ATP CHAMPIONS TOUR EVENT (USA VS INT’L)

2018 ATP CHAMPIONS TOUR EVENT (USA VS INT’L)

Delray Beach Open’s ATP CHAMPIONS TOUR event, the only ATP Champions Tour event in the U.S., consists of players who have been ranked World No. 1, a Grand Slam singles finalist or a singles player on a victorious Davis Cup team, or have received a Wildcard. Format: TEAM USA (3 participants) vs. TEAM INT’L (3 participants). 7 singles matches and 1 doubles match in total. First team to win 5 matches wins the ATP CHAMPIONS TOUR EVENT.

TEAM USA

JOHN McENROE (USA) – Captain

Team USA

DELRAY BEACH: 4th appearance. CAREER: 7-time Grand Slam singles champion. Won US Open 8 times (4 singles, 4 doubles), Wimbledon 3 times (singles). Won 77 ATP World Tour singles titles & 71 doubles. Ranked No.1 1982-84 with a 39-match win streak. Went 82-3 in ‘84. No.1 in doubles for a record 269 weeks. Won titles in 4 decades. The 5-time U.S. Davis Cup champion was inducted into Hall of Fame in 1999. Since ‘98 he has won more than 20 ATP Champions Tour titles. PERSONAL: Father of six and husband to singer Patty Smyth. Had cameo roles in TV and film; authored a pair of autobiographies titled “Serious” and “But Seriously.” Nike’s first-ever campaign, “Rebel With A Cause”, centered on McEnroe. Provides analysis on TV and radio at the Majors for virtually every American network and the BBC. Residing in NYC, McEnroe is an avid rock fan and guitar player, owns an art gallery, is the director of the John McEnroe Tennis Academy, coached Milos Raonic and co-chairs the City Parks Foundation Tennis Benefit at the US Open alongside Bill Jean King.

JOHN McENROE (USA) – CAPTAIN

Team USA

DELRAY BEACH: 4th appearance. CAREER: 7-time Grand Slam singles champion. Won US Open 8 times (4 singles, 4 doubles), Wimbledon 3 times (singles). Won 77 ATP World Tour singles titles & 71 doubles. Ranked No.1 1982-84 with a 39-match win streak. Went 82-3 in ‘84. No.1 in doubles for a record 269 weeks. Won titles in 4 decades. The 5-time U.S. Davis Cup champion was inducted into Hall of Fame in 1999. Since ‘98 he has won more than 20 ATP Champions Tour titles. PERSONAL: Father of six and husband to singer Patty Smyth. Had cameo roles in TV and film; authored a pair of autobiographies titled “Serious” and “But Seriously.” Nike’s first-ever campaign, “Rebel With A Cause”, centered on McEnroe. Provides analysis on TV and radio at the Majors for virtually every American network and the BBC. Residing in NYC, McEnroe is an avid rock fan and guitar player, owns an art gallery, is the director of the John McEnroe Tennis Academy, coached Milos Raonic and co-chairs the City Parks Foundation Tennis Benefit at the US Open alongside Bill Jean King.

MARDY FISH (USA)

Team USA

DELRAY BEACH:  Fish was 19-7 in 8 appearances, the 2009 champion, & a finalist in 2003. This is Fish’s 2nd straight ATP Champions Tour appearance. CAREER: Fish reached a career-high world No. 7 in 2011, reached the Top 20 in ‘03 (No.20) & ‘10 (No.16), won 6 ATP titles & reached 3 Grand Slam QFs. He was 7-7 in 11 USA Davis Cup singles ties, & was the Athens Olympics singles silver medalist. He was named ATP “Comeback Player of the Year,” when he returned after wrist surgery.  In 2012, Fish made a short return a heart arrhythmia diagnosis forced him to take time off. He officially retired after the 2015 US Open. PERSONAL: Fish, a former Vero Beach resident, and Boca Prep high school senior, currently resides in L.A. with his family. His Mardy Fish Children’s Foundation Tennis Championships is an event in Vero Beach sanctioned by the USTA that benefits the Indian River County (FL) school district by providing children with fitness, nutritional and enrichment program opportunities. Fish is also an avid golfer, winning titles in the 2016 Diamond Resorts Invitation and Lake Tahoe’s American Century Championships.

