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Steven. Feb 10th, 2012 06:50 AM

Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
stole this idea from Sam's forum :oh:

CURRENT RANK: 2 (December 31, 2012)
HIGHEST RANK: 1 (August 22, 2005)

CAREER WIN-LOSS: 472-115 (80.41%)

Weeks in Maria's career spent at (as of December 31, 2012)
Top 1: 21
Top 2: 114
Top 3: 164
Top 5: 274
Top 10: 331
Top 20: 421



Current ranking breakdown
Code:

Everything highlighted RED will count towards Maria's Ranking.
Everything BOLDED means Maria is the defending champion.
Event in GREEN means Maria is participating in the event this week.
Everything under the Dotted Line (-------) are 2011 results.


RANKING BREAKDOWN: Total of 10045

Current tournament: n/a
Next tournament: Brisbane
Next off: Australian Open (1400)
One ranking above: world no. 1 Victoria Azarenka      10595 (+550)
One ranking below: world no. 3 Serena Williams        9400  (-645)

Slams, Premier Mandatory and YEC: Must play all, must count all
(S) Australian Open  1400 (RU)
(M) Indian Wells      700  (RU)
(M) Miami            700  (RU)
(M) Madrid            250  (QF)
(S) Roland Garros    2000 (CH)
(S) Wimbledon        280  (R4)
(S) US Open          900  (SF)
(M) Beijing          700  (RU)

(Y) Istanbul          1050 (RU)[/color]
-------------------------------


Premier 5: Must play 4, must count 2
(P5) Rome            900  (CH)
(P5) Canada          0    (DNP)
(P5) Cincinnati      0    (DNP)
(P5) Tokyo            225  (QF)

-------------------------------


London Olympic Games
(O) Olympic Games    470  (RU)
-------------------------------


Premier 700: Must play 2 commitment tournaments, must count them
(P) Charleston        0    (DNP) - commitment tournament
(P) Stuttgart        470  (CH)

-------------------------------


Premier 600 and International:
(P) Paris (Indoors)  120  (QF)
-------------------------------


13th best result: 225
14th best result: 0
15th best result: 0
16th best result: 0
17th best result: 120
18th best result: 0



2012 win-loss record
Overall 60-11 (84.51%)

vs. world no. 1-10 14-9
def. 1st Victoria Azarenka 61 64
def. 1st Victoria Azarenka 64 62
def. 2nd Petra Kvitova 62 36 64
def. 3rd Petra Kvitova 64 76
def. 4th Petra Kvitova 63 63
def. 4th Agnieszka Radwanska 57 75 75
def. 5th Samantha Stosur 67 76 75
def. 6th Angelique Kerber 60 60
def. 6th Caroline Wozniacki 46 62 64
def. 7th Sara Errani 63 62
def. 8th Li Na 63 60
def. 8th Li Na 64 60
def. 9th Li Na 46 64 76
def. 9th Samantha Stosur 60 63

l. to 1st Victoria Azarenka 26 36
l. to 1st Victoria Azarenka 63 26 46
l. to 1st Victoria Azarenka 36 16
l. to 3rd Victoria Azarenka 36 06
l. to 3rd Serena Williams 46 36
l. to 4th Agnieszka Radwanska 57 46
l. to 4th Serena Williams 06 16
l. to 9th Samantha Stosur 46 67
l. to 9th Serena Williams 16 36

vs. world no. 11-20 8-1
def. 11th Marion Bartoli 36 63 64
def. 11th Angelique Kerber 63 64
def. 15th Ana Ivanovic 76 63
def. 15th Maria Kirilenko 62 63
def. 15th Sabine Lisicki 36 62 63
def. 16th Ana Ivanovic 64 01 RET.
def. 17th Lucie Safarova 62 76
def. 20th Sabine Lisicki 67 64 63

l. to 15th Sabine Lisicki 46 36

vs. world no. 21-50 17-1
def. 22nd Nadia Petrova 61 46 64
def. 22nd Roberta Vinci 62 61
def. 23rd Kaia Kanepi 62 63
def. 23rd Maria Kirilenko 36 75 62
def. 24th Sara Errani 63 62
def. 29th Sorana Cirstea 62 62
def. 30th Angelique Kerber 61 62
def. 30th Shuai Peng 62 61
def. 36th Kim Clijsters 62 75
def. 36th Christina McHale 75 75
def. 38th Tsvetana Pironkova 76 67 60
def. 41st Ekaterina Makarova 64 76
def. 44th Chanelle Scheepers 63 61
def. 44th Klara Zakopalova 64 63
def. 44th Klara Zakopalova 64 67 62
def. 47th Simona Halep 75 75
def. 50th Simona Halep 63 64

