US Open to host temporary hospital & Federer back in action31 March 2020 / Miguel Coelho
What's been happening in Tennis during the last few days?
Nowadays, the world of sports is full of statistics and records that usually don’t serve one single purpose. We try to avoid that narrative, headlining the ones that are really important and useful.
Stan Wawrinka, even though not at the same level displayed in previous years, had himself a nice comeback season from his gruesome injury in 2017. Reaching two Grand Slam quarter-finals along with several finals in tournaments of less importance, he conquered one important aspect for 2020. Confidence. The Swiss showed he’s still able to perform at a very high level, making him one of the most dangerous players for the upcoming year.
.@stanwawrinka had his first training session on the Center Court this morning. Looking good Stan! ???????? #DTC #diriyahtenniscup #aramco #diriyahseason #saudiarabia #stanwawrinka #bepartofhistory #tennis pic.twitter.com/3Ldcnj3ndS— Diriyah Tennis Cup (@DiriyahCup) December 11, 2019
The data coming up next is gathered from Masters 1000 events and the ATP Nitto Finals. There were several players who had an incredible conversion rate of saving break points throughout the year, but none came close to Stan when serving out wide in the Deuce court. He was 22 for 22 while under pressure in 15-40 situations at the highest level. Something only possible for Grand Slam champions.
Some particular players had a 100% efficiency serving 15-40 down to a certain spot, be it out wide, to the T or to the body. Let’s see who:
Serves at Body
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