The Delray Beach Open by The Venetian® Las Vegas, the world’s only 10-day event consisting of an ATP CHAMPIONS TOUR event (Feb. 13 – 15, 2015) and an ATP WORLD TOUR event (Feb. 16 – 22, 2015), 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: The three-time Delray Beach winners (2009, 2010, 2014) are defending doubles champions and 16-4 all-time in the event. CAREER: The twins have won a record 15 Grand Slam doubles titles, 99 ATP titles and have more than 900 ATP match wins. They have finished world No. 1 a record 10 times and are the first doubles team in history to concurrently hold all four majors and the Olympic gold medal. The 36-year-olds are 21-4 in US Davis Cup competition and were on the 2007 winning US team. PERSONAL: The Bryan’s band has performed at events around the world and released an album under the banner of the Bryan Bros Band. Bob is a lefty, Mike is a righty and Mike is three minutes older than Bob. Photo by CameraSport.
DELRAY BEACH: The 2014 singles champion makes his way back to Delray Beach for the third time, and he carries a 5-1 record at “The Beach” going into the 2015 tournament. CAREER: The 25-year old Cilic has won 11ATP titles, reached a Grand Slam semifinal (2010 Australian Open) and three quarterfinals (2009/2010 US Opens, 2014 Wimbledon). He reached a career-high No. 9 in 2010, and he’s headed for a third Top 20 finish in 2014. His 40+ match wins include titles in Zagreb and Delray Beach, a runner-up finish in Rotterdam and the Wimbledon QF. PERSONAL: Cilic, currently coached by former Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanisevic, won the junior Roland Garros title in 2005 when he was the world’s No. 2-ranked junior behind the USA’s Donald Young. Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images.
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