John Isner vs Roger Federer Live Streaming

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Isner vs Federer Head to Head:

John Isner
2
Roger Federer
5


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.


Roger Federer was born on 8 August 1981 in Switzerland. Federer plays right-handed (one-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Severin Luthi & Ivan Ljubicic. Roger Federer has won 99 titles in his career (20 Grand Slam titles). Federer height: 1.85 m.

John Isner is meeting Roger Federer in the final of Miami Open in Miami, USA. The match between John Isner and Roger Federer will be disputed on outdoor hard courts.
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Against all odds, John Isner reached the final in Miami for a second time, but defending his title will surely be a hard task for the American. However, the way Isner reached the final stage is unique: he played nine tiebreaks. In fact, he won 4 matches in straight tiebreaks in Miami and the media started to call him the “King of tiebreaks”. So, this is one thing Roger Federer needs to avoid, like sending the match into a tiebreak. The downside of playing nine tiebreaks is fatigue. Isner is surely more tired and worn out that Federer, who cruised through the last rounds without losing a set. However, Isner still has the powerful serve which can save him from any dangerous situation.
Federer, on the other hand, is showing an amazing play. Even if he lost the Indian Wells final, the Swiss dominated the start of the season, winning in Dubai and now playing his second Masters final in Miami.
The match will be tight, as the H2H stats clearly show it, even though Federer leads 5-2. We’ll probably see a tiebreak and most likely we’ll enjoy three sets of good tennis. Isner is not a spectacular player but he is a big figther. Federer starts out as the favourite.

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