MARDY FISH (USA)

Team USA

DELRAY BEACH:  Fish was 19-7 in 8 appearances, the 2009 champion, & a finalist in 2003. This is Fish’s 2nd straight ATP Champions Tour appearance. CAREER: Fish reached a career-high world No. 7 in 2011, reached the Top 20 in ‘03 (No.20) & ‘10 (No.16), won 6 ATP titles & reached 3 Grand Slam QFs. He was 7-7 in 11 USA Davis Cup singles ties, & was the Athens Olympics singles silver medalist. He was named ATP “Comeback Player of the Year,” when he returned after wrist surgery.  In 2012, Fish made a short return a heart arrhythmia diagnosis forced him to take time off. He officially retired after the 2015 US Open. PERSONAL: Fish, a former Vero Beach resident, and Boca Prep high school senior, currently resides in L.A. with his family. His Mardy Fish Children’s Foundation Tennis Championships is an event in Vero Beach sanctioned by the USTA that benefits the Indian River County (FL) school district by providing children with fitness, nutritional and enrichment program opportunities. Fish is also an avid golfer, winning titles in the 2016 and 2018 Diamond Resorts Invitation and finishing as the runner-up at Lake Tahoe’s American Century Championships event two of the last three years.

JAN-MICHAEL GAMBILL (USA)

Team USA

DELRAY BEACH:  Gambill was 14-4 overall while winning a pair of  Delray Beach ATP World Tour singles titles (2001 & 2003), a doubles title with Andy Roddick (‘01). He is only one of four players in Delray Beach history to win a pair of titles, & one of three to win both singles & doubles titles in the same year. CAREER: Gambill finished his ATP World Tour career with 3 singles & 5 doubles titles. In 2001 he reached the Miami Master Series 1000 final, Wimbledon QF & was a career-best No. 21 for the year.In 1998 the Washington native was the youngest American in the Top 100, and in 1999 he won his first ATP title in Scottsdale. PERSONAL: Jan-Michael, known for his love of animals, has contributed to the protection of endangered cats, including lions, tigers & jaguars. He has served as an analyst for Bein Sports, and has coached Coco Vandeweghe and now works with young American Jared Donaldson.

JAN-MICHAEL GAMBILL (USA)

Team USA

DELRAY BEACH:  Gambill was 14-4 overall while winning a pair of  Delray Beach ATP World Tour singles titles (2001 & 2003), a doubles title with Andy Roddick (‘01). He is only one of four players in Delray Beach history to win a pair of titles, & one of three to win both singles & doubles titles in the same year. CAREER: Gambill finished his ATP World Tour career with 3 singles & 5 doubles titles. In 2001 he reached the Miami Master Series 1000 final, Wimbledon QF & was a career-best No. 21 for the year.In 1998 the Washington native was the youngest American in the Top 100, and in 1999 he won his first ATP title in Scottsdale. PERSONAL: Jan-Michael, known for his love of animals, has contributed to the protection of endangered cats, including lions, tigers & jaguars. He has served as an analyst for Bein Sports, and has coached Coco Vandeweghe and now works with young American Jared Donaldson.

JAY BERGER (USA)

Team USA

DELRAY BEACH: Played 2011 ATP Champions Tour event. CAREER:  Won 3 ATP World Tour singles titles and 1 doubles title. Reached quarters at Roland Garros and US Open in 1989; reached No. 7 in the world in 1990. Was a member of 1988 and 1990 Davis Cup teams. Voted “Junior Player of the year” in 1985 by Tennis Magazine and “Sportsman of the Year” by the US Olympic Committee after winning the USTA Boys 18s in Kalamazoo and reaching round of 16 at the US Open as an 18-year-old. Earned freshman All-America honors at Clemson and had a 91-22 career record there. PERSONAL: Coached at FIU while earning his degree (1994) and later became the head men’s (1997-2002)  and women’s (1997-2000) coach at Miami, leading the men’s team to three Big East titles. Was Coach of the Year in 2000 and 2001. Coached Davis Cup teams for 13 years under Jim Courier and Patrick McEnroe. Was head men’s tennis coach for the USTA Player Development Program from 2008-2017 and the Olympic coach for 2012 and 2016. He is a member of the Florida Hall of Fame (1993), Greater Miami-Dade Hall of Fame (2001), the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame (2014) and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Hall of Fame (2015). He coaches ATP Top 10 pro Jack Sock and is the director of tennis for the Club at Ibis in West Palm Beach. His son Daniel is a PGA Tour pro ranked among the Top 30 golfers in the world.

