The H2H records among the Top 8 in 2009 *

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  1. GasquetGOAT

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    Does anyone have stats for the current H2H (in 2009 only) of the top 8 against each other after the WTF? Would be interestin to see.

    1 Roger Federer 10,550
    2 Rafael Nadal 9,205
    3 Novak Djokovic 8,310
    4 Andy Murray 7,030
    5 Juan Martin Del Potro 6,785
    6 Nikolay Davydenko 4,930
    7 Andy Roddick 4,410
    8 Robin Soderling 3,410

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  2. GasquetGOAT

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    Thanks to GustafsonFanatic for the data below.
     
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  3. GustafsonFanatic

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    Federer

    vs Nadal 1-1
    vs Djokovic 2-3
    vs Murray 2-2
    vs Del Potro 3-2
    vs Davydenko 0-1
    vs Roddick 4-0
    vs Soderling 4-0

    16-9 = 64%


    Nadal

    vs Federer 1-1
    vs Djokovic 4-3
    vs Murray 2-1
    vs Del Potro 1-3
    vs Davydenko 1-2
    vs Roddick 1-0
    vs Soderling 1-2

    11-12 = 49%


    Djokovic

    vs Federer 3-2
    vs Nadal 3-4
    vs Murray 0-1
    vs Del Potro 1-0
    vs Davydenko 1-1
    vs Roddick 0-3
    vs Soderling 2-1

    10-12 = 45%


    Murray

    vs Federer 2-2
    vs Nadal 1-2
    vs Djokovic 1-0
    vs Del Potro 3-1
    vs Davydenko 2-0
    vs Roddick 1-1
    vs Soderling 0-0

    10-6 = 63%


    Del Potro

    vs Federer 2-3
    vs Nadal 3-1
    vs Djokovic 0-1
    vs Murray 1-3
    vs Davydenko 0-1
    vs Roddick 2-0
    vs Soderling 1-0

    9-9 = 50%


    Davydenko

    vs Federer 1-0
    vs Nadal 2-1
    vs Djokovic 1-1
    vs Murray 0-2
    vs Del Potro 1-0
    vs Roddick 0-1 (W/O)*
    vs Soderling 2-3

    7-7 = 50%


    Roddick

    vs Federer 0-4
    vs Nadal 0-1
    vs Djokovic 3-0
    vs Murray 1-1
    vs Del Potro 0-2
    vs Davydenko 1-0 (W/O)
    vs Soderling 0-0

    4-8 = 33%


    Soderling

    vs Federer 0-4
    vs Nadal 2-1
    vs Djokovic 1-2
    vs Murray 0-0
    vs Del Potro 0-1
    vs Davydenko 3-2
    vs Roddick 0-0

    6-10 = 38%



    Most matches played: Federer (25)

    Highest and lowest %: Federer (64%) and Roddick (33%)

    Most matches between players: Nadal vs Djokovic (7)

    Biggest ownage: Federer vs Roddick and Sod (4-0), Roddick vs Djokovic (3-0)

    Most players owned: Federer, Djokovic, Del Potro and Davydenko own 3

    The only ones who are >60% are Federer and Murray, interesting.. Everyone else is below 50%.
     
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  4. lawrence

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    How arrogant of Federer to have the best h2h so far.
     
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  5. pame

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    Not too shabby for a guy on a steep decline
     
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    Federer '09

    vs Nadal 1-1
    vs Djokovic 2-3
    vs Murray 2-2
    vs Del Potro 3-2
    vs Davydenko 0-1
    vs Roddick 4-0
    vs Soderling 4-0

    Grand Slam Finals: 2-2

    Certainly not a dominating performance, against the other top five contenders. Steep decline, no. Decline, absolutely.
     
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  7. GasquetGOAT

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    Thanks GustafsonFanatic for the stats.
     
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  8. GasquetGOAT

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    I was surprised he has the best h2h even with a bad first quarter and a last quarter of the season (by his standards).
     
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  9. GasquetGOAT

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    How is this a decline? Have you seen his stats for 2008? I'd say 2009 is a huge incline in comparison.
     
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