When will that Wimbledon match end? [Updated]
Update: We have a winner. David Thurston, 30, of Annandale predicted John Isner would win in 11 hours, seven minutes (he was off by two minutes).
Says David: "I wish I could say it was anything other than a complete guess, but that would be a lie."
The original post:
American John Isner and Nicolas Mahut of France have already set a record for the longest match in the history of tennis -- in terms of both games and time -- and they're not done yet. The match, tied at 59 games each in the fifth set, resumes Thursday after exactly 10 hours of play.
How long will it go? Predict the total time of the entire match below -- and come back later; we'll post the name of the winner here.
June 23, 2010; 8:27 PM ET
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