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Djokovic© Getty ImagesNovak Djokovic is one of seven different players to win a title without dropping a set in 2013.

ATPWorldTour.com breaks down the 2013 season so far by the numbers.

Winning Titles Without Losing a Set (8)

Player Sets Won Tournament
Milos Raonic 8 San Jose (four wins)
Juan Martin del Potro 10 Rotterdam
Kei Nishikori 9 Memphis
Novak Djokovic 10 Dubai
Rafael Nadal 10 Acapulco
Rafael Nadal 10 Barcelona
Albert Montanes 8 Nice (four wins)
Nicolas Mahut 10 's-Hertogenbosch

Longest Winning Streaks

Player Matches Duration
Rafael Nadal 22 April 22-June 24
Rafael Nadal 18 Feb. 11-April 21
Novak Djokovic 17 (22 back to ’12) Jan. 14-Mar. 16
Fabio Fognini 13 July 8-July 28
Andy Murray 13 June 10-August 8
Andy Murray 10 Jan. 1-Jan. 27
David Ferrer 9 Jan. 7-Jan. 26
David Ferrer 9 Feb. 18-Mar. 2
Stanislas Wawrinka 9 April 29-May 12

Singles Title Leaders: By Surface

Player Total Clay Grass Hard
Rafael Nadal 9 6   3
Andy Murray 4   2 2
Novak Djokovic 3 1   2
Juan Martin del Potro 2     2
David Ferrer 2 1   1
Fabio Fognini 2 2    
Richard Gasquet 2     2
John Isner 2 1   1
Nicolas Mahut 2   2  
Tommy Robredo 2 2    

Winners/Finalists By Seed (48):

Seed W-L (2012)
No. 1 13-6 (24-9)
No. 2 8-8 (14-11)
No. 3 5-6 (14-9)
No. 4 1-6 (6-9)
No. 5 7-1 (0-1)
No. 6 1-1 (2-3)
No. 7 0-1 (1-2)
No. 8 1-3 (1-1)
Nos. 9-16 1-1 (0-3)
Nos. 17-32 0-0 (0-0)
Unseeded 11-15 (4-18)
No. 1 vs. No. 2 2-3 (7-5)

All Countrymen Finals (5):

Montpellier                    Richard Gasquet d. Benoit Paire (FRA)
Acapulco                      Rafael Nadal d. David Ferrer (ESP)
Barcelona                     Rafael Nadal d. Nicolas Almagro (ESP)
Munich                         Tommy Haas d. Philipp Kohlschreiber (GER)
Roland Garros               Rafael Nadal d. David Ferrer (ESP)

Bagels of the Year:

There have been three double bagels in 2013: Roger Federer d. Mischa Zverev in Halle QF; Jarkko Nieminen d. David Goffin in Rotterdam 1R; Mohammed Safwat d. Jabor Mohammed Ali Mutawawa in 1st Rd. of Doha. There was one double bagel in 2012 (none in 2010-11) 

Singles Titles (16)/Finals (23) By Country

(2012) W-L Winners
ESP (14-7) 16-12 Nadal-9, Ferrer-2, Robredo-2, Granollers, Lopez, Montanes
FRA (4-11) 5-5 Gasquet-2, Mahut-2, Tsonga
ARG (8-4) 5-4 del Potro-2, Berlocq, Montanes, Zeballos
GBR (3-4) 4-1 Murray-4
SRB (7-7) 4-1 Djokovic-3, Tipsarevic
SUI (6-4) 2-3 Federer, Wawrinka
USA (5-3) 2-2 Isner-2
CRO (2-1) 2-1 Cilic, Karlovic
ITA (2-4) 2-1 Fognini-2
GER (2-4) 1-4 Haas
CZE (2-2) 1-2 Rosol
RUS (1-0) 1-2 Youzhny
AUS (0-2) 1-1 Tomic
CAN (2-2) 1-1 Raonic
JPN (1-0) 1-0 Nishikori
LAT (0-0) 1-0 Gulbis

