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Kevin Anderson comes up short in Wimbledon final

USATODAY.com Sunday, 15 July 2018
Kevin Anderson comes up short in Wimbledon finalAfter coming through two grueling five-setters to reach the Wimbledon final, Kevin Anderson finally ran out of steam
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News video: Kevin Anderson Outlasts John Isner in Record-Breaking Wimbledon Match

▶ Kevin Anderson Outlasts John Isner in Record-Breaking Wimbledon Match 01:03

Kevin Anderson Outlasts John Isner in Record-Breaking Wimbledon Match Kevin Anderson won the second-longest match in Wimbledon history to reach the men's final. Anderson defeated American John Isner after a semifinal match that lasted six hours and 35 minutes. The match duration beats the 2012...

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