Now that the US Open—the last of the four Majors of the tennis calendar—has ended, it is more clear than ever that the 2017 season has been a strange one.
For the first time in 36 years, the US Open women’s singles event will have an all-American semifinal. What were the odds of this historic outcome?
There has been a lot of talk about the lacklustre men’s field at this year’s US Open. What better way to put this idea to the test than to have the 2017 US Open men’s draw go head-to-head against the draw of 2016?
The 2017 US Open draw is out. But much of the talk this year will be on the names not included in the draw.
In this guest post, Martin Ingram explores the stats behind surprising runs in tennis.
The US hard court season has been a breakout period for the ATP tour’s Next Gen players. In this post we look at which Next Gen players have been the most dominant this season.
Tournament strength and depth are terms we commonly hear used in tennis. Yet the sport doesn’t have good stats for either of these properties of events.
With just one Grand Slam remaining in the 2017 season, it is already clear that one of the biggest stories of the year will be the renaissance of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal’s dominance.
Which players exceeded expectations the most at the 2017 Wimbledon Championships? Which, on the other hand, had the most shocking exits?
In a few hours, Roger Federer will face Marin Cilic on Wimbledon’s Centre Court where he will play for his 19th Grand Slam and 8th Wimbledon title.