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Roger's birthday by the numbers

08.08.2011 | Off Court, Starseite 2

Celebrating Roger's 30th birthday, here's a look at his birthday milestone by the numbers...

1 – World No. 1 for 285 weeks
2 – Finished in year-end Top 2 eight consecutive years (2003-10); only player to do so
3 – Grand Slam titles won in same season, accomplished three times (2004, 2006, and 2007)
4 – Fewest losses in his career in 2005 season (81-4)
5 – Year-end No. 1 finishes AND Barclays ATP World Tour Finals titles
6 – Wimbledon titles AND number of winning streaks of 20 matches or more
7 – Number of Grand Slam finals won before first loss (’06 Roland Garros to Nadal)
8 – Consecutive years with at least one Grand Slam title, from 2003-2010
9 – Or more titles on clay, grass and hard courts – only Jimmy Connors matches the feat
10 – Straight major finals reached: 2004 Wimbledon through 2007 US Open
11 – Consecutive years with at least one ATP World Tour title (2001-2011)
12 – Career-high titles won in 2006
13 – Number of match wins in first full season on ATP World Tour in 1999
14 – Wins in 23 matches against current World No. 1 Novak Djokovic
15 – Losses in a three-year span (2004-2006) in 262 matches.
16 – Grand Slam titles AND number of titles won in U.S. (most of any country)
17 – ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crowns
18 – Grand Slam finals reached over 19 appearances from ’05 Wimbledon to ’10 Australian Open (missed at ’08 Australian Open) AND tournaments won in different countries
19 –Age at first ATP World Tour title in Milan on Feb. 4, 2001
20 – Grand Slam matches won in a season six straight years (2004-2010) AND wins against players ranked No.1 or No. 2
21 – Years old when he finished inside the Top 10 for first time in 2002 (No. 6)
22 – Times he has been the top seed at a Grand Slam tournament AND age he first became No. 1
23 – Successive Grand Slam semi-final appearances (’04 Wimbledon through ’10 Australian Open) AND overall Grand Slam finals
24 – Straight finals won between ’03 Vienna through ’05 Bangkok
25 – His age when he finished with a career-high 92 match wins in 2006
26 – Wins in a row against Top 10 opponents (2003 Masters Cup to 2005 Australian Open QF – lost to No. 4 Safin in SF)
27 – Consecutive wins in Grand Slam play, achieved twice (2005 Wimbledon R1-2006 Roland Garros Final; 2006 Wimbledon R1-2007 Roland Garros Final)
28 – Years old when he claimed his latest Grand Slam title at 2010 Australian Open
29 – Consecutive major quarter-finals reached (going into 2011 US Open)
30 – Grand Slams in a row as No. 1 or No. 2 seed between ’04 USO and ’11 AO

With kind permission by the ATP World Tour.

 
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08/09/2011 | 07:13 PM
An important Number is being missed and it shoud must be in the list:
31 - Roger gets his 17th (or more) champion!!!!!

Good luck Roger.
08/09/2011 | 04:23 PM
Awesome number's.
And there are gonna be a lot more in the near future.
08/09/2011 | 03:33 PM
happy birthday
08/09/2011 | 03:07 PM
Happy Birthday to you darling boy. Thirty years young. You are just getting into your prime. Wishing you many more years of good health and even better tennis.
good luck in Montreal and in all your future endeavours.
love as always to you and your girls.
Flump xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
08/09/2011 | 02:28 PM
brilliant.. King Roger........... GO RF. Happy Birthday champ..
08/09/2011 | 02:27 PM
brilliant.. King Roger........... GO RF
08/09/2011 | 02:14 PM
OOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMGGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! UR JUS UNBELIEVABLE ROG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LUV YA LOADZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ N HAPPY BDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <3
08/09/2011 | 02:10 PM
awesome and unbelievable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!too good
08/09/2011 | 02:09 PM
That You Roger
Only for you

i love you very much
xxx
08/09/2011 | 11:11 AM
STUNNING