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Old May 7th, 2012, 02:50 PM   #46
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

Currently, I completely don't understand what is happening here
These rankings show, that Julia in few last days lost 85 points in O. Race.
This should be the one-year ranking till 11 June 2012, so it never included Madrid 2011
Why and where she lost 85 points ???

Olympia-Race

Predictable As of May 7 (by guichard)
Code:
        NAME                    COUNTRY POINTS
1	Azarenka		BLR1	8220
2	Radwanska A		POL1	6590
3	Sharapova		RUS1	6460
4	Kvitova		        CZE 1	6140
5	Stosur		        AUS1	5205
6	Williams S		US1	4300
7	Bartoli		        FRA1	4205
8	Wozniacki		DEN	4097
9	Zvonareva		RUS2	3515
10	Kerber		        GER1	3140
11	Ivanovic		SERB1	2795
12	Lisciki		        GER2	2763
13	Cibulkova		SVK1	2491
14	Petkovic		GER3	2421
15	Pennetta		ITA1	2205
16	Kirilenko		RUS3	2185
17	Li Na		        CHN1	2156
18	Hantuchova		SVK2	2090
19	Vinci		        ITA2	2090
20	Jankovic		SERB2	1977
21	ERRANI		        ITA3	1960
22	Goerges		        GER4	1815
23	Kanepi		        EST	1815
24	Safarova		CZE2	1796
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25	Cetkovska		CZE3	1740
26	Niculescu		ROU1	1733
27	Petrova		        RUS4	1698
28	Zheng		        CHN2	1646
29	Peng		        CHN3	1596
30	Schiavone		ITA4	1537
31	Medina		        ESP1	1510
32	Mchale		        USA2	1479
33	Barthel		        GER5	1474
Current - Status after 1st round of Madrid (by Tennis Observer):
Code:
    PLAYER                                Points 
           
01.Victoria Azarenka (BLR)                   7,900
02.Maria Sharapova (RUS)                     6,540
03.Agnieszka Radwańska (POL)                 6,430
04.Petra Kvitová (CZE)                       5,815
05.Samantha Stosur (AUS)                     5,105
06.Serena Williams (USA)                     4,300
07.Marion Bartoli (FRA)                     (doesn't participate)
08.Caroline Wozniacki (DEN)                  4,146
09.Vera Zvonereva (RUS)                      3,280
10.Angelique Kerber (GER)                    3,170
11.Ana Ivanović (SRB)                        2,785
12.Sabine Lisicki (GER)                      2,761
13.Dominika Cibulková (SVK)                  2,465
14.Andrea Petković (GER)                     2,421
15.Na Li (CHN)                               2,235
16.Maria Kirilenko (RUS)                     2,195
17.Flavia Pennetta (ITA)                     2,145
18.Roberta Vinci (ITA)                       2,100
19.Jelena Janković (SRB)                     1,975
20.Daniela Hantuchová (SVK)                  1,950
21Kaia Kanepi (EST)                          1,815
22.Sara Errani (ITA)                         1,790
23.Nadia Petrova (RUS)                       1,776
24.Lucie Šafářová (CZE)                      1,765
----------------------------------------------------
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25.Julia Görges (GER)                        1,730
26.Petra Cetkovská (CZE)                     1,730
27.Monica Niculescu (ROU)                    1,700
28.Jie Zheng (CHN)                           1,630
29.Shuai Peng (CHN)                          1,565
30.Christina McHale (USA)                    1,550
31.Francesca Schiavone (ITA)                 1,540
32.Anabel Medina Garrigues (ESP)             1,530
33.Mona Barthel (GER)                        1,506

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Old May 7th, 2012, 02:51 PM   #47
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

So there are really 2 rankings.One for Olympics one for normal WTA.But if Madrid doesn´t count where are 85 points? :cnofused.
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Old May 7th, 2012, 03:05 PM   #48
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

The problem is that Madrid is mandatory, so you can only count 14 tournaments from Eastbourne/s'Hertogenbosch 2011 to now
+ Madrid points 2012
+ Roland Garros points 2012

I think that guichard has already counted 16 tournaments in his race.
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Old May 7th, 2012, 04:00 PM   #49
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

Ok, Danke

From my calculations "Tennis Observer" makes the current ranking. He counts points on an ongoing basis and will end at June 11, 2012.

