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    American John Isner has completed his 10th straight year finishing in the ATP's top 20 and he's been confirmed for another appearance at Auckland's ASB Classic

    American John Isner has completed his 10th straight year finishing in the ATP's top 20 and he's been confirmed for another appearance at Auckland's ASB Classic


    The two times former champion is ranked 19th in the world and tournament director Karl Budge says that's a remarkable achievement.



    John Isner is the fourth top 20 players confirmed for the men's Classic.

    Defending champion German Julia Goerges has been confirmed to return for the women's Classic.

    TENNIS WITH CROWN FORKLIFTS. ASK ABOUT GETTING ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS WITH THEIR DEMO CHALLENGE.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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     23 Jul: World tennis number two Simona Halep has decided to play the WTA Prague clay court tournament next month, adding further doubt to her participation in the US Open
     09 Jul: Tennis player Alexander Zverev has announced former world number three David Ferrer will join his coaching team on a trial basis
     22 Jun: World number one Novak Djokovic is feeling no symptoms of the coronavirus but will be tested following news Grigor Dimitrov has tested positive.
     18 Jun: Kiwi doubles pro Artem Sitak is dismayed the US Open is going ahead in September with a reduced doubles draw
     15 Jun: The Wellington Phoenix hope to get clarity in the next couple of days about the resumption of the A-League season
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