SI.com Staff
Tuesday June 30th, 2015

It was five years ago that John Isner won the longest match in tennis history—an epic, three day affair against Nicolas Mahut that ended 70-68 in the fifth set. In that match, Isner set the record for the most aces in a men’s tennis match (113) and he held 89 of his 90 service games in the match, saving two of the three break points he faced. He hit 74% of his first serves in play and won 83% of those first serve points.

In his first round match at Wimbledon in 2015, Isner hit 38 aces, held all 16 of his service games, hit 82% of his first serves in play and won 93% (63 of 68) of those first serve points. Isner lost a total of 13 points in his 16 service games and saved the only break point he faced.

Check SI.com's Wimbledon 2015 data hub page throughout the whole tournament for the latest data-driven infographics and charts from IBM, the official technology partner for Wimbledon. IBM captures and analyzes the data that powers all of the Grand Slams, as well as the digital platforms that extend the experience to fans around the world.

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