Does mahut isner match resume
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It was suspended Wednesday for the second time due to darkness. The players are currently tied , and their match has so far taken nearly 10 hours. And now a sports story that is not World Cup-related. At Wimbledon, a truly epic tennis match set to span three days. This breaks the previous record for the longest tennis match by about three and a half hours. Isner and Mahut began playing last night, but the match was suspended because of darkness after four sets.
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American John Isner Wins Longest Match in Tennis History at Wimbledon
John Isner v Nicolas Mahut - as it happened | Wimbledon | Paolo Bandini | Sport | The Guardian
By Pritha Sarkar. The world waited to see Chapter III of this most compelling of matches on a day Queen Elizabeth was visiting the championships for the first time in 33 years. The match reached such epic proportions, that the battling gladiators were breaking records with almost every shot they made during the course of the fifth set -- which has already lasted a surreal seven hours and six minutes. With records for the longest match, longest set, most games in a set at , most games in a match at and most aces at already set by the end of play on Wednesday -- it was little wonder that the courtside scoreboard could not keep up with the antics and broke down at all.
Live Analysis: Isner Wins Marathon Wimbledon Match, 70-68
When John Isner wasted two match points at in the fifth set of his first round match against Nicolas Mahut , it might have been the moment at which the match moved beyond the realm of the believable and into the territory of the supernatural. The only trouble with that is, most people had that exact same thought about, oh, 3 hours before the set crossed the game mark. I ran out of words to describe the sheer ridiculousness of the match long, long before it was suspended because of darkness — after a point I could only look up at the score and shake my head in — progressively — disbelief, frustration and amusement. As the clock ticked by and the aces kept raining down, the score moving to , , , I was struck by a quote by Roger Federer after the marathon final he played last year against Andy Roddick , a match that ended at in the 5th. Unlike your match last year, we were genuinely half-expecting something like that to happen this time.
Absolutely unbelievable. The most games ever in a set. The most games in a match.