
John Fitzgerald (Kitzbuhel 1981)
Nicklas Kulti (Adelaide 1991)
Rafael Nadal (Sopot 2004)
Novak Djokovic (Amersfoort 2006)
26 -
Juan Aguilera (Aix-en-Provance 1984)
Nicolas Kiefer (Toulouse 1997)
27 -
Wally Masur (Hong Kong 1983)
Nicklas Kroon (Brisbane 1989)
Richard Fromberg (Bologna 1990)
Filip Dewulf (Vienna 1997)
Alberto Martin (Casablanca 1999)
Peter Wessels (Newport 2000)
28 -
Miroslav Mecir (Rotterdam 1985)
David Wheaton (Kiawah Island 1990)
Magnus Norman (Bastad 1997)
Robby Ginepri (Newport 2003)
Federico Delbonis (Sao Paulo 2014)
29 -
John McEnroe (Hartford 1978)
Thierry Tulasne (Bastad 1981)
Mark Koevermans (Athens 1990)
Bryan Shelton (Newport 1991)
Hicham Arazi (Casablanca 1997)
Andrei Pavel (Tokyo 1998)
30 -
Jimmy Connors (Queens Club 1972)
Brian Gottfried (Johannesburg 1973)
Per Hjertquist (Sofia 1980)
Scott Davis (Maui 1983)
Paul Annacone (Los Angeles 1985)
Jonathan Canter (Melbourne 1985)
Alberto Berasategui (Sao Paulo 1993)
Patrick Rafter (Manchester 1994)
31 -
Eliot Teltscher (Hong Kong 1978)
Jimmy Arias (Tokyo 1982)
Henri Leconte (Stockholm 1982)
Matt Anger (Johannesburg 1985)
Patrick Baur (Guaruja 1991)
Filippo Volandri (St. Polten 2004)
32 -
Howard Schoenfield (Tulsa 1980)
Sergio Casal (Florence 1985)
Goran Prpic (Umag 1990)
Carlos Costa (Estoril 1992)
Jan Michael Gambill (Scottsdale 1999)
Marcos Baghdatis (Beijing 2006)
Jeremy Chardy (Stuttgart 2009)
Ryan Sweeting (Houston 2011)
33 -
Victor Pecci (Madrid 1976)
Jim Courier (Basel 1989)
34 -
Guillermo Vilas (Buenos Aires 1973)
John Sadri (Auckland 1980)
Ivan Lendl (Houston 1980)
Dominique Badel (Bogota 1980)
Kelly Evernden (Bristol 1987)
Dan Goldie (Newport 1987)
Pete Sampras (Philadelphia 1990)
Jaime Oncins (Bologna 1992)
Karol Kucera (Rosmalen 1995)
Arnaud Di Pasquale (Palermo 1999)
Taylor Dent (Newport 2002)
Richard Gasquet (Nottingham 2005)
35 -
Bjorn Borg (London 1974)
Jaime Yzaga (Schenectady 1987)
Thomas Johansson (Copenhagen 1997)
Alex Calatrava (San Marino 2000)
James Blake (Washington 2002)
Nicolas Almagro (Valencia 2006)
36 -
Werner Zirngibl (Brussels 1980)
Kevin Curren (Johannesburg 1981)
Amos Mansdorf (Johannesburg 1986)
Robin Soderling (Lyon 2004)
Wesley Moodie (Tokyo Out. 2005)
Gilles Simon (Marseille 2007)
Andrey Golubev (Hamburg 2010)
37 -
Javier Sanchez (Buenos Aires 1988)
Albert Costa (Kitzbuhel 1995)
38 -
Marat Safin (Boston 1999)
Kevin Anderson (Johannesburg 2011)
Pablo Andujar (Casablanca 2011)
39 -
Antonio Zugarelli (Bastad 1976)
Fritz Buehning (Sydney Out. 1980)
Gianni Ocleppo (Linz 1981)
Christo Van Rensburg (Orlando 1987)
Horst Skoff (Athens 1988)
Kelly Jones (Singapore 1989)
Goran Ivanisevic (Stuttgart Out. 1990)
Tim Henman (Sydney 1997)
Chris Woodruff (Montreal 1997)
40 -
Tim Wilkison (Sydney Out. 1978)
Joakim Nystrom (Sydney Out. 1983)
Pieter Aldrich (Newport 1990)
Jacco Eltingh (Manchester 1992)
Mikael Tillstrom (Chennai 1997)
Sam Querrey (Las Vegas 2008)
41 -
Peter McNamara (Berlin 1979)
Gianluca Pozzi (Brisbane 1991)
Wayne Ferreira (Queens Club 1992)
Chuck Adams (Seoul 1993)
