Discussion in 'Pro Match Results and Discussion' started by Agassifan, May 17, 2013.
Rafa: 33 matches
Nole: 31 matches
Murray: 27 matches
Fed: 21 matches
pretty crazy difference
1 good loss (Djoko)
1 bad loss (Zeballos)
0 good losses
2 goodish losses (delp and berdych)
2 bad losses (haas and dimi)
1 good loss (Novak)
2 goodish losses (delpo and berdych)
1 bad loss (Wawrinka)
2 good losses (murray and nadal)
1 goodish loss (the bird)
2 bad losses (nishi and benny)
Nice analysis, although Murray is the only one without a bad loss. Waw is a good player and was playing very well.
I agree, but with the manner of the loss I would classify it as bad. If it was 4-6 4-6 I wouldn't.
Usually when you get booed off court that's a sign it's a bad loss.
I think we would have to classify it as a bad loss. No shame to lose to Wawrinka when he's playing well and he has been playing really well lately, but to lose by such a margin as 1 and 2 is still a bad loss for the world #2 player. He should at least have made it a lot closer than that!
I think Fed and Murray should be same by the end of the clay season.
Nadal: 8 finals/5 titles (or 6)
Djokovic: 3 finals/ 3 titles
Ferrer: 5 finals/ 2 titles
Murray: 3 finals/ 2 titles
Wawrinka: 3 finals/ 1 title
In tier 1 events only:
Nadal: 2 (or 3) master titles + 1 (or 2) master finals
Djoko: 1 slam title + 1 master title
Murray: 1 slam final + 1 master title
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