DELRAY BEACH: Making his first appearance in Delray Beach, he is the highest-ranked player (No. 4) in tournament history. CAREER: The Canadian has won eight ATP titles in 19 finals, and reached the Australian quarterfinals in his second tournament of 2017. In 2016 he enjoyed a career-best No. 3 ranking, winning an ATP title, reaching the Wimbledon final, the Indian Wells final, the Australian Open semifinal and the year-end ATP World Tour Finals. Also on his resume is a 2014 Wimbledon semifinal, and quarterfinals at the 2015 Australian Open and at Roland Garros in 2014. He burst upon the ATP scene in 2011 as “Newcomer of the Year” and a year later reached the Top 20 with a pair of ATP titles. In 2014 he became the first Canadian to qualify for the ATP World Tour finals and the first ever to finish in the year-end Top 10 (No. 6).LEARN MORE
DELRAY BEACH: Making his first appearance in Delray Beach, he is the highest-ranked player (No. 4) in tournament history. CAREER: The Canadian has won eight ATP titles in 19 finals, and reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open in his second tournament of 2017. In 2016 he enjoyed a career-best No. 3 ranking, winning an ATP title, reaching the Wimbledon final, the Indian Wells final, the Australian Open semifinal and the year-end ATP World Tour Finals. Also on his resume is a 2014 Wimbledon semifinal, and quarterfinals at the 2015 Australian Open and at Roland Garros in 2014. He burst upon the ATP scene in 2011 as “Newcomer of the Year” and a year later reached the Top 20 with a pair of ATP titles. In 2014 he became the first Canadian to qualify for the ATP World Tour finals and the first ever to finish in the year-end Top 10 (No. 6).LEARN MORE
DELRAY BEACH: The defending singles champion is making his ninth appearance and has a 13-7 record. He also reached the semifinals in 2008 and the quarterfinals in 2007. CAREER: In addition to his Delray Beach title in 2016, the 29-year-old upset world No. 1 Novak Djokovic to reach the quarterfinals at Wimbledon, becoming the first American to reach a Grand Slam quarterfinal since 2011. He has eight career ATP World Tour titles in 15 finals and has finished in the Top 100 for 10 straight seasons—three times in the Top 25. In 2010 he earned his top year-end ranking (No. 18) after winning four ATP titles. He has enjoyed success in doubles with five ATP titles in 11 finals, and a run to the 2015 US Open doubles semifinals (w/ Steve Johnson) and mixed doubles finals (w/ Bethany Mattek-Sands).LEARN MORE
DELRAY BEACH: The four-time Delray Beach winners (2009, 2010, 2014 & 2015) are 23-5 all-time in the event and have reached the final in six out of seven appearances. Last year they played in arguably one of the most exciting doubles finals in DBO history, coming up short after dropping six match points. CAREER: The twins are the first doubles team in history to win 100 ATP titles together (now at 112) including their 16th Grand Slam title at the 2014 US Open. They have won more than 1,000 matches as a doubles team, and have held the No. 1 world ranking a record 10 times (2003, 2005-2007, 2009-2014). They are the first doubles team in history to concurrently hold all four majors titles and the Olympic gold medal. The Bryans have qualified for the ATP World Tour finals for 14 straight years and have won the year-end tournament title four times. They are 24-5 in Davis Cup play, and members of the 2007 US champion team.