Neville Godwin (Newport 2001)
Nikolay Davydenko (Adelaide 2003)
Igor Andreev (Valencia 2005)
42 -
Adriano Panatta (Bournemouth 1973)
Wojtek Fibak (Stockholm 1976)
Carl-Uwe Steeb (Gstaad 1989)
Todd Martin (Coral Springs 1993)
Fernando Meligeni (Bastad 1995)
Mark Philippoussis (Toulouse 1996)
Stanislas Wawrinka (Umag 2006)
43 -
Dominik Hrbaty (San Marino 1998)
Nicolas Escude (Toulouse 1999)
Marin Cilic (New Haven 2008)
John Isner (Auckland 2010)
44 -
Andrei Cherkasov (Moscow 1990)
Jonathan Stark (Bolzano 1993)
Mikhail Youzhny (Stuttgat Out. 2002)
Hyung-Taik Lee (Sydney Out. 2003)
45 -
Paolo Bertolucci (Florence 1975)
Brian Teacher (Jackson 1977)
Brad Drewett (Cairo 1982)
Sergi Bruguera (Estoril 1991)
Juan Martin del Potro (Stuttgart Out. 2008)
Alexandr Dolgopoov (Umag 2011)
Lukas Rosol (Bucharest 2013)
46 -
Alex Antonitsch (Seoul 1990)
Mardy Fish (Stockholm 2003)
47 -
Victor Amaya (Adelaide 1977)
Vincent Van Patten (Tokyo Ind. 1981)
Karim Alami (Atlanta 1996)
Franco Squillari (Munich 1999)
Horacio Zeballos (Vina del Mar 2013)
Roberto Bautista-Agut ('s-Hertogenbosch 2014)
48 -
Angel Gimenez (Vienna 1980)
Andres Gomez (Bordeaux 1981)
Emilio Sanchez (Nice 1986)
Roger Federer (Milan 2001)
49 -
Harold Solomon (Washington 1974)
Chris Lewis (Kitzbuhel 1978)
Bernard Mitton (Newport 1978)
Claudio Mezzadri (Geneva 1987)
Tommy Haas (Memphis 1999)
Michael Llodra (s-Hertogenbosch 2004)
50 -
Nduka Odizor (Taipei 1983)
Mark Dickson (Houston 1984)
MaliVai Washington (Memphis 1992)
Hernan Gumy (Santiago 1996)
Bernard Tomic (Sydney 2013)
51 -
Jose Higueras (Santiago 1976)
Franco Davin (St. Vincent 1989)
Fernando Vicente (Merano 1997)
52 -
Christian Miniussi (Sao Paulo 1991)
Agustin Calleri (Acapulco 2003)
53 -
Hans Gildemeister (Barcelona 1979)
Ramesh Krishnan (Manila 1981)
Marian Vajda (Prague 1987)
Mikael Pernfors (Los Angeles 1988)
Guillaume Raoux (Brisbane 1992)
Leander Paes (Newport 1998)
54 -
Darren Cahill (Gstaad 1988)
David Sanchez (Vina del Mar 2003)
55 -
Omar Camporese (Rotterdam 1991)
Gilbert Schaller (Casablanca 1995)
Robin Haase (Kitzbuhel 2011)
56 -
Juan Antonio Marin (Bastad 1999)
Nicolas Massu (Buenos Aires 2002)
57 -
Rolf Gehring (Munich 1980)
Nick Saviano (Nancy 1983)
Slobodan Zivojinovic (Houston 1985)
Andrei Olhovskiy (Copenhagen 1993)
58 -
Pablo Arraya (Bordeaux 1983)
David Prinosil (Newport 1995)
Paradorn Srichaphan (Long Island 2002)
59 -
Gene Mayer (Guadalajara 1978)
Alex Corretja (Buenos Aires 1994)
60 -
Pat DuPre (Hong Kong 1982)
Jeff Tarango (Wellington 1992)
Guilermo Canas (Casablanca 2001)
Ivan Ljubicic (Lyon 2001)
Lars Burgsmuller (Copenhagen 2002)
61 -
Mario Ancic ('s-Hertogenbosch 2005)
62 -
Roscoe Tanner (Denver 1974)
Larry Stefanki (La Quinta 1985)
Milan Srejber (Rye Brook 1988)
Igor Kunitsyn (Moscow 2008)
Benjamin Becker (s'Hertogenbosch 2009)
63 -
Corrado Barazzutti (Nice 1976)
Jim Pugh (Newport 1989)
64 -
Alexander Volkov (Milan 1991)
Javier Frana (Guaruja 1991)
Dmitry Tursunov (Mumbai 2006)
Juan Monaco (Buenos Aires 2007)
65 -
Dick Stockton (Atlanta 1974)
Nicolas Pereira (Bogota 1994)