l. to 27th Angelique Kerber 46 46

vs. world no. 51-100 16-0
def. 55th Irena-Camelia Begu 60 63
def. 55th Shahar Peer 46 63 63
def. 57th Shahar Peer 62 60
def. 63rd Su-Wei Hsieh 61 64
def. 63rd Venus Williams 64 63
def. 68th Gisela Dulko 60 61
def. 77th Silvia Soler-Espinosa 62 61
def. 78th Alexandra Cadantu 60 60
def. 78th Lourdes Dominguez Lino 60 61
def. 78th Heather Watson 67 63 64
def. 84th Ayumi Morita 61 61
def. 89th Melinda Czink 62 62
def. 90th Polona Hercog 60 62
def. 90th Sloane Stephens 64 62
def. 98th Laura Robson 76 63
def. 100th Alize Cornet 63 10 RET.



Summary of 2001-2011
Code:

2001
Year-end rank: UNR
Win-loss: 0-1 (0%)
Titles: n/a
Best slam result: n/a
Best result: ROUND ONE of $75K Sarasota

2002
Year-end rank: 186th
Win-loss: 28-5 (84.85%)
Titles: 3 ITF
Best slam result: n/a
Best result: CHAMPION of $25K Gunma Perfecture, $25K Vancouver, $25K Peachtree
Notes:
- Sharapova was on a 15 match win streak
- Streak ended when she entered her first ever WTA event (Tokyo Japan Open) where she lost in the opening round
- She had an ITF win streak of 19 matches

2003
Year-end rank: 32nd
Win-loss: 38-13 (74.51%); 0-3 vs. top 10
Titles: 2 WTA, 1 ITF
Best slam result: Wimbledon R4
Best result: CHAMPION of Tokyo-Japan Open, Quebec City, $25K Sea Island
Notes:
- Sharapova's first slam was at this year's AO. As a qualifier, she reached R1.
- She first broke into the top 100 after reaching the semi-final of Birmingham as a qualifier.
- She jumped 154 ranking places within a year.

2004
Year-end rank: 4th
Win-loss: 55-15 (78.57%); 7-7 vs. top 10
Titles: 5 WTA
Best slam result: Wimbledon CHAMPION
Best result: CHAMPION of Birmingham, Wimbledon, Seoul, Tokyo-Japan Open, YEC
Notes:
- Sharapova scored her first top 10 win against fellow compatriot Elena Dementieva.
- Began the year going 0-4 against the top 10 before turning it around by going 7-3.
- Debut in the top 10 for the first time in her career after her victory at Wimbledon over two-time defending
champion Serena Williams.
- Closed off the year by winning the year-end championships, which elevated her into the top 5 for the
first time in her career.

2005
Year-end rank: 4th
Win-loss: 53-12 (81.54%); 7-5 vs. top 10
Titles: 3 WTA
Best slam result: Australian Open SF, Wimbledon SF, US Open SF
Best result: CHAMPION of Tokyo Pan Pacific, Doha, Birmingham
Notes:
- Sharapova managed to reach the world no. 1 position for the first time in her career on August 22nd.
- Sharapova defeated her first world no. 1 opponent Lindsay Davenport to clinch her title in Tokyo
- Sharapova suffered her worst defeat in her career shortly after at the hands of the same no. 1, losing 06 06


2006
Year-end rank: 2nd
Win-loss: 59-9 (86.76%) ; 14-5 vs. top 10
Titles: 5 WTA
Best slam result: US Open CHAMPION
Best result: CHAMPION of Indian Wells, San Diego, US Open, Zurich, Linz
Notes:
- Sharapova's highest year end rank to date comes from 2006 at world no. 2.
- Defeated both then world no. 1 and 2 Mauresmo and Henin to win the US Open.
- In the aforementioned match against Mauresmo, she managed to (unconventionally) double bagel a world
no. 1 for the first time in her career, winning 60 46 60.
- Went on a 19 match win streak (best in her career to date) from the US Open till YEC.

