11. Federer has spent 205 hours, 11 minutes on court at the US Open, an average of two hours, five minutes per match. That works out to more than eight full days, enough time to make four roundtrip flights from New York City to Melbourne, watch the entire "Lord of the Rings" trilogy 22 times or listen to Drake’s “In My Feelings” 3,403 times on a loop.
12. Federer has dominated in New York, in large part behind his strong service game. On serve, Federer has won 1,460 of his 1,649 service games, or 88.5 percent.
13. When Federer is serving, he has won 78.2 percent of points on his first serve and 56.7 percent on his second serve. He has won a higher percentage of first-serve points on the deuce side (79.6 percent) than the ad side (76.5 percent), but he’s won a slightly higher percentage of second-serve points on the ad side (57.7 percent) than the deuce side (55.8 percent).
14. Federer has played 84 of his 98 matches inside Arthur Ashe Stadium, eight in the old Louis Armstrong Stadium and one in the old Grandstand. The other five? Two in each of Court 11 and Court 7 and one in Court 10. Federer has never lost playing in the old Grandstand, Court 10 or Court 11.
15. Federer’s field-court matches came against: Max Mirnyi on Court 7 in a fourth-round loss in 2002; against Jiri Vanek on Court 10 in a 2002 first-round win; against Lars Burgsmuller on Court 11 in a 2001 first-round, win; against Wessels on Court 7 in a 2000 first-round win; and against Daniel Nestor on Court 11 in 2000 during a second-round win.
16. Federer is a great front-runner. He’s only lost five service games in 18 years when he has a 40-0 lead, and he has been broken just 21 times in 789 service games when he’s up 30-0. In the 300 Federer service games that went to deuce, he won 248 and lost 52.
17. Federer has hit four aces in one service game just three times in 98 matches: In the second set of a first-round match against Scoville Jenkins in 2007; in the fourth set of his 2008 semifinal against Djokovic; and in the second set against Juan Monaco in the 2011 fourth round. That match against Monaco is the only time Federer has won a game with four consecutive aces.
18. In total, Federer has hit 1,067 aces at the US Open: 300 in the opening set, 319 in the second, 335 in the third, 97 in the fourth and 16 in the fifth.
19. The Swiss has hit 606 aces (56.8 percent) on the deuce side and 461 (41.2 percent) on the ad side.
20. Federer has hit 265 double faults at the US Open, including 79 in the opening sets of matches, his highest total in any set. He has hit 148 double faults (55.2 percent) on the deuce side and 117 (44.8 percent) on the ad side.
21. In 411 games in which Federer was returning and got to deuce, the five-time champion won 140 games and lost 271.
22. In non-tiebreak games, Federer plays an average of 5.78 points per game. On his opponent’s serve, Federer plays an average of 6.40 points per game.
23. In the five years that Federer won five consecutive championships, he hit 363 aces to 67 doubles faults.
24. Federer overturned a two-set deficit at the 2014 US Open, when he rallied to beat Gael Monfils, 4-6, 3-6, 6-4, 7-5, 6-2. It’s the only time he’s won a match in New York after losing the opening two sets.
25. Federer has hit 29 second-serve aces at the US Open, including four against Andy Roddick in the 2007 quarterfinals.