Time please: Longer points, longer matches as Open becomes a slugfest
15 days ago - By Sydney Morning Herald
It's official: the players at this year's Australian Open are slugging it out for longer. Men's matches are lasting, on average, 25 minutes longer than they did during the 2021 tournament, while points are lasting longer, both in duration and the number of shots in each rally.
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