John Isner has featured in a number of epic matches. Photo: Photo/Hamish Blair, Pool
John Isner has featured in a number of epic matches. Photo: Photo/Hamish Blair, PoolSource: Supplied

It is possible that John Isner was the most relieved man on the planet when the Australian Open announced it would enforce a new tie-break rule for deciding sets.

The American giant has featured in the two longest men’s singles matches of all time, developing a reputation as one of the most tenacious players on the tour.

At Wimbledon in 2010, Isner fought Nicolas Mahut in an epic three-day encounter that went to 70-68 in the fifth set in a match that saw the two men tested for more than 11 hours.

Eights years later at Wimbeldon, Isner was on the losing side of a five-set marathon against Kevin Anderson that stretched to 26-24 in the fifth.

Both matches have gone down in tennis folklore.

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“I’m almost dead,” Halep said after the match.

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“I’ve never played a third set so long. I’m very happy I could stay and win it … it was very nice we could show such good tennis.”

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AUS OPEN NOT AN OUTLIER

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While the public outcry would suggest the Australian Open is an outlier, the Grand Slam isn’t the only major that has departed from the traditional deciding set format.

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In fact, the French Open is the only major that has held off from implementing a tie-break in the decider.

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The stars have weighed in, most notably 20-time grand slam champion Roger Federer, who suggested he was “torn” with the new rule.

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“I am okay with any format really,” he said.

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“Thing is, when it goes to six-all in the fifth, you’ve had plenty of chances to win it, or lose it, so from that standpoint how it ends is secondary in my opinion.”

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While that may be true — and it’s hard to disagree with the greatest mens player of all time — a departure from tradition will always ruffle feathers.

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Here are the pros and cons to the new rule — and a list of the epic encounters that have left an indelible mark on the tennis landscape.

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PROS FOR A TIE-BREAK IN THE DECIDING SET

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Players don’t tire themselves out

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While the spectacle of a match going for hour upon hour is something to behold it can completely ruin the victor’s chances of backing it up in the next round. The prime example is Anderson in the 2018 Wimbledon final. The South African had nothing left in the tank, going down to Novak Djokovic in straight sets.

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The schedule of play isn’t disrupted

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While watching an epic that goes on long into the day, or indeed the night, is always exciting it isn’t necessarily great for the schedule of play. The flow on effect can see matches pushed back, throwing times and viewing into disarray.

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Players have already had ample opportunity to win the match

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Okay, we’ve stolen this one from Federer. But when the great man speaks, we listen.

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It’s good for journalists

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We say this tongue in cheek! But those 4am finishes can be brutal.

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CONS FOR A TIE-BREAK IN THE DECIDING SET

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We won’t get to see another Isner v Mahut epic

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In other words, we won’t get to witness matches that not only go the distance, but beyond it. We won’t be treated to watching the ultimate tests of resilience, perseverance and mental and physical strength.

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Big servers will have the advantage

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While it’s the first-to-10 — as opposed to the first to seven in an ordinary tie-break — there’s no doubt players with big serves will have a big advantage.

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THE LONGEST MEN’S MATCHES AT GRAND SLAMS

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John Isner def. Nicolash Mahut (2010 Wimbledon, 1R, 11 hours 5 minutes)

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6-4, 3-6, 6-7 (7-9), 7-6 (7-3), 70-68

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Kevin Anderson def. John Isner (2018 Wimbledon, SF, 6 hours 36 minutes)

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7-6 (8-6), 6-7 (5-7), 6-7 (9-11), 6-4, 26-24

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Fabrice Santoro def. Arnaud Clement (2004 French Open, 1R, 6 hours 33 minutes)

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6-4, 6-3, 6-7 (5-7), 3-6, 16-14

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Novak Djokovic def. Rafael Nadal (2012 Australian Open, F, 5 hours 53 minutes)

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5-7, 6-4, 6-2, 6-7 (5-7), 7-5

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THE LONGEST WOMEN’S MATCHES AT GRAND SLAMS

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Francesca Schiavone def. Svetlana Kuznetsova (2011 Australian Open, 4R, 4 hours 44 minutes)

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6-4, 6-7 (3-7), 7-6 (7-5)

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Barbora Zahlavova-Strycova def. Regina Kulikova (2010 Australian Open, 1R, 4 hours 19 minutes)

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7-6 (7-5), 6-7 (10-12), 6-3

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The Australian Open draw was revealed at Melbourne Park on Thursday night, three days out from the opening Grand Slam of 2019.

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And just like every year, there are a handful of unmissable first round encounters.

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Some of these matches would be worthy of featuring in the second week, but due to circumstances they will arrive on the first two days of the tournament.

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MILOS RAONIC vs NICK KYRGIOS

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This is without doubt the most intriguing first round encounter. In other years, this has second week written all over it. In fact, the pair met in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon five years ago. Milos Raonic produced a patchy 2018, losing in the first round of the Australian Open, as well as five of his final six games of the year. But he is still ranked No. 17 and capable of plenty. Nick Kyrgios will need to be at his best to make it past the opening round. The Australian won the only hard court contest between the pair, with the overall win-loss record three apiece, but the controversial star is short of match practice heading into next week.

