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laj
Mar 30th, 2002, 11:06 PM
The following are the Stats from the Nasdaq100:

Players...................................Winners. ...UFE's.

Justine Henin(1 match)..............49........103
Tulyaganova(3 matches)............82.......102.
Stevenson (3 matches)...............64........68.
Dementieva (4 matches).............95.......133.
Hantuchova (1 match).................37........50.
Clijsters (4 matches)...................67.......128.
Seles (5 matches).....................149.......154.
Serena (6 matches)..................170........153.
Capriati (6 matches).................129.......192.
Venus (5 matches)...................115.......138.

Note: Serena is the only player with more winners than unforced errors. Capriati is the Queen of UFE's for this tournament.

Double Fault leaders for the Nasdaq100:

Capriati........................32 DF
Venus...........................23
Dementieva..................22
Seles............................19
Stevenson....................13
Serena..........................10
Henin............................09
Tulyaganova.................07.


Ace count for the Nasdaq100(10 aces and above):

Serena.........................24 Aces
Venus..........................21
Seles...........................19
Stevenson...................18
Capriati........................16
Tulyaganova................15.

So the WTA ACE Queen Serena still reigns on the ACE throne.

Winner's Stats:

Serena played 6 opponents who combined for hitting only 38 winners(including service winners) against her, while she hits 170 winners against them. Amazing!

laj.

Pureracket
Mar 30th, 2002, 11:10 PM
What a nice tournament for Serena!!!!!

Ntosake
Mar 30th, 2002, 11:22 PM
Amazing indeed!

Thanks for posting stats, laj:wavey:

After looking at all of this is it easy to see that Serena had a heck of a run this tournament, and is a true champion who is coming into her own.

Except for the UFEs, she was ON all week, and the stats summary confirms it.

:D Go Serena!:D

veryborednow
Mar 30th, 2002, 11:31 PM
thanks for the stats

but, Jen was on the court for 3 more hours than Serena ... so much more than the other players...

maybe an average system would be more accurate :)