John Isner

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John Isner

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John Robert Isner (ur. 26 kwietnia 1985 w Greensboro) – amerykański tenisista o statusie profesjonalnym, zwycięzca turniejów ATP Tour w singlu jak i deblu, reprezentant w Pucharze Davisa, zdobywca Pucharu Hopmana z roku 2010. Jeden z najwyższych graczy w rozgrywkach. Zwycięzca najdłuższego meczu w historii tenisa (11 godzin i 5 minut, podczas I rundy Wimbledonu 2010).
Państwo: USA
Miejsce urodzenia: Greensboro, North Carolina USA
Miejsce zamieszkania: Tampa, Florida, USA
Wzrost: 206 cm
Masa ciała: 111 kg
Gra praworęczna, oburęczny bh.
Status profesjonalny od 2007r.
Trener: Craig Boynton

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John Isner - osiągnięcia

Tytuły w singlu (6):

2013 (1) Houston
2012 (2) Winston-Salem, Newport
2011 (2) Winston-Salem, Newport
2010 (1) Auckland

Finały w singlu (7):

2012 (2) Houston, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells
2011 (1) Atlanta
2010 (3) Atlanta, Belgrad, Memphis
2007 (1) Waszyngton

Tytuły w deblu (3):

2011 (1) ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rzym (z Querrey'em)
2010 (1) Memphis (z Querrey'em)
2008 (1) Newport (z Fishem)

Finały w deblu (3):

2012 (1) ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells
2011 (1) Houston (z Querrey'em)
2010 (1) ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rzym (z Querrey'em)
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Re: John Isner

Post autor: Jisner » 18 lip 2011, 22:57

Tytuły Johna Isnera

#1) Auckland, 2010

R1 GARCIA-LOPEZ, Guillermo 46 76(3) 62
R2 MONACO, Juan 57 64 63
QF ROBREDO, Tommy 76(5) 36 64
SF MONTANES, Albert 62 76(5)
F CLEMENT, Arnaud 6/3 5/7 7/6

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#2) Newport, 2011

R32 Karol Beck (SVK) 6-3 6-2
R16 Arnaud Clement (FRA) 7-6(6) 6-4
Q Alex Bogomolov Jr. (USA)7-6(5) 6-4
S Tobias Kamke (GER) 7-5 7-6(4)
W Olivier Rochus (BEL) 6-3 7-6(6)

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Sezon 2009 w liczbach
Ranking: 34
Tytuły: 0
Finały: 0
Bilans spotkań: 27-18
Zarobki: $452,988

AO - 1 Runda
RG -
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Re: John Isner

Post autor: DUN I LOVE » 18 lip 2011, 22:58

1 runda Wimbledonu: 112 asów Isnera.

John Isner wygrał najdłuższy mecz w historii tenisa. W 1 rundzie Wimbledonu 2010 pokonał Nicolasa Mahuta 70-68 w 5 secie! Amerykanin zaserwował w całym spotkaniu aż 112 asów, co jest nowym rekordem.

W kolejnej rundzie wycieńczony Amerykanin nie sprostał Thiemo de Bakkerowi:
Wimbledon: zwycięzca rekordowego meczu nie dał rady

John Isner, bohater najdłuższego meczu w dziejach tenisa, najwyraźniej był bardzo zmęczony po historycznym już pojedynku. Amerykanin, rozstawiony z numerem 23., odpadł w III rundzie wielkoszlemowego turnieju rozgrywanego na trawiastych kortach Wimbledonu.

Isner przegrał walkę o 1/8 finału z Holendrem Thiemo de Bakkerem 0:6, 3:6, 2:6.
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MTT - tytuły (17)
2017 (1) Cincinnati M1000
2016 (1) Sankt Petersburg
2015 (1) Rotterdam
2013 (3) Montreal M1000, Rzym M1000, Dubaj
2012 (1) Toronto M1000
2011 (4) Waszyngton, Belgrad, Miami M1000, San Jose
2010 (2) Wiedeń, Rotterdam
2009 (2) Szanghaj M1000, Eastbourne
2008 (2) US Open, Estoril


MTT - finały (21)
2018 (3) Sankt Petersburg, Stuttgart, Marsylia
2017 (2) Sztokholm, Indian Wells M1000
2016 (2) Newport, Rotterdam
2015 (1) Halle
2014 (1) Tokio
2013 (2) Basel, Kuala Lumpur
2011 (3) WTF, Cincinnati M1000, Rzym M1000
2010 (2) Basel, Marsylia
2009 (4) WTF, Stuttgart, Wimbledon, Madryt M1000
2008 (1) WTF
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Re: John Isner

Post autor: Jacuszyn » 18 lip 2011, 23:00

Isner po maratonie: Trochę się zmęczyłem

Jedyne w swoim rodzaju spotkanie pierwszej rundy Wimbledonu miało dwóch bohaterów, ale tylko jednego zwycięzcę. - Trochę się zmęczyłem - powiedział pół żartem, pół serio John Isner, który po 11 godzinach 5 minutach wygrał 6:4, 3:6, 6:7 (7-9), 7:6 (7-3), 70:68.

Epicki mecz na bocznym korcie numer 18 trwał trzy dni. Dwa razy było przerywane z powodu zapadających ciemności.

- Kiedy grasz w takim meczu z taką atmosferą nie odczuwa się zmęczenia - tłumaczył nadludzką wytrzymałość obu tenisistów John Isner. Sam ostatni set trwał 8 godzin 11 minut i wystarczył do wyśrubowania nowego rekordu najdłuższego meczu, który od 1987 roku wynosił 6 godzin 39 minut.

Nicolas Mahut skapitulował dopiero przy piątym meczbolu. - Jest niewiarygodnym wojownikiem. Dzielić z nim ten dzień to dla mnie wielki honor - mówił Amerykanin.

W podobnym tonie wypowiadał się Francuz. - Grać dzisiaj to było coś wspaniałego. Publiczność przez te trzy dni była fantastyczna. John zasłużył na to zwycięstwo. Serwował nieprawdopodobnie - komplementował rywala Nicolas Mahut.

Znany deblista Mahesh Bhupathi stwierdził, że z waleczności Mahuta przykład powinni brać francuscy piłkarze, którzy zaliczyli kompromitujący występ na mistrzostwach świata w RPA.

Tylko w piątym secie obaj rozegrali 138 gemów. Może to znak, że należy też wprowadzić tie-breaka w ostatnim secie? - Nie wydaje mi się. Do czegoś takiego już nigdy nie dojdzie. Nikt się nawet nie zbliży to tego wyniku. Powinno zostać, jak jest - stwierdził John Isner.

- Życzę Nicolasowi wszystkiego dobrego. Chętnie się z nim spotkam wszędzie, byle tylko nie skończyło się na 70:68 - żartował Amerykanin.
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Post autor: Jacuszyn » 18 lip 2011, 23:00

2010 ESPY Winners
Best Record Breaking Performance: John Isner defeats Nicolas Mahut, Wimbledon
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W(12): Eastbourne 2010 i 11 innych.

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Post autor: Art » 18 lip 2011, 23:01

Making Up For Lost Time

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John Isner has begun to ramp up the intensity that was lacking in his University of Georgia days to build a well-rounded game that is reaping dividends this year.

Long before his Wimbledon epic, months before earning 15 minutes of fame for 665 minutes of toil, John Isner sat in the player's lounge of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California, and owned up to a simple truth about himself. According to Isner, "In everything I've done I've always been a late bloomer."

In a sport where precocity often carries the day, Isner notes, "I didn't work very hard on my tennis in high school," carving out a junior career just good enough to earn a scholarship to the University of Georgia. As his game matured amid high-energy undergraduates and one of the most passionate tennis venues you'll ever see, Isner's deliberate nature was quite apparent, inspiring his fellow Bulldogs to nickname him "Grandpa." Even now on the ATP World Tour, his good friend, rival and doubles partner Sam Querrey concedes the two are quite similar, a pair of low-key dudes who will treat each other to dinner should they come up against each other in singles. But when it comes to matters of post-match stretching, while Querrey might occasionally dash off the court once the last ball is hit, Isner is as devout about his rituals as a monk bowing to a shrine.

"In 2008 I came to see that maybe I'd done a little too well too early."

Tennis Hall of Famer and two-time Grand Slam singles champion Stan Smith understands the 6'9" Isner's approach. A rangy 6'4" – quite tall during his emergence in the '60s and '70s – Smith grasps the mindset of the long and lanky. Says Smith, "The big guy is trying to build a well-rounded, versatile game. That takes longer to develop."

But do not confuse Isner's methodical manner with a lack of engagement. Over the last 18 months, he has ramped up the intensity of everything from his on-court practice sessions to off-court fitness regimen, a complete transformation that has turned Isner from a curiosity to a consummate professional.

Roddick, IsnerPensive as Isner can be, his career since college has gone at rapid speed. Just three years ago, having finished four years at Georgia – including pacing the team to the 2007 NCAA title – he was ranked 416 in the South African Airways ATP Rankings. Granted a wild card into the main draw of the Legg Mason Classic in Washington, D.C., Isner won five third-set tie-breaks to reach the final, where he lost to Andy Roddick. His ranking shot up to 138. A month later he went two rounds in the US Open where he took the opening set off Roger Federer before going down in four sets but earning praise from the great Swiss. Said Federer that afternoon in New York, "His potential seems good to me... he's going to be having a good career no doubt."

But then, invariably, Isner suffered a frustrating hiccup, a pause in his growth as he sought to adjust to everything from the rigors of competition to life as a traveling pro. Having soared from 843 at the end of '06 to 107 a year later, by the end of 2008 Isner had dropped 38 spots to a world ranking of 145.

Says Isner, "I had that early success and could see I could play on the tour, that I really could compete with the best pros. But in '08 I came to see that maybe I'd done a little too well too early. I got a lot of wild cards, skipped playing a lot of Challengers and maybe didn't develop as much as I could have as a player."

'Boynton dared ask Isner if he was willing to put in the hard work necessary to become a sustainable contender.'

Says Smith, "It's a quick man's game, and the big guy might be a little more vulnerable to injuries. So that's where you have to learn a lot about fitness and things like strengthening your core. Then there's the whole aspect of travel. In team sports things are arranged for you, but in tennis you're on your own, and the world isn't always set up for someone John's height. So you've got to be aware of these things when you fly, with cars, hotel rooms. It can be a real challenge to keep your body from getting twisted."

IsnerDitto for the mind. Matters came to a head for Isner in March 2009. Following a frustrating loss in the qualifying for the Delray Beach International Tennis Championships, where he served a paltry six aces and failed to generate a single break opportunity, his ranking treading water at 137 in the world, Isner contacted Craig Boynton, a former coach of Mardy Fish and Jim Courier, long affiliated with Saddlebrook Tennis Academy. Boynton dared ask Isner if he was willing to put in the hard work necessary to become a sustainable contender. True to his background as a communications major, Isner issued a concise response: I'm ready.

Over the course of nearly two weeks that Isner calls "the best practice of my life," he and Boynton reassembled his game. If earlier Isner had primarily pondered how to hit the ball properly and deploy his massive serve, with Boynton he began to think more about how to disrupt opponents; that is, to learn how to build points and matches with purpose, strategy and tactics. Says Boynton, "I wanted him to see how the opponent is thinking, how the opponent must deal with the specific weapons John brings to the table." That awareness triggered a better understanding of which strokes Isner needed to hone technically – such as his volleys and return of serve – and in turn also gain a greater sense of which areas he should emphasize in his off-court training. According to Boynton, "The holes are being filled."

By the end of 2009, Isner had climbed an impressive 111 places up the South African Airways ATP Rankings to World to 34 and earned the ATP World Tour's Most Improved Player Of The Year Award. Good things continued in 2010, including Isner taking his first singles title in Auckland, getting to the round of 16 at the Australian Open, making his Davis Cup debut, reaching three additional finals and cracking the Top 20. As you might expect from someone who benefited considerably from playing college tennis, Isner relished the chance to represent his country. That weekend in Belgrade, Serbia, he played two singles and also stepped up at the last minute for the doubles too. "That was a thrill," says Isner. "Even though I lost in singles, I learned a lot and I know now that by putting in the hard work I really belong right up there."

IsnerPrior to Wimbledon this year, Boynton told Isner he believed he was fit enough to play for 10 hours. It turned out Boynton had under-estimated. As the world came to know, over the course of three days, Isner's apparently prosaic first-round match took on an entirely different quality. Wimbledon's Court 18, the spot for his match versus Nicholas Mahut, is a cozy spot holding 782 spectators. But by the time Isner and Mahut came out to complete their match at 59-all in the fifth, Court 18 was being watched by millions more all over the world. Over the course of 20 more games, Isner and Mahut at last finished an eleven-hour and five-minute match that shattered records left and right. The fifth set alone was longer than any previous match in tennis history. Said Isner afterwards, "I really thought it was a dream. I didn't think that type of match was possible."

