Fileter out slams won on irrelevant surfaces (grass, green clay and rubber) and see what happens

Fileter out slams won on irrelevant surfaces (grass, green clay and rubber) and see what happens

Post by Jack Russel » Tue, 14 Feb 2006 03:33:52


So only slams on red clay (FO) and cement (USO post 1977) will be
considered.

So in Open Era we have

1. Borg (6 on red clay) and Lendl (3 on red clay , 3 on cement) = 6
slams
3. Sampras (5 on cement) = 5 slams
4. Mcenroe (4 on cement).  Wilander (3 on red clay, 1 on cement) =  4
slams
6. Connors (3 on cement), Agassi (1 on clay, 2 on cement), Kuerten (3
on clay ) = 3 slams
9. Edberg (2 on cement), Courier (2 on clay), Bruguer (2 on clay)

So looks like Borg and Lendl are joint GOATS

1. Graf (6 on clay, 5 on cement) = 11 slams
2. Evert (7 on clay, 3 on cement) = 10 slams
3. Navratilova (2 on clay, 4 on cement) = 6 slams
4. Seles (3 on clay, 2 on cement) = 5 slams
5. Sanchez (3 on clay, 1 on cement) = 4 slams
6. Serena (1 on clay, 2 on cement) , Henin (2 on clay, 1 on cement) = 3
slams
8. Venus (2 on cement), Austin (2 on cement), Mandlikova (1 on clay, 1
on cement) = 2 slams

So looks like Graf is the GOAT

Again proves my theory, Borg, Lendl and Graf are the GOATS, no
questions asked.

 
 
 

Fileter out slams won on irrelevant surfaces (grass, green clay and rubber) and see what happens

Post by Vari L. Cinick » Tue, 14 Feb 2006 03:41:49

Quote:

> So only slams on red clay (FO) and cement (USO post 1977) will be
> considered.

> So in Open Era we have

> 1. Borg (6 on red clay) and Lendl (3 on red clay , 3 on cement) = 6
> slams
> 3. Sampras (5 on cement) = 5 slams
> 4. Mcenroe (4 on cement).  Wilander (3 on red clay, 1 on cement) =  4
> slams
> 6. Connors (3 on cement), Agassi (1 on clay, 2 on cement), Kuerten (3
> on clay ) = 3 slams
> 9. Edberg (2 on cement), Courier (2 on clay), Bruguer (2 on clay)

> So looks like Borg and Lendl are joint GOATS

> 1. Graf (6 on clay, 5 on cement) = 11 slams
> 2. Evert (7 on clay, 3 on cement) = 10 slams
> 3. Navratilova (2 on clay, 4 on cement) = 6 slams
> 4. Seles (3 on clay, 2 on cement) = 5 slams
> 5. Sanchez (3 on clay, 1 on cement) = 4 slams
> 6. Serena (1 on clay, 2 on cement) , Henin (2 on clay, 1 on cement) = 3
> slams
> 8. Venus (2 on cement), Austin (2 on cement), Mandlikova (1 on clay, 1
> on cement) = 2 slams

> So looks like Graf is the GOAT

> Again proves my theory, Borg, Lendl and Graf are the GOATS, no
> questions asked.

Sounds as fair as the Blue Chimp "system".

In other words, this sucks too.

Cheers,

vc

 
 
 

Fileter out slams won on irrelevant surfaces (grass, green clay and rubber) and see what happens

Post by kiru.sen.. » Tue, 14 Feb 2006 03:49:37

Quote:

> So only slams on red clay (FO) and cement (USO post 1977) will be
> considered.

Pure genius

 
 
 

Fileter out slams won on irrelevant surfaces (grass, green clay and rubber) and see what happens

Post by Vari L. Cinick » Tue, 14 Feb 2006 04:09:20

Quote:


>>So only slams on red clay (FO) and cement (USO post 1977) will be
>>considered.

> Pure genius

One more step and even Whisper will endorse it. Throw out the USO too. ;-)

Cheers,

vc

 
 
 

Fileter out slams won on irrelevant surfaces (grass, green clay and rubber) and see what happens

Post by Jack Russel » Tue, 14 Feb 2006 04:15:56

Quote:


> > So only slams on red clay (FO) and cement (USO post 1977) will be
> > considered.

> > So in Open Era we have

> > 1. Borg (6 on red clay) and Lendl (3 on red clay , 3 on cement) = 6
> > slams
> > 3. Sampras (5 on cement) = 5 slams
> > 4. Mcenroe (4 on cement).  Wilander (3 on red clay, 1 on cement) =  4
> > slams
> > 6. Connors (3 on cement), Agassi (1 on clay, 2 on cement), Kuerten (3
> > on clay ) = 3 slams
> > 9. Edberg (2 on cement), Courier (2 on clay), Bruguer (2 on clay)

> > So looks like Borg and Lendl are joint GOATS

> > 1. Graf (6 on clay, 5 on cement) = 11 slams
> > 2. Evert (7 on clay, 3 on cement) = 10 slams
> > 3. Navratilova (2 on clay, 4 on cement) = 6 slams
> > 4. Seles (3 on clay, 2 on cement) = 5 slams
> > 5. Sanchez (3 on clay, 1 on cement) = 4 slams
> > 6. Serena (1 on clay, 2 on cement) , Henin (2 on clay, 1 on cement) = 3
> > slams
> > 8. Venus (2 on cement), Austin (2 on cement), Mandlikova (1 on clay, 1
> > on cement) = 2 slams

> > So looks like Graf is the GOAT

> > Again proves my theory, Borg, Lendl and Graf are the GOATS, no
> > questions asked.

