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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:



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



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



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



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.



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.



Wins/losses this season up until today.



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



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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08/17/2006 | 12:41 AM
Awsome. Congratulations on the numerous titles and wins. Roger can hit the historical numbers the tennis legends achieved.
08/17/2006 | 12:02 AM
Dear Roger, Congratulations on your loss!!!!!!!!
please do not be shocked by my greetings bacause otherwise you could lose at the Grand Slam in New York. When your dream-car gets scratched, you should be happy that there was no MAJOR accident when YOU
08/17/2006 | 12:02 AM
Roger, I am sorry about your loss today. My friends know how much I support you and called me to ask if I was crying and I said there's no reason to.

After your month off, this has been good prep work for the big one: your 9th grand slam! To be honest
08/16/2006 | 11:53 PM

Go ahead... congratulations.
08/16/2006 | 11:52 PM
Dear Roger
I am so very, very sorry. Not a good day for you today. Now go and rest and come back the great champion you are.
08/16/2006 | 11:27 PM
the last one is just crazy.. Roger is just way ahead of the game.. he has yet the highest point value i have ever seen!!
08/16/2006 | 11:27 PM
I can't believe it . Yor're beaten by Andy Murray in straight sets. Broken 7 times by him. What happened ? I don't think you had the hunger to win the game. I guess, it is good for you ( us - all the fans) as this defeat will give you inspiration to win
08/16/2006 | 11:21 PM
DON"t worry about today , i already printed out the winning draw for you in NEw YORK!!!
08/16/2006 | 11:12 PM
World Number 1!!! These statistics are incredible. All the best in the next GS (US Open). Hit the courts with your best performance yet.
08/16/2006 | 11:09 PM
No!!!! You lost today...:-*(. Why?!? You were supposed to beat Lendl's record! But most importantly, you were supposed to prove to YOURSELF that neither Nadal nor anybody else should stop you from being dominant. I guess I'm most disappointed in the
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