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Thank You, Tennis Fans!

With our recently concluded 2015 BB&T Atlanta Open just finished, the entire tournament staff wanted to say THANK YOU to the Atlanta tennis community! Because of your support, we had our biggest and best BB&T Atlanta Open yet!

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Results: 21 Record(s) Found.

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Coach Wayne Bryan, father of the Bryan brothers, gives his preview for Monday's order of play Read More
 

Krajicek Beats the Heat and Korolev

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Up and coming American player, Austin Krajicek, didn’t mind having an early wake up call on Sunday morning. With Atlanta temperatures expected to reach the mid 90s in the afternoon, the Florida native, by way of Texas A&M University, was able to beat the heat as he defeated a former top-50 player in Evgeny Korolev of Kazakhstan, 6-3 6-3, in 75 minutes. Read More
 

Young Americans to Open Qualifying Saturday

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Atlanta tennis fans looking to get a sneak preview of the future of American tennis are in for a treat on Saturday as the 2015 BB&T Atlanta Open gets underway with qualifying matches that will run all day. Read More
 

Ryan Harrison Receives Final Singles Wild Card

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Ryan Harrison, who has advanced to two semifinals at the BB&T Atlanta Open, will make his fifth appearance at the local ATP World Tour event, Eddie Gonzalez, BB&T Atlanta Open Tournament Director and Chief Development Officer, announced today. Read More
 

BB&T Atlanta Open Wild Card Challenge Open Results Update

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Top competitive male tennis players will have the opportunity to play for a wild card into BB&T Atlanta Open qualifying and compete against some of the best players in the world. The winner of the BB&T Atlanta Open Wild Card Challenge will move into the 32-player qualifying tournament of the ATP World Tour 250 event, the first tournament of the Emirates Airline US Open Series. Read More
 

American Tennis’ Next Prodigy Makes Atlanta Main Draw Debut

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In the past, many young American juniors considered to be the next “big thing” have fallen short of expectations. Although the same pressure has been placed on 17-year old Frances Tiafoe, this year he has lived up to the hype. Read More
 

Muller Seeks Redemption in Atlanta

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Being the most successful tennis player in your country’s history does not necessarily mean all the fame and glory is given to you. Just ask Luxembourg’s Gilles Muller, whose array of ups and downs throughout his time on the ATP Tour has left him playing some of his best tennis towards the latter half of his career. Read More
 

Johnson Looking to Maintain His Comfortability

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Playing four years of competitive tennis in college and then trying your hand at the professional level is an unusual route to take for the average touring pro, but for Steve Johnson, the journey has paid many dividends. Read More
 

Collegiate Main Draw Wild Card Christopher Eubanks & the BB&T Wildcard Challenge

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This year’s collegiate main draw wild card will go to Georgia Tech freshman Christopher Eubanks. Eubanks was named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference team this season after finishing with a 14-11 record in dual matches as the No. 1 or 2 player in the line up, and a 24-19 singles record for the year. Read More
 

Fish Returns to Atlanta After Two-Year Absence

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Not many players can revive their careers in their mid to late 20s’, let alone at the age of 30, but for Mardy Fish, he makes a special exception to the rule. Read More
 
Results: 21 Record(s) Found.

 
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