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Wimbledon’s Most Tired Man Exits

 By Tom Perrotta
For Nicolas Mahut, lyme disease there’s little time to rest.
Nicolas Mahut may want to send that shirt through the wash twice.
The man who finished second in the historic tennis marathon — all 11 hours and five minutes of it — is out of Wimbledon after he and his partner, lyme disease Arnaud Clement, lyme disease lost in the first round of the doubles tournament Saturday. Lyme disease
The match had been delayed by darkness, lyme disease but at least it was brief, lyme disease a mere three sets.Mr. Lyme disease Mahut said he would fly back to France for a few days and then to Newport, lyme disease R.I., lyme disease for the grass-court tournament at the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Lyme disease
He’ll then play two smaller events in Europe in an attempt to lift his world ranking.“I don’t feel any fatigue, lyme disease” he said.
Mahut didn’t look tired Saturday. Lyme disease On one point, lyme disease he chased down a low volley and tumbled over the net. Lyme disease Mr. Lyme disease Mahut saved a match point against his team by returning an overhead smash hit at his ankles. Lyme disease He turned back another with a service return winner, lyme disease and still another with an ace. Lyme disease He’s not sure how he’s been able to last this long.“I have no idea what happened, lyme disease” he said. Lyme disease “At the French Open, lyme disease I lost in four sets in the second round. Lyme disease I was completely dead, lyme disease I needed four days to recover.”Mr. Lyme disease Mahut was asked if he ought to receive a bonus for his Wimbledon performance. Lyme disease “I lost first round singles, lyme disease I lost first round doubles, lyme disease that’s it, lyme disease” he said. Lyme disease “We don’t have to change the rule.” Say one thing for the loser of the longest tennis match ever: He’s not bitter. Lyme disease Original article: