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Stats – higher and higher

13.09.2006 | Tennis

Find a selection of impressive statistics after Roger’s victory in Flushing Meadows.



Roger is the first player of the Open era after Rod Laver (1969) to play all four Grand Slam finals in one season.



The number of Roger’s consecutive victories at the US Open. He has joined Ivan Lendl (1985-87) and John McEnroe (1979-81) – the only players of the Open era to have won the US Open three times in series before him.


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Roger is the first male player ever in the history of tennis to win both Wimbledon and the US Open back-to-back three consecutive years.



The number of consecutive Grand Slam finals Roger competed in. He has levelled Rod Laver's (Australia) record and is now just one short of Australia’s Jack Crawford (7).



The total number of tournament titles captured by Roger so far this season.



The number of Grand Slam titles Roger has taken home since the beginning of his career.



The number of consecutive Grand Slam semi-finals Roger has reached since Wimbledon 2003 - levelling Ivan Lendl’s record.



The total number of Roger’s titles on hard court. He has joined Ivan Lendl but still stays a respectable distance from the two players leading the ranking: André Agassi (46) and Pete Sampras (36).



The number of titles Roger has won on the professional Tour since the beginning of his career.



The number of matches (out of a total of 63!) in the US at which Roger managed to defeat his opponent since losing to Dominik Hrbaty in Cincinnati in 2004.



The number of matches Roger has played this year – winning 70 of them. Only Russia’s Davydenko played more than him: 77.



Roger has been dominating the ATP rankings for 136 weeks. Only Jimmy Connors (160) and Ivan Lendl (157) have done better than that.



The number of points Roger has in the Indesit ATP Race.



The number of points Roger is ahead of Rafael Nadal in the ATP champions race. Roger leads the ranking with 7295 points, his number one opponent counting 4800.





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09/23/2006 | 02:05 AM
The number of times of heartbeats of your fans all around the world when they are watching you win Wimbledon, the US Open, the Masters,
the Australia Open, Indian Wells and all the other matches every year a
09/21/2006 | 02:01 PM
Go ahead and be the leader of all the statistics.

have a nice day!
09/21/2006 | 01:32 PM
dont what to say.... ur the best.... its unbeliveable..... Christineh
from Armenia
09/21/2006 | 12:50 PM
How many records! But in all these records, the two most important still to beat are the number of Grand Slam Titles and the number of weeks consecutively number 1. Still some work to do! But at this rythm, in two years, who knows where you will be?
09/20/2006 | 05:18 PM
oh! the more i love roger!
09/20/2006 | 11:20 AM
I love you Roger, I hope you'll smash every single record there is in tennis history. Ionut, 32, Bucharest, Romania.
09/20/2006 | 05:20 AM
keep those stats coming in, one day there will be no debate. you will be called 'the greatest ever'
09/19/2006 | 09:29 PM
what more can u say everyone who is watching tennis today is probalby watching and experiencing the greatest tennis player ever to live roger u r amazing!
09/19/2006 | 11:29 AM
Roger, our Roger--

with your impeccable talent, you will surpass everyone else's record, and shall reign for a long, long, long time.

will pray for your continued good health and that you may be free from any injuries.

love always...
09/19/2006 | 08:14 AM
what a record.........
no one will get tired reading these..............
i enjoyed
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