13 Facts About Isner Mahut

1. In January 2011, Isner Mahut teamed with Bethanie Mattek-Sands for the United States and they reached the mixed doubles Hopman Cup final.

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2. At the French Open, Isner Mahut came off to a strong start, beating Jordan Thompson and Paolo Lorenzi in the first and second rounds, respectively.

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3. At the US Open, Isner Mahut advanced to the fourth round, losing to Federer in straight sets.

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4. At the US Open, Isner Mahut reached the third round, where he lost to Philipp Kohlschreiber for the third consecutive year.

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5. At the 2014 Wimbledon Championships, Isner Mahut reached the third round, where he lost to Feliciano Lopez in four sets with three tiebreakers.

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6. At the 2013 French Open, Isner Mahut recovered from two sets down in his first-round match to beat Ryan Harrison in five sets.

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7. At the Rogers Cup, Isner Mahut defeated Marcos Baghdatis, but lost to Troicki in the second round.

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8. At the 2011 French Open, Isner Mahut was drawn against top seed and defending champion Rafael Nadal.

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9. At the 2009 Indian Wells Masters, Isner Mahut pulled off a major upset by defeating ninth seed Gael Monfils.

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10. That year, Isner Mahut was added to the United States Davis Cup team as a practice partner.

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11. John Isner Mahut secured his first ATP tour title in 2010 when he defeated Arnaud Clement in the final in Auckland.

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12. In 2009, Isner Mahut recorded his first-ever win against top-10 opponents in Gael Monfils, Marat Safin, and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in major events.

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13. John Isner Mahut went to Walter Hines Page Senior High School, Greensboro, and graduated with a degree in speech communication from the University of Georgia.

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