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SAP: 10 Fun Stats From Madrid

Who's hit the most aces in a match? How many matches have gone to three sets? Who's had the most deuces? Check out 10 fun stats from the Mutua Madrid Open so far, courtesy of SAP.

Published May 08, 2014 12:14

MADRID, Spain - With three rounds in the books, we thought it would be a good time to have a look back at the very best stats so far from the Mutua Madrid Open. Here they are, courtesy of SAP!

1) Most Aces In A Match (one player)
11 - Serena Williams did it twice, in her first round and second round matches

2) Most Aces In A Match (both players combined)
17 - Sam Stosur and Garbiñe Muguruza in the second round (8 for Stosur, 9 for Muguruza)

3) Total Aces Vs Total Double Faults (for the tournament)
282 aces to 328 double faults

4) Average Match Length
1:40

5) Shortest Match
0:54 - Lucie Safarova over Magdalena Rybarikova in the second round, 6-1 6-2

6) Longest Match
3:09 - Francesca Schiavone over Elena Vesnina in the first round, 6-4, 6-7(3) 6-4

7) Most Deuces In A Match
30 - again, Schiavone against Vesnina in the first round

8) Most Deuces In A Game
9 - twice: Zheng Jie against Mariana Duque-Mariño and Roberta Vinci against Caroline Wozniacki

9) Matches Finished With Holds Vs Breaks
37 of 55 matches were finished with the winner holding serve (18 of 55 ended on breaks)

10) Straight Set Vs Three Set Matches
19 of 55 matches went to three sets, 36 of 55 were won in straight sets

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