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Nadal, historical leader in percentage of points won

first_imgFrom the ATP they level out that the expansion in the percentage of points earned by Nadal has grown since Carlos Moyá joined his crew in 2016 and with which Nadal has improved his serve, one of his weaknesses till then, as proven by Nadal’s serve knowledge in 2019, which allowed him to finish this yr because the tennis participant with the very best percentage of points won with 56% forward of Djokovic’s 55.3% and Federer’s 54.6%, being the fourth consecutive season in which Nadal exceeded 55% of the points earned.Within the tournaments which have been performed in 2020, Nadal maintains that percentage of points won above 55% (55.5% in specific), though Novak Djokovic surpasses him with 56% after the Serbian has not but identified the defeat to this point this season. We are going to see if with the resumption of the season in July Nadal manages to consolidate himself because the king of the chances in points won. Rafa Nadal continues to jot down his identify in the historical past of tennis primarily based on knowledge and information which might be already half of historical past. In keeping with ATP statistics, the Balearic tennis participant is the participant who has turn into number one with highest percentage of points earned on the ATP circuit.Since arriving on the ‘Massive Three’ circuit, Nadal, Federer and Djokovic have exceeded the historical document stored by Pete Sampras, who won 53.27% of the points he performed all through his profession.Nonetheless, Nadal presently improves each Federer and Djokovic in percentages. The Balearic Islands have won 54.3% of disputed points, for the 53.9% held by Federer and 53.8% by Djokovic.last_img read more

Football Fall Practice Report: August 17

first_imgDES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University football team is a week into fall camp and just completed its ninth practice Wednesday morning. This week’s practice report spotlights the Bulldog defense. Drake returns four starters but welcome back plenty of players that saw significant playing time last year. In the front seven, the Bulldogs bring back linebackers Taylor Coleman and Michael Roane and defensive end Mack Marrin. Roane and Coleman have stepped up as leaders for not only the linebackers squad but also for the whole unit. Coleman battled injury last year after leading the team in tackles in 2014 with 95. Roane tallied 40 tackles a season ago as the weak side linebacker. Marrin is the unit’s top returning tackler with 49 stops, including a PFL-best 8.5 sacks. Also on the defensive line the Bulldogs anticipate more production from junior Nathan Clayberg, who ranked third-best on the team with 3.5 sacks. The Bulldogs open the 2016 season on Sept. 3 when they host Quincy at Drake Stadium. Print Friendly Version In the secondary, Drake only returns one starter, fifth-year senior Caz Zyks. Despite just one starter returning, the Bulldogs welcome back fifth-year senior Grant Krueger, senior Kyrell Newell and juniors Jabari Butler, Austin Dismond, Sean Lynch and Terry Wallen, who all saw significant playing time last fall and rotated in as starters in the spring.last_img read more

Treasury Official Breaks Down PrivateLabel Challenges
Treasury Official Breaks Down PrivateLabel Challenges

first_img September 16, 2014 487 Views Share Fannie Mae FHFA Freddie Mac Private-Label Securities Treasury Department 2014-09-16 Tory Barringer As secondary marketing analysts and participants debate over how to revive private-label activity in a market dominated by government-sponsored enterprises, one housing official at the U.S. Treasury Department says the system may be stuck in a catch-22 over agency ratings.Speaking at an event hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, D.C., Michael Stegman, counselor to the Treasury secretary for housing finance policy, explained that lenders are currently reluctant to make non-agency loans without first knowing how they’ll rate on the market. At the same time, credit rating agencies don’t rate mortgage pools until they see the actual loan tape.”The resulting stalemate means more diverse pools will not be brought to market,” he said.The problem is just one in a series of what Stegman referred to as “chicken and the egg paradoxes”—separate problems that contribute to each other. As an example, Stegman gave the stance of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), which has said it will not consider lowering the conforming loan limits Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac can accept until it can be sure there is enough private capital to fill the gap in the market.Meanwhile, he said, securities issuers say the private-label segment of the market won’t be able to step in until the government shrinks its presence.Stegman also noted the “chicken and the egg” problem of securities issuers’ reluctance to devote resources to help fix private-label structural problems “when the economics of mortgage funding favor other forms of execution.””This type of short-sighted resource allocation will lengthen the time it takes to address critical investor confidence issues—insufficiency of representation and warranty enforcement mechanisms, opaqueness in servicing practices, and lack of transparency in data and disclosures—and inevitably delay the restart of the PLS market,” he said.These issues come at a time when industry groups and lawmakers are working to push reform that would diminish or dissolve Fannie and Freddie, which together guarantee an estimated 80 percent of new loans. With battles over midterm elections currently raging, analysts predict any progress on that front won’t come until 2015 or even 2016 at the earliest.For now, Stegman said Treasury is working with industry groups, issuers, investors, and other parties to “put private capital back at the center of the housing finance system.” Next on the agenda, he said, are meetings with credit rating agencies he hopes will help illuminate their methodologies.”Treasury believes that by increasing clarity around loss projections and subordination requirements for more diverse pools of collateral, credit rating agencies can stimulate a constructive market dialogue and foster greater confidence in the credit rating process,” he said.center_img in Daily Dose, Government, Headlines, News, Secondary Market Treasury Official Breaks Down Private-Label Challengeslast_img read more