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Stats Corner: French Open Final Analysis

Who has the edge in Saturday's Roland Garros championship match between Li Na and Francesca Schiavone, according to the numbers.

Published June 03, 2011 05:59

Stats Corner: French Open Final Analysis
Francesca Schiavone, Li Na

PARIS, France - It seems not much separates Li Na and Francesca Schiavone when trying to predict a favorite for Saturday's French Open final. In addition to both having four career titles, they have split their four previous encounters, each winning two in straight sets and each winning one at a major, although Schiavone did win their one clash on clay in the third round here last year en route to the title.

Here is an in-depth statistical analysis of the finalists:

This Fortnight Li Schiavone
Record In Sets 12-2, 85.71% 11-2, 84.62%
Record In Games 83-52, 61.48% 72-45, 61.54%
Time Spent On Court 10 hours, 18 minutes 10 hours, 13 minutes
Average Rank Of Opponent 54.5 41.7

 
Career Li Schiavone
WTA Match Record 236-116, 67.05% 387-274, 58.55%
French Open Record 15-4, 78.95% 35-10, 77.78%
Grand Slam Record 55-22, 71.43% 92-44, 67.65%
Record In WTA Finals 4-5, 44.44% 4-10, 28.57%
WTA Record On Clay 54-22, 71.05% 133-72, 64.88%
Record In WTA Clay Finals 0-2, 00.00% 3-2, 60.00%

 
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