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Pistolesi-mgm.no Second Serve.

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DID YOU EVER SEE STATISTICS LIKE THAT?


http://www.jandscup.pl/eng/stat.php?id_mecz=131

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Sounds like an boring match

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I won't trust the stats from Warsaw at all...

Look at these statistcs:

http://www.jandscup.pl/eng/stat.php?id_mecz=135

Douchevina d. Peschke 75 63

However, the stats say that Peschke won 10/28 break points, more than Douchevina's 6/18. How do you lose a match even though you've won more breaks of serve than your opponent?

In any case, winning 10 break points means that the player would have won 10 games, regardless of whether she holds her own serve. However, Peschke only won 8 games in the match.

I'd say they have really poor statisticians at the tournament!
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Sounds like an boring match
A boring match ? yes i agree
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obviously big errors in match statistics here


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I won't trust the stats from Warsaw at all...

Look at these statistcs:

http://www.jandscup.pl/eng/stat.php?id_mecz=135

Douchevina d. Peschke 75 63

However, the stats say that Peschke won 10/28 break points, more than Douchevina's 6/18. How do you lose a match even though you've won more breaks of serve than your opponent?

In any case, winning 10 break points means that the player would have won 10 games, regardless of whether she holds her own serve. However, Peschke only won 8 games in the match.

I'd say they have really poor statisticians at the tournament!
You have to take this break statistics the other way round....

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Even with the break statistics the other way around, it's still not correct.

If Peschke won 6 breaks and Douchevina won 10 breaks, then there should have been an overall 4 breaks in Douchevina's favour.

However, the scoreline is 7-5 (one overall break) 6-3 (one or two overall breaks), so the maximum number of overall breaks is 3. So the stats are still wrong regardless.
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