John Isner involved in another marathon fifth-set at Wimbledon

For a while there Sunday, it looked like John Isner might challenge his own record. 

Isner, who was part of the longest match in tennis history, found himself in a fifth-set against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Sunday at Wimbledon.

Unfortunately for Isner, this one didn’t end as well. Tsonga broke his serve at 17-all and then sealed the match 6-7 (3), 3-6, 7-6 (5), 6-2, 19-17 in a contest that went more than four hours and took parts of two days to complete.

In 2010, Isner won an 11-hour match against Nicolas Mahut with a final set that ended up 70-68. That match took parts of three days to complete and smashed several records.

So when Isner and Tsonga kept trading games in the final set, people took notice.