Race by "guichard" has no Madrid yet (mandatory shit), only contains still Stuttgart with 60 points and Auckland/Dallas with 30. It's more a predictable ranking or I don't know how to call it.

So, as for today:

The Olympic race

Code:
    PLAYER                                Points 
           
01.Victoria Azarenka (BLR)                   7,900
02.Maria Sharapova (RUS)                     6,540
03.Agnieszka Radwańska (POL)                 6,430
04.Petra Kvitová (CZE)                       5,815
05.Samantha Stosur (AUS)                     5,105
06.Serena Williams (USA)                     4,300
07.Marion Bartoli (FRA)                     (doesn't participate)
08.Caroline Wozniacki (DEN)                  4,146
09.Vera Zvonereva (RUS)                      3,280
10.Angelique Kerber (GER)                    3,170
11.Ana Ivanović (SRB)                        2,785
12.Sabine Lisicki (GER)                      2,761
13.Dominika Cibulková (SVK)                  2,465
14.Andrea Petković (GER)                     2,421
15.Na Li (CHN)                               2,235
16.Maria Kirilenko (RUS)                     2,195
17.Flavia Pennetta (ITA)                     2,145
18.Roberta Vinci (ITA)                       2,100
19.Jelena Janković (SRB)                     1,975
20.Daniela Hantuchová (SVK)                  1,950
21Kaia Kanepi (EST)                          1,815
22.Sara Errani (ITA)                         1,790
23.Nadia Petrova (RUS)                       1,776
24.Lucie Šafářová (CZE)                      1,765
======================================================
25.Julia Görges (GER)                        1,730
26.Petra Cetkovská (CZE)                     1,730
27.Monica Niculescu (ROU)                    1,700
28.Jie Zheng (CHN)                           1,630
29.Shuai Peng (CHN)                          1,565
30.Christina McHale (USA)                    1,550
31.Francesca Schiavone (ITA)                 1,540
32.Anabel Medina Garrigues (ESP)             1,530
33.Mona Barthel (GER)                        1,506
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

Cetkovska has won the 2nd round match, that means Julia is now only at #26 in the Olympic Race.
She really needs some very good results in Rome, Brussels or in Paris.


And she has to look at Mona Barthel. Because if she is able to pass her in the rankings and Petkovic could start in London, which is doubtful at the moment, there will be no chance for Julia to qualify for London.
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

The Olympic Race as for today:

Code:
       PLAYERS                               Points  
           
01.Victoria Azarenka (BLR)                   8,520
02.Agnieszka Radwańska (POL)                 6,800
03.Maria Sharapova (RUS)                     6,710
04.Petra Kvitová (CZE)                       5,895
05.Serena Williams (USA)                     5,300
06.Samantha Stosur (AUS)                     5,275
07.Caroline Wozniacki (DEN)                  4,206
08.Marion Bartoli (FRA)                       NOT
09.Vera Zvonereva (RUS)                      3,280
10.Angelique Kerber (GER)                    3,230
11.Ana Ivanović (SRB)                        2,855
12.Sabine Lisicki (GER)                      2,692
13.Andrea Petković (GER)                     2,421
14.Dominika Cibulková (SVK)                  2,406
15.Na Li (CHN)                               2,405
16.Maria Kirilenko (RUS)                     2,195
17.Roberta Vinci (ITA)                       2,160
18.Flavia Pennetta (ITA)                     2,145
19.Jelena Janković (SRB)                     1,980
20.Daniela Hantuchová (SVK)                  1,950
21.Sara Errani (ITA)                         1,950
22.Lucie Šafářová (CZE)                      1,905
23.Kaia Kanepi (EST)                         1,820
24.Petra Cetkovská (CZE)                     1,790
------------------------------------------------------
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25.Nadia Petrova (RUS)                       1,776
26.Julia Görges (GER)                        1,730
27.Monica Niculescu (ROU)                    1,700
28.Jie Zheng (CHN)                           1,630
29.Anabel Medina Garrigues (ESP)             1,620
30.Christina McHale (USA)                    1,590
31.Shuai Peng (CHN)                          1,570
32.Francesca Schiavone (ITA)                 1,540
33.Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (RUS)            1,521
34.Mona Barthel (GER)                        1,506
Rome and Brussels are good opportunities to attack
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

Ok, I will update the thread after Bad Gastein to close the clay season.
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

http://www.wtatennis.com/news/201206...256076_1978722

Her serve is not the problem. Nice statistics.
Will probably change after the grass tournaments but I yet like it

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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

http://www.wtatennis.com/SEWTATour-A...atch_stats.pdf

KleineBiere's stats thread for all players who played 15 or more wta matches this year makes interesting reading. http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=470442

Julia is third on the ace count list for the wta. http://www.tennisforum.com/showpost....92&postcount=7

Serena tops the aces, second serves percentage won, serving games percentage won, break points saved categories, not surprisingly.

