Sunday, November 27, 2011

Djokovic signs the fifth-best season ever

Novak Djokovic has been terminated a season that will never forget. Ten titles, rising to number 1 and the feeling of being a player from another planet. However, without detracting from the great year of Belgrade, the statistics confirms that it has been the best season of a player in the history of the sport-even recent history-since such names as John McEnroe, Jimmy Connors Roger Federer or have exceeded the general level winning percentage 'Nole'.

The year 1984 of John McEnroe is the closest thing to perfection that has been achieved in the world of the racket. He won 13 titles (Masters Cup, Wimbledon, U.S. Open and tournaments in Philadelphia, Richmond, Madrid, Brussels, Dallas, Forest Hills, Queens, Toronto, San Francisco and Stockholm), played 85 games and signed a background of 82 victories by only three defeats. Or what is the same, a 96.47% success rate. Only his defeat at Roland Garros, Davis Cup and Cincinnati marred an outstanding season.

Exnúmero another American and 1 as Jimmy Connors had been a decade before a season of scandal. Connors won fifteen titles in 1974 (Australia Open, Wimbledon, U.S. Open tournament in Roanoke, Little Rock, Birmimgham, Salisbury, Hampton, Salt Lake City, Tempe, Manchester, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, London and Johannesburg), played 97 parties and signed a background of 93 wins 4 losses only (Omaha, Nottingham, Montreal and San Francisco). A percentage of 95.88% success rate.

The third and fourth step of this ranking is occupied by Roger Federer . In 2005, Federer won 11 titles (Wimbledon, U.S. Open and tournaments in Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, Indian Wells, Miami, Hamburg, Halle, Cincinnati and Bangkok), playing 85 games with a baggage of 81 wins 4 losses only (Tennis Masters Cup, Australia Open, Roland Garros and Monte Carlo) and a success rate of 95.29%. Only a year later, he returned to Basel released another brilliant season in which he won 12 titles (Masters Cup, Australia Open, Wimbledon, U.S. Open and tournaments in Doha, Indian Wells, Miami, Halle, Toronto, Tokyo , Madrid and Basel), played 97 games and signed 92 wins, 5 losses (Roland Garros, Dubai, Monte Carlo, Rome and Cincinnati) and a success rate of 94.85%.

Novak Djokovic has been the latest addition to this list of 'temporadones' in 2011. The Serb has won 10 titles (Australia Open, Wimbledon, U.S. Open and the Dubai tournament, Indian Wells, Miami, Belgrade, Madrid, Rome and Montreal), has played 76 games, winning 70 and losing 6 (Roland Garros, Copa Davis, Cincinnati, and Masters Cup Basiela -2 -) and has signed a success porcenate 92.10%.


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