2022 ATP 250 EVENT

2022 ATP 250 EVENT

The Delray Beach Open by VITACOST.com ATP 250 tournament is one of only 10 ATP Tour tournaments in the U.S. and consists of single-elimination singles and doubles events featuring many of the top-ranked men’s professionals in the world.

FRANCES TIAFOE (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: The 2018 champion is making his fifth appearance. Won at age 20, making him the youngest American to win an ATP title since 19-year-old Andy Roddick in 2002. Reached QFs in last two appearances. CAREER: Outside of Delray, has reached a pair of finals. Has reached the US Open round of 16 in consecutive years. Reached 2019 Australian Open QF, becoming the youngest American to reach the final eight a major since Roddick at 2003 Wimbledon. Two-time participant in ATP Net Gen Finals. At 15, won the 2013 Orange Bowl junior title, the youngest champion in tournament history. PERSONAL: Resides in neighboring Boynton Beach. The 2020 ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year, he is an ambassador for ThanksUSA and USTA’s National Junior Tennis and Learning (NJTL). He began playing at age 3 with his twin brother, Franklin. Trained at the Jr. Tennis Champions Center in College Park, MD., where his father (Frances Sr.) was Head of Maintenance. Fan of NBA players Kevin Durant and LeBron James and supports his hometown teams the Washington Football Team, Washington Wizards and Washington Capitals. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

NICK KYRGIOS (AUS)

DELRAY BEACH: Making second appearance in singles. Reached the quarterfinals in doubles in his first appearance in 2019. CAREER: Winner of six career ATP titles and has reached three other finals. Former World No. 1 junior that broke into top 50 at age 19 in 2015 and ended 2016 with a career-high ranking of No. 13. Joined countryman Lleyton Hewitt as one of two players to win first meeting with tennis greats Rafael Nadal (2014 Wimbledon), Roger Federer (2015 Madrid) and Novak Djokovic (2017 Acapulco). Went on to reach the 2015 Australian Open quarterfinals at age 19, becoming the youngest quarterfinalist at his home Grand Slam event since Andrei Cherkasov, 19, in 1990. PERSONAL: Started playing tennis at age six with his mother. Follows a vegan diet. Likes playing Call of Duty and considers himself “the best gamer on the tennis tour.”. Created Nick Kyrgios Foundation (NKF) in support of underprivileged youth. Foundation received an ATP ACES for Charity grant of $15,000 in 2018.  Donated $33,800 for Australian bushfire relief in January 2020 — $200 for each ace hit at Australian Open and ATP Cup (169 aces in eight singles matches). Photo Creds Andrew Patron

REILLY OPELKA (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: The 2020 champion is making his fourth appearance. Saved one match point in the title run. Reached QF in 2018. CAREER: In second half of 2021, reached third and biggest career final at ATP Masters 1000 Canada followed by career-best round of 16 at US Open. Other ATP Masters 1000 successes include the 2021 Rome semifinal and 2020 Cincinnati quarterfinal. Won first career title at 2019 New York Open.  Peaked at No. 4 in junior rankings in July 2015 following a 10-1 run at Wimbledon en route to Wimbledon boys’ singles title. PERSONAL: Resides in Delray Beach. At 6-foot-11, tallest player in ATP Top 100. Started playing tennis at age 6. Grew up under the tutelage of former ATP pro Tom Gullikson. Was the best man at Taylor Fritz’s wedding in 2018; His best friends on tour are Fritz, Michael Mmoh, Tommy Paul and Frances Tiafoe. Enjoys playing pick-up basketball games on tour and favorite NBA players are Jimmy Butler and Russell Westbrook. Passionate about art and fashion. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

CAMERON NORRIE (GBR)

