Andy Murray is a very fine tennis player – the best produced by Britain since Fred Perry. His 8 Grand Slam Finals have only seen a return of 2 titles but the quality of the opposition has been immense – he has played Federer (0-3) or Djokovic (2-3) in every grand slam final. We present his results from 2005 to 2014.
Network maps are created by simulating forces between players and matches and allowing the points representing them to move until they reach a stable position. To find out more see The Theory Behind Tennis Network Maps
If you want some examples of how we think the maps may give insight into sporting results see our article Use Our Maps to Analyse the Tennis Universe