Today I am pleased to announce that I have joined forces with Golden Set Analytics, and have entered into an agreement to be acquired.
I started GameSetMap almost 5 years ago with the aim of combining geospatial principles and technologies with tennis in order to deepen our understanding of the game. From mapping Kei Nishikori’s groundstroke distribution using Hawk-Eye data to plotting Nadal’s historic 2013 season using an interactive Game Tree, GameSetMap has provided a forum for identifying previously unseen patterns in tennis.
The decision to join Golden Set Analytics was a no brainier. Their team shares the same passion, vision and expertise towards visual insights and statistics for tennis, and they are actively engaged with some of the world’s leading professional tennis players on the ATP and WTA World Tours. In fact, their clients have won the vast majority of singles titles at the Grand Slams and Masters events over the past 3 years. Their experience and knowledge working at the professional level is unrivaled, and I very much look forward to combining our resources and knowledge to take tennis analytics to the next level on the professional tennis scene.
Stay tuned for more exciting tennis analytics work through 2018 and beyond…
For more information visit http://www.goldensetanalytics.com/