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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby iopzzza » 08 Feb 2015, 13:38

I'm back :P . As i said , i've lost in Monte Carlo to Verdasco in 2nd round. Then skipped Barcelona and went to an atp 250 event Oeiras. I had to face many tough players there... Got bye in the first round . Beat easily Pospisil in the second 6/1 6/4 and lost to Robredo in the third 2-6 4-6 (i am having problems with the spanyards so far :( robredo , verdasco, nadal and may be ferrer). Then i went to madrid and trained my forehand and service a lot more than backhand and other skills. Felt better of course :D but still lost in the 1st round against robredo 3-6 3-6. The last step before garros for me was Roma , where i beat Smyczhek in the 1rd round 6/2 6/0 , Nedyovesov in second 6/1 6/0 and lost to Stan "The Man" Wawrinka in the third 1/6 3/6. My next stop and last clay tournament will be Roland Garros and i face ALbero Rodriguez (number 294 in the world) in 1rd round , The M.Russel in the second and SOusa/Melzer in the third. In the 4th i may bet Tsonga if he wins all of his matches, but this time there are no spanyards or murray till semi's where i can get Nadal/Ferrer. Wish me luck :P
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby Rafa15 » 10 Feb 2015, 13:09

@iopazza: wish you good luck for roland garros :applause:
my carrer with berdych:
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quarterfinal: berdych vs Troicki 6:3 7:5
semifinal: berdych vs Ferrer 2:6 3:6 I had noa chance, got destroyed by him :wink: :cry:

then travelling to the first grandslam the AO:
1. round Berdych vs Hanescu 7:5 6:0 6:2 very easy
2. round berdych vs dimitrov 3:6 6:4 7:6(5) 6:4 very though match
3. round berdych vs Anderson 5:7 6:4 6:7(8) 6:3 6:2
quarterfinal: berdych vs Robredo 5:7 0:6 4:6 I have problems with spaniards? :?:

the first result: reaching semis in atp 250 and quarters in AO is completly ok for me ;)
next stop will be Dubai!!! Wanna reach semis there
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby ZuutCoke » 10 Feb 2015, 14:57

Krish 4971 : With your unbelievable results against Nadal, I think you should raise AI's level a little bit lol ;)

iopzza : Easy draw until the semis, you'll probably reach your second Grand Slam semi final in a row.

Rafa : It's not common for a Rafa's fan to play with Berdych haha ! And yes with an offensive player like the Czech (big serve, big forehand but not a very good defender), the defensive spaniards colony (Nadal, Ferrer, Robredo, Montanes...) will be your biggest challenge, especially on clay.

So, back to my career, in my last post, I was in Roland Garros final against Rafa...Well no surprise, he destroyed me for the fifth time in a row this season : 6/0 6/1 6/1...

To follow Novak's real calendar, I've decided not to play Queen's or Halle, and to go directly to London. And what an accomplishment, I've won Wimbledon, and I'ven't dropped any set on my way to the title !
6/2 6/0 6/0, then 6/0 6/0 6/0 against two qualifiers, 6/2 6/1 6/1 vs Janowicz, 6/0 6/1 6/3 vs F.Lopez, 6/0 6/1 6/4 vs Anderson, 6/4 6/2 7/6 against Federer, and 6/1 6/4 6/4 vs Murray in the final.
I was lucky that Rafa disappeared on the 4th round.

I have to say I'm very proud of myself, winning my first Grand Slam on incredible level lol.
But is it me, or Wimbledon is by far the easiest Grand Slam to win ? I don't know if it's the grass, the court view, or the opposition, but in all my seasons and/or careers, with Djokovic, Dimitrov or even Tsonga, I've always succeeded to win it, while i've often struggled just to reach the second week in Australia, RG or USO...

