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> Robin Haase losing 17 tie-breaks in a row.

> Julien Benneteau: 0-9 ATP finals record.

> Tomas Berdych losing 17 matches in a row to Nadal (equals Lendl - Mayotte 17-0)

EDIT: > Vincent Spadea 21-match losing streak

:worship:

and the Oscar goes to - My pick Haase.



 

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Vincent Spadea losing 21 ATP matches in a row without playing anything in between gets my vote.
And breaking it by beating Rusedski at Wimbledon. :lol:
 

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Haase for sure.
 

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I think ferrer has lost 14+ tiebreak in a row at australian open. I dont know exactly how many maybe slasher or litotes can tell you. but to lose that many tiebreak in a row at 1 tournament is just crazy
 

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I think ferrer has lost 14+ tiebreak in a row at australian open. I dont know exactly how many maybe slasher or litotes can tell you. but to lose that many tiebreak in a row at 1 tournament is just crazy
It was 13 in a row, he won his first in 2004 and then lost all he played 2005-12. Streak broken against Almagro in 2013. I have no idea if this is a record, never tried to determine TBs lost in a row in the same tournament, but it is a good candidate, that's for sure.
 

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I think ferrer has lost 14+ tiebreak in a row at australian open. I dont know exactly how many maybe slasher or litotes can tell you. but to lose that many tiebreak in a row at 1 tournament is just crazy
It´s 12 I think.

Well, I think Benneteau´s final losing streak is pretty impressive, too. Losing his last finals on Indoor Hardcourt against Monaco and then after having MPs against Sousa :sad:

And Berdych only winning like 4 sets in these 17 matches :lol:
 

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Benjamin Becker lost 21 sets in-a-row in clay before beating Ramirez Hidalgo a few weeks ago in Houston.:wavey:
 
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