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Andre Ghem
Court 9 - Men's Qual Singles - Round 1
BRA
 
1
64
 
 
 
Match Completed
Points
1
2
3
4
5
CZE
 
6
77
 
 
 
Elapsed Time by Set:
18
50
Adam Pavlasek

SET 1 STATISTICS

Andre Ghem
Stats
Adam Pavlasek
0
Aces
2
1
Double faults
1
10/15 (67 %)
1st serves in
17/23 (74 %)
6/10 (60 %)
1st serve points won
14/17 (82 %)
1/5 (20 %)
2nd serve points won
3/6 (50 %)
0/1 (0 %)
Break points won
2/3 (67 %)
0
Winners
2
1
Unforced errors
1
13
Total points won
25
Andre Ghem
Adam Pavlasek
Total
1st Serve
2nd Serve
 
1st Serve
2nd Serve
Total
Andre Ghem
Adam Pavlasek
Total
1st Serve
2nd Serve
 
1st Serve
2nd Serve
Total
Andre Ghem
Adam Pavlasek
Winners
Forced Errors
Unforced Errors
 
Winners
Forced Errors
Unforced Errors
FH
BH
FH
BH
FH
BH
 
FH
BH
FH
BH
FH
BH

SET 2 STATISTICS

Andre Ghem
Stats
Adam Pavlasek
2
Aces
3
38/48 (79 %)
1st serves in
20/39 (51 %)
22/38 (58 %)
1st serve points won
14/20 (70 %)
6/10 (60 %)
2nd serve points won
12/19 (63 %)
1/2 (50 %)
Break points won
1/4 (25 %)
2
Winners
3
41
Total points won
46
Andre Ghem
Adam Pavlasek
Total
1st Serve
2nd Serve
 
1st Serve
2nd Serve
Total
Andre Ghem
Adam Pavlasek
Total
1st Serve
2nd Serve
 
1st Serve
2nd Serve
Total
Andre Ghem
Adam Pavlasek
Winners
Forced Errors
Unforced Errors
 
Winners
Forced Errors
Unforced Errors
FH
BH
FH
BH
FH
BH
 
FH
BH
FH
BH
FH
BH

MATCH STATISTICS

Andre Ghem
Stats
Adam Pavlasek
2
Aces
5
1
Double faults
1
48/63 (76 %)
1st serves in
37/62 (60 %)
28/48 (58 %)
1st serve points won
28/37 (76 %)
7/15 (47 %)
2nd serve points won
15/25 (60 %)
1/3 (33 %)
Break points won
3/7 (43 %)
2
Winners
5
1
Unforced errors
1
54
Total points won
71
Andre Ghem
Adam Pavlasek
Total
1st Serve
2nd Serve
 
1st Serve
2nd Serve
Total
Andre Ghem
Adam Pavlasek
Total
1st Serve
2nd Serve
 
1st Serve
2nd Serve
Total
Andre Ghem
Adam Pavlasek
Winners
Forced Errors
Unforced Errors
 
Winners
Forced Errors
Unforced Errors
FH
BH
FH
BH
FH
BH
 
FH
BH
FH
BH
FH
BH

KEYS TO THE MATCH

Key Strength
Key Strength
KEY STRENGTH:  
The Key Strength indicates how important this key is to the match.

The importance is determined by the distribution of data available for the player, the player's opponent and other analytical factors used to define the key.
KEY STATUS INDICATOR:
Day 13
Saturday, 31 January 2015
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