2007
Year-end rank: 5th
Win-loss: 40-11 (78.43%); 7-3 vs. top 10
Titles: 1 WTA
Best slam result: Australian Open RUNNERUP
Best result: CHAMPION of San Diego
Notes:
- Regained the no. 1 position for the second time in her career after her Australian Open run.
- Reached the semifinal of Roland Garros for the first time in her career, meaning she has reached the
semifinal of all four grand slam in her career.
- Injuries began to surface in the middle of this year, resulting in erratic results and many withdrawals.
- Spent her 4th consecutive year in the top 5.

2008
Year-end rank: 9th
Win-loss: 32-4 (88.89%); 4-2 vs. top 10
Titles: 3 WTA
Best slam result: Australian Open CHAMPION
Best result: CHAMPION of the Australian Open, Doha, Amelia Island
Notes:
- Became the first woman to win the Australian Open on plexicushion
- Maria went on an 18 match win streak between the Australian Open and Indian Wells (ended in the SF by Kuznetsova)
- This period of dominance is widely deemed as "peak Sharapova".
- Misdiagnosed shoulder injury lead to a tear, forcing Maria to undergo shoulder surgery and out of the game
for 9 month. Here the struggle begins. :sad::sad: I WANT TO CRY FROM JUST TYPING THIS OMG.
- Her ranking plummetted to as low as world no. 9 by the end of the year for the first time since 2004.

2009
Year-end rank: 14th
Win-loss: 31-9 (77.5%); 4-2 vs. top 10
Titles: 1 WTA
Best slam result: Roland Garros QF
Best result: CHAMPION of Tokyo Pan Pacific
Notes:
- After a 9 month injury lay-off, Maria's rank dropped to as low as world no. 126
- Despite successful results, Maria's form was incredibly erratic and struggled through each match.
- She finished the year ranked 14th, and outside of the top 10 for the first time since 2003.

2010
Year-end rank: 18th
Win-loss: 33-11 (75%); 2-3 vs. top 10
Titles: 2 WTA
Best slam result: Wimbledon R4, US Open R4
Best result: CHAMPION of Memphis, Strasbourg
Notes:
- Her form continue to sink; it's the first time since 2003 where she has failed to win Tier 1/equivalent or
better since 2003.
- For the first time since 2003 Roland Garros, Maria suffered a shock R1 exit at a slam at the hands of former
doubles partner and fellow compatriot Maria Kirilenko.
- Widely deemed as the worst year of her career in both results and form.

2011
Year-end rank: 4th
Win-loss: 43-14 (75.44%); 6-7 vs. top 10
Titles: 2 WTA
Best slam result: Wimbledon RUNNERUP
Best result: CHAMPION of Rome, Cincinnati
Notes:
- At the beginning of the year, Maria made a career changing decision to break off coaching relationship with
long-term coach Michael Joyce and hired Thomas Hogstedt.
- She returned to the top 10 for the first time since the beginning of 2009 after Indian Wells.
- She managed to climb to as high as world no. 2, the highest position she's been at since mid-2008.
- Under Hogstedt's guidance, Maria's game changed significantly - her return of serve became widely known as
the greatest on the tour alongside Victoria Azarenka. Her defense also saw great improvement.
- Maria topped the stats for return games won and percentage of break points converted for the first time in
her career.


Steven. Feb 10th, 2012 06:51 AM

Projected race ranks to Istanbul
 
Courtesy of Julian.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Julian. (Post 22360610)


Race to Istanbul Final Update:

Final Race Standing (After Moscow)

Race Singles (As of Oct 22, 2012)

1. Victoria Azarenka 10190 (17)
2. Maria Sharapova 9115 (16)
3. Serena Williams 7900 (14)
4. Agnieszka Radwanska 7095 (21)
5. Angelique Kerber 5470 (20)
6. Petra Kvitova 5215 (19)
7. Sara Errani 4855 (22)
8. Li Na 4726 (17)

----------------------------------------------
9. Samantha Stosur 4120 (22)
10. Marion Bartoli 3740 (25)

