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U.S. Open Roundup: American Stalwart John Isner Plays Last Singles Match

Fittingly, the retiring 38-year-old didn’t go down easy, instead battling Michael Mmoh for nearly four hours in a five-set loss. Isner is perhaps best-known for outlasting Nicolas Mahut in an unforgettable three-day, 183-game match at Wimbledon in 2010. Here’s more on his last stand and enduring career. Plus, Caroline Wozniacki’s comeback continues, Andy Murray is ousted, and Alexander Zverev said Court 17 “smelled like Snoop Dogg’s living room.”

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U.S. Open Roundup: American Stalwart John Isner Plays Last Singles Match
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