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AO - how long it took them to win

idolwatcher1
01-17-2006, 05:46 PM
Here is the time it took each player to win his match at the 2006 Australian Open (in minutes):

Player Time Round
-----------------------------------------------------------
Federer 72 R2
Haas 76 R2
Horna 78 R2
Ginepri 79 R1
Baghdatis 80 R3
Roddick 82 R3
Federer 83 R1
Vliegen 87 R1
Nieminen 88 R1
Stepanek 88 R1
T. Johansson 91 R3
O. Rochus 96 R1
Ferrero 97 R1
Kim 97 R1
Nalbandian 101 QF
Roddick 104 R1
Chela 106 R1
Kohlschreiber 106 R1
Ancic 107 R2
Grosjean 107 R1
Roddick 108 R2
Wawrinka 108 R1
Andreev 109 R1
Federer 109 R3
Haas 111 R1
Sanguinetti 111 R1
Ferrer 113 R3
Nieminen 113 R2
Horna 114 R1
F. Lopez 115 R1
Ljubicic 115 R4
Luzzi 115 R1
Robredo 115 R3
Gaudio 118 R2
Luczak 120 R1
Grosjean 122 R2
Bracciali 123 R1
Santoro 123 R1
Chela 124 R3
Sluiter 124 R1
Gremelmayr 125 R1
Robredo 125 R1
Ljubicic 126 R1
Grosjean 127 R4
Nalbandian 127 R4
Blake 129 R2
Santoro 129 R2
Benneteau 131 R2
Santoro 133 R4
Davydenko 134 R2
Verdasco 134 R1
Garcia-Lopez 136 R1
Mayer 138 R1
Baghdatis 139 R1
T. Johansson 139 R1
Ljubicic 140 R2
Kiefer 142 R4
Mathieu 145 R2
Ljubicic 146 R3
Goldstein 148 R1
Ferrer 149 R1
Simon 150 R2
Baghdatis 152 R4
Kiefer 152 R2
Mathieu 152 R1
Faurel 153 R1
Monaco 154 R1
Blake 155 R1
F. Lopez 155 R2
Mirnyi 155 R1
Haas 157 R3
Hernych 159 R1
Mathieu 159 R3
Federer 160 SF
Pashanski 161 R1
Ancic 166 R1
Federer 166 F
Healey 166 R2
Ferrer 169 R2
Malisse 169 R1
Burgsmuller 170 R1
Coria 172 R2
Grosjean 172 R3
Berdych 173 R1
Nalbandian 174 R3
Kiefer 177 R3
Federer 178 R4
Davydenko 179 R3
Andreev 180 R2
Moodie 180 R1
Nalbandian 180 R2
Gremelmayr 183 R2
Hrbaty 183 R1
Robredo 183 R2
Tipsarevic 184 R1
Luczak 187 R2
Baghdatis 190 R2
Mirnyi 190 R2
Phau 192 R1
Federer 193 QF
Vliegen 193 R2
Tursunov 194 R1
Delic 196 R1
Muller 196 R1
Baghdatis 197 QF
Davydenko 201 R1
Chela 203 R2
Baghdatis 207 SF
Coria 209 R1
Davydenko 210 R4
Hrbaty 211 R3
Nalbandian 211 R1
Norman 211 R1
Ferrero 218 R2
T. Johansson 220 R2
Pavel 224 R1
Hewitt 226 R1
Santoro 227 R3
Kiefer 230 R1
Hrbaty 231 R2
Bogomolov Jr. 245 R1
Simon 253 R1
Kiefer 288 QF

Average time (for matches won) = 151.28 minutes (2 hours and 31.28 minutes)



The following is how long it took each player to get past his first three rounds (in total):

Federer - 264 minutes
Roddick - 294 minutes
Haas - 344 minutes
Grosjean - 401 minutes
Baghdatis - 409 minutes
Ljubicic - 412 minutes
Robredo - 423 minutes
Ferrer - 431 minutes
Chela - 433 minutes
T. Johansson - 450 minutes
Mathieu - 456 minutes
Santoro - 479 minutes
Davydenko - 514 minutes
Kiefer - 559 minutes
Nalbandian - 565 minutes
Hrbaty - 625 minutes


The following is how long it took each player to win his third round match:

Baghdatis - 80 minutes
Roddick - 82 minutes
T. Johansson - 91 minutes
Federer - 109 minutes
Ferrer - 113 minutes
Robredo - 115 minutes
------------------ over 2 hours ------------------
Chela - 124 minutes
Ljubicic - 146 minutes
Haas - 157 minutes
Mathieu - 159 minutes
Grosjean - 172 minutes
Nalbandian - 174 minutes
Kiefer - 177 minutes
Davydenko - 179 minutes
------------------ over 3 hours ------------------
Hrbaty - 211 minutes
Santoro - 227 minutes