> Sounds as fair as the Blue Chimp "system".

> In other words, this sucks too.

Hahaha... this is a bait for the blue chimpers. Dont bite it.

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Quote:

> Cheers,

> vc

 
 
 

Fileter out slams won on irrelevant surfaces (grass, green clay and rubber) and see what happens

Post by David Henr » Tue, 14 Feb 2006 05:01:38



Quote:


>>>So only slams on red clay (FO) and cement (USO post 1977) will be
>>>considered.

>> Pure genius

> One more step and even Whisper will endorse it. Throw out the USO too. ;-)

> Cheers,

> vc

I have yet to see a system that's infallible, but this comes close -- and I
do see his point.

Rebound Ace and Grass are played on for about three weeks out of the year.
In essence, they're hardly relevant surfaces to today's game.

Rebound Ace is an innovation that has produced some great, great matches,
but is constantly complained about. Grass has been kept around only because
of Wimbledon and posterity. (The surface also serves as a nullifier to Spain
and South American Davis Cup efforts.)

As a sidenote, I wonder if Australia would consider going back to true
grass -- which would be different than Wimbledon's slow whey claycourt
grass -- or even going for an ultra-fast green clay, similar to the US?

I say, Good job!

Dave

 
 
 

Fileter out slams won on irrelevant surfaces (grass, green clay and rubber) and see what happens

Post by stephen » Tue, 14 Feb 2006 05:10:41

Quote:

> So only slams on red clay (FO) and cement (USO post 1977) will be
> considered.

rajajajahahahahaha!

--
"when i visited Aden before collectivization,
all the markets were full of fish product. After
collectivization, the fish immediately disappeared."

- Aleksandr Vassiliev, Soviet KGB official

 
 
 

Fileter out slams won on irrelevant surfaces (grass, green clay and rubber) and see what happens

Post by bob » Tue, 14 Feb 2006 09:55:54

yeah, let's throw out Wimbledon..might as well cancel the tour while you're
at it.

bob


Quote:
> So only slams on red clay (FO) and cement (USO post 1977) will be
> considered.

> So in Open Era we have

> 1. Borg (6 on red clay) and Lendl (3 on red clay , 3 on cement) = 6
> slams
> 3. Sampras (5 on cement) = 5 slams
> 4. Mcenroe (4 on cement).  Wilander (3 on red clay, 1 on cement) =  4
> slams
> 6. Connors (3 on cement), Agassi (1 on clay, 2 on cement), Kuerten (3
> on clay ) = 3 slams
> 9. Edberg (2 on cement), Courier (2 on clay), Bruguer (2 on clay)

> So looks like Borg and Lendl are joint GOATS

> 1. Graf (6 on clay, 5 on cement) = 11 slams
> 2. Evert (7 on clay, 3 on cement) = 10 slams
> 3. Navratilova (2 on clay, 4 on cement) = 6 slams
> 4. Seles (3 on clay, 2 on cement) = 5 slams
> 5. Sanchez (3 on clay, 1 on cement) = 4 slams
> 6. Serena (1 on clay, 2 on cement) , Henin (2 on clay, 1 on cement) = 3
> slams
> 8. Venus (2 on cement), Austin (2 on cement), Mandlikova (1 on clay, 1
> on cement) = 2 slams

> So looks like Graf is the GOAT

> Again proves my theory, Borg, Lendl and Graf are the GOATS, no
> questions asked.

 
 
 

Fileter out slams won on irrelevant surfaces (grass, green clay and rubber) and see what happens

Post by Dave Hazelwoo » Tue, 14 Feb 2006 12:04:51

Quote:

>yeah, let's throw out Wimbledon..might as well cancel the tour while you're
>at it.

nah,  just make sure people know who is the real goat. Borg.
Quote:
>bob



>> So only slams on red clay (FO) and cement (USO post 1977) will be
>> considered.

>> So in Open Era we have

>> 1. Borg (6 on red clay) and Lendl (3 on red clay , 3 on cement) = 6
>> slams
>> 3. Sampras (5 on cement) = 5 slams
>> 4. Mcenroe (4 on cement).  Wilander (3 on red clay, 1 on cement) =  4
>> slams
>> 6. Connors (3 on cement), Agassi (1 on clay, 2 on cement), Kuerten (3
>> on clay ) = 3 slams
>> 9. Edberg (2 on cement), Courier (2 on clay), Bruguer (2 on clay)

>> So looks like Borg and Lendl are joint GOATS

>> 1. Graf (6 on clay, 5 on cement) = 11 slams
>> 2. Evert (7 on clay, 3 on cement) = 10 slams
>> 3. Navratilova (2 on clay, 4 on cement) = 6 slams
>> 4. Seles (3 on clay, 2 on cement) = 5 slams
>> 5. Sanchez (3 on clay, 1 on cement) = 4 slams
>> 6. Serena (1 on clay, 2 on cement) , Henin (2 on clay, 1 on cement) = 3
>> slams
>> 8. Venus (2 on cement), Austin (2 on cement), Mandlikova (1 on clay, 1
>> on cement) = 2 slams

>> So looks like Graf is the GOAT

>> Again proves my theory, Borg, Lendl and Graf are the GOATS, no
>> questions asked.

 
 
 

Fileter out slams won on irrelevant surfaces (grass, green clay and rubber) and see what happens

Post by Whispe » Tue, 14 Feb 2006 21:05:41

Quote:


>>yeah, let's throw out Wimbledon..might as well cancel the tour while you're
>>at it.

> nah,  just make sure people know who is the real goat. Borg.

Yeah, how come Sampras never did this;

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