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    SP Stats

    With the conclusion of Wimbledon I have completed three years of SP stats so I'm going to be sharing the normal stats and some notes that rise from these three years.

    Wimbledon 2012
    Contestants
    ATP: 410
    WTA: 380
    Combined: 790

    This was a record setting Wimbledon in all three categories.

    Overall Record
    ATP: 419 USO '09
    WTA: 380 Wimby '12
    Combined: 796 USO '09

    Average Contestants at the Wimbledon Suicide Pools
    ATP: 390
    WTA: 363
    Combined: 753

    Average Contestants at all Suicide Pools
    ATP: 367
    WTA: 339.08
    Combined: 706.08


    Comparisons
    ATP: an increase of 6.77% from last year
    WTA: an increase of 5.56% from last year
    Combined:an increase of 6.18% from last year

    Compared to the last SP (RG)
    ATP: 31.41% increase
    WTA: 30.58% increase
    Combined: 31.01% increase

    These look so big since RG is our least attended pool and this Wimbledon was simply huge.
    Meet again we do, old foe...

  2. #2

    Re: SP Stats

    Quote Originally Posted by Drop-shot View Post
    Compared to the last SP (RG)
    ATP: 31.41% increase
    WTA: 30.58% decrease
    Combined: 31.01% increase
    You mean increase for the WTA too, right?
    Go Pack Go!

  3. #3

    Re: SP Stats

    Player's Stats

    ATP
    Most Picked Player: Youzhny 164
    All-time Most Picked: Tsonga 579

    Most different times picked: Federer, Ferrer, Kohlschreiber, Tsonga, Gasquet, Murray (4)
    All-time: Tsonga (43)

    Largest Bandwagon: 137 Kohlschreiber R-2
    He sets the Wimbledon record for largest bandwagon.
    Record: 190 Hewitt R-1 USO '09

    Biggest KO: 100 Gasquet R-4
    He also sets a record as biggest KO at Wimbledon. Well done Rishard
    Biggest KO ever: Nalbandian 108 R-1 RG '12
    Deadliest all-time: Wawrinka with 158 kills
    Serial Killer: Wawrinka, Tsonga, Murray and Roddick have killed in 9 occasions.

    Most saves: 164 by Youzhny
    All-time: 527 by Kohlschreiber (he takes this honor away from Hewitt who had held it since I began keeping records)
    Biggest one time save: 137 Kohlschreiber R-2
    Record biggest one time save: 190 Hewitt R-1 USO '09

    Best Win %: A. Beck, Muller (4/4)
    Worst Win %: Gulbis (7/7)

    All-time Top 3
    Picks: Wawrinka (579), Verdasco (563), Youzhny (559)
    Saves: Kohlschreiber (527), Verdasco (494), Hewitt (438)
    Kills: Wawrinka (158), Youzhny and Monfils (133)

    Bandwagons that lived:
    190 Hewitt R-1 USO '09
    137 Kohlschreiber R-2 Wimby '12
    123 Ferrero R-1 RG '12

    Bandwagons that crashed:
    108 Nalbandian R-1 RG '12
    100 Gasquet R-4 Wimby '12
    90 Andreev R-2 USO '09
    Meet again we do, old foe...

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    Re: SP Stats

    Quote Originally Posted by Togtdyalttai View Post
    You mean increase for the WTA too, right?
    Yup. Corrected.
    Meet again we do, old foe...

  5. #5

    Re: SP Stats

    Player's Stats

    WTA
    Most Picked Player: Mc Hale 113
    All-time Most Picked: Petrova 592

    Most different times picked: Kerber, A. Radwanska (5)
    All-time: Zvonareva 37

    Largest Bandwagon: 97 Mc Hale R-1
    She also sets the record at Wimbledon.
    Record: 103 Dulko R-1 RG'11

    Biggest KO: 57 Petrova R-3
    She sets the record at Wimbledon as well.
    Biggest KO ever: 93 Rezai R-2 AO'10
    Deadliest all-time: Rezai 170
    Serial Killer: Kuznetsova has killed 9 times

    Most saves: Mc Hale 113
    All-time: Petrova 454
    Biggest one time save: 97 Mc Hale R-1
    Record biggest one time save: 103 Dulko R-1 RG'11

    Best Win %: Czink (5/5)
    Worst Win %: Razzano (4/4)

    All-time Top 3
    Picks: Petrova (529), Hantuchova (494), Kirilenko (462)
    Saves: Petrova (454), Kirilenko (439), Hantuchova (350)
    Kills: Rezai (170), Petrova (138), Mattek-Sands (137)

    Bandwagons that lived:
    103 Dulko R-1 RG'11
    97 McHale R-1 Wimby '12
    77 Bartoli R-1 USO '09

    Bandwagons that crashed:
    93 Rezai R-2 AO'10
    76 Wozniak R-1 USO '10
    57 Petrova R-3 Wimby '12
    Meet again we do, old foe...

