Swiss legend Roger Federer leads the ATP Tour's players when it comes to winning points on second-serve, as per an Infosys ATP Beyond The Numbers published on the ATP Tour website. The 20-time Grand Slam champion is ahead of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic on the stats over a five-year period (2015-2019).
The analysis contains all players that have hit at least 1000 second serves over the five-year period from 2015-2019. Federer led the ATP Tour in second-serve points won over the five-year period, winning 58.61 per cent (4,237/7,229) of his second-serve points, followed by Nadal at 57.86 per cent (4,011/6,932), and Djokovic less than at 56.92 per cent (4407/7742).
The Big Three are followed by American John Isner, who is at No. 4 with 56.54 per cent (3,754/ 6,640) of second-serve points while Canada's Milos Raonic is at No. 5 with 56.17 per cent (3,507/6,243) of second-serve points from 2015-2019.
The remaining players in the Top 10 are - No. 6: Ivo Karlovic, from Croatia with 55.63% (3,142/5,648); No. 7: Stan Wawrinka, of Switzerland with 55.48% (4,805/8,661); No. 8: Reilly Opelka, of the United States with 55.09% (1,261/2,289); No.
9: Juan Ignacio Londero, of Argentina with 54.69% (752/1,375) and No. 10: Miomir Kecmanovic, of Serbia with 64.55% (744/1,364). However, when it comes to the career leader for second-serve points won, it is Spain's Rafael Nadal, who comes out on top at 57.42 per cent (15,327/26,692).
For the Big Three, the player's stats on the three different surfaces - hard, clay and grass - are as follows - Player Hard Clay Grass
Roger Federer 58.10% 58.49% 60.16%
Rafael Nadal 56.97% 58.65% 60.03%
Novak Djokovic 58.06% 54.69% 56.21%
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