"The big guy wants to take advantage of his strengths – serve, tough to pass at the net. John is really building that kind of game."

Isner instantly became a pop culture hero. There he was on David Letterman's late night show, honoured by the US Olympic Committee as June's Male Athlete of the Month, winner of an ESPY Award, praised on the floor of the U.S. Senate. That match, Isner told CNN, was "absolutely crazy," and though he will likely talk about it until he draws his last breath, as the US Open nears his summer has been a return to normalcy – hard workouts and plenty of tennis over the course of the US Open Series. [Although an ankle injury sustained in Cincinnati interrupted his Flushing Meadows preparations.]

IsnerLast year's US Open was a breakthrough for Isner. After winning two matches to match his '07 debut result, he once again arrived in Arthur Ashe Stadium to take on a past champion, in this case America's top dog, Andy Roddick. Says Isner, "I'd played Andy in that first final in [Washington] DC, and then again in DC a few weeks prior to the Open. Though he beat me both times, that second match was really close. And so I came into that match with Andy for the first time not just hoping I could win, but knowing I could win." Taking the first two sets, Isner was well aware that Roddick would counter. Soon enough, Roddick had leveled the match to take it into the fifth. But in that decisive set, Isner held strong, winning it in a tie-break. Says Boynton, "That's the kind of effort where all the work you put in pays off – win or lose." As Smith says, "The big guy wants to take advantage of his strengths – serve, tough to pass at the net. John is really building that kind of game."

There once was a time when players spoke frequently about the desire to generate specific results – to win a Slam, attain the World No. 1 ranking, crack the Top 10. But in the 21st century, the language has changed. As coaches and players have disclosed more about matters related to fitness, training and tactics, the emphasis is less on outcome, more on process: What can the player do to become a better player?

Boynton fondly refers to "the journey," which covers everything from the surrealistic Wimbledon match to a long van ride from Germany to Roland Garros to Isner finetuning the kind of gunslinger tennis he'll need to perfect in a career that will likely be filled with tons of tie-breaks. Isner too knows the road is long and that his greatest moments are yet to come. As he says, "I feel my best tennis is two or three years away."

It's ironic that while Isner's playing style is increasingly based on taking time away from his opponents, there is no question that this 25 year old is not a man to be rushed.
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Re: John Isner

Post autor: jaccol55 » 18 lip 2011, 23:02

1000 asów Isnera w jednym sezonie!

Isner w dniu dzisiejszym wbił swojego 1000 asa w tym sezonie. Tym samym wszedł do elitarnego grona graczy, którym udała się ta sztuka. Do tej pory w klubie znajdowali się: Pete Sampras (1993), Goran Ivanisevic (1994, 1996-98), Andy Roddick (2004) i Ivo Karlovic (2007). Niekwestionowanym liderem rankingu jest Ivanisevic, który w roku '96 wbił 1477 asów. Mimo 12 asów jakie Johnowi udało się "wbić" Monfilsowi w ćwierćfinale spotkania w Montepellier, nie udało mu się wygrać spotkania. Przegrał z Francuzem 6-3 4-6 4-6 po bardzo zaciętym meczu.
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Ranking: 19
Turnieje: 1 (Auckland)
Finały: 3 (Memphis, Atlanta, Belgrad)
Mecze: 38-24
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Post autor: Shinoda » 19 lip 2011, 14:22

Isner Confident On Return To Atlanta

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John Isner finished runner-up to Mardy Fish
last year in Atlanta.


After a slow start to the 2011 ATP World Tour season, John Isner comes to the Atlanta Tennis Championships riding a wave of confidence following his triumph two weeks ago at the ATP World Tour 250 grass-court tournament in Newport.

“Winning five matches in a row at this level is always tough. I don’t really care what surface it’s on so I’m coming to this event with the most confidence I’ve had all year,” said the American, who had won consecutive matches only twice this season prior to Newport.

“Up to last week, the year had been kind of a disappointment so it was good to get that win under my belt. It takes a lot of pressure off so I can go out there and free up and just play. “

Newport had added significance for Isner, who reached the 100 match wins milestone (100-80 career record) by defeating Olivier Rochus in the final.

