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Fed Cup Group Ii


Fed Cup Group Ii Women Double WTA - Doubles - World 2017

Trends

Blinkova/ Kalinskaya has won 100.00% of sets played in all Fed Cup Group Ii matches
Cirstea/ Niculescu has won 100.00% of sets played in all Fed Cup Group Ii matches

Players – Set Performance

Player NamePerformanceMatchesAverage
Blinkova/ Kalinskaya 21 2.00
Cirstea/ Niculescu 21 2.00
Barty/ DellAcqua 11 3.00
Paolini/ Trevisan 01 0.00
Schmiedlova/ Sramkova 01 0.00
Kichenok/ Savchuk -11 3.00
- Chan C-/Hsu -21 2.00
Flipkens/ Zanevska -21 2.00
Data in above table is calculated for Set Performance as number of sets won minus number of sets lost along the tournament.

Over/Under

Matches of... Total games score (player + opponent)
Avg. over 22.5
- Chan C-/Hsu 21.00 0.00 %
Barty/ DellAcqua 34.00 100.00 %
Blinkova/ Kalinskaya 21.00 0.00 %
Cirstea/ Niculescu 14.00 0.00 %
Flipkens/ Zanevska 14.00 0.00 %
Kichenok/ Savchuk 34.00 100.00 %
Paolini/ Trevisan 7.00 0.00 %
Schmiedlova/ Sramkova 7.00 0.00 %
Tournament Avg.   25.00%
Data in above table is calculated from finished matches only.

Clean Sheets

Player Name CS Pld Perc.
Blinkova/ Kalinskaya 1 1 100.00%
Cirstea/ Niculescu 1 1 100.00%
Paolini/ Trevisan 1 1 100.00%
- Chan C-/Hsu 0 1 0.00%
Barty/ DellAcqua 0 1 0.00%
Flipkens/ Zanevska 0 1 0.00%
Kichenok/ Savchuk 0 1 0.00%
Schmiedlova/ Sramkova 0 1 0.00%
Data in above table lists the number of clean sheets (matches with no lost sets) out of total matches played by each player in this tournament. All finished and retired matches are counted towards these statistics.

Form – Win Sequences

Player NameWin 1st SetSet Win%
- Chan C-/Hsu0 0.00%
Barty/ DellAcqua1 66.67%
Blinkova/ Kalinskaya1 100.00%
Cirstea/ Niculescu1 100.00%
Flipkens/ Zanevska0 0.00%
Kichenok/ Savchuk0 33.33%
Data in above table lists consecutive 1st Set wins by each player. When 1st Set is lost, data is reset. Set Win percentage shows the winning percentage out of total sets played by each player in this tournament. All finished and retired matches are counted towards these statistics.
Seasons