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Key stats from the Australian Open finals that you should know!

The Australian Open has just come to a conclusion! Novak Djoković won the final match against Rafael Nadal and in the process, collected the 15th Grand Slam title of his career! Do you want to see some numbers relating to this match? Let’s have a look at the statistics, analyzed by STATSCORE!

26 – Only 26 games were played in this year’s final. Djokovic crushed Nadal in three sets – 6:3 6:2 6:3. when was the last time a losing player won less than 8 games in the whole match? 2003, Andre Agassi beat the German Rainer Schuttler, 6:2 6:2 6:1

7– It was the 7th Australian Open win for the Serbian player. He was playing the deciding match against Nadal for the second time in his career (he beat Nadal in 2012). Who else has he played in finals at the Australian Open? Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (2008) and Andy Murray (2011,2013,2015 and 2016). What is interesting? Djokovic won all 6 of these matches too!

51 – Nadal won 51% (24/47) of points on his first service during the match. It couldn’t have ended well.

5 – The Serbian player broke Nadal’s serve 5 times during the final.

Experience more: See all of the stats from Australian Open finals in STATSCORE ScoreFrame!

And what about ladies’s Grand Finale? Naomi Osaka was on fire till the end!

1 – Naomi Osaka became the first Japanese champion of the Australian Open and the first Asian world no.1 after defeating Petra Kvitova in the final 7:6 (7-2), 5:7, 6:4.

59– Osaka also served the most aces among the women with 59. That’s over 8 per game!

If you want to get in touch to find out more, just contact our Customer Success Team at cst@statscore.com. We will be more than happy to schedule a call and discuss how wecan help your organization!

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