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After his 2010 Wimbledon feat, where he played the longest match in the history of tennis, John Isner caught the attention of many all across the globe. But, the lanky American could not impress others with his consistency afterwards. But, the new season has brought forth a new John Isner before us, who is resilient, determined and more focussed to make his mark in the ever-competitive world of tennis.
Currently ranked as World No. 10 in the ATP Rankings, the twenty seven year old has a good 23-11 win-loss record this year. He turned professional in 2007 and has won three ATP World Tour titles so far. Earlier this season, Isner beat Roger Federer in the Davis Cup encounter and then topped top-seeded Novak Djokovic at the 2012 Indian Wells Masters tournament. Isner has been enjoying fine form of late.
On the other side of the net, Alejandro Falla is an experienced campaigner. He turned pro in 2000 but was never really able to make an impact. The left-hander's win-loss record this year stands at a lacklustre 7-14, and no one really gives this Columbian a chance against Isner in this one.
The two have met twice before with Isner coming out on top on both occasions.
TennisEarth picks a hard fought three set win for the American.
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