Wimbledon 2010

Wimbledon: Isner-Mahut Level At 47-47

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It's amazing how methodical this match has been.  No controversy, no close calls.  Just rhythmic, incessant tennis.  At some point though, it becomes awfully similar to Chinese water torture.

The Isner-Mahut Match: You Could Have Traveled To Wimbledon By Now

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With John Isner and Nicholas Mahut's fifth set rumbling onward at Wimbledon, we got to thinking. What could you have done in the time it's taken to play this match? The fifth set is currently in...

Wimbledon: Isner-Mahut Reach 44-44

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Isner still hasn’t faced a single break point in this set. Mahut has faced only three. But it might only take one more. Each player has now won as many games as there have been US Presidents, even...

Nicolas Mahut: Who Is The Man In The Longest Match Ever, Going On At 2010 Wimbledon?

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There is nothing wrong with your television. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. Yes, hard-serving American John Isner and Frenchman Nicolas Mahut really are deadlocked at 42-42 in the...

Wimbledon: Isner-Mahut Now Tied At 39-39

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39 games is the most total games you could ever have in a normal ATP tour match, the equivalent of three tiebreak sets. And both players have won that many. And we’re not done. We’re lucky to...

Wimbledon: Isner-Mahut At 37-37

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Nicolas Mahut won his first round match in qualifying 24-22 in the third set. He came back from two sets down in the final round of qualies to make it into this main draw match. In his second...

Wimbledon: Isner-Mahut Now 25-24

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The last two games have been tighter, but still no break points for an hour or so. All the records are theirs at this point. Don’t want to be on the losing end of history now. It’s worth noting...

Wimbledon: Isner-Mahut At 18-18, Ties Records For Longest Fifth Set, Most Games

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John Isner and Nicolas Mahut are now knotted at 18-18, and are guaranteed now to at least tie the post-tiebreak-era Wimbledon records for longest fifth set (38 games) and most games in a match...

Wimbledon: Isner-Mahut Still Going At 16-16; Isner Sets Ace Record

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John Isner and Nicolas Mahut have shown no signs of slowing, their first round match now dragged out to 16-16 in the fifth set—already two games longer than the epic 16-14 fifth set in the 2009...

Wimbledon: Isner-Mahut At 12-12 In Fifth Set

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With John McEnroe sitting in the third row (and last row) of the tiny Court 18 bleachers, John Isner and Nicolas Mahut have each held thrice more to extend their fifth set to 12-12. This set of six...

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