It was an electrifying end to the most remarkable contest in the history of tennis, between two guys most people probably haven't heard of!
It was a total of 11 hours of tennis, and at times it seemed more like a boxing match, as these relentless competitors tumbled to the turf time and again.
"I'm a little haggard," Isner told the Today show shortly before the final confrontation. "The body's not feeling great. I have no skin on either of my pinkie toes."
But neither player gave up and at long last, victory went to Isner with a blistering backhand shot.
The jaw-dropping score of the final set was 70 to 68. Isner's mother Karen was overwhelmed by it all.
And special awards went to both players for a marathon match no one will ever forget.
The previous longest match on record was six hours and 33 minutes long.