John Isner
blank John Isner
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Greensboro, NC

High School:
Greensboro Page

Height / Weight:
6-9 / 201

Experience:
1L

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AT GEORGIA

Fall 2005:
Won ITA All-American National Championship, defeating Baylor's Lars Poerschke...third Bulldog to capture the title...made it to semifinals of National Indoor Championships before falling to UCLA's Ben Kohlloeffel...downed Ole Miss' Eric Claesson to win the Southern Intercollegiate Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex...first Georgia player to win the event since John Roddick in 1997.

Spring 2005...
Won the NCAA Doubles National Championship with parter John Isner...duo was named ITA National Doubles of the Year...earned All-American status (doubles)...ranked No. 1 doubles team in the country...named first-team All-SEC for singles and doubles...duo posted 21-4 dual match mark, going 8-3 in conference play...duo was 6-0 vs. Top 10 teams, 14-2 vs. Top 25...recorded a pair of 8-4 wins over nation's then-No. 1 ranked team of Scott Green and Ross Wilson from Ohio State...posted 19-4 dual match record in singles including 8-3 mark in the SEC...played both No. 1 and No. 2 singles, posting respective records of 11-3 and 8-1...12-8 against nationally ranked opponents...finished the year with a singles ranking of No. 13.

Fall 2004...
Ranked #60 nationally...10-3 singles record...won six straight matches at the All-America Championships, including victories over three straight ranked opponents, reaching the quarterfinals...qualified for the National Indoor Championships...Ranked #11 nationally in doubles with partner Antonio Ruiz...4-2 doubles record, 4-0 vs. ranked teams.

Spring 2004...
Reached the NCAA doubles final with Bo Hodge...SEC Freshman of the Year...First-team All-SEC...earned All-America honors in doubles...played primarily at No. 2 and 3 singles...won his first 10 matches in the spring and finished the dual-match season with a 16-3 mark, including a 7-2 record in conference play...ended season ranked No. 107 in the singles, but ranked as high as No. 63 during the season ...clinched three straight matches during the season (Florida, South Carolina and South Florida)...win against then-No. 14 Chad Harris of Vanderbilt was his highest-ranking victory...part of the third-ranked doubles team (with Bo Hodge)... posted a 40-8doubles record (40-7 with Hodge) at No. 1 doubles...they were 21-3 during the spring, with wins in first 10 matches.

Fall 2003...
Won the 2003 Southern Intercollegiate doubles title with senior Bo Hodge in Athens...posted an even 5-5 singles record during the fall season...won his first match as a Bulldog at the Napa Valley Tennis Classic...reached the Round of 16 at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships and the Round of 32 at the ITA Southeast Championship... recorded a 14-3 mark in doubles, including an impressive 13-2 record with Hodge...entered the spring national rankings at No. 97...participated in the doubles main draw at the 2003 U.S. Open in New York with teammate Pramod Dabir.

JUNIORS
Greensboro Page...ranked in the top 10 of the national rankings and entered senior season as No. 3 player in the country...ranked No. 115 in the ITF World Junior Rankings...was a doubles finalist at the National Clay Court Championship and the Junior National Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich., in 2002 after winning the clay court doubles title in 2001...was also a singles semifinalist at the National Clay Court 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... reached the singles quarterfinals and won the doubles crown of the Junior National Championships in Kalamazoo in 2003.

PERSONAL
Born April 26, 1985 in Greensboro, N.C... son of Robert and Karen Isner...has two older siblings, Nathan, 24, and Jordan, 21...Jordan is currently a tennis player at the College of Charleston...
Major: Journalism

Isner's Record

Year Singles Pct. Doubles Pct.
Fall 2003 5-5 .500 14-3 .824
Total 5-5 .500 14-3 .824
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