Currently ranked No. 10 in men's singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), John Isner is a sports enthusiast from North Carolina. Known to be one of the best servers in the history of the sport, John achieved his career-high singles ranking in July 2018.
With his maiden Mass 1000 crown at the 2018 Miami Open and 2018 Wimbledon Champions finals, John grasped the spot as top 10 earners in the sport in 2018. Get to know the professional's net worth, incomes, and career earnings in this article.
John Isner, 33, has an estimated net worth of $32 million. His fortune can be attributed to his successful playing career and his multiple endorsement deals.
John turned professional in 2006 and since 2010, he has appeared in 14 major tournament events. Tennis players make a major part of their earnings from event wins. In 2018, John earned $4,046,875 as prize money alone. John recorded 2018 to be his most successful years in terms of Grand Slams.
Additionally, he won the 2018 Indian Wells doubles titles with his partner Jack Sock. Likewise, he also won the 2018 Atlanta Open.
As per ATP Prize Money Leaders, John is placed 24th in all-time leader earnings by 2018, topped by Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal, respectively. John's career earnings stand at 24 $16,888,108, out of which he recorded $4,320,641 in YTD, $4,046,875 from singles and $273,766 from doubles.
John Isner endorses six brands in total, including Fila, TAMAKO Building Products, Ebix, Nulo Pet Foods, Prince, Bass Pro Shops.
John joined hands with Fila in 2016 and recently partnered with Nulo, in March 2018. Though his exact earnings from endorsements haven't been revealed. He makes in millions, sources reports. From his win bonus and endorsement deals, John brings in around $5 million to $6 million an annum.
Details of John's current resident isn't issued. Previously he owned a 4,500 sq. ft home, in Tampa Bay. He sold the Mediterranean style estate for $1.15 million, $150,000 more from his purchase price. As per records, he bought the house in 2011 for $900,000.
His rides are yet to be disclosed.
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