John Isner congratulated Kevin Anderson and wished him luck in the Wimbledon final after their remarkable Centre Court showdown.
A six-and-a-half-hour semi-final at Wimbledon did nothing to sate Kevin Anderson's desire to claim a first major title of his career.
Kevin Anderson will have to wait until Saturday to discover the identity of his Wimbledon final opponent.
A fifth-set tie-breaker is needed at every major, according to John Isner and Kevin Anderson after their six-and-a-half-hour semi-final.
Kevin Anderson and John Isner stole the headlines, but there was plenty going on at Wimbledon just two days before the grand slam's end.
Kevin Anderson was in far from triumphant mood after besting rival John Isner in a six-and-a-half-hour semi-final at Wimbledon.
It took over six and a half hours for Kevin Anderson to wrap up a semi-final against John Isner that is unlikely to be considered a classic.
After six hours and 35 minutes, Kevin Anderson finally saw off John Isner to continue his impressive run at Wimbledon.
One of the men involved in Wimbledon's longest singles match was at it again on Friday, John Isner enduring an epic with Kevin Anderson.
Two years after their last meeting in the Wimbledon final, Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber will clash again on the same stage.