The Delray Beach Open, the world’s only 10-day event consisting of an ATP CHAMPIONS TOUR event (Feb. 17 – 19, 2017) and an ATP WORLD TOUR event (Feb. 20 – 26, 2017), is televised nationally and internationally, and hosts over 50,000 spectators and 10+ hospitality and special events. The ATP World Tour event is one of only 10 ATP events in the U.S, and consists of a competitive, single-elimination singles and doubles event, featuring many of the top-ranked men’s professionals in the world. Note: Players are subject to change due to injuries or other unforeseen circumstances. Click for ATP CHAMPIONS TOUR event details.
DELRAY BEACH: Making his first appearance in Delray Beach, he is on track to come in as the highest-ranked player (No. 6) in DBO history. CAREER: Has won eight ATP titles in 19 finals reaching a career high ranking of No. 4 in 2015. This season his accomplishments include: a Wimbledon final, an Australian Open semifinal and wins over Top 10 players Roger Federer (twice), Stan Wawrinka, Jo Wilfried Tsonga and Tomas Berdych. His career Grand Slam results include a semifinal finish at Wimbledon in 2014 and quarterfinals at both the 2015 Australian Open and 2014 Roland Garros. 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). Photo by Austin Nunn.
DELRAY BEACH: The 27-year-old has made his return to the ATP World Tour twice in Delray Beach following wrist surgery. He won the 2011 DBO title and in 2016 reached the semifinals. CAREER: A quarterfinalist at this year’s US Open, del Potro moved back into the Top 100 (No. 64) for the first time in two years—he began the year ranked No.1045. The 2009 US Open champion was world No. 5 twice in his career (2009 & 2013) and has won 18 ATP World Tour titles. In 2009 as a 20-year-old, he won the US Open title and was a finalist at the year-end Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. “Delpo” won bronze medals in the London and Rio Olympics, defeating No. 1 Novak Djokovic and No. 5 Rafael Nadal in Rio. He was the 2011ATP “Comeback Player of the Year” after his first wrist surgery. He led Argentina to the 2008 Davis Cup finals.
DELRAY BEACH: Delray Beach’s 2015 champion and two-time finalist is 11-7 in nine appearances. He set a tournament-record 91 aces in winning the 2015 title, including 13 in the final. CAREER: The ATP World Tour career aces leader (he has more than 11,000) led the Tour in aces from 2007 to 2009, and again in 2014 and 2015. He is on track to finish the 2016 season in the Top 20 for the first time after winning a pair of ATP titles and reaching the fourth-round at the US Open, where he set a record for aces (61) in his first-round win. He has eight career ATP World Tour titles, and led the 2005 Croatian Davis Cup team to the world title. He struck one of the fastest serves of all time, a 156-mile missile that came in a Davis Cup tie in 2011.
DELRAY BEACH: The 4-time Delray Beach winners (2009, 2010, 2014 & 2015) are 23-5 all-time in the event and have reached the final 6 out of 7 appearances. Last year they played in arguably one of the most exciting doubles finals in DBO history, coming up short after dropping 6 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 are closing in on their 1,000th career match win—joining singles players Ivan Lendl, Jimmy Connors and Roger Federer in this achievement. They finished ranked world No. 1 a record 10 times in 12 years and are the first doubles team in history to concurrently hold all 4 majors titles and the Olympic gold medal. The team has qualified for the ATP World Tour finals for 13 straight years and has won the title 4 times.
DELRAY BEACH: The American won the 2013 doubles title with James Blake. He is 1-2 in two singles appearances and last appeared in 2014. CAREER: Sock reached the Top 25 for the first time in his career this year after reaching a pair of ATP World Tour finals and the fourth round of the US Open, where he upset world No. 9 Marin Cilic in a third-round tussle. He won his first career ATP singles title in 2015 in Houston and led the US Davis Cup team to a 3-1 win over Uzbekistan. The 23-year-old was the only tennis player to medal twice in the Rio Olympics, winning gold with Betthany Mattek-Sands in mixed doubles and a bronze in doubles with Steve Johnson. Sock has six career doubles titles, and reached world No. 6 in doubles in 2015. He and Canadian Vasek Pospisil won the Wimbledon doubles title in 2014.
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