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Briefing: Match stats

Your match summary contains more than you might realize at first glance. To ensure that you have access to all the information in your analysis, we explain the match statistics below. πŸ“Š

The structure of the match summary is similar to Freeplay and Drill. In addition to the video player and the familiar tabs of the shot analysis (placement, height, speed), it is supplemented in the match by the tab "stats".

It is important to mention in advance that you can only access all of the following functions and data if the Wingfield Box was able to reconstruct your match result and the corresponding statistics. If this is not the case, you will still be provided with the normal session summary as you know it from the Freeplay. You can find out more about the possible reasons here.

☝🏼By the way: Also note that as a Basic member you can only access the full match video until you have started another workout on a new day. You can learn more about the differences between Basic and Pro in the article about our video player or in the respective articles.

Match stats in focus


In the first tab you can find the highlight statistics of the match:

  • Points won: They give you a good indication of your game efficiency. Scoring more points than your opponent is not always a guarantee for win πŸ˜‰
  • Aces and double faults: Here you can see how well you serve - which we know is often a decisive factor for victory or defeat.
  • Winners and errors: Do you force the victory by playing aggressively, which is immediately reflected in the number of your winners or the error points of your opponent? Or should you try to minimise your own high number of errors by playing a much more risk-averse game style?

☝🏼 By the way: All serves whose return attempts have not caused a significant change in the direction of the ball are counted as aces. This means that if you only touch the serve with your frame in the return, it will be counted as an ace. Click on the different statistics to see this short explanation.


In this tab the full focus is on your serves:

  • 1. serve percentage: Here you can directly see your service reliability.
  • Ratio of points won after your own serve: This gives you a tendency of how challenging your serve is for your opponent and how likely you are to win the point.
  • Average serve speed: Another indication of how dangerous your serves are. Is your training bearing fruit in this area?


In addition to your serve statistics, you will find the counterpart in your return statistics. In addition to the player's match opening, the return quality often determines your starting position in the rally.

  • Ratio of return points won: How well have you been able to defuse your opponent's service game and win the point yourself.
  • Ratio of returns into the field: Describes the safety of your returns.


In this tab the focus is on your forehands and backhands.

  • Number of forehands and backhands
  • Average speed of forehands and backhands

Further interesting facts

In this section, we'll be looking at your rallies in particular.

  • Distribution of rallies by length in the entire match.
  • Distribution of your points won according to rally length: If you have more than nine rallies, your rate drops significantly? Maybe you need to work on your stamina to increase your resistance to stress and to maintain your concentration even during long rallies.
  • Number of net attacks: Another indicator of the aggressiveness of your game.
  • Success rate of net attacks: How promising this tactical tool was for you. Should you stick to it or should you leave it with this type of player?πŸ˜‰


Filter data by sets

All statistics displayed initially refer to the entire match. Of course, the change in numbers over the sets can also be interesting.

  • Filter data by sets: Swipe down the screen to display the set filter. Select the sets to be included in the analysis. This function is available in all tabs.