You can see that the first serve percentage is the most overrated stat, as I have always said. Note that almost all of the top percentage servers have weak serves, and also note that even these servers usually do not average over 70% first serves in. That's why I always say that Julia should aim to serve between 55-65% first serves in. At her speed anything over 60% is a good percentage. Julia's current average of 58% is not too bad, Serena is at 59%.

Although several people round to the same percentage I will assume that KleineBiere has listed the players in the correct order in the lists.

Julia is 9th on aces per 100 serves, averaging 6.2 aces per 100 (Serena averages 15.5).

She drops to 18th place when we look at first serve points won. 15th place for second serves won.

She appears to be 18th for serve points won. About 30th for break points saved.

On the other hand she seems to be 75th for returns points won against first serve and 73rd for points won against second serve, as well as 75th for overall return points won . 72nd for return games won. 48th for break point conversion.

Her return game is quite a problem area.

That's why it's disastrous for her if her serve is not working. But her serve is very effective when it's on. Judging from her aces compared to break points saved it seems she is not that good at landing good serves at crucial moments even though her overall percentage of first serves in is not very different from Serena's.
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

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http://www.wtatennis.com/SEWTATour-A...atch_stats.pdf

KleineBiere's stats thread for all players who played 15 or more wta matches this year makes interesting reading. http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=470442

Julia is third on the ace count list for the wta. http://www.tennisforum.com/showpost....92&postcount=7

Serena tops the aces, second serves percentage won, serving games percentage won, break points saved categories, not surprisingly.

You can see that the first serve percentage is the most overrated stat, as I have always said. Note that almost all of the top percentage servers have weak serves, and also note that even these servers usually do not average over 70% first serves in. That's why I always say that Julia should aim to serve between 55-65% first serves in. At her speed anything over 60% is a good percentage. Julia's current average of 58% is not too bad, Serena is at 59%.

Although several people round to the same percentage I will assume that KleineBiere has listed the players in the correct order in the lists.

Julia is 9th on aces per 100 serves, averaging 6.2 aces per 100 (Serena averages 15.5).

She drops to 18th place when we look at first serve points won. 15th place for second serves won.

She appears to be 18th for serve points won. About 30th for break points saved.

On the other hand she seems to be 75th for returns points won against first serve and 73rd for points won against second serve, as well as 75th for overall return points won . 72nd for return games won. 48th for break point conversion.

Her return game is quite a problem area.


That's why it's disastrous for her if her serve is not working. But her serve is very effective when it's on. Judging from her aces compared to break points saved it seems she is not that good at landing good serves at crucial moments even though her overall percentage of first serves in is not very different from Serena's.
It always has been (unfortunately) Though I'd like to know whether she has improved here since Beijing. I'd guess so.
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It always has been (unfortunately) Though I'd like to know whether she has improved here since Beijing. I'd guess so.
Even if she is not a particularly "gifted" returner I would hope that she could at least improve her return stats on second serves. Since she has long swings she may struggle to become a really good returner of first serves but at least the opponent should be scared of giving her a second serve. That would make quite a big difference I think. Clearly there will be enough time for her to take a swing on the second serve most of the time, I guess she has been making mistakes too often.

I don't know whether the stats have improved since Beijing but I suspect so. If you asked KleineBiere he or she could probably tell you.
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

When I joined TF there was a lot of discussion going on in this forum about all sorts of statstic stuff. I've always found it interesting but sadly it has become a whole lot less over the last couple months - mainly, I think, because Vikapower isn't that active around here anymore. So I try to put some life back into this thread (Well, Howard made a start already ).

What I find annoying about match statistics is that they don't show the number of Forced Errors (FE). For a player like Julia this is an important figure because it further highlights how many points she actually won by aggressive play. In pretty much all statistics, however, you'll only find a winner (W) and unforced error (UE) count (apart from serve % information). The W/UE ratio is supposed to show then whether a match was good (>0) or bad (<0) - which is quite useless IMO.

