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Andy Murray Labels John Isner As The ‘Best Server’ In The World


The “best server in the history of the game,” according to Andy Murray, is John Isner. Isner, who will retire following the 2023 US Open. Murray believes the American who is renowned for his amazing serves, is the finest of all time in that department. Murray also believes the statistics are on Isner’s side, despite the fact that numerous former players disagree with his assertion.

After the US Open, John Isner will put his racket away in an effort to retire from tennis in front of his home audience. The American defeated Diaz Acosta 6-4, 6-4, 7-6 to easily advance to the second round. Tributes from current and former tennis players have poured in as the 38-year-old says goodbye to the sport.

Andy Murray was questioned about John Isner’s retirement after winning his first-round match, and the former world number one had nothing but love for the American. Isner is the best server the game has ever seen, according to Murray. He added that the American was dangerous with both first and second serves and acknowledged that it was never fun to play against him.

Although not many past players agreed with Murray’s assertion that Isner is the finest server ever, the British thinks the numbers support Isner. Murray said that he has debated Isner’s claim in the locker room.

The 38-year-old finished 2018 with a career-high world ranking of seventh after winning 16 singles titles. With statistics like those, it is challenging to challenge Andy Murray’s assertion that he has served a stunning 14,411 aces.

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