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ATP 2012 in numbers

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All the figures below are based on main draws of ATP tour only – challengers and lower tier events are not included. Qualification matches also not included.

All the data below is based on 65 ATP tournaments + Davis Cup + Olympics. Total matches taken into account – 2759

Ranking is based on the following point values:

Category______T____RU___SF
Grand_Slam___1000__600__360
YEC___________750__500__300
1000_Series___500__300__180
500_Series____250__150___90
250_Series____125___75___45

All lower rounds calculated as 60% of next higher round.
If player got a bye to the next round and lost, he gets the number of points, corresponding to the first round.

Best total Ranking in non-Slam tournaments (weight 2.0 in overall weighted ranking):
Djokovic,_Novak________3924
Federer,_Roger_________3329
Ferrer,_David__________2348
Murray,_Andy___________2010
del_Potro,_Juan_Martin_1818
Nadal,_Rafael__________1747
Berdych,_Tomas_________1742
Tsonga,_Jo-Wilfried____1397
Tipsarevic,_Janko______1391
Almagro,_Nicolas_______1270
Isner,_John____________1243
Monaco,_Juan___________1203
Raonic,_Milos__________1184
Simon,_Gilles__________1178
Gasquet,_Richard_______1075
Dolgopolov,_Alexander___957
Cilic,_Marin____________934
Seppi,_Andreas__________925
Nishikori,_Kei__________867
Wawrinka,_Stanislas_____854


Comparing to last year obviously Nadal went from #3 to #6 (still impressive, provided he played virtually half-season). Ferrer is ahead of Murray, while in 2011 it was the other way around.
Therefore Djokovic, Federer and Murray kept their places as #1,2 and 4 respectively.
Fish, Soderling, Florian Mayer, Monfils, Troicki left top 20. Instead Raonic, Monaco, Seppi, Nishikori and Wawrinka entered top 20.
Isner moved from #17 to #11. DelPo moved from #12 to #5.

Best total Ranking in Slams (weight - 4.0):
Djokovic,_Novak________2560
Murray,_Andy___________2176
Federer,_Roger_________1936
Nadal,_Rafael__________1647
Ferrer,_David__________1152
del_Potro,_Juan_Martin__778
Tsonga,_Jo-Wilfried_____753
Berdych,_Tomas__________710
Almagro,_Nicolas________554
Kohlschreiber,_Philipp__523
Gasquet,_Richard________520
Tipsarevic,_Janko_______502
Cilic,_Marin____________424
Nishikori,_Kei__________372
Wawrinka,_Stanislas_____342
Raonic,_Milos___________333
Benneteau,_Julien_______312
Fish,_Mardy_____________307
Youzhny,_Mikhail________302
Mayer,_Florian__________267


Nadal moved from #2 to #4, Murray and Federer both bumped one seat up.
Soderling, Dolgopolov, Roddick, Monfils, Simon, Feli Lopez, Chela, Tomic and Isner left top 20. Instead del_Potro, Almagro, Kohlschreiber, Cilic, Nishikori, Raonic, Benneteau, Youzhny and Mayer entered top 20.
Del Potro (moved from #23 to #5) and Almagro (moved from #35 to #9) are the biggest movers.

Rated_ranking_(weight - 2.5):
Djokovic,_Novak________381,4118
Federer,_Roger_________309,7059
Nadal,_Rafael__________308,5455
Murray,_Andy___________220,3158
Ferrer,_David__________152,1739
del_Potro,_Juan_Martin_129,8000
Berdych,_Tomas_________106,6087
Janowicz,_Jerzy________102,2500
Tsonga,_Jo-Wilfried_____89,5833
Almagro,_Nicolas________72,9600
Tipsarevic,_Janko_______72,8077
Gasquet,_Richard________69,3478
Isner,_John_____________69,0476
Cilic,_Marin____________67,9000
Fish,_Mardy_____________66,5000
Raonic,_Milos___________65,9565
Nishikori,_Kei__________65,2105
Monaco,_Juan____________64,5000
Wawrinka,_Stanislas_____62,9474
Simon, Gilles___________57,1200


Top 5 are in the same order as last year. Janovicz is here mainly on the strength of Paris tournament.
Also entered the top 20 are: Raonic, Nishikori and Monaco.
Soderling, Monfils, Roddick and F.Mayer are out of top 20.

