Wimbledon Championships
Longest Match in Professional Tennis History

Fans react to watching the Isner–Mahut tennis match at the 2010 Wimbledon Championships, the longest match in professional tennis history: “You’ve got to come to Wimbledon and watch the live event because you just never know what’s going to happen.” John Isner of the United States defeated Nicolas Mahut of France in the Men’s Singles tournament first round after 11 hours, five minutes of play within over three days.

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