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    Re: SP Stats

    Career Slams
    (in bold means that they've been picked for the 12 GS on record)

    Picked:
    A. Beck
    Almagro
    Anderson
    Baghdatis
    Becker
    Bellucci
    Benneteau
    Berdych
    Bogomolov
    Chardy
    Chela
    Cilic
    Clement
    Davydenko
    Del Potro
    Djokovic
    Dodig
    Dolgopolov
    Falla
    Federer
    Ferrer
    Ferrero
    Fish
    Fognini
    Garcia-Lopez
    Gasquet
    F. Gonzalez
    Granollers
    Gulbis
    Haas
    Hanescu
    Hewitt
    Isner
    Istomin
    Karlovic
    Kohlschreiber
    Ljubicic
    Llodra
    Lopez
    Mahut
    Malisse
    Mannarino
    Mayer (Florian)
    Melzer
    Monaco
    Monfils
    Montañes
    Murray
    Nadal
    Nalbandian
    Nishikori
    Petzschner
    Querrey
    O. Rochus
    Raonic
    Robredo
    Seppi
    Simon
    Soderling
    Stakhovsky
    Starace
    Stepanek
    Sweeting
    Tisparevic
    Tomic
    Troicki
    Tsonga
    Verdasco
    Wawrinka
    Youzhny


    And for the ladies:
    A-Bond
    A-Rad
    Azarenka
    Bacsinszky
    Baltacha
    Bammer
    Bartoli
    Benesova
    Cetkovska
    Chakvetadze
    Cibulkova
    Cirstea
    Cornet
    Craybas
    Czink
    Date Krumm
    Dellacqua
    Dulgheru
    Dulko
    Dushevina
    Errani
    Gajdosova
    Goerges
    Halep
    Hantuchova
    Hercog
    Ivanovic
    Jankovic
    K-Bond
    Kanepi
    Kerber
    King
    Kirilenko
    Kleybanova
    Kudryavtseva
    Kuznetsova
    Kvitova
    Lisicki
    Marino
    Martinez Sanchez
    Mattek Sands
    McHale
    Medina Garrigues
    Mirza
    Na Li
    Niculescu
    Oprandi
    Oudin
    Pavlyuchenkova
    Peer
    Peng
    Pennetta
    Petkovic
    Petrova
    Pironkova
    Razzano
    Rezai
    Safarova
    Schiavone
    Schnyder
    Sharapova
    Shvedova
    Stosur
    Serena
    Szavay
    Vesnina
    Vinci
    Venus
    U. Radwanska
    Wickmayer
    Wozniacki
    Wozniak
    Zahlavova Strycova B.
    Zakopalova
    Zheng
    Zvonareva

    Career Slam Winners:
    A. Beck
    Almagro
    Anderson
    Bellucci
    Benneteau
    Berdych
    Chela
    Cilic
    Davydenko
    Del Potro
    Djokovic
    Dolgolpolov
    Federer
    Ferrer
    Fish
    Garcia Lopez
    Gasquet
    Gonzalez F.
    Granollers
    Hanescu
    Hewitt
    Isner
    Istomin
    Kohlschreiber
    Ljubicic
    Mayer F.
    Melzer
    Monaco
    Monfils
    Montañes
    Murray
    Nadal
    Nishikori
    Petzschner
    Rochus O.
    Roddick
    Simon
    Soderling
    Stakhovsky
    Tipsarevic
    Tomic
    Troicki
    Tsonga
    Verdasco
    Wawrinka
    Youzhny


    Zvonareva
    Zheng
    Wozniak
    Wozniacki
    Wickmayer
    Venus
    Vinci
    Serena
    Stosur
    Sharapova
    Schiavone
    Safarova
    Rezai
    Pironkova
    Petrova
    Petkovic
    Pennetta
    Peng
    Pavlyuchenkova
    Na Li
    Medina Garrigues
    Mc Hale
    Martinez Sanchez
    Lisicki
    Kvitova
    Kuznetsova
    Kleybanova
    Kirilenko
    Kerber
    Kanepi
    K. Bondarenko
    Jankovic
    Ivanovic
    Hantuchova
    Goerges
    Errani
    Czink
    Cornet
    Cirstea
    Cibulkova
    Cetkovska
    Bartoli
    Baltacha
    Azarenka
    A-Rad
    A-Bond

