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Maybe time to upload the bagel list? Such an amusing thread, curious to see where Djokovic stands after giving lots of bakery products this year :p
Plan is to finish it by this time tomorrow!
 

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Finally updated through the 2015 season!

No new additions to the Hall of Fame. Indeed, Tipsarevic and Volandri remain the closest contenders with 28 bagels each (next followed by Kohlschreiber with 24!)

New entires in the Bagel Hall of Shame are Florian Mayer, Dudi Sela, and Andrea Seppi!

Jarkko Nieminen has now retired so drops off the Hall of Fame list with 44 tour-level bagels:

Jarkko NIEMINEN – 44 bagels
1) Lleyton Hewitt - Wimbledon, 2015
2) Bernard Tomic - Miami, 2014
3) Alexander Lazov - Davis Cup EAG2 1st Round, 2014
4) Colin O'Brien - Davis Cup EAG2 2nd Round, 2013
5) Fernando Verdasco - Indian Wells, 2013
6) David Goffin - Rotterdam, 2013
7) David Goffin - Rotterdam, 2013
8) Bjorn Phau - Sydney, 2013
9) Mikhail Kukushkin - US Open, 2012
10) Benoit Paire - Belgrade, 2012
11) James Blake - Stockholm, 2010
12) Christian Lindell - Bastad, 2010
13) Evgeny Korolev - Delray Beach, 2010
14) Grigor Dimitrov - Stockholm, 2009
15) Photos Kallias - Davis Cup EAG2 3rd Round
16) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Brisbane, 2009
17) Marko Djokovic - Bangkok, 2008
18) Philippe Grandjean - Davis Cup EAG2 Play-Off,2008
19) Philippe Grandjean - Davis Cup EAG2 Play-Off, 2008
20) Marc Gicquel - Monte Carlo, 2008
21) Peter Luczak - Stockholm, 2007
22) Toshihide Matsui - Mumbai, 2007
23) Vincent Spadea - Cincinatti, 2007
24) Evgeny Korolev - Miami, 2007
25) Evgeny Korolev - Miami, 2007
26) Lazar Magdincev - Davis Cup EAG2 Semi-Finals, 2006
27) Abdelhak Hameurlaine - Davis EAG2 2nd Round, 2006
28) Abdelhak Hameurlaine - Davis EAG2 2nd Round, 2006
29) Lukas Dlouhy - Bastad, 2006
30) Martin Lee - Wimbledon, 2006
31) Christophe Rochus - Hamburg, 2006
32) Louk Sorensen - Davis Cup EAG2 1st Round
33) Lars Burgsmuller - Stuttgart, 2005
34) Andre Agassi - Roland Garros, 2005
35) Luis Horna - Indian Wells, 2005
36) Ervin Eleskovic - Bastad, 2004
37) Karol Kucera - Vienna, 2003
38) Jean-Rene Lisnard - Munich, 2003
39) Xavier Malisse - Barcelona, 2003
40) Alex Corretja - Rotterdam, 2003
41) Peter Luczak - Sydney, 2003
42) Frank Dancevic - Washington, 2002
43) Galo Blanco - Mallorca, 2002
44) Attila Savolt - Davis Cup EAG1 Play-Off, 2000
 

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The Hall of Fame list is now updated through to the start of the 2017 season!

No new entries this year but Lleyton Hewitt and Robin Soderling drop off due to retirement. Although Jarkko Nieminen retired once already last year, he came back out of retirement long enought to triple bagel an opponent in a Davis Cup tie so he's listed again here with the updated stats.

