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2013 By The Numbers: First-Time Winners, Qualifiers, and Doubles

Best Of 2013

Tomic© Getty ImagesBernard Tomic won his first ATP World Tour title at the 2013 Apia International Sydney.

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

In part two we look at the ATP World Tour's first-time winners, wild card winners, best-performing qualifiers and some statistics about this year's doubles teams.

FIRST-TIME WINNERS

Players trying to win their first ATP World Tour title this season were 8-8 in finals. In 2012, the only first-time winner was 23-year-old Martin Klizan (St. Petersburg).

Player 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
Joao Sousa 24 Kuala Lumpur
Grigor Dimitrov 22 Stockholm


WILD CARD WINNERS

Rafael Nadal - Sao Paulo (W)
Nicolas Mahut - Newport (W)
Juan Monaco - Dusseldorf (W)
Juan Martin del Potro - Washington (W), Tokyo (W)
Gilles Simon - Metz (W)

WINNING TITLES WITHOUT LOSING A SET

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
Gilles Simon 8 Metz (four wins)


LONGEST WINNING STREAK

Player Matches Duration
Novak Djokovic 24 Sept. 30 - current (going into 2014)
Rafael Nadal 22 April 22 - June 24
Rafael Nadal 22 Aug. 5 - Oct. 6
Rafael Nadal 18 Feb. 18 - April 21
Novak Djokovic 17* 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

*This number only counts matches in 2013. The streak is 22 matches long, extending back into 2012.

QUALIFYING LEADERS
The players who qualified for most ATP World Tour main draws.

Player No. of Draws Best Result - Tournament
Daniel Brands 6 SF - Doha
Benjamin Becker 6 2R - Cincinnati
Somdev Devvarman 5 3R - Washington
Ernests Gulbis 5 Winner - Delray Beach
Jan Hajek 5 3R - Hamburg
Jan Hernych 5 QF - Newport
Daniel Munoz-de la Nava 5 QF - Delray Beach
Julian Reister 5 QF - Buenos Aires
Michal Przysiezny 5 24 - Roland Garros, Tokyo, Valencia
Tim Smyczek 5 2R - San Jose
Dmitry Tursunov 5 SF - Marseille


DOUBLES TITLE LEADERS

Player Titles
Bob Bryan 11
Mike Bryan 11
Bruno Soares 6
Alexander Peya 5
David Marrero 4
Raven Klaasen 3
Max Mirnyi 3
Jamie Murray 3
Leander Paes 3
John Peers 3
Edouard Roger-Vasselin 3
Horia Tecau 3
Nenad Zimonjic 3


TOP 10 DOUBLES TEAM RANKINGS

Team Match W-L Finals W-L Match TB W-L (Pct.)
Bryan-Bryan 70-13 11-4 16-10 (.615)
Peya-Soares 55-20 5-5 16-9 (.640)
Dodig-Melo 26-18 1-1 9-8 (.529)
Marrero-Verdasco 37-18 2-1 14-6 (.700)
Granollers-M. Lopez 31-23 0-1 4-7 (.364)
Qureshi-Rojer 29-28 2-2 6-10 (.375)
Paes-Stepanek 14-7 1-0 3-3 (.500)
Fyrstenberg-Matkowski 29-23 1-1 9-8 (.529)
Mirnyi-Tecau 30-18 3-2 4-6 (.400)
Murray-Peers 34-18 3-1 8-4 (.667)


THE LAST TIME IN 2013 THAT...

... a player won title saving match point: Joao Sousa (saved 1 MP in final vs. Benneteau) - Kuala Lumpur

... a player won title by defeating the No. 1 & 2 seeds: Milos Raonic - Bangkok

... a player won both single and doubles finals: Nicolas Mahut (w/Roger-Vasselin) - Newport

... a qualifier reached a final: Mikhail Kukushkin (l. to Gasquet) - Moscow

... a qualifier won title: Nicolas Mahut (d. Wawrinka) - ‘s-Hertogengbosch; also Gulbis - Delray Beach

... a special exempt won title: Joao Sousa (d. Benneteau) - Kuala Lumpur

... an all-three-set tie-break final occurred: Isner d. Anderson 6-7, 7-6. 7-6 (no breaks) - Atlanta

... a player won a final after losing first set 6-0: Marcel Granollers (d. Monaco, 0-6 7-6, 6-4) - Kitzbuehel

... a semi-final and final were played on the same day: Newport

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