Shortest Men’s Tennis match in History

In 1946 during the Surrey Open Hard Court Championships, Jack Harper played his opponent J. Sandiford. AS most matches last over an hour, this match lasted a lengthy 18 minutes as Harper beat his opponent 6-0, 6-0. To this day, this is the shortest men’s tennis match in history. I guess you could say Harper was a very happy camper after that match.

 

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