DELRAY BEACH: Making fourth appearance in Delray Beach. Reached the 2021 singles semifinals. Upset then ranked No. 38 Taylor Fritz for his first Delray Beach win in 2020. CAREER:  Achieved career-high No. 13 in November 2021 after becoming the first British player to win the ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells title in the 45-year tournament history. It was one of two titles he won from six finals in 2021. Posted personal-best 50 wins in 2021. Reached Grand Slam third round on four occasions, including at the 2020 US Open, where he rallied from two sets down and saved two match points against Diego Schwartzman in the first round. PERSONAL: Grew up in New Zealand and began playing tennis in his driveway at age six after being introduced by his mom. Began representing Great Britain in 2013 after playing most of his junior career for New Zealand. Idols growing up were Andre Agassi and Rafael Nadal. Coached by Facundo Lugones, who was a TCU senior when Norrie was a freshman. The Horned Frogs reached the NCAA Final Four in 2015. If he wasn’t a tennis player, he would work in real estate. Enjoys going to the beach, listening to music and hanging out with friends. Fan of South Sydney Rabbitohs and All Blacks rugby teams, as well as Newcastle United F.C. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

ANDY MURRAY (GBR)

Delray Beach: Making Delray Beach debut. Career: Has held #1 ranking for 41 weeks. Three-time Major champion, winning a pair of Wimbledon titles as well as the 2012 US Open. A two-time gold medalist in singles, winning at 2016 Rio and 2012 London Olympics, he also added a mixed doubles silver in 2012. Named 2019 ATP Comeback Player of the Year after undergoing hip resurfacing surgery in January before returning to win his 46th career title in the Fall. Personal: The 33-year-old was born in Glasgow Scotland. Older brother, Jaime, has held ATP’s No.1 ranking in doubles, winning 24 titles including two Majors and in Delray Beach in 2008. In 2019, he was Knighted by Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace. He and his wife, Kim, have two daughters and one son.

KEI NISHIKORI (JPN)

DELRAY BEACH: Making 6th appearance and is the 2008 singles champion. CAREER: Top Asian player in ATP rankings history and achieved a career-high ranking of No. 4 in 2015. Has won 12 ATP Tour titles after capturing his first singles title in Delray Beach (2008) at 19-years-old to make him the youngest singles champion on tour since Lleyton Hewitt (1998). Between 2014-2016 and in 2018, finished in the top 10 and qualified for the Nitto ATP Finals. Biggest career win was over No. 1 Novak Djokovic at the 2014 US Open to become the first Asian Grand Slam men’s singles finalist. First Asian man to reach the quarterfinals of all four Grand Slams and captured the 2016 Rio Olympics bronze medal after defeating Rafael Nadal. PERSONAL: Was sponsored by CEO of Sony (Mr. Akio Morita) to attend IMG Academy at 14 after he began playing tennis at the age of 5. Named ATP Newcomer of the Year in 2008.

MILOS RAONIC (CAN)

DELRAY BEACH: 3rd appearance; Was 2017 singles finalist after becoming the highest-ranked singles player (No. 4) in tournament history. CAREER: First Canadian to break into the top 10 of the ATP Tour Rankings (2013). Reached a career-high ranking of No. 3 in 2016. Has captured 8 singles titles, reached SFs at the 2016 Nitto ATP Finals and advanced to the final of ATP Masters 1000 three times (Montreal, Paris, Indian Wells). First Canadian Grand Slam singles finalist (2016 Wimbledon). Reached the SFs at Wimbledon in 2014 and Australian Open in 2016. Ended six straight seasons ranked in the top 25. PERSONAL: Began playing tennis at the age of 8 after moving to Canada from Montenegro. Voted ATP Newcomer of the Year in 2011. Founded Milos Raonic Foundation in 2012 to help disadvantaged youth and received an ATP ACES for Charity grant in 2016. Named Forbes’ “30 Under 30” sports list in 2017. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

DANIEL EVANS (GBR)

DELRAY BEACH: Made only previous appearance in 2019 when he became the seventh player in tournament history to reach the final as a qualifier. Held three championship points in final before falling to Radu Albot in third set tie-break. CAREER: Delray Beach is one of two finals he has reached, the previous coming at Sydney in 2017. Has finished consecutive seasons (2019-20) as the No. 1 British player. Posted six wins over Top 20 opponents during 2020 season. At 2016 US Open, held match point in third round against eventual champion Stan Wawrinka. Winner of eight career Challenger titles. Member of winning World Junior Tennis team in 2004. PERSONAL: The 30-year-old played squash before taking up tennis with his father at age 7 in Birmingham. Left home at age 12 to live with a host family while training in Loughborough. Enjoys golf and boasts a 9 handicap. A fan of the Premier League’s Aston Villa. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

