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09/22/2004 - Bucharest Tournament Statistics

1. Winners by countries

12 tournaments took place since 1993 to 2004
Spaniards claimed the title 6 times, 2 times - Argentinians, once - players from Morocco, Australia, Austria and Yugoslavia

2. The biggest prize fund

The biggest prize fund was in 1995: $1 350 000.

3. Tournament participation

8 - Galo BLANCO(ESP), Francisco CLAVET(ESP), Dinu PESCARIU(ROM)
7 - Adrian VOINEA(ROM), Andrei PAVEL(ROM), Albert PORTAS(ESP), Ion MOLDOVAN(ROM)

4. Played matches

20 - Francisco CLAVET(ESP) (13-7)
17 - Albert PORTAS(ESP) (10-7), Andrei PAVEL(ROM) (10-7), Galo BLANCO(ESP) (9-8)
15 - Jose ACASUSO(ARG) (12-3)

5. Wins

13 - Francisco CLAVET(ESP)
12 - Jose ACASUSO(ARG)
10 - Andrei PAVEL(ROM), Albert PORTAS(ESP), Alberto BERASATEGUI(ESP)

6. The winners who haven't lost a single set in one tournament

1993: Goran IVANISEVIC(CRO) (won/lost games: 64-40)
1995: Thomas MUSTER(AUT) (61-35)
1996: Alberto BERASATEGUI(ESP) (54-26) one match retirement

7. Most durable match by games number(37)

1996. 1st round: Richard FROMBERG(AUS) d. Filip DEWULF(BEL) 7-5, 5-7, 7-6(6)

8. Most durable tie-break

13:11 - 1999 2nd round: Alex CORRETJA(ESP) d. Jens KNIPPSCHILD(GER) 6-4 6-7(11) 6-4

9. Proportion of 2-set and 3-set matches (without retirements and default matches)

Most:
1995: 82.76 % (24-5)
Least:
1999: 46.67 % (14-16)

2004 : 73.33 % (22-8)

10. Achievements of players who went through qualification to the main draw.

In 1998 Arnaud DI PASQUALE(FRA) achieved final.

Number of matches which were won by qualifiers:
1998, 2000, 2002 - 4
2004 - 2


In 1993 qualifiers couldn't win a single match.

11. Number of tie-breaks in one tournament

Most:
1993 - 15
1997,1998,2004 - 16
Least:
1994, 2000 - 4
1996 - 6

12. Number of played matches by countries

Spain: 244 (w:137 - l:107)
Romania: 82 (35 - 47)
Argentina: 49 (27 - 22)
Germany: 49 (20 - 29)
France: 43 (21 - 22)
Italy: 31 (17 - 14)
Austria: 31 (16 - 15)

13. The only wildcard winner

Goran IVANISEVIC (CRO) is so far the only champion of BCR Open Romania who claimed the title after getting a wildcard.

14. Points breakdown by countries since 1993 to 2004

Assume that players earn ATP Champions Race points since 1980 then their countries points breakdown looks as follows:

  W F SF QF 2ND 1ST POINTS
SPAIN 6 2 8 21 33 43 688
ROMANIA     4 7 10 26 172
ARGENTINA 2 1 2 1 5 13 160
GERMANY   1 3 1 5 19 111
FRANCE   1 1 4 6 10 99
ITALY   1 3 1 3 6 92
AUSTRIA 1 1   1 5 9 91
MOROCCO 1 1   1 1 6 76
YUGOSLAVIA(CROATIA) 1 1       2 61
AUSTRALIA 1       4 8 55
RUSSIA   2     1 4 55



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