Challenger Tour Records?

Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by elpolaco84, Oct 18, 2012.

  1. elpolaco84

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    I did a quick search and could not find statistics and records, such as
    who is the player with most titles and finals
    most match wins. etc
     
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  2. woodrow1029

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    My guess would be someone like either Paul Goldstein or Michael Russell. But that's just a guess, and I don't know for sure, nor do I know where those exact records could be found.
     
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  3. cluckcluck

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    You should look at ITFTennis.com. You're likely not going to find it on ATPWT.com
     
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  4. woodrow1029

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    Don't look at ITFTenis.com. You would be likely to find it on ATP website, considering Challengers are ATP tournaments, and not ITF tournaments.

    Look at ITF for futures.
     
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  6. elpolaco84

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    already looked there, but no stats available
     
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  7. elpolaco84

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    I've found this

    Most ATP Challenger Tour singles titles :
    Younes El Aynaoui and Takao Suzuki (15 titles)

    from:tennisbios
     
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  8. elpolaco84

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    Most ATP Challenger Tour singles titles in a season :
    Younes El Aynaoui (6 titles in 1998 )

    Most ATP Challenger Tour singles finals :
    Younes El Aynaoui and Dick Norman (23 finals)
     
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  9. Kirijax

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    Michael Russel is coming up on the Challenger records and has a real chance to break them. His win in Manta, Ecuador this week was his 14th Challenger title and 20th Challenger final. He is 35 years old but seems to still be going strong. May have two or three years left to break the Challenger records. Will be interesting to see.
     
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