And again is Isner: Opelka win the longest Tiebreak of the ATP

Opelka reached the final thanks to a three-way victory and was thus fair to his favorite role. So far, as normal, but the way it did the survive Hüne, was especially: Opelka Rank John Isner with 7: 6 (9: 7), 7: 6 (24:22) And then was not at all Aware that he had set up a record. “I lost the overview. At some point it was 21:21,” said the 24-year-old Lapidar.

The Longest Tiebreak in ATP History! | Isner vs Opelka Semi-Final Dallas 2022

In the final, Opelka then needed Tiebreaks, two at the number. Against Jenson Brooksby (21) he won 7: 6 (7: 5), 7: 6 (7: 3) and thus celebrated its third tournament victory on the tour to New York 2019 and Delray Beach 2020.

2010 was already as a marathon man

And Isner? He once again confirmed his reputation as a marathon expert. In 2010, he and the Frenchman Nicolas Mahut in Wimbledon disputed the longest match of history. After 11:05 hours, the American with 6: 4, 3: 6, 6: 7 (7: 9), 7: 6 (7: 3) and 70:68 (!) Had prevailed after 11:05 hours. The last sentence only lasted 8:11 hours – the Tiebreak was only a blink of the eye this time.

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