So for now, in this 2014 season :
Australian Open ---> Final, lost to Nadal
Roland Garros ---> Final, lost to Nadal
Wimbledon ---> Winner, vs Murray

My goal is to win all four Slams on incredible level, one down, 3 to go !
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby SDAWG » 10 Feb 2015, 18:27

So big stuff since last update. I lost in the QF of Madrid and then had an even greater disappointment in Rome losing in the 3rd Round. I lost in the 4th round at Roland Garros (my best result there) but missed out on a chance to go deeper since I would have played an unranked opponent had I won that match. Then I went to Wimbledon. I got through the first and second rounds easy enough. The third round was a little challenging. In the 4th round I played (1) Lindsay Davenport. I had a winning record against her and was able to capitalize and went through to the quarterfinals. There I played (9) Justine Henin who I had only played once but back when we were both lesser players. I was able to come through that match too. I had an easy match in the semi's as I had to play a surprise semifinalist. Then in the finals I had to face (3) Martina Hingis. This was tough for me. I had never beaten her before nor had I come close. But fighting my way through I finally beat her and won WIMBLEDON! My first grandslam at 17. I couldn't believe it!!!!! I'm now ranked #7, only a gain of two, but I am a grandslam champion!!! Two titles this year (Indian Wells, and Wimbledon). It was only my third career title. (Moscow, Indian Wells, and Wimbledon). Amazing!
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby Rafa15 » 10 Feb 2015, 20:43

one short question? how can I change berdych character values in the season? with player. ATP i can just change the values of my oponents :(
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby Serena Williams Fan » 10 Feb 2015, 22:29

Sorry going to be a super long post!!

Career of Mario Diming
Playing Level Pro 10
Starting off at number 1000 in the world
Starting Year 2006

Review of the Rookie Year

Weeks 52-4
4 Tournaments
Only Qualified in One Future Tour Guatemala F1 and lost in Round 1
Starting Ranking- 895
End of the Month Ranking-879

Weeks 5-8
1 Tournament
Qualified in Australia F2 Made it to the Quarter-finals
Starting Ranking- 879
End of the Month Ranking-870

Weeks 9-12
4 Tournaments
Won Morocco F1, Semifinal of Sunrise(Challenger) as a Wildcard, Round 1 at Trani(Challenger) and Switzerland F1
Starting Ranking- 870
End of the Month Ranking- 337

Weeks 13-16
1 Tournament
Qualified in Leon(Challenger) and made it to the Finals as a Qualifier
Starting Ranking- 337
End of the Month Ranking-273

Weeks 17-20
4 Tournaments
Won Two Tournaments Greece F2 as Top Seed and Kaohsiung (Challenger) as a Wildcard. Two Round 1 loses at Bucharest (Wildcard) and Munich (Qualifier).
Starting Ranking- 273
End of the Month Ranking-141
Weeks 21-24
3 Tournaments
Qualified in the French Slam lost Round 1 to (#15/#15) Haas 6-1 6-1 6-0. Lost Round 1 at Nice(TET250) as a Wildcard. Lost Round 2 at London(TET250).
Starting Ranking- 141
End of the Month Ranking- 118

Side Note- Nadal beat Davydenko in the French Slam 7-6(3) 6-3 6-1

Weeks 25-28
3 Tournaments
Lost Round 2 of UK Slam won Round 1 vs Johansson 6-4 6-1 6-1 Lost Round 2 vs. (#11/#11) Ljubicic 6-1 6-3 6-1. Lost in Round 2 at Eastbourne(TET250) as a Qualifier. Lost in Round 2 at Newport (TET250)
Starting Ranking- 118
End of the Month Ranking- 78

Side Note- UK Slam Final – Roger Federer defeats James Blake 6-4 7-6 7-5

Weeks 29-32
3 Tournaments
Lost Round 3 at Washington DC (TET500) vs. (#1/#4) Hewitt 6-0 6-0 Lost in Round 2 at Bogota(TET250) and Lost Round 1 at Montreal(Masters Series) vs. Murray 6-0 6-0

Starting Ranking- 78
End of the Month Ranking- 72

Made the decision to try and play doubles as well with my partner being Jeff Coetzee

3 Tournaments
Finals of Washington DC (TET500) lost vs. (#2) Robredo/Berdych 6-0 6-0 as Wildcard. Semifinals of Atlanta (TET250) lost vs. (#3) Baghdatis/ Davydenko 6-2 6-4. Lost Round 2 of Montreal (Masters Series) (#4) Knowles/ Paes 7-6(1) 6-2

Starting Doubles Ranking- 913
End of the Month Doubles Ranking- 140
Starting Entry Doubles Rank- None
End of the Month Doubles Entry Rank- 39

Weeks 33-36
1 Tournament
US Slam won Round 1 vs Chiudinelli 6-7(4) 6-2 6-2 6-0 Lost Round 2 vs. (#27/#28) Murray- 6-4 6-2 6-0.

