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Isner vs Mannarino Head to Head:

John Isner
7
Adrian Mannarino
1


John Isner was born on 26 April 1985 in USA. Isner plays right-handed (two-handed backhand) and he’s coached by David Macpherson. John Isner has won 14 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Isner height: 2.08 m.


Adrian Mannarino was born on 29 June 1988 in France. Mannarino plays left-handed (two-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Jean-Christophe Faurel. Adrian Mannarino has won 0 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Mannarino height: 1.80 m.

John Isner is meeting Adrian Mannarino in the first round of Abierto Mexicano in Acapulco, Mexico. The match between John Isner and Adrian Mannarino will take place on outdoor hard courts.

Del Potro, champ in 2018, can not show up at the ATP Acapulco in order to fight for his trophy, on account of accidental injury.

Not surprisingly, with Del Potro already out at the beginning, the top favourite is Rafael Nadal, who is going to play Zverev in the final if it turns out the young German player manages to get there. Nonetheless, as always in tennis, it is far better to never make any specific forecasts in advance of the start of the competition considering that things might transform significantly.

Ex Grand Slam champ Stan Wawrinka shall be showing up from the beginning of the tournament and he may provoke surprising concerns for the top notch competitors, as he is showing a really good form currently.

Once the surfaces have adjusted from clay to hardcourts, the ATP Acapulco is considered the ideal practise competition for the large showdown at Indian Wells, which is coming a few weeks. Novak Djokovic chosen to bypass ATP Dubai Open and ATP Acapulco and play directly in Indian Wells, California.

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