By mabc95 | CryptoPlays | 23 Sep 2020

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Yesterday was the end of the WTA Rome’s Premier 5, leaving Simona Halep as the champion. Let’s recap some interesting numbers and stats from this week:


A total of 1182 games were played

The average games per match were 21.49 and the median was 19

The distribution for this tournament was “pseudo” bimodal:  17 to 19 games per match (16 out of 55, or about 29.1%) and 29 to 31 games per match (7 out of 55, or about 12.7%).


67.27% of the time the favorite player won (based on the ranking)

69.09% of the matches were solved in 2 straight sets

43.75% of the 3 set matches (7 out of 16) were comebacks (the winner lost the first set)


Eight bagels (a.k.a 6-0) and 18 tiebreaks (a.k.a 7-6). One match had 2 bagels made by Azarenka against Kenin in the second round. One match had 2 tiebreaks won by Anisimova against Vekic in the first round. Three walkovers were presented, two of them in Halep matches, against Putintseva (QF) and Pliskova (F)


The ‘easiest’ match was the Azarenka-Kenin 6-0 / 6-0 played on the 2nd round (12 games played)

The ‘toughest’ match was the Yastremska-Giorgi 7-5 / 6-7 / 6-4 played on the first round (35 games played)

Halep obtained her 3rd Rome title and 22nd title in her career.




The graphs were made by me, using Excel.

If you want to use this kind of stats for your betting strategies on places like STAKE.COM, feel free to do it but always be careful and avoid the gambling addiction.


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