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Total time on court, final 16 guys...

theseth1119
01-23-2010, 06:04 PM
Rogie= 371 minutes

Hewitt= 274 minutes (Baghdatis retired, shortened his time on court)

Verdasco= 317 minutes (Koubek retired, shortened his time on court)

Davy= 309 minutes

Chokovic= 396 minutes

Kubot= 264 minutes (Youzhny walkover, greatly shortened his time on court)

Tsonga= 360 minutes

Almagro= 516 minutes

Roddick= 468 minutes

Gonzalez= 452 minutes

Cilic= 580 minutes

Del Potro= 591 minutes

Murray= 319 minutes

Isner= 501 minutes

Karlovic= 554 minutes

Nadal= 477 minutes

samanosuke
01-23-2010, 06:14 PM
Two guys who have spent the most time on the court playing against each other .

It's interesting how Del Potro with more time on the court looking more and more fit

theseth1119
01-23-2010, 06:26 PM
Del Potro might seem more fit, but it's going to take its toll on his body. He's already spent just under 10 hours on court in just 3 matches and that will wear him down. By the QF he'll have nothing left. Same goes for Cilic. I think a Rafa/Murray vs. Roddick SF is in order on the bottom half. Rogie vs. Chokovic on the top half.

jaana
01-23-2010, 06:29 PM
Kubot...............264 minutes = 4h 24min = 1h 28min/match (Youzhny walkover, greatly shortened his time on court)

Hewitt...............274 minutes = 4h 34min = 1h 31min/match (Baghdatis retired, shortened his time on court)

Davy.................309 minutes = 5h 9min = 1h 43min/match

Verdasco..........317 minutes = 5h 17min = 1h 46min/match (Koubek retired, shortened his time on court)

Murray.............319 minutes = 5h 19min = 1h 46min/match

Tsonga.............360 minutes = 6h = 2h/match

Rogie...............371 minutes = 6h 11min = 2h 4min/match

Chokovic.........396 minutes = 6h 36min = 2h 12min/match

Gonzalez..........452 minutes = 7h 32min = 2h 31min/match

Roddick...........468 minutes = 7h 48min = 2h 36min/match

Nadal...............477 minutes = 7h 57min = 2h 39min/match

Isner................501 minutes = 8h 21min = 2h 47/match

Almagro...........516 minutes = 8h 36min = 2h 52min/match

Karlovic...........554 minutes = 9h 14min = 3h 5min/match

Cilic.................580 minutes = 9h 40min = 3h 13min/match

Del Potro.........591 minutes = 9h 51min = 3h 17min/match


for a better overlook, hope you don't mind

p.s. oh wow, Almagro is still in it! didn't realise

Jimnik
01-23-2010, 06:40 PM
Surprised RAndy has so many minutes after blitzing his first two opponents. His annoying new passive style is really lengthening his court time.

Roamed
01-23-2010, 07:11 PM
It's of no real use but I thought I'd compare the number of games and therefore average time per game (ish) with the time on court, hope you don't mind.. :)

Federer= 371 minutes, 83 games, 4 mins 27 seconds per game (including breaks etc)
Hewitt= 274 minutes, 66 games, 4 mins 9 seconds per game
Verdasco= 317 minutes, 76 games, 4 mins 10 seconds per game
Davydenko= 309 minutes, 71 games, 4 mins 21 seconds per game
Djokovic= 396 minutes, 83 games, 4 mins 46 seconds per game
Kubot= 264 minutes, 62 games, 4 mins 16 seconds per game
Tsonga= 360 minutes, 95 games, 3 mins 47 seconds per game
Almagro= 516 minutes, 130 games, 4 mins 0 seconds per game
Roddick= 468 minutes, 102 games, 4 mins 35 seconds per game
Gonzalez= 452 minutes, 114 games, 3 mins 58 seconds per game
Cilic= 580 minutes, 121 games, 4 mins 47 seconds per game
Del Potro= 591 minutes, 136 games, 4 mins 21 seconds per game
Murray= 319 minutes, 77 games, 4 mins 8 seconds per game
Isner= 501 minutes, 126 games, 3 mins 59 seconds per game
Karlovic= 554 minutes, 123 games, 4 mins 30 seconds per game
Nadal= 477 minutes, 92 games, 5 mins 10 seconds per game

Or in order of number of games played, lowest to highest:

Kubot= 264 minutes, 62 games, 4 mins 16 seconds per game (walkover)
Hewitt= 274 minutes, 66 games, 4 mins 9 seconds per game (retirement)
Davydenko= 309 minutes, 71 games, 4 mins 21 seconds per game
Verdasco= 317 minutes, 76 games, 4 mins 10 seconds per game (retirement)
Murray= 319 minutes, 77 games, 4 mins 8 seconds per game
Federer= 371 minutes, 83 games, 4 mins 27 seconds per game
Djokovic= 396 minutes, 83 games, 4 mins 46 seconds per game
Nadal= 477 minutes, 92 games, 5 mins 10 seconds per game
Tsonga= 360 minutes, 95 games, 3 mins 47 seconds per game
Roddick= 468 minutes, 102 games, 4 mins 35 seconds per game
Gonzalez= 452 minutes, 114 games, 3 mins 58 seconds per game
Cilic= 580 minutes, 121 games, 4 mins 47 seconds per game
Karlovic= 554 minutes, 123 games, 4 mins 30 seconds per game
Isner= 501 minutes, 126 games, 3 mins 59 seconds per game
Almagro= 516 minutes, 130 games, 4 mins 0 seconds per game
Del Potro= 591 minutes, 136 games, 4 mins 21 seconds per game

Surprised RAndy has so many minutes after blitzing his first two opponents. His annoying new passive style is really lengthening his court time.

