Britain’s favourite tennis player Andy Murray is back in action today at Wimbledon as he takes on the big serving American John Isner in the second round.
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Sir Andy Murray had to come from a set down to defeat James Duckworth in four sets; he was unstoppable in the final three sets, facing no break points.
The Scot will go up against a familiar foe, someone he has faced one too many times; in fact, he has a perfect record against Isner, with nine wins in as many clashes between these players.
Andy Murray has enjoyed some fine form recently, having won nine of his last 11 matches, he’ll fancy his chances of making it 10 wins from 10 against the American.
At 2.08m, John Isner is taller than most players on the ATP tour, only two players are taller than him. Because of his height, Isner is one of the best servers on tour; he uses his height to his advantage, making it difficult for other players to break his serve.
Conversely, because of his height, the American also struggles to break his opponent’s serve. It’s worth noting that Isner’s best performance in a grand slam came in this tournament; he got to the semi-final of the 2018 edition, losing out to eventual runner-up Kevin Anderson.
This will be Isner’s 10th encounter with Andy Murray; he’ll hope for better results than he had in previous clashes.
Andy Murray Form Guide and head to head
John Isner has had a fairly good record on grass, he won 51 of 82 total matches on this surface. However, it’s fair to point out that Isner will be going up against a two-time Wimbledon champion; Andy Murray has looked good since the start of the grass court swing, winning eight of 10 matches; he also tends to play well against Isner.
These players have faced off nine times since January 2010, and Murray won all nine matches; as a matter of fact, the former World number 1 lost just four total sets in those nine clashes.
While we shouldn’t expect a very one-sided contest, Murray should still be able to advance to the third round.
Andy Murray Match Predicton
Tip 2: Over 39.5 total games
We’ve mentioned that Isner is one of the tallest players on tour; he finds it difficult to break serve, and other players struggle to break his serve.
Because of this, most of Isner’s matches usually feature a tiebreaker or two; in fact, all of his last four matches had at least one tiebreaker.
Additionally, both players have met five times, and there was at least a tiebreaker in seven of those matches.
Considering most of Isner’s matches are usually high-scoring, there should be at least one tiebreaker here, with over 39.5 total games.