Congratulations to Rafael Nadal. Last night Nadal demolished his wounded rival Roger Federer 64, 62 in the quarterfinal round at the BNP Paribas Open. Nadal’s win improves his record against the Swiss great to 19-10.
Federer shouldn’t feel too bad because Nadal has just as many wins against current World No. 1 Novak Djokovic. And he has lopsided records against David Ferrer, world No. 6 Tomas Berdych and in fact the rest of the players at the very top.
Overall, Nadal has won his last 11 matches against his fellow Top 10s since Federer beat him last year at Indian Wells.
Here’s the breakdown of Rafa’s head to heads against the Top 10 players:
|Rafael Nadal vs.||
|1 Novak Djokovic||19||14||0.576|
|2 Roger Federer||19||10||0.655|
|3 Andy Murray||13||5||0.722|
|4 David Ferrer||17||4||0.810|
|6 Tomas Berdych||12||3||0.800|
|7 Juan Martin Del Potro||7||3||0.700|
|8 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga||7||3||0.700|
|9 Janko Tipsarevic||3||0||1.000|
|10 Richard Gasquet||10||0||1.000|
Djokovic has been much better recently against Nadal, but this chart signals pure domination. Winning 72% of matches over the best of the best is quite an achievement.
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