John Isner got married, Querrey and Johnson attended

Tennis - The World No. 17 got married to Madison McKinley

Author: Luigi Gatto | 2017-12-03 08:30 | 61183 reads
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Johnn Isner joined the big club of married tennis players. On Friday the 32-year-old American got married to the designer-director Madison McKinley. Fellow compatriots Sam Querrey and Steve Johnson attended the wedding, as they are big Isner's friends.

This year Isner, a World No. 17, had a good season, getting 38 wins and 22 losses. He won Atlanta and Newport titles in the Summer American swing. Isner also reached Paris Bercy semifinals where he lost to Serb Filip Krajinovic in the third set tie-break. If he had won the title there, he would have qualified for ATP Finals in London. Isner will start his new season in Auckland, New Zealand, where he won 2010 and 2014 titles, in preparation for Australian Open in Melbourne.

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