WTA and ITF Results on TennisAbstract!

I hope that by now, you’ve taken advantage of the wealth of ATP results and stats at TennisAbstract.com.  This week, I’ve expanded the site to include women’s tennis–a lot of women’s tennis.

Not only does TA now contain all the matches from the entire history of the WTA  and Fed Cup, but it is also bursting at the seams with lower-level ITFs, all the way down to 10k’s and satellites.  You can track the progress of Annika Beck, keep tabs on Melanie Oudin‘s resurgence, or simply take a look into the history of a long-running event.

(If ITFs and men’s futures are your thing, you can always get a one-page look at this week’s events–men and women–from the TA homepage.  Players in those draws are linked to their TA results pages, as well.)

All told, the site now contains 317,815 matches across 12,807 tournaments.  That’s about 13,000 players, of whom about half have WTA ranking data.

I’ve also started churning out some additional data on the ladies.  The WTA Rankings by Age report shows the highest-ranked teenagers, under-21s, under-23s, and older players, while the WTA H2H Matrix shows the head-to-head records of the WTA top 15 in one place.  And there’s more to come.

To get started, just click some clinks in those reports, or use the search box on the front page (or almost any other page) to look up the WTA player of your choice.  Enjoy!

About these ads

6 Comments

Filed under Tennis Abstract, WTA

6 responses to “WTA and ITF Results on TennisAbstract!

  1. Excellent – this will be a great help as the WTA site is even poorer than the ATP in terms of data and ease of use. Not to mention that both crash often after much use and bring the broswers down with it!

    Rick

  2. Rick Devereux

    Excellent – this will be a great help as the WTA site is even poorer than the ATP in terms of data and ease of use. Not to mention that both crash often after much use and bring the broswers down with it!

    Rick

    • Yeah. The crashing drives me mad. So much money in the sport, so many bells and whistles on the sites, but from the fan’s perspective, there are so many purposes they don’t serve and they can be so frustrating.

  3. amir

    Wow, that’s great, thanks a lot!
    Will you make WTA and ITF tournament strength tables?
    Also, could you please add the 100th-ranked to the ATP (and WTA) tournament strength?

    • Eventually, I’ll add some more WTA reports. Still working out many kinks in WTA ratings.

      I don’t think I’ll add 100th to the strength tables — at the tour-level, it’s usually 0% or very close, and in many tournaments only one or two players of that level (qualifiers or wildcards) are participating.

      • amir

        I’m more interested in the 100th-ranked player’s expected points.
        I would appreciate it if you reconsider your view on that subject. Winning is not everything :)

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s