We are a small team of IT professionals with a strong sports analysis background based in Minsk, Belarus. And yes, we love tennis and know how to analyze it.
We’ve been working on our match tracking software for several years and brought professional expertise from the tennis world combined with the best practices of data analysis from other kinds of sports. No one on the market provides statistics so fast and accurate as we do.
In terms of performance and data analysis tennis is far behind other sports industries. We strongly believe that the power of statistical analysis is underestimated in the tennis world and there is a huge opportunity for game improvement.
All we need is a match video. We use our own match tracking software to detect ball placement, player’s position and shot parameters. All input data is double-checked manually by the operator and then aggregated to dashboards, video-filters and match reports.
Analyzing top ATP and WTA tournaments we have an opportunity to compare data points collected by Tennis ComStat analysts with stats provided by Hawk Eye system. The accuracy of ball placement detection is more than 95% on average.
Cheap point on serve (CP) is any ≤3 shots rally won by the server except the receiver unforced error. In other words, the cheap points are the points earned by the server in short rallies: ≤3 shots hit by one player or ≤6 shots hit in total. If the server hits more than 3 shots it can’t be treated as a cheap point because *it’s no longer a short rally. If the receiver makes an unforced error it can’t be treated as a cheap point because this point was not actually earned by the server**, it was given by the receiver. Calculating the number of cheap points is an essential thing to understand how many points you earn due to a good serve.
Cheap point on return (CP) is any ≤3 shots rally won by the receiver except the server unforced error. For example, double fault can’t be treated as a cheap point on return
Provoked point is a shot that forces my opponent to make an error. In brief, my provoked point = opponent’s forced error. We display provoked points with classic winners shots as together they show us how many points are actually earned by the player’s active actions on the court.
Aggression margin = my winners + provoked points (e.g. opponents forced errors) - my unforced errors.
Aggression rate general = (my winners + provoked points) / total points won
Aggression rate or index of aggression on serve (Iag) = cheap points on serve / all serve points won.
Aggression rate or index of aggression on return (Iag) = cheap points on return / all return points won.
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To understand how successful the serve is, you need to understand how many cheap points you earn and how many cheap points your opponent earns. You also need to know how many unforced errors are made. All other rallies longer than 3 shots (or 6 shots in total) are less influenced by the serve and need to be considered separately. That’s why we suggest focusing on the following outcomes:
The same logic applies for analyzing the returns stats.
Filtering multiple matches is possible only in full version. In the mobile version you should select the required match first.
If you need some specific data to be displayed on your dashboard, please contact us. We can customize it according to your needs.
The standard delivery time is 24 hours after receiving a match video. In case you have a large number of matches to be analyzed at once, please inform us preliminary so we can check the capacity of our analysts team.
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Yes, we work with tennis federations and academies on long-term contracts. We help national teams to prepare for Davis Cup and Fed Cup matches and implement custom solutions for junior players.
Yes, if we can provide you with a full package of our analysis solutions for a tournament and assist you to collect some specific data for your article or research work.