Marathon John runs out of steam
PARIS -- John Isner can't help himself.
He just loves to go long in these major tournaments.
The 28-year-old American played the longest match in the history of the ATP World Tour -- 11 hours, 5 minutes three years ago at Wimbledon -- and the second-longest at Roland Garros at 5 hours, 41 minutes.
On Saturday, he lost the first two sets to Tommy Haas, and while some observers were probably mentally advancing the 35-year-old German to the fourth round, Isner wasn't feeling ...
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