Longest grand slam tennis match (doubles)
Who
Daniel Nestor and Mark Knowles, Simon Aspelin and Todd Perry
Where
Canada ()
When
The longest Grand Slam doubles tennis match ever played is 6 hr 9 min for the Wimbledon quarterfinal match between Daniel Nestor (Canada) and Mark Knowles (Bahamas) and Simon Aspelin (Sweden) and Todd Perry (Australia) on 4-5 July 2006. Knowles and Nestor won the match 5-7, 6-3, 6-7, 6-3, 23-21.