Win-loss percentage in non-Slam tournaments (weight - 1.5):
Nadal,_Rafael__________87.50
Federer,_Roger_________85.25
Djokovic,_Novak________85.00
Ferrer,_David__________84.06
del_Potro,_Juan_Martin_79.37
Janowicz,_Jerzy________77.78
Murray,_Andy___________72.34
Berdych,_Tomas_________71.88
Isner,_John____________70.18
Haas,_Tommy____________70.00
Monaco,_Juan___________70.00
Raonic,_Milos__________69.81
Almagro,_Nicolas_______69.70
Berankis,_Ricardas_____66.67
Tsonga,_Jo-Wilfried____66.67
Nishikori,_Kei_________65.91
Roddick,_Andy__________65.38
Monfils,_Gael__________65.38
Cilic,_Marin___________65.22
Simon,_Gilles__________63.79


Nadal moved from #4 to #1, but this is a bit shallow, because he played 11 tournaments against 18 last year and suffered in all cumulative categories.
Soderling, Tipsarevic, Nalbandian, Ferrero, Robredo and Mayer left top 20.
Janowicz, Haas, Monaco, Raonic, Berankis and Simon entered.
Half of the “new” entrants are returning after lengthy breaks associated with injuries (Haas, Monaco, Simon)

Matches won in non-Slams events (weight – 0.7):
Ferrer,_David__________58
Federer,_Roger_________52
Djokovic,_Novak________51
del_Potro,_Juan_Martin_50
Almagro,_Nicolas_______46
Berdych,_Tomas_________46
Tsonga,_Jo-Wilfried____42
Tipsarevic,_Janko______42
Isner,_John____________40
Raonic,_Milos__________37
Simon,_Gilles__________37
Seppi,_Andreas_________35
Monaco,_Juan___________35
Murray,_Andy___________34
Querrey,_Sam___________32
Cilic,_Marin___________30
Gasquet,_Richard_______30
Nishikori,_Kei_________29
Kohlschreiber,_Philipp_29
Dolgopolov,_Alexander__29


Ferrer moved from #3 to #1, Federer moved from #6 to #2.
Nadal, Mayer, K. Anderson, Fish, Troicki, F. Lopez, Stepanek and Monfils moved out of top 20;
Isner, Raonic, Seppi, Monaco, Querrey, Gasquet, Kohlschreiber moved in.

Win-loss percentage in Slams (weight - 2.5):
Djokovic,_Novak________88.89
Murray,_Andy___________88.00
Nadal,_Rafael__________87.50
Federer,_Roger_________86.36
Ferrer,_David__________81.82
del_Potro,_Juan_Martin_78.95
Fish,_Mardy____________77.78
Tsonga,_Jo-Wilfried____76.47
Gasquet,_Richard_______75.00
Almagro,_Nicolas_______75.00
Berdych,_Tomas_________75.00
Cilic,_Marin___________75.00
Kohlschreiber,_Philipp_73.33
Tipsarevic,_Janko______73.33
Nishikori,_Kei_________72.73
Gil,_Frederico_________66.67
Wawrinka,_Stanislas____66.67
Monfils,_Gael__________66.67
Benneteau,_Julien______66.67
Raonic,_Milos__________66.67


Top 5 are the same as last year, only Murray switched with Nadal
Ferrero, Roddick, Soderling, Fognini, Dolgopolov, Simon, Ljubicic moved out of top 20;
Almagro, Cilic, Kohlschreiber, Tipsarevic, Nishikori, Gil, Benneteau, Raonic entered.
Del Potro moved from #20 to #6.

Matches won in Slams (weight – 1.4):
Djokovic,_Novak________24
Murray,_Andy___________22
Federer,_Roger_________19
Ferrer,_David__________18
del_Potro,_Juan_Martin_15
Nadal,_Rafael__________14
Tsonga,_Jo-Wilfried____13
Almagro,_Nicolas_______12
Berdych,_Tomas_________12
Gasquet,_Richard_______12
Kohlschreiber,_Philipp_11
Tipsarevic,_Janko______11
Cilic,_Marin____________9
Wawrinka,_Stanislas_____8
Raonic,_Milos___________8
Benneteau,_Julien_______8
Nishikori,_Kei__________8
Fish,_Mardy_____________7


Dolgopolov, Monfils, Simon, Roddick, Soderling, Verdasco and Ljubicic moved from top 18.
Almagro, Kohlschreiber, Tipsarevic, Cilic, Raonic, Benneteau, Nishikori entered top 18.
Del Potro moved from #20 to #5.

Tournaments won (weight – 2.0):
Ferrer,_David__________7
Djokovic,_Novak________6
Federer,_Roger_________6
del_Potro,_Juan_Martin_4
Nadal,_Rafael__________4
Monaco,_Juan___________4
Berdych,_Tomas_________3
Murray,_Andy___________3
Roddick,_Andy__________2
Seppi,_Andreas_________2
Cilic,_Marin___________2
Isner,_John____________2
Tsonga,_Jo-Wilfried____2
Almagro,_Nicolas_______2
Raonic,_Milos__________2


Soderling, Granollers, Simon, Tipsarevic left the list of winners of multiple tournaments. Monaco, Berdych, Roddick (last hurrah), Seppi, Cilic, Raonic entered the list.

% of tournaments won out of all entered (weight – 2.0):
Nadal,_Rafael__________36.36
Djokovic,_Novak________35.29
Federer,_Roger_________35.29
Ferrer,_David__________30.43
del_Potro,_Juan_Martin_20.00
Monaco,_Juan___________18.18
Murray,_Andy___________15.79
Roddick,_Andy__________13.33
Berdych,_Tomas_________13.04
Cilic,_Marin___________10.00
Isner,_John_____________9.52
Raonic,_Milos___________8.70
Tsonga,_Jo-Wilfried_____8.33
Almagro,_Nicolas________8.00
Seppi,_Andreas__________7.41
Klizan,_Martin__________6.67
Haas,_Tommy_____________5.56
Nishikori,_Kei__________5.26
Stepanek,_Radek_________4.76


Djokovic returned back to earth after his previous season. Nadal took over first spot, but mostly due to skipping second half of the year, when he usually less successful.
Ferrer moved from #6 to #3, Del Potro from #8 to #5. But the biggest mover here is Juan Monaco, who won 4 tournaments this year and occupies #6 on this list, while last year he was absent due to injuries.

Longest winning streaks (weight – 0.8):
Federer,_Roger_________16
Nadal,_Rafael__________13
del_Potro,_Juan_Martin_11
Ferrer,_David__________11
Djokovic,_Novak________10
Almagro,_Nicolas_______10
Murray,_Andy___________10
Raonic,_Milos___________9
Berdych,_Tomas__________8
Cilic,_Marin____________8
Tsonga,_Jo-Wilfried_____7
Querrey,_Sam____________7
Roddick,_Andy___________7
Melzer,_Jurgen__________7
Tipsarevic,_Janko_______7
Isner,_John_____________7


Winning streaks this year are nothing to write home about comparing with last year.
Curiously last year Fed had a streak longer than this year but it was good only for 2nd place.

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Updated 11-22-2012 at 05:26 AM by mick1303

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  1. mick1303's Avatar
    Overall weighted ranking:
    Djokovic,_Novak________18.14820
    Federer,_Roger_________16.38090
    Nadal,_Rafael__________13.92370
    Ferrer,_David__________13.25775
    Murray,_Andy___________13.05289
    del_Potro,_Juan_Martin_10.41182
    Berdych,_Tomas__________8.85219
    Tsonga,_Jo-Wilfried_____8.00253
    Almagro,_Nicolas________7.65820
    Monaco,_Juan____________6.93591
    Cilic,_Marin____________6.81869
    Tipsarevic,_Janko_______6.72427
    Raonic,_Milos___________6.65951
    Gasquet,_Richard________6.42770
    Isner,_John_____________6.04074
    Nishikori,_Kei__________5.91591
    Kohlschreiber,_Philipp__5.90625
    Roddick,_Andy___________5.61403
    Simon,_Gilles___________5.39126
    Wawrinka,_Stanislas_____4.94330

    The biggest story is that Djokovic kept #1. Only 4 players went out of top 20 so there was definitely no era watershed between 2011 and 2012.
    Soderling, Fish, Monfils and Dolgopolov left top 20.
    Monaco, Raonic, Nishikori and Kohlschreiber entered. But only Raonic is a real new name here. Rest is returning from injuries. Lest see what the next year brings. Maybe it’ll be the year of Janowicz