Omair Malik is a young finance expert by day and a very enthusiastic tennis fan by night. When he is not busy working late hours, he watches the sport he loves, tennis (of course), and uses his skills to analyse the performance of players who we all enjoy to watch on and off the court. Omair has recently also started his own Tennis Stats blogHe resides in Pakistan. 

Omair has been a loyal reader of Women's Tennis Blog and in November 2011 he decided to make his skills with numbers public and contribute in the form of an analysis of numbers behind the Top 10 WTA players' games. I readily agreed to share his professional work and readers loved it, so Omair continued to contribute, earning a title of Women's Tennis Blog's stats expert. Therefore, we made this page, a list of all Omair's stats articles in one place. Enjoy the maths behind tennis!

US OPEN 2013

Analysis of the women's draw for the 2013 US Open

WIMBLEDON 2013

WTA TOP 3 VS. ATP TOP 3 SERIES: SERENA WILLIAMS VS. NOVAK DJOKOVIC, VICTORIA AZARENKA VS. ROGER FEDERER, MARIA SHARAPOVA VS. ANDY MURRAY

US OPEN 2012 EDITION

2012 LONDON OLYMPICS EDITION

WIMBLEDON 2012 EDITION

FEATURED ARTICLES

SLAMLESS NUMBER ONES EDITION

ROLAND GARROS 2012 – MATCH PREDICTIONS AND POST-MATCH ANALYSIS
AUSTRALIAN OPEN 2012 – MATCH PREDICTIONS AND POST-MATCH ANALYSIS

Omair's take on Azarenka's victory over Sharapova in the Australian Open final

Azarenka or Sharapova, who will win the Melbourne final?

Azarenka shows emotional maturity against Clijsters and advances to first Grand Slam final

Mighty fighter Sharapova dismisses new power tower Kvitova in Australian Open semis

Petra Kvitova vs. Maria Sharapova semifinal pre-match analysis

Australian Open: Azarenka vs. Clijsters semifinal preview

Victoria Azarenka won the Sydney title this year and entering the Australian Open she had 79% chances of making it to the quarterfinals or better of the Australian Open.

Kvitova beats Errani in Melbourne quarterfinals

Post-match numbers: Sharapova vs. Makarova Australian Open quarterfinal

Australian Open quarterfinal preview: Maria Sharapova vs. Ekaterina Makarova

Australian Open quarterfinal preview: Petra Kvitova vs. Sara Errani

Caroline Wozniacki is the only Top 10 player who did not beat two Top 10 players in a single tournament in 2011.

Post-match statistical overview of Clijsters vs. Wozniacki quarterfinal

Post-match statistical overview of Azarenka vs. Radwanska quarterfinal

What do numbers predict for the Azarenka vs. Radwanska Australian Open quarterfinal?

Numbers speak in Wozniacki's favor for the Australian Open quarterfinal against Clijsters

OTHER

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