Someone suggested I actually do a stop watch timing of it (I stop watched all the other ones I timed.) I based the 55 minute timing on my DVD recording. When I watched it, I hit the pause button at the end of every point, and the length of my recording was 55 minutes. but a few seconds were added on to the end of every point. I started this in another thread because I couldn't change the thread title on the other one. Plus that dramatically changes things. The Capriati/Henin one was actually LONGER than the Rafa/Djoker match, despite taking one hour less to play. And both matches had the same number of games. ( I figured this was the case because Capriati tended to take like 10 seconds between serves). So now it's Nadal/Djokovic Madrid 09: 43:01 of tennis. Match time just over 4 hours. Capriati/Henin US Open 03: 46:38 of tennis. Match time 46:38 Federer/Soderling French Open 09: tennis was 23:47. Match just under 2 hours. Federer/Djokovic US Open 09: tennis was 31:13. Length of match: just over 2 1/2 hours.