A summary of this post:
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[B]Player			Country	Bagels Baked	Bagels Eaten	Bagel Ratio[/B]
Lleyton HEWITT		AUS	54		13		4.15
Jarkko NIEMINEN		FIN	47		14		3.36
Robin SODERLING		SWE	31		9		3.44

Lleyton Hewitt – 54 bagels
1) Aleksandr Nedovyesov - US Open, 2015
2) Ze Zhang - Australian Open, 2015
3) Marcos Baghdatis - Memphis, 2014
4) Ivan Dodig - Atlanta, 2013
5) Adrian Mannarino - Memphis, 2011
6) Maximo Gonzalez - Wimbledon, 2010
7) Jeremy Chardy - Roland Garros, 2010
8) Somdev Devvarman - Houston, 2010
9) Marcos Baghdatis - Australian Open, 2010
10) Andreas Seppi - Sydney, 2010
11) Edouard Roger-Vasselin - Tokyo, 2009
12) Thiago Alves - US Open, 2009
13) Eduardo Schwank - London/Queen's Club, 2009
14) Diego Junqueira - Houston, 2009
15) Albert Montanes - Wimbledon, 2008
16) Kirati Siributwong - Davis Cup AOG1 2nd Round, 2008
17) Kirati Siributwong - Davis Cup AOG1 2nd Round, 2008
18) Ti Chen - Davis Cup AOG1 1st Round, 2008
19) Steve Darcis - Australian Open, 2008
20) Steve Darcis - Australian Open, 2008
21) Jan Hernych - Roland Garros, 2006
22) Paul Goldstein - Las Vegas, 2006
23) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Las Vegas, 2006
24) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Adelaide, 2006
25) Paul-Henri Mathieu - Indian Wells, 2005
26) James Blake - Australian Open, 2005
27) Ivo Minar - Sydney, 2005
28) Gouichi Motomura - Tokyo, 2004
29) Mehdi Tahiri - Davis Cup WG Play-Off
30) Arnaud Di Pasquale - Roland Garros, 2004
31) Jonas Bjorkman - Hamburg, 2004
32) Michael Joyce - Los Angeles, 2003
33) Cecil Mamiit - Los Angeles, 2003
34) Radek Stepanek - Australian Open, 2003
35) Todd Larkham - Australian Open, 2003
36) Robby Ginepri - Cincinatti, 2002
37) Robby Ginepri - Cincinatti, 2002
38) Andrei Stoliarov - Roland Garros, 2002
39) Andrei Pavel - Indian Wells, 2002
40) James Blake - Tokyo, 2001
41) James Blake - US Open, 2001
42) Simon Larose - Montréal, 2001
43) Nikolay Davydenko - Roland Garros, 2001
44) Tommy Haas - Adelaide, 2001
45) Bjorn Phau - Adelaide, 2001
46) Pete Sampras - Tennis Masters Cup, 2000
47) Stefan Koubek - Indianapolis, 2000
48) Attila Savolt - Roland Garros, 2000
49) Alex Corretja - Australian Open, 2000
50) Alex Corretja - Australian Open, 2000
51) Jason Stoltenberg - Sydney, 2000
52) Dejan Petrovic - Adelaide, 2000
53) Marc Rosset - US Open, 1999
54) Todd Martin - Davis Cup Quarter-Finals, 1999


