Tagged with John Isner

Britain poised for USA challenge

Britain poised for USA challenge

This weekend’s mouth-watering tie on the clay of San Diego is sure to be an interesting watch. The USA, giants of the sport but no longer among the top dogs, entertain Great Britain, back in the Davis Cup World Group. There will be some big-hitting on the clay, which makes for tantalisingly good tie. I, … Continue reading

Classic Match of the Week

Classic Match of the Week

Following on from yesterday’s Cincinnati Masters quarter-finals I decided to select one of those matches as this week’s Classic. I couldn’t look much further than John Isner’s game against world number one Novak DJokovic. Djokovic is one Masters event away from winning every single one. The one that has eluded him is this very event. … Continue reading

Classic Match of the Week

Classic Match of the Week

This week we take a look at a Wimbledon match that went down into the history, as the longest ever in the sport. I’m sure you remember the incredible 2010 first round match between American┬áJohn Isner and Frenchman Nicolas Mahut. It lasted for 11 hours and 5 minutes on Court 18. Enjoy the video below. … Continue reading

The Stars of the US

The Stars of the US

This is the start of a fortnightly post about the top ten ATP players in certain countries, this week’s is the USA. Although, the recent retirement of Andy Roddick his American tennis hard, they still have nine players in the ATP top 100 and their tenth is 101st! However, I must say that the US … Continue reading