2020 ATP 250 EVENT

2020 ATP 250 EVENT

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

JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO (ARG)


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CAREER: Achieved career-high No. 3 on 13 August 2018. Finished in Top 10 and qualified for Nitto ATP Finals in 2008-09, 2012-13 and 2018. Runner-up at 2009 ATP Finals…Won 1st ATP Masters 1000 title at 2018 Indian Wells. Owns 22 titles overall, sweeping 4 straight during 23-match win streak in 2008 as 19-year-old…Earned 30+ victories in 8 seasons (2008-09, 2011-13, 2016-18), posting 400th win in 2018 Indian Wells SF (d. Raonic). Boasts 10 wins over No. 1 — most by a player who’s never been No. 1. One of 3 players to defeat Djokovic, Nadal and Federer when each were No. 1 (also Murray, Tsonga)…Captured 2009 US Open title, snapping No. 1 Federer’s 40-match tournament win streak. Beat Nadal again 9 years later to reach 2018 US Open final. Set all-time records with 21 appearances and 35 events between 1st and 2nd Grand Slam finals. Advanced to 4 other Grand Slam SFs including Roland Garros in 2009 and 2018, as well as 2013 Wimbledon…Led Argentina to 1st Davis Cup title in 2016, winning 5-setters in 5+ hours over Murray in SF and Cilic in final. Beat both No. 1 Djokovic and Nadal en route to silver medal at 2016 Rio Olympics. Defeated Djokovic to win bronze medal at 2012 London Olympics.

KEI NISHIKORI (JPN)

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CAREER: Top Asian player in ATP Rankings history. Achieved career-high No. 4 on 2 March 2015. Broke into Top 10 on 12 May 2014…Finished in Top 10, earned 40+ wins and qualified for Nitto ATP Finals in 2014-16 and 2018. Enjoyed 30+ victories in 8 straight seasons (2011-18), then earned 400th win in 2019. Boasts 132-46 record in deciding sets (.742) – highest win percentage since ATP Tour was established in 1990…Owns 12 ATP Tour titles, capturing 1st at 2008 Delray Beach as 18-year-old qualifier ranked 244th. Remains youngest champion on tour since Hewitt, 16, at 1998 Adelaide. Boasts 6 ATP 500 titles…Earned biggest win of career over No. 1 Djokovic at 2014 US Open to become 1st Asian Grand Slam men’s singles finalist. Went on to reach US Open SFs in 2016 and 2018. Owns 23-6 record in 5th sets, including Top 10 wins in all 3 of his US Open QFs (d. No. 4 Wawrinka in 2014, No. 2 Murray in 2016 and No. 7 Cilic in 2018). First Asian man to reach QFs at all 4 Grand Slam events…Captured 2016 Rio Olympics bronze medal.

BRYAN BROTHERS (USA)

CAREER: Finished No. 1 in team rankings 10 times (2003, 2005-07, 2009-14). Spent 438 weeks and ended 8 seasons as co-No. 1s in individual doubles rankings (2005-07, 2009-11, 2013-14)…Winningest doubles team or singles player in Open Era with 118 titles in 176 finals. Only doubles team or singles player to sweep all 4 Grand Slams, 9 ATP Masters 1000 events, Nitto ATP Finals and Olympics. Qualified for Nitto ATP Finals in 16 straight years (2003-18), winning titles 2003, 2004, 2009 and 2014…Twins boast 1,093-353 record – most team wins in Open Era…Own all-time team records with 16 Grand Slam titles in 30 finals and 39 ATP Masters 1000 titles in 59 finals. Only team in Open Era to hold all 4 Grand Slam titles at same time: 2012 US Open, 2013 Australian Open, 2013 Roland Garros and 2013 Wimbledon. Made 76 Grand Slam appearances in a row as a team (1999-2018)…Won gold medals at 2012 London Olympics and bronze medals at 2008 Beijing Olympics. Went 4-0 in 2007 to lead USA to Davis Cup title.