The following is how long it took each player to win his second round match:

Federer - 72 minutes
Haas - 76 minutes
Horna - 78 minutes
Ancic - 107 minutes
Roddick - 108 minutes
Nieminen - 113 minutes
Gaudio - 118 minutes
------------------ over 2 hours ------------------
Grosjean - 122 minutes
Blake - 129 minutes
Santoro - 129 minutes
Benneteau - 131 minutes
Davydenko - 134 minutes
Ljubicic - 140 minutes
Mathieu - 145 minutes
Simon - 150 minutes
Kiefer - 152 minutes
F. Lopez - 155 minutes
Healey - 166 minutes
Ferrer - 169 minutes
Coria - 172 minutes
Andreev - 180 minutes
Nalbandian - 180 minutes
------------------ over 3 hours ------------------
Gremelmayr - 183 minutes
Robredo - 183 minutes
Luczak - 187 minutes
Baghdatis - 190 minutes
Mirnyi - 190 minutes
Vliegen - 193 minutes
Chela - 203 minutes
Ferrero - 218 minutes
T. Johansson - 220 minutes
Hrbaty - 231 minutes


The following is how long it took each player to win his first round match:

Ginepri - 79 minutes
Federer - 83 minutes
Vliegen - 87 minutes
Nieminen - 88 minutes
Stepanek - 88 minutes
O. Rochus - 96 minutes
Ferrero - 97 minutes
Kim - 97 minutes
Roddick - 104 minutes
Chela - 106 minutes
Kohlschreiber - 106 minutes
Grosjean - 107 minutes
Wawrinka - 108 minutes
Andreev - 109 minutes
Haas - 111 minutes
Sanguinetti - 111 minutes
Horna - 114 minutes
F. Lopez - 115 minutes
Luzzi - 115 minutes
Luczak - 120 minutes
------------------ over 2 hours ------------------
Bracciali - 123 minutes
Santoro - 123 minutes
Sluiter - 124 minutes
Gremelmayr - 125 minutes
Robredo - 125 minutes
Ljubicic - 126 minutes
Verdasco - 134 minutes
Garcia-Lopez - 136 minutes
Mayer - 138 minutes
Baghdatis - 139 minutes
T. Johansson - 139 minutes
Goldstein - 148 minutes
Ferrer - 149 minutes
Mathieu - 152 minutes
Faurel - 153 minutes
Monaco - 154 minutes
Blake - 155 minutes
Mirnyi - 155 minutes
Hernych - 159 minutes
Pashanski - 161 minutes
Ancic - 166 minutes
Malisse - 169 minutes
Burgsmuller - 170 minutes
Berdych - 173 minutes
Moodie - 180 minutes
------------------ over 3 hours ------------------
Hrbaty - 183 minutes
Tipsarevic - 184 minutes
Phau - 192 minutes
Tursunov - 194 minutes
Delic - 196 minutes
Muller - 196 minutes
Davydenko - 201 minutes
Coria - 209 minutes
Nalbandian - 211 minutes
Norman - 211 minutes
Pavel - 224 minutes
Hewitt - 226 minutes
Kiefer - 230 minutes
------------------ over 4 hours ------------------ :eek:
Bogomolov Jr. - 245 minutes
Simon - 253 minutes

Gilles Simon being helped up after his match was over
http://img361.imageshack.us/img361/6086/mel216011614593pm.jpg


Retired matches in Round 1: Gaudio - after 56 minutes, Healey - after 68 minutes, Benneteau - after 71 minutes, Wang - after 124 minutes

+alonso
01-17-2006, 05:48 PM
My two faves played more than 4 hours to lose his matches.. :rolleyes:

vincayou
01-17-2006, 05:49 PM
I'm amazed at the amount of statistics you are able to produce just to put up Ginepri. :lol:

idolwatcher1
01-17-2006, 05:52 PM
I'm amazed at the amount of statistics you are able to produce just to put up Ginepri. :lol:
I planned to do these statistics before any of the matches started, thank you... :rolleyes:

Deboogle!.
01-17-2006, 05:54 PM
My two faves played more than 4 hours to lose his matches.. :rolleyes::hug: :hug: :hug: :hug: :hug: :hug:

nobama
01-17-2006, 05:56 PM
I'm amazed at the amount of statistics you are able to produce just to put up Ginepri. :lol:Don't be so pissy. :ras:

