2008 ATP Singles Win-Loss records

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  1. TheTruth

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  2. veroniquem

    veroniquem Bionic Poster

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    Wow, amazing stat for Nadal!
     
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  3. sillymonkey

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    I know!
    Plus, everyone was doubting his ability to defend his clay season points, but he did it!
     
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  4. TheTruth

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    Wait until you see the stats for Outstanding Performers for 2008!
     
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  5. Andres

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    Davis Cup stats are not compiled, I can see.
     
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  6. andyroddick1

    andyroddick1 Rookie

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    Andy's doing awesome. Plus, one of his losses was a retirement.
     
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  7. ScovilleJenkins

    ScovilleJenkins Rookie

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    haha who doesnt belong near the top of that list?

    JEREMEY CHARDY!
     
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  8. Rhino

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    How fitting that the guy who was voted the most unpleasant player at Roland Garros by the ballboys and ballgirls, has the worst record in the top 100 - Arnaud Clement - 1 win and 7 defeats :)
     
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  9. 8PAQ

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    No he didn't actually. Nadal didn't defend all his clay points from 2007. Fededer has actually gained some clay points in 2008. Why else do you think Fed is over 1000 points ahead of Nadal in ranking? It was much closer before the clay season.
     
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  10. MichaelNadal

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    ?......... Actually the only thing he didn't defend was Rome... and we all know why he lost there.
     
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  11. cknobman

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    Sure we do. Ferrero beat him......soundly.:)
     
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  12. MichaelNadal

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    Lol I love you guys. You can pretend Ferrero won that match if you want.
     
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  13. Gerry

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    Maybe Nadal wasn't at 100%. But, actually, Ferrero did won that match.

    G.
     
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    we can check on the atp site, they keep records of all the matches...
     
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    Well you could play no atp tour matches but play one davis cup rubber, and if you won it you'd be number one on the list with a 100% record.
     
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  16. califsurferboy33

    califsurferboy33 Semi-Pro

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    thanks for these stats
     
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  17. TheTruth

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    You're welcome! I tried to get the women's (although this is 95% ATP), but it wouldn't come up. It will be interesting to see the fluctuations throughout the year!
     
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