Originally Posted by Clemson_tennis
I know people pick on Johnson's backhand not being that good. But remember Fernando Gonzalez had a fantastic career made by slicing every backhand.
Isner didn't have a great all around game either and Johnson is better at this point than Isner was. I think that if Johnson plays "as is" on tour, he will float around the top 200. Only he can decide if he is going to get better and become a top 10 guy, which I believe he has the potential to do.