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Fascinating stats

16.08.2006 | Tennis

Some interesting statistics for you after Roger’s terrific first half of the season and the start of the tournament in Cincinnati:

 

11

The number of Masters Series Roger has won. He has now reached Pete Sampras’ mark, but is still 6 away from André Agassi’s.

 

13

The number of Masters Series that Roger and Rafael Nadal have won since 2005 (a total of 15 tournaments).

 

17

The number of consecutive finals – since Halle in June 2005 – Roger has played. He is now only one away from Ivan Lendl’s record.

 

40

The number of tournament titles Roger has taken home in his entire career, 8 of which are Grand Slams, 11 Masters Series and 2 Masters Cups.

 

55

The number of matches in series that Roger has won in North America since Cincinnati in August 2004 (defeat against Hrbaty). During this period, he claimed a total of 9 Titles: 2 US Open, 2 Indian Wells, 2 Miami, 1 Cincinnati, 1 Toronto and 1 Masters in Houston.

 

63-4

Wins/losses this season up until today.

 

85-2

Wins/losses on hard-court since the beginning of 2005 up until today.

 

3255

The number of points Roger is ahead of Rafael Nadal in the ATP ranking. Roger stands at the top of the list with 7760 points, Nadal following with 4505.

 
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09/08/2006 | 06:06 AM
Go Roger go. Really nobody can beat you. US Open Grandslam is yours. Congrats for beating the current no. 1 US player James Blake.
08/17/2006 | 05:35 PM
Just like the others here, I'm aware of most, if not all, of these amazing stats. But still, it makes one's jaw drop to read about them especially when they're all put together like this. You're truly the greatest, Roger!!
08/17/2006 | 07:53 AM
Sorry to see your loss today. You looked out of sorts, take a well earned rest from all the pressure we have been putting on you and just enjoy life and playing tennis.
08/17/2006 | 07:41 AM
woo. wonderful record. Roger is the best man in the world in my heart .C'mon.
08/17/2006 | 07:10 AM
Roger it is great to see u break and make new records. Keep it up! We all want to see u at the top for the rest of our lives...
08/17/2006 | 07:06 AM
Gr8 Roger..

You'r the one who can rewrite the records... (with non editable format :)-

Yet another fan from India...(Chennai)
08/17/2006 | 06:36 AM
u r a real star rogie! =)
08/17/2006 | 05:48 AM
As you said in your post-match interview, it's never fun to lose, but you can't win 100% of the time. Besides, better now than at the US Open!! I LOVE YOUR OPTIMISM, and that is what makes you the best of the best champions!! :) Let the US Open roll on, a
08/17/2006 | 05:08 AM
The moment...the day...the lost of a game had to come...and the meaning...conclusion...and reality is... your body and mind can only go so far when you exceed it...You are and will be the Best tennis player on earth...the greatest role model to our young
08/17/2006 | 04:57 AM
The moment...the day...the lost of a game had to come...and the meaning...conclusion...and reality is... your body and mind can only go so far when you exceed it...You are and will be the Best tennis player on earth...the greatest role model to our young
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