Isner & Querrey:
Q. Are you gonna put a lot of time in on the clay, or are you thinking keep it fairly limited because your better chances will come at Wimbledon?
JOHN ISNER: No, the clay court season is kind of tricky because you have to play the Masters Series events, and they're like spread out. There's only a week in between them, so you kind of got to stay over there.
As of right now, I have a pretty healthy clay court schedule. So assuming I stay healthy, I think I'm gonna play like six tournaments, and that's including the French -- or five tournaments.
Q. Houston, Rome, Madrid? What else?
JOHN ISNER: Rome, and then there's a week in between I will play Belgrade. Then Madrid, and then there's like a team event in Germany.
Q. ARAG Cup?
JOHN ISNER: That thing, yeah.
Q. Looking for another shot at Novak on clay?
JOHN ISNER: Yeah, I just want -- I liked it over there, so I decided to go back. Sam and I -- I mean, Sam Querrey and I are kind of mirroring. We're doing the same schedule because we're gonna play doubles, so we will have the same schedule the whole rest of the year.
Q. Are you gonna play doubles at all those clay events?
JOHN ISNER: Yeah.
Q. And the Slam events?
JOHN ISNER: Uh-huh. So everything he does I'm gonna do, and vice versa.
Q. Did Novak ask you guys to come over and play? Is that how it happened?
JOHN ISNER: No, uh-uh.