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TOMAS BERDYCH vs. KYLE EDMUND

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British No. 1 Kyle Edmund got his breakthrough season off to a racing start at Melbourne Park last year. And he did it the hard way, working past world No. 6 Kevin Anderson in the first round. The draw hasn’t been favourable again for the Englishman, with veteran Czech Tomas Berdych awaiting him first thing. After missing the final six months of 2018 due to a back injury, Berdych made a convincing return at the Qatar Open recently, falling to Roberto Bautista Agut in the final. Berdych won the only meeting between the pair back in 2016.

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MARIN CILIC vs BERNARD TOMIC

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It doesn’t get much tougher first up for Bernard Tomic. Big serving Croatian Marin Cilic has a proven record at Melbourne Park. He nearly went all the way last year, falling to Roger Federer in the fifth set of the final. Tomic has beaten the world No. 7 before, but that was back in 2015. The Australian tumbled down the rankings last year and is currently ranked No. 85. But after winning the Chengdu Open last September, and after beating Nick Kyrgios at Kooyong this week, Tomic is on the way back.

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SIMONA HALEP vs KAIA KANEPI

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World No. 1 Simona Halep only has to think back to last August to remember how dangerous Estonian Kaia Kanepi can be. On that occasion, Kanepi wiped Halep off the court in the opening round of the US Open in stunning upset. The Romanian doesn’t enter the Australian Open in imposing form, given she was beaten in straight sets by Australian Ash Barty at the Sydney International this week. Kanepi may be ranked outside the top-50 at No. 70, but the 33-year-old has been as high as No. 15 and looms as a dangerous opponent for Halep.

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VENUS WILLIAMS vs MIHAELA BUZARNESCU

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On paper, this doesn’t look too difficult for seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams. But Romanian journeyman Mihaela Buzarnescu is no push over. After spending most of her career outside the top-300, the 30-year-old has been one of the biggest improvers on the WTA Tour in the past two years, moving from world No. 377 at the end of 2016 to currently be ranked No. 25. At 38, Williams is the oldest player in the top-100 and this could be her final visit to Melbourne Park as a player.

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Dan Evans has already produced what could be the shot of the year with an amazing effort in Australian Open qualifying.

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British star Evans was taking on Jurij Rodionov in the second round of qualifying and hoping to make it through to the main draw in Melbourne, The Sun reports.

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The 28-year-old was being given the run-around in one rally by his German opponent as he desperately fought to stay in the point in the first set.

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Evans had just about clawed back a monster serve from his opponent, but Rodionov looked to have easily won the point when he punched a forehand behind the Brit.

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But on the baseline Evans somehow twisted his body, spun around and then connected with a backhand of his own despite facing in the opposite direction.

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And Rodionov looked on in shock as the ball fizzed past him for the unlikeliest of winners.

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Ten days into 2019, Dan Evans has already hit Shot of the Year in #AusOpen qualifying 🤯🔥 pic.twitter.com/g6W9lNsomJ

— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 10, 2019

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Social media went crazy over the Brit’s effort, with footage of his special shot getting shared around the globe.

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On Twitter, tennis legend and 2003 US Open winner Andy Roddick wrote: “This is one of the best shots I’ve ever seen.”

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Fellow tennis star Jonny O’Mara was also full of praise, as was Sports Illustrated tennis writer Jon Wertheim.

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Can someone please find the Dan Evans shot at 4-2 15-15?!😅 Best shot I’ve seen live ever @AustralianOpen

— Jonny O’Mara (@Jonny_OMara) January 10, 2019

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It’s Jan 10 and we can say with relative certainty: everyone is playing for second place in the Shot-of-the-year category …. https://t.co/rAsdM2hOZJ

— Jon Wertheim (@jon_wertheim) January 10, 2019

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Tennis correspondent for The Times Stuart Fraser tweeted: “Dan Evans set up in his second-round qualifier and hit the shot of the tournament so far …”

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New Zealand cricket star Jimmy Neesham took to social media to simply say: “Wow.”

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Of the incredible shot, American sports site Deadspin said: “It’s one thing to stab at that kind of ball and make glancing contact; it’s another to hit it really hard right into the open part of the court.”

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Sport Bible wrote: “During the match Evans hit an incredible winner that we can’t get our heads around.”

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The shot capped a good day for the former British No. 2 as he looks to get his career back on track.

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Evans served a one-year suspension from tennis after testing positive for cocaine, at a time when he had forced his way into the top 50 in the world rankings.

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That has forced the Birmingham player to work hard through qualifiers once again just to earn a place in the main draws at top ranking events.

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And he took a step closer to achieving his aim as he ground out victory over his 19-year-old opponent 6-4 3-6 7-5.

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That leaves him just one win away from qualifying for the Australian Open, where he reached the fourth round in 2017.

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This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission

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