The field is set for this year's Winston-Salem Open and the top seed is two-time WSO champion and local favorite John Isner.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The field is set for this year's Winston-Salem Open. The hometown favorite is John Isner.
Isner, a Greensboro native won the 2011 and 2012 tournaments. He could not compete last year due to an injury. Isner is looking to gain his third title in front of a North Carolina crowd this coming week.
He is currently ranked No. 14, which makes him one of three top 20-ranked players in the 48-player field.
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Wake Forest freshman and this summer's Wimbledon junior's champ, Noah Rubin could play John Isner in the second round. However, Bradley Klahn stands in his way.
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