“I’ve always been a late bloomer in everything I’ve done; I’ve always gotten better with age,” said the 26 year old. “I still think my best tennis is 2-3 years ahead of me because I don’t really have the miles on me that a lot of guys here have since they were 18. I take care of myself really well, being so big [it’s] something I’ve just gotta do. I expect to play for a lot more time.”

Isner will now attempt to extend his run of form this week on his return to Atlanta. Last year at the inaugural staging of the ATP World Tour 250 hard-court tournament, he was edged out by compatriot Mardy Fish in the third set tie-break of the title match.

The North Carolina native, who played collegiate tennis at the University of Georgia from 2004-07 and led the Bulldogs to the NCAA team title his senior year, hoped that fan support would give him another boost this year.

“This is definitely a kind of a hometown feel for me given all the Georgia fans in this area and in this state,” he said. “I remember all the support I had last year and it was phenomenal so I hope to get that same support this year. That’s one of the main reason I played well and made it all the way to the final last year.”

Isner opens against the winner of the first-round match between Latvian Ernests Gulbis and American James Blake. He said of the prospect of meeting his countryman: “We practise with each other all the time so I know James about as well as anybody. If I play him there would be no secrets, just whoever is going to be better that day is going to win.”
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#3) Wintsom Salem 2011:

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R48 bye
R32 Dudi Sela (ISR) 7/6, 6/2
R16 Jarkko Nieminen (FIN) 7/6, 6/2
Q Marcos Baghdatis (CYP) 1/6, 6/3, 6/4
S Andy Roddick (USA) 7/6, 6/4
F Julien Benneteau (FRA) 4/6, 6/3, 6/4
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2018: Doha, Pekin
2017: Szanghaj, Bazylea
2016: Queen's Club, Atlanta
2014: Pekin
2013: Montpellier, Atlanta
2012: Kuala Lumpur, Szanghaj, Bazylea

Finały (17):
2018: Dubaj, Umag
2017: Sofia, Barcelona, s-Hertogenbosch', Wimbledon
2016: Genewa, s-Hertogenbosch
2013: Barcelona, Madryt, Paryż - Bercy
2012: Dubaj, Estoril, Madryt, Rzym, Nicea
2011: Los Angeles

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Tytuły (5): Wimbledon’13, Australian Open’15, Roland Garros’15, Us Open'17, MTT Finals'18
Finały (3): Us Open’15, Wimbledon’16, US Open'18
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Post autor: Ranger » 27 sie 2011, 21:23

Isner Beats Benneteau To Win Title

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Fourth seed John Isner, who grew up in nearby Greensboro, lifted the third ATP World Tour title of his career on Saturday in front of his family and friends at the Winston-Salem Open at Forest Wake University.

Isner recorded a 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory over French qualifier Julien Benneteau to improve to a 3-5 mark in ATP World Tour finals.

The 26-year-old American Benneteau earned $74,630 in prize money and received 250 South African Airways 2011 ATP Rankings points. Benneteau, who is now 0-5 in finals, picked up $42,500 and 150 points.

World No. 113 Benneteau did not face a break point in the first set, winning 20 of his 23 service points. He broke Isner's serve to 30 at 4-4 and went onto wrap up the opener in 34 minutes.

Isner responded by hitting six aces and dropping nine points to win the 43-minute second set. It meant Benneteau, who lost his serve at 3-4 in a closely fought game, would play his fourth straight three-set match of the week.

Isner converted his second of two break point opportunities at 2-2 and maintained the advantage to seal victory in just over two hours. Both players won 72 per cent of their service points, but Isner hit 19 aces in total to Benneteau's six.

Benneteau was attempting to become the ninth first-time winner on the ATP World Tour this season, the oldest of the nine at 29 years of age, and also the first qualifier to lift a trophy since Sergiy Stakhovsky at the St. Petersburg Open in November 2009.

World No. 28 Isner improves to a 28-18 match record on the season by picking up his second ATP World Tour title in six weeks. The American has now won 17 of his past 21 matches, including his title success at the Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships in Newport, immediately after The Championships at Wimbledon.

