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Longest Grand Slam Tennis Matches of all Time
Saturday, 02/02/2019
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The game of tennis has attracted a magnificent fan base in the past years. This is not only because the game carries some big names such as Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and other famous tennis players. But the fact of the matter is that it has also produced some thrilling grand slam tennis encounters.
The tennis grand slam tourney is something every tennis player and the fans look forward to. Grand slam matches have produced some real masterpieces in recent years. And some matches were very entertaining and long at the same time. Therefore, let's highlight some the longest tennis grand slam tennis matches of all time. Keep an eye on for betting odds on your favorite tennis players.
Novak Djokovic vs Rafael Nadal, Australian Open 2012 final- 5 hours and 53 minutes 
The match between two giants in the tennis sphere will always remain in tennis history books. This breath-taking encounter lasted for 5 hours and 53 minutes with Novak Djokovic coming out as the victor. Djokovic went on to win his third Australian Open, but his opponent Rafael Nadal did not go down with a fight.
You can tell why this match lasted this long. The most fascinating thing about this match is that it did not have a tie-break.
The players had the energy to keep on playing and went on until midnight. It was indeed a pulsating encounter. The encounter was almost as thrilling as playing games at casinos online for real money. 
French Open 2004, 1st Round: Arnaud Clement vs Fabrice Santoro def- 6 hours 33 minutes 
This was an all-French encounter that we will not easily forget. Fabrice Santoro took on Arnaud Clement. Both players had a very huge crowd rallying behind. But the talented and skilled Fabrice Santoro came out as the victor in a six and half hours match with a brilliant result of 6-4, 6-3, (5-7), 3-6, 16-14.