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Nel diventa inoltre per la prima volta numero 1 del mondo di doppio e nel vince con Herbert anche le ATP Finals.
In singolo, al contrario, dal in poi manifesta un vistoso calo di rendimento e comincia a dedicarsi di meno alla disciplina non mancano comunque alcuni lampi, come la vittoria contro Wawrinka al torneo del Queens Il match ha superato tutti i record per numero di game, di ace conseguiti e di tempo giocato .
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Nicolas Mahut nel Risultati nei tornei del Grande Slam. Australian Open. Roland Garros. US Open. V Tour Finals. Giochi olimpici. In doubles , Mahut was seeded 1st in men's doubles in a Grand Slam event for the first time in his career.
Despite the loss, on 6 June, Mahut became the 49th player and only the second Frenchman the first was Yannick Noah , who held the No. He held it for a week before losing it.
Mahut had an outstanding grass season, winning all tournaments he entered in either singles or doubles draw.
By the end of the first week, on 13 June, Mahut already clinched his fourth ATP Tour singles title by successfully defending the Rosmalen Grass Court Championships singles title, and won it for a record-tying third time in men's singles, defeating Luxembourgian Gilles Müller in straight sets in the final.
As a result, Mahut became the first, and the only player to date, who defended a title in both singles and doubles on the ATP World Tour since the new format started in Mahut then competed at the Wimbledon Championships.
In the singles draw, he defeated Brydan Klein in the first round in straight sets. He then upset 13th seed David Ferrer in the second round also in straight sets.
In the third round he defeated his doubles partner Pierre-Hugues Herbert in four sets to advance to the singles fourth round of a Grand Slam event for the first time in his career.
In the fourth round, he lost in straight sets to the 28th seed, Sam Querrey , who had unexpectedly defeated world No. By reaching the final, Mahut has reached the men's doubles final of all four Grand Slams.
He and Herbert defeated them in straight sets to win their 2nd Grand Slam men's doubles title.
He also regained the No. He also tied with Novak Djokovic for most titles on the ATP Tour 7 to date with singles and doubles title combined, a feat Murray would later catch up to.
By then, Mahut and Herbert won another 10 consecutive doubles match that dates back to the Queen's Club championships, and extended it to 11 when they won their Davis Cup World Group quarterfinals rubber against Czech Republic.
France eventually won 3—1. Mahut later commented the result at Rio as "a failure, fiasco, and disaster". After mediocre results in both singles and doubles at the Cincinnati Masters , the tournament he participated after the Olympics, Mahut competed in both singles and doubles draw at the US Open.
In singles , Mahut was unseeded and defeated Philip Kolschreiber after winning the first 2 sets and Kolschreiber retired in the first round, and then he came up with another straight set victory against close friend and countryman Paul-Henri Mathieu.
By reaching the third round, Mahut has now reached third round or better on all four Grand Slams in singles.
It also marked the first time in his career that he participated in all four Grand Slams in singles without at least one first round exit.
In the third round, he faced 6th seed Kei Nishikori and was off to a great start winning the first set, and had a lot more break point chances after the first set than Nishikori, but failed to convert any of them and lost the match while only winning 5 games in the last three sets.
In doubles , as the defending champions, Mahut and Herbert was seeded 1st, and reached the semifinals for the second consecutive year and only dropped a set en route to set up a rematch of this year's Monte-Carlo Masters final against 4th seeds Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares , which they lost in 3 tight sets.
Murray and Soares went on to win the tournament. France went on to lose the tie by a margin of a match, 2—3.
Mahut was then out of action for 4 weeks, including skipping the Shanghai Masters , where Bruno Soares was a match away from overtaking Mahut as the new world No.
Had Soares won the match, he would have become the 50th player in history to be ranked No. Mahut came back to play the inaugural European Open at Antwerp, Belgium, again in both singles and doubles draws.
In singles , Mahut was seeded 7th, but was upset by unseeded eventual runner-up Argentine Diego Schwartzman in 2 tight sets in the first round.
This marked Mahut's first loss in an ATP tour-level final, singles and doubles combined, in Mahut then participated in the Swiss Indoors , another ATP World Tour event, where he participated in both singles and doubles draw.
In singles , he was unseeded and was defeated in the opening round by unseeded Italian Paolo Lorenzi. In doubles , he partnered Roger-Vasselin since Herbert did not compete this week and was seeded 2nd, and reached the semifinals without dropping a set where they lost in straight sets to the eventual champions and 4th seeds, Spaniard Marcel Granollers and American Jack Sock.
