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Overview of '18-ATP-PGame results

Post by Graveller » Feb Tue 06, 2018 4:36 am

#ed_op#span class="postbody"#ed_cl##ed_op#span class="postbody"#ed_cl##ed_op#span class="postbody"#ed_cl##ed_op#span class="postbody"#ed_cl##ed_op#span class="postbody"#ed_cl#So after preparing the WTA monthly overview last week, I now found some time to spend on ATP#ed_op#br#ed_cl#Most of what I write here in the first post, is repetition of the WTA thread (and the ATP overview thread of 2017), but some refreshing of the concepts is never a bad thing (especially for newcomers to the PGame)#ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#My planned overviews are:#ed_op#br#ed_cl#* End of January#ed_op#br#ed_cl#* End of march (post-Miami)#ed_op#br#ed_cl#* The Clay-overview (post RG)#ed_op#br#ed_cl#* The grass-overview (post-Wimbledon)#ed_op#br#ed_cl#* The US-HC overview (post US Open#ed_op#br#ed_cl#* The Asian overview (End of season)#ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#This overview will also give the top10 of the rolling ranking. The complete ranking can be found at  another place  on e website, together with the Hall of Fame of each event (presenting all winners of the past for each tournament, going back to 2009. Yes, the ATP game started its 10th year).#ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#What is included in the rolling ranking? #ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#All slams (4)#ed_op#br#ed_cl#All ATP1000 events + Masters (10)#ed_op#br#ed_cl#Your best 7 ATP500 events of the last 52 weeks (7)#ed_op#br#ed_cl#Your best 9 ATP250 of the last 52 weeks (9)#ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#b#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#/b#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#The structure of each PGame is the same: you make predictions for each match in R16, QF, SF and F... Per round you can earn 8 points, but for ATP1000, we double this (16), and for the slams it is doubled again (32pt per round in slams).#ed_op#br#ed_cl#This makes it interesting until the very end... a correct winner in R16 of a slam gives you 4 points, a correct winner in the final 32 points! And doing well in a slam will have a bigger impact on your ranking than doing well in an International - just like in real life...#ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#On top of that, there are R32 for the slams and the ATP1000 events. So more points can be won, and we get involved in an earlier stage  #ed_op#img src="http://www.tennisgamers.com/board/image ... _smile.gif" alt="Smile" border="0"#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl# #ed_op#br#ed_cl#Earning a "default" value for every event: the default score is equal to the lowest score obtained by an active participant in the first round of predictions. #ed_op#br#ed_cl#So if you miss a (mandatory) event, you do get some points anyway. In order to get those points, you need to have entered 3 events actively over the last 52 weeks. Once you entered 3 events, you receive the default score for each event of the last 52 wks (retro-active scoring) - from that point onwards, you start to "defend" points (or try to improve your set of best ATP250/ATP500).#ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#Good luck to all in 2018!!! #ed_op#/span#ed_cl##ed_op#/span#ed_cl##ed_op#/span#ed_cl##ed_op#/span#ed_cl##ed_op#/span#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl# #ed_op#br#ed_cl# #ed_op#br#ed_cl# #ed_op#br#ed_cl# #ed_op#br#ed_cl# #ed_op#br#ed_cl# #ed_op#br#ed_cl# #ed_op#span class="postbody"#ed_cl##ed_op#span class="gensmall"#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#      #ed_op#br#ed_cl# #ed_op#/span#ed_cl##ed_op#/span#ed_cl#
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Post by Graveller » Feb Tue 06, 2018 5:00 am

JANUARY 2018

We played seven events this month: 4International events, 2 Premiers, and 1 Slam.
And here are the winners:

ACE2ACE: Winner of ATP250 Auckland, ATO250 Sydney
Titles won in 2018: 2
Career Titles: 24
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #7
Additional Note: Ace2Ace won in 2018 already the same amount of titles than in 2016 and 2017 combined (one each year :-) )


GRAVELLER: Winner of ATP250 Pune
Titles won in 2018: 1
Career Titles: 63
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #3


PYOTR: Winner of ATP250 Brisbane, ATP250 Doha
Titles won in 2018: 2
Career Titles: 8
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #13
Additional Note: Highest amount of ATP titles won in a single year by Pyotr was 2 (in 2012 and 2017); so he already matched that achievement in 2018


WANNADOO75: Winner of the Australian Open (Slam)
Titles won in 2018: 1
Career Titles: 106
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #1
Additional Note: : Wannadoo75 won his 8th ATP Slam (his second Australian Open; first one was in 2016)



