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

idolwatcher1
05-31-2006, 06:00 AM
so I planned to do this for each of the slams this year... here we go again! :p 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 :o

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 ------------------ :eek:
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 ------------------ :eek:
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 ------------------ :eek:
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/showthread.php?p=2941656

idolwatcher1
06-02-2006, 03:34 AM
updated for Round 2 :p

Frooty_Bazooty
06-02-2006, 03:38 AM
interesting, thanks for putting that up

stebs
06-02-2006, 08:57 PM
Thanks very much for this information. :yeah:

idolwatcher1
06-03-2006, 12:01 AM
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 :)

DrJules
06-03-2006, 12:03 AM
Federer's first round match is still his longest.

DrJules
06-03-2006, 12:05 AM
Will you give a list of women's matches in seconds. :lol:

celcius
06-03-2006, 12:10 AM
Cool for posting the info, keep updating it.

idolwatcher1
06-03-2006, 08:49 PM
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 :p

*updated*

idolwatcher1
06-06-2006, 12:53 AM
*updated for Round 4* ;)