The following week, Mahut will compete in the final tournament of the year, the Paris Masters , again in both singles and doubles draw. In doubles, Mahut and Herbert were seeded 1st and were the home favorites.
However, this time it is Mahut and Herbert who prevailed on home soil, in a close 3-set match. In the semifinals, the duo faced 8th seeds Rohan Bopanna and Daniel Nestor and again prevailed in a 3-set match to reach his second Paris Masters final.
In the final, despite being the favorites on home soil, they lost to the unseeded pair Henri Kontinen and John Peers in another 3-set match.
Mahut only needed to win 1 round robin match to secure his year-end No. In the final round robin match, Mahut and Herbert lost to Kontinen and Peers again in a decider tiebreak after winning the first set in a rematch of Paris Masters Men's Doubles final, resulting a last place finish in their group and putting his year-end No.
In contrary, 2nd seeds Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares won all of their 3-round robin matches, and finished 25 points ahead of Mahut and Herbert for the No.
However, Murray and Soares was upset by Klaasen and Ram in the semifinals in straight sets, and as a result Mahut was able to finish ranked No.
In singles, Mahut also finished at a career-best year-end ranking of No. Following on his stellar season in doubles, Mahut had a more difficult season, not progressing past the quarterfinal stage at any of the four Grand Slams events he participated in.
He did, however, duplicate his doubles success of at the Masters series tournaments, reaching four finals again, and winning three of them.
More importantly, he won all three of the doubles rubbers he played during France's successful Davis Cup campaign that ended with a 10th Davis Cup Trophy.
Mahut and doubles partner Herbert became the third all-French pair in the open-era to claim the French Open title as they defeated Oliver Marach and Mate Pavic 6—2, 7—6 in the final.
At the ATP finals in their fourth attempt as a pair, Mahut and Herbert progressed past the round-robin stage of the tournament for the first time reaching the finals before being defeated by Jack Sock and Mike Bryan.
They defeated Raven Klaasen and Michael Venus in the final 6—3,6—4. Mahut is a solid baseliner who is also very adept at serve and volleying.
He has an accurate first serve that puts his opponent out of position, and then comes to the net to finish the point, a tactic he often employs on grass.
Since Wimbledon , tie breaks are played at Wimbledon if the final set score is 12—all. This point was determined following a review of matches in the previous 20 tournaments and a consultation with players and officials.
Wimbledon had planned to recognize the players on the 10th anniversary of the match, but was unable to do so owing to their decision to cancel the Wimbledon Championships in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Instead, Wimbledon posted video coverage of the match in its entirety on its YouTube channel. Isner joked about Mahut's hairstyle: "Nicolas Mahut, I can't believe it's been 10 years.
Your hair hasn't moved an inch yet! We should take some time together to remember that amazing story. The chorus of Dan Bern 's song about the match concludes with the scores of the five sets: "six-four, three-six, six-seven, seven-six, seventy-sixtyeight".
HBO released a mockumentary in titled 7 Days in Hell , starring Andy Samberg and Kit Harington as two professional tennis players who face off in what becomes the longest match in history.
The match takes place at Wimbledon in The film was inspired by the Isner—Mahut match  and included former and current professional tennis players in cameo roles playing themselves, including John McEnroe , Chris Evert and Serena Williams.
This match also has a mention in Mr. The previous record for games played in a match was the game Davis Cup match in which the United States team of Stan Smith and Erik van Dillen defeated the Chile team of Patricio Cornejo and Jaime Fillol 7—9, 37—39, 8—6, 6—1, 6—3.
Indeed, even that portion of the fifth set played on the second day was about half an hour longer than the previous longest match, so it also broke the record for the longest play in a single day.
John Isner served his 79th ace to take the final set to 39—38 with serve. At the edition of Wimbledon, Serena Williams had a women's record aces for the entire tournament, falling short of both Isner's and Mahut's aces in a single round.
The length of the match exceeded the total playing time of Serena Williams in every round combined in winning the previous year's Ladies Wimbledon title.
She played for less than ten hours in the entire tournament. It was McIntosh's first ever Wimbledon commentary and became the longest continuous commentary for a single match in broadcasting history.
The fifth set of the match was covered by Xan Brooks of the Guardian on their Wimbledon Live Blog  and continued the following day by Paolo Bandini.
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