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Isner-Anderson's semifinal clash at Wimbledon is already the second longest in the tournament's history

American John Isner and South Africa's Kevin Anderson are locked in a marathon fifth-set semifinal duel that already ranks as the second one longest in Wimbledon's storied history. At last take a look at, the match between the 9th seeded Isner and 8th seeded Anderson was once tied up 7-6, 6-7, 6-7, 6-4, 24-24 and exceeded the former document holder for second-longest match between Croatian Marin Čilić and American Sam Querrey, with that third-round come upon working 5 hours and 31 mins in 2012. Of route, Isner isn't any stranger to marathon fits, he holds the document for the longest match in time and games, 11 hours and 5 mins, with Isner defeating France's Nicolas Mahut in a three-day, first round classic also at Wimbledon.