Re: Danish Delight - Caroline Wozniacki thread - vol 5
Originally Posted by bruce goose
You're only giving us part of the picture.The 4% difference is obviously a big drop-off for the Italian,but where does Caro stand,percentage-wise,against the Top 8?Tbh,if most of those gals are between 65 and 65.9%,then Caro's numbers won't seem so abysmal.She should always seek to improve,if possible,but could you give us a better perspective by listing the entire Top 10??
These numbers come from the wta's new website which finally enables anybody to get the stats for a player by going to their profile.
Here's the 1st serve winning % for the year end top 15:
I'd like to at some point to do a comparison between Caro and the year end top 10/top 15 involving several stats and a chart or table would be an ideal way to present this data but I don't know how to do that.
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