“I listen very carefully to the umpire and they say, It’s a 10-point tiebreaker. I’m like, All right, it’s a 10-point tiebreaker. I kind of knew it was at 6-All this time around.
“And I felt the roar was big when he won his 7th point in the breaker. People must have thought it was over.
“But, no, I mean, look, in a funny way I’m okay with all four endings, because they all have a reason to end the way they do. I don’t know what it is.
“I’m of course a historian. I like when it just goes, you know, into the infinity, if you like. But I do also see with what we saw with [Nicolas] Mahut and [John] Isner.