Thankfully Vikapower added the FEs for Julia's matches - and not only that, he also added the aggressive margin (AM) (at least used to do it until April 2012). The AM now combines all W, FE and UE into a single index ((W+FE)-UE) - see also here). It basically shows the "effectivity" of the game of an aggressive player (like Julia) during a match.

No doubt, the AM is a lot more informative than the W/UE ratio. However, as the latter, it isn't very specific. It's perfectly possible that you get the same AM number for a match score of 6-2 6-2 and, say, 6-1 1-6 6-1. So, the problem is that it can't tell you anything about what actually happened in a match.

You get a more detailed picture when you look at the AM for each game. I did that for 2 matches of Julia (against Rezai and Arvidsson - both 2012) though it was quite time-consuming..

Anyway, for the Arvidsson match the result looked like this:



There are 2 x-axes - the upper one is showing the number of games, the lower one the score for each game. On the y-axis I put the AM (-5 to 5)

The red line illustrates Julia's AM per game.
The yellow line shows Arvidsson's AM per game (only shown for the 2nd set).
The magenta line is basically a more detailed version of the red line for a single game.

An AM per game > 0 means that the player played her game pretty effectively.
An AM per game < 0 means the opposite (of course ).

So, what do we actually see here? When we look at the 1st set we see that Julia was able to put on a quite dominant performance. There is a slump in the 2nd game but after that her level of play stayed high. The AM never dropped below 1. Well, actually it did shortly in the 7th game - and this is what I highlighted with the magenta line:

What happened in that game? Up until 30-30 both players took turns at hitting UEs which resulted in an AM of -2 (in this case for each player). Arvidsson won the next point (FE) which gave her the chance to break. Now Julia not only saved that BP with a winner, she also won 3 of the next 4 points by either a FE or a winner and eventually converted her 2nd setpoint (equated to an AM of 3). The important thing to note here is IMO: When she faced a bp she was able to stay focussed and to win point by point through aggressive play. You could see this as a clear sign of mental strength.

Just to make things clear: While the red line for the 7th game indicates a throughout solid display from Julia (AM=1), the "reality" (magenta line) looked a bit different: First part of the game was weak (AM=-2), second part was really strong (AM=3) (The sum of AM -2 + 3 = 1 is again reflected in the red line).


In the 2nd set Julia was able to keep her momentum. She broke Arvidsson in the 1st game and had a love game right after that.

In the beginning of the 3rd game she continued to play very dominantly. She hit 2 winners and a FE to earn herself 2 BPs. However, she couldn't convert any of them, hitting two UEs instead. Now the momentum was gone. Arvidsson eventually held after Julia hit another 3 UEs.

In the 4th game she still couldn't find her rhythm. She made 3 UEs in a row and faced 3 BPs at 0-40. At this point, however, she made a strong comeback saving all 3 BPs (with 2 winners and 1 FE). She eventually held serve for 3-1.

Julia now gained momentum again but so did Arvidsson. Until this point the match had been all about Julia. Arvidsson barely had hit any winners, FEs (or UEs) during the 1st set and the beginning of the 2nd set. That changed with the 5th game. Arvidsson suddenly played also more aggressively and she did well. The yellow chart is reflecting this. One could say the overall quality of the match improved in the middle of the 2nd set with both players hitting more winners and FEs than UEs. The exception is obviously the 7th game but IMO Julia just tanked this one to save energy for the rest of the match. The quality remained high until the last game when Arvidsson seemed to have given up.
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

^^ Very nice work Dispeker -- unfortunately I haven't had much time for this thread but I will bring an update hopefully on Sunday.

Dispeker ; I answer some points of your post on Sunday too.
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

Finally found the time to analyze the match against Errani (Dubai 2013).

- AM/game = red line

- Julia's service game = yellow background




1 set:

W = 11
FE = 6
UE = 27
AM = -10



2nd set:

W = 14
FE = 7
UE = 26
AM = -5



3rd set:

W = 22
FE = 4
UE = 33
AM = -7



Whole match:

W = 47
FE = 17
UE = 86
AM = -22

I'll comment on that later.
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Re: Julia Görges statistics and ranking thread

Thanks Dispeker, for the great analysis of this match: a picture that is worth a thousand words. I've always wondered to what extent this sort of analysis plays in the post-match evaluation a player such as Julia has with her coach. I have to say that if the whole match chart were an electrocardiogram reading, this patient is in vfib with cardiac arrest imminent!
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