2019 ATP 250 EVENT

2019 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)

DELRAY BEACH: Juan Martin Del Potro is making his fifth appearance and starting his ATP season for the third consecutive year in Delray Beach after winning the 2011 singles title. CAREER: Del Potro has captured 22 ATP Singles Titles including the 2009 US Open. He 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, he 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.

FRANCES TIAFOE (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: In 2018, Tiafoe had the most successful week of his young career when he captured his first ATP World Tour singles title at the Delray Beach Open by VITACOST.com. Tiafoe was the first wild card winner at Delray Beach and is the youngest American to win an ATP title since 19-year-old Andy Roddick won in Houston in 2002. He is also the first Next-Gen American to win a title and the eighth player to capture his first ATP title at Delray Beach. CAREER: After Delray Beach, Tiafoe Went on to reach his 2nd ATP World Tour final at Estoril and in 2018 reached the quarterfinals of Queen’s Club, the quarterfinals of the US Open, and achieved a career-high ranking of No. 38 in August of 2018. Tiafoe won the 2013 Orange Bowl junior title at age 15 to become the youngest champion in tournament history. He went 55-19 on the ITF Junior Circuit and was ranked No. 2 in 2014.

JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO (ARG)

DELRAY BEACH: Juan Martin Del Potro is making his fifth appearance and starting his ATP season for the third consecutive year in Delray Beach after winning the 2011 singles title. CAREER: Del Potro has captured 22 ATP Singles Titles including the 2009 US Open. He 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, he 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.

FRANCES TIAFOE (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: In 2018, Tiafoe had the most successful week of his young career when he captured his first ATP World Tour singles title at the Delray Beach Open by VITACOST.com. Tiafoe was the first wild card winner at Delray Beach and is the youngest American to win an ATP title since 19-year-old Andy Roddick won in Houston in 2002. He is also the first Next-Gen American to win a title and the eighth player to capture his first ATP title at Delray Beach. CAREER: After Delray Beach, Tiafoe Went on to reach his 2nd ATP World Tour final at Estoril and in 2018 reached the quarterfinals of Queen’s Club, the quarterfinals of the US Open, and achieved a career-high ranking of No. 38 in August of 2018. Tiafoe won the 2013 Orange Bowl junior title at age 15 to become the youngest champion in tournament history. He went 55-19 on the ITF Junior Circuit and was ranked No. 2 in 2014.

JOHN ISNER (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: Making his 7th appearance where he has been a three-time semifinalist; has a 10-6 win/loss record. CAREER: Has won 14 ATP singles titles including his biggest career title at the 2018 Miami Open 100 Masters. Reached a career-high singles ranking of No. 8 in July of 2018 and is the tallest top ten player in history having won 30+ matches and finishing 9 straight seasons ranked in the top 20. Has reached the semifinals of Wimbledon, the quarterfinals of the US Open twice, and the Round of 16 three times at Roland Garros. Known around the world for winning the longest match in tennis history in the first round of Wimbledon in 2010 defeating Nicholas Mahut 70-68 in the fifth set after 11 hours and five minutes of play over the course of three days.

JOHN ISNER (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: Making his 7th appearance where he has been a three-time semifinalist; has a 10-6 win/loss record. CAREER: Has won 14 ATP singles titles including his biggest career title at the 2018 Miami Open 100 Masters. Reached a career-high singles ranking of No. 8 in July of 2018 and is the tallest top ten player in history having won 30+ matches and finishing 9 straight seasons ranked in the top 20. Has reached the semifinals of Wimbledon, the quarterfinals of the US Open twice, and the Round of 16 three times at Roland Garros. Known around the world for winning the longest match in tennis history in the first round of Wimbledon in 2010 defeating Nicholas Mahut 70-68 in the fifth set after 11 hours and five minutes of play over the course of three days.

NICK KYRGIOS (AUS)

DELRAY BEACH: First appearance in the main draw at Delray Beach in 2019. CAREER: Kyrgios has four singles titles under his belt at the young age of 23-years-old including the 2018 Brisbane International. Kyrgios has reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open and Wimbledon Championships, the semifinals twice at the Miami Masters 1000 and the finals of the Cincinnati Masters 1000.  Kyrgios also boasts impressive wins over world No. 1 players Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray and was only one of two players to win his first meeting against Nadal, Federer and Djokovic. In 2014, Kyrgios was the youngest player to beat a world No. 1 at a Grand Slam (Wimbledon) since 2005 defeating Rafael Nadal to advance to the quarterfinals. Kyrgios finished 3 straight seasons in the top 30 from 2015-2017 and achieved a career-high ranking in 2016 peaking at No. 13 to end season as youngest player in Top 20. On the ITF Junior Circuit, he won the junior singles title at the Australian Open in 2013 and became the world No. 1 junior in January 2013.

