1. AnOctorokForDinner

    Alcaraz BP conversion

    ...has totalled 25/76 ~ 32.9% at RG and 11/50 = 22% at Wimbledon; overall 36/126 ~ 28.6% in his last two tournaments/slams; a massive fall from his massive prior figure of about 47% for the season up to RG, well below the tour average of 39% as well. What it tells us? Fedaraz in full flight I guess.
  2. AnOctorokForDinner

    Nadal: 2019 AO vs 2022 AO

    In 2019, Nadal dominantly stormed to the final over Tsitsipas and others, but got harshly massacred by in-form Djokovic for the title. In 2022, Nadal struggled through the draw losing six total sets, but ended up winning against some odds over the current world number one. Yet surely Medvedev...
  3. AnOctorokForDinner

    Higher peak level in slams: Medvedev vs Ferrer

    AO Ferrer: Lost 2011 SF to prime Murray 4-6 7-6(2) 6-1 7-6(2) Lost 2012 QF to prime Djokovic 6-4 7-6(4) 6-1 Medvedev: Lost 2021 F to Oldovic 7-5 6-2 6-2 Lost 2022 F to Grandpal 2-6 6-7(5) 6-4 6-4 7-5 RG Ferrer: lost 2012 SF to prime/peak Nadal 6-2 6-2 6-1 lost 2013 F to prime Nadal 6-3 6-2...
  4. Bender

    Don't sleep on Roger Federer

    Former six time champion and finalist at the tournament who started the year by being ranked 17th without even lifting his racquet. Also beaten GOATs like Safin, ATGs like Mury and Baghdatis, and carrion specialists like Nadal. The tournament’s A E S T H E T I C C champion that could win it...
  5. AnOctorokForDinner

    A table of most matches won per season (since 1983)

    I chose 1983 as a starting point because that's about when the hierarchy of tennis tournaments began to flesh out more clearly so the most successful players largely moved from playing to win a lot of smaller tournaments, frequently posting over 90, even over 100 match wins in a season, to a...
  6. AnOctorokForDinner

    Medvedev has posted the highest dominance ratio in a USO title run in the ATP era

    Top 10: 2021 Medvedev - 1.71 1998 Rafter - 1.66 2010 Nadal - 1.65 1993 Sampras - 1.64 2017 Nadal - 1.64 1991 Edberg - 1.62 2013 Nadal - 1.60 2006 Federer - 1.59 2003 Roddick - 1.57 2007 Federer - 1.54 (The lowest figure belongs unsurprisingly to 2016 Wawrinka at 1.19.) What it tells us...
  7. AnOctorokForDinner

    Polling Peakovic

  8. Rafa4LifeEver

    Finally I am able to decode "Fedr"

    After 150 thousand years of research and analysis, I have achieved it, lovely ladies and gentlemen, fellow ttw posters. Lemme unravel it to you. Fedr means Federer Exlusively Defeating Roger Allow me to present some "Fedr"s to you... Thanks and regards, -Carl Thompson aka...
  9. BackhandRF

    The GOAT in making :- Federer 2002 hamburger

    Enjoy the rough diamond who's in the process of getting polished and being the crown jewel of the tennis world for the upcoming years.
  10. Rafa4LifeEver

    The swiss maestro :- one in a million

    Found this incredible compilation of amazing, mind Boggling shots of the swiss legend roger Federer. No doubt why he is the most adored and loved tennis player of open era. Enjoy the video, dear fellow TTW posters. -Carl Thompson.
  11. HetTheGreaterer

    The time for yet another battle, choose your favourite

    The legend of Feder Or The rumour, pesky fedr??
  12. AnOctorokForDinner

    Fun: biggest match streaks avoiding straight set losses

    Fedr - 194, between 2004 RG 3R (lost to Kuerten 6-4 6-4 6-4) and 2006 Cincy 2R (lost to Murray 7-5 6-4) - more than two full seasons Borg - 165*, between 1978 WCT Challenge Cup SF (lost to Fleming 6-5 6-5) and 1980 Masters RR (tanked to Mayer 6-0 6-3) - almost two full seasons *excludes two...
  13. AnOctorokForDinner

    Rate Top 10 levels of play between Big 3 per Slam

    Time to do this. Open fire! AO Djokr 2011 Fedr 2007 Djokr 2008 Fedr 2004 Djokr 2016 Fedr 2005 Djokr 2019 Djokr 2013 Djokr 2012 Nadl 2009 RG Nadl 2008 Nadl 2007 Nadl 2012 Nadl 2010 Nadl 2017 Nadl 2013 Nadl 2006 Djokr 2013 Nadl 2005 Nadl 2011 (it's crazy lol) WB Fedr 2006 Fedr 2003 Fedr 2005...
  14. AnOctorokForDinner

    The case for [2008 Cincinnati - 2009 Canada] Murray >= 2011 Murray

    Hence if 2011 was part of Murray's prime, so was the former 52-week period, so he practically entered his prime right away following his first chelem QF at 2008 Wimbledon. It's either both or neither. 2008 Cincy - 2009 Canada Mury results: Cincy W beating Djo Olympix 1R loss to Lu in...
  15. HetTheGreaterer

    One more time, whats the truth? Wake up, people, wake up...

