Head to head records for players in men's professional tennis. View rivalry results and stats for matches on the ATP Tour. Stunden für die Ewigkeit - mehr Tennis, als John Isner und Nicolas Mahut in Wimbledon spielten, wird es in einem Match wohl nie. Nicolas Mahut (* Januar in Angers) ist ein französischer Tennisspieler. Seine größten Erfolge sind der Gewinn der Doppelkonkurrenzen der US Open.
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Vasek Pospisil Jack Sock. Miami Open , Miami. Raven Klaasen Rajeev Ram. Jamie Murray Bruno Soares. Torneo di Wimbledon , Londra. Open 13 Provence, Marsiglia 2.
Robin Haase Dominic Inglot. Ivan Dodig Marcel Granollers. Rohan Bopanna Ivan Dodig. Open di Francia , Parigi. Open de Moselle, Metz 4.
Ken Skupski Neal Skupski. European Open , Anversa. Australian Open , Melbourne. Henri Kontinen John Peers. Rolex Paris Masters , Parigi. Karen Khachanov Andrey Rublev.
ATP Finals , Londra. Ferrer F. Kas P. Paul Hanley K. Coetzee R. Aspelin J. Erlich Andy Ram. Lindstedt J. Knowle Andy Ram. Fleming Ken Skupski.
Lindstedt N. Finale M. Blake J. Leander Paes R. Berlocq L. Finale P. Bolelli F. Pospisil Jack Sock. Matkowski N.
Victoire P. Marc Polmans A. Nick Kyrgios J. Jay Clarke M. Robin Haase M. Podlipnik A. Petzschner Tim Pütz.
Kevin Krawietz Andreas Mies. Cabal Robert Farah. Rohan Bopanna D. Demoliner M. Alisa Kleybanova Max Mirnyi.
Virginie Razzano Dick Norman. Anna-Lena Grönefeld Marcin Matkowski. Abigail Spears Scott Lipsky. Kudryavtseva R. Stosur Sam Groth. Aoyama C. Londres O 2 Arena.
Haggard Orsanic. Bhupathi Mirnyi. Björkman Woodbridge. Knowles Nestor. Bryan Bryan. Kerr Nieminen. Murray Murray. Finale Benneteau. Bopanna Qureshi.
Dolgopolov Malisse. Isner won the first set 6—4, breaking Mahut's serve in the ninth game of the set after Mahut had twice double faulted.
Mahut took the second set 6—3, having broken Isner's serve to love in the second game of the set. The third and fourth sets had no breaks of serve and were both decided by tiebreaks, with Mahut winning the third set tiebreak 9—7, and Isner winning the fourth set tiebreak 7—3, leaving the score at two sets each.
At the end of the fourth set, the match was halted due to darkness. Resuming on 23 June , it soon became the longest match ever.
Isner failed to convert four match points on this day, the first when Mahut was serving at 9—10, the second and third when Mahut was serving at 32—33, and the fourth in the dramatic last game that they played at 58—59 on 23 June , with Mahut initially serving up 40—15 for the hold.
Mahut also failed to convert two break points on Isner's serve, at 50— The match was suspended for a second time because of darkness on the evening of 23 June at 59—59 in the fifth set despite chants of "We want more, we want more" from the spectators.
Isner drank a " recovery shake " and took an ice bath. Fellow American Andy Roddick brought take-out food for him and his coach, including "three boxes of pizza, all sorts of chicken and mashed potatoes"; Isner said later that he was so hungry he could have eaten "12 Big Macs",  but reported that drinking coconut water helped him rehydrate and avoid the cramping that he had experienced in the past.
Mahut also slept for only a few hours, and had a cold bath and a massage. The match was resumed on 24 June , and both players continued to dominate their service games.
With Isner serving at 68—68, Mahut went up 0—30, but Isner won 4 points in a row to hold serve. At 68—69, with Mahut serving at 15—15, Mahut netted a drop shot that would likely have won the point.
Isner, far back in the court at the time, later said that he would not have had the energy to chase after that shot. At 30—30, Isner passed Mahut at the net with a difficult inside-out forehand from the middle of the court that landed just inside the line.
This brought up Isner's fifth match point his first on 24 June and his 14th break point of the match, which Isner converted with a down-the-line backhand passing shot.
Thus, after 67 minutes of play on the third day of the match, Isner won the deciding final set, 70— The entire match over the 3 days lasted 11 hours and 5 minutes.
