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Thought it might be useful to compare!

Number of minutes spent on court
Federer - 538
Djokovic - 614
Nadal - 650
Murray - 786

Number of games played
Djokovic - 125
Nadal - 134
Federer - 138
Murray - 170

Minutes on court divided by games played
Federer - 3.90
Murray - 4.62
Nadal - 4.85
Djokovic - 4.91
 

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There is no way Mugray hit 184 winners. These stats must be wrong.
 

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Thought it might be useful to compare!

Number of minutes spent on court
Federer - 538
Djokovic - 614
Nadal - 650
Murray - 786

Number of games played
Djokovic - 125
Nadal - 134
Federer - 138
Murray - 170

Minutes on court divided by games played
Federer - 3.90
Murray - 4.62
Nadal - 4.85
Djokovic - 4.91
These numbers show why Roger has such incredible results/longevity/consistency at GS.

He is very efficient.
 

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Thought it might be useful to compare!

Number of minutes spent on court
Federer - 538
Djokovic - 614
Nadal - 650
Murray - 786

Number of games played
Djokovic - 125
Nadal - 134
Federer - 138
Murray - 170

Minutes on court divided by games played
Federer - 3.90
Murray - 4.62
Nadal - 4.85
Djokovic - 4.91
Some of these guys have had retirements. No wonder Roger has been so dominant. Having said that, the winner comes out of the first semifinal.
 

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it only matters the time they played?¡? it doesnt make sense to divide time/games :/
It does matter.

average time per game shows how efficient they are.

As you can tell, Roger is the most efficient, and Djokovic (and Nadal) mucked around on court the most during their matches. Djokovic spend the most energy on court per game than the rest.
If he continues this style of playing, he will not have the same longevity of RF.
 

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Some of these guys have had retirements. No wonder Roger has been so dominant.
It is the opposite.
Because Djoker and Nadall had opponents retired, they should have had their total time lowest, but as the stats show, it is RF who had the lowest total time.
So RF is most dominant despite the other guys having had retirements.
 

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Im just wondering who outside the top 4 is finally going to put an end to this monopoly. Its been the top 4 for going on 4 years now. :rolleyes:
 

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.... or everyone else is questionable. I think u can look at it from both sides
Yeah, it's too bad we don't have all time legendary players like Cedric Pioline and Todd Martin making slam finals.
 

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it only matters the time they played?¡? it doesnt make sense to divide time/games :/
a good stat actually

Minutes on court divided by games played
Federer - 3.90 - clinical so far
Murray - 4.62 - long rallies (defensive play)
Nadal - 4.85 - long rallies, serve preparation
Djokovic - 4.91 - long rallies, long games and ball tapping
 

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Im just wondering who outside the top 4 is finally going to put an end to this monopoly. Its been the top 4 for going on 4 years now. :rolleyes:
they are the only good ones in this weak era (mug era)
 
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