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ATP TOP 100 - STATISTICS OF 2015 SEASON (Updated)

6/12/2015

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Date of Report[1]: 04.12.2015

By Rubén A. Báez[2] 

www.TennisTop10.com


Full statistical report in pdf click here




This report sets out relevant performance statistics of the ATP TOP 100 (Ranking updated: 30.11.2015).

The analysis covers the period from 01.01.2015 to 29.11.2015. For ATP are included the ATP World Tour 250, 500, 1000 and the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. For the ITF are included Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open and the Davis Cup. There are not statistics contemplated for all tournaments classifications including the Grand Slams, Challengers and the others ATP tournaments.

The tables are presented for each player and the analysts can draw their own conclusions. For example, to analyze the performance of a particular player must take into account all categories of statistics. With this procedure will give a good approximation of the real performance of the player so far in the 2015 season. The statistics about speed serve, winners, unforced errors, forced errors and net points won are partial so this is the reason that are not published in this report and those that have been exposed in previous reports must take account of this review, are partial and are for reference only.

There are three comments I want to point out. The first like an erratum mode of the entitled report "ATP_Top100-2015Season_English.pdf" released on 29.08.2015 where a typed error (the only one in 2015 season) occurred at an important point of an important player as John Isner. In Table 1 of that report where it says "1st Service In" John Isner did not obtain 84% of the serves, he really gained only the 71%. I apologize for this error but I emphasize this because he is one of the best servers of the moment. The amount of data to be loaded into the database is enormous throughout the season and, in this case, it was the only registered error "so far".

The other issue I want to discuss is not a mistake of typing but a particular situation of the player Iñigo Cervantes of Spain who played throughout the 2015 season only one match within those considered in this report (He is a Challengers player whose statistics are not included in this report). Cervantes played on the ATP World Tour 500 Bet-At-Home Hamburg Open tournament and lost in first round on 27.07.2015, 6(2)-7, 4-6 against Frenchman Lucas Pouille. The issue is that Cervantes appears ranked as No. 1 in Table 5: 2nd SERVE IN % (Average) and in the Table 9: 1st RETURN POINTS WON % (Average). Logically, the smart observer knows ponder this and not consider Iñigo Cervantes as the best in the 1st return points won or the best in the 2nd serve in. It is for that reason that I publish the amount of matches played in the season.

Finally, the analysis includes the Top 100 of the ATP up to 30.11.2015. There is one exception, the Spanish player Daniel Muñoz de la Nava ranking 75 is not included in this report because he has not played this season the tournaments mentioned in the prior paragraphs. This player has played Challengers which, I repeat, the statistics tournaments of this category have not been considered here. For that reason, he has been replaced by the Serbian Filip Krajinovic, 101 in the ATP ranking.

Full statistical report in pdf click here 

 


[1] Report elaboration based on data from official Websites:

www.AustralianOpen.com

www.RolandGarros.com 

www.Wimbledon.com

www.USopen.org

www.ATPWorldTour.com 

www.DavisCup.com


[2] Tennis Instructor (Argentine School of Tennis Instructors, Buenos Aires), Bachelor in Business Administration, Public Accountant, Post grade’s degree in Finance Management and Capital Markets, MBA (IAE Business School, Austral University, Argentina).













 



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