Starting Ranking- 72
End of the Month Ranking- 61

Side Note- US Slam Final Nadal defeats Robredo 3-6 7-5 6-2 6-4
Doubles
2 Tournaments
Wins Cincinnati (Masters Series) as Qualifiers beat World #1 Double Team the Bryan Brothers in Finals 0-6 7-6(3) 6-2. Quarter-finals in US Slam as the #15 Seed lost to (6) Bjorkman/ Ullyett 5-7 6-2 6-2.

Starting Doubles Ranking- 140
End of the Month Doubles Ranking- 34
Starting Entry Doubles Rank- 39
End of the Month Doubles Entry Rank- 13

Weeks 37-40
3 Tournaments
Finals of Metz as the #8 seed. Very interesting match with Fabrice Santoro in the Quarter-finals 6-7(5) 7-6(12) 6-1. Lost Finals vs (#1/#5) James Blake 6-0 6-4. Quarter-finals of Tokyo (TET500) as the #6 seed. Lost vs. Mayer 6-1 6-4. Lost Round 1 in Kuala Lumpur (TET250).

Starting Ranking- 61
End of the Month Ranking- 45

Doubles
3 Tournaments
Finals of Metz as the #2 seed lost vs. #4 seed Llodra/Ram 6-3 1-6 1-0(12-10). Finals of Kuala Lumpur as the #2 seed lost vs. #3 seed Roger Federer/ Nalbandian 6-3 6-1. Lost Round 1 of Tokyo as the #2 seed.
Starting Doubles Ranking- 34
End of the Month Doubles Ranking- 29
Starting Entry Doubles Rank- 13
End of the Month Doubles Entry Rank- 13

Weeks 41-44
4 Tournaments
Finals of Stockholm(TET250) as the #3 seed lost vs. (#1/#17) Djokovic 6-1 6-1. Lost Round 1 of Shanghai(Masters Series), Paris(Masters Series) and Basel(TET500) as the #4 Seed vs V. Spadea.

Starting Ranking- 45
End of the Month Ranking- 41

Doubles
4 Tournaments
Semifinals of Basel(TET500) as the #3 seed lost vs. #1 L. Paes/ M.Knowles 6-2 6-0. Quarterfinals of Stockholm (TET250) as the #1 seed. Round 2 of Shanghai(Masters Series) and Paris(Masters Series).

Starting Doubles Ranking- 29
End of the Month Doubles Ranking- 26
Starting Entry Doubles Rank- 13
End of the Month Doubles Entry Rank- 11


Weeks 45-48
1 Tournament

Semifinals of Naples, Fl (Challenger) as the #1 seed lost to a WC R. Ram

Starting Ranking- 41
End of the Month Ranking- 39

Doubles
1 Tournament

Won Naples, Fl (Challenger) as the #1 seed.

Starting Doubles Ranking- 26
End of the Month Doubles Ranking- 25
Starting Entry Doubles Rank- 11
End of the Month Doubles Entry Rank- 11

Weeks 49-52

1 Tournament
Won Lexington, KY (Challenger) as the #1 seed.

Starting Ranking- 39
End of the Month Ranking- 37

Review of Rookie Year- In Singles Went 76-31 4 Titles 2 Challengers and 2 Futures $367,757. In Doubles went 31-12 2 Titles (1 Masters Series and 1 Challenger) $226,921.

Noticeable wins against Mardy Fish, Ernests Gulbis, Fabrice Santoro and Paradorn Srichaphan.
Highest Ranking
Singles: 48
Doubles: 17
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby charniaJ » 11 Feb 2015, 03:56

Playing as a made up character - a tall serve volleyer, with a powerful forehand and a weaker but very accurate backhand.... playing on Incredible 2.

I started game in 2003, now it is 2014. So I have completed 11 full seasons. Started at 100 in the world. I first made the world number one ranking in week 41 of 2003 (by far the quickest I have ever done it, usually takes me a couple of seasons minimum), and have held it continually since week 45 of 2003 to (currently) week 12 of 2014. Though I am getting old and I think Djokovic might overtake me before the end of the year, he just beat me in the final of the Ausi Open.