HUBERT HURKACZ (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: Making his debut. CAREER: Won first career title in 2019 at Winston Salem, becoming just the second player from Poland to win on the ATP Tour. Participant in the 2018 ATP Next Gen Finals. Early in 2020, he reached the semifinals at Auckland after advancing to four quarterfinals in 2019. Owns three career Challenger titles. PERSONAL: The 23-year-old began playing tennis at age 5. His mother, Sozia, was a junior tennis champion in Poland. His parents met as swimming teammates at Wroclaw University of Economics. In addition to tennis, participated in gymnastics, basketball and soccer as a child. Now enjoys basketball, books, fast cars, snooker and watches. Photo cred: MATTA Freelancer

TOMMY PAUL (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: Making his second appearance. CAREER: Opened 2020 season by reaching first career ATP semifinal at Adelaide after qualifying. Has been a quarterfinalist on four other occasions, including twice in 2020. Also in 2020, earned first career Grand Slam wins by reaching third round at Australian Open and recorded first career Davis Cup victory. Winner of four career Challenger titles. Reached No. 3 in junior rankings in 2015 after winning French Open title and reaching US Open final. PERSONAL: The 23-year-old resides in Delray Beach. Growing up he idolized Andy Roddick. Hobbies include surfing, basketball, golf and dirt biking. Is a fan or the Philadelphia Eagles and the Philadelphia 76ers. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

ADRIAN MANNARINO (FRA)

DELRAY BEACH: Making his eighth appearance. Boasts 9-7 record with run to semifinals in 2015 as well as quarterfinals in 2016 and 2019. CAREER: Won first career final in his seventh final appearance at ‘s-Hertogenbosch in 2019. Has reached at least one final in each of the past four seasons and 10 overall. Finished 2020 reaching quarterfinals or better at three of last four events by winning 10 of final 14 matches. Has reached Wimbledon Round of 16 twice in last three editions of the Championships and four times overall. Winner of 14 career Challenger titles. PERSONAL: The 32-year-old began playing at age 5. His father, Florent, is a tennis coach and his brother, Morgan, played Futures events over five seasons. Supports the Paris St. Germain soccer team. Growing up, he admired fellow lefthander and former World No. 1 Marcelo Rios. Photo Cred: Andrew Patron

JOHN ISNER (USA)

JOHN ISNER (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: The 2020 champion is making his fourth appearance. Saved one match point in the title run. Reached QF in 2018. CAREER: In second half of 2021, reached third and biggest career final at ATP Masters 1000 Canada followed by career-best round of 16 at US Open. Other ATP Masters 1000 successes include the 2021 Rome semifinal and 2020 Cincinnati quarterfinal. Won first career title at 2019 New York Open.  Peaked at No. 4 in junior rankings in July 2015 following a 10-1 run at Wimbledon en route to Wimbledon boys’ singles title. PERSONAL: Resides in Delray Beach. At 6-foot-11, tallest player in ATP Top 100. Started playing tennis at age 6. Grew up under the tutelage of former ATP pro Tom Gullikson. Was the best man at Taylor Fritz’s wedding in 2018; His best friends on tour are Fritz, Michael Mmoh, Tommy Paul and Frances Tiafoe. Enjoys playing pick-up basketball games on tour and favorite NBA players are Jimmy Butler and Russell Westbrook. Passionate about art and fashion. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

DELRAY BEACH: Making his eighth appearance. Is a four-time semifinalist. CAREER: Winner of 15 ATP titles from 28 finals. In 2018, reached Wimbledon semifinals and finished a career-best No. 8 in the ATP Rankings. Eclipsed the 10,000 ace milestone in 2018 at Houston. Named ATP Most Improved Player for his 2009 season. Four-time All-American at the University of Georgia, he was member of Bulldog squad that won team title while also winning NCAA doubles title and reaching singles final.  PERSONAL: The 35-year-old lives in Dallas with his wife, Madison, and their two children. Has long supported the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center where his mom has been successfully treated twice and in 2019 launched the Isner Family Foundation. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

