Wednesday 22 May 2013

WTTC 2013 Tournament Statistics

I am lucky enough to be able to present to you some statistics collated by a good friend of mine Matt Solt a.k.a TTGuru. Matt works endlessly over the tournament to database the result of every match so he can organise these statistics, it is not easy work!


The match with the highest total points was in the Men's Singles Round of 64:
Cho Eon Rae (KOR) beat Taku Takakiwa (JAP) 10-12, 13-11, 19-21, 6-11, 11-6, 11-6, 11-8. (156 points).
The matches with the lowest total points were in the Women's Singles Group Stage:

Alina Arlouskaya (BLR) beat Noura Almaazmi (UAE) 11-2, 11-1, 11-1, 11-1. (49 points).
Hu Limei (CHN) beat Illirjana Haliti (KOS) 11-2, 11-2, 11-0, 11-1. (49 points).


Most Common Game Score: 11-7 (916 occurances, 13.79% of all games)
Highest Games Score:           21-19 (Cho vs. Takakiwa 3rd game & Zhu vs. Jiang 6th game)
Number of Donuts (11-0):      16

Number of Walkovers:          88
Number of Disqualifications: 1
Number of Injury WDs:         1


Singles:             Matches          Games             Points
Men's                     520                 2562               45689
Women's                399                 1905               33461
Total                      919                 4467               79150

Doubles:           Matches          Games             Points
Men's                    161                  695                 12786
Women's               120                  529                   9517
Mixed                    207                  951                 17180
Total                     488                 2175                39483

Totals:              Matches          Games             Points
Men's                    681                 3257                58475
Women's               519                 2434                42978
Mixed                    207                  951                17180
Total                   1407                6642               118633 

TTGuru selects Kenta Matsudaira as his outstanding player award. A selection I can definitely agree with!


  1. Being a stats man myself I don't need to say how much I enjoyed this post.

    Kenta definitely deserves the outstanding player award!

    Out of interest who was disqualified and why?

  2. The gentleman who was disqualified is none other than Quadri Aruna from Nigeria. He was DSQ'd in his second preliminary round against Hugo Calderano.
    Perhaps he showed up with no shoes or something ;)
    So that's why Hugo made it to the main draw!

    Thanks for taking an interest in these stats Ben!
    Plenty left in the bag ;)

  3. By the way, that was not in any way meant to sound racist, I was just referring to Qaudri Aruna's spectacular point during the Olympics where he finished a point after his shoe had come off!
    Classic moment :P

  4. Haha, I thought that was a bit of a risky comment but now I understand :)


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