Which WTA players lost most frequently to tournament champions in 2022? Jack Edward investigates.
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Losing to a Tournament’s Eventual Champion in 2022: ATP
Which ATP players lost the most to tournament champions this year?
A Scatterbrained Day at Wimbledon
Jack Edward’s manic day at Wimbledon.
Jenson Brooksby’s Superpower
How did Jenson Brooksby beat Tsitsipas? How high is his ceiling?
The Emotional Intensity of Live Tennis
Jack Edward went to watch his friend Anna Brogan play in a W25 ITF event. The takeaway? Emotional investment wrecks analyzing ability.
The Effectiveness of Barty’s Slice in Australia
Barty’s devastating slice backhand has been carving up opponents Down Under.
Players Prone to an Upset at the Australian Open: Second Round
Who’s on upset alert in the Round of 64?
Seeded Players Prone to an Early Exit at the Australian Open
Who’s on upset alert for the Australian Open?
Berrettini v Medvedev: Who Has The Best Shot?
What were the best shots on court in Daniil Medvedev’s 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-4 win over Matteo Berrettini?
Losing to a Tournament’s Eventual Champion: Part Two (WTA)
Part Two of Jack Edward’s statistical dive into which WTA players lost to eventual tournament champions the most in 2021.