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What is the longest match in the history?

I dont know.
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I dont know.
So why do you start a thread like this??
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So why do you start a thread like this??
This is Joachim we are talking about. The one who starts meaningless threads each day for no reason.

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off the top of my head it was 1984 Vicki Nelson-Dunbar d. Jean Hepner 6-4 7-6 in a first round match, i forget the tournament. It was a 6 hour match. Its listed in the WTA media guide, check that for the exact information.

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I'm sure a Coetzer vs Martinez match has to be in the top 10.

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off the top of my head it was 1984 Vicki Nelson-Dunbar d. Jean Hepner 6-4 7-6 in a first round match, i forget the tournament. It was a 6 hour match. Its listed in the WTA media guide, check that for the exact information.

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and that wasn't even a 3 set match

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