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Haase in tiebreaks 2012 onwards: 13-34, 28%.

For comparison's sake, nearly everybody on tour is in the 45 to 55% range. It's just the nature of the small number of points, luck plays a very large part.

Thus, to be at 28% is more or less impossible for a professional tennis player to achieve. Nobody is this bad.
 

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hahahaase strikes back


well done kuku
 

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Haase in tiebreaks 2012 onwards: 13-34, 28%.

For comparison's sake, nearly everybody on tour is in the 45 to 55% range. It's just the nature of the small number of points, luck plays a very large part.

Thus, to be at 28% is more or less impossible for a professional tennis player to achieve. Nobody is this bad.


Haase is special.

Sijsling is 3-13 this year :worship:
 

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Kukushkin is very fun to watch live. Just vaporizes shots on the dead run, he's better on the full stretch than on rally balls. Pair of ridiculously big forehands to win the second.
 

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Haase in tiebreaks 2012 onwards: 13-34, 28%.

For comparison's sake, nearly everybody on tour is in the 45 to 55% range. It's just the nature of the small number of points, luck plays a very large part.

Thus, to be at 28% is more or less impossible for a professional tennis player to achieve. Nobody is this bad.

quite surprised about thayt 28% number, because I always thought it's only about 10% :angel:
 

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Haase in tiebreaks 2012 onwards: 13-34, 28%.

For comparison's sake, nearly everybody on tour is in the 45 to 55% range. It's just the nature of the small number of points, luck plays a very large part.

Thus, to be at 28% is more or less impossible for a professional tennis player to achieve. Nobody is this bad.
Hes 2-15 this year:eek:

Didnt he have a long streak of not winning tiebreaks not long ago?
 
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