Mens Tennis Forums banner
1 - 20 of 62 Posts

· Registered
Joined
·
1,068 Posts
Discussion Starter · #3 · (Edited)
Nole vs fed Head-to-head tallies
  • All matches (50): 27–23 (54, one walkover not included)

  • Not finals: 14 - 17 (45%)
    But All finals (20): 13–6 (68%, one walkover not included)

  • Grand Slam matches: 11–6
    GS not F: 7-5 (58%)
    But Grand Slam finals: 4–1 (80%)

    ATP Tour Finals matches: Tied, 3–3 (50%, one walkover not included)
    ATP F not F: 1-3 (25%)
    But ATP Tour Finals finals: 2–0 (100%, one walkover not included)

  • ATP Masters matches: 11–9 (55%)
    ATP M not F: 6-6 (50%)
    But ATP Masters finals: 5–3 (63%)

  • Other matches: 2-5 (29%)
    MM not F: 0-3 (0%)
    But Other finals: 2–2 (50%)

  • Best of five set matches: 11–7 (61%)
    No 5th set: 7-7 (50%)
    But Matches lasting five sets: 4–0 (100%)

  • Best of three set matches: 16–16 (50%)
    no 3th set: 6-11 (35%)
    But Matches lasting three sets: 10–5 (67%)

    • Winning the match after losing 1st set: 7–1
    • Winning the match saving match points: 3–0

    • All sets: 73–73 (50%)
      not deciding sets: 59-68 (46%)
      But Deciding sets: 14–5 (74%)

    • Tiebreak sets: 16–12 (57%)
      • Not deciding TB: 12-12 (50%)
        But Deciding Tiebreaks: 4–0 (100%)
Results on each court surface


CONCLUSION
the more important the match and the more important the situation in the match, the greater the advantage for Nole!
 

· Registered
Joined
·
1,068 Posts
Discussion Starter · #9 · (Edited)
matches won with MPs saved vs matches lost with MPs wasted (MPs saved - MPs wasted)


Nole:
2020: Monfils 3
2019: JM Del Potro 2, Federer 2
2018: Cilic -1
2017: Verdasko 5
2015: Gulbis 2
2012: Andy 5, Tsonga 4
2011: Federer 2, Berdych 1
2010: Kohlschreiber 3, Federer 2
2009: Serra 5, Stepanek 3, Nadal -3
2007: Chela 2, Youzny -3
2005: G. Lopes 6

15-3 (47-7)​



Andy M.
2021: Tiafoe 2, Koepfer -7
2020: Nishioka 1
2017: Kolsrajber 7
2016: Raonic 1
2015: Dimitrov 1
2014: Isner 2, Robredo 5, Robredo 5
2013: Ferer 1
2012: Nole -5, Raonic -2, Janowicz -1
2010: Querrey -1
2008: Ancic -2
2007: Mathieu 2, Haas 2, Youzhny 1
2005: Mello 5

13-6 (35-18)​



Nadal:
2022: Goffin 4
2021: Shapovalov 2
2021: Tsisipas 1
2019. Kyrgios -3, Medvedev 1
2017: Pouille 2
2016: Tiem -1, Zverev 1
2015: Raonic -3, Anderson 1
2014: Andujar 2
2010: Troicki 2, Benneteau 1, Davydenko -2
2009: Almagro 5, Nalbandian 5, Nole 3
2008: Moya 4
2006: Federer 2, O. Rochus 1
2005: Youzny 1, Berdych -3
2004: Ferrer -3, Calleri -2
2003: N. Lappenti -5

17-8 (38-22)​



Federer:
2021: Basilashvili -1
2020: Sandgren 7
2019: Monfils 2, Coric 2, Thiem -2, Nole -2
2018: JM Del Potro -3, Benoit Paire 2, K Anderson -1
2017: Haas -1, Donskoy -3, Berdih 2
2016: Thiem -2, Cilic 3
2015: Kyrgios -2
2014: J. Monfils 2, L. Mayer 5, S. Wawrinka 4, J. Chardy -1
2013: T. Berdih -3
2011: F. Lopes 1, Nole -2
2010: Monfils -5, Baghdatis -3, Nole -2, Berdich -1
2006: O. Rochus 4, Roddick 3, Nadal -2
2005: Ferrero 2, Gasquet -3, Safin -1
2003. S. Draper 7, Verkerk 4, Aggasi 2, A Costa -3
2002: Haas -1, Escudé -1*
2001: Massu 3, T.Johansson 1, Rafter -1, Novak -1
2000: Ljubicic 2, Hewit 1, wessels 1, Henman -2
1999: Raoux 2