Jarkko NIEMINEN – 47 bagels
1) Courtney John Lock - Davis Cup EAG2 1st Round, 2016
2) Courtney John Lock - Davis Cup EAG2 1st Round, 2016
3) Courtney John Lock - Davis Cup EAG2 1st Round, 2016
4) Lleyton Hewitt - Wimbledon, 2015
5) Bernard Tomic - Miami, 2014
6) Alexander Lazov - Davis Cup EAG2 1st Round, 2014
7) Colin O'Brien - Davis Cup EAG2 2nd Round, 2013
8) Fernando Verdasco - Indian Wells, 2013
9) David Goffin - Rotterdam, 2013
10) David Goffin - Rotterdam, 2013
11) Bjorn Phau - Sydney, 2013
12) Mikhail Kukushkin - US Open, 2012
13) Benoit Paire - Belgrade, 2012
14) James Blake - Stockholm, 2010
15) Christian Lindell - Bastad, 2010
16) Evgeny Korolev - Delray Beach, 2010
17) Grigor Dimitrov - Stockholm, 2009
18) Photos Kallias - Davis Cup EAG2 3rd Round
19) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Brisbane, 2009
20) Marko Djokovic - Bangkok, 2008
21) Philippe Grandjean - Davis Cup EAG2 Play-Off,2008
22) Philippe Grandjean - Davis Cup EAG2 Play-Off, 2008
23) Marc Gicquel - Monte Carlo, 2008
24) Peter Luczak - Stockholm, 2007
25) Toshihide Matsui - Mumbai, 2007
26) Vincent Spadea - Cincinatti, 2007
27) Evgeny Korolev - Miami, 2007
28) Evgeny Korolev - Miami, 2007
29) Lazar Magdincev - Davis Cup EAG2 Semi-Finals, 2006
30) Abdelhak Hameurlaine - Davis EAG2 2nd Round, 2006
31) Abdelhak Hameurlaine - Davis EAG2 2nd Round, 2006
32) Lukas Dlouhy - Bastad, 2006
33) Martin Lee - Wimbledon, 2006
34) Christophe Rochus - Hamburg, 2006
35) Louk Sorensen - Davis Cup EAG2 1st Round
36) Lars Burgsmuller - Stuttgart, 2005
37) Andre Agassi - Roland Garros, 2005
38) Luis Horna - Indian Wells, 2005
39) Ervin Eleskovic - Bastad, 2004
40) Karol Kucera - Vienna, 2003
41) Jean-Rene Lisnard - Munich, 2003
42) Xavier Malisse - Barcelona, 2003
43) Alex Corretja - Rotterdam, 2003
44) Peter Luczak - Sydney, 2003
45) Frank Dancevic - Washington, 2002
46) Galo Blanco - Mallorca, 2002
47) Attila Savolt - Davis Cup EAG1 Play-Off, 2000


Robin SODERLING – 31 bagels
1) Tomas Berdych - Bastad, 2011
2) Diego Junqueira - Bastad, 2011
3) Gilles Simon - Paris, 2010
4) Edouard Roger-Vasselin - Kuala Lumpur, 2010
5) Taylor Dent - Roland Garros, 2010
6) Laurent Recouderc - Roland Garros, 2010
7) Fernando Gonzalez - Miami, 2010
8) Peter Luczak - Miami, 2010
9) Julien Benneteau - Rotterdam, 2010
10) Giovanni Lapentti - Stockholm, 2009
11) Victor Hanescu - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2009
12) Marcel Granollers - Rome, 2009
13) Kei Nishikori - Stockholm, 2008
14) Julien Benneteau - Cincinatti, 2008
15) James Blake - World Team Championship, 2008
16) Jose Acasuso - Davis Cup Quarter-Finals, 2008
17) Stefan Koubek - Miami, 2008
18) Gaston Gaudio - Barcelona, 2007
19) Fabrice Santoro - Dubai, 2007
20) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez - Doha, 2007
21) Jonas Bjorkman - Stockholm, 2006
22) Flavio Saretta - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2006
23) Ricardo Mello - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2006
24) Andrei Pavel - Halle, 2006
25) Fernando Gonzalez - Indian Wells, 2006
26) Max Mirnyi - Memphis, 2006
27) Davide Sanguinetti - Paris, 2004
28) Tommy Robredo - Bastad, 2004
29) Hyung-Taik Lee - Roland Garros, 2004
30) John van Lottum - Shanghai, 2003
31) Lars Burgsmuller - US Open, 2002
 

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Now the Bagel Hall of Shame is updated through to the start of the 2017 tour! Two new additions since it was last updated (Stepanek and Berdych) and no-one has dropped off!
 

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The Bagel Hall of Fame is now updated through to the start of the 2018 season!

The only new addition to the list is Janko Tipsarevic (Finally! He got to 25 bagels 6 years ago!)