30-Over Winners (13) – Equals last year’s total
David Ferrer, Auckland              30 yrs., 9 months
David Ferrer, Buenos Aires        30 yrs., 10 months
Tommy Robredo, Casablanca    30 yrs., 11 months
Tommy Haas, Munich                35 yrs., 1 month
Albert Montanes, Nice               32 yrs., 6 months
Roger Federer, Halle                  31 yrs., 10 months
Feliciano Lopez, Eastbourne      31 yrs., 9 months
Nicolas Mahut, ‘s-Hertogenbosch 31 yrs., 5 months
Nicolas Mahut, Newport             31 yrs., 5 months
Carlos Berlocq, Bastad              30 yrs., 5 months
Ivo Karlovic, Bogota                   34 yrs., 4 months
Mikhail Youzhny, Gstaad           31 yrs., 1 month
Tommy Robredo, Umag             31 yrs., 2 months

21-Under Winners (1)
Bernard Tomic, Sydney             20 yrs.,2 months             

Outside Top 100 Winners (4)
Ernests Gulbis (Q), Delray Beach           No. 109
Nicolas Mahut (Q), ‘s-Hertogenbosch     No. 240
Nicolas Mahut (WC), Newport                 No. 127
Ivo Karlovic, Bogota                              No. 155

Repeat Winners (8)
Andy Murray                 Brisbane
David Ferrer                  Auckland (three-peat)
Novak Djokovic              Australian Open (three-peat)
Milos Raonic                 San Jose (three-peat)
David Ferrer                  Buenos Aires
Rafael Nadal                 Barcelona (three-peat)
Rafael Nadal                 Rome
Rafael Nadal                 Roland Garros (four-peat)

Match Point(s) Saved Winners (5)

Player Tournament/Opponent Round M.P. Saved
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Marseille – d. Bernard Tomic 46 63 76(10)
d. Tomas Berdych 36 76(6) 64
QF
Final
Saved 5 M.P.
Saved 1 M.P.
Andy Murray Miami - d. David Ferrer 26 64 76(1) Final Saved 1 M.P.
Fabio Fognini Hamburg – d. Federico Delbonis 46 76(8) 62 Final Saved 3 M.P.
Mikhail Youzhny Gstaad – d. Juan Monaco 57 64 76(7) QF Saved 3 M.P.
John Isner Atlanta - d. Kevin Anderson 67(3) 76(2) 76(2) Final Saved 2 M.P.

First-Time ATP Winners (6) – Players trying to win their first ATP World Tour title this season are 6-7 in finals. Last year the only first-time winner was: Martin Klizan (23), St. Petersburg (1-15 in finals in 2012)

  Age Tournament
Bernard Tomic 20 Sydney
Horacio Zeballos 27 Vina del Mar
Lukas Rosol 27 Bucharest
Nicolas Mahut 31 's-Hertogenbosch
Carlos Berlocq 30 Bastad
Fabio Fognini 26 Stuttgart

Wild Card Winners (5-3 in 2013, 3-3 in 2012, 2-2 in 2011, 3-2 in 2010)
Rafael Nadal (L), Vina del Mar; Sao Paulo (W)   
David Ferrer, Oeiras (L)
Juan Monaco (W), Dusseldorf
Gael Monfils (L), Nice
Nicolas Mahut (W), Newport
Juan Martin del Potro (W), Washington

Longest Finals (Games)

Aust.Open (best-of-5)    Novak Djokovic d. Andy Murray 67(2) 76(3) 63 62 – 43 games
Vina del Mar (best-of-3) John Isner d. Kevin Anderson 67(3) 76(2) 76(2) – 39 games; Horacio Zeballos d. Rafael Nadal 67(2) 76(6) 64 – 36 games

Longest Finals (Time - best-of-5)
Aust. Open       Novak Djokovic d. Andy Murray 67(2) 76(3) 63 62– 3:40

(best-of-3)
Atlanta             John Isner d. Kevin Anderson 67(3) 76(2) 76(2) – 2:54
Vina del Mar      Horacio Zeballos d. Rafael Nadal 67(2) 76(6) 64 – 2:47
Queen’s            Andy Murray d. Marin Cilic 57 75 63 – 2:33