JAY BERGER

Team USA

DELRAY BEACH: Played 2011 ATP Champions Tour event. CAREER:  Won 3 ATP World Tour singles titles and 1 doubles title. Reached quarters at Roland Garros and US Open in 1989; reached No. 7 in the world in 1990. Was a member of 1988 and 1990 Davis Cup teams. Voted “Junior Player of the year” in 1985 by Tennis Magazine and “Sportsman of the Year” by the US Olympic Committee after winning the USTA Boys 18s in Kalamazoo and reaching round of 16 at the US Open as an 18-year-old. Earned freshman All-America honors at Clemson and had a 91-22 career record there. PERSONAL: Coached at FIU while earning his degree (1994) and later became the head men’s (1997-2002)  and women’s (1997-2000) coach at Miami, leading the men’s team to three Big East titles. Was Coach of the Year in 2000 and 2001. Coached Davis Cup teams for 13 years under Jim Courier and Patrick McEnroe. Was head men’s tennis coach for the USTA Player Development Program from 2008-2017 and the Olympic coach for 2012 and 2016. He is a member of the Florida Hall of Fame (1993), Greater Miami-Dade Hall of Fame (2001), the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame (2014) and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Hall of Fame (2015). He coaches ATP Top 10 pro Jack Sock and is the director of tennis for the Club at Ibis in West Palm Beach. His son Daniel is a PGA Tour pro ranked among the Top 30 golfers in the world.

 

VINCE SPADEA (USA)

Team USA

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DELRAY BEACH: 20-13 record in 13 appearances (most in tournament history) in ATP World Tour event. Finalist in 2004. Making ATP Champions Tour event debut. CAREER: 18-year career with more than $5 million in earnings. Reached No. 20 in world in 1999, highlighted by QF at Australian Open. Dropped in rankings to No. 237 in 2000 but reached Top 20 again in 2004 after winning Scottsdale ATP title, reaching Delray Beach final and Miami SF. Also played in 2004 Olympic Games and on Davis Cup team. PERSONAL: Restaurant owner in LA where he lives and heads talent management agency “Vince Models.”

VINCE SPADEA (USA)

Team USA

DELRAY BEACH: 20-13 record in 13 appearances (most in tournament history) in ATP World Tour event. Finalist in 2004. Making ATP Champions Tour event debut. CAREER: 18-year career with more than $5 million in earnings. Reached No. 20 in world in 1999, highlighted by QF at Australian Open. Dropped in rankings to No. 237 in 2000 but reached Top 20 again in 2004 after winning Scottsdale ATP title, reaching Delray Beach final and Miami SF. Also played in 2004 Olympic Games and on Davis Cup team. PERSONAL: Restaurant owner in LA where he lives and heads talent management agency “Vince Models.”

TEAM INTERNATIONAL

FERNANDO GONZALEZ (CHI) – CAPTAIN

Team International

DELRAY BEACH: 2nd straight appearance. CAREER: The Chilean won 11 ATP titles in 22 finals, taking home more than $8.8 million on the ATP World Tour. Was world No. 7 in 2006 when he reached the Australian Open final, played in the season-ending Tennis Masters Cup and reached 2 other ATP finals. Was No. 10 in 2006 (3 ATP finals) and No. 11 in 2005 (3 ATP titles and Wimbledon quarters). In 2009 reached Roland Garros semifinals and US Open quarters; reached 5 career Grand Slam quarterfinals overall. Gonzalez won bronze in singles and gold in doubles at the 2004 Athens Olympics; in 2008 at the Beijing Olympics he won the singles silver medal after carrying his country’s flag in the opening ceremonies. PERSONAL: Gonzalez was the No. 4 ITF junior in 1998 after winning Roland Garros singles and doubles titles. His older sister Patricia played tennis at Miami Dade College. Gonzalez won Chile’s “Condar de Oro” award 3 times as its top sportsman (2004, 2007, 2008).

