Friday November 11th, 2011

Some numbers from around the tennis world:

17: Andy Murray's winning streak since the U.S. Open, which was snapped Friday with a loss to Tomas Berdych at the Paris Masters.

800: Career match wins for Roger Federer after his victory Friday in Paris. He is the seventh player in the Open Era to accomplish the feat.

1,242: Career wins for all-time leader Jimmy Connors, 442 more than Federer.

23: Years since the Czech Republic last won the Fed Cup. Last week in Russia, Petra Kvitova led the Czechs to their first title since 1988.

21-0: Kvitova's record on indoor courts this year.

5: Countries represented in the WTA top five -- Denmark (Caroline Wozniacki), Czech Republic (Petra Kvitova),  Belarus (Victoria Azarenka), Russia (Maria Sharapova) and China (Li Na). That has happened only two other times.

203: Rankings spots Sabine Lisicki jumped from April to November. She ends the year at No. 15.

5: Basel titles for Federer, a tournament record. Federer defeated Kei Nishikori 6-1, 6-3 in the final last Sunday.

6: Points Federer lost on serve to Nishikori.

68: Career ATP titles for Federer, putting him fourth behind Jimmy Connors (108), Ivan Lendl (92) and John McEnroe (76). This post has been corrected to fix the difference in victories between Jimmy Connors and Roger Federer.

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