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Roland Garros - how long it took them to win [R4]

so I planned to do this for each of the slams this year... here we go again! Unlike the Australian Open site, the Roland Garros site did not post all of the set times, so there's some missing information out there in Round 1

The following is the total time each played during the first four rounds:

Davydenko - 141+64*+123+170 = 8 hours 18 minutes (498 min.)
Federer - 156+86+155+107 = 8 hours 24 minutes (504 min.)
Djokovic - 60*+183+134+153 = 8 hours 50 minutes (530 min.)
Benneteau - 177+226+213+28* = 10 hours 44 minutes (644 min.)
Nalbandian - 173+152+191+130 = 10 hours 46 minutes (646 min.)
Ancic - 170+159+93+229 = 10 hours 51 minutes (651 min.)
Ljubicic - 95+169+240+182 = 11 hours 26 minutes (686 min.)
Nadal - 128+118+293+197 = 12 hours 16 minutes (736 min.)


The following is how long it took each player to win his fourth round match:
Federer - 107 minutes
------------------ over 2 hours ------------------
Nalbandian - 130 minutes
Djokovic - 153 minutes
Davydenko - 170 minutes
------------------ over 3 hours ------------------
Ljubicic - 182 minutes
Nadal - 197 minutes
Ancic - 229 minutes
Retired matches in Round 4: Benneteau - after 28 minutes


The following is how long it took each player to win his third round match:
Ancic - 93 minutes
Robredo - 97 minutes
------------------ over 2 hours ------------------
Davydenko - 123 minutes
Hewitt - 126 minutes
Djokovic - 134 minutes
Federer - 155 minutes
Ramirez-Hidalgo - 165 minutes
------------------ over 3 hours ------------------
Vassallo-Arguello - 186 minutes
Nalbandian - 191 minutes
Gaudio - 195 minutes
Monfils - 201 minutes
Benneteau - 213 minutes
Martin - 239 minutes
Ljubicic - 240 minutes
------------------ over 4 hours ------------------
Nadal - 293 minutes
Retired matches in Round 3: Berdych - after 29 minutes


The following is how long it took each player to win his second round match:
Stepanek - 85 minutes
Federer - 86 minutes
Berdych - 94 minutes
O.Rochus - 98 minutes
Ferrero - 101 minutes
Sluiter - 104 minutes
Martin - 114 minutes
Moya - 114 minutes
Nadal - 118 minutes
------------------ over 2 hours ------------------
Robredo - 128 minutes
Ferrer - 133 minutes
Dlouhy - 139 minutes
Hewitt - 144 minutes
Massu - 150 minutes
Nalbandian - 152 minutes
Mathieu - 153 minutes
Blake - 158 minutes
Ancic - 159 minutes
Monaco - 163 minutes
Ljubicic - 169 minutes
Tursunov - 171 minutes
------------------ over 3 hours ------------------
Montanes - 181 minutes
Djokovic - 183 minutes
Haas - 197 minutes
Monfils - 199 minutes
Hrbaty - 204 minutes
Gaudio - 212 minutes
Benneteau - 226 minutes
Vassallo-Arguello - 238 minutes
------------------ over 4 hours ------------------
Kiefer - 290 minutes
Retired matches in Round 2: Ramirez-Hidalgo - after 39 minutes, Davydenko - after 64 minutes


The following is how long it took each player to win his first round match:
Almagro - 87 minutes? (not sure if the last game was included)
Norman - 91 minutes
Gaudio - 92 minutes
Blake - 93 minutes
Ljubicic - 95 minutes
Tursunov - 96 minutes
Stepanek - 100 minutes
Mirnyi - 103 minutes
Bozoljac - 107 minutes
Chardy - 109 minutes
Ferrer - 110 minutes
Kindlmann - 110 minutes
Vassallo-Arguello - 111 minutes
Gasquet - 112 minutes
Falla - 113 minutes
Hernandez - 115 minutes
Monaco - 116 minutes
------------------ over 2 hours ------------------
Robredo - 121 minutes
Berdych - 124 minutes
Volandri - 127 minutes
Nadal - 128 minutes
Grosjean - 129 minutes
Mathieu - 130 minutes
Kiefer - 131 minutes
Moya - 133 minutes
Serra - 135 minutes
Youzhny - 137 minutes
Davydenko - 141 minutes
Montcourt - 146 minutes
Karlovic - 147 minutes
Gonzalez - 149 minutes
Federer - 156 minutes
Gicquel - 156 minutes
Henman - 161 minutes
Hrbaty - 164 minutes
Korolev - 168 minutes
Hewitt - 171 minutes
Nalbandian - 173 minutes
Verdasco - 174 minutes
Benneteau - 177 minutes
Ramirez-Hidalgo - 177 minutes
------------------ over 3 hours ------------------
Kohlschreiber - 183 minutes
C.Rochus - 189 minutes
Galvani - 205 minutes
Waske - 206 minutes
Dlouhy - 209 minutes
Monfils - 222 minutes
Acasuso - 237 minutes
------------------ over 4 hours ------------------
Vanek - 242 minutes
Saretta - 258 minutes
Massu - 265 minutes
Lapentti - 269 minutes
Inconclusive match times:
Haas - 70 minutes + 3rd set
O.Rochus - 71 minutes + 3rd set
Capdeville - 107 minutes + 4th set
Montanes - 108 minutes + 4th set
Kim - 118 minutes + 4th set
Ferrero - 127 minutes + 4th set
Baghdatis - 130 minutes + 4th set
Sanguinetti - 137 minutes + 4th set
Ancic - 147 minutes + 4th set (23 minutes?)
Sluiter - after 85 minutes + 3rd set (retired)

Retired matches in Round 1: Djokovic - after 60 minutes, Martin - after 101 minutes

AO - how long it took them to win (thread): http://www.menstennisforums.com/show....php?p=2941656

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Re: Roland Garros - how long it took them to win [R2]

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Re: Roland Garros - how long it took them to win [R2]

interesting, thanks for putting that up

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Re: Roland Garros - how long it took them to win [R2]

Thanks very much for this information.

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Re: Roland Garros - how long it took them to win [R3]

you're welcome!

*updated*

only two players (so far) have advanced to the 4th round without technically losing a set... Berdych and Davydenko. However, they both had opponents retire on them... There are still 3 out of 5 players who may also advance without dropping a set... Stepanek, Nadal, Mathieu, O.Rochus, & A.Martin
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Re: Roland Garros - how long it took them to win [R3]

Federer's first round match is still his longest.

The current greatness league of active players in order of achievements to date (a factual comparison rather than fan biased assessment):

Federer 17 GS, 6 Year End Masters, 24 Master Series.
Nadal 14 GS, 27 Master Series, 1 Olympic Gold.
Djokovic 9 GS, 4 Year End Masters, 24 Master Series.


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Re: Roland Garros - how long it took them to win [R3]

Will you give a list of women's matches in seconds.

The current greatness league of active players in order of achievements to date (a factual comparison rather than fan biased assessment):

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Cool for posting the info, keep updating it.

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There are still 3 out of 5 players who may also advance without dropping a set... Stepanek, Nadal, Mathieu, O.Rochus, & A.Martin
...but none of them did

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