Stats Corner: No Americans In Semis

The Sony Ericsson Open has been won by six Americans since 2001, but this year a player from another country will be crowned.

Published March 31, 2011 04:23

Stats Corner: No Americans In Semis
Jennifer Capriati, Serena Williams

MIAMI, FL, USA - For the first time since 2006, the Sony Ericsson Open semifinals will feature no Americans. But that does not change the fact that the USA has flourished at this event, with 10 of its 26 champions, while no other country has more than five (Germany). Americans have been especially dominant recently, winning six of the past 10 titles. How do they compare with other countries the past 10 years (2001-2010)?

USA: 6
Belgium: 2
Belarus: 1
Russia: 1
USA: 5
Russia: 3
Belgium: 1
Serbia: 1
Russia: 6
USA: 5
France: 4
Belgium: 2
Greece: 1
Israel: 1
Switzerland: 1

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