Sebastien Grosjean (Nottingham 2000)
66 -
Petr Korda (New Haven 1991)
Leonardo Lavalle (Tel Aviv 1991)
67 -
Scott Draper (Queens Club 1998)
Ernests Gulbis (Delray Beach 2010)
68 -
Ulrich Pinner (Stuttgart Out. 1978)
69 -
Magnus Gustafsson (Munich 1991)
Jerome Golmard (Dubai 1999)
Gaston Gaudio (Barcelona 2002)
Philipp Kohlschreiber (Munich 2007)
70 -
Bill Scanlon (Maui 1978)
Tomas Carbonell (Maceio 1992)
72 -
Paul McNamee (Palm Harbor 1980)
Arnaud Boetsch (Rosmalen 1993)
73 -
Claudio Panatta (Bari 1985)
Simon Youl (Schenectady 1989)
Shuzo Matsuoka (Seoul 1992)
74 -
Markus Zoecke (Sun City 1994)
Patrick McEnroe (Sydney 1995)
Alex O'Brien (New Haven 1996)
Grigor Dimitrov (Stockholm 2013)
Pablo Cuevas (Bastad 2014)
75 -
Eric Jelen (Bristol 1989)
Julien Boutter (Casablanca 2003)
76 -
Van Winitsky (Hong Kong 1981)
77 -
Feliciano Lopez (Vienna 2004)
78 -
Peter Fleming (Bologna 1978)
79 -
Viktor Troicki (Moscow 2010)
81 -
Ronald Agenor (Athens 1989)
Ivo Karlovic (Houston 2007)
82 -
Jan Gunnarsson (Vienna 1985)
Galo Blanco (San Marino 1999)
83 -
Diego Perez (Bordeaux 1985)
Slava Dosedel (Santiago 1995)
84 -
Matt Mitchell (Melborne 1984)
Richey Reneberg (Tampa 1991)
85 -
Arnaud Clement (Lyon 2000)
86 -
Pavel Slozil (Nancy 1981)
Tim Mayotte (Delray Beach 1985)
Andreas Maurer (Madrid 1985)
Jordi Arrese (San Remo 1986)
89 -
Victor Hanescu (Gstaad 2008)
90 -
Guy Forget (Toulouse 1986)
Jonas Bjorkman (Auckland 1997)
Younes El Aynaoui (Amsterdam 1999)
Leonardo Mayer (Hamburg 2014)
91 -
Pedro Rebolledo (Vina del Mar 1982)
92 -
Antony Dupuis (Milan 2004)
93 -
Richard Meyer (Sofia 1981)
Luis Horna (Acapulco 2006)
94 -
Eddie Edwards (Adelaide 1985)
Derrick Rostagno (New Haven 1990)
Jason Stoltenberg (Manchester 1993)
96 -
Radek Stepanek (Rotterdam 2006)
97 -
Terry Moor (Tokyo Out. 1979)
98 -
Robert Van't Hof (Seoul 1989)
Adrian Voinea (Bournemouth 1999)
Jarkko Nieminen (Auckland 2006)
99 -
Renzo Furlan (San Jose 1994)
101 -
Byron Black (Seoul 1996)
102 -
Jurgen Melzer (Bucharest 2006)
103 -
Albert Portas (Hamburg 2001)
104 -
Max Mirnyi (Rotterdam 2003)
107 -
Kim Warwick (Bangalore 1976)
109 -
Guillermo Garcia-Lopez (Kitzbuhel 2009)
111 -
Jakob Hlasek (Wembley 1988)
116 -
Davide Sanguinetti (Milan 2002)
117 -
Xavier Malisse (Delray Beach 2005)
120 -
Carlos Berlocq (Bastad 2013)
122 -
Rod Frawley (Adelaide 1982)
125 -
Todd Woodbridge (Coral Springs 1995)
126 -
Andrea Gaudenzi (Casablanca 1998)
128 -
Wayne Arthurs (Scottsdale 2005)
135 -
John Alexander (Forth Worth 1975)
Kenneth Carlsen (Hong Kong 1998)
136 -
Nicolas Mahut ('s Hertogenbosch)
137 -
Paul Haarhuis (Jakarta 1995)
138 -
Jeremy Bates (Seoul 1994)
139 -
Hank Pfister (Maui 1981)
140 -
Florian Mayer (Bucharest 2011)
143 -
Albert Montanes (Amersfoort 2008)
148 -
Cedric Pioline (Copenhagen 1996)
Janko Tipsarevic (Kuala Lumpur 2011)
151 -
Fabio Fognini (Stuttgart 2013)
168 -
Fabrice Santoro (Lyon 1997)
169 -
Sammy Giammalva Jr. (Napa 1981)
174 -
Andreas Seppi (Eastbourne 2011)
204 -
Tom Gullikson (Newport 1985)
223 -
Vincent Spadea (Scottsdale 2004)


