In the first week of Australian Open, US players hit 107 ACE players to serve faster than men

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 In the first week of Australian Open, US players hit 107 ACE players to serve faster than men


The player with the most ACE balls in the first week: American player Opelka, who played two games at the Australian Open, scored 107 ACE balls in both games, leading the way in ACE balls. For women, Australian first sister Batty scored 24 ACEs in three matches, becoming the biggest ACE player among women players.

One-shot scoring rate: American artillery Isner in his only Australian Open game this year, has a scoring rate of 87%, 107 serves 93 successful scores. But interestingly, Isner made 47 ACEs in that game, and his opponent Opelka, the dominant ACE player, was unwilling to show his weakness, making 40 ACEs. Lapko, a Belarusian woman, retired from the Australian Open after playing less than two sets this year. However, she scored 88% of her first round in this hours competition.

Second-round scoring rate: Australian bad boy Keye Gauss lost to Laonidge in the first round, but he is still the most stable player in the second round with 70% second-round scoring rate. Romanian female athlete Niculescu is on the list again, with 67% of the second-round scoring rate dominating women. Successful score of the second serve: Bulgarian male player Dimitrov has scored 110 points in his four matches so far. For women, the worlds No. 1 Halepp has scored 80 points in succession in his four matches so far, becoming the top female player. But it is worth mentioning that Chinese player Zhang Shuai ranked sixth with 63 points. Breakdown score: Spanish King Nadal has successfully completed 21 breaks in four matches so far. For women, Sharva scored 18 breakpoints in four games. Source of this article: Netease Sports Responsible Editor: Cao Liemen_NS1806

Second-round scoring rate: Australian bad boy Keye Gauss lost to Laonidge in the first round, but he is still the most stable player in the second round with 70% second-round scoring rate. Romanian female athlete Niculescu is on the list again, with 67% of the second-round scoring rate dominating women.

Breakdown score: Spanish King Nadal has successfully completed 21 breaks in four matches so far. For women, Sharva scored 18 breakpoints in four games.