another good example it think...
Jennfier d. Seles 2002 Nasdaq
WINNERS (INCLUDING SERVICE) 29 38
UNFORCED ERRORS 24 50
TOTAL POINTS WON 118 108
Clearly the match was in seles' hands. Jennifer on her own only won 68pts, and Seles on her own won 84 ponts, and out of those 84 she hit 38 winners. I think when you do this, it really tells you who was controlling the match, but when you have errors, you may be the one "that can control the match" but at the same time, the errors will make you loose, in this case, Monica lost. Intersting as well, I was thinking that jennifer would clearly have more winners in this match, she movement wise i used to say she is right up there w/ the sisters, but clearly that is not the case, b/c monica's matches against the sisters she is lucky to hit 20 winners. 2002 Us Open against Venus, seles only hit 6 winners venus hit 23, is that like a record low for her? But that showed me that monica clearly has a tougher time against a williams then cappy. But i really thought cappy would have higher numbers in both departments against seles.
Just to finish up on the Seles vs. Venus, seles had 18 errors and venus had 14, venus won 64 pts, seles won 39 pts. Subtrack Seles errors from venus' total points you have venus winning 46 pts, and of those she hit 23 winners, and we have another case of venus being able to in a match when she wins her points it's either a winner or forced error! Seles on the otherhand in this match, she was had more forced errors against venus than winners. thus venus' speed.
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Last edited by SerenaSlam; Mar 2nd, 2003 at 06:09 AM.