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John Robert Isner was born on the 26th April, 1985 in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA. He is a professional tennis player, one of the best tennis players in the world who has been ranked as high as number 9, although currently he is ranked 12th position in the world. To add more, he holds the record of playing the longest professional tennis match. John Isner has been accumulating his net worth playing tennis professionally since 2007.
How much is the net worth of John Isner? It has been estimated by sources that currently the wealth of professional tennis player stands at $4 million, as of early 2016.
John Isner Net Worth $4 Million
To begin with, Isner played College Tennis from 2003 to 2007 at the University of Georgia; during his college career Isner won 139 individual victories, the most successful player in the history of the University. His biggest college success as an individual was winning the ITA Men’s All-American Championships in October 2005.
In mid-2007, Isner began his professional career on the ATP tour. He reached his greatest success at the ATP tournament in Washington, DC, as although he was only ranked number 416 at the time, he defeated one after another Tim Henman , Benjamin Becker , Wayne Odesnik , Tommy Haas and Gaël Monfils, reaching the final in which he defeated Andy Roddick. Thanks to this success he made the leap to number 193 in the world rankings, and he received a wild card for the following tournaments in Cincinnati and New Haven he, although failed in the first and second rounds respectively. At the USA Open he won against Jarkko Nieminen and Rik de Voest in the third round, then lost to Roger Federer. In the further course of the season Isner celebrated some success in Challenger tournaments, and ended the tennis year on position 107 in the world rankings. His net worth waas well established.
In 2008, Isner was unable to achieve great successes. In all four Grand Slam tournaments, he failed each in the first round. His best result was reaching the quarter-finals in San Jose, and ended the year ranked 144th. The year 2009 was the best in the career of John Isner, as he reached the third round at the Australian Open, and the third round of the Indian Wells Masters. Other achievements included the quarter-finals in Houston, the second round at the Masters tournaments in Montreal and Washington, as well as the second round at the US Open, and he ended the year 2009 in the position 34 in the world rankings. 2010 Isner started with his first tournament victory on the ATP Tour, in Auckland beating Arnaud Clément in the final. At the Australian Open, he reached the second round in which he won against the strong British Andy Murray. In February, he won his second doubles title alongside Sam Querrey. In 2012, Isner defeated in the Masters tournament the number one ranked tennis player – Novak Djokovic. In the final he met Roger Federer whom he also defeated. Afterwards, he appeared in ninth position in the world rankings. He is still keeping the pace, up to date, having accumulated 10 ATP Tour titles, and finished runner-up 20 times.
Finally, in the personal life of the professional tennis player, he is married to Patty Smyth; they have five children, and are based in Tampa, Florida, USA.