Events foreseen for February & March:
- ATP250 Montpellier (2017-winner: Graveller; going for his 4th title in this event)
- ATP250 Quito (2016-winner: Jeff in Texas; event was not played in 2017)
- ATP250 Sofia (2017-winner: Graveller)
- ATP500 Rotterdam (2017-winner: Rex; going for his 4th title in this event)
- ATP250 Memphis (2017-winner: Rex)
- ATP250 Buenos Aires (2017-winner: Graveller)
- ATP500 Rio (2017-winner: Pingpong0)
- ATP250 Marseille (2017-winner: Pyotr)
- ATP500 Dubai (2017-winner: Graveller)
- ATP500 Acapulco (2017-winner: Pingpong0)
- ATP1000 Indian Wells (2017-winner: 93tennisroyalty)
- ATP1000 Miami (2017-winner: Wannadoo75; he is going to try and win this for the SEVENTH TIME!!! previous wins in 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017)


Graveller got four titles to defend, and Pingpong0 and Rex got two. But the two biggest ones in the coming months (ATP1000's) were won in 2017 by 93tennisroyalty and Wannadoo75.
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Re:Overview of '18-ATP-PGame results

Post by Graveller » Feb Tue 06, 2018 5:06 am

#ed_op#span class="postbody"#ed_cl#Rolling ranking (top10) on 05-02-2018
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#ed_op#br#ed_cl#1. (-) Wannadoo75 - 1747 pt
#ed_op#br#ed_cl#2. (-) Graveller - 1632 pt
#ed_op#br#ed_cl#3. (-) Rex - 1615 pt
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#ed_op#br#ed_cl#4. (-) Pingpong0 - 1359 pt
#ed_op#br#ed_cl#5. (+2) Jeff in Texas - 1349 pt
#ed_op#br#ed_cl#6. (-1) 93tennisroyalty - 1338 pt
#ed_op#br#ed_cl#7. (-1) Anishmitch - 1216 pt
#ed_op#br#ed_cl#8. (-) Ace2Ace - 997 pt
#ed_op#br#ed_cl#9. (-) Pyotr - 901 pt
#ed_op#br#ed_cl#10. (+1) Themo - 595 pt#ed_op#br#ed_cl#11. (new) Padawan - 487 pt#ed_op#br#ed_cl#12. (new) Perdida - 463 pt#ed_op#br#ed_cl#13. (new) Jdg0828 - 423 pt #ed_op#br#ed_cl#
#ed_op#br#ed_cl#For the complete rolling ranking (2nd column) and HOF's:
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Post by Graveller » Apr Tue 03, 2018 3:22 am

FEBRUARY - MARCH 2018

Second update of the year on ATP - so we are ready for the clay-season. The titles were distributed quite nicely, with 10 different winners.


ACE2ACE: Winner of ATP1000 Indian Wells, ATP50 Sofia
Titles won in 2018: 4
Career Titles: 26
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #5 (together with three other participants)


GRAVELLER: Winner of ATP250 Montpellier, ATP250 Quito
Titles won in 2018: 3
Career Titles: 65
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #3


JEFF IN TEXAS: Winner of ATP500 Acapulco, Co-winner of ATP500 Rotterdam
Titles won in 2018: 2
Career Titles: 15
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #10


PADAWAN: Winner of ATP500 Rio de Janeiro
Titles won in 2018: 1
Career Titles: 1
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #29
Additional Note: First ATP-title ever!! Padawan was the 39th participant to win an ATP-event. Congratulations...


PERDIDA: Winner of ATP250 Delray Beach, Co-winner of ATP250 Buenos Aires
Titles won in 2018: 2
Career Titles: 2
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #23
Additional Note: First ATP-titles ever!! Perdida was the 38th participant to win an ATP-event (yes, one week earlier than Padawan :-) ). Congratulations...


PYOTR: Co-winner of ATP500 Dubai, ATP500 Rotterdam
Titles won in 2018: 4
Career Titles: 10
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #12


REX: Winner of ATP250 New York
Titles won in 2018: 1
Career Titles: 76
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #2


THEMO: Winner of ATP250 Marseille, Co-winner of ATP250 Buenos Aires
Titles won in 2018: 2
Career Titles: 33
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #4


WANNADOO75: Winner of ATP250 Brasil Open
Titles won in 2018: 2
Career Titles: 107
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #1


93TENNISROYALTY: Winner of ATP1000 Miami, Co-winner ATP500 Dubai
Titles won in 2018: 2
Career Titles: 26
Ranking in all-time titles standings: #5 (together with three other participants)


