Rafael Nadal's UTR Player ProfileNadal’s current trending UTR is higher than his Clay court rating ( which includes results from his clay performance last season). That means that he is actually getting better as the season goes on, and possibly reaching his peak clay performance of his tennis career. It’s safe to say we’re counting down the days until the French Open! Here’s a look at the momentum Rafa’s been building this season: February 7, 2018 UTR 16.19 (#1) Trending UTR 16.23 (#1) Clay UTR 16.35 (#1) March 12, 2018 UTR 16.19 (#2) Trending UTR 16.24 (#1) Clay UTR 16.35 (#1) April 7, 2018 UTR 16.20 (#2) Trending UTR 16.25 (#1) Clay UTR 16.34 (#1) May 7, 2018 UTR 16.34 (#1) Trending UTR 16.49 (#1) Clay UTR 16.42 (#1) Want to see how you compare to the pros? Sign up to #GetRated at MyUTR.com. You’ll get your free two-decimal UTR and be able to search players from around the world to see where you stand!
With the clay season in full swing, Rafael Nadal has earned his title as the King of Clay. But his performance this year has been one of complete and total domination. Rafa is clearly one of the top tennis players of all time, but on clay, he is in a league of his own. Today, Nadal’s 3 month Clay UTR is 16.49 - just one-hundredth of a decimal point short of perfection on the UTR Powered by Oracle rating system. (The algorithm measures players on a scale from 1 - 16.50, with 16.50 being the absolute highest.) Nadal is on one of the great winning streaks of all time - and it’s been incredible to watch. He has won every single set out of the past 46 he’s played on clay. His clay UTR has consistently been trending above 16.00 since the beginning of the year and has only been increasing steadily as the season goes on. For comparison, the next best clay court players, Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev, are tied at the number two spot with both holding a UTR 15.88.