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Are you also a tennis-fanatic, then tennis-update is the place to be. We provide live streaming of all the matches during US Open 2015, which of course include Andy Murray live stream.
Andy Murray is ready to win his second Grand Slam title and you can of course get all the juicy stuff through tennis-update. Whether you want to read informative articles, live stream US Open or just read about the players – we have it all!
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World’s longest match
Of course you can read up on the story behind the biggest tennis tournaments. Under Tennistournaments you can read, among others, about the traditions, reasons and even the marathon match at Wimbledon in 2010. For days in a row, John Isner from USA and french Nicolas Mahut overtook over the headlines when both players refused to give up. The match lasted for an overwhelming 11 hours and 5 minutes which stretched for 3 days.