John Isner reacts after a point in his marathon semifinal match against Kevin Anderson at Wimbledon.
They slugged it out on Centre Court for six hours and 35 minutes before the eighth seed came through 7-6 (8-6) 6-7 (5-7) 6-7 (9-11) 6-4 26-24.
Anderson had won 13-11 in a decider to knock out defending champion Roger Federer in the quarter-finals, so he knew his way around a lengthy match as well.
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But world No.1 broke twice in the second set and fended off more break points to level the match.
The reason the match went on for so long comes down to one of Wimbledon's quirks - a five-set match can not end on a tiebreaker, a tradition shared at the French Open and the Australian Open. Anderson, who typically shows a reserved demeanor, would frequently fist-pump after winning a point.
"I personally don't see the added value or benefit compared to, say, at the US Open where we're playing tie-breaks in the fifth set".
"John's such a great guy and I really feel for him because if I had been on the opposite side, I don't know how you could take that playing for so long and coming up short".
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Instead, the two players - and a disappointed audience - were sent home after the third set on Friday with Djokovic leading 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (9) following a tense tiebreaker that had more entertaining rallies than some entire matches. Anderson took a tumble but managed to get to his feet and hit a left-handed shot inside the baseline, taking the point for 0-30.
Sporf shared a meme highlighting how Isner and Anderson spent more time playing than Germany did at the Fifa World Cup in Russian Federation. At stake is a place in Sunday's men's final against the man who was partly at fault for keeping Nadal and Djokovic out there so late.
As expected in a match between very tall men with booming serves, the first three sets were decided in tiebreakers. In the course of the match, Isner delivered 53 aces, and Anderson responded with 49.
But only one of these men can move through to take on Anderson on Sunday, and they will resume on Saturday, when ticket holders for the women's final will get an unexpected treat.
Anderson had a strong chance to secure the third set and potentially keep the match from going the distance - as Anderson's round of 16 and quarterfinal bouts did.
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