This is a list of the main career statistics of professional tennis player Rafael Nadal. Nadal won five straight French Open singles titles from 2010 to 2014 to become the only player in this event to win five consecutive single titles. Earlier he had captured four straight French Open singles titles from 2005 to 2008 joining Paul Aymé and Björn Borg as the third man to have won four consecutive singles titles there. In 2017, by winning his tenth French Open title, Nadal became the only male to win
If history is any indication, we're in for another memorable clay-court season from Rafael Nadal, who will begin his run towards Roland Garros at next week's Monte Carlo Masters. Here are 10 clay stats to know about the King of Clay: He’s won 28 of his last 29 matches on clay. It's a stretch dating back to the 2016 French Open; his only loss in that time came against Dominic Thiem in last year's Rome quarterfinals. He’s also won his last 26 sets on clay, and 65 of his last 69. He has a 391-35 career win-loss record on clay. Nadal’s combined win-loss record on all other surf
Rafael Nadal player profile. The latest tennis stats including head to head stats for at Matchstat.com. All Surfaces Hard Indoor Hard Clay Indoor Clay Grass Carpet. All Rounds Finals Semifinals Quarterfinals. Record. 35 / 2018 US Open. SF. Hard. Juan Martin Del Potro. Rafael Nadal.
This text is all about the amazing stats and record on the red dirt from Rafa Nadal. BET ON RAFAEL NADAL – check out a list of great online betting companies with great promotions and odds. TOTAL – 56 ATP titles on Clay. (Argentine Guillermo Vilas won 49 clay court titles, most of them smaller tournaments, Swede Bjorn Borg won 30 clay court titles). 24 Clay court titles in Masters 1000 14 consecutive years winning 1+ Masters 500 series title (2005-2018) Only player to achive a Clay Slam – Won Monte Carlo, Rome, Madrid, and Roland Garros in the same year – 2010 6 years winning both titles in Monte Carlo & Rome.
Rafael Nadal has been struggling in 2015, but he's still the greatest clay-court player of all time. The reason behind his dominance might surprise you. Racket Science: The stat behind Rafael Nadal's success on dirt. 1299d Peter Bodo. Zverev on the verge of a breakthrough; now he just needs to break through.
Stats and Analysis. Rafael Nadal is essentially the same server on clay courts and hard courts. It’s the returning side of the game on clay where beast mode kicks in for the Spaniard. An Infosys ATP Beyond The Numbers analysis of Nadal identifies that his serve metrics remarkably stay similar when he switches surfaces, from hard to clay. Our impression is that everything dramatically improves on clay, but that’s simply not the case. Nadal Serving The following serve metrics show just how close his career serve numbers are between hard and clay. Nadal's Career Serve Metrics: Hard Court vs Clay Court.
Rafael Nadal – The King of Clay Court. Posted By: admin. When one talks about the all time greats in clay court tennis, it is quite likely that the name of Rafael Nadal will always be considered on top of the list. He has the best record of wins as far as clay court tennis is concerned. Sponsored link. Rafael Nadal was born on June 3 1986. His father is Sebastian Nadal who is a successful businessman while his mother is Ana Maria Perera, a devoted homemaker. He has a younger sister by the name Maria Isabel. It was his uncle who discovered his talent for tennis at an early age and guided him wh
Nadal says it is "controversial" — but the stats show the Swiss is right to do so. Roger Federer is avoiding Rafa Nadal. That's the suggestion of Nadal himself, who has questioned whether Federer's decision to skip the clay court season means he is scared to face the Spaniard on the surface Nadal has historically performed best on. Federer announced his decision to rest during the clay season shortly after his shock second-round loss to Thanasi Kokkinakis at the Miami Open in March. He could return to competitive tennis at the Gerry Weber Open in Halle in June, three weeks
The stats speak for themselves. Nadal is almost unstoppable on clay and if anyone comes close to beating him, it would be Novak Djokovic. Roger Federer would come in a close contender after that. Worth to mention (not a clay court match) Australian Open 2012 final (longest finals in the history of game) between these two which Djokovic won 5–7 6–4 6–2 6–7 7–5 in a marathon classic of 5 hours and 53 minutes. More stats of Djokovic on hard courts, Nadal on Clay and Federer on grass FedEx Performance Zone: Comparing Three Greats | ATP World Tour | Tennis. Djokovic Nadal Rivalry Djokovic–Nadal riv
Nadal If you like Topspin so much, go play Topspin4 in your Ps4, because you are a useless piece of shit on the tennis court. permalink. embed. save. report. give gold. reply. I feel like indoor hard is probably worse for him. Unless you have some stats I'm not aware of. permalink. embed. save. parent. report. give gold.