Events foreseen for April/May 2018 (the clay season):
- ATP250 Houston (2017-winner: Ace2Ace)
- ATP250 Marrakech (2017-winner: Anishmitch)
- ATP1000 Monte Carlo (2017-winner: Wannadoo75)
- ATP500 Barcelona (2017-winners: Jeff in Texas, Rex)
- ATP250 Budapest (2017-winner: Graveller)
- ATP250 Munich (2017-winner: Wannadoo75, trying to win it three-times-in-a-row)
- ATP250 Estoril (2017-winner: Wannadoo75)
- ATP250 Istanbul (2017-winners: Anishmitch, Graveller)
- ATP1000 Madrid (2017-winner: Graveller)
- ATP1000 Rome (2017-winner: Wannadoo75, trying to win it for the 5th time; 2009, 2010, 2013, 2017)
- ATP250 Lyon (2017-winners: Pyotr, Rex)
- ATP250 Geneva (2017-winner: Wannadoo75, trying to win it three-times-in-a-row)
- SLAM Roland Garros (2017-winner: Rex, trying to win it three-times-in-a-row)



Biigest burden for Wannadoo75, with no less than five titles to defend on clay.
Graveller and Rex got three, and then Anishmitch with two title defences.
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Post by Graveller » Apr Tue 03, 2018 3:33 am

Rolling ranking (top10) on 05-02-2018



1. (--) Wannadoo75 - 1678 pt
2. (+1) Rex - 1605 pt
3. (-1) Graveller - 1553 pt

4. (+1) Jeff in Texas - 1400 pt
5. (+1) 93tennisroyalty - 1391 pt
6. (-2) Pingpong0 - 1173 pt
7. (--) Anishmitch - 1128 pt
8. (--) Ace2Ace - 1077 pt
9. (--) Pyotr - 921 pt
10. (--) Themo - 735 pt
11. (+1) Perdida - 689 pt
12. (-1) Padawan - 688 pt


For the complete rolling ranking (2nd column) and HOF's:

http://www.tennisgamers.com/board/pdgam ... p?tour=ATP
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Post by Ace2Ace » Apr Tue 03, 2018 5:05 pm

<font color=brown>@ <b>Graveller</b>:</font>
 - ATP1000 Rome (2017-winner: Wannadoo75, trying to win it for the 5th time; 2009, 2010, 2013, 2017)
Wannadoo75 is unstoppable. I think he is the only one to win a tournament 5 times. Is it in the air of is it in the water?? How does he do it?

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Post by Graveller » Apr Tue 03, 2018 5:11 pm

<font color=brown>@ <b>Ace2Ace</b>:</font>
 
True.. he could have won Miami ATP for the sixth time last week... he decided to win WTA Miami instead &#128512;&#128512;
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Post by Graveller » Dec Sun 09, 2018 8:11 am

Better late than never: the ATP summary on 2018 PGames

Number of titles won in the ATP PGame this year:

1. 12 titles: Graveller (Slam, Masters, ATP1000s, ATP250s), Pyotr (Slam, ATP1000s, ATP500s, ATP250s)
3. 10 titles: Wannadoo75 (Slam, ATP500s, ATP250s)
4. 9 titles: Themo (Slam, ATP1000, ATP500s, ATP250s)
5. 8 titles: Jeff in Texas (Slam, ATP500s, ATP250s), Rex (ATP1000s, ATP250s)
7. 5 titles: Ace2Ace (ATP1000, ATP250s)
8. 3 titles: Perdida (Slam, ATP250s), CrossCourtBH (ATP500s, ATP250)
10. 2 titles: 93tennisroyalty (ATP1000, ATP250), Padawan (ATP500, ATP250), Anishmitch (ATP250s)
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Re:Overview of '18-ATP-PGame results

Post by Graveller » Dec Sun 09, 2018 8:30 am

Which titles were won?

Ace2Ace:
ATP1000: Indian Wells
ATP250: Auckland
ATP250: Sydney
ATP250: Sofia
ATP250: Geneva


Anishmitch:
ATP250: Eastbourne
ATP250: Antalya


CrossCourtBH:
ATP500: Hamburg
ATP250: Tokyo
ATP250: Stockholm


Graveller:
Slam: Roland Garros
Masters: London
ATP1000: Canada
ATP1000: Paris
ATP250: Pune
ATP250: Montpellier
ATP250: Quito
ATP250: Gstaad
ATP250: Kitzbuhl
ATP250: Metz
ATP250: Chengdu
ATP250: Moscow



Jeff in Texas:
Slam: US Open
ATP500: Rotterdam
ATP500: Acapulco
ATP500: Queens
ATP500: Washington
ATP250: Munchen
ATP250: Eastbourne
ATP250: Winston Salem


Padawan:
ATP500: Rio de Janeiro
ATP250: Estoril


Perdida:
Slam: Roland Garros
ATP250: Buenos Aires
ATP250: Delray Beach



Pyotr:
Slam: Wimbledon
ATP1000: Cincinnati
ATP1000: Shanghai
ATP500: Rotterdam
ATP500: Dubai
ATP500: Halle
ATP500: Vienna
ATP250: Brisbane
ATP250: Doha
ATP250: Marrakech
ATP250: Istanbul
ATP250: Antwerp


