Federer is 450-75 in sets during his Grand Slam semis streak!

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  1. JennyS

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    Federer's astounding sets W/L record during the last 23 Grand Slams:
    450-75 (.857)

    Or how about his sets W/L against all players not named Nadal:
    437-54 (.890)

    Wimbledon 2004: 21-2
    US Open 2004: 18-3
    Australian Open 2005: 16-3
    French Open 2005: 16-3
    Wimbledon 2005: 21-1
    US Open 2005: 21-3
    Australian Open 2006: 21-5
    French Open 2006: 18-5
    Wimbledon 2006: 21-1
    US Open 2006: 21-2
    Australian Open 2007: 21-0
    French Open 2007: 19-4
    Wimbledon 2007: 18-3
    US Open 2007: 21-2
    Australian Open 2008: 15-5
    French Open 2008: 18-6
    Wimbledon 2008: 20-3
    US Open 2008: 21-3
    Australian Open 2009: 20-5
    French Open 2009: 21-6
    Wimbledon 2009: 21-3
    US Open 2009: 20-5
    Australian Open 2010: 21-2
     
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  2. TMF

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    Incredible run! Doing it on all 4 surfaces for 5.5 years is truly indescriblable.

    6 years ago, if you were to say Roger will make this ridiculous run, they think you're CRAZY!
     
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  3. JennyS

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    Nadal during the same stretch:

    288-76 (.791)

    2004 Wimbledon: DNP
    2004 US Open: 2-5
    2005 Australian Open: 11-5
    2005 French Open: 21-3
    2005 Wimbledon: 4-3
    2005 US Open: 7-3
    2006 Australian Open: DNP
    2006 French Open: 20-3
    2006 Wimbledon: 19-5
    2006 US Open: 12-3
    2007 Australian Open: 12-6
    2007 French Open: 21-1
    2007 Wimbledon: 19-7
    2007 US Open: 10-4
    2008 Australian Open: 14-3
    2008 French Open: 21-0
    2008 Wimbledon: 21-3
    2008 US Open: 16-5
    2009 Australian Open: 21-4
    2009 French Open: 10-3
    2009 Wimbledon: DNP
    2009 US Open: 15-5
    2010 Australian Open: 12-5
     
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    I know, especially after he lost to Guga at the French!. Nobody would have believed he'd make 5 straight French Open semis and 4 straight finals there.
     
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  5. Anaconda

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    How long did it take you comming up with those stats?

    Anyway JennyS just make a thread on Federer's stats because there are too many threads on Federer's stats.
     
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    :)

    favorite stat
     
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    AO 2007 wasn't exactly a tough accomplishment. He played Djokovic who wasn't fully developed, got Robredo who isn't a strong player. Managed to play Roddick who was making Federer play well looping balls mid-court and played Gonzalez who A) Choked B) Was a virgin in slam finals before that tournament.
     
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  8. JennyS

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    My neighborhood is buried in over 2 feet of snow and have nothing else to do!
     
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    Make a sledge and go down a hill. Never lose your sense of fun!
     
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  10. AM95

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    you lucky!
     
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    good to look at those stats, thx for the effort
     
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    Gonzo's best performance at the slam by far. He crushed Blake, Rafa and Haas on his way to the final. His winner/UFEs ratio was ridiculously high.
     
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  13. Anaconda

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    Yes but he was still inexperienced in deep stages of Grand Slams. The only Good played Federer played at that tournament was Roddick who (as i mentioned) literally let Federer play well by adding too much spin on his FH which Federer was pummeling back; it was like a training drill.
     
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