The Delray Beach International Tennis Championships (ITC), the world’s only 10-day combined ATP Champions Tour and ATP World Tour event, is televised nationally and internationally, and hosts over 50,000 spectators and 10+ hospitality and special events. The Delray Beach ITC ‘ ATP World Tour Event ’ is one of only 10 ATP World Tour events in the U.S, and consists of a competitive, single-elimination singles and doubles event, featuring many of the top-ranked men’s professional in the world. Click for the Delray Beach ITC ‘ATP Champions Tour’ participant list.
Isner reached his first Grand Slam quarterfinal at the US Open last year…His Davis Cup wins over Federer in February and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in April clinched a semifinal spot for the U.S.… After winning the longest match in tennis history at Wimbledon in 2010, he appeared on David Letterman, won an ESPY award and was praised on the floor of the U.S. Senate…Isner is a 4-year All-American at Georgia, reaching the 2007 NCAA singles final and winning the doubles title while the Bulldogs won the NCAA team title…John’s hobbies include playing poker, golf, basketball and watching ESPN…He wears a size 15 shoe.
The 2008 ITC champ, Nishikori exploded on the scene in Delray Beach as an 18-year old, playing and winning eight consecutive matches between qualifying and the Championship… Nishikori enjoyed a stellar 2012 season with a 37-18 singles record and a career-high No. 19 ranking. He won his second ATP title (at the Rakuten Japan Open in Tokyo) and reached the quarterfinals in the Australian Open and the London Olympics. In addition to his ’08 title in Delray Beach, which helped him earn the ATP’s 2008 “Newcomer of the Year Award,” Nishikori is one of only two qualifiers to win ITC titles in tournament history.
The former No. 2 in the world (2002) and former champion in Delray Beach (2006), Haas was named ATP’s 2012 “Comeback Player of the Year” after a run back to the Top 20 from a third career-threatening injury. Ranked No. 896 in 2010 following hip surgery, the 34-year-old finished 2012 with a 31-16 record, a No. 21 world ranking and won his 13th career ATP title while capping the season with his 500th career ATP win.