NICK KYRGIOS (AUS)

DELRAY BEACH: First appearance in the main draw at Delray Beach in 2019. CAREER: Kyrgios has four singles titles under his belt at the young age of 23-years-old including the 2018 Brisbane International. Kyrgios has reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open and Wimbledon Championships, the semifinals twice at the Miami Masters 1000 and the finals of the Cincinnati Masters 1000.  Kyrgios also boasts impressive wins over world No. 1 players Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray and was only one of two players to win his first meeting against Nadal, Federer and Djokovic. In 2014, Kyrgios was the youngest player to beat a world No. 1 at a Grand Slam (Wimbledon) since 2005 defeating Rafael Nadal to advance to the quarterfinals. Kyrgios finished 3 straight seasons in the top 30 from 2015-2017 and achieved a career-high ranking in 2016 peaking at No. 13 to end season as youngest player in Top 20. On the ITF Junior Circuit, he won the junior singles title at the Australian Open in 2013 and became the world No. 1 junior in January 2013.

MILOS RAONIC (CAN)

DELRAY BEACH:  Milos Raonic is the 2017 Delray Beach Open by VITACOST.com singles finalist after becoming the highest-ranked singles player (at No. 4) in tournament history. CAREER: Raonic is the first Canadian to break into the top ten of the ATP World Tour Rankings in 2013 reaching a career-high ranking of No. 3 in 2016. Raonic has captured eight ATP singles titles, reached the semi-finals at the 2016 Nitto ATP Finals, advanced to the ATP Masters 1000 finals at Montreal (2013), Paris (2014) and Indian Wells (2016) and became the first Canadian Grand Slam singles finalist at Wimbledon in 2016 after reaching the semi-finals at Wimbledon in 2014 and the Australian Open in 2016. Raonic has ended six straight seasons ranked in the top 25 and had his biggest career win over then No. 2 Roger Federer at Paris in 2014 in the quarterfinals.

BRYAN BROTHERS (USA)

DELRAY BEACH:  Bob and Mike Bryan – the Bryan Brothers – have reached a record six finals in their 10 Delray Beach Open by VITACOST.com appearances including title wins in 2009, 2010, 2014 and 2015. CAREER: The Bryan Brothers are the Great Doubles-Team of All-Time on the ATP World Tour and share 116 doubles titles, 16 Grand Slam titles and are the only doubles or singles player to sweep all four Grand Slams, 9 ATP Masters 1000 events, the Nitto ATP Finals and Olympics winning gold in London (2012) and bronze in Beijing (2008). The Bryan Brothers also have the most victories by any doubles team in U.S. Davis Cup history with a 24-5 win/loss record including winning the Davis Cup in 2007. The Bryan Brothers have finished No. 1 in team rankings ten times during their career.

MIKE BRYAN
BOB BRYAN

IVO KARLOVIC (CRO)

DELRAY BEACH: The 2015 singles champion is making his 11th appearance in Delray Beach. CAREER: Won 8 ATP singles titles and reached a career high singles ranking of No. 14 in 2008. In 2016 was the oldest top 20 player since Ken Rosewall in 1978 and is the tallest top 20 ATP player in history at 6’11”. Hit 158 career aces in 13 seasons (the most since stats started being kept in 1991). Holds single-match ace records for the ATP Tour (45), Australian Open (75), Roland Garros (55), US Open (61) and Davis Cup (career-high 78). Defeated world No. 1’s Roger Federer (Cincinnati 2008) and Novak Djokovic (Doha 2015). Currently an ambassador for ACEing Autism.

STEVIE JOHNSON (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: Steve Johnson is making his sixth appearance in Delray Beach and previously reached the quarterfinals twice (2015, 2017) and semifinals twice (2014, 2018). CAREER: Johnson has won four ATP titles including winning back-to-back titles at Houston (2017-2018) becoming the first repeat champion since Andy Roddick and defeating five Americans en route to the 2018 title. Johnson achieved a career-high ranking of No. 21 in July 2016 following his run to the semifinals in Washington D.C. and then became the No. 1 ranked American in August 2016. Johnson’s biggest career win came in 2017 over Dominic Thiem in Tokyo. At the 2016 Rio Olympics, Johnson posted seven wins and captured the doubles bronze medal with Jack Sock.

JACK SOCK (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: The 2017 singles champion and 2018 doubles champion is making his 8th appearance. CAREER: Has won four ATP singles titles including the 2017 Paris 1000 Masters which catapulted the American to a career-high ranking of No. 8 and qualification for the 2017 Nitto ATP Finals where he was the first American semifinalist since Andy Roddick in 2007. In 2018, he won Wimbledon, the US Open and the Nitto ATP Finals in doubles with Mike Bryan in addition to 11 other doubles since 2013 including Wimbledon in 2014 with Vasek Pospisil. He is one of two active players to compete at the ATP Finals in both singles and doubles and the only men’s or women’s tennis player to earn multiple medals at the 2016 Rio Olympics including winning gold in mixed doubles (with Mattek-Sands) and bronze in doubles (with Steve Johnson).