Shortest Finals (Games)
Acapulco           Rafael Nadal d. David Ferrer 60 62 - 14 games
Umag               Tommy Robredo d. Fabio Fognini 60 63 – 15 games
Montreal            Rafael Nadal d. Milos Raonic 62 62 – 16 games
Zagreb              Marin Cilic d. Jurgen Melzer 63 61 – 16 games
Rome                Rafael Nadal d. Roger Federer 61 63 – 16 games

Shortest Completed Finals (Time)
Umag                           Tommy Robredo d. Fabio Fognini 60 63 – 1:02  
Acapulco                      Rafael Nadal d. David Ferrer 60 62 – 1:05
Zagreb                          Marin CIlic d. Jurgen Melzer 63 61 –  1:07
Montreal                       Rafael Nadal d. Milos Raonic 62 62 – 1:08

MISCELLANEOUS FACTS & FIGURES
THE LAST TIME…IN 2013

• No. 1 and No. 2 seeds reached a final: No. 1 John Isner d. No. 2 Kevin Anderson, Atlanta (five times in 2013, 12 times total in 2012, 11 in 2011)
• Top four seeds in semifinals: Dubai: 1. Novak Djokovic, 2. Roger Federer, 3. Tomas Berdych, 4. Juan Martin del Potro  (also in Australian Open, San Jose)
• A player won the title without dropping serve: Ivo Karlovic (61 games), Bogota; also in 2013 Milos Raonic (39 games), San Jose
• An all-left-handed final: Horacio Zeballos d. Rafael Nadal, Vina del Mar
• An all-unseeded final: Ivo Karlovic d. Alejandro Falla, Bogota (Also Nice, Bucharest, Delray Beach, Sydney in 2013)
• An all-outside Top 100 final: Ivo Karlovic (155) d. Alejandro Falla (122), Bogota (also Delray) 
• A player outside Top 100 won title: Ivo Karlovic (No. 155), Bogota (Four times overall in 2013)
•        An unseeded player won a title: Ivo Karlovic, Bogota (11 times overall in 2013)
• A wild card won a title: Juan Martin del Potro, Washington (d. Isner) – Five winners in 2013
• A player won title saving match point: John Isner (Saved 2 MP in Final vs. Anderson,Atlanta) 
• A player won title def. No. 1 & 2 seeds: Fabio Fognini, Stuttgart 
• A player won both finals: Nicolas Mahut (w/Roger-Vasselin), Newport 
• A qualifier reached a final: Federico Delbonis (l. to Fognini), Hamburg 
• A qualifier won title: Nicolas Mahut (d. Wawrinka),‘s-Hertogengbosch; (also Gulbis,Delray Bch)
• An all tie-break final: Atlanta (Isner d. Anderson 67 76 76 – no breaks)
• A player won title after losing first set 60: Marcel Granollers, Kitzbuehel (d. Monaco 06 76 64) 
• Last semi-final and final played on same day: Newport
 
OTHER 2013 STATISTICS…
• The winner in ATP singles finals this year won 33 of 48 times (.688) when capturing the first set. Last year, 52 of 66 times (.788); In 2011, 53 of 65 times (.815); in 2010, 50 of 65 times (.769); in 2009, 52 of 64 times (.813) 
• Last three tie-break match: John Isner d  Kevin Anderson 67 76 76, Atlanta Final (three in ’13)
• The longest singles tie-break was 16-14: Ivo Karlovic d. Igor Sijsling 63 76, 2R Bogota
• The longest doubles tie-break was 12-10: Four times, last in Halle (Knowle-Tecau d. Begemann-Emmrich in 2nd set, 1R
• The longest Match TB was 19-17: Karlovic-Sharan d. Shamasdin-Smith, QF Newport
• Left-handers are: 10-8 in finals (Nadal-9, Zeballos). Last year: 8-6 (five winners), 3-14 in 2011 (Nadal-three titles),14-8 in 2010 (six winners), 8-13 in 2009 
• Players attempting to capture their first ATP World Tour title are 6-7 in finals. Last year: 1-15 in    finals (10-10 in ’11, 5-12 in ’10, 5-13 in ’09, 11-11 in ‘08)


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