Incorrect stats
In all of these matches the ATP has counted aces and doublefaults twice.
 For SamprasStich, 1992 Wimbledon quarterfinal, ABMK has Sampras leading 8362 in total points. The ATP would have 8461 if they subtracted aces and df’s once.
 For LendlConnors, 1992 USO, R64, I have Lendl leading in total points by 11180, which is what the ATP would have they subtracted aces and df’s once from their stats.
 For EdbergKrajicek, 1992 USO, R16, the New York Times had Edberg leading 181169 in total points. The ATP figures drop to 179167 (from a tie of 193193) if the ATP’s aces and doublefaults are subtracted once. Note also that the Times had Edberg serving 13 doublefaults (compared to the ATP’s 11) and Krajicek serving 13 aces (compared to the ATP’s 15).
 For SamprasBecker, 1993 Wimbledon semifinal, the ATP has Sampras leading 130113 in total points, which comes out to 10793 if the aces and doublefaults are subtracted once. SLICE SERVE ACE has Sampras leading 10792.
 For SamprasCourier, 1993 Wimbledon final, the ATP has Sampras leading 163135 in total points, but if aces and doublefaults are subtracted once the lead is 135120, right in line with SLICE SERVE ACE's count.
 For SamprasPioline, 1993 U.S. Open final, a boxscore in the Baltimore Sun has Sampras leading in total points by 9775, which is what the ATP would have if they subtracted aces and df’s once.
 For YzagaSampras, 1994 U.S. Open, R16, a boxscore in the Orlando Sentinel has Yzaga leading 166161 in total points, same as the ATP if the aces and df's are subtracted once.
 For BeckerAgassi, 1995 Wimbledon SF, I have Becker leading 15147 in total points, same as the ATP if aces and df’s are subtracted once.
 For SamprasBecker, 1995 W final, I have Sampras leading 138108 in total points, same as the ATP if their aces and doubles are subtracted once. Also, the ATP gave Becker 16 df’s, one more than he had in my count and in the Washington Post’s.
 For KrajicekSampras, 1996 Wimbledon quarterfinal, Wimbledon.org has Krajicek leading 116101 in total points. The ATP has 11499 if aces and df’s are subtracted once. Also, the ATP reports that Krajicek faced 6 break points, but the New York Times reported 7 (confirmed in my own count).
 For SamprasChang, 1996 USO final, a boxscore in the Spartanburg Herald Journal has Sampras leading in total points by 9476, which the ATP also has if aces and doublefaults are subtracted once.
 For SamprasHenman, 1998 Wimbledon semifinal, the ATP reports a total of 136 points served by Sampras, but SLICE SERVE ACE counted only 114. The ATP has the same number if Sampras’ 15 aces and 7 df’s are subtracted once.
 For SamprasIvanisevic, 1998 Wimbledon final, SLICE SERVE ACE reports 155 points served by Sampras, which is what the ATP would have if they subtracted Sampras’ 11 aces and 8 df’s once.
