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GT Stats Features and Pricing

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Winner to Error Ratios – Tennis Stats that Matter

There are a lot of parents at tennis tournaments and comps every weekend watching their juniors. One of the common comments is “he/she is just making too many unforced errors”. While that might be true, how many is too many and how should an error count relate to the winner/forced error count? This is where a ratio of winners/forced errors to ... More

Serving Stats – What Do They Mean and How to Use Them

You’re looking at the serving stats for your junior. They’re showing 60% first serve in but only 40% won. The second serve says 75% in but only 25% won. Those numbers are a lot different compared to Roger Federer And Serena Williams. In fact, they’re a lot different to almost all the pro players you’ve looked at. Is your junior doing something ... More

Error Location – Match Stats that Help You Practice

Minimizing errors is a major part of junior tennis training. Apart from the obvious stroke production, a player can minimize errors through footwork, shot selection, and a whole stack of other stuff that goes in to playing tennis. As a parent, it’s difficult to know which errors your junior player is making most just by watching. Coaches don’t get ... More

Unforced Errors, Forced Errors and Winners – The Differences

Winners, Forced Errors and Unforced Errors are the three ways a point can end in tennis, save the odd net touch or voluntary hindrance, or something like that. Television networks have, seemingly, been loath to show Forced Errors onscreen, preferring to show Winners and Unforced Errors only. While that might be adequate for the pros, it’s not necessa... More