More on John Isner Longest Tennis Match Ever Remains Undecided John Isner at Wimbledon: Day 5 Isner, Mahut Match Shatters Tennis Records John Isner just won the longest match in tennis history, and although it doesn't appear that this 25-year-old athlete has a girlfriend in his life, we're sure the ladies will be lining up momentarily -- as if they weren't already. He's a pro athlete, great looking, and seems like a nice guy, so he's for sure a good catch. If he does have a GF, we'd love...Read Full Story
It's a good thing tennis players are in great shape. John Isner (US) and Nicolas Mahut (France) played a 10-hour tennis match, the longest in tennis history, over the last few days at Wimbledon, and Isner finally came out on top yesterday after 2 days of play. According to Fanhouse.com, the crazy match shattered all sorts of tennis records. The match started off Tuesday evening, but when things were still tied up and it was getting dark, officials called off play for the night. Then, 7...Read Full Story
Photos: John Isner gets ESPY AwardEarlier today we posted a video of John Isner Receiving the ESPY Award 2010... Now we have morean 10 pictures from that moment...Isner and Nicolas Mahut won the ESPY Award for Best Record-Breaking Performance for their marathon match at Wimbledon.The American John accepted the ESPY Award from gold medalists Lindsey Vonn and Shaun White on Wednesday evening at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.ESPY Award host Seth Meyers referred to the match in his opening...Read Full Story
That's it, call a halt to the World Cup and to Wimbledon now, before things begin to go downhill.
It's the morning after the day before and the nation is reflecting on England's progression in to the last 16 of the World Cup and on the longest, most dramatic tennis match in the history of Wimbledon. Both events helped to lift the country's spirits, to bring a smile to football fans' faces after a week of negativity and to ignite interest in the world's greatest tennis tournament - in a year...Read Full Story
Did you see or hear about the about the longest tennis game in history. It was finished last Thursday at the Wimbledon Championships.
It was a first-round encounter between John Isner of the United States and Nicolas Mahut of France, with Chair Umpire Mohamed Lahyani. After 11 hours, five minutes and 183 games – spread across three days – the longest tennis match in history finally ended at 4.48pm on June 24, 2010 with Isner beating the Mahut 70 to 68 in the final set.
Although tennis appears...Read Full Story
John Isner Wall
John Isner (born April 26, 1985) is a tennis player from the United States. His match against France's Nicolas Mahut at the 2010 Wimbledon tournament lasted a record 10 hours, before Isner finally won. See more about John Isner here.