The chair umpire throughout the match was the Swedish official Mohamed Lahyani. On the second day of play, the courtside scoreboard stood still at 47—47 and later went dark.
IBM programmers said it was only programmed to go to 47—47 but would be fixed by the next day. Immediately after the match, both players and the umpire were presented with a crystal bowl and champagne flutes by Tim Henman and Ann Haydon-Jones on behalf of the All England Club , as special recognition of the match.
The players were then interviewed on court by John Inverdale , before a photocall for the press alongside one of the two Court 18 scoreboards showing the score.
Isner accepted the award in Los Angeles on behalf of both men. As the winner, Isner advanced to the second round where, on the day following the conclusion of his match with Mahut, he played Thiemo de Bakker on 25 June at 12 pm on Court 5.
De Bakker also had a lengthy first-round match against Santiago Giraldo , winning by a score of 16—14 in the fifth set, but unlike Isner, he had a day off before his second-round match.
Isner lost to De Bakker 0—6, 3—6, 2—6 in just 74 minutes. It was the shortest men's Wimbledon match at that point in ,  and Isner failed to serve a single ace.
Isner's doubles match was tentatively scheduled as the second match of that day on Court 19 following another men's doubles match; however, they withdrew from the doubles because Isner had a blister on his toe.
After being eliminated from the tournament, Isner said, "I'll watch sports, I'll take in the World Cup , I'll go fishing, I'll do whatever.
Einen Monat später stand er auch im Finale in Newport. Er besiegte Lleyton Hewitt mit , und und gewann damit innerhalb eines Monats seinen zweiten Karrieretitel.
Bei der dritten Finalteilnahme lief es erfolgreicher; mit Herbert gewann er am Zum 6. In der Weltrangliste übernahm Mahut daraufhin wieder die Spitze.
Mahut gab sein Debüt in der französischen Davis-Cup-Mannschaft. Am Nach insgesamt elf Stunden und fünf Minuten verlor Mahut das Match gegen Isner mit , , , , Bemerkenswert war dabei der entscheidende fünfte Satz, der erst nach Spielen die Entscheidung zugunsten des US-Amerikaners brachte.
In the final round robin match, Mahut and Herbert lost to Kontinen and Peers again in a decider tiebreak after winning the first set in a rematch of Paris Masters Men's Doubles final, resulting a last place finish in their group and putting his year-end No.
In contrary, 2nd seeds Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares won all of their 3-round robin matches, and finished 25 points ahead of Mahut and Herbert for the No.
However, Murray and Soares was upset by Klaasen and Ram in the semifinals in straight sets, and as a result Mahut was able to finish ranked No.
In singles, Mahut also finished at a career-best year-end ranking of No. Following on his stellar season in doubles, Mahut had a more difficult season, not progressing past the quarterfinal stage at any of the four Grand Slams events he participated in.
He did, however, duplicate his doubles success of at the Masters series tournaments, reaching four finals again, and winning three of them.
More importantly, he won all three of the doubles rubbers he played during France's successful Davis Cup campaign that ended with a 10th Davis Cup Trophy.
Mahut and doubles partner Herbert became the third all-French pair in the open-era to claim the French Open title as they defeated Oliver Marach and Mate Pavic 6—2, 7—6 in the final.
At the ATP finals in their fourth attempt as a pair, Mahut and Herbert progressed past the round-robin stage of the tournament for the first time reaching the finals before being defeated by Jack Sock and Mike Bryan.
They defeated Raven Klaasen and Michael Venus in the final 6—3,6—4. Mahut is a solid baseliner who is also very adept at serve and volleying.
He has an accurate first serve that puts his opponent out of position, and then comes to the net to finish the point, a tactic he often employs on grass.
On a second serve or on other surfaces, Mahut engages more frequently in baseline rallies and attacks the net whenever he sees a chance. He has consistent and accurate strokes off both wings, and he is also capable of hitting winners from both wings with a combination of speed and angle.
His consistent serve, skillful net play and clever placement of returns have also made him an exceptional doubles player.
In what became a record-setting match, spanning three days, qualifier Mahut faced 23rd seed John Isner in the first round of the Wimbledon Championships on 22—24 June.
Mahut would go on to surpass it as well with Isner took the match the following day, winning 6—4, 3—6, 6—7 7—9 , 7—6 7—3 , 70— Both players and the referee received prizes for participating in the match.
Mahut holds the record for most points won in a tennis match, at points. He also holds the Wimbledon record for most games won in a match by a losing player with From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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