Press Releases

Roddick Returns to ATP Competition, Joining Fish in Doubles

2012 BB&T Atlanta Open champion and the top American male player of the last 15 years Andy Roddick will be playing in his first ATP World Tour event since retiring at the 2012 U.S. Open. He will be joining two-time Atlanta champion Mardy Fish in doubles at this year’s tournament.

Results: 18 Record(s) Found.

American Tennis’ Next Prodigy Makes Atlanta Main Draw Debut

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

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

The “Old School” Serb Returns

The scene: The 2008 Australian Open third round. The players: defending champion Roger Federer and a bearded, bespectacled player with tattoos along his arms from Serbia that virtually no one had heard of…at least until now. Read More

Johnson Looking to Maintain His Comfortability

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

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

Still Reaching Towards Elevated Heights - Kevin Anderson

Sitting at 6’8, the third tallest player on the ATP Tour, Kevin Anderson not only seeks to avenge his 6-7 (3), 7-6 (2), 7-6 (2) finals loss to John Isner at the 2013 BB&T Atlanta Open this year but finally accomplish a feat he has sat on the cusp of for the past two years, crack the top 10. Read More

Fish Returns to Atlanta After Two-Year Absence

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

Continuing the Canadian Breakthrough -Vasek Pospisil

For a while, it seemed that Vasek Pospisil was going to become the reigning king of the ITF Futures and ATP Challenger tour, but with no real ATP results to go behind the crown. Amassing an early career of 17 Futures and Challenger titles, along with seven doubles titles, the Vancouver native continued to tread along the world top 200 until his milestone 2013 season. Read More

Sock Reignites the American Torch

The last great tennis player from Nebraska rose to become No. 1 in the world and was also the last American male to win a grand slam title. This individual was Andy Roddick, but Jack Sock might have a rebuttal or two as he continues to create his own history. Read More

Hometown Favorite Young Makes Sixth Consecutive Atlanta Appearance

It is hard to believe that Donald Young is already an 11-year veteran on the ATP World Tour. Rewind to a decade ago, the world was revving up with hype about a 15-year old kid who had just become the youngest-ever Australian Open junior title winner and the youngest and first African-American junior male to be ranked No. 1 in the world. Read More
Results: 18 Record(s) Found.