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DANDY WILLIAMS   Serena Williams of the U.S. defeated Barbora Zahlavova Strycova of the Czech Republic 6-2, 6-4 in the first round at Wimbledon in London Tuesday. (Photo: Andrew Couldridge / Action Images / Zuma Press via The Wall Street Journal)

DANDY WILLIAMS   Serena Williams of the U.S. defeated Barbora Zahlavova Strycova of the Czech Republic 6-2, 6-4 in the first round at Wimbledon in London Tuesday. (Photo: Andrew Couldridge / Action Images / Zuma Press via The Wall Street Journal)

LINE ITEM   A line judge kept an eye out Tuesday at Wimbledon.  (Photo: Tony O’Brien / Action Images / Zuma Press via the Wall St. Journal)

LINE ITEM   A line judge kept an eye out Tuesday at Wimbledon.  (Photo: Tony O’Brien / Action Images / Zuma Press via the Wall St. Journal)

WIMBLE-NOT-DONE   A first-round match at Wimbledon - between American John Isner and France’s Nicolas Mahut - was suspended at 9 P.M. London time after becoming the longest tennis match on record, approaching ten hours total.  Isner and Mahut will go into their third day of play tomorrow (after three hours on Monday and almost seven hours today) tied 59-59 in the fifth set.  The previous record was a six-hour, 33 minute match at the 2004 French Open.  (Photo of John Isner [left] and Nicolas Mahut by Sang Tan / AP via the San Jose Mercury News)

WIMBLE-NOT-DONE   A first-round match at Wimbledon - between American John Isner and France’s Nicolas Mahut - was suspended at 9 P.M. London time after becoming the longest tennis match on record, approaching ten hours total.  Isner and Mahut will go into their third day of play tomorrow (after three hours on Monday and almost seven hours today) tied 59-59 in the fifth set.  The previous record was a six-hour, 33 minute match at the 2004 French Open.  (Photo of John Isner [left] and Nicolas Mahut by Sang Tan / AP via the San Jose Mercury News)