----------------------------------------------
11. Caroline Wozniacki 3685 (22)
12. Ana Ivanovic 2900 (19)
13. Nadia Petrova 2725 (21)
14. Dominika Cibulkova 2495 (27)
15. Maria Kirilenko 2463 (21)
16. Roberta Vinci 2400 (27)
17. Lucie Safarova 2125 (24)
18. Julia Goerges 1965 (26)
19. Kaia Kanepi 1929 (15)
20. Ekaterina Makarova 1841 (19)



Qualified to Istanbul YEC
Qualified as alternates at Istanbul YEC
Failed to qualify for Istanbul YEC


Papillon. Feb 10th, 2012 07:02 AM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
OMG MY BESTIE IS SO KOOL LOOK AT THIS THREAD

GOAT :worship:

solyane Feb 10th, 2012 10:08 AM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
I love knowing these kind of stats :bounce: Thanks!

JoPova Feb 10th, 2012 10:10 AM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
Great thread! It's interesting especially to look at the W/L record of each year! I want more top 10 wins! :hearts:

18majors Feb 10th, 2012 12:55 PM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
Great information!

Steven. Feb 10th, 2012 01:06 PM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Jechijo (Post 20929225)
Great thread! It's interesting especially to look at the W/L record of each year! I want more top 10 wins! :hearts:

I'll include w/l for each year from 2011 and include w/l against top 10 now actually, while waiting for Maria to get on court. :sobbing:

s teddy Feb 10th, 2012 01:24 PM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
Just a suggestion:

Instead of giving her record against "Top 10," "Top 20," and "Top 50" etc., perhaps you should give her record against players ranked "6-10," "11-20," and "21-50" etc. I know what you mean by the former, but it's a little confusing, as the top 5 players are also in the top 10, 20, and 50. :p

Steven. Feb 10th, 2012 02:28 PM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by s teddy (Post 20929867)
Just a suggestion:

Instead of giving her record against "Top 10," "Top 20," and "Top 50" etc., perhaps you should give her record against players ranked "6-10," "11-20," and "21-50" etc. I know what you mean by the former, but it's a little confusing, as the top 5 players are also in the top 10, 20, and 50. :p

Yeah, that's true. I thought about that but I didn't know what to do with it. :sobbing:

ANYWAYS, I added summary of each year of her career section at the bottom but I need your help. HOW DO I MAKE THAT PART LOOK AESTHETICALLY PLEASING? It looks so gross and tl;dr atm.

Also any other suggestions for stats?

Also if you guys have other interesting or notable notes for each year, feel free to hit me up itt with them. :yeah:

Steven. Mar 17th, 2012 04:44 AM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
With Maria's final run here at Indian Wells, she will be ahead of Kvitova by 760 pts. That means Maria only has to reach the same round that Kvitova reaches in Miami to secure her spot as the world no. 2 for many more weeks and be safe until maybe Rome.

dsanders06 Mar 17th, 2012 04:49 AM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Steven. (Post 21113271)
With Maria's final run here at Indian Wells, she will be ahead of Kvitova by 760 pts. That means Maria only has to reach the same round that Kvitova reaches in Miami to secure her spot as the world no. 2 for many more weeks and be safe until maybe Rome.

Ugh, I actually really hope she drops to #3 the next few weeks (preferrably due to Kvitova playing well rather than Maria playing shit). Given Maria's record against Azarenka in finals, I'd prefer her to draw her in semis rather than the final in Slams :lol:

Crux Squall Mar 17th, 2012 04:51 AM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
Ranking Update

doomsday Mar 17th, 2012 06:29 AM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by dsanders06 (Post 21113289)
Ugh, I actually really hope she drops to #3 the next few weeks (preferrably due to Kvitova playing well rather than Maria playing shit). Given Maria's record against Azarenka in finals, I'd prefer her to draw her in semis rather than the final in Slams :lol:

Very true but Vika is not going anywhere anyway, Maria will have to defeat her to win the biggest titles. Beside I'm not sure Vika is gonna reach the final of every freaking tournament so the chances for Maria to not play her every single time should be good.

Mistress of Evil Mar 17th, 2012 08:11 AM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
Haven't seen this thread till now. :sobbing: Good job, Stevie.

18majors Mar 17th, 2012 08:26 AM

Re: Maria's ranking breakdown in detail (and other random stats)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by s2cruxs2 (Post 21113300)
Ranking Update

Would be nice if Maria win the tournament and top 8,000 ranking points.


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