That epic 70-68 fifth set at Wimbledon will never be matched or surpassed, or even challenged.
The All England Club said Friday it will introduce final-set tiebreakers next year, starting when the score reaches 12-12 in the decider.
The grass-court Grand Slam tournament is the second of the four majors to use a final-set tiebreaker to determine a singles match — either the fifth set in a men's match or the third set for the women. The U.S. Open, however, starts its final-set tiebreakers at 6-6.
At the Australian Open and the French Open, players still have to win by two games in the final set in singles matches.
"Our view was that the time had come to...