John Isner sets new world record for aces during Wimbledon match
LONDON: John Isner found his serving groove early in his Wimbledon match against Italy's Jannik Sinner on Friday (Jul 1) to set a new record for the number of aces on the ATP Tour. The giant American, 37, started his match against the 10th seed four aces behind Croatia's Ivo Karlovic, who has served 13,728
'He really is a legend' - John Isner breaks the all-time aces record in his defeat to Jannik Sinner at Wimbledon
"John Isner has surpassed the all-time aces record previously held by Ivo Karlovic. Isner played the longest match in tennis history at Wimbledon against Nicolas Mahut which lasted 11 hours and five minutes in 2010. The 6ft 10in American was also involved in the third-longest match against Kevin Anderson in the 2018 Wimbledon semi-final which lasted six hours, 36 minutes."
Greensboro-native John Isner sets tennis world record for aces
GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — Greensboro-native and ranked ATP Tour tennis player John Isner has set the world record for aces in a career.An "ace" in tennis is when a player successfully serves the ball to their opponent without them being able to hit it, thus scoring a point. High Point native to wrestle in World Championships Isner is one of the largest players to ever play on the ATP Tour, standing at 6'10" and he uses his size to great adva…