John Isner Bio, Age, Net Worth, Family, Career, Height, Weight & More


John Isner Biography

John IsnerJohn Robert Isner is an professional tennis player from the United States of America. He was born on April 26, 1985. The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) placed him as high as No. 8 in the world in singles competition and as No. 14 in doubles competition at one point.

Isner began his tennis career when he was 9 years old, but he did not start taking the sport seriously until he was 11 years old. He participated in athletics while attending Walter Hines Page Senior High School, where he was a member of the team that won the state championship in the year 2001. In addition, he competed in ten junior events, two of which were the 2002 US Open (where he was eliminated in the second round by Richard Gasquet, who went on to win the tournament) and the 2002 Orange Bowl. Additionally, he competed in the championship match in a tournament held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, but he was defeated by Brian Baker.

John Isner Biography & Personal Details

John Isner

NameJohn Isner
Date Of Birth26 April 1985
BirthplaceGreensboro, North Carolina, United States
Age 38 years old (As 2023)
Birth Sign Taurus
Gender Male
SchoolWalter Hines Page Senior High School
College/UniversitiyUniversity of Georgia
HobbiesHockey, basketball, baseball
Highest QualificationGraduation
ProfessionTennis player

John Isner Career

Isner’s career as a professional tennis player got off to a strong start in the summer of 2007. With a global ranking of 839, he was required to receive a wildcard in order to participate in the main draws of any and all tournaments, even those at the Futures level.

He began the summer by capturing first place in the USA F14 Futures, where he competed against and defeated the top three seeded in the competition. Then, after losing in the first round of a Challenger tournament as well as an ATP tournament, he won the Lexington Challenger in July by defeating five players ranked in the top 300 as well as three seeds, which helped him boost his ranking to no. 416 in just one month.

Isner was awarded a wildcard spot in the Legg Mason Tennis Classic in Washington, District of Columbia, the next week as a result of a late withdrawal from the previous week’s tournament, which allowed for the spot to become available. Isner made the most of his good fortune and recorded his first victories over opponents ranked in the top 100. In order to advance to the championship match, he prevailed in third-set tiebreakers on five consecutive days.

His victories included those over Tim Henman (ranked 73), Benjamin Becker (ranked 47), Wayne Odesnik (ranked 189), Tommy Haas, and Gael Monfils. In the championship match, he was defeated by fellow American Andy Roddick. After six weeks on the professional tour, his ranking improved to no. 193 in the world as a result of his week.

Isner was granted wildcard entries into three additional ATP tournaments as a result of his performance in Washington, DC. These tournaments were the Masters 1000 Series event held in Cincinnati a week later, New Haven, and the US Open. In Cincinnati, he was defeated in the first round by David Ferrer, who went on to compete in the quarterfinals. He then went on to win the following week in New Haven, defeating no. 49 Becker for a second time, but ultimately lost to Ferrer for a second consecutive week.

In his first match at the US Open, he was victorious against the 26th-seeded player, previous quarterfinalist Jarkko Nieminen. Along the way, he served up 34 aces. After that, he went on to defeat Rik de Voest and win his second-round match, but in the third round, he was defeated by Roger Federer, the top seed and eventual winner of the tournament. During the competition, Isner was one of only two players who were successful in taking a set away from Federer. His performance at the US Open helped him go up 144 places in the rankings.

Following his victory at the US Open, Isner continued to compete only in North American tournaments and concluded the year ranked 107th in the world. In the same year, John Isner was given the opportunity to serve as a practice partner for the United States Davis Cup squad.

John Isner Family, Relationship and Afair

His parents, Bob Isner and Karen Isner, were his parents. Jordan and Nathan are his older brothers, and they are both older than him.

John Isner with his father

John Isner with his Mother

Isner concentrated his studies at the University of Georgia in the area of speech communication. He made his home in Tampa, Florida, and received his tennis instruction at the Saddlebrook Academy, where he was a teammate of James Blake and Mardy Fish, among other American tennis professionals. He can be found living in Dallas, Texas at the moment.

On December 2, 2017, Isner wed his bride, Madison McKinley, who is a jewelry designer. The ceremony took place in Bluffton, South Carolina.

John Isner with his wife

They are the parents of four children: Hunter Grace, who was born on September 15, 2018, John Hobbs, who was born on October 20, 2019, James “Mack” McKinley, who was born on October 12, 2021, and Chapel Lee, who was born on April 14, 2023.

Family & Marital Status

Marital StatusMarried
ParentsMother-Karen Isner
Father- Bob Isner
SiblingsBrother-Jordan Isner, Nathan Isner
Sister-Not Known
Spouse/WifeMadison McKinley Isner

Physical Measurement

HeightIn Centimeters –208 cm
In Meters-2.08 m
In Feet and Inches –6′ 10″
Weight In Kg –108.2 kg
In Pounds –239 lbs
Hair ColourBrown
Eye ColourDark Brown

John Isner Social Media Accounts

Instagram id johnrisner210K followers
Facebook id John Isner233K followers
Youtube Channel
Twitter id John Isner275.4K Followers
Linkedin id
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John Isner Net Worth:

John Isner net worth is (Approx) $20 million dollars. And is monthly salary $0.1 Million & Yearly Salary $2 Million.

John Isner Cars Collection:

  • It is evident from John’s social media accounts that he has a passion for motor vehicles, specifically motorcycles and automobiles. However, according to a number of different sources, there is no information or statistics available about John Isner’s automobile and bike collection.

Fanmail address:

John Isner
ATP Tour, Inc.
201 ATP Tour Blvd.
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082-3211

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