Top 10 unknown facts about tennis player John Isner

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Top 10 unknown facts about John Isner 

John Isner is an American professional tennis player who was born on April 26, 1985, in the United States of America, he is known for his fast serve and physical appearance.

Since the retirement of Andy Roddick from tennis, John Isner is the few bright talents left for American men’s tennis. John Isner’s huge physical personality also made him famous for his gameplay.

Here are 10 unknown facts about John Isner:

1). In the match against Nicolas Mahut in Wimbledon 2010, John Isner made a record of hitting the most aces in the single match of men’s tennis. John Isner hit a total of 113 aces during 6-4, 3-6, 6-7 (7), 7-6 (3), and 70-68 win over Nicolas Mahut.

2). In 2010 Wimbledon, John Isner also featured in the longest ever tennis match in tennis history against Nicolas Mahut which lasted for 11 hours and five minutes.

3). John Isner has scored the most aces overall 13,748 aces in tennis history.

4). Against the match against Bernard Tomic in Davis cup 2016, John Isner holds the record for hitting the ATP’s fastest official serve ever at 253 km/h (157.2 mph). Which also holds the record of third-fasted serve in tennis history.

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5). John Isner’s 6 feet 10.5-inch height makes him the third-tallest player in tennis behind Ivo Karlovic and Reilly Opelka.

6). American Tennis player John Isner also featured in the short comedy-drama movie “The Discontentment of Ed Telfair in 2013 as Doug”

7). Tennis player John Isner maintains a healthy sporting weight of 111 kg.

8). On the 2010 ATP tour, John Isner won his first-ever ATP Tour title after defeating Arnauld Clement 6-3, 5-7, 7-6(2) and won the Heineken Open in Auckland.

9). John Isner also set the record for the most games won in a Wimbledon match with 92 wins.

10). John Isner won the 2010 ESPY Award for the best record-breaking performance in sport for the match against Nicholas Mahut.

Also Read: John Isner Biography


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