FERNANDO GONZALEZ (CHI) – CAPTAIN

Team International

DELRAY BEACH: 2nd straight appearance. CAREER: The Chilean won 11 ATP titles in 22 finals, taking home more than $8.8 million on the ATP World Tour. Was world No. 7 in 2006 when he reached the Australian Open final, played in the season-ending Tennis Masters Cup and reached 2 other ATP finals. Was No. 10 in 2006 (3 ATP finals) and No. 11 in 2005 (3 ATP titles and Wimbledon quarters). In 2009 reached Roland Garros semifinals and US Open quarters; reached 5 career Grand Slam quarterfinals overall. Gonzalez won bronze in singles and gold in doubles at the 2004 Athens Olympics; in 2008 at the Beijing Olympics he won the singles silver medal after carrying his country’s flag in the opening ceremonies. PERSONAL: Gonzalez was the No. 4 ITF junior in 1998 after winning Roland Garros singles and doubles titles. His older sister Patricia played tennis at Miami Dade College. Gonzalez won Chile’s “Condar de Oro” award 3 times as its top sportsman (2004, 2007, 2008).

GREG RUSEDSKI (GBR/CAN)

Team International

DELRAY BEACH: 1995 finalist, 2004 quarterfinalist in Delray Beach’s ATP World Tour event. CAREER: The Canadian native won 15 ATP titles in 27 finals from 1993-2005, including an appearance in 1997 US Open final. During the ‘97 season he achieved a career-best world No. 4 ranking and finished at No. 6 for the season. The lefty with the big serve won the Masters Series Paris in 1999 and was 20-10 in Davis Cup singles play for Great Britain. His 1998 149-mph serve was once the fastest ever recorded in an ATP match. Rusedski has played in ATP Champions Tour events since 2007. PERSONAL: The London resident has worked as a TV analyst and commentator for Eurosport, Sky Sports and the BBC and has also penned columns for the Daily Mail and The Sun. He appeared as a contestant on the reality TV show “Dancing on Ice” in 2008. During his time as Great Britain’s junior Davis Cup captain he led the team to its first-ever world title in 2011. A huge movie buff and fan of James Bond films, Rusedski is active in road biking and plays golf. He is married and has 2 children.

GREG RUSEDSKI (GBR/CAN)

Team International

DELRAY BEACH: 1995 finalist, 2004 quarterfinalist in Delray Beach’s ATP World Tour event. CAREER: The Canadian native won 15 ATP titles in 27 finals from 1993-2005, including an appearance in 1997 US Open final. During the ‘97 season he achieved a career-best world No. 4 ranking and finished at No. 6 for the season. The lefty with the big serve won the Masters Series Paris in 1999 and was 20-10 in Davis Cup singles play for Great Britain. His 1998 149-mph serve was once the fastest ever recorded in an ATP match. Rusedski has played in ATP Champions Tour events since 2007. PERSONAL: The London resident has worked as a TV analyst and commentator for Eurosport, Sky Sports and the BBC and has also penned columns for the Daily Mail and The Sun. He appeared as a contestant on the reality TV show “Dancing on Ice” in 2008. During his time as Great Britain’s junior Davis Cup captain he led the team to its first-ever world title in 2011. A huge movie buff and fan of James Bond films, Rusedski is active in road biking and plays golf. He is married and has 2 children.

JESSE LEVINE (CAN)

Team International

DELRAY BEACH: Boca Raton resident Jesse Levine played in 4 Delray Beach ATP World Tour events between 2007 & 2013. CAREER:  Levine won 5 career Challenger titles in 8 finals, & reached a career-high No. 69 in 2012. The Ottawa-born lefty reached the Houston doubles final in 2009, and represented the US in Davis Cup competition (2007–2012) before becoming eligible to play for Canada in 2013. Levine put together a 24-1 freshman record All-American season (2006-07) at the University of Florida where he was named National Rookie of the Year. He was 21-0 in regular season dual matches, & reached the NCAA QFs. Levine won the 2001 USTA Clay Court 14 Nationals singles title as a 13-year-old, the boys’ 16s doubles title at age 16, and the 2005 Junior Wimbledon doubles title at 17. He also reached the Junior Wimbledon singles QF in ‘05. PERSONAL: Levine coaches WTA player Jessica Pegula & spent nearly a year coaching Madison Keys. He works as a talent scout for Nike, & as a TV analyst for Canadian broadcaster Sportsnet’s Rogers Cup coverage. Levine was inducted into the Ottawa Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in June.

