GETTYJohn Isner is into a Grand Slam semi-final for the first time in his career
14 July, 2018, 06:00
Three-time Wimbledon victor Djokovic has been waiting all day to step on to Centre Court for the other semi-final against Rafael Nadal, the match where the majority of fans would have exclusively got tickets for - they might not get to see that match now.
A match which has gone down in the record books as the longest Grand Slam final, lasting five hours and 53 minutes - and finishing at 1.37am - before Djokovic prevailed.
Instead, the two players - and a disappointed audience - were sent home after the third set on Friday with Djokovic leading 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (9) following a tense tiebreaker that had more entertaining rallies than some entire matches.
Fast food chain Nandos, which originated from South Africa, has pledged to give away free meals to people who share names with the two players, until Anderson is knocked out of the tournament or wins the final. Anderson, an ex-Illini who reached last year's U.S. Open final where he lost to Rafael Nadal, has never won a major.
To say it was a close match would be drastically underselling what took place between the two players, whose history against one another dates back to their college days when Isner played at Georgia and Anderson played at IL.
The marathon tie meant that the Nadal versus Djokovic semi-final was to be played under the roof as the light began to fade just after 8pm.
That was played over on Court 18, which now bears a plaque commemorating the record-setter.
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Williams, asked whether she's felt any pressure during this tournament, said, "This is only my fourth tournament back". She will face German world number 10 Kerber on Saturday in a repeat of the 2016 showpiece won by Williams.
The father-daughter duo, now in London with Sharif's ailing wife Kulsoom Nawaz, is expected to return to Pakistan on Friday. The NAB has already declared that Mr Sharif and Maryam will be arrested upon their arrival at any airport of the country.
Anderson and Isner's main strength is their service game, which was pretty apparent given that three sets went to a tie-break. The eighth seed will face either twice champion Rafael Nadal or three-times victor Novak Djokovic in Sunday's final.
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