SI.com Staff
Monday June 1st, 2015

Whether it's powerful serves, second serves, serve returns or winners, the ATP's Big Four has proved dominant over the rest of the men's field at the French Open. World No. 1 Novak Djokovic has dominated second serves and has won 63% of his own second serve points and 58% of his opponents’ second serve points. Through three rounds, Roger Federer has hit 67% of his first serves in play (4% above his tour average) and he's held 39 of his 42 service games (93%). Andy Murray has won 42% of his first serve returns (8% above his ATP Tour average), 59% of his second serve returns (5% above his average) and 45% of his return games (11% above his average). Rafael Nadal's serving stats lead the tournament (49% return games won) and he’s held serve 35 of 39 times and has lost a total of 24 games in 9 sets. Will the dominance continue through to the quarterfinals?

Check SI.com's French Open data hub page throughout the whole tournament for the latest data-driven infographics and charts from IBM, the official technology partner for the French Open. IBM captures and analyzes the data that powers all of the Grand Slams, as well as the digital platforms that extend the experience to fans around the world.

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