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2013 By The Numbers: Titles By Rank, Age, And Other Statistics

Best Of 2013

Nadal© AFP/Getty ImagesRafael Nadal leads the ATP World Tour with in singles titles won this season.

ATPWorldTour.com takes a look at the 2013 season by the numbers.

In part one we look at the leaders in singles titles on the ATP World Tour - overall, by age, nationality, and other categories.

SINGLES TITLE LEADERS

Rafael Nadal made a successful return to the ATP World Tour after an eight-month layoff due to knee injury. In the 10 months since the Spaniard's comeback, he has erased any doubt about his place at the top of the game.

Singles Title Leaders By Surface
Player Total Clay Grass Hard
Rafael Nadal 10 6 4
Novak Djokovic 7 1 6
Juan Martin del Potro 4 4
Andy Murray 4 2 2
Richard Gasquet 3 3
David Ferrer 2 1 1
Fabio Fognini 2 2
Ernests Gulbis 2 2
Tommy Haas 2 1 1
John Isner 2 1 1
Nicolas Mahut 2 2
Milos Raonic 2 2
Tommy Robredo 2 2
Mikhail Youzhny 2 1 1


WINNERS BY AGE

Though slightly less than in 2012, the 30-and-over set continued to hold their ground this year, winning 16 titles. Tommy Haas (35) and Bernard Tomic (20) bookend the winners list.

Age Titles
20 1
21
22 3
23 1
24 5
25 8
26 17
27 10
28 3
29 1
30 4
31 7
32 2
33
34 1
35 2


YOUNGEST FINALS:

Brisbane - Andy Murray (25) d. Grigor Dimitrov (21)
Sydney - Bernard Tomic (20) d. Kevin Anderson (26)

OLDEST FINALS:

Munich - Tommy Haas (35) d. Philipp Kohlschreiber (29)
Bogota - Ivo Karlovic (34) d. Alejandro Falla (29)

30-OVER FINALS:

Valencia - Mikhail Youzhny (31) d. David Ferrer (31)
Newport - Nicolas Mahut (31) d. Lleyton Hewitt (32)
Halle - Roger Federer (31) d. Mikhail Youzhny (30)

WINNERS/FINALISTS BY SEED

Seed W-L
No. 1 18-12
No. 2 13-9
No. 3 6-9
No. 4 2-6
No. 5 7-2
No. 6 2-2
No. 7 1-1
No. 8 1-3
Nos. 9-16 2-3
Nos. 17-32 0-0
Unseeded 13-18
No. 1 vs. No. 2 3-6

ALL-TOP-10 FINALS

Australian Open - Novak Djokovic (1) d. Andy Murray (3)
Marseille - Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (8) d. Tomas Berdych (6)
Duba - Novak Djokovic (1) d. Tomas Berdych (6)
Acapulco Rafael Nadal (5) d. David Ferrer (4)
Indian Wells - Rafael Nadal (5) d. Juan Martin del Potro (7)
Miami - Andy Murray (3) d. David Ferrer (5)
Monte Carlo - Novak Djokovic (1) d. Rafael Nadal (5)
Rome - Rafael Nadal (5) d. Roger Federer (3)
Roland Garros - Rafael Nadal (4) d. David Ferrer (5)
Wimbledon - Andy Murray (2) d. Novak Djokovic (1)
US Open - Rafael Nadal (2) d. Novak Djokovic (1)
Beijing - Novak Djokovic (1) d. Rafael Nadal (2)
Shanghai - Novak Djokovic (2) d. Juan Martin del Potro (5)
Basel - Juan Martin del Potro (5) d. Roger Federer (6)
Paris - Novak Djokovic (2) d. David Ferrer (3)
London - Novak Djokovic (2) d. Rafael Nadal (1)