JESSE LEVINE (CAN)

Team International

DELRAY BEACH: Boca Raton resident Jesse Levine played in 4 Delray Beach ATP World Tour events between 2007 & 2013. CAREER:  Levine won 5 career Challenger titles in 8 finals, & reached a career-high No. 69 in 2012. The Ottawa-born lefty reached the Houston doubles final in 2009, and represented the US in Davis Cup competition (2007–2012) before becoming eligible to play for Canada in 2013. Levine put together a 24-1 freshman record All-American season (2006-07) at the University of Florida where he was named National Rookie of the Year. He was 21-0 in regular season dual matches, & reached the NCAA QFs. Levine won the 2001 USTA Clay Court 14 Nationals singles title as a 13-year-old, the boys’ 16s doubles title at age 16, and the 2005 Junior Wimbledon doubles title at 17. He also reached the Junior Wimbledon singles QF in ‘05. PERSONAL: Levine coaches WTA player Jessica Pegula & spent nearly a year coaching Madison Keys. He works as a talent scout for Nike, & as a TV analyst for Canadian broadcaster Sportsnet’s Rogers Cup coverage. Levine was inducted into the Ottawa Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in June.

Guillermo Canas (ARG)

Team International

DELRAY BEACH: Made 2 appearances in Delray Beach while playing on the ATP World Tour. CAREER: Reached a career high No. 8 in the world and year-end Top 15 ranking in 2004 (No. 11) and 2001, 2002 and 2007 (No. 15). Won seven ATP World Tour titles in 16 finals, including the Master Series Canada in 2002. He was a 2007 Miami finalist and 3-time quarterfinalist at Roland Garros. He had 3 wins over the world No. 1 during his career, including two over Roger Federer in the span of 16 days. He was named the ATP “Comeback Player of the Year” in 2001 after returning from a wrist injury. PERSONAL: Runs his own tennis academy in Aventura, Florida and has coached Ernests Gulbis, Teimuraz Gabashvili and Jelena Jankovic. In 2001 he won a car on an Argentinian game, which he gifted to his mother.

GUILLERMO CANAS (ARG)

Team International

DELRAY BEACH: Made 2 appearances in Delray Beach while playing on the ATP World Tour. CAREER: Reached a career high No. 8 in the world and year-end Top 15 ranking in 2004 (No. 11) and 2001, 2002 and 2007 (No. 15). Won seven ATP World Tour titles in 16 finals, including the Master Series Canada in 2002. He was a 2007 Miami finalist and 3-time quarterfinalist at Roland Garros. He had 3 wins over the world No. 1 during his career, including two over Roger Federer in the span of 16 days. He was named the ATP “Comeback Player of the Year” in 2001 after returning from a wrist injury. PERSONAL: Runs his own tennis academy in Aventura, Florida and has coached Ernests Gulbis, Teimuraz Gabashvili and Jelena Jankovic. In 2001 he won a car on an Argentinian game show, which he gifted to his mother.

 

PAT CASH (AUS)

Team International

DELRAY BEACH: 5th appearance. CAREER: Won ‘87 Wimbledon title beating No. 1 Lendl in the final. He appeared in 5 Grand Slam finals. Cash played on the ‘83 and ‘86 Australian Davis Cup winning teams, and in ‘83 was the youngest player in a Davis Cup final when he won the decisive singles rubber. Won 7 ATP singles titles, 12 doubles titles and reached a career-best No. 4 ranking. Cash was the top-ranked junior in the world in ‘81 and won junior titles at Wimbledon and US Open in ‘82. His first ATP Champions Tour title came in 2000. PERSONAL: Cash is an accomplished guitarist and father of 4. His trademark is his black-and-white checkered headband and cross earring. The Aussie currently coaches WTA star CoCo Vandeweghe; previously coached ATP players Greg Rusedski and Mark Philippoussis. Serves as a BBC and Sky TV commentator in the UK where he resides. Cash was the tennis director and coach of stars Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bethany for the movie Wimbledon. He operates Pat Cash Tennis Academies in Australia, Thailand and the Caribbean and has occasionally been a staff member at Mats Wilander’s Fantasy tennis camps.