FRANCES TIAFOE (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: The 2018 champion is making his fifth appearance. Won at age 20, making him the youngest American to win an ATP title since 19-year-old Andy Roddick in 2002. Reached QFs in last two appearances. CAREER: Outside of Delray, has reached a pair of finals. Has reached the US Open round of 16 in consecutive years. Reached 2019 Australian Open QF, becoming the youngest American to reach the final eight a major since Roddick at 2003 Wimbledon. Two-time participant in ATP Net Gen Finals. At 15, won the 2013 Orange Bowl junior title, the youngest champion in tournament history. PERSONAL: Resides in neighboring Boynton Beach. The 2020 ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year, he is an ambassador for ThanksUSA and USTA’s National Junior Tennis and Learning (NJTL). He began playing at age 3 with his twin brother, Franklin. Trained at the Jr. Tennis Champions Center in College Park, MD., where his father (Frances Sr.) was Head of Maintenance. Fan of NBA players Kevin Durant and LeBron James and supports his hometown teams the Washington Football Team, Washington Wizards and Washington Capitals. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

NICK KYRGIOS (AUS)

DELRAY BEACH: Making second appearance in singles. Reached the quarterfinals in doubles in his first appearance in 2019. CAREER: Winner of six career ATP titles and has reached three other finals. Former World No. 1 junior that broke into top 50 at age 19 in 2015 and ended 2016 with a career-high ranking of No. 13. Joined countryman Lleyton Hewitt as one of two players to win first meeting with tennis greats Rafael Nadal (2014 Wimbledon), Roger Federer (2015 Madrid) and Novak Djokovic (2017 Acapulco). Went on to reach the 2015 Australian Open quarterfinals at age 19, becoming the youngest quarterfinalist at his home Grand Slam event since Andrei Cherkasov, 19, in 1990. PERSONAL: Started playing tennis at age six with his mother. Follows a vegan diet. Likes playing Call of Duty and considers himself “the best gamer on the tennis tour.”. Created Nick Kyrgios Foundation (NKF) in support of underprivileged youth. Foundation received an ATP ACES for Charity grant of $15,000 in 2018.  Donated $33,800 for Australian bushfire relief in January 2020 — $200 for each ace hit at Australian Open and ATP Cup (169 aces in eight singles matches). Photo Cred Andrew Patron

REILLY OPELKA (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: The 2020 champion is making his fourth appearance. Saved one match point in the title run. Reached QF in 2018. CAREER: In second half of 2021, reached third and biggest career final at ATP Masters 1000 Canada followed by career-best round of 16 at US Open. Other ATP Masters 1000 successes include the 2021 Rome semifinal and 2020 Cincinnati quarterfinal. Won first career title at 2019 New York Open.  Peaked at No. 4 in junior rankings in July 2015 following a 10-1 run at Wimbledon en route to Wimbledon boys’ singles title. PERSONAL: Resides in Delray Beach. At 6-foot-11, tallest player in ATP Top 100. Started playing tennis at age 6. Grew up under the tutelage of former ATP pro Tom Gullikson. Was the best man at Taylor Fritz’s wedding in 2018; His best friends on tour are Fritz, Michael Mmoh, Tommy Paul and Frances Tiafoe. Enjoys playing pick-up basketball games on tour and favorite NBA players are Jimmy Butler and Russell Westbrook. Passionate about art and fashion. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

CAMERON NORRIE (GBR)

DELRAY BEACH: Making fourth appearance in Delray Beach. Reached the 2021 singles semifinals. Upset then ranked No. 38 Taylor Fritz for his first Delray Beach win in 2020. CAREER:  Achieved career-high No. 13 in November 2021 after becoming the first British player to win the ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells title in the 45-year tournament history. It was one of two titles he won from six finals in 2021. Posted personal-best 50 wins in 2021. Reached Grand Slam third round on four occasions, including at the 2020 US Open, where he rallied from two sets down and saved two match points against Diego Schwartzman in the first round. PERSONAL: Grew up in New Zealand and began playing tennis in his driveway at age six after being introduced by his mom. Began representing Great Britain in 2013 after playing most of his junior career for New Zealand. Idols growing up were Andre Agassi and Rafael Nadal. Coached by Facundo Lugones, who was a TCU senior when Norrie was a freshman. The Horned Frogs reached the NCAA Final Four in 2015. If he wasn’t a tennis player, he would work in real estate. Enjoys going to the beach, listening to music and hanging out with friends. Fan of South Sydney Rabbitohs and All Blacks rugby teams, as well as Newcastle United F.C. Photo Cred Andrew Patron