Angle Queen
01-17-2006, 05:57 PM
What I'm most surprised in is...how many big names were in the 3+ hours group: Davydenko, Coria, Nalbandian, Hewitt and Kiefer. Fortunately, for most of them, their fitness levels are rarely suspect and I'm hoping it's not a factor in their second round match. Thanks for the interesting stats idolwatcher.

tangerine_dream
01-17-2006, 05:58 PM
Interesting stats, thanks idolwatcher. :hatoff:

Deboogle!.
01-17-2006, 06:01 PM
What I'm most surprised in is...how many big names were in the 3+ hours group: Davydenko, Coria, Nalbandian, Hewitt and Kiefer. Fortunately, for most of them, their fitness levels are rarely suspect and I'm hoping it's not a factor in their second round match. Thanks for the interesting stats idolwatcher.They should all be fine, except maybe Kiefer (I only say that b/c I'm not sure of the status of his ankle problem from Kooyong). A lot of players will say that sometimes early struggles set you up better as the tourney goes on b/c you get the match toughness :) Plus, length of match doesn't always tell the whole story. A match between baseliners will be longer than between two serve-volleyers or if you have someone who ends the point really quickly (or is playing so poorly or so well that the points don't last long :lol: ). I bet Davydenko's match against Karlovic wasn't all that terribly tiring :lol:

Fumus
01-17-2006, 06:04 PM
Haha...that match with Melzer was hilarious. Jurgen throws in the towel with the best of them, Gaudio, Ginepri, Labadze, Safin. He belongs in the sentence with those guys.

vincayou
01-17-2006, 06:06 PM
I planned to do these statistics before any of the matches started, thank you... :rolleyes:

yeeeeeeeaaaaah rrrrrrright! ;)

good work by the way. :)

Donny
01-17-2006, 06:18 PM
Love these fun data collections; thanks for compiling.

Shock to see four of the top six seeds down in the +3 hours category. :eek:

Gaudio and his set and a half win (56 mins)?

idolwatcher1
01-17-2006, 06:20 PM
What I'm most surprised in is...how many big names were in the 3+ hours group: Davydenko, Coria, Nalbandian, Hewitt and Kiefer. Fortunately, for most of them, their fitness levels are rarely suspect and I'm hoping it's not a factor in their second round match. Thanks for the interesting stats idolwatcher.
I was a bit surprised also, but I figured Davydenko and Karlovic would each take at least one set, and with Karlovic's serve, I expected that they would go to at least one tie-break to lengthen their match. I'm wondering how well Simon will do against Berdych in the next round... :unsure:

yeeeeeeeaaaaah rrrrrrright! ;)

good work by the way. :)
I plan to do the same stats for Roland Garros, Wimbledon, and the US Open (for at least the first couple rounds; as long as the info is made available to me), and I won't know the results in advance ;)

idolwatcher1
01-17-2006, 06:22 PM
Love these fun data collections; thanks for compiling.

Shock to see four of the top six seeds down in the +3 hours category. :eek:

Gaudio and his set and a half win (56 mins)?
:) Yes, Gaudio said he was quite happy with his first round :p

Fumus
01-17-2006, 06:31 PM
What's the shortest grand slam match in history? I mean non retirement, or default etc..

Deboogle!.
01-17-2006, 06:33 PM
Didn't Fed win one in around an hour sometime recently?

I bet a long time ago when the tour wasn't nearly as deep and 3 of the slams were on grass, that the matches were a lot shorter, esp. in the early rounds.

Papakori
01-17-2006, 06:35 PM
thankyou Idolwatchter1

bokehlicious
01-17-2006, 06:36 PM
What's the shortest grand slam match in history? I mean non retirement, or default etc..

Maybe the triple bagel that Th. Champion received in RG :shrug:

Fumus
01-17-2006, 06:36 PM
Didn't Fed win one in around an hour sometime recently?

I bet a long time ago when the tour wasn't nearly as deep and 3 of the slams were on grass, that the matches were a lot shorter, esp. in the early rounds.

Hmm...I remember seeing Agassi beat someone in 2003 at the Aussie Open in like 50 minutes.

Deboogle!.
01-17-2006, 06:37 PM
Hmm...I remember seeing Agassi beat someone in 2003 at the Aussie Open in like 50 minutes.An article on the BBC Site says Perry won one of his Wimbledon finals in 40 minutes:eek:

Fumus
01-17-2006, 06:37 PM
Maybe the triple bagel that Th. Champion received in RG :shrug:

:confused:

The Champion :confused:

Fumus
01-17-2006, 06:38 PM
An article on the BBC Site says Perry won one of his Wimbledon finals in 40 minutes:eek:

Yea that's pretty quick.

