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Milos Raonic vs John Isner: Wimbledon men's quarter-final live scores

11th July, 2018

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Wimbledon Live Scores

Mens Singles, Quarter-final

London, UK

John Isner won in 4 sets

 
 
Finished s1 s2 s3 s4
Milos Raonic, CAN (13) 7 6 4 3
John Isner, USA (9) 6 7 6 6
Milos Raonic takes on the giant killing Sam Querrey in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon. (Source: Wiki Commons)
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Milos Raonic and John Isner meet in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon in a battle which has the potential to go the distance. Join The Roar for live scores from around 12 midnight (AEST).

Raonic and Isner are two of the biggest serving players on tour, and when Isner meets a fellow power packet, we have seen the results.

Back in 2010, the American and Frenchman Nicolas Mahut played the longest tennis match in history, running over a period of 11 hours and five minutes, before Isner finally won the final set 70-68.

It’s a staggering record which may never be broken, yet, you’d think if this match made it to five sets, breaks of serve will be hard to come by, which could leave us in for another epic – this time on Centre Court of the All England Club.

This is Isner’s first grand slam quarter-final in seven years though, with the American struggling to hold his own under pressure and during major tournaments.

As for Raonic, he is a former finalist at Wimbledon, losing to Andy Murray in 2016.

He has lost two sets across the course of the tournament, and is yet to be placed under any real pressure, while Isner was pushed to five sets in the second round, against Ruben Bemelmans. He has been strong since though, so there is no obvious reason to doubt the form of either player.

Prediction
Raonic has the more reliable form, so I’ll take the Canadian to get the job done.

Raonic in five sets.

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