Two players on the list Radek Stepanek and Juan Monaco have officially retired so drop off the list and are listed below:

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[B]Player			Country	Bagels Baked	Bagels Eaten	Bagel Ratio[/B]
Radek STEPANEK		CZE	36		22		1.64
Juan MONACO		ARG	33		26		1.27

Radek STEPANEK – 36 bagels
1) Dusan Lajovic - Brisbane, 2016
2) Yuichi Sugita - Kuala Lumpur, 2015
3) Sam Groth - Bogota, 2015
4) Mikhail Youzhny - Roland Garros, 2014
5) Daniel Brands - Miami, 2014
6) Juan Ignacio Chela - Rome, 2012
7) Sam Querrey - Memphis, 2012
8) Adrian Ungur - Davis Cup WG Play-Off, 2011
9) Philipp Petzschner - Washington, 2011
10) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Munich, 2011
11) Michael Russell - Paris, 2010
12) Santiago Giraldo - Basel, 2010
13) Pablo Cuevas - New Haven, 2010
14) John Millman - Brisbane, 2010
15) Viktor Troicki - Paris, 2009
16) Rainer Schuettler - Basel, 2009
17) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Shanghai, 2009
18) Janko Tipsarevic - Barcelona, 2009
19) Todd Widom - San Jose, 2009
20) Todd Widom - San Jose, 2009
21) Jan Hernych - Wimbledon, 2008
22) Jiri Vanek - Roland Garros, 2008
23) David Nalbandian - Indian Wells, 2008
24) Edouard Roger-Vasselin - Roland Garros, 2007
25) Gael Monfils - Monte Carlo, 2007
26) Michael Llodra - Australian Open, 2007
27) Christophe Rochus - Rotterdam, 2006
28) Marcos Baghdatis - Australian Open, 2006
29) Prakash Amritraj - Chennai, 2006
30) Luis Horna - Vienna, 2005
31) Vincent Spadea - Monte Carlo, 2005
32) Jeff Morrison - Miami, 2005
33) Julien Benneteau - Miami, 2005
34) Jan Hernych - Australian Open, 2005
35) Kenneth Carlsen - Australian Open, 2003
36) Dennis van Scheppingen - Munich, 2002


Juan MONACO – 33 bagels
1) Marcel Granollers - Kitzbuhel, 2013
2) Jeremy Chardy - Barcelona, 2013
3) Bernard Tomic - Barcelona, 2013
4) Ernests Gulbis - Monte Carlo, 2013
5) Martin Klizan - Monte Carlo, 2013
6) Robby Ginepri - Houston, 2013
7) Lukas Rosol - Roland Garros, 2012
8) Robin Haase - Monte Carlo, 2012
9) Andy Roddick - Miami, 2012
10) Gilles Simon - Paris, 2011
11) Kei Nishikori - Winston-Salem, 2011
12) Tobias Kamke - Winston-Salem, 2011
13) Andrey Golubev - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2011
14) Andrey Golubev - World Team Championship, 2011
15) Ryan Sweeting - Indian Wells, 2011
16) Roberto Bautista Agut - Valencia, 2010
17) Mischa Zverev - Shanghai, 2010
18) Thomaz Bellucci - Santiago, 2010
19) Horacio Zeballos - Auckland, 2010
20) Tommy Robredo - Bastad, 2009
21) Victor Crivoi - Bastad, 2009
22) Marc Gicquel - Miami, 2009
23) Sergio Roitman - Buenos Aires, 2009
24) Sergio Roitman - Buenos Aires, 2009
25) Marat Safin - Paris, 2008
26) Pablo Cuevas - Rome, 2008
27) Hyung-Taik Lee- Monte Carlo, 2008
28) Igor Andreev - Madrid, 2007
29) Dudi Sela - Madrid, 2007
30) Gael Monfils - Poertschach, 2007
31) Carlos Moya - Buenos Aires, 2007
32) Gilles Muller - Poertschach, 2006
33) Florian Mayer - Casablanca, 2005
 

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The Bagel Hall of Shame list is now updated through to the present week. Fognini has contrived to take the top spot on his own since last time this list was updated!

Four new additions to the list in the shape of Gilles Simon, Viktor Troicki, Fernando Verdasco, and Marcel Granollers.