MIKE BRYAN
BOB BRYAN

JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO (ARG)

CAREER: Achieved career-high No. 3 on 13 August 2018. Finished in Top 10 and qualified for Nitto ATP Finals in 2008-09, 2012-13 and 2018. Runner-up at 2009 ATP Finals…Won 1st ATP Masters 1000 title at 2018 Indian Wells. Owns 22 titles overall, sweeping 4 straight during 23-match win streak in 2008 as 19-year-old…Earned 30+ victories in 8 seasons (2008-09, 2011-13, 2016-18), posting 400th win in 2018 Indian Wells SF (d. Raonic). Boasts 10 wins over No. 1 — most by a player who’s never been No. 1. One of 3 players to defeat Djokovic, Nadal and Federer when each were No. 1 (also Murray, Tsonga)…Captured 2009 US Open title, snapping No. 1 Federer’s 40-match tournament win streak. Beat Nadal again 9 years later to reach 2018 US Open final. Set all-time records with 21 appearances and 35 events between 1st and 2nd Grand Slam finals. Advanced to 4 other Grand Slam SFs including Roland Garros in 2009 and 2018, as well as 2013 Wimbledon…Led Argentina to 1st Davis Cup title in 2016, winning 5-setters in 5+ hours over Murray in SF and Cilic in final. Beat both No. 1 Djokovic and Nadal en route to silver medal at 2016 Rio Olympics. Defeated Djokovic to win bronze medal at 2012 London Olympics.

KEI NISHIKORI (JPN)

CAREER: Top Asian player in ATP Rankings history. Achieved career-high No. 4 on 2 March 2015. Broke into Top 10 on 12 May 2014…Finished in Top 10, earned 40+ wins and qualified for Nitto ATP Finals in 2014-16 and 2018. Enjoyed 30+ victories in 8 straight seasons (2011-18), then earned 400th win in 2019. Boasts 132-46 record in deciding sets (.742) – highest win percentage since ATP Tour was established in 1990…Owns 12 ATP Tour titles, capturing 1st at 2008 Delray Beach as 18-year-old qualifier ranked 244th. Remains youngest champion on tour since Hewitt, 16, at 1998 Adelaide. Boasts 6 ATP 500 titles…Earned biggest win of career over No. 1 Djokovic at 2014 US Open to become 1st Asian Grand Slam men’s singles finalist. Went on to reach US Open SFs in 2016 and 2018. Owns 23-6 record in 5th sets, including Top 10 wins in all 3 of his US Open QFs (d. No. 4 Wawrinka in 2014, No. 2 Murray in 2016 and No. 7 Cilic in 2018). First Asian man to reach QFs at all 4 Grand Slam events…Captured 2016 Rio Olympics bronze medal.

BRYAN BROTHERS (USA)

CAREER: Finished No. 1 in team rankings 10 times (2003, 2005-07, 2009-14). Spent 438 weeks and ended 8 seasons as co-No. 1s in individual doubles rankings (2005-07, 2009-11, 2013-14)…Winningest doubles team or singles player in Open Era with 118 titles in 176 finals. Only doubles team or singles player to sweep all 4 Grand Slams, 9 ATP Masters 1000 events, Nitto ATP Finals and Olympics. Qualified for Nitto ATP Finals in 16 straight years (2003-18), winning titles 2003, 2004, 2009 and 2014…Twins boast 1,093-353 record – most team wins in Open Era…Own all-time team records with 16 Grand Slam titles in 30 finals and 39 ATP Masters 1000 titles in 59 finals. Only team in Open Era to hold all 4 Grand Slam titles at same time: 2012 US Open, 2013 Australian Open, 2013 Roland Garros and 2013 Wimbledon. Made 76 Grand Slam appearances in a row as a team (1999-2018)…Won gold medals at 2012 London Olympics and bronze medals at 2008 Beijing Olympics. Went 4-0 in 2007 to lead USA to Davis Cup title.

MIKE BRYAN

 

BOB BRYAN

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