Benneteau, appearing in a final on U.S. soil for the first time, last contested a final at the Open 13 in Marseille in February 2010 (l. to Llodra). He drops to a 16-17 season mark.
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2018: Doha, Pekin
2017: Szanghaj, Bazylea
2016: Queen's Club, Atlanta
2014: Pekin
2013: Montpellier, Atlanta
2012: Kuala Lumpur, Szanghaj, Bazylea

Finały (17):
2018: Dubaj, Umag
2017: Sofia, Barcelona, s-Hertogenbosch', Wimbledon
2016: Genewa, s-Hertogenbosch
2013: Barcelona, Madryt, Paryż - Bercy
2012: Dubaj, Estoril, Madryt, Rzym, Nicea
2011: Los Angeles

Gra podwójna:

Tytuły (5): Wimbledon’13, Australian Open’15, Roland Garros’15, Us Open'17, MTT Finals'18
Finały (3): Us Open’15, Wimbledon’16, US Open'18
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Post autor: jaccol55 » 29 sie 2011, 17:15

ATP Winston-Salem: 19 asów i trzeci tytuł Isnera

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John Isner (ATP 28) pokonał Juliena Benneteau (ATP 113) 4:6, 6:3, 6:4 i wygrał turniej Winston-Salem Open at Forest Wake University na kortach twardych w Winston-Salem.


26-letni Amerykanin, który w półfinale odprawił rodaka Andy'ego Roddicka, zdobył swój trzeci tytuł (bilans finałów 3-5). Bilans finałów Benneteau, który w półfinałowym meczu z Robinem Haasem odparł dwie piłki meczowe, to teraz 0-5.

Benneteau mógł zostać dziewiątym zdobywcą pierwszego w karierze tytułu wywalczonego w tym sezonie, najstarszym wśród tych dziewięciu (ma 29 lat) oraz pierwszym kwalifikantem - triumfatorem w cyklu ATP od czasu Serhija Stachowskiego (St. Petersburg, listopad 2009). Dla Francuza, który w tym sezonie legitymuje się bilansem meczów 16-17, był to pierwszy finał od lutego 2010 roku (Marsylia). Isner wywalczył drugi tytuł na przestrzeni sześciu tygodni (Newport) i bilans jego tegorocznych spotkań to teraz 28-18. Amerykanin wygrał 17 z ostatnich 21 meczów

W bardzo dobrze rozegranych I secie francuski kwalifikant nie bronił żadnego break pointa, a przy swoim serwisie zgarnął 20 z 23 punktów. Przełamał on Isnera przy 4:4 i seta zakończył własnym podaniem po 34 minutach. Amerykanin odpowiedział sześcioma asami w II secie, w którym przy swoim serwisie przegrał tylko dziewięć piłek. Benneteau został przełamany przy stanie 3:4 i musiał rozegrać czwarty trzysetowy mecz w tym tygodniu. W III partii Isner wykorzystał drugiego break pointa przy 2:2 i nie oddał przewagi do końca. W trwającym dwie godziny i jedną minutę meczu Amerykanin posłał 19 asów, a przy swoim pierwszym podaniu przegrał tylko 10 piłek.
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Re: John Isner

Post autor: Ranger » 01 wrz 2011, 21:35

An Interview With: John Isner

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Q. What was it like playing an opponent that is so animated like Baghdatis? Does that change preparation?

JOHN ISNER: No, it just makes it more fun, quite simply. He's always been a crowd favorite. He's just such a good guy and a good competitor. He just has fun out there. You can tell, you know, he plays tennis for the fun of the game. So, you know, it was the third time I played him this summer. We've had three competitive matches, so it's always fun playing him.

Q. Going up against a fellow American, Ginepri, in the second, is that more special because you're playing in the US Open on American soil?

JOHN ISNER: Yeah, you know, it's going to be an interesting match. The last time I played an American here was maybe Andy, if I'm correct, in 2009. So it will be a lot of fun. I know the crowd will be split down the middle probably. Two Americans. He's a good friend of mine, so I expect a good, clean match.
Źródło: http://www.usopen.org/en_US/news/interv ... 50815.html
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2017: Szanghaj, Bazylea
2016: Queen's Club, Atlanta
2014: Pekin
2013: Montpellier, Atlanta
2012: Kuala Lumpur, Szanghaj, Bazylea

Finały (17):
2018: Dubaj, Umag
2017: Sofia, Barcelona, s-Hertogenbosch', Wimbledon
2016: Genewa, s-Hertogenbosch
2013: Barcelona, Madryt, Paryż - Bercy
2012: Dubaj, Estoril, Madryt, Rzym, Nicea
2011: Los Angeles