# "I was ranked in or near the top 20, and you can't find many players who have reached that level without winning a title," said Spadea
# There are possible mistakes... I used the ATP data counting tournaments, over the years some tournaments disappeared (of the 70s), others weren't included as they should have been (Davydenko in Madrid '08 for instance)

Grinder 07-18-2008 05:08 AM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers
 
Amazing work man, appreciate the hard work you put into compiling this stuff, it's always interesting to reference.

The ATP needs to hire you. :worship:

Action Jackson 07-18-2008 05:11 AM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers
 
Peter Lundgren needs to be on that list. He won Cologne 1985 at his 5th tournament as a pro and he was a qualifier.

Action Jackson 07-18-2008 05:11 AM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers
 
Great work as always Voo.

Voo de Mar 07-18-2008 05:16 AM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by PMK is Innocent (Post 7356452)
Peter Lundgren needs to be on that list. He won Cologne 1985 at his 5th tournament as a pro and he was a qualifier.

Thanks :yeah: Peter is added. I was counting many players from Sjengster's list (The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource). There is no Lundgren :)

Action Jackson 07-18-2008 05:19 AM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Voo de Mar (Post 7356458)
Thanks :yeah: Peter is added. I was counting many players from Sjengster's list (The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource). There is no Lundgren :)

If I find any others, but I think you have most of it covered.

Action Jackson 07-18-2008 05:25 AM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers
 
Mancini in Bologna 88, did this at his 12th event.

shotgun 07-18-2008 03:20 PM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers
 
Interesting stuff. I think you can reasonably say that players that won their first title at their 50th event or after, are somewhat late bloomers.

