Tennis stats produced on a screen serve a purpose, particularly when one looks at percentages. Nothing is more powerful, however, than looking at graphs of their tennis match. That statement is especially true for children.
Recently, I recorded a best of three set match where the first two sets were split. The graphs of each set revealed something very powerful.
Using the GT STATS Scroller to View Different Stages of a Match
In the case of this match, we viewed the graphs set by set. When we designed GT STATS, we wanted users to be able to view graphs at ANY point in a match.
The scroller can be found on all GT STATS graphs. Just slide each button to the game score from which you want the stats to start. Then slide the other button to your desired end point. Choose ANY start and end point you wish. Select a single game if you like.
For the purposes of this exercise, we scrolled from the beginning of the match to the end of the first set, then from the end of the first set to the end of the second set.
The Power of the Graph
The graphs below are the first two sets of a match played by two 14s players.