    Career Slam Killers:
    Baghdatis
    Berdych
    Davydenko
    Del Potro
    Djokovic
    Dodig
    Federer
    Ferrero
    Fish
    Gulbis
    Isner
    Karlovic
    Lopez
    Malisse
    Mayer, Florian
    Melzer
    Monaco
    Monfils
    Montañes
    Murray
    Raonic
    Robredo
    Roddick
    Simon
    Starace
    Stepanek
    Troicki
    Tsonga
    Wawrinka
    Youzhny


    A-Rad
    Bartoli
    Cibulkova
    Date Krumm
    Gajdosova
    Hantuchova
    Hercog
    Ivanovic
    Jankovic
    K-Bond
    Kanepi
    Kirilenko
    Kuznetsova
    Kvitova
    Lisicki
    Mc Hale
    Medina Garrigues
    Na Li
    Niculescu
    Pavlyuchenkova
    Peer
    Pennetta
    Petkovic
    Petrova
    Pironkova
    Razzano
    Rezai
    Safarova
    Schiavone
    Schnyder
    Sharapova
    Wickmayer
    Wozniacki
    Zheng
    Zvonareva
    Meet again we do, old foe...

  7. #7

    Re: SP Stats

    Wimbledon '12

    ATP winners: 14 (3.41%)
    WTA winners: 10 (2.63%)
    All winners: 24

    Average at Wimbledon:
    ATP: 10
    WTA: 4.67
    All: 14.67

    Average at all Slams:
    ATP: 4.83
    WTA: 3.42
    All: 8.25

    There've been 30 Wimbledon winners on the men's side and 14 on the women's. This confirms that Wimbledon is the easiest Pool to win.
    The other Slams:
    AO: 11 on the men's (avg of 3.63), 5 for the women (avg 1.67)
    RG: 11 on the men's (avg 3.63) and 11 on the women's (avg 3.63)
    USO: 6 on the men's (avg 2) and 11 on the women's (avg 3.63)

    So if we look at the total winners in 3 years we have 44 at Wimbledon which doubles the next closest slam (RG: 22)
    The AO turns to be the hardest to win, specially on the women's side. While the hardest men's draw to beat is the USO.

    If we only look at gender throughout the 3 years we come up with:
    58 people winning on the men's side
    41 on the women's side

    Contestants
    We had 410 on the men's side.
    380 for the ladies.

    This also confirms that Wimbledon is the second most packed pool after the USO
    Total contestants:
    AO: 2145 (1115 played the men's pool; 1030 the women's)
    RG: 1808 (937 / 871)
    Wimby: 2259 (1170 / 1089)
    USO: 2261 (1182 / 1079)

    Note that more people have played the women's pool at Wimbledon than at the USO.

    Total by gender:
    Men's pool: 4404
    Women's pool: 4069


    Number of different players picked:
    ATP: 70
    WTA: 74

    Out of 12 pools, in 11 the WTA picks spreads out more than the ATP's. (the sole exception was the USO '10)
    There's an average of 68.92 different men being picked per pool and 72.5 women.


    There's still more data available; if anybody wants any particular parameter or player/s let me know here and I'll look it up.
    Meet again we do, old foe...

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    Re: SP Stats

    Thanks for the awesome stats, Drop-shot!

    I was wondering if you could provide more user-related stats too, like if anyone has gotten a calendar Grand Slam, a career Grand Slam, or maybe even the French-Wimbledon double in the suicide pools. Maybe it's just me, but with Djoker, Nadal, and Federer continually battling for the title of GOAT, it would be cool to extend that challenge to Taters. Maybe even start a "Hall" of sorts via updating thread/spreadsheet for SP winners. (in announcer voice) WHO IS THE GREATEST TATER OF ALL-TIME?!?

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    Re: SP Stats

    Quote Originally Posted by canasian719 View Post
    Thanks for the awesome stats, Drop-shot!

    I was wondering if you could provide more user-related stats too, like if anyone has gotten a calendar Grand Slam, a career Grand Slam, or maybe even the French-Wimbledon double in the suicide pools. Maybe it's just me, but with Djoker, Nadal, and Federer continually battling for the title of GOAT, it would be cool to extend that challenge to Taters. Maybe even start a "Hall" of sorts via updating thread/spreadsheet for SP winners. (in announcer voice) WHO IS THE GREATEST TATER OF ALL-TIME?!?
    Unfortunately I don't keep track of TAT user stats (that would be too big and time consuming). I know csgnyc has won quite a few SPs in a row. Maybe Herodotus as well.

    Maybe Moose has this info more at hand or Dry (if there exists a medal awarding log)...

    Anything else, let me know.
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    Re: SP Stats

    Well, at least I got taken out by both biggest killers at Wimby.

    Funny Petrova is on the most all time saves and kills!
    Thanks for the medal Johanna!

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