DELRAY BEACH: One of the most successful players in tournament history, the Delray Beach resident won the 2012 singles title, reached the 2014 final and played in quarterfinals in 2011 and 2013. He is 14-6 overall in Delray Beach. CAREER: The South African reached a world No. 10 ranking in 2015 following a win over Andy Murray that propelled him to his first Grand Slam quarterfinal at the US Open. He finished a career-best No. 12 for the season, following back-to-back Top 20 seasons in 2013 and 2014. The 30-year old Anderson has won three career ATP titles and has played in 11 finals. In 2015 he joined Ivo Karlovic and John Isner as the first trio in ATP World Tour history to each record 1,000+ aces in a season. Anderson battled injuries in 2016 and missed much of the season.LEARN MORE
DELRAY BEACH: The 2006 Delray Beach champion will be playing in his ninth tournament where he is 11-7 overall. CAREER: Haas has reached four career Grand Slam semifinals, the quarterfinals at all four Slams, and back-to-back US Open quarterfinals in 2006 and 2007. Twice named “ATP Comeback Player of the Year” (2004, 2011), the German has endured nine surgeries over a career that saw him reach world No. 2 in 2002. Haas has enjoyed eight year-end Top 20 finishes, including a career-best No. 8 in 2001. He was world No. 11 in 1999, 2002 and 2006 and No. 12 in 2007 and 2013, when he won the last two of his 15 ATP titles. The Los Angeles resident reached the 2000 Sydney Olympic final and has a 23-9 career Davis Cup record. He is the tournament director for the Master Series event in Indian Wells.LEARN MORE
DELRAY BEACH: The 27-year-old Johnson reached the Delray semifinal as a qualifier in 2014, following a win over world No. 12 and top-seed Tommy Haas in the second round. He reached the quarterfinals in 2015 and is 6-3 in three straight appearances. CAREER: The No. 4 American won his first ATP singles title in 2016 at Nottingham, reached his first Master’s 1000 quarterfinal at Cincinnati and in July reached a career-high No. 21 ranking. He won the bronze medal (w/Jack Sock) in doubles at the Rio Olympics, and reached the singles quarterfinals. Johnson finished 2016 ranked No. 33 and was No. 32 for 2015. In 2015 Johnson reached his first ATP final, made his US Davis Cup debut in doubles and reached the doubles semifinal at the US Open (w/Sam Querrey). The Californian improved more than 100 ranking spots in 2014 with four Top 20 wins.LEARN MORE
DELRAY BEACH: This is his first appearance in Delray Beach. CAREER: The 22-year-old rising Brit earned 21 of his career 23 ATP World Tour wins in 2016, peaking at world No. 40 in October. During the year he defeated former Top 10s David Ferrer, Richard Gasquet, Janko Tipsarevic and John Isner, with the Gasquet and Isner wins coming as he reached the fourth round of the US Open and the Ferrer win enroute to his first ATP World Tour semifinal at Antwerp. Edmund also won a pair of Challenger events and was runner-up in a third. The No. 2 Brit was a member of his country’s 2015 Davis Cup title team, and enjoyed his first two career Davis Cup wins in Britain’s 2016 quarterfinal win over Serbia.LEARN MORE
DELRAY BEACH: This is his first appearance in Delray Beach. CAREER: Coric reached his first career ATP World Tour final in 2016 at Chenai and at age 19 became the first teenager in eight years to reach an ATP final. He defeated Rafael Nadal in the third round in Cincinnati to become the youngest ATP Masters 1000 quarterfinalist in 10 years. The Croat reached his career-high ranking of world No. 33 in 2015, and in 2014 at age 17 was the youngest player to crack the Top 100. The 20-year-old is coming off of season-ending knee surgery in September.LEARN MORE
DELRAY BEACH: The 24-year-old is making his fourth Delray Beach appearance. He recorded his 100th ATP win in Delray in 2015, reaching the semifinals that year. CAREER: Tomic has won three ATP events in his career and reached five finals, including Acapulco in 2016, his first at the ATP 500-level. He also notched his highest career ranking (No. 17) in January 2016, and finished the season at No. 26. When the No. 2 Australian reached the Cincinnati quarterfinal last year, it marked the third Master’s 1000 quarterfinal of his career. His career-best year-end ranking was No. 18 in 2015, a year when he won a pair of ATP titles. In 2012 the 19-year-old Tomic was the youngest player in the Top 100, and in 2011 he reached the Wimbledon quarterfinals at age 18. Double hip surgery in 2014 stalled his progress.LEARN MORE
Note: Players are subject to change due to injuries or other unforeseen circumstances.