It's quite surprising to see 2 similar tables with totally different results between the ladies and gentlemen. If among the gentlemen, there is really everything with obviously very different profiles, among the ladies, there are certainly differences but not as pronounced.

This graph allows you to get an idea of ​​the regular, defensive and offensive players.

Orsi, alone in her category

No doubt from the first glance at this graph: Carolina Orsi is the most offensive player on the circuit. With almost 10% of winning points scored per match, the Italian left-hander has a good lead over her main competitors, such as Sofia Araujo and Carmen Goenaga, even if the latter make fewer errors.

We notice that the majority of players are in the positive average, that is to say they record 1% more winning points than unforced errors. We also observe that, unlike the Gentlemen, the difference between left and right is much less marked. We find very offensive right players in the upper right corner, like Aranzazu Osoro, and also very defensive left players, in the lower left corner, like Tamara Icardo.

Jensen and Fernandez, metronomes

Two players with a similar role on the field stand out in this analysis. Claudia Jensen and Claudia Fernandez present ratios based on the lowest percentages of winning points (less than 3,5%) and unforced errors (less than 2%).

The two youngest players in the world Top 20 take on a metronome profile, like Fede Chingotto, trying to be the strongest on the court and prepare the ground for their partner. Moreover, Jessica Castello and Gemma Triay are well beyond the average winning points (more than 5%).

Martin Schmuda

A competitive tennis player, Martin discovered the padel in 2015 in Alsace and appeared in a few tournaments in Paris. Today a journalist, he deals with current affairs padel while continuing its rise in the world of the little yellow ball!