OnCourt is software for all tennis fans. It contains the results of more than 420 thousand tennis matches, played by the best players on the planet since 1990. Various statistics, predict results, daily addition of new results.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:37
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Description: OnCourt is software for tennis fans. It contains the results of more than 420 thousand tennis matches, played by the best players on the planet since 1990. The program includes both men's tennis (over 4000 tournaments: tournaments of the world and championship series ATP, Masters series and the Grand Slam tournaments, Davis Cup and the Challengers' tournaments, Futures and Satellites), and women's tennis (over 3000 tournaments). Doubles tennis is also included for the last two years. With this program, you can view statistical information about any tennis player, the history of his or her games on various court surfaces, the tournaments of various levels, the current position in a rating-list, specialization, zodiac sign, current biorhythm and more. The program allows you to view the results of any tennis tournament and show the comparative statistics of any two players. Daily on-line database updates ensure you are always well-informed on the results of the latest matches played and all important data for the analysis of the forthcoming games. OnCourt includes full statistics of matches on Grand Slam tournaments (Aces, Double Faults, Unforced Errors, Fastest Serve, Total Points Won, etc.) and even a statistical prediction of forthcoming matches.
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