24 ACES! When Isner beat Bautista-Agut in Miami. On Tuesday the rematch.

John Isner will conflict in opposition to Roberto Bautista Agut on the Miami Open sturdy of a 3-1 H2H file in opposition to the Spaniard no.2. It’s price noticing that the final time that John and Roberto confronted one another, it was within the quarters in Miami again in 2019 when Isner gained  7-6(1) 7-6(5) after firing 24 aces!

Isner is enjoying additionally enjoying to stay the American no.1. If he loses in opposition to Roberto, it will likely be Taylor Fritz the brand new chief of American tennis on the ATP Tour.


Right here the stats and an incredible shot from Isner throughout their final assembly in Florida. In fact, there have been no breaks in that match.


Stats: aces, double faults, breaks, winners

On the finish of the match, Isner scored 80 factors vs. Bautista-Agut’s 77.


The American served very properly to win 79% of the factors (48/61) behind his first serve, and he gained 57% factors (12/21) on his second serve. The American struck 24 aces and he dedicated 1 double fault. John wasn’t in a position to conquer any break level to overcome the match solely on the breakers.


On the opposite aspect, Bautista-Agut wasn’t in a position to conquer any break level (0/1). That was one of many key points for his defeat.

After this match, the face to face between Isner and Bautista-Agut is 3-1 for John.

Stay rating development and stats

The set went straight to the tiebreak as there have been no breaks. John had no issues to win the tiebreak 7-1.


John gained 4 minibreaks within the 2nd (2-0), 6th (5-1), 7th (6-1) and eightth (7-1) level.

This was the tiebreak sequence: 1-0, 2-0, 2-1, 3-1, 4-1, 5-1, 6-1, 7-1

Isner wasn’t in a position to convert 1 break level within the 4th sport (2-1 40-A). On the opposite aspect, John didn’t concede a single break level throughout this set.

They contested 76 factors. The set was an enormous battle since lastly Isner gained simply 2 factors greater than the Spaniard (39-37). The American surrendered 10 factors on serve (29-10). On the shedding aspect, the Spaniard conceded 10 factors on serve (27-10).

Additionally throughout this set, each gamers traded service holds on this set to arrange a tiebreak. Finally, Isner gained the tiebreak at 7-5.


Isner gained 3 minibreaks within the 4th (1-3), 5th (2-3) and 12th (7-5) level. On the opposite aspect, Bautista-Agut gained 2 minibreaks within the 2nd (2-0) and threerd (3-0) level.

This was the tiebreak sequence: 0-1, 0-2, 0-3, 1-3, 2-3, 3-3, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 5-5, 6-5, 7-5

They contested 82 factors. This set was so shut that, John gained this set even when he scored the identical quantity of factors as his opponent. John conceded 13 factors on serve (31-13). on the opposite aspect of the online, the Spaniard conceded 10 factors on serve (28-10).

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