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Old 11-07-2012, 11:00 AM   #41
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Default Re: 2012 Tie-break Kings

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Originally Posted by GSMnadal View Post
Wow no Federer? Can't recall seeing him lose a tiebreak like....ever
for Fed with 59% tiebreak wins it has been the first average tiebreak stat year since 2003 (61% in 2001, 62% in 2002, 61% in 2003) :

it was 81% in 2004, 72% in 2005, 73% in 2006, 75% in 2007, 66% in 2008, 70% in 2009, 68% in 2010, 69% in 2011

(courtesy of someone I don't remember, Litotes I think for all years before the final years)

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Originally Posted by Chip & Charge View Post
Federer has played 31 tie breaks this year winning 61.29% of them which puts him 18th on the list. He has dropped a few tie-breaks to people he shouldn't have this year: Ungur, Benneteau, Roddick & Bellucci. He has also dropped a couple to Raonic in there matches
32 (19-13) including the tiebreak lost to Isner in Davis cup : I see now that you didn't include Davis cup, which explains our difference

against Raonic, he won two decisive tiebreaks, that's the most important he lost the first set ones
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