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09/29/2004 - Delray Beach Tournament Statistics

1. Introduction

12 tournaments took place since 1993 to 2004. 6 tournaments since 1993 to 1998 took place in Coral Springs and in 1999 the tournament was moved to Delray Beach (where next 6 events took place).

2. Australian triumph

5 years in a row australians were the winners (1995 - 1999).

3. Tournament participation

7 - Vincente SPADEA(USA)
6 - Mark WOODFORDE(AUS), Sandon STOLLE(AUS)

4. Players who have the greatest number of matches in tournament

16 - Jan-Michael GAMBILL(USA), Xavier MALISSE(BEL)
15 - Vincente SPADEA(USA), Mark WOODFORD(AUS)

5. One attempt - one title

Lleyton Hewitt(AUS) in 1999 and Luiz MATTAR(BRA) in 1994 took part in tournament for only one time and became winners.

6. Second winner from Brasil

Ricardo MELLO(BRA) is the second man from Brasil who claimed the title (2004). The first one was Luiz MATTAR(BRA) in 1994.

7. Real threat

Ricardo MELLO(BRA) established an amazing record this year (2004). In the same tournament he managed to win matches with top three seeded players!

2nd Round: Mardy FISH(USA)(2)
Semi-final: Mario ANCIC(CRO)(3)
Final: Vincente SPADEA(USA)(1)

8. Fight who seeded

Todd WOODBRIDGE(AUS) has the greatest number of wins with seeded players in one tournament (4 from 4 possible).
In 1995 he won in a row 2nd - 7; QF - 2; SF - 4; F - 6.

9. How to play with seeded guy

Jan-Michael GAMBILL(USA) won the tournament twice in 2001 and 2003 and on both tournaments he was seeded under 4 number and had no matches with other seeded players.
In 2000, 2002 and 2004 he lost all the matches with seeded players.
In 2000 Stefan KOUBEK(AUT) also became a winner without playing with seeded players.

10. Stories about seeded players

Players who were seeded under number 1 never won the tournament and 5 times from 12 lost their matches at first round.
The greatest number of seeded players which lost at first round: 2003, 2004 - 5

11. Don't lose a set

Todd MARTIN(USA) in 1993 was the only one player who haven't lost a single set in one tournament.

12. The greatest number of games

Most durable match by games number(38) 1996: 1st Round: Nicolas LAPENTTI(ECU) d. Wade MCGUIRE(USA) 5-7, 7-6(9), 7-6(8)
2004: [35 games] 1st Round: Hugo ARMANDO(USA) d. Max MIRNYI(BLR) 3-6, 7-6(5), 7-6(8)

13. Proportion of 2-set and 3-set matches (without retirement and default matches)

Most:
2003: 79.31 % (23-6)
1993: 77.42 % (24-7)
1999,2001: 73.33 % (22-8)
Least:
2000: 46.67 % (14-16)
2004: 48.39 % (15-16)
2002: 51.72 % (15-14)

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

In 1998 Andrew ILIE(AUS) became a winner.
In 2000 Alex CALATRAVA(ESP) achieved final match.
In 2004 Hugo ARMANDO(USA) played in quarterfinal.

Number of matches which were won by qualifiers:
1998 - 8
1997,2001 - 6
2000 - 5, 2004 - 4.

1995 was the only one year when qualifiers couldn't win not a single match.

15. Number of tie-breaks in one tournament

Most:
2000 - 17
2001 - 16
1995 - 15
Least:
1993, 1998 - 5
1997, 2003 - 8

In 2004 11 tiebreaks were played.

16. Number of played matches by countries

United States: 224 (w:111 - l:113)
Australia: 107 (70 - 37)
Spain: 43 (17 - 26)
France: 41 (19 - 22)
Sweden: 36 (20 - 16)
Brazil: 35 (21 - 14)
Argentina: 34 (15 - 19)
Belgium: 32 (18 - 14)

17. Retirement matches

The greatest number of retirement matches 2: 1997, 2002, 2003
In 1993, 1998, and 2004 all matches finished without retirement.
The shortest retirement match took place in 2002:
2nd Round: Paradorn SRICHAPHAN(THA) d. Nicolas MASSU(CHI) 2-1

18. Points breakdown by countries

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
UNITED STATES 3 5 7 13 30 58 582
AUSTRALIA 5 1 6 7 9 14 386
BRAZIL 2   1 3 2 8 123
BELGIUM   2 2 1 2 7 99
SWEDEN   1 1 3 7 4 88
FRANCE     2 4 5 11 88
SPAIN   1   3 7 15 84
ARGENTINA     2 3 3 11 74
ITALY 1 1     1 2 64
AUSTRIA 1       4 4 51
GREAT BRITAIN   1   1 1   35



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