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Well done, Andy but watch the Math Ranking

July9

Congratulations must go to Andy Murray for his win at Wimbledon this year. Researchers from the¬†Miguel Hern√°ndez University of Elche have used mathematical techniques and game statistics from the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) to rank tennis players based on assessing their play. Their results complement the ATP ranking obtained on the basis of matches […]

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Game, set, match – Wimbledon Math

June27

Wimbledon! This great tennis tournament started on June 22. This year, 128 women and 128 men will battle it out for the women’s and men’s singles titles over a two week period. “In each round of the singles events the players are paired off, and the winners of these matches proceed onto the next round. […]

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Bouncing Along with Mathematics in Sport

August25

My Dad was a keen sportsman and encouraged me to play cricket in the summer. I can still remember the thrill of getting my first cricket bat and playing having Dad show me how to hold the bat and play the hard cricket ball. Almost every type of ball used in a sporting event must […]

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