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Thread: Tennis stats

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    Tennis stats

    With Wimbledon just about to commence, below are some handy tennis stats, courtesy of Pinnacle Sports:

    Grass courts are the quickest surface on the professional tennis circuit, with both the ATP and WTA Tours having higher service hold percentages and aces per game. The table below is based on the last 12 months. ATP players enjoyed 4.7% more service holds on grass than across all surfaces, while WTA players had a 5.1% boost.

    Surface ATP WTA
    Service Hold % Aces per Game Service Hold % Aces per Game
    Grass 84.6 0.68 69.7 0.31
    Indoor Hard 80.7 0.59 62.8 0.26
    Hard 80.1 0.56 64.2 0.26
    Clay 76.9 0.37 63.1 0.22
    Overall 79.9 0.53 64.6 0.26

    Because it is easier to hold serve on grass, set scores tend to be closer. For men's tennis, the result is fewer 3-0 set score lines than average, with 3-1 more prominent than usual:

    Australian French Wimbledon
    Correct Scores 2011 2012 2013 2014 Overall 2011 2012 2013 2014 2014 2011 2012 2013 2014 Overall
    3-0 57.0 50.8 50.8 51.7 52.6 54.0 49.6 55.8 61.5 55.2 54.1 43.4 61.7 47.6 51.5
    3-1 25.6 26.3 24.6 30.2 26.6 33.1 28.9 24.2 24.6 27.7 31.1 34.4 24.3 34.1 31.1
    3-2 17.4 22.9 24.6 18.1 20.8 12.9 21.5 20.0 13.9 17.0 14.8 22.1 13.9 18.3 17.3
    US Overall
    Correct Scores 2011 2012 2013 2014 Overall 2011 2012 2013 2014 Combined
    3-0 55.2 43.9 45.9 54.8 49.8 55.1 46.9 53.2 53.9 52.3
    3-1 28.4 35.0 33.6 28.7 31.5 29.6 31.2 26.6 25.3 28.2
    3-2 16.4 21.1 20.5 16.5 18.7 15.3 21.9 20.2 20.9 19.6
    For those who enjoy correct set score wagering, the higher serve hold percentages results in higher than average tie break occurrences at Wimbledon. In recent years Wimbledon has seen 0.77 tie breaks per ATP match, which is 0.19 higher than the Australian Open and 0.20 higher than the US Open.


    If you're looking for a good tennis resource website, a good source of head-to-head data is:
    https://matchstat.com/tennis/all-upcoming-matches

    If you're looking for premium spreadsheet data and insights then a good resource is:
    http://www.tennisratings.co.uk/
    Last edited by admin; 29th June 2015 at 05:38 PM.

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    Tennis matches and stat:
    https://todaysoccermatches.blogspot.com/p/04.html

    Look for under/over gems per set (GPS).
    Click on the match row for detail.

 

 

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