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  1. RaulRamirez

    Dominance Ratio -- What Value do you give to this and other Predictive Analytics?

    I see DR (Dominance Ratio) cited fairly often in threads, and I wanted to start a post about it, and to ask what value this stat has, if any, for you. Then, I saw a very good, analytical thread on DR that was started 6 years ago, slightly before my time here. (I'm not a statistician, and only...
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    Djokovic is the first ever AO semifinalist who hasn't played in a day session

    Until 2021 both SFs and F were guaranteed to be played in a night session. 2022 SF Nadal vs Berrettini was in a day session.
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    List of the best YEC runs 1986-2022

    (RR era, since 1986) M S S% G G% TBs TBs% 1986 Lendl 5-0 11-0 1.00 67-41 .620 0-0 2003 Federer 5-0 11-1 .92 74-38 .661 2-1 .67 2001 Hewitt 5-0 11-1 .92 70-41 .631 0-0 2010 Federer 5-0 10-1 .91 64-35 .646 1-0 1.00 2004 Federer 5-0 10-1...
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    When a first-time finalist tries to defeat a multiple-time finalist...

    Period: 2006-2022 2 wins, 16 losses 06 AO Baghdatis L 07 AO Gonzalez L 07 USO Djokovic L 08 AO Tsonga L 08 USO Murray L 09 RG Soderling L 09 USO Del Potro W (def. Federer) 10 WIM Berdych L 13 RG Ferrer L 14 AO Wawrinka W (def. Nadal) 16 WIM Raonic L 17 USO Anderson L 18 RG Thiem L 19 USO...
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    (Stats) 24yo Zverev vs 24yo Djokovic vs 24yo Nadal

    bio Alexander Zverev age: 24y 7m (as of November 2021) Novak Djokovic age: 24y 7m (as of December 2011) Rafael Nadal age: 24y 7m (as of January 2011) ATP tournaments in total 19 titles 28 finals 28 titles 42 finals 43 titles 56 finals ATP ranking #3 (career high) #1 (career...
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    Lol just Zverev things at Grand Slams

    Here is a statistic that shows how ridiculous Nadal is at RG and how memeworthy is Zverev in slams Nadal has lost 27 sets in 102 matches at RG Zverev has lost 32 sets in 19 matches at RG I have counted yesterdays match for Zverev Discuss/Disgust
  7. James P

    Late night stat crunching

    So, I was crunching some numbers to try to see the average number of entries a Slam champion attempted prior to his first title and I thought I'd share what I found. I only used people born after 1950 and Open Era data, so as to eliminate people mid-career when the OE started (1968 for those...
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    Unusual H2H set tallies

    Djokovic - Nadal 6-3 # 27-8 (Djokovic wins 77% of 9-game sets against Nadal) Nadal - Djokovic 6-4 # 21-11 (Nadal wins 66% of 10-game sets against Djokovic) Federer - Djokovic 7-5 # 15-7 (Federer wins 68% of 12-game sets against Djokovic) Any explanation of these percents? All of them should be...
  9. bjsnider

    Did Thiem Overachieve?

    Thiem's rank in two abstract but important statistical categories from 2014-2019. The big 3 are typically ranked in the top 10 in both categories every year. Clearly, these numbers predict success. Stagnation in the return game since 2016, slight hold game improvement. It's unrealistic, given...
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    Break games converted: more relevant stat?

    A very simple question, do you think (break points converted/number of games you had break point(s) in) is a better stat to summarise a returner’s performance than (break points converted/break points) since I see the latter used much more frequently.
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    Statistics Graph feedback

    Hi everyone! For a couple of weeks ago i started to look for websites with tennis statistics. Browsing the internet i bump into the amazing Jeff Sackmann's 'Heavy topspin blog'. After some reading i decided to make justice of the data he thoroughly gathered and make a graphic representation...
  12. BlueClayGOAT

    Stat for counting 'free points'

    This was inspired by something I saw in another thread. @Gary Duane mentioned it in here https://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/index.php?threads/whats-your-top-10-of-all-time-now-men.474196/page-111#post-11677783 . To measure the strength of players' serves in earning them free points, (as opposed...
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    The «good and bad» of Shapovalov's tennis game

    Canadian rising star D. Shapovalov is given a lot of media coverage nowadays. We must know that he just defeated R. Nadal recently and that he is considered by some tennis coach as a futur ten top tennis player. If you want to know more about this young player, I recommend you to read this...
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    Competitive Players: Help us design a tool to help you improve your tennis game (Survey)

    What do competitive tennis players do to improve their game? Currently options include rigorous practice and using a personal (human) coach. But what if players could take it a step further with a tool that tracks statistics, analyzes performance, and identifies areas of improvement? Our project...
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    Competitive Players: Help us design a tool to help you improve your tennis game (Survey)

    What do competitive tennis players do to improve their game? Currently options include rigorous practice and using a personal (human) coach. But what if players could take it a step further with a tool that tracks statistics, analyzes performance, and identifies areas of improvement? Our project...
  16. falstaff78

    Cumulative stats - Federer [3] vs. Raonic [6] - WIM 2017 QF

    Here are cumulative statistics for Federer and Raonic, for the first 4 rounds of Wimbledon 2017. This one is an open and shut case. Level of competition is similiar Federer with higher overall level - more points won (57% vs. 54%), more games won (62% vs. 55%), much higher dominance ratio...
  17. falstaff78

    Huge news for statheads about tennis abstract!!!

    Tennis abstract now reports hold% and break% as part of all its queries. For example, at a stroke you can generate stats like these: Federer in: Wimbledon finals: won 89% service games, 13% return games Aussie open finals: won 83% service games, 29% return games USO finals: won 84% service...
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    PlaySight SmartCourt

    Hi everyone! I am a student from Estonia and i am writing bachelor's thesis about technologies in Sport. Most important part of my work involves PlaySight SmartCourt and i am in real trouble as there are no courts installed in Estonia and the nearest is in Sweden, which is obviously too far...
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