But he had to wait. A ceremony to mark his 11-hour, five-minute affair at Wimbledon with John Isner ensued, and the Frenchman had to pose in front of the scoreboard on Court 18 that told much but not all the story. The photo might go down as one ... CNN, 5 days ago
Tennis 'loser' is now a winner - CNN, 6 days ago
Five facts on the second day of Wimbledon at the All England Club on Tuesday: - All five of the Wimbledon warm-up winners -- Roger Federer (Halle), Denis Istomin (Nottingham), Nicolas Mahut ('s-Hertogenbosch), Andy Murray (Queen's) and Rafael ...Yahoo! India, 6 days ago Five Wimbledon facts - day two ZeeNews.com, 5 days ago
(CNN) - After losing the longest match of all time at tennis' most prestigious tournament, a dazed Nicolas Mahut wanted to escape to the locker room as quick as he could. But he had to wait. A ceremony to mark his 11-hour, five-minute affair ...Channel4000, 6 days ago
It began as one of those familiar Wimbledon staples, a first-round serving contest neither yeoman singles player appeared capable of winning. The men, an angular 6-foot-3 French qualifier and an elastic 6-foot-10 ace-maker from the U.S. who had ...ESPN.com, 1 week ago
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