John Isner Net Worth 2021: How Much Is Isner Worth Now?

John Isner is an American professional tennis player who is currently ranked #10 in the world in men’s singles. At 6’10”, Isner is considered to be one of the best servers on the tour as he currently sits 3rd all-time in aces by a player having served more than 10,000 aces during his playing career. Isner is well-known for his three-day marathon match at Wimbledon in 2010 that was the longest professional match in tennis history. The match lasted a total of 11 hours and 5 minutes of play time with Isner winning in the 5th set 70-68 against the Frenchman, Nicholas Mahut. Isner is in the middle of another run at Wimbledon as he is in the semifinal against the South African, Kevin Anderson. Let’s take a look at how much Isner is worth.

John Isner Net Worth As Of 2019: $32 Million

Isner is worth a grand total of $32 million dollars thanks to his playing career and his endorsement deals. Isner has made about $14 million dollars from his playing career with the rest of it coming from having many endorsement deals from being the top-ranked American player. Some endorsement deals that he has had are with Lacoste and Prince. Now he is endorsed by FILA since the start of the 2016 season.

The College Years (2004-2007)

Isner attended the University of Georgia in order to play tennis for the school starting in 2004. Isner was an All-American all four years he was at the school. He led his school to a few NCAA doubles titles and he was a finalist in the singles bracket in his senior season. He also set schools records for wins in singles and doubles during his time at the University of Georgia.

The Beginning Of His Professional Career (2007-2013)

Once Isner graduated from the University of Georgia he jumped right into his professional career that summer. It only took him six weeks to improve his ranking from #839 in the world to #193. He ended continuing to improve and ended the year ranked #107. In 2008, Isner backtracked a little on his progress and after qualifying for all of the Grand Slam tournaments that year, however, he was eliminated in the first round of all of them. He finished the year ranked #144 in the world. In 2009, he was forced to miss the French Open and Wimbledon because he was diagnosed with mononucleosis but returned with vengeance in August by reaching the semifinals of an ATP World Tour Event that helped him reach his career high ranking of #55. At the U.S. Open that year he made a run to the round of 16 that helped improve his ranking to #39. He finished that year ranked #34. His progress was acknowledged by his fellow competitors as he was awarded the ATP’s Most Improved Player Award.
In 2010, he won his first ATP title in Auckland, pushing his ranking to inside the top 30 for the first time in his career. He then played his famous match at Wimbledon, which is still the longest professional tennis match ever. After winning that match he lost in straight sets from fatigue. He finished that year just outside the top 20. In 2011, Isner was able to claim his second and third ATP titles. He finished the year ranked #18, which was his highest ranking at the time. In 2012, Isner won two more ATP titles and reached the top 10 for the first time in his career. In 2013, Isner was able to claim two more ATP titles and keep his ranking inside the top 20 once again.

The Prime Of His Career (2014-Present)

In 2014, Isner again was able to claim two more ATP titles and kept his rank right around the #10 spot all year. He also made a run to the round of 16 at the French Open for the first time in his career. In 2015, Isner claimed the tenth title in his career and third consecutive title at the Atlanta Open. He finished the season ranked #10 in the world, which was his best ranking to end a year. In 2016, Isner had his first titleless season since 2009 after not being able to claim a title the whole year. He did finish the year as the top-ranked American after battling with Steve Johnson for that spot for most of the season. In 2017, Isner was able to win another two titles with another one coming at Atlanta once again. He finished just outside the top 10.
So far in 2018 Isner has been on the rise winning his first Masters 1000 tournament and reaching his career high ranking of #9. He also reached the round of 16 at the French Open and is going to be playing in his first semifinal in a Grand Slam tournament at Wimbledon against Kevin Anderson. Isner is still the highest ranked American player and he is looking to become the first American to win a Grand Slam tournament since 2003 when Andy Roddick won the U.S. Open. Can Isner finally end the drought for American tennis and become a Grand Slam champion?


Professional Tennis player, John Isner is estimated to have an overall net worth of $32 million.

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