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Re: John Isner

Post autor: Ranger » 03 wrz 2011, 11:39

Konferencja po zwycięstwie w drugiej rundzie Us Open:
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Źródło: http://www.usopen.org/en_US/news/interv ... 86164.html
Tytuły (12):
2018: Doha, Pekin
2017: Szanghaj, Bazylea
2016: Queen's Club, Atlanta
2014: Pekin
2013: Montpellier, Atlanta
2012: Kuala Lumpur, Szanghaj, Bazylea

Finały (17):
2018: Dubaj, Umag
2017: Sofia, Barcelona, s-Hertogenbosch', Wimbledon
2016: Genewa, s-Hertogenbosch
2013: Barcelona, Madryt, Paryż - Bercy
2012: Dubaj, Estoril, Madryt, Rzym, Nicea
2011: Los Angeles

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Tytuły (5): Wimbledon’13, Australian Open’15, Roland Garros’15, Us Open'17, MTT Finals'18
Finały (3): Us Open’15, Wimbledon’16, US Open'18
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Re: John Isner

Post autor: Ranger » 05 wrz 2011, 16:14

Konferencja prasowa po zwycięstwie w trzeciej rundzie Us Open:
Spoiler:
Źródło: http://www.usopen.org/en_US/news/interv ... 76185.html
Tytuły (12):
2018: Doha, Pekin
2017: Szanghaj, Bazylea
2016: Queen's Club, Atlanta
2014: Pekin
2013: Montpellier, Atlanta
2012: Kuala Lumpur, Szanghaj, Bazylea

Finały (17):
2018: Dubaj, Umag
2017: Sofia, Barcelona, s-Hertogenbosch', Wimbledon
2016: Genewa, s-Hertogenbosch
2013: Barcelona, Madryt, Paryż - Bercy
2012: Dubaj, Estoril, Madryt, Rzym, Nicea
2011: Los Angeles

Gra podwójna:

Tytuły (5): Wimbledon’13, Australian Open’15, Roland Garros’15, Us Open'17, MTT Finals'18
Finały (3): Us Open’15, Wimbledon’16, US Open'18
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Re: John Isner

Post autor: Ranger » 08 wrz 2011, 22:31

Konferencja prasowa po zwycięstwie w czwartej rundzie Us Open 2011:
Spoiler:
Źródło: http://www.usopen.org/en_US/news/interv ... 61836.html
Tytuły (12):
2018: Doha, Pekin
2017: Szanghaj, Bazylea
2016: Queen's Club, Atlanta
2014: Pekin
2013: Montpellier, Atlanta
2012: Kuala Lumpur, Szanghaj, Bazylea

Finały (17):
2018: Dubaj, Umag
2017: Sofia, Barcelona, s-Hertogenbosch', Wimbledon
2016: Genewa, s-Hertogenbosch
2013: Barcelona, Madryt, Paryż - Bercy
2012: Dubaj, Estoril, Madryt, Rzym, Nicea
2011: Los Angeles

Gra podwójna:

Tytuły (5): Wimbledon’13, Australian Open’15, Roland Garros’15, Us Open'17, MTT Finals'18
Finały (3): Us Open’15, Wimbledon’16, US Open'18
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Re: John Isner

Post autor: Ranger » 10 wrz 2011, 9:59

Konferencja prasowa po porażce w ćwierćfinale Us Open 2011:
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Źródło: http://www.usopen.org/en_US/news/interv ... 23085.html
Tytuły (12):
2018: Doha, Pekin
2017: Szanghaj, Bazylea
2016: Queen's Club, Atlanta
2014: Pekin
2013: Montpellier, Atlanta
2012: Kuala Lumpur, Szanghaj, Bazylea

Finały (17):
2018: Dubaj, Umag
2017: Sofia, Barcelona, s-Hertogenbosch', Wimbledon
2016: Genewa, s-Hertogenbosch
2013: Barcelona, Madryt, Paryż - Bercy
2012: Dubaj, Estoril, Madryt, Rzym, Nicea
2011: Los Angeles

Gra podwójna:

Tytuły (5): Wimbledon’13, Australian Open’15, Roland Garros’15, Us Open'17, MTT Finals'18
Finały (3): Us Open’15, Wimbledon’16, US Open'18
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