    Feder is the ultimate truth and the aspect of human life that leads to heaven. Accept it. Here is the proof. Here's where it all started. Calling fedr is an insult to Roger Federer's greatness. Call him Feder, people. Would you like to fall into the false blasphemy and the devilish trap named...
  16. AnOctorokForDinner

    Which slam tournament featured stronger competition: AO 2004 or USO 2015?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2004_Australian_Open_–_Men's_Singles#Finals Federer had nice four-setters with Hewitt in 4R and Nalbandian in QF, but SF and F were fairly straightforward. Safin, unseeded after injuries sidelined him for most of 2003, fought his way to the final over Roddick and...
  17. HetTheGreaterer

    I am done with Fedr

    Yes I am. I totally am.
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  19. AnOctorokForDinner

    The myth that Sampras didn't really try in Masters-level tournaments (off clay)

    For the purpose of this topic, let's place the relevant timeframe (when Pete was a legit contender) between his first and last Masters finals, i.e. 1991 Cincinnati - 2001 Indian Wells. Let us now examine Sampras's non-clay masters results during that period, by venue. Indian Wells: 2 W (1994...
  20. AnOctorokForDinner

    Higher level of play: prime Federer at Wimbledon or prime Djokovic at the AO?

    Fedr breakdown: http://www.tennisabstract.com/cgi-bin/player.cgi?p=RogerFederer&f=Acx2003021020091108qqDWimbledonqq Djovak breakdown: http://www.tennisabstract.com/cgi-bin/player.cgi?p=NovakDjokovic&f=A2008qqDAustralian_Openqq...
  21. AnOctorokForDinner

    Tougher competition: prime Federer at Wimbledon or prime Djokovic at the AO?

    08 Djokovic added to make it 7=7, given that he did play at a prime level then. Fedr relevant comp: Wim 03 - Roddick, Philippoussis Wim 04 - Hewitt, Roddick Wim 05 - Hewitt, Roddick Wim 06 - Ancic, Nadal Wim 07 - Ferrero, Nadal Wim 08 - Nadal Wim 09 - Söderling, Roddick Djovk relevant comp...
  22. AnOctorokForDinner

    Arguing the lowest peak level

    or why the whole business is futile because unfalsifiable. Consider a following list for who had the highest AO peak in the Open era: 1. Federer (07) 2. Safin (05) 3. Edberg (90 pre-injury) 4. Agassi (95) 5. Sampras (94) 6. Djokovic (11) Djokovic is placed as the 6th best - funny, isn't it? -...
  23. ak24alive

    A weird but unrealistic scenario

    This is not one of those threads where the OP wants to start a fan war. It's just about a thought I had while looking at the ATP race list so I wanted to post it here. Anyways I noticed that it's still possible for Roger to end as YE#1 even if Novak doesn't play particularly bad. Again as the...
  24. Rafa4GOAT

    Fed fans, what do you think of Fed’s current form?

    Ever since Rotterdam I don’t think Federer has been playing as well as he was last year. But considering how well he’s done at Cincinnati in the past I think it will wake him up. So, what do you Fed heads think of his current form?
  25. TheMaestro1990

    Let's end the debate right now

    We all know that @Checkmate has the answer... so, please tell us, who will finish with most Grand Slam titles: Roger or Rafa?
  26. N01E

    Do people realise that uniqlo...

    were sponsoring tennis players before? Seriously, when I see people wondering if fedr will be wearing their shoes I'm almost surprised. They've been doing outfits only for 6+ years, you may have just as well expected Novak to wear lacoste shoes. They never cared about the huge demand for the...
  27. N01E

    The next big prediction

    For the last two years some of tt member have been on fire with their predictions. The most memorable and improbable so far seem to be those three*: *Though fed's deal is not official yet, @Babolast who's been spot on in the past pretty much confirms it. Also, ignore @Checkmate final...
  28. HetTheGreaterer

    2018 stuttgart open R1 :- Rogi Fedr vs Big Zverev

    Federer playing after 2.5 months almost... V/s a S&V player mischa zverev on grass.. What will be the outcome?? Will fedr win it easily or hardly!? Or will he lose it?? (Lul what!!!)