Three players on the list have officially retired and so their stats are posted below:

Code:
[B]Player			Country	Bagels Eaten	Bagels Baked	Bagel Ratio[/B]
Juan MONACO		ARG	26		33		1.27
Albert MONTANES		ESP	25		19		0.76
Radek STEPANEK		CZE	22		36		1.64

Juan MONACO – bagelled 26 times
1) Martin Klizan - Barcelona, 2015
2) Andy Murray - Shenzhen, 2014
3) Andrey Golubev - Kitzbuhel, 2014
4) Andreas Seppi - Hamburg, 2014
5) Rafael Nadal - Madrid, 2014
6) Nicolas Almago - Hamburg, 2013
7) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2013
8) Marinko Matosevic - Indian Wells, 2013
9) Rafael Nadal - Roland Garros, 2012
10) Rafael Nadal - Roland Garros, 2012
11) Novak Djokovic - Miami, 2012
12) Philipp Kohlschreiber - Australian Open, 2012
13) Roger Federer - US Open, 2011
14) Tomas Berdych - Cincinatti, 2011
15) Florian Mayer - World Team Championship, 2011
16) Nikolay Davydenko - Australian Open, 2010
17) Fernando Gonzalez - Vina del Mar, 2009
18) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Australian Open, 2009
19) Andreas Seppi - Hamburg, 2008
20) Guillermo Canas - Roland Garros, 2007
21) Nicolas Mahut - Australian Open, 2007
22) Guillermo Canas - Rome, 2005
23) Guillermo Canas - Rome, 2005
24) David Nalbandian - Munich, 2005
25) Mardy Fish - Australian Open, 2005
26) Florent Serra - Metz, 2004


Albert MONTANES – bagelled 25 times
1) Fabio Fognini - Umag, 2014
2) Ernests Gulbis - Nice, 2014
3) Novak Djokovic - Monte Carlo, 2014
4) David Ferrer - Barcelona, 2012
5) Xavier Malisse - Australian Open, 2011
6) Fernando Verdasco - Monte Carlo, 2010
7) Novak Djokovic - Rome, 2009
8) Novak Djokovic - Monte Carlo, 2009
9) Lleyton Hewitt - Wimbledon, 2008
10) Roger Federer - Roland Garros, 2008
11) Jose Acasuso - Acapulco, 2007
12) Nicolas Almagro - Acapulco, 2006
13) Stanislas Wawrinka - Australian Open, 2006
14) Rafael Nadal - Acapulco, 2005
15) Felix Mantilla - Sopot, 2004
16) Tomas Behrend - Amersfoort, 2004
17) Alexander Popp - Wimbledon, 2004
18) Juan Carlos Ferrero - Australian Open, 2004
19) John van Lottum - Bucharest, 2003
20) Sargis Sargsian - Acapulco, 2003
21) Guillermo Canas - Bastad, 2002
22) Guillermo Canas - Bastad, 2002
23) Arnaud Clement - Wimbledon, 2002
24) Max Mirnyi - Estoril, 2002
25) Tommy Robredo - Mallorca, 2001


Radek STEPANEK – bagelled 22 times
1) David Goffin - Australian Open, 2017
2) Andy Murray - Roland Garros, 2016
3) Marsel Ilhan - US Open, 2015
4) Jack Sock - Newport, 2015
5) Roberto Bautista Agut - Munich, 2015
6) Ivan Ljubicic - Queen's Club, 2011
7) Richard Gasquet - Roland Garros, 2011
8) Juan Martin del Potro - Indian Wells, 2011
9) Juan Ignacio Chela - Sydney, 2011
10) Janko Tipsarevic - Davis Cup WG Quarter-Finals, 2010
11) Fernando Verdasco - Australian Open, 2009
12) Fernando Verdasco - Australian Open, 2009
13) Novak Djokovic - Rome, 2008
14) David Ferrer - Australian Open, 2007
15) Victor Hanescu - Monte Carlo, 2005
16) Gilles Muller - Indian Wells, 2005
17) Olivier Rochus - Adelaide, 2005
18) Xavier Malisse - Lyon, 2004
19) Tim Henman - Australian Open, 2004
20) Robby Ginepri - Cincinnati, 2003
21) Nikolay Davydenko - Davis Cup WG 1st Round, 2003
22) Lleyon Hewitt - Australian Open, 2003
 
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