Anderson tops Isner 26-24 at Wimbledon; Nadal-Djokovic suspended

By By Howard Fendrich LONDON — To say that Kevin Anderson won this interminable Wimbledon semifinal Friday, and that John Isner lost it, didn’t really seem fair. To Anderson, anyway.

They had played on and on, through more than 61/2 hours of ho-hum hold after ho-hum hold, during the second-longest match in the history of a tournament that began in 1877, all the way until the never-ending serving marathon did, finally, end at 26-24 in the fifth set, with Anderson claiming the most important of the 569 points — [READ MORE HERE]

Source: SF Gate Sports

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