Here are seven stats that attempt (perhaps unsuccessfully) to capture the current greatness of the greatest clay courter in history. 1. Nadal has won 46-straight sets on clay, a mark that shatters the previous record of 35, held by Guillermo Coria. Nadal’s previous best streak was a 32-set run in 2010-11 and a 31-set stretch in 2007-2008. Neither of those, you might have noticed, came during Rafa’s 81-match winning streak from April 2005 through May 2007. His longest run then was 30 sets in a role. Even during the greatest run in recent tennis history, Nadal wasn’t as hot as he is now. 2. Some
Getty ImagesRafa Nadal. Rafael Nadal believes Roger Federer is scared of competing against him on a clay court. Roger Federer said last month that he will skip the clay season but will return to tennis in time for the 2018 Wimbledon Championships. Nadal says it is “controversial” – but the stats show the Swiss is right to do so. Roger Federer is avoiding Rafa Nadal. That’s the suggestion of Nadal himself, who has questioned whether Federer’s decision to skip the clay court season means he is scared to face the Spaniard on the surface Nadal has historically performed best on.
This clay-court season, Nadal has lost exactly four sets of tennis. Notice what happened to the percentage of second-serve points Nadal won in those four sets: Beating Nadal means beating back his second serve. Share of second-serve points that Rafael Nadal won in the four sets he lost on clay this season. Opponent. Set. It was the only match Nadal lost on clay this season. What have these players done to put a dent — however temporary — in Nadal’s second serve? To answer that question, we must first look at why it’s so dominant to begin with.
Rafael Nadal is clearly the most dominant player in the history of clay court tennis. Why exactly is that true? We explore the reasons. Rafael Nadal seems set for another dominant clay court season after clinching his 11th Monte Carlo Masters, without dropping a set. He is currently riding a 40-set winning streak, which looks all the more impressive when you consider the competition he has faced thus far. Nadal made a tough draw look easy by dropping just two games against Dominic Thiem and breezing past Grigor Dimitrov and Kei Nishikori. His career statistics on clay are simply astonishing. Here are just a few.
When we look at Nadal’s clay-weighted Elo ratings going into Monte Carlo (right panel below), we can see that he appears to have passed his peak. From 2005 to 2014 Nadal was on a skyrocketing path upward, bettering his clay form in nearly every year. In 2014, he reached a remarkable rating of +2467, his highest ever at this time of the calendar. Given those stats, 2018 is shaping up to be an even better situation for Nadal. Not only does he head into Monte Carlo with a 1% gain in his rating over 2017 but he also takes the top-rating position of all players for the first time since 2014.
Nadal's career statistics are staggering. On clay courts, he is 318-24. In best-of-five set matches on clay, he is 90-1. The tougher the match on clay, the more difficult he is to beat. Nadal won just one clay court title this spring leading up to Paris and lost to two fellow Spaniards in other events. After Djokovic beat Nadal in Rome, he arrived in Paris with his confidence at a peak. Djokovic's play and Nadal's shakier-than-usual form made for a perplexing problem: The sport's ultimate competitor—the man whom Bresnik would choose to play for his life—wasn't even the favorite, in his eyes, to win the French Open.
This is a list of the main career statistics of professional tennis player Rafael Nadal. Nadal captured four straight French Open singles titles from 2005 to 2008, joining Björn Borg in 2008 as the only other man to have won four consecutive singles titles there. In 2008, Nadal became the second Spanish man to win Wimbledon. Nadal is only the third male player in the open era to have won the French Open and Wimbledon in the same year, and the first since Borg in 1980. In 2009, Nadal became the first