ANDY MURRAY (GBR)

Delray Beach: Making Delray Beach debut. Career: Has held #1 ranking for 41 weeks. Three-time Major champion, winning a pair of Wimbledon titles as well as the 2012 US Open. A two-time gold medalist in singles, winning at 2016 Rio and 2012 London Olympics, he also added a mixed doubles silver in 2012. Named 2019 ATP Comeback Player of the Year after undergoing hip resurfacing surgery in January before returning to win his 46th career title in the Fall. Personal: The 33-year-old was born in Glasgow Scotland. Older brother, Jaime, has held ATP’s No.1 ranking in doubles, winning 24 titles including two Majors and in Delray Beach in 2008. In 2019, he was Knighted by Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace. He and his wife, Kim, have two daughters and one son.

MILOS RAONIC (CAN)

DELRAY BEACH: Making his fourth appearance. Was 2017 singles finalist after becoming the highest-ranked singles player (No. 4) in tournament history. CAREER: First Canadian to break into the top 10 of the ATP Tour Rankings (2013). Reached a career-high ranking of No. 3 in 2016. Has captured eight singles titles. First Canadian Grand Slam singles finalist (2016 Wimbledon). He was semifinalist at the 2016 Nitto ATP Finals and advanced to the final of ATP Masters 1000 three times (Montreal, Paris, Indian Wells). Reached the SFs at Wimbledon in 2014 and Australian Open in 2016. Ended six straight seasons ranked in the top 25. PERSONAL: The 29-year-old began playing tennis at the age of 8 after moving to Canada from Montenegro. Voted ATP Newcomer of the Year in 2011. Founded Milos Raonic Foundation in 2012 to help disadvantaged youth and received an ATP ACES for Charity grant in 2016. Named Forbes’ “30 Under 30” sports list in 2017. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

JOHN ISNER (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: Making his eighth appearance. Is a four-time semifinalist. CAREER: Winner of 15 ATP titles from 28 finals. In 2018, reached Wimbledon semifinals and finished a career-best No. 8 in the ATP Rankings. Eclipsed the 10,000 ace milestone in 2018 at Houston. Named ATP Most Improved Player for his 2009 season. Four-time All-American at the University of Georgia, he was member of Bulldog squad that won team title while also winning NCAA doubles title and reaching singles final.  PERSONAL: The 35-year-old lives in Dallas with his wife, Madison, and their two children. Has long supported the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center where his mom has been successfully treated twice and in 2019 launched the Isner Family Foundation. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

KEI NISHIKORI (JPN)

DELRAY BEACH: Making 6th appearance and is the 2008 singles champion. CAREER: Top Asian player in ATP rankings history and achieved a career-high ranking of No. 4 in 2015. Has won 12 ATP Tour titles after capturing his first singles title in Delray Beach (2008) at 19-years-old to make him the youngest singles champion on tour since Lleyton Hewitt (1998). Between 2014-2016 and in 2018, finished in the top 10 and qualified for the Nitto ATP Finals. Biggest career win was over No. 1 Novak Djokovic at the 2014 US Open to become the first Asian Grand Slam men’s singles finalist. First Asian man to reach the quarterfinals of all four Grand Slams and captured the 2016 Rio Olympics bronze medal after defeating Rafael Nadal. PERSONAL: Was sponsored by CEO of Sony (Mr. Akio Morita) to attend IMG Academy at 14 after he began playing tennis at the age of 5. Named ATP Newcomer of the Year in 2008.

HUBERT HURKACZ (POL)

DELRAY BEACH: Making his debut. CAREER: Won first career title in 2019 at Winston Salem, becoming just the second player from Poland to win on the ATP Tour. Participant in the 2018 ATP Next Gen Finals. Early in 2020, he reached the semifinals at Auckland after advancing to four quarterfinals in 2019. Owns three career Challenger titles. PERSONAL: The 23-year-old began playing tennis at age 5. His mother, Sozia, was a junior tennis champion in Poland. His parents met as swimming teammates at Wroclaw University of Economics. In addition to tennis, participated in gymnastics, basketball and soccer as a child. Now enjoys basketball, books, fast cars, snooker and watches. Photo cred: MATTA Freelancer

DANIEL EVANS (GBR)

