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Understanding end-of-match statistics

Postby CC » 26 Jan 2009, 06:33

I am trying to find this information by searching the Internet, and I have looked some through the forum. Maybe someone here can give me a good reference. I won a match in World Tour, and I can't understand how I won with the resulting end-of-match statistics listed below:
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The total points won for Nadal is 14 more than for me. Yet, I won the match. Is this because he won almost all of the points in the second set? I can't understand how I won with those statistics.

Thanks!
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Re: Understanding end-of-match statistics

Postby Togtdyalttai » 26 Jan 2009, 07:33

Yes, it's because he won almost all of the points in the second set. Another reason could be that when he won games he won them without you winning a point and you won them with him getting 2 or more points. Just realize that he also won 2 more games total than you did.
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2009 Singles: 105-14 (no WO (6))
2009 Doubles: 11-8
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'09: W: 13 including Rome, Madrid, RG, Wimby, Cincy, USO
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Re: Understanding end-of-match statistics

Postby CC » 26 Jan 2009, 07:52

Thanks! See how basic my tennis knowledge is? :)
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Re: Understanding end-of-match statistics

Postby Togtdyalttai » 26 Jan 2009, 08:10

CC wrote:Thanks! See how basic my tennis knowledge is? :)


The key is that you like tennis, not that you know everything about it. :wink:
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2010 Singles: 66-10 (no wo (4))
2010 Doubles: 21-11
2009 Singles: 105-14 (no WO (6))
2009 Doubles: 11-8
Best Results:
'10: W: AO, Miami, Casa, Barca, Rome, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Cincy
'09: W: 13 including Rome, Madrid, RG, Wimby, Cincy, USO
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