22-25 (62-49)​
 

· Premium Member
Joined
·
1,580 Posts
matches won with MPs saved vs matches lost with MPs wasted (MPs saved - MPs wasted)


Nole:
2020: Monfils 3
2019: JM Del Potro 2, Federer 2
2018: Cilic -1
2017: Verdasko 5
2015: Gulbis 2
2012: Andy 5, Tsonga 4
2011: Federer 2, Berdych 1
2010: Kohlschreiber 3, Federer 2
2009: Serra 5, Stepanek 3, Nadal -3
2007: Chela 2, Youzny -3
2005: G. Lopes 6

15-3 (47-7)​



Andy M.
2020: Nishioka 1
2017: Kolsrajber 7
2016: Raonic 1
2015: Dimitrov 1
2014: Isner 2, Robredo 5, Robredo 5
2013: Ferer 1
2012: Nole -5, Raonic -2, Janowicz -1
2010: Querrey -1
2008: Ancic -2
2007: Mathieu 2, Haas 2, Youzhny 1
2005: Mello 5

12-5 (33-11)​



Nadal:
2022: Goffin 4
2021: Shapovalov 2
2021: Tsisipas 1
2019. Kyrgios -3, Medvedev 1
2017: Pouille 2
2016: Tiem -1, Zverev 1
2015: Raonic -3, Anderson 1
2014: Andujar 2
2010: Troicki 2, Benneteau 1, Davydenko -2
2009: Almagro 5, Nalbandian 5, Nole 3
2008: Moya 4
2006: Federer 2, O. Rochus 1
2005: Youzny 1, Berdych -3
2004: Ferrer -3, Calleri -2
2003: N. Lappenti -5

17-8 (38-22)​



Federer:
2021: Basilashvili -1
2020: Sandgren 7
2019: Monfils 2, Coric 2, Thiem -2, Nole -2
2018: JM Del Potro -3, Benoit Paire 2, K Anderson -1
2017: Haas -1, Donskoy -3, Berdih 2
2016: Thiem -2, Cilic 3
2015: Kyrgios -2
2014: J. Monfils 2, L. Mayer 5, S. Wawrinka 4, J. Chardy -1
2013: T. Berdih -3
2011: F. Lopes 1, Nole -2
2010: Monfils -5, Baghdatis -3, Nole -2, Berdich -1
2006: O. Rochus 4, Roddick 3, Nadal -2
2005: Ferrero 2, Gasquet -3, Safin -1
2003. S. Draper 7, Verkerk 4, Aggasi 2, A Costa -3
2002: Haas -1, Escudé -1*
2001: Massu 3, T.Johansson 1, Rafter -1, Novak -1
2000: Ljubicic 2, Hewit 1, wessels 1, Henman -2
1999: Raoux 2

22-25 (62-49)​
15 and 3, 47 and 7 LOL that's inhuman
 

· Registered
Joined
·
152 Posts
For me Djokovic is the clutchest of all players ever as far as I have watched. There are many examples of it but for me, 3 stands out..

It's easy to look clutch when opponent is playing subpar like Monfils Dubai 3 match points save.

But, when you do that(Refusing to go down against quality opponents under immense pressure with almost no crowd support) in the most important and decisive points of all, is another thing.

1. Wawrinka 2013 match point,No one other than Novak wld have won that point.

2.Obvious Federer 2019, MP save, the margin for error of that passing shot was so small and he executed it to perfection.

3.Wimbledon 2018, Nadal BP save.

There are many more examples like USO11, 10 etc and many mid match points which I remember where he wld just serve an Ace or turn into a brickwall refusing to budge.

For me Nadal is the GOAT and greatest fighter ever.

But, Novak is the mentally toughest(Post 2011) and the most difficult player to cross the finish line against.
 
1 - 20 of 62 Posts
Top