With over $18 million won in prize money, it’s safe to say that John Isner‘s athletic career has been nothing short of remarkable. Most famous for his strong serve and the 2010 match win against Nicolas Mahut at Wimbledon, the longest match in the history of modern tennis, Isner’s carved himself quite a name in the professional tennis world.
Previously having trained with B3 Medical’s athletic trainer, P.J. Orgass, we truly are proud of his accomplishments and for having the opportunity to help him through our sports medicine program throughout the process. Isner has gone from a young rookie with tons of potential to a career-high top 8 player in the world… and he’s still going strong!
B3 Medical and P.J Orgass
P.J. Orgass has been working alongside Isner this year ahead of the Australian Open, Hall of Fame Open, and his fourth Newport Title win. Passionate about patient care and maximizing the athletic potential of his patients, P.J. strives to restore, maintain, and promote not only optimal physical function, but optimal wellness, fitness, and the highest quality of life. Helping incredible athletes perform at their peak while avoiding injury is what our team at B3 lives for.
About John Isner
Born in Greensboro, North Carolina, Isner started playing tennis when he was only 9 years old. During his time at the University of Georgia (2004-07), he had set the school win record – making a name for himself among his peers. During his senior year, he reached the NCAA singles final, won doubles titles, team titles, and went pro in the same year.
Since then, Isner has won 15 ATP tour titles, $18,397,716 in prize money (singles and doubles combined) and holds the record for winning the longest tennis match of all time (11 hours and 5 minutes of play over 3 days). Throughout all of this, he ended 9 straight seasons maintaining a ranking in Top 20.
This year, he has won another title at Newport with a prize of about $1.46 million. You go, John!
Watch highlights of his recent match against Guillermo Garcia-Lopez below, where Isner defeated him in straight sets:
His biggest title of all is being the father of his 1-year-old daughter, Hunter. John Isner is happily married to his wife, Madison, and they reside in Dallas, Texas. When he’s not competing, Isner likes watching football, playing poker, and fishing. He gives a lot of credit to his happy personal life for his successes in his tennis career.
John Isner Key Stats:
DOB: April 26, 1985
Titles: 15 (Singles), 5 (Doubles)
Plays: Right-Handed, Two-Handed Backhand
Turned Pro: 2007
APT Rank: #17
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