Big Four Rankings Breakdown
As the end of 2012 looms near, our site is exploring new ways to look at numbers and tennis stats.
Earning the No. 1 ranking on the ATP Tour is a deceptively tricky thing for a top player. Not only do you have to perform well at Slams, but you also have to pick up points from Masters 1000 events and smaller tournaments. Making the most of any opportunity to pick up points is essential in order to contend for World No. 1, as Roger Federer has shown this year.
So here, we are taking a look at where the “Big Four” of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, and Rafael Nadal picked up their ATP points.
Without further ado, here are some pie charts showing the composition of the Big Four’s ranking points (52 week rolling rankings, not ATP Race):