2019 ATP WORLD TOUR EVENT

2019 ATP WORLD TOUR EVENT

The Delray Beach Open’s 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.

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. 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.

 

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. 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.

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.

BRYAN BROTHERS (USA)

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DELRAY BEACH: 4-time champions (2009, 2010, 2014 & 2015) with a 22-6 record in 10 appearances and 6 finals. CAREER: The 39-year-old twins are the first doubles team in history to win 100 ATP titles (now at 114). They captured their 1000th career match win in 2016 and have finished year-end No. 1 a record 10 times. The first doubles team in history to concurrently hold all 4 major titles as well as the Olympic gold medal. Have qualified for the ATP World Tour Finals 14 straight years and won 4 times. Their 24-5 Davis Cup record is the best in US history; the pair helped lead the US team to the 2007 title. Bob is a lefty, Mike is a righty and 3 minutes older than Bob.

MIKE BRYAN

 

BOB BRYAN

BRYAN BROTHERS (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: 4-time champions (2009, 2010, 2014 & 2015) with a 22-6 record in 10 appearances and 6 finals. CAREER: The 39-year-old twins are the first doubles team in history to win 100 ATP titles (now at 114). They captured their 1000th career match win in 2016 and have finished year-end No. 1 a record 10 times. The first doubles team in history to concurrently hold all 4 major titles as well as the Olympic gold medal. Have qualified for the ATP World Tour Finals 14 straight years and won 4 times. Their 24-5 Davis Cup record is the best in US history; the pair helped lead the US team to the 2007 title. Bob is a lefty, Mike is a righty and 3 minutes older than Bob.

MIKE BRYAN

 

BOB BRYAN

RADU ALBOT (MDA)

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NIKOLOZ BASILASHVILI (GEO)

JEREMY CHARDY (FRA)

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JARED DONALDSON (USA)

EVGENY DONSKOY (RUS)

MATTHEW EBDEN (AUS)

STEVE JOHNSON (USA)

LUKAS LACKO (SVK)

REILLY OPELKA (USA)

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DUDI SELA (ISR)

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DONALD YOUNG (USA)

MIKHAIL YOUZHNY (RUS)

QUALIFIERS

 

ALEXANDER BUBLIK (KAZ)

RAMKUMAR RAMANATHAN (IND)

FRANKO SKUGOR (CRO)

JOHN-PATRICK SMITH (AUS)

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