I remember tonight when Andy beat Wesley in 15 minutes. :o

Pigpen Stinks
01-17-2006, 06:45 PM
All I can say is Gilles Simon had better put some meat on them bones.

bokehlicious
01-17-2006, 06:45 PM
:confused:

The Champion :confused:

Thierry Champion [FRA] ;)

Deboogle!.
01-17-2006, 06:53 PM
Here you go, Ryan.... doesn't give times, but still

http://www.tennis28.com/slams/shortest_matches.html

Fumus
01-17-2006, 06:59 PM
Here you go, Ryan.... doesn't give times, but still

http://www.tennis28.com/slams/shortest_matches.html

Sweet.

That Andre match I was talking about is on there. Andre went out after that match and had a hit because he felt he didn't do enough durning the match. lol... :)

Deboogle!.
01-17-2006, 07:13 PM
Yep, that match took Andre 80 min though :p
http://espn.go.com/tennis/aus03/s/2003/0114/1492829.html

Fumus
01-17-2006, 07:15 PM
Yep, that match took Andre 80 min though :p
http://espn.go.com/tennis/aus03/s/2003/0114/1492829.html


I have been debitized. :o

Deboogle!.
01-17-2006, 07:17 PM
I have been debitized. :o:kiss:

ae wowww
01-17-2006, 07:25 PM
:eek: Gilles [Simon] had a long one!! He looks so skinny in the pic too!!

Deboogle!.
01-17-2006, 07:27 PM
btw, Ryan, what might be an even more interesting question is like, the fastest 4-set match (one in particular comes to mind ;)) and especially 5-set matches. :)

musefanatic
01-17-2006, 07:29 PM
Great thread idolwatcher1! :)

Oh poor simon! :(

Fumus
01-17-2006, 07:42 PM
btw, Ryan, what might be an even more interesting question is like, the fastest 4-set match (one in particular comes to mind ;)) and especially 5-set matches. :)

Ok I give up. What was the fastest 4-setter you had in mind?

Deboogle!.
01-17-2006, 07:44 PM
Ok I give up. What was the fastest 4-setter you had in mind?6-0 3-6 6-2 6-3 in 93 minutes, you figure out the rest :)

Fumus
01-17-2006, 07:46 PM
6-0 3-6 6-2 6-3 in 93 minutes, you figure out the rest :)

Crap and I talked about this match earlier today! :o

Rusedski v. Roddick AO 2005. Shiat!

Deboogle!.
01-17-2006, 07:47 PM
Crap and I talked about this match earlier today! :o Yeah, you did :rolls:

Fumus
01-17-2006, 07:52 PM
Yeah, you did :rolls:

Oh ho ho sooo funny! You have won this day but, I will be backkk.....................................

idolwatcher1
01-19-2006, 06:27 PM
Updated for second round!

SwissMister1
01-19-2006, 07:42 PM
Thanks idolwatcher.

So what was the quickest retirement in a slam? Usually guys wait at least a set, although I remember Sluiter retiring after only a couple of games against Melzer at the Aussie Open I think two years ago.

almouchie
01-19-2006, 07:49 PM
great stats
thumbs up mates

Doris Loeffel
01-20-2006, 12:46 AM
So far the winner is......

.... Roger

with just 155 min spent on court for two matches ;)

nobama
01-20-2006, 01:05 AM
I think Andy's going to set a record against Benneteau today.

idolwatcher1
01-21-2006, 06:35 PM
Updated for third round!

Doris Loeffel
01-21-2006, 09:21 PM
And Roger is still in the lead!! Keep it up that way Roger!!

almouchie
01-21-2006, 09:40 PM
its a ridiculous stat for Federer, so far he has had a very easy draw
& had Tommy Haas not entered the draw, Federer would have crusied to the semsi untroubled

World Beater
01-21-2006, 09:42 PM
its a ridiculous stat for Federer, so far he has had a very easy draw
& had Tommy Haas not entered the draw, Federer would have crusied to the semsi untroubled

yes mayer is crap and so is mirnyi :rolleyes:

federer always luck.....buuuuuuuuu.


jajajaja

RonE
01-21-2006, 10:13 PM
yes mayer is crap and so is mirnyi :rolleyes:

federer always luck.....buuuuuuuuu.


jajajaja

:haha: :haha: :haha:

shotgun
01-21-2006, 10:17 PM
Hrbaty the iron man. An average of almost 3 and a half hours per match. :p

idolwatcher1
01-30-2006, 08:48 PM
Updated to show entire tournament results :)

wonder how Roland Garros will compare... :p