The sequel rarely matches the original, and John Isner’s not upset about that.
At first, John Isner thought it was a joke, and not a particularly funny one.
John Isner of the U.S. beat Nicolas Mahut of France at Wimbledon, completing the longest match in tennis history over three days and more than 11 hours on court.
John Isner , exhausted after being forced off court for the second day with no end in sight to the longest tennis match ever played, used Andy Roddick ’s fast-food delivery to help get him through.
Rafael Nadal kept his quest for a sixth French Open title alive by coming back to beat John Isner in the opening round of Roland Garros.
"For me personally it's very disappointing because, you know, I should hold myself to a pretty high standard."
- John Isner on Aug 30, 2014