The Russian pair of Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina won their maiden Wimbledon women's doubles title on Saturday with a thumping 6-0, 6-0 win over Taiwan's Hao-Ching Chan and Romanian Monica Niculescu.
The match lasted 4 hours, 40 minutes, only 21 minutes shorter than the longest men's doubles final in history.
The last 20 minutes of the men's final was played under a closed roof because of darkness.
Chan and Niculescu were playing just their second event together, though Chan was previously one half of a successful sister act with Chan Yung-jan (詹詠然).
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More than 300 Palestinians have lost their lives at the hands of Israeli forces since October 2015, when the tensions intensified. Jaffa Gate, heavily used by tourists and near the Old City's Jewish Quarter, was open but with a heavy police presence.
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Those who call themselves leaders have no say in the public while Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is a leader of global stature, he added. A six-member JIT was set up in May which also probed a number of serving and former officials in connection with the case.
"We knew if we give them a little chance, the momentum can change".
Melo, who will return to world number one in the doubles rankings on Monday, adds another major title to the one he secured at the French Open in 2015.
"After the first set, I looked at the clock".
Kubot also becomes a two-time grand slam champion after he won the Australian Open doubles title in 2014.
The roof over Centre Court, which was closed for the women's final earlier in the day, was open at the start of the men's doubles match.
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In response, Corbyn told BBC News that the economy would do well under a Labour-led government that focused on raising investment. But Britain under a Corbyn-led government could "hit the canvas, flat on our back" if it adopted hard-left economics, Blair said.