Long, short of ten­nis

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Above, South Africa's Kevin An­der­son cel­e­brates af­ter de­feat­ing Amer­i­can John Is­ner in a fi­nal-set tiebreak of their men’s sin­gles semi­fi­nal match at Wim­ble­don on Thurs­day. An­der­son won, 7-6, 6-7, 6-7, 6-4, 26-24, in a match that lasted 61⁄ hours, the sec­ond-long­est in his­tory at the All Eng­land Lawn Ten­nis and Cro­quet Club. Rafael Nadal, left, had his semi­fi­nal match with No­vak Djokovic cut short be­cause of dark­ness. The match will re­sume to­day. COV­ER­AGE, PG 7 Ten months af­ter giv­ing birth, Ser­ena Wil­liams bids for her eighth Wim­ble­don ti­tle

DANIEL LEAL-OLI­VAS/GETTY IM­AGES

KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH/AS­SO­CI­ATED PRESS

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