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TatiNovic
Apr 6th, 2012, 12:51 AM
2012 FWTT Tour by the Numbers
As of August 6, 2012 (Olympics/Washington)

Singles winners by seed
No.1 (2) --- Taliamanosoko (Memphis, Kuala Lumpur)
No.2 (3) --- Johnson (Acapulco), Soren (Monterrey), Ch.Chan (Bad Gastein)
No.3 (1) --- Soren (Pattaya City)
No.4 (2) --- Hingisafrilia (Wimbledon), Anderson (Washington)
No.5 (2) --- Ch.Chan (Charleston), Jarocka-Pottinger (Fes)
No.6 (2) --- Graf (Eastbourne), Kane (Bastad)
No.7 (1) --- Perez (Barcelona)
No.8 (2) --- Ch.Chan (Sydney), Cornetsson (Copenhagen)
Unseeded (21) --- Hingisafrilia (Australian Open), Henriksson (Doha, Paris[Indoors]), Kartincova (Bogota)
------------------- Wong (Dubai), Wojnarowska (Indian Wells, Brussels), Patersson (Miami)
------------------- Afanasyeva (Stuttgart), Im (Budapest, Rome), Huubere (Estoril, Madrid)
------------------- Anderson (Strasbourg), Pryde-Degman (Roland Garros), Mbangu-Zeric (Birmingham)
------------------- Day (s'Hertogenbosch), Mathieu (Palermo), Ma (Stanford), Soren (Carlsbad)
------------------- Zianzhi(Olympics)
Qualifier (3) --- Szczotka-Strozna (Auckland), Mori-Tu (Hobart), Aries (Baku)
Wildcard (1) --- Aries (Brisbane)


Winners/Runner-ups by seed
No.1 - (2-5) ----- No.6 - (2-2) ----- Nos.11-16 - (0-0) ----- Junior Exempt - (0-1)
No.2 - (3-4) ----- No.7 - (1-0) ----- Unseeded - (21-21)
No.3 - (1-1) ----- No.8 - (2-1) ----- Qualifier - (3-1)
No.4 - (2-2) ----- No.9 - (0-0) ----- Wildcard - (1-0)
No.5 - (2-2) ----- No.10 - (0-0) ---- Lucky Loser - (0-0)

Winners/Runner-ups by country
AUS - (7-4) --- BOT - (3-2) --- CAN - (4-1) --- CHN - (1-0) --- CUB - (0-1) --- CZE - (1-4) --- ESP - (1-5)
FRA - (2-0) --- GER - (1-1) --- GRE - (0-1) --- HKG - (5-2) --- ITA - (0-2) --- KEN - (1-0) --- KOR - (2-4)
MAD - (0-1) --- MAS - (0-1) --- NED - (0-1) --- POL - (3-2) --- ROU - (0-1) --- SIN - (1-0) --- SWE - (5-2)
SUI - (0-1) --- THA - (0-1) --- TPE - (1-0) --- UKR - (0-1) --- USA - (2-2)

No seeds in singles final - 17 times ('11 - 13 times)
Brisbane: (WC)Aries d. Vladmirescu
Hobart: (Q)Mori-Tu d. Wickmayer
Australian Open: Hingisafrilia d. Bartoli
Paris[Indoors]: Henriksson d. Perez
Doha: Henriksson d. Anastadis
Dubai: Wong d. di Francesca-Beck
Miami: Patersson d. Im
Madrid: Huubere d. Pirilenko
Rome: Im d. Huubere
Brussels: Wojnarowska d. Im
Strasbourg: Anderson d. Noventz
Roland Garros: Pryde-Degman d. Kartincova
Birmingham: Mbangu-Zeric d. Soren
Stanford: Ma d. Wojnarowska
Carlsbad: Soren d. Mensarb
Baku: (Q)Aries d. (Q)Perez
Olympics: Zianzhi d. Graf

No.1 vs No.2 seeds in singles final - 3 times ('11 - 0 times)
Memphis: (1)Taliamonosoko d. (2)Casanova
Monterrey: (2)Soren d. (1)G.Benedetti
Bad Gastein: (2)Ch.Chan d. (1)Taliamanosoko

First time singles titles - 8 winners ('11 - 7 winners)
Aries (Brisbane)
Szczotka-Strozna (Auckland)
Perez (Barcelona)
Im (Budapest)
Anderson (Strasbourg)
Day (s'Hertogenbosch)
Mathieu (Palermo)
Wickmayer (Stanford)

Lowest-ranked player to win a singles title
Szczotka-Strozna (Auckland) - Unranked

Singles and doubles titles at same event - 4 times ('11 - 10 times)
Taliamanosoko (Memphis)
Soren (Monterrey)
Jarocka-Pottinger (Fes)
Afanasyeva (Stuttgart)

Youngest singles winner
Ch.Chan (Sydney) - 17 years, 2 months, 30 days

Oldest singles winner
Graf (Eastbourne) - 37 years, 0 months, 10 days

Fewest games lost in winning singles title
25 - Taliamanosoko (Memphis)

Most singles titles this season
3 - Soren (Pattaya City, Monterrey, Carlsbad)
3 - Ch.Chan (Sydney, Charleston, Bad Gastein)

Most doubles titles this season
6 - Casanova/Taliamanosoko (Doha, Memphis, Copenhagen, Estoril, Rome, Roland Garros)

Consecutive singles titles (in player's schedule)
2 - Henriksson (Paris[Indoors], Doha)
2 - Taliamanosoko (Memphis, Kuala Lumpur)
2 - Huubere (Estoril, Madrid)

Longest singles match win streak
15 - Huubere (W Estoril, W Madrid, F Rome)

VSFan1 aka Joshua L.
Apr 6th, 2012, 02:49 AM
:eek:

How exciting - thank you for doing this!

By the way, Ruflina was born on April 2, 1979, so she was just 32 when she won Kuala Lumpur ;)

Buitenzorg
Apr 6th, 2012, 03:58 AM
:eek:

How exciting - thank you for doing this!

By the way, Ruflina was born on April 2, 1979, so she was just 32 when she won Kuala Lumpur ;)

Fleri is the oldest winner when she won the AO (34 years 8 month 26 days)

Kəv.
Apr 6th, 2012, 05:00 AM
Should have longest losing streak, Alijah will be on that list.

TatiNovic
Apr 6th, 2012, 05:49 AM
Fleri is the oldest winner when she won the AO (34 years 8 month 26 days)

Opps, fixed now

Kəv.
Apr 6th, 2012, 06:06 AM
Alijah had a streak of 4 (losing)

VSFan1 aka Joshua L.
Apr 6th, 2012, 12:32 PM
Thank you for your great work - I love FWTT Stats! :bounce:

Miracle Worker
Apr 6th, 2012, 12:39 PM
Poland is in good shape this year :bounce:

Chilenaitor
Apr 6th, 2012, 02:01 PM
thanks for statics!

TatiNovic
Jun 7th, 2012, 06:27 AM
UPDATED after Brussels/Strasbourg

TatiNovic
Aug 10th, 2012, 05:30 AM
UPDATED after Olympics/Washington

LightsOut!
Aug 10th, 2012, 09:32 AM
Thanks :)

HawkAussie
Jan 21st, 2013, 02:54 AM
Is this ever going to be updated.