Agnieszka Radwanska, John Isner star in ESPN's Body Issue

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All photos by Alan Clarke for ESPN The Magazine

It always appears with much fanfare, and ESPN The Magazine just released its annual Body Issue. This time, tennis is represented by Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska, the WTA No. 4, and John Isner, the American ranked No. 19 on the ATP tour.

Here's a look (more than a little) at Radwanska's glossy melanin in those pages. What you will learn from that Q&A: She relishes watching marathon sessions of Kiefer Sutherland vehicle 24, and she's tried every variety at The Cheesecake Factory restaurant.

Meanwhile, here's Isner caught on court for this issue. He and Radwanska join the likes of San Francisco 49ers Colin Kaepernick and Vernon Davis, 77-year-old retired golfer Gary Player, and the WNBA's Swin Cash in the spreads.

Of course, Serena Williams said "Eat your heart out" on the cover of ESPN's first Body Issue in 2009. Daniela Hantuchova and Vera Zvonareva also previously appeared. For full-on gazing at this year's features, check out the Body Issue's landing page. Thoughts now on the bare essentials displayed by these two tennis stars?

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