Ok, I did some calculations, here are some facts for you. The match lasted a total of 369 points; It was 5:53 long which translates to 21180 seconds, there were 26 change of ends, each of which is 90 seconds, which means that every point lasted 51 seconds. So that's 51 seconds a point, including actual time when the ball is in play. If each rally lasted on average 20 seconds, then that means there was an average of 30 seconds per point. I actually timed Nadal and Djokovic for a little while, Nadal took around 32 seconds most points, Djokovic was 23-25, so lets say there was an average of 30 seconds per point. If both players had taken an average of 20 seconds per point, that's a difference of just 10 seconds every point the match would have been 61 minutes and 30 seconds shorter! Yes, longest final in GS history only because of the amount of time both players were taking between points. It winds me up like nothing else when commentators talk about getting rid of lets, how about making players play faster?