John Isner Net Worth

Who is John Isner? What is net worth of John Isner? At 6’10”, with a serve that’s as swift as a bullet, John Isner is one of the most physically striking players in tennis court. Today, we will have a look at his family, achievements and career in order to get to know him better.

John Isner Personal and Family

John Robert Isner was born on April 26, 1985 in Tampa, Florida, United States. Tennis came into his life when he was just 9. His Father, Bob, is a builder and his mother, Kate, is a real estate agent. He has two brothers, namely, Jordan and Nathan. He also has a pet dog named Maggi. John is in a relationship with stunning Madison McKinley since 2011.

John Isner Net Worth 2017-2018

John had set school record for singles and doubles wins as 4-year All-American at University of Georgia during 2004 and 2007. He aced NCAA doubles and team titles and was a finalist in singles, in 2007. Playing golf, poker and basketball, watching ESPN, and fishing are some of his hobbies. He is a huge Carolina Panthers (NFL) and University of Georgia football fan. Former NBA player and star Karl Malone is his idol.

He used to play basketball till 9th grade. His love for basketball was evident when he said if he wasn’t a tennis player, he would possibly be a basketball player. TV show, Curb Your Enthusiasm is his all time favourite. He recognises hard court as his favourite surface and his forehand and serve as strengths. For the term of 2014-16, he was elected as a member of the ATP Player Council. He was also voted the ATP Most Improved Player of the Year in 2009. His fitness trainer is Kyle Morgan and Clint Cordial is his chiropractor.

John Isner Net Worth

John Isner owns a net worth of around $32 Million US Dollars as of 2017. Wimbledon and French Open made John’s fortune. He also endorses many brands. In 2010, he played the longest professional tennis match in history where he defeated Nicolas Mahut. The total time of the match was 11 hours and 5 minutes, over the course of three days. As of September 2016 stats, he is the number 1 American ranked male tennis player.

John Isner Assets

John earns from his endorsements, profit participation, houses and ads. Coca-Cola, Prine, and Ebix are his prime sponsors. He has a strikingly gorgeous mansion, Saddlebrook Mansion, worth $0.2 million.

Ranking: He wraped 2016 as No. 1 player from USA for 5th straight season. It also marked his 7th sequent year in Top 20. This American reached career-high No. 9 on Apr. 16, 2012 after run to Houston final. He then fell to number 27 on Oct. 17, 2016 which was his all time low.

He has won 10 titles at ATP World Tour 250 level, which includes 3 in Atlanta, 2 in Auckland, 2 in Newport and 2 in Winston-Salem. He has earned 30+ wins in 7 straight seasons (2010-16). John also made tour-level debut at 2007 Newport and earned each of his 1st 5 wins in 3rd-set TB at 2007 Washington. Fastest serve has been recorded in his name a tour-level match during 2016 Davis Cup 1R wins over Tomic (157 mph).

Isner entered quarter finals of 1st Grand Slam at 2011 US Open. He made his grand slam debut at US Open, in 2007 and reached 4R in 2009 and 2015. He dropped in 4R at 4 other Grand Slam events, most recent being Australian Open and Roland Garros (2016).

John Isner lost to countryman Steve Johnson on 27th Feb in the Mexican Open. It was an easy 6-4, 6-4 win for Johnson. He advanced to the second round. It was Isner’s third straight loss against Johnson. He was also beaten by him earlier this year in the Auckland quarterfinals and last year in the same round in Washington.

Andy Murray defeated John Isner to win Paris Masters final on 6th November 2016. It was Isner’s one of the best performances but he fell short.

Average losing record holding serve of the world is by the Top 20 players from the uncertain scoreline of 0/30 (49% of the time). John Isner leads here, holding 70 per cent of the time. Apart from being a game of feel and touch, tennis is also a game of patterns and percentages. The scorelines can be navigated more successfully if more knowledge is acquired about these scorelines.