It all started quietly and without fanfare. But during three days and more than 11 hours of play, the Wimbledon match between Frenchman Nicolas Mahut and American John Isner became a record-breaking and fan-captivating battle.
The longest match in Grand Slam history ended today with a score of 70-68. Isner beat France's Nicolas Mahut in the fifth set of their record-breaking battle at Wimbledon.
"I can't describe it. It's a joke. If they're both fresh today, it could go on forever," top...Full Story