Current Residence: Greensboro, NC
College: University of Georgia
- 2012 Olympic Games, loses to Roger Federer in the quarterfinals of men's singles
- 2005, Won the NCAA Doubles National Championship
- 2005, Named first-team All-SEC for singles and doubles
- 2004, SEC Freshman of the Year
- Won the 2012 ATP Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
Fun Facts: Isner was UGA's all-time leader in singles and doubles victories, earning All-American honors each of his four years and leading Georgia to the 2007 NCAA Championship ... At the 2002 Junior U.S. Open, reached the third round in doubles and fell in the second round of singles action to the No. 1 seed on the grandstand court ... Majored in journalism at UGA ... At the 2012 Wimbledon Championships, he was the eleventh seed, being the second top seed among U.S. players
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