SINGLES TITLES (19)/FINALS (24) BY COUNTRY

Country W-L Winners
Spain 17-18 Nadal-10, Ferrer-2, Robredo-2, Granollers, Lopez, Montanes
Serbia 8-2 Djokovic-7, Tipsarevic
France 7-8 Gasquet-3, Mahut-2, Simon, Tsonga
Argentina 7-5 del Potro-4, Berlocq, Monaco, Zeballos
Great Britain 4-1 Murray-4
Switzerland 2-5 Federer, Wawrinka
Germany 2-4 Haas-2
Canada 2-2 Raonic-2
Russia 2-2 Youzhny-2
United States 2-2 Isner-2
Croatia 2-1 Cilic, Karlovic
Italy 2-1 Fognini-2
Latvia 2-0 Gulbis-2


ALL-COUNTRYMEN FINALS

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)
Metz - Gilles Simon d. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA)

DOUBLE BAGELS

There was one double bagel in 2012 and none in 2011 and 2010.

Roger Federer d. Mischa Zverev in Halle QF
Jarkko Nieminen d. David Goffin in 1R Rotterdam
Mohammed Safwat d. Jabor Mohammed Ali Mutawawa in 1R Doha

30-OVER WINNERS

2013 marks the most number of 30-over winners (16) since 1975, which saw 19 titles won by players over 30 years of age.

Player Tournament Age
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
Jurgen Melzer Winston-Salem 32 yrs., 3 months
Tommy Haas Vienna 35 yrs., 6 months
Mikhail Youzhny Valencia 31 yrs., 4 months


21-UNDER WINNERS

Player Tournament Age
Bernard Tomic Sydney 20 yrs., 2 months


WINNERS OUTSIDE THE TOP 100

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 (12)

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)
Novak Djokovic - Beijing
Novak Djokovic - Shanghai
Juan Martin del Potro - Basel
Novak Djokovic - London Finale

WINNERS AFTER SAVING MATCH POINTS

Player Tournament/Round/Opponent M.P. Saved
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Marseille QF - d. Tomic 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(10) 5
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Marseille F - d. Berdych 3-6, 7-6(6), 6-4 1
Andy Murray Miami F - d. Ferrer 2-6, 6-4, 7-6(1) 1
Fabio Fognini Hamburg F - d. Delbonis 4-6, 7-6(8), 6-2 3
Mikhail Youzhny Gstaad QF - d. Monaco 5-7, 6-4, 7-6(7) 3
John Isner Atlanta F - d. Anderson 6-7(3), 7-6(2), 7-6(2) 2
Joao Sousa Kuala Lumpur F - d. Benneteau 2-6, 7-5, 6-4 1


THE LAST TIME IN 2013 THAT...

... No. 1 and No. 2 seeds reached a final: No. 2 Novak Djokovic d. No. 1 Rafael Nadal - London-Finals (nine times in 2013, 12 times total in 2012, 11 in 2011) ... the top four seeds reached the semi-finals: Bangkok: 1. Tomas Berdych, 2. Richard Gasquet, 3. Milos Raonic, 4. Gilles Simon (also Australian Open, San Jose, Dubai)

... a player won the title without dropping serve: Ivo Karlovic (61 games) - Bogota; also Milos Raonic (39 games) - San Jose

... two left-handed players contested a final: Horacio Zeballos d. Rafael Nadal - Vina del Mar

... two unseeded players contested a final: Ivo Karlovic d. Alejandro Falla - Bogota (also Nice, Bucharest, Delray Beach, Sydney)

... two players outside the Top 100 contested a final: Ivo Karlovic (155) d. Alejandro Falla (122) - Bogota (also Delray Beach)

... a player outside Top 100 won a title: Ivo Karlovic (No. 155) - Bogota (four times overall in 2013)

... an unseeded player won a title: Mikhail Youzhny - Valencia (13 times overall in 2013)

... a wild card won a title: Juan Martin del Potro (d. Raonic) - Tokyo (six wild card winners in 2013)

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