TheÂ Delray Beach Open, the worldâ€™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 menâ€™s professionals in the world.Â 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 are the first doubles team in history to win 100 titles together â€“ having accomplished that feat while winning their 16th Grand Slam title at the 2014 US Open. They have also recorded more than 900 ATP match wins, 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 Bryanâ€™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.
DELRAY BEACH: The American has reached the Delray Beach semifinals for three-straight years and has put together a 9-4 record in the tournament. CAREER: The top-ranked American for the last four seasons, Isner had his best season in 2012, finishing No. 14 in the world. He was ranked as high as No. 9 and was in the Top 10 for 18 weeks after winning two ATP events. Isner led the US to the Davis Cup semifinal, including a first-round defeat of Roger Federer on clay.Â He has fired more than 900 aces for four of the last five seasons, and led the ATP in aces in 2010, 2012 and 2013. His name first hit the tennis radar after winning the longest match in tennis history at Wimbledon in 2010 (a 3-day, 11-hour, 5-minute epic). The Tampa resident won the ATPâ€™s â€śMost Improved Playerâ€ť award in 2009.Â PERSONAL: Â The 6â€™10â€ť player with a 15 shoe size was a four-year All-American at Georgia, reaching the 2007 NCAA singles final, winning the doubles title and leading the Bulldogs to the national title.
DELRAY BEACH: One of the most successful players in Delray Beach history, Anderson won the 2012 title, reached the 2014 final and the quarterfinals in 2011 and 2013. Overall he is 13-4. CAREER:Â During the 2014 season, Anderson reached a career-best No. 16 and spent almost every week in the Top 20.Â In addition to reaching finals at Delray Beach and Acapulco, he made a run to the Masters Series 1000 quarterfinals at both Indian Wells and Canada. He has won two ATP singles titles in eight finals and one doubles title in his career. PERSONAL: Kevin and his wife established residence in Delray Beach in 2013 and recently moved north several miles to Gulfstream.Â At the University of Illinois, Anderson won the 2006 NCAA doubles title and reached the 2007 singles semifinal and doubles final. He is a member of the ATP Players Council.
DELRAY BEACH: â€śDolgoâ€ť made his first appearance in Delray Beach in 2013Â Â CAREER: The Ukranian has two Top-20 year-end finishes in 2011 (No. 15) and 2012 (No. 18), and reached a career-high No. 13 in January 2012.Â He returned to the Top 25 in 2014, reaching the Rio de Janiero final vs Rafael Nadal, but he missed most of the second half of the season following knee surgery. PERSONAL: Heâ€™s the son of former ATP pro Oleksandr Dolgopolov.Â Alexandr has a side job â€“ he is paid to make internet games â€“ and the 25-year-old is also loves to race cars. If not for tennis, he says he would have been a Rally Car driver.
DELRAY BEACH: Johnson reached the Delray semifinal in his first appearance last year, including a win over world No. 12 and top-seeded Tommy Haas in the second round CAREER: The California native finished 2014 as the No. 3 American after reaching a career-high No. 37, and improving more than 100 ranking spots. His season was highlighted by wins over Top 20 players Kevin Anderson, John Isner, Haas and Ernests Gulbis. PERSONAL: The only collegian in history to win four NCAA team titles while at USC, Johnson won back-to-back singles titles in 2011 and 2012 before turning pro. He finished his college career with an NCAA-record 72-match winning streak.
DELRAY BEACH: He first played in Delray Beach in 2004, and is 6-6 overall. A finalist in 2011 when he compiled a tournament-record 89 aces for five matches, he is playing in his fifth straight event. CAREER: Second on the all-time aces list with more than 9,000 in his career, the 6â€™11â€ť Croatian had his best year in 2007 with three ATP titles and a year-end No. 22 world ranking. He led the ATP in aces from 2007 to 2009, and again in 2014. Also notable are his 5 ATP titles, a Wimbledon QF run in 2010 and his place on the 2005 Croatian Davis Cup championship team. He struck one of the fastest serves of all time, a 156-mile missile that came in a Davis Cup tie in 2011. The 36-year-oldâ€™s second career win over a No. 1 player came against Novak Djokovic in early January in the Doha quarterfinals. PERSONAL: Karlovic is one shoe size bigger (and one inch taller) than fellow pro John Isner â€“ he wears size 16s. His favorite sports team is the Miami Heat.
DELRAY BEACH: Querrey will be making his seventh appearance in Delray Beach where he is 8-6 overall. He reached the quarterfinals in 2007 and the semifinals in 2008. CAREER: This No. 2 American has seven ATP titles in 12 finals and four doubles titles in nine finals. In 2010 he won four ATP singles titles and finished inside the Top 20 at No. 18 for the first time in his career. In 2012 he upset Novak Djokovic to reach the Paris Masters 1000 quarterfinal, and at Wimbledon his 5-hour, 31-minute match with Marin Cilic was the second longest match of all-time. PERSONAL: Querrey hit two home runs in Marlins batting practice at Sun Life Stadium in 2008. He had a scholarship to play tennis at USC but went pro in 2006.
DELRAY BEACH: He played in his first Delray Beach main draw in 2012 where he reached the quarterfinals. CAREER: The 22-year-old reached a career high No. 27 in 2012 when he was the youngest player (19) in the year-end Top 100. He has two ATP titles, the first coming in 2013 when he was the No. 1-ranked Australian. His 2014 season started quickly with a finals appearance at Sydney and a title at Bogota, but his progress stalled after double hip surgery. He reached the Stockholm semifinal in October after returning to the Tour. PERSONAL: Was the youngest winner of the Junior Australian Open in history when he won in 2008 at age 15. He also won the 2009 Junior US Open and under-12, under-14 and under-16 titles in the Orange Bowl.