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Pim Pim Retires

I've got criteria to create statistical threads. In singles a player has to:
- win at least 100 ATP matches
- win at least one ATP tournament
- reach at least 4th round of a Grand Slam event
- reach at least Top 50 in ATP ranking

I've made an exception for Pim-Pim because he's finished career prematurely due to injury. He doesn't measure up above criteria only in one point - hasn't won 100 matches - but with his potential it was a matter of 2 years.




Win/loss
Career Singles (Tour Level Only) 71 - 58 (.553)
Career Doubles (Tour Level Only) 16 - 15 (.516)

Career Singles (Incl. Futures, Challengers and Satellites) 198 - 105 (.653)
Career Doubles (Incl. Futures, Challengers and Satellites) 28 - 31 (.474)

Number of tournaments he has played:
- Main Tour (Grand Slams and ATP Tour): 55
- Challengers: 30
- Satellites: 1
- Futures: 26

CAREER TITLES in singles: (3 ATP, 3 Challengers, 6 Futures):
01 - Australia F1 (Futures)
02 - Poland F3, Austria F4 , Sweden F1
03 - Sweden F1 , Nottingham, Ischgl (Challengers)
04 - Memphis (13), Luxembourg
05 - Adelaide (33), Marseille (36)
06 - Sweden F4

Finalist: 2 Challengers + 3 Futures

The best GS results in singles:
US Open (semifinalist 2004)
The best MS results in singles:
Toronto (quarter-finalist 2004)

CAREER TITLES in doubles: (1 ATP)
05 - Bastad (p/J.Bjorkman)

Finalist: 1 ATP

Career High ATP Singles: 9 (14 Feb 2005)
Career High ATP Doubles: 108 (12 Sep 2005)

Singles ranking history at the end of the year (1998-2010):
1384 - 1366 - 773 - 390 - 219 - 95 - 11 - 53 - 193 - 350 - 771 - 365 - 889.

Prize Money: $1,472,136

* Detailed singles statistic (including Challengers and Satellites):
5-setters: 2-0
Tie-breaks: 103-75 (.587)
TB's in the deciding set: 9-8 (.529)
The longest winning match:
3 hours 58 minutes; F.Lopez 6-3 3-6 5-7 7-6 13-11 (Australian Open 2005)
The longest losing match:
2 hours 58 minutes; I.Labadze 5-7 6-7 5-7 (Roland Garros 2004)
The longest winning tie-break: J.Salzenstein 7-6(11) 6-4 (Wrexham, CH 2003)
The longest losing tie-break: D.Hrbaty 6-7(9) 6-4 6-7 (Indianapolis 2004)
The most served aces: 51 - lost to A.Agassi in 4 sets (Australian Open 2005)


The other tributes:
Rusedski
Schalken
Arthurs
Henman
Carlsen

Pim-Pim :wavey:
 

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Re: The statistical tribute to Joachim Johansson (1998-2007)

Another great tribute Voo de Mar.

Poor Pim Pim, kind of reminds me of Kent Carlsson in a way.
 

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Re: The statistical tribute to Joachim Johansson (1998-2007)

Poor PimPim. He had so much to achieve.
 
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Re: The statistical tribute to Joachim Johansson (1998-2007)

I'll never forget Andre Agassi surviving the barrage of 51 aces (a record) from Johnasson at the 2005 AO, and he still won the match in four sets. :lol:
 

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Re: The statistical tribute to Joachim Johansson (1998-2007)

I'll never forget Andre Agassi surviving the barrage of 51 aces (a record) from Johnasson at the 2005 AO, and he still won the match in four sets. :lol:
Pim-Pim served even 53 aces in one day due to rain-delay. He did it in Toronto 2004 against two Frenchmen:
2R Carraz 7-6(4) 6-7(3) 7-6(4) - 30 aces
3R Saulnier 7-6(2) 4-6 7-6(4) - 23 aces
:cool:
 

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Re: The statistical tribute to Joachim Johansson (1998-2007)

losing to Labadze on clay :help:
 
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losing to Labadze on clay :help:
:lol: His clay-court record is 2-11 (main level). But he won Futures on clay in Szczecin (Poland) 2002 :dance:
 

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Re: The statistical tribute to Joachim Johansson (1998-2007)

Another great thread by Voo :).
Didn't Pim Pim also unleash 45 winners to go with his 51 aces in that Agassi match at the Aussie Open. It was funny that Agassi didn't hit a single unforced error in the 1st set, but still ended up losing it :lol:. He did very well indeed to win that match.
 

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Re: The statistical tribute to Joachim Johansson (1998-2007)

* Pim-Pim is one of the youngest players who played in qualifcation to an ATP tournament. He was just 15 years-old when he lost 4-6 6-7 to David Wheaton in Stockholm 1997. It was his first match against pro-player, quite good scoreline.
 

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The longest winning tie-break: J.Salzenstein 7-6(11) 6-4
^ It's his longest official tie-break...
Pim-Pim beat Nalbandian 6-3 4-6 7-6(14) on grass in an exhibition tournament at Buckinghamshire 2005 :)
 

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Pim-Pim 4ever!!!
 

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Re: The statistical tribute to Joachim Johansson (1998-2007)

Actually he played few tournaments in since the end of 2005!
In the last 2 years he played so small number of matches, I am not sure that we could consider he actually played.

But this is sad, sad story.

He got so much potential.
 

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Re: The statistical tribute to Joachim Johansson (1998-2007)

Actually he played few tournaments in since the end of 2005!
In the last 2 years he played so small number of matches, I am not sure that we could consider he actually played.
Actually since July 2005... He didn't play to the end of the year.
2006: 3 ATP, 2 Challengers, 2 Futures
2007: 3 ATP, singles rubber in DC

Yeah, actually his career is finished since July 2005 when he was 23 :( :sad:
 

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losing to Labadze on clay :help:
Do you know Labadze reached SF at IW this year on basically dead court?
Moreover considering the scoreline and the fact that J.Johansson's worst surface is clay,this result isn't embarrassing.
 

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Re: The statistical tribute to Joachim Johansson (1998-2007)

Shame he has retired. Could have always been contender for International titles and could have gone deep at the slams.
 
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