In a final set that lasted nearly 3 hours, Anderson had break points at 7-7, 10-10 and 17-17 before finally earning the decisive breakthrough to go 25-24 up — drawing a massive roar from the crowd. He made it 0-30 in that game by winning a point after falling on his back behind the baseline but still got up in time to return Isner’s shot.
Longest matches in #Wimbledon history…⏱11hrs 5mins – J Isner d. N Mahut (2010) ⏱6hrs 35mins – K Anderson d. J Isner (2018) ⏱6hrs 9mins – M Knowles/ D Nestor d. S Aspelin/ T Perry (2006)#TakeOnHistory pic.twitter.com/EnSq6lRRKX — Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 13, 2018
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A place in the #Wimbledon final is at stake.Buckle up, this is going to be good… pic.twitter.com/24hDWzZdlt — Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 13, 2018