I have won 9 Ausi Opens, 9 French Opens, 8 Wimby, 11 US Opens. I am still undefeated at US Open. Won 9 WTF, though lost in the final for the last two years (first to Del Potro, second to Murray). Won 59 Masters titles not including WTFs.

The player that I have had the most trouble against is Federer w/l 47:19, particularly on fast courts (I've never beaten him on quick indoor courts like the Paris Masters) but have dominated him on Clay and Hard. I have never had any real trouble against Nadal (42:8), including giving him a 6-0, 6-0, 6-1 drubbing in FO final in 2006. I've found that beating him is about getting the blend of crazy all out attack with draining long rallies where I wait for him to make errors, knowing that when neither of us have any energy left I can use twist kick serves to push him way back in the court and then sneak in to the net. Also I attack his forehand (not backhand), and then move forwards in the court to play my first volley in to his weaker backhand (if that helps). Angles and power hitting don't work so well against him, he just whips them down the line. So push him back push him back push him back. And be patient.

Recently flat power players like Del Potro have caused me the most trouble. I can't deal with the pace as easily and they break my volleying a bit.
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby Algo » 11 Feb 2015, 04:36

charniaJ wrote:Playing as a made up character - a tall serve volleyer, with a powerful forehand and a weaker but very accurate backhand.... playing on Incredible 2.

I started game in 2003, now it is 2014. So I have completed 11 full seasons. Started at 100 in the world. I first made the world number one ranking in week 41 of 2003 (by far the quickest I have ever done it, usually takes me a couple of seasons minimum), and have held it continually since week 45 of 2003 to (currently) week 12 of 2014. Though I am getting old and I think Djokovic might overtake me before the end of the year, he just beat me in the final of the Ausi Open.

I have won 9 Ausi Opens, 9 French Opens, 8 Wimby, 11 US Opens. I am still undefeated at US Open. Won 9 WTF, though lost in the final for the last two years (first to Del Potro, second to Murray). Won 59 Masters titles not including WTFs.

The player that I have had the most trouble against is Federer w/l 47:19, particularly on fast courts (I've never beaten him on quick indoor courts like the Paris Masters) but have dominated him on Clay and Hard. I have never had any real trouble against Nadal (42:8), including giving him a 6-0, 6-0, 6-1 drubbing in FO final in 2006. I've found that beating him is about getting the blend of crazy all out attack with draining long rallies where I wait for him to make errors, knowing that when neither of us have any energy left I can use twist kick serves to push him way back in the court and then sneak in to the net. Also I attack his forehand (not backhand), and then move forwards in the court to play my first volley in to his weaker backhand (if that helps). Angles and power hitting don't work so well against him, he just whips them down the line. So push him back push him back push him back. And be patient.

Recently flat power players like Del Potro have caused me the most trouble. I can't deal with the pace as easily and they break my volleying a bit.

I very seldom play WT, but when I do and have to play Nadal, that seems to be the strategy. Never had any problems against him either.
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby ZuutCoke » 11 Feb 2015, 14:42

Wow Algo ! I have to say I'm impressed. How many months did you need to play 11 full seasons ?
Being number one the first year with a created player on incredible level, it's a hell of an accomplishment, congrats !
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby ZuutCoke » 11 Feb 2015, 14:43

I mean "Wow charniaJ" sorry :D
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby SDAWG » 11 Feb 2015, 21:22

So I had a big let down after winning Wimbledon. I lost in the 2nd Round of Toronto pretty badly. I rebounded from that to make it to the finals of Cincinnati. Then I won my second straight Grandslam at the US Open!!!! So I have three tournament wins for the year (Indian Wells, Wimbledon, and the US Open) and I'm currently ranked #4 in the world. I also have a realistic shot at number one. Right now, I'm number one in the race for number one but everyone from like 1-10 is like within 1000 or so points of each other. So it will be interesting. It would be amazing if I could manage to nab that number one position.

