Wimbledon: Anyone at Wimbledon a year ago, it seems, remembers bits and pieces of the longest match in tennis history, the 11-hour, 5-minute marathon between John Isner and Nicolas Mahut. It stretched over three days before Isner won 70-68 in the fifth set.
Get ready for the rematch, scheduled to begin Tuesday at the All England Club. Fittingly, perhaps, Isner-Mahut II might not finish Tuesday. That's because theirs is the fourth match on tap for Court 3 - and the forecast calls for rain.
Court 3 holds 1,980 spectators, about 1,200 more than tiny Court 18, which now bears a plaque noting it was the site of the 2010 original Isner-Mahut.