There’s a match at Wimbledon that has already set the record for longest tennis match in history – 9.5 hours and counting. John Isner and Nicolas Mahut (I know. Who?) are currently locked up at 59-59 in the fifth set. And, for those of you who aren’t really into tennis, those are games, not points. I believe they’ve just called it a day, and they will resume playing tomorrow (the match started on Tuesday). There are no tiebreakers in Wimbledon tennis, so the set will continue until one of them is up by two games, either or both of them drop dead from exhaustion, or Jesus returns and tells us all to get back to watching the World Cup.