I think that's one of the coolest things too, Critical, that this match overshadowed the Queen being at Wimbledon for the first time in over 30 years and overshadowed all the matches of the 'top seeded' players and will continue to be the memory of Wimbledon this year. It's one of those love of the sport moments that rose right above the usual focus upon entitlement issues that can become so rote.
And seeing all those 'top' players captivated by this saga, too, is something I'll always remember. Roger Federer was like a kid talking about Isner-Mahut and postponed the press conference from his match on the 2nd day a few times because he was hoping to see the end. And seeing Venus and Serena Williams in awe of it when they were asked about it and John McEnroe and Tracy Austin sitting next to each other out on Court 18 yesterday, not commentating on the match but just there as fans, was just so cool.