DELRAY BEACH: Made only previous appearance in 2019 when he became the seventh player in tournament history to reach the final as a qualifier. Held three championship points in final before falling to Radu Albot in third set tie-break. CAREER: Delray Beach is one of two finals he has reached, the previous coming at Sydney in 2017. Has finished consecutive seasons (2019-20) as the No. 1 British player. Posted six wins over Top 20 opponents during 2020 season. At 2016 US Open, held match point in third round against eventual champion Stan Wawrinka. Winner of eight career Challenger titles. Member of winning World Junior Tennis team in 2004. PERSONAL: The 30-year-old played squash before taking up tennis with his father at age 7 in Birmingham. Left home at age 12 to live with a host family while training in Loughborough. Enjoys golf and boasts a 9 handicap. A fan of the Premier League’s Aston Villa. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

ADRIAN MANNARINO (FRA)

DELRAY BEACH: Making his eighth appearance. Boasts 9-7 record with run to semifinals in 2015 as well as quarterfinals in 2016 and 2019. CAREER: Won first career final in his seventh final appearance at ‘s-Hertogenbosch in 2019. Has reached at least one final in each of the past four seasons and 10 overall. Finished 2020 reaching quarterfinals or better at three of last four events by winning 10 of final 14 matches. Has reached Wimbledon Round of 16 twice in last three editions of the Championships and four times overall. Winner of 14 career Challenger titles. PERSONAL: The 32-year-old began playing at age 5. His father, Florent, is a tennis coach and his brother, Morgan, played Futures events over five seasons. Supports the Paris St. Germain soccer team. Growing up, he admired fellow lefthander and former World No. 1 Marcelo Rios. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

TOMMY PAUL (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: Making his second appearance. CAREER: Opened 2020 season by reaching first career ATP semifinal at Adelaide after qualifying. Has been a quarterfinalist on four other occasions, including twice in 2020. Also in 2020, earned first career Grand Slam wins by reaching third round at Australian Open and recorded first career Davis Cup victory. Winner of four career Challenger titles. Reached No. 3 in junior rankings in 2015 after winning French Open title and reaching US Open final. PERSONAL: The 23-year-old resides in Delray Beach. Growing up he idolized Andy Roddick. Hobbies include surfing, basketball, golf and dirt biking. Is a fan or the Philadelphia Eagles and the Philadelphia 76ers. Photo cred: Andrew Patron

TAYLOR FRITZ (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: 5th appearance. Reached QF’s in 2018. CAREER: Achieved career-high singles ranking of No. 25 in August 2019 after reaching back-to-back finals at Atlanta and Los Cabos. Earned 5 top 10 wins in 2019 including biggest wins of career over Dominic Thiem (Laver Cup) and Alexander Zverev (Basel). Reached the 3rd round at the 2018 US Open and 2019 Australian Open. Became the youngest American in top 25 since Andy Roddick (21) in 2004. Captured 1st ATP Tour title in 2019 Eastbourne defeating Sam Querrey. Remains youngest ATP finalist since Nishikori (18) and youngest American finalist since Chang (17). Qualified for the 2018 Next Gen ATP Finals in 2018 and finished 2015 as world No. 1 junior reaching the quarterfinals or better at all 4 junior Grand Slams capturing the US Open title and a finalist at Roland Garros. PERSONAL: Started playing tennis at age 2 because both parents played. Father (Guy) is a tennis coach and mother (Kathy May) was a top 10 player on the WTA Tour. Named 2016 ATP Newcomer of the Year and favorite tournament is the US Open. Idols growing up were Juan Martin del Potro and Pete Sampras who presented him with a cake on his 18th birthday at the 2015 Monterrey Challenger. Enjoys playing FIFA and a fan of Manchester United and Los Angeles Chargers (NFL). Has two brothers and wife (Raquel Pedraza) played all 4 junior Grand Slams. Son (Jordan) was born in January 2017.

JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO (ARG)

DELRAY BEACH: Making 6th appearance in Delray Beach; Won 2011 singles title. CAREER: Captured 22 ATP Singles Titles including the 2009 US Open. Boasts the most wins (10) over No. 1 ranked singles players including Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer which is the most by any player who has not been ranked No. 1. In 2018, reached a career-high singles ranking of No. 3, was the US Open singles finalist, qualified for the Nitto ATP Finals for the fifth time and won his first ATP Masters 1000 title in Indian Wells defeating Roger Federer in the final. In 2016, Del Potro led Argentina to their first Davis Cup Title and won the silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics after capturing bronze at the 2012 London Olympics. He was named ATP Comeback Player of the Year in 2011 and 2016 and Argentina Sportsman of the Year in 2009 and 2016. PERSONAL: Started playing tennis at the age of 5. Was named ATP Comeback Player of the Year in 2011 and 2016 and Argentina Sportsman of the Year in 2009 and 2016. Enjoys playing football, fishing and cooking Argentinean BBQ.

RADU ALBOT (MDA)

DELRAY BEACH: 5th appearance. 2019 singles champion. CAREER: Achieved career-high singles ranking of No. 39 in August 2019 after reaching Los Cabos semifinal. Broke into top 100 in July 2015 and finished 4 straight seasons in top 100 (2016-19). Earned career-high 31 tour-level wins in 2019 highlighted by 1st ATP Tour final and title at Delray Beach. Saved 3 championship points vs. Daniel Evans after defeating Nick Kyrgios, Steve Johnson and Mackenzie McDonald in 3 sets. Biggest career win over No. 12 Carreno Busta in 5 sets en route to 2018 Wimbledon 3rd round. Reached US Open doubles semifinal (with Jaziri) in 2018 as an alternate and captured 1st doubles title in 2015 (with Lajovic). Peaked at No. 11 in junior rankings in 2007 and defeated future ATP Tour No. 3s Grigor Dimitrov and Milos Raonic in junior matches. PERSONAL: Started playing tennis at the age of 8 because his father watched tennis on tv. Speaks Romanian, Russian, English and some German and Spanish. Nicknamed “machine” by other players and favorite tournaments are the US Open and Wimbledon. Studies at a sports university in Chisinau and if he wasn’t a tennis player would play football.

KYLE EDMUND (GBR)

DELRAY BEACH:  2nd appearance. Reached QF’s in 2017. CAREER: Achieved career-high ranking of No. 14 in October 2018 after reaching Beijing semifinals. Became the No. 1 Brit in March 2018 ending Andy Murray’s 12-year reign. Earned new career-high ranking 10 times in 2016 and 9 times in 2018 but not in 2017 and 2019. Won 1st ATP Tour singles title in 1st tournament as No. 1 seed at Antwerp in 2018 Won first singles title at Antwerp 2018. Did not drop a set en route to 1st doubles title at Estoril in 2018 with countryman and 1st-time partner Norrie. Earned biggest win of his career over Novak Djokovic (Madrid 2018) and Grigor Dimitrov en route to 2018 Australian Open semifinal and became the 4th Brit to reach the Australian Open semifinal and 6th Brit to reach a Grand Slam semifinal in Open Era.  Made Davis Cup Debut in 2015 final against Belgium and went 3-0 to lead Brits to 2019 Davis Cup semifinal. PERSONAL: Nickname is “Kedders.” Father (Steven) is an accountant who grew up in Zimbabwe and mother (Denise) is a former sprinter from South Africa. Moved to North Yorkshire from South Africa at age 3 and began playing tennis by chance at age of 10 taking lessons at a local club where his sister (Kelly) used to swim. Idols growing up were Andy Murray and Marat Safin. Trained with Murray in Miami before 2012-14 seasons. Lifelong fan of Liverpool FC and follows Formula 1 and loves sports cars.

RADU ALBOT (MDA)

RADU ALBOT (MDA)

DELRAY BEACH: 5th appearance. 2019 singles champion. CAREER: Achieved career-high singles ranking of No. 39 in August 2019 after reaching Los Cabos semifinal. Broke into top 100 in July 2015 and finished 4 straight seasons in top 100 (2016-19). Earned career-high 31 tour-level wins in 2019 highlighted by 1st ATP Tour final and title at Delray Beach. Saved 3 championship points vs. Daniel Evans after defeating Nick Kyrgios, Steve Johnson and Mackenzie McDonald in 3 sets. Biggest career win over No. 12 Carreno Busta in 5 sets en route to 2018 Wimbledon 3rd round. Reached US Open doubles semifinal (with Jaziri) in 2018 as an alternate and captured 1st doubles title in 2015 (with Lajovic). Peaked at No. 11 in junior rankings in 2007 and defeated future ATP Tour No. 3s Grigor Dimitrov and Milos Raonic in junior matches. PERSONAL: Started playing tennis at the age of 8 because his father watched tennis on tv. Speaks Romanian, Russian, English and some German and Spanish. Nicknamed “machine” by other players and favorite tournaments are the US Open and Wimbledon. Studies at a sports university in Chisinau and if he wasn’t a tennis player would play football.

JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO (ARG)


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CAREER: DELRAY BEACH: Making 6th appearance in Delray Beach; Won 2011 singles title. CAREER: Captured 22 ATP Singles Titles including the 2009 US Open. Boasts the most wins (10) over No. 1 ranked singles players including Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer which is the most by any player who has not been ranked No. 1. In 2018, reached a career-high singles ranking of No. 3, was the US Open singles finalist, qualified for the Nitto ATP Finals for the fifth time and won his first ATP Masters 1000 title in Indian Wells defeating Roger Federer in the final. In 2016, Del Potro led Argentina to their first Davis Cup Title and won the silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics after capturing bronze at the 2012 London Olympics. He was named ATP Comeback Player of the Year in 2011 and 2016 and Argentina Sportsman of the Year in 2009 and 2016. PERSONAL: Started playing tennis at the age of 5. Was named ATP Comeback Player of the Year in 2011 and 2016 and Argentina Sportsman of the Year in 2009 and 2016. Enjoys playing football, fishing and cooking Argentinean BBQ.

KYLE EDMUND (GBR)

KYLE EDMUND (GBR)

DELRAY BEACH:  2nd appearance. Reached QF’s in 2017. CAREER: Achieved career-high ranking of No. 14 in October 2018 after reaching Beijing semifinals. Became the No. 1 Brit in March 2018 ending Andy Murray’s 12-year reign. Earned new career-high ranking 10 times in 2016 and 9 times in 2018 but not in 2017 and 2019. Won 1st ATP Tour singles title in 1st tournament as No. 1 seed at Antwerp in 2018 Won first singles title at Antwerp 2018. Did not drop a set en route to 1st doubles title at Estoril in 2018 with countryman and 1st-time partner Norrie. Earned biggest win of his career over Novak Djokovic (Madrid 2018) and Grigor Dimitrov en route to 2018 Australian Open semifinal and became the 4th Brit to reach the Australian Open semifinal and 6th Brit to reach a Grand Slam semifinal in Open Era.  Made Davis Cup Debut in 2015 final against Belgium and went 3-0 to lead Brits to 2019 Davis Cup semifinal. PERSONAL: Nickname is “Kedders.” Father (Steven) is an accountant who grew up in Zimbabwe and mother (Denise) is a former sprinter from South Africa. Moved to North Yorkshire from South Africa at age 3 and began playing tennis by chance at age of 10 taking lessons at a local club where his sister (Kelly) used to swim. Idols growing up were Andy Murray and Marat Safin. Trained with Murray in Miami before 2012-14 seasons. Lifelong fan of Liverpool FC and follows Formula 1 and loves sports cars.

JC ARAGONE (USA)

PABLO ANDUJAR (ESP)

THOMAZ BELLUCCI (BRA)

TOMAS MARTIN ETCHEVERRY (ARG)

BJORN FRATANGELO (USA)

DANIEL ELAHI GALAN (COL)

CHRISTIAN HARRISON (USA)

RYAN HARRISON (USA)

IVO KARLOVIC (CRO)

KEVIN KING (USA)

SEBASTIAN KORDA (USA)

SOONWOON KWON (KOR)

GIANLUCA MAGER (ITA)

ANDREJ MARTIN (SVK)

MACKENZIE MCDONALD (USA)

THIAGO MONTEIRO (BRA)

JI SUNG NAM (KOR)

CAMERON NORRIE (GBR)

ROBERTO QUIROZ (ECU)

NOAH RUBIN (USA)

DONALD YOUNG (USA)

ANDREAS SEPPI (ITA)

MARCEL-CEDRIK STEBE (GER)

JORDAN THOMPSON (AUS)

YASUTAKA UCHIYAMA (JPN)

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