The tallest top 10 player in history, Isner has served more than 11,400 aces throughout his career. He set a career-high singles ranking of No.8 in 2018 following a run to a first Grand Slam semifinal at Wimbledon. This is his third Laver Cup appearance for Team World, where is a proven threat in both singles and doubles.
The son of a builder and real estate agent, Isner started playing tennis when he was nine. A talented basketballer too, he opted to focus on tennis when he was 16 and played college tennis for the University of Georgia before turning pro. He and his wife Madison, who he married in December 2017, have a daughter Hunter born in September 2018 and are expecting a boy later this year.
Isner has finished ranked inside the world’s top 20 for the past nine consecutive seasons. He won his first ATP Masters 1000 title in Miami in 2018, becoming the oldest first-time winner at that level. He returned to the final in 2019, but missed the following clay court swing with a foot injury. The American has won 12 of his 14 ATP singles titles on home soil.
Semifinals: Acapulco, Delray Beach, New York