Financial planner at Highland Financial Group, Pieter Stalenhoef is a big sports enthusiast who closely follows tennis. Taking about his favorite tennis match, the one between John Isner and Nicolas Mahut at Wimbledon in 2010, he shares how he remembers every minute of the 11 hours match that lasted for over 3 days. He enjoys discussing the longest single point in tennis history that had occurred almost three decades earlier.

The exciting match between Vicky Nelson and Jean Hepner at a Richmond, Virginia event in the year 1984 is one of Pieter Stalenhoef's other favorites of all time. The match lasted 6 hours, 22 minutes turning out to be the longest match in the history of tennis for some time. It was also the longest single day match until 2013. One of the most exiting points in the match was when Hepner was down a set but managed to be up 11-10 in the tie breaker, and created an opportunity to force a decisive third set.

About Pieter Stalenhoef

Pieter Stalenhoef is an aspiring novelist who is currently working for Highland Financial Group, Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts, as a Financial Planner. He is a Bachelor in Business Administration from the University of Vermont and a Master of Investment Management from Boston University. He has been a member of the Boston Security Analysts Society for more than 18 years now. In addition to that, Pieter has also made an appearance on Barron's Magazine for his interviews about Femsa, a Mexican convenience store chain, and MBT, a Russian telecom company.