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- Thread starter Fedeonic
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#Let'sGoooo

If Street wins this in straight sets I believe Cilic is out no matter what he does.

Well Z wins a set cilic is your last hopeWait just realised Cilic has a .1% chance of beating Djoko

3 Sets for Zverev and Cilic is out too.If Street wins this in straight sets I believe Cilic is out no matter what he does.

Cilic's only hope is Isner wins in 3 (now) and he beats Djoko (in 2 or 3)

Street just has to win and he is through.If Street wins this in straight sets I believe Cilic is out no matter what he does.

Isner is now definitely out as he needed straight sets win to have a chance.

He’s not tanking to start the second set so Zedraffe won’t waltz into the SFs.

200 points for a win here right?

I don't think so, if Zverev wins in 3 and Cilic wins in 2 you'll have:3 Sets for Zverev and Cilic is out too.

Cilic's only hope is Isner wins in 3 (now) and he beats Djoko (in 2 or 3)

1) Djokovic 2-1 4-2

Cilic 2-1 4-3

Zverev 2-1 4-3

So the percentage of games won would decide who advances - Cilic or Zverev. Djokovic tops the group if Zverev loses a set.

If Zverev wins like 7-6 6-7 6-3 and Cilic beats Djokovic 7-6 7-6 then Cilic is through.

This means cilic will go throughI don't think so, if Zverev wins in 3 and Cilic wins in 2 you'll have:

1) Djokovic 2-1 4-2

Cilic 2-1 4-3

Zverev 2-1 4-3

So the percentage of games won would decide who advances - Cilic or Zverev. Djokovic tops the group if Zverev loses a set.

If this happened Cilic would probably go through given how Zverev went 5-12 against Djokovic in games.This means cilic will go through

This means cilic will go through

I found this graph.It explains the situation

I thought so first but because Zverev and Cilic will be tied on set percentages (and not Djokovic), it goes to h2h between Zverev and Cilic, and Zverev progresses.I don't think so, if Zverev wins in 3 and Cilic wins in 2 you'll have:

1) Djokovic 2-1 4-2

Cilic 2-1 4-3

Zverev 2-1 4-3

So the percentage of games won would decide who advances - Cilic or Zverev. Djokovic tops the group if Zverev loses a set.

If Zverev wins like 7-6 6-7 6-3 and Cilic beats Djokovic 7-6 7-6 then Cilic is through.

From https://www.nittoatpfinals.com/en/event/semifinal-qualifying-procedure

"Comment 4: 3 players have 2 wins and the other player has 0 wins. The player with 0 wins is eliminated. Of the 3 players with 2 wins, 1 player’s sets won-loss is 5-2 for 71.43%; the other 2 players both have a 4-3 record in sets for 57.14%. In this case there is 1 superior player (71.43%) and the remaining 2 players are tied; it now reverts to the head to head result of the 2 remaining players with the winning player advancing as group runner-up."

In this case:

1) Djokovic 2-1 4-2 24-24

2) Zverev 2-1 4-2 39-40

3) Cilic 2-1 4-3 42-28

It's no longer a three way tie because Djokovic's set win-loss is superior to both of theirs. It would come down to who won the meeting between Zverev and Cilic.I don't think so, if Zverev wins in 3 and Cilic wins in 2 you'll have:

1) Djokovic 2-1 4-2

Cilic 2-1 4-3

Zverev 2-1 4-3

So the percentage of games won would decide who advances - Cilic or Zverev. Djokovic tops the group if Zverev loses a set.

If Zverev wins like 7-6 6-7 6-3 and Cilic beats Djokovic 7-6 7-6 then Cilic is through.

What year did we see the last backhand down the line from Zverev

The same one we saw Isner's one

Now, Zvev truly on 'bot' edition here.

Right, I got too caught up with Fed's group because everyone was talking about a 3 way tie there.It's no longer a three way tie because Djokovic's set win-loss is superior to both of theirs. It would come down to who won the meeting between Zverev and Cilic.

This is confusingIt's no longer a three way tie because Djokovic's set win-loss is superior to both of theirs. It would come down to who won the meeting between Zverev and Cilic.

A three way tie is when you have 3 players who went 2-1 in matches and have the same percentage of sets won (like 4-2). Then you look at games and decide who goes through based on that. In our case we won't have 3 players with the same percentage of sets won, Djokovic is already at an an advantage because he's currently 4-0 so can't do worse than 4-2 and Cilic is at a disadvantage because he's currently at 2-3.This is confusing

The same one we saw Isner's one

LOL that was a nice BHDL from Big John!

I think I understand nowA three way tie is when you have 3 players who went 2-1 in matches and have the same percentage of sets won (like 4-2). Then you look at games and decide who goes through based on that. In our case we won't have 3 players with the same percentage of sets won, Djokovic is already at an an advantage because he's currently 4-0 so can't do worse than 4-2 and Cilic is at a disadvantage because he's currently at 2-3.

Now I'm wondering if there's a possibility that you have a player who went 2-1 in matches, doesn't qualify and the players he beat are those who did.

Edit: nah, impossible because the 4th player would have to get a win.

Edit: nah, impossible because the 4th player would have to get a win.

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Street breaks thanks to Isners stupid UEs

1. Djokovic 2-1 4-2 24-24

2. Zverev 2-1 4-2 39-39

3. Cilic 2-1 4-3 42-28

4. Isner 0-3 1-6 36-50

Djokovic just has to show up LMAO. Looks like Djokovic-Cilic is a dead rubber given how Cilic can't qualify and Djokovic advances from first place even if he gets double bageled.

Cilic is officially out

Fedr - Z

Djokovic - Anderson

Fedr - Z

Djokovic - Anderson

Street takes it

Well done Street.

The semifinals are set.

The semifinals are set.

It's a three way tie until there are just two players tied. Then it becomes a two way tie.This is confusing

What do I hate more? Street’s unwavering arrogance or Isner’s hateful between-the-legs bll bouncing

How did that tournament turn out again.

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