Renaud 07-18-2008 09:05 PM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers
 
Thierry Tulasne: 29th tournament if i counted well (but you'd better check ;) ) ----------) Bastad 1981
Julien Boutter 75 th(??) -----) Casablanca 2003
Ulf Stenlund 11 th ------) Palermo 1986
Van Winitsky 76 th (??) ------) Hong-Kong 1981
Vincent Van Patten 47 th ------) Tokyo 1981

It's saturday evening so i have no time for more precision, but this players are also missing:

Shuzo Matsuoka (Seoul 1992)
Nicolas Pereira (Bogota 1994)
Martin Sinner (Copenhagen 1995)
Mauricio Hadad (Bermuda 1995)
Alex O'Brien (New Haven 1996)

Morgan Z 07-18-2008 10:02 PM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers
 
Great thread, by the way! I had no idea till today that Amersfoort was only the second big stage event for Darcis. :eek:

Voo de Mar 07-19-2008 12:05 PM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers
 
I have added today 40 players :yeah: I was very suprised when I realized that Jose Francisco Altur is among 4 players who have won maiden title in a debut :eek:

Renaud 07-19-2008 01:14 PM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)
 
Francesco Cancellotti - ) Florence 1984
Peter Doohan - ) Adelaide 1984
Dan Cassidy - ) Mebourne 1984
Matt Mitchell - ) Melborne 1984
Mark Dickson - ) Houston WCT 1984
Rick Osterthun - ) Hilversum 1985
Claudio Panatta - ) Bari 1985
Larry Stefanki - ) La quinta 1985
Jonathan Canter - ) Melbourne 1985
Matt Anger - ) Johannesburg 1985
Diego Perez - ) Bordeaux 1985
Eddie Edwards - ) Adelaide 1985
Simone Colombo - ) Saint Vincent 1986
Claudio Mezzadri - ) Geneva 1987

Now i think no one is missing for 84, 85, 86, 87 :)

Voo de Mar 07-19-2008 01:25 PM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Renaud (Post 7363866)
Francesco Cancellotti - ) Florence 1984
Peter Doohan - ) Adelaide 1984
Dan Cassidy - ) Mebourne 1984
Matt Mitchell - ) Melborne 1984
Mark Dickson - ) Houston WCT 1984
Rick Osterthun - ) Hilversum 1985
Claudio Panatta - ) Bari 1985
Larry Stefanki - ) La quinta 1985
Jonathan Canter - ) Melbourne 1985
Matt Anger - ) Johannesburg 1985
Diego Perez - ) Bordeaux 1985
Eddie Edwards - ) Adelaide 1985
Simone Colombo - ) Saint Vincent 1986
Claudio Mezzadri - ) Geneva 1987

Now i think no one is missing for 84, 85, 86, 87 :)

:crazy: A lot of work for Sjengster as well. He hasn't got those players in his thread :)

Voo de Mar 07-20-2008 02:16 PM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)
 
Here is the list of "first time title winners" in 2008:

6 - Kei Nishikori (Delray Beach)
8 - Marcel Granollers (Houston)
9 - Sergiy Stakhovsky (Zagreb)
16 - Philipp Petzschner (Vienna)
24 - Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (Bangkok)
40 - Sam Querrey (Las Vegas)
43 - Marin Cilic (New Haven)
45 - Juan Martin del Potro (Stuttgart Out.)
62 - Igor Kunitsyn (Moscow)
89 - Victor Hanescu (Gstaad)
143 - Albert Montanes (Amersfoort)

First time winners year by year:

2008 - 11
2007 - 5
2006 - 11
2005 - 8
2004 - 13
2003 - 9
2002 - 12
2001 - 10
2000 - 9
1999 - 16
1998 - 10
1997 - 12
1996 - 9
1995 - 18
1994 - 8
1993 - 10
1992 - 15
1991 - 17
1990 - 15
1989 - 11
1988 - 12
1987 - 12
1986 - 13
1985 - 17
1984 - 11
1983 - 11

Voo de Mar 07-21-2008 09:10 AM

Re: Maiden ATP crown - numbers (long list from Doumbia to Spadea)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Renaud (Post 7363866)
Francesco Cancellotti - ) Florence 1984
[...]

Now i think no one is missing for 84, 85, 86, 87 :)

All players are added :yeah: I'm waiting for anothers ;)


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