Tennis pro John Isner learns a few tricks from the Harlem Globetrotters

John Isner plays against “Hi-Lite” of the Harlem Globetrotters on Tuesday at the Atlantic Open practice courts. Isner, a former UGA star and three-time BB&T Atlanta Open champion, enters the week as a No. 2 seed. (Photo by Gabriel Burns/AJC staff)

Tennis pro John Isner took a break from the BB&T Atlanta Open to explore what might have been if he had chosen another professional sport.

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At 6’10” Isner could have been a pro basketball player, so this week, he met up with Harlem Globetrotter star Hi-Lite Bruton at the BB&T Open in Atlantic Station and the two athletes shared a few tricks from their respective sports.

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