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Isner has played the following matches against Opelka

2019Atlanta
GA, U.S.A.
Outdoor HardR16Reilly Opelka76(2) 67(5) 76(5)
2019New York
NY, U.S.A
Indoor HardSFReilly Opelka67(8) 76(14) 76(4)
2019Australian Open
Australia
Outdoor HardR128Reilly Opelka76(4) 76(6) 67(4) 76(5)
2016Atlanta
GA, U.S.A.
Outdoor HardSFJohn Isner67(5) 64 62

the last 10 of total 13 sets played, and total of 11/13

Against Karlovic his record is not much different:

YearEventSurfaceRNDWinnerResult
2014Acapulco
Mexico
Outdoor HardR32Ivo Karlovic76(4) 76(5)
2013Newport
RI, U.S.A.
Outdoor GrassQFJohn Isner76(3) 76(3)
2011Houston
TX, U.S.A.
Outdoor ClayQFIvo Karlovic76(2) 67(2) 76(9)
2010Memphis
TN, U.S.A.
Indoor HardQFJohn Isner61 76(7)
2008New Haven
CT, U.S.A.
Outdoor HardR32Ivo Karlovic67(4) 63 64

Last 8 sets played in tiebreak and a total 9/12

In both scenarios it seems like after they got to know eachother in the first match (with unusual amount of non-tiebreaks) there was only 1 out of 19 sets who was not a tiebreak.
 

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Long AssNer's greatest record was he was the reason Wimbledon introduced the tie-break @ 12-12, 5th set.
 
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