GOLDEN SET ANALYTICS
WE ARE ANALYSTS, NOT JUST DATA PROVIDERS.
At GSA, in San Francisco, and our offices in San Diego, Brussels and elsewhere around the world, we have assembled a team that combines expertise in data science and tennis analytics. Every team member at GSA combines a passion for tennis with a devotion to sound analysis.
We have an unwavering focus on getting our players the optimal intel on how to beat opponents and how to improve and optimally evolve their own game.
GSA’s proven products and services are designed with a singular focus to get our clients to win matches. We work directly with our players, coaches, and teams, integrating the massive amounts of data into actionable insights.
We provide these operational results day in, day out, establishing strong partnerships with our clients - enhanced by our presence at all major ATP and WTA tournaments.
In order to maximize success, We work exclusively with only a select amount of players.
THE LARGEST DATA SET
TRUE TENNIS & ANALYTICS EXPERTISE
MOST ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
OUTSTANDING TRACK RECORD
THE LARGEST DATA SET ON TOUR,INCLUDING HISTORICAL, TRAJECTORY AND OTHER DATA FOR TEN-THOUSANDS OF MATCHES
ECONOMISTS, MATHEMATICIANS, STATISTICIANS, AND COMPUTER SCIENTISTS TRAINED AT HARVARD, YALE, AND STANFORD
SINCE 2010, OUR ANALYSTS HAVE WORKED CLOSELY WITH THE BEST AND MOST FAMOUS COACHES & PLAYERS ON TOUR
GROUNDBREAKING STATISTICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL MODELS AND SOFTWARE ALGORITHMS
GOOD ANALYSIS = BASED ON MASSIVE DATA
A player played a final against a top 10 player. Before the match, the coach looked at how the opponent serves on breakpoints and the data showed he serves wide on ad 2/3 of the time. So the player was told to cover Wide more. And then in the match, the player won the first set and was up 5-4 and he had his first and only breakpoint of the match. The player covered Wide and the opponent hit an ace down the T. The match turned from there.
Unfortunately for this player, his team looked at too few matches. Our 26 matches from 2017-19 (48 breakpoints), Indicated that the opponent not only favored T, and but that it was his best serve (81% pts won). Anything less than 15 matches will often provide inaccurate patterns, especially on break points.
GSA Clients have Won 14 Grand Slams since 2015