PAT CASH (AUS)

Team International

DELRAY BEACH: 5th appearance. CAREER: Won ‘87 Wimbledon title beating No. 1 Lendl in the final. He appeared in 5 Grand Slam finals. Cash played on the ‘83 and ‘86 Australian Davis Cup winning teams, and in ‘83 was the youngest player in a Davis Cup final when he won the decisive singles rubber. Won 7 ATP singles titles, 12 doubles titles and reached a career-best No. 4 ranking. Cash was the top-ranked junior in the world in ‘81 and won junior titles at Wimbledon and US Open in ‘82. His first ATP Champions Tour title came in 2000. PERSONAL: Cash is an accomplished guitarist and father of 4. His trademark is his black-and-white checkered headband and cross earring. The Aussie currently coaches WTA star CoCo Vandeweghe; previously coached ATP players Greg Rusedski and Mark Philippoussis. Serves as a BBC and Sky TV commentator in the UK where he resides. Cash was the tennis director and coach of stars Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bethany for the movie Wimbledon. He operates Pat Cash Tennis Academies in Australia, Thailand and the Caribbean and has occasionally been a staff member at Mats Wilander’s Fantasy tennis camps.

SEBASTIEN GROSJEAN (FRA)

Team International

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DELRAY BEACH: In three appearances on the ATP World Tour, he reached the quarterfinals in ’98 and the semifinals in ’99. Making his debut in Delray Beach’s ATP Champions Tour event.  CAREER: Ranked No. 6 in the world in 2001 and reached the final of the year-end ATP Championships. Won four ATP titles during his career and reached four Grand Slam semifinals. In 16 Davis Cup ties, Grosjean was 16-9 in singles and the French team was 2001 Davis Cup champions . PERSONAL: No. 1 junior in the world in both singles and doubles in 1996. Has lived in Boca Raton since 1999 and his son, Tom, is a rising junior tennis player. He and fellow former ATP pro Sergi Bruguera coach Top 10 Richard Gasquet.

SEBASTIEN GROSJEAN (FRA)

Team International

DELRAY BEACH: In three appearances on the ATP World Tour, he reached the quarterfinals in ’98 and the semifinals in ’99. Making his debut in Delray Beach’s ATP Champions Tour event.  CAREER: Ranked No. 6 in the world in 2001 and reached the final of the year-end ATP Championships. Won four ATP titles during his career and reached four Grand Slam semifinals. In 16 Davis Cup ties, Grosjean was 16-9 in singles and the French team was 2001 Davis Cup champions . PERSONAL: No. 1 junior in the world in both singles and doubles in 1996. Has lived in Boca Raton since 1999 and his son, Tom, is a rising junior tennis player. He and fellow former ATP pro Sergi Bruguera coach Top 10 Richard Gasquet.

MIKAEL PERNFORS (SWE)

Team International

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DELRAY BEACH: Making 4th appearance in ATP Champions Tour event. CAREER: 1986 ATP “Newcomer of the Year” after world No. 10 ranking and reaching French Open final. Reached Australian Open QF in 1990. 3 career ATP World Tour titles. Won Master Series Canadian Open title and ATP “Comeback Player of the Year” award in 1993. Played Davis Cup for Sweden from 1986-89. PERSONAL: Won back-to-back NCAA singles titles at Georgia in ’84 and ’85. Co-owns ‘Global Caps’ business with fellow Swede Mats Wilander. Touring pro at Grand Harbor in Vero Beach where he lives with his wife and 2 children. Participates in nearly 30 charity fundraisers, corporate outings, exhibitions and tournaments every year.

MIKAEL PERNFORS (SWE)

Team International

DELRAY BEACH: Making 4th appearance in ATP Champions Tour event. CAREER: 1986 ATP “Newcomer of the Year” after world No. 10 ranking and reaching French Open final. Reached Australian Open QF in 1990. 3 career ATP World Tour titles. Won Master Series Canadian Open title and ATP “Comeback Player of the Year” award in 1993. Played Davis Cup for Sweden from 1986-89. PERSONAL: Won back-to-back NCAA singles titles at Georgia in ’84 and ’85. Co-owns ‘Global Caps’ business with fellow Swede Mats Wilander. Touring pro at Grand Harbor in Vero Beach where he lives with his wife and 2 children. Participates in nearly 30 charity fundraisers, corporate outings, exhibitions and tournaments every year.

Note: Players are subject to change due to injuries or other unforeseen circumstances.