He's seventh from the bottom both in number of games played and in time on court so it kind of makes sense looking at it that way :)

Certinfy
01-23-2010, 07:51 PM
Awesome guys :worship: Great stats.

TennisOnWood
01-23-2010, 08:30 PM
Last year Rafa in first 3 rounds spent only 294 minutes and played only 73 games :worship:

sammy01
01-23-2010, 08:56 PM
i hope all the court time wont catch up with del potro.

Noleta
01-23-2010, 08:59 PM
Thanks clever people:worship:

BigJohn
01-23-2010, 09:08 PM
Thanks to all for the great stats.

tennishero
01-23-2010, 10:36 PM
Rogie= 371 minutes

Hewitt= 274 minutes (Baghdatis retired, shortened his time on court)

Verdasco= 317 minutes (Koubek retired, shortened his time on court)

Davy= 309 minutes

Chokovic= 396 minutes

Kubot= 264 minutes (Youzhny walkover, greatly shortened his time on court)

Tsonga= 360 minutes

Almagro= 516 minutes

Roddick= 468 minutes

Gonzalez= 452 minutes

Cilic= 580 minutes

Del Potro= 591 minutes

Murray= 319 minutes

Isner= 501 minutes

Karlovic= 554 minutes

Nadal= 477 minutes


a decent thread by you... were is the catch?

btw its ROGER, not rogie, its ROG without the ie, try it please, just once!!

Roamed
01-25-2010, 09:50 PM
Thought I'd update for the quarters:

Federer = 486 minutes, 110 games, 4 mins 25 seconds per game
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Davydenko = 546 minutes, 123 games, 4 mins 26 seconds per game

Djokovic = 511 minutes, 110 games, 4 mins 39 seconds per game
v
Tsonga = 573 minutes, 153 games, 3 mins 45 seconds per game

Roddick = 673 minutes, 150 games, 4 mins 29 seconds per game
v
Cilic = 858 minutes, 176 games, 4 mins 53 seconds per game

Murray = 451 minutes, 107 games, 4 mins 13 seconds per game
v
Nadal = 633 minutes, 132 games, 4 mins 48 seconds per game


In order of number of games played, lowest to highest:

Murray = 451 minutes, 107 games, 4 mins 13 seconds per game
Federer = 486 minutes, 110 games, 4 mins 25 seconds per game
Djokovic = 511 minutes, 110 games, 4 mins 39 seconds per game
Davydenko = 546 minutes, 123 games, 4 mins 26 seconds per game
Nadal = 633 minutes, 132 games, 4 mins 48 seconds per game
Roddick = 673 minutes, 150 games, 4 mins 29 seconds per game
Tsonga = 573 minutes, 153 games, 3 mins 45 seconds per game
Cilic = 858 minutes, 176 games, 4 mins 53 seconds per game

In order of number of minutes played, lowest to highest:

Murray = 451 minutes, 107 games, 4 mins 13 seconds per game
Federer = 486 minutes, 110 games, 4 mins 25 seconds per game
Djokovic = 511 minutes, 110 games, 4 mins 39 seconds per game
Davydenko = 546 minutes, 123 games, 4 mins 26 seconds per game
Tsonga = 573 minutes, 153 games, 3 mins 45 seconds per game
Nadal = 633 minutes, 132 games, 4 mins 48 seconds per game
Roddick = 673 minutes, 150 games, 4 mins 29 seconds per game
Cilic = 858 minutes, 176 games, 4 mins 53 seconds per game

In order of length of games, lowest to highest:

Tsonga = 573 minutes, 153 games, 3 mins 45 seconds per game
Murray = 451 minutes, 107 games, 4 mins 13 seconds per game
Federer = 486 minutes, 110 games, 4 mins 25 seconds per game
Davydenko = 546 minutes, 123 games, 4 mins 26 seconds per game
Roddick = 673 minutes, 150 games, 4 mins 29 seconds per game
Djokovic = 511 minutes, 110 games, 4 mins 39 seconds per game
Nadal = 633 minutes, 132 games, 4 mins 48 seconds per game
Cilic = 858 minutes, 176 games, 4 mins 53 seconds per game

ossie
01-25-2010, 10:39 PM
i love stats

pray-for-palestine-and-israel
01-26-2010, 12:51 AM
great stats

nadal taking longest per game, no suprise

Aloevera
01-27-2010, 11:33 AM
Yesterday the first 2 sets between Murray vs Nadal ended in 120 minutes or 2 hours.

Today the first 3 sets between Fed vs Donkey ended in just 99 minutes or 1.5 hours 10 minutes...

Now the first 3 sets between Djoko vs Tsonga ended in 161 minutes or 2.5 hours 11 minutes.

Match with Nadal will usually take a longest time to end, especially tight ones. Energy draining, physically demanding for players, especially Nadal who's actually very fit himself.