Top 10 Tallest Tennis Players Of All Time

10. Sam Querrey (6’6” / 198 cm)

Sam Querrey

As a professional, he has won ten titles and advanced to the semifinals of the 2017 Wimbledon Championships. Now that he's 33, it's looking increasingly unlikely that he'll ever win a Grand Slam title.

9. Daniil Medvedev (6’6” / 198 cm)

Daniil Medvedev

If things start to go his way, he may be considered the best player in the world. He is one of the more complete players the game has seen at this height, standing at 6'6".

8. Marin Cilic (6’6” / 198 cm)

Marin Cilic

Cilic's serve may not be as strong as that of other taller players, but when he hits his areas, it can be a huge weapon. He has never had a tremendously interesting game for spectators to follow at 6'6" tall.

7. Juan Martin Del Potro (6’6” / 198 cm)

Juan Martin Del Potro

In 2018, he rose to number three in the world after a strong recovery from injury. He has a far more well-rounded game than the majority of the other tall players.

6. Chris Guccione (6’7” / 201 cm)

Chris Guccione

He has five double titles under his belt, and his stature allows him to dominate when covering half of the court. In addition, he is the only left-handed player on the list.

5. Kevin Anderson (6’8” / 203 cm)

Kevin Anderson

That began to improve once he turned 30, when he reached the finals of the US Open in 2017 and the Wimbledon final in 2018. The South African attended Illinois University and played football there.

4. Jerzy Janowicz (6’8” / 203 cm)

Jerzy Janowicz

He reached the Wimbledon semifinals, putting him in the top 20 in the world. Since then, the Polish tennis player has had a difficult time.

3. John Isner (6’10” / 208 cm)

John Isner

With a serve speed of 157.2 mph in 2016, Isner holds the record for the official fastest serve in ATP history. Now that he is over the age of 30, he has played his best tennis in the last several years.

2. Reilly Opelka (6’11” / 211 cm)

Reilly Opelka

His first serve regularly exceeds 140 mph, putting him near the top of serving lists year after year. As a player now ranked inside the top 40, he is demonstrating consistency.

1. Ivo Karlovic (6’11” / 211 cm)

Ivo Karlovic

The Croatian has been on tour for a long time, and while he has never had a truly outstanding run at a major, he has won eight times in his career.