Update Career Bests

Australian: 4th Round
French: 4th Round
Wimbledon: Winner (2001)
US Open: Winner (2001)

Titles: 2000 (Moscow), 20001 (Indian Wells, Wimbledon, US Open)
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby Rafa15 » 12 Feb 2015, 00:05

ZuutCoke wrote:Rafa : It's not common for a Rafa's fan to play with Berdych haha ! And yes with an offensive player like the Czech (big serve, big forehand but not a very good defender), the defensive spaniards colony (Nadal, Ferrer, Robredo, Montanes...) will be your biggest challenge, especially on clay.

YEah I know but I like the style of play of berdych and I looked for a player in the top ten with big serve und big forehand playing very aggressive :D

so my carreer goes on:
Dubai:
1.round berdych vs chardy 6:1 6:2
2. round berdych vs Querrey 6:4 6:4
quarter final berdych vs roger vasselin 6:4 6:1
semifinal berdych vs Gasquet 3:6 1:6 very very poor from me there :roll:

then going to my favourite Masters 1000 in Indian Wells and Miami really loving them! :applause:

Indian Wells:
1. round bye
2. round Berdych vs Granollers 6:1 6:4
3. round berdych Davydenko 6:4 6:0
4.round berdych vs Nishikori 7:6(4) 6:3
Quater final berdych vs federer 6:4 3:6 6:3 this was an incredible close match, federer won 2 points more than me but I won the important one
seminal berdych vs Haas 7:6(3) 6:4 very close too
NOW I am in the final!! :dance: :applause: cant believe it , my opponent will be Del Potro, wish me good luck guys :applause: :applause:
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby iopzzza » 12 Feb 2015, 12:15

Hello , i am back :D . I play at roland garros right now , had 2 very easy matches in the 1st and 2nd round - 6/1 6/0 6/3 against A.Rodriguez and 6/1 6/1 6/2 against M.Rusell. Then i had to face J.Sousa who was unbeliavable !! I've wont the first set with struggles 6-3 (one break). Then in the second i had to came back from a 0-4 :D managed to make it to tiebreak where won 7-5 points. The third was even worst , he didnt lead 4-0 , but he was even better , i had to bring my A game , from the Australian Open 1/4 final against murray ! We both were broken 2 times , but managed to play another tie break which i won again this time 8/6. So 6/3 7/6 7/6 . Now i am playing Tsonga in the 4th round.

1/4 finals So far

Djokovic - Anderson
Robredo - Del Potro
Nadal - Ferrer
Me/Tsonga - Federer/MONFILS (monfils just beat raonic whie losing 4-6 6-4 3-6 2-4 and Raonic retired :( i know i can beat Raonic , but monfils ... i doubt)
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby SDAWG » 12 Feb 2015, 17:13

I finally did it! And before the end of the year! I nabbed the number one ranking for the first time. So after winning the US Open, I went on to win Tokyo. Then I lost in the semifinals of Beijing. It was quite the smack down. Majority of the points were less the five shots. And honestly, most of them I only got to hit one ball!!!! I served. Smack! The computer hit a winner. I returned. Smack! The computer hit a winner. These weren't even shots I had a chance to even run down! It didn't matter what type of shots I hit in return! Has this ever happened to anyone else!!!! LOL!!! It made my gaining of the number on ranking look bad hahaha!!! But who cares. I'm number one with now 4 titles this year.
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Re: Write your career results here!

Postby MarkChan » 12 Feb 2015, 18:44

I played doubles World Tour offline last November using tour setting (incredible10 cpu, both partner and opponents, danger zone on, average auto-pos). I team up with random CPU with 1500+ stats every season. Actually I only played in slams and played one season properly and beat every one in straight sets with the score of 6/0 or 6/1 every set. :unsure:

So I get bored and and enter mtkil until I meet team that has two players with 1750+ stats. Then i still beat those teams 6/0 or 6/1 every set :fear: So I started to only play with team with two guys at 1800+ stats. Somehow I can finally get Djokovic+Murray in Wimbledon final after many years :blackeye: And then they are so strong (both guys with 1900+ stats) that I could only beat them by something like 6/3 6/2 :lol:

So I won all doubles GS from start to finish 8-)
Singles Titles and Finalists:
250: Kuala Lumpur '15
Challenger: Georgia F1 '14,Wroclaw '16

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GS: Australian Open '15,Roland Garros '15(RU)
Masters: Paris '14(RU),Madrid '15(RU),Rome '15(RU)
250: Kuala Lumpur '14,Doha '16
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