Rex:
ATP1000: Madrid
ATP1000: Rome
ATP250: New York
ATP250: Budapest
ATP250: Istanbul
ATP250: Newport
ATP250: Umag
ATP250: Los Cabos



Themo:
Slam: Ronald Garros
ATP1000: Monte Carlo
ATP500: Bejing
ATP500: Basel
ATP250: Buenos Aires
ATP250: Marseille
ATP250: sHertogenbosch
ATP250: Eastbourne
ATP250: St.Petersburg


Wannadoo75:
Slam: Australian Open
ATP500: Barcelona
ATP500: Tokyo
ATP250: Sao Paulo
ATP250: Houston
ATP250: Lyon
ATP250: Stuttgart
ATP250: Bastad
ATP250: Atlanta
ATP250: Shenzen


93tennisroyalty:
ATP1000: Miami
ATP500: Dubai
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Post by Graveller » Dec Sun 09, 2018 8:42 am

Top 5 per category

Slams:
1. Jeff in Texas: 552 pt
2. Wannadoo75: 522 pt
3. Perdida: 496 pt
4. Graveller: 464 pt
5. Rex: 454 pt


ATP1000:
1. Rex: 620 pt
2. Wannadoo75: 522 pt
3. Jeff in Texas: 547 pt
4. Perdida: 543 pt
5. Graveller: 528 pt


ATP500:
1. Jeff in Texas: 218 pt
2. Wannadoo75: 201 pt
3. Perdida: 198 pt
4. Rex: 194 pt
5. Themo: 189 pt


ATP250:
1. Wannadoo75: 287 pt
2. Graveller: 269 pt
3. Perdida: 269 pt
3. Themo: 269 pt
5. Jeff in Texas: 265 pt

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Post by Graveller » Dec Sun 09, 2018 2:55 pm

All-time ATP titles (2009-2018):

1. Wannadoo75 - 115 titles
2. Rex - 83 titles
3. Graveller - 74 titles
4. Themo - 40 titles
5. Ace2Ace - 27 titles
6. Pingpong0 - 26 titles
6. 93tennisrotalty - 26 titles
6. Serenarulz09 - 26 titles
9. Jeff in Texas - 21 titles
10. Missinandre - 19 titles
11. Pyotr - 18 titles
12. Cibulkova - 13 titles
13. Anishmitch - 12 titles
14. Guffman - 8 titles
15. Jagminor - 7 titles
16. Footsoldier - 5 titles
16. Glowingbrains - 5 titles
16. Gryffy - 5 titles
16. Janickister - 5 titles
16. Marcus1979 - 5 titles
16. TheDevmiester - 5 titles
22. Rage - 4 titles
23. Perdid - 3 titles
23. CrossCourtBH - 3 titles
25. Padawan - 2 titles
(15 others with 1 or 2 titles not reported here)
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Post by CrossCourtBH » Dec Mon 10, 2018 4:28 pm

TY @ Graveller for the atp results 2018 &
longstanding held records -
interesting.

Looks as if you & Pyotr came out best this year for atp -
congrats!

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Post by Graveller » Dec Tue 11, 2018 3:45 am

Wel,; not really; if you take a look at the YE-rolling ranking - based on the mandatory events (slams, ATP1000) and best ATP5000/ATP250 (30 events in total), I am only 5th (see below); I won a lot of small titles, but was not consistent at all in the major events.

YE ranking:
1. Jeff in Texas - 1636 pt
2. Wannadoo75 - 1629 pt
3. Rex - 1571 pt

4. Perdida - 1562 pt
5. Graveller - 1499 pt
6. Pyotr - 1417 pt
7. Themo - 1363 pt
8. Ace2Ace - 1123 pt
9. Padawan - 993 pt
10. CrossCourtBH - 983 pt
11. 93tennisroyalty - 892 pt
12. Anishmitch - 818 pt
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Post by Graveller » Dec Tue 11, 2018 3:49 am

One last list of statistics: Weeks at #1 (2009- up to 1st week of 2019)

1. Wannadoo75 - 437 weeks
2. Rex - 39 weeks
3. Jeff in Texas - 7 weeks

4. Cibulkova - 6 weeks
4. Themo - 6 weeks
6. Footsoldier - 4 weeks
6. KyleAlex - 4 weeks
8. Graveller - 3 weeks
9. Moasey - 2 weeks
10. Serenarulz09 - 1 week

Wannadoo75 with a record #weeks that looks unbeatable. And who knows how many he will add in the future....
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Post by CrossCourtBH » Dec Tue 11, 2018 3:02 pm

Yes I see what you mean -
I was looking at titles won this year.

Some great long running records
Wannadoo75 way ahead # weeks.

Interesting to review the records & see stats -
thanks for posting.

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