It’s the off-season and, after the busy and memorable 2010 John Isner had, you would think he would take this time to vacation and be away from tennis, right? That is not the case.
In an exclusive interview with The Slice, John said, “Hopefully I’ll be able to take a week or so off when I can [...]
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John Isner will be hosting a charity exhibition match in Raleigh, North Carolina on November 20 to benefit ovarian cancer research at Duke University Medical Center. The match will be held in the J.W. Isenhour Indoor Tennis Center at N.C. State and will feature Luke Jensen, Irina Falconi and Lauren Herring.
John’s mother is an ovarian [...]
- Joe Fleming of USA TODAY and his thoughts on WTA player of the year, doubles team of the year, story of the year and more.
- People.com reports Maria Sharapova will design her own wedding shoes (with help from Cole Haan).
- Maria Sharapova “feels spoiled” with a $250,000 engagement ring, according to USmagazine.com.
- John Isner [...]
The practice courts at the US Open were as busy as a beehive, with appearances by John Isner and Maria Kirilenko (pictured above). WTA Tour number 1 doubles player Liezel Huber and her partner, Nadia Petrova practiced on court number 5, as did up-and-comer Andrea Petkovic (who benefited from a walkover yesterday).
Lean fish is sometimes the key to a healthy diet. Yesterday, lean Fish was the key to winning the Atlanta Tennis Championships.
Mardy Fish, playing some of the best tennis of his career, took out Andy Roddick and John Isner on his road to win his second straight tournament. The 28-year-old isn’t just running around with confidence, [...]
In an all-American final, Mardy Fish defeated friend John Isner 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 (7-4) to win the Atlanta Tennis Championships.
Germany’s Julia Goerges defeated Switzerland’s Timea Bacsinszky 6-1, 6-4 to win her first WTA Tour at the Nurnberger Gastein Ladies Tournament.
Kazakhstan’s Andrey Golubev of defeated Austria’s Juergen Melzer to win the International German Open in Hamburg, Germany. [...]
Our “Anatomy of a Meltdown” posts seem to be so popular (Ex. Novak and Andy) and, since we’re in a good mood today, we’ve decided to switch things up a little bit and give you Mardy Fish’s anatomy of a win.
First, you fall to your knees after winning Championship Point. In Mardy’s case, this point was [...]