Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: You-nited States of America
Re: Longest tiebreaker in ATP history?
That match didn't go to a tiebreaker. It was 21-19... in games (which is even more amazing). But the longest tiebreaker has been 20-18, which has happened in four matches.
I am a fan of Federer, Gasquet, Baghdatis, the long-deceased Safin, Youzhny, Nalbandian, Rochus, Tsonga, the sadly-departed Santoro, and good, hearty, competitive tennis matches. The quality of my life does not rest solely on who wins these matches. In fact, I would even go as far as to say that I can live quite happily after a player I like chokes, mugs, bashes, or otherwise succumbs to a loss.