MILOS RAONIC (CAN)

DELRAY BEACH:  Milos Raonic is the 2017 Delray Beach Open by VITACOST.com singles finalist after becoming the highest-ranked singles player (at No. 4) in tournament history. CAREER: Raonic is the first Canadian to break into the top ten of the ATP World Tour Rankings in 2013 reaching a career-high ranking of No. 3 in 2016. Raonic has captured eight ATP singles titles, reached the semi-finals at the 2016 Nitto ATP Finals, advanced to the ATP Masters 1000 finals at Montreal (2013), Paris (2014) and Indian Wells (2016) and became the first Canadian Grand Slam singles finalist at Wimbledon in 2016 after reaching the semi-finals at Wimbledon in 2014 and the Australian Open in 2016. Raonic has ended six straight seasons ranked in the top 25 and had his biggest career win over then No. 2 Roger Federer at Paris in 2014 in the quarterfinals.

BRYAN BROTHERS (USA)

DELRAY BEACH:  Bob and Mike Bryan – the Bryan Brothers – have reached a record six finals in their 10 Delray Beach Open by VITACOST.com appearances including title wins in 2009, 2010, 2014 and 2015. CAREER: The Bryan Brothers are the Great Doubles-Team of All-Time on the ATP World Tour and share 116 doubles titles, 16 Grand Slam titles and are the only doubles or singles player to sweep all four Grand Slams, 9 ATP Masters 1000 events, the Nitto ATP Finals and Olympics winning gold in London (2012) and bronze in Beijing (2008). The Bryan Brothers also have the most victories by any doubles team in U.S. Davis Cup history with a 24-5 win/loss record including winning the Davis Cup in 2007. The Bryan Brothers have finished No. 1 in team rankings ten times during their career.

MIKE BRYAN

 

BOB BRYAN

IVO KARLOVIC (CRO)

DELRAY BEACH: The 2015 singles champion is making his 11th appearance in Delray Beach. CAREER: Won 8 ATP singles titles and reached a career high singles ranking of No. 14 in 2008. In 2016 was the oldest top 20 player since Ken Rosewall in 1978 and is the tallest top 20 ATP player in history at 6’11”. Hit 158 career aces in 13 seasons (the most since stats started being kept in 1991). Holds single-match ace records for the ATP Tour (45), Australian Open (75), Roland Garros (55), US Open (61) and Davis Cup (career-high 78). Defeated world No. 1’s Roger Federer (Cincinnati 2008) and Novak Djokovic (Doha 2015). Currently an ambassador for ACEing Autism.

STEVIE JOHNSON (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: Steve Johnson is making his sixth appearance in Delray Beach and previously reached the quarterfinals twice (2015, 2017) and semifinals twice (2014, 2018). CAREER: Johnson has won four ATP titles including winning back-to-back titles at Houston (2017-2018) becoming the first repeat champion since Andy Roddick and defeating five Americans en route to the 2018 title. Johnson achieved a career-high ranking of No. 21 in July 2016 following his run to the semifinals in Washington D.C. and then became the No. 1 ranked American in August 2016. Johnson’s biggest career win came in 2017 over Dominic Thiem in Tokyo. At the 2016 Rio Olympics, Johnson posted seven wins and captured the doubles bronze medal with Jack Sock.

JACK SOCK (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: The 2017 singles champion and 2018 doubles champion is making his 8th appearance. CAREER: Has won four ATP singles titles including the 2017 Paris 1000 Masters which catapulted the American to a career-high ranking of No. 8 and qualification for the 2017 Nitto ATP Finals where he was the first American semifinalist since Andy Roddick in 2007. In 2018, he won Wimbledon, the US Open and the Nitto ATP Finals in doubles with Mike Bryan in addition to 11 other doubles since 2013 including Wimbledon in 2014 with Vasek Pospisil. He is one of two active players to compete at the ATP Finals in both singles and doubles and the only men’s or women’s tennis player to earn multiple medals at the 2016 Rio Olympics including winning gold in mixed doubles (with Mattek-Sands) and bronze in doubles (with Steve Johnson).

RADU ALBOT (MDA)

TAYLOR FRITZ (USA)

GUILLERMO GARCIA-LOPEZ (ESP)

MARCEL GRANOLLERS (ESP)

DENIS ISTOMIN (UZB)

BRADLEY KLAHN (USA)

FELICIANO LOPEZ (ESP)

PAOLO LORENZI (ITA)

ADRIAN MANNARINO (FRA)

MACKENZIE MCDONALD (USA)

JOHN MILLMAN (AUS)

MICHAEL MMOH (USA)

YOSHIHITO NISHIOKA  (JPN)

REILLY OPELKA (USA)

TENNYS SANDGREN (USA)

ANDREA SEPPI (ITA)

JORDAN THOMPSON (AUS)

BERNARD TOMIC (AUS)

QUALIFIERS

 

TIM SMYCZEK (USA)

DANIEL EVANS (GBR)

DARIAN KING (BAR)

YOSUKE WATANUKI (JPN)

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