Isner vs Murray Live – Wimbledon 2022 Live: American John Isner could seal his legacy as the game’s best server on Wednesday. Isner is looking for the best record of all time at the Grand Slam. Isner will face Andy Marr at Wimbledon today and will aim for a bigger record Follow Wimbledon 2022 live updates with InsideSport.IN
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- In a 15-year career, Isner has sent more than 13,000 aces.
- He is now shy of Ivo Karlovic’s record mark 13,728 to 40 on the ATP Tour.
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There can be no better place to do this than Center Court, but the 37-year-old American has lost eight times and played twice against Wimbledon champion Murray. Although they were not seen on the grass.
“Andy is a different animal. It’s harder to ace him because his expectations are just amazing.” Isner, who gave up 54 aces in his five-set first-round win.
“He is very comfortable on the grass, more comfortable than me. He has more wins in this tournament than me.
“Grass is probably its best surface, it’s probably not my best surface. But it does a lot better in my service. “
Murray, however, has not been at his top since hip surgery and the 35-year-old, who last defeated Isner in 2016, is worried about losing his rhythm against the Americans, who have also served as one of the fastest recorded in history.
“You don’t always have to control them. You can go for four or five service return games where you don’t get a chance, ”he said. Dr. Murray.
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“But for whatever reason, I’ve always played well against them (big servers). The matches have been good for me. ”
The Center Court will welcome its first-day winners, with Britain’s Emma Radukanu facing France’s Caroline Garcia and top-seeded Novak Djokovic facing Australia’s Thanasi Kokinakis.
“Caroline is a great opponent. I played him in Indian Wells earlier this year and it was a tough match. He plays tennis very fast, I’m ready for him. “ Radukanu said.
Kokinakis, ranked 79th in the world, has admitted that he is clearly not a favorite against Djokovic.
“It’s going to be good fun there and I hope I’m going to swing free and play my game,” He said.
“He’s a brick wall, so you have to hit him – he won’t hit himself.”
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