2016 Players

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*McEnroe to play Exhibition only

Three-time Champ Seeks a Spot Amongst the Greats


After finishing the 2015 season with a career-high of 45 wins, John Isner enters Atlanta looking to become only the fifth active player to win a ATP title four consecutive times. Read More
 

Former Top 10 Spaniard Makes Inaugural Atlanta Arrival


Once voted as one of the "Most Beautiful People" in the world by People Magazine, Fernando Verdasco has continued to prove that his tennis game is as good as his looks. Read More
 

John McEnroe Joins Olympic Celebration


Considered one of the greatest tennis players of the modern era, John McEnroe returns to Atlanta to help celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Centennial Olympic Games. Read More
 

Two-Time French Open Champ Returns for Reclamation of the Gold


Known throughout the 1990's as a clay-court specialist, '96 silver medalist Sergi Bruguera returns to Atlanta seeking gold medal redemption. Read More
 

Still Reaching Towards Elevated Heights


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 make a return to the top 10 following an injury plagued season. Read More
 

Leader of the New School Makes Atlanta Arrival


Often seen as the new "bad boy" on the ATP World, #NextGen star Nick Kygrios looks to dethrone John Isner's reign in Atlanta. Read More
 

No Pressure on America's #NextGen Hopeful


After becoming the 2nd-fastest American ever to reach an ATP final, Taylor Fritz has comfortably transitioned from former Jr. World No. 1 to ATP star. Read More
 

Jr. Wimbledon Champ Looks To Convert Success To Atlanta Hard Courts


Reilly Opelka is American tennis’ next big thing…literally. Read More
 

2016 BB&T Atlanta Open Collegiate Main Draw Wild Card, Austin Smith


UGA's Austin Smith will play his first ATP Tour level match on Tuesday, August 2 for "College Night." Read More
 

 

Rest of the Field

 

Alexandr Dolgopolov

  

Age: 27 – Rank – 33 -Country: Ukraine - Residence: Monte-Carlo, Monaco
Turned Pro: 2006  Height: 5'11 / Weight: 157

  • Former No. 13 is making his second Atlanta appearance; reached the 2011 Australian Open quarterfinals.

Jeremy Chardy

Age: 29 – Rank 34 - Country: France - Residence: Liege, Belgium

Turned Pro: 2005 Height: 6'2 / Weight:165

  • Reached career-high ranking of No. 25 after reaching 2013 Australian Open quarterfinals.

Borna Coric

Age: 19 – Rank – 50 - Country: Croatia  Residence: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Height: 6’1 Weight: 174  Turned Pro: 2013

  • As a junior, won 2013 US Open Boy’s title. Included in Forbes Magazine’s “30 Under 30” Sports List for 2016.

Benoit Paire

Age: 27 – Rank 23 - Country: France - Residence: Geneva, Switzerland
Height: 6'5 / Weight:176 Turned Pro: 2007

  • Captured 1st ATP World Tour title at 2015 Båstad without dropping a set. Ranking rose nearly 100 places from No. 118 to No.19 in 2015.

Diego Schwartzman

Age: 23 – Rank – 71 - Country: Argentina - Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina

Turned Pro: 2006 Height: 5'7 / Weight: 141

  • Owner of 29 combined Challenger and Futures titles. Won 1st ATP World Tour title in Istanbul this year.

Kyle Edmund

Age: 21 – Rank – 68 - Country: Great Britain - Residence: Beverley, England

Turned Pro: 2012 Height: 6'2/ Weight: 176

  • Reached 1st ATP World Tour QF at 2016 Doha as a Qualifier. Member of 2015 Davis Cup championship team.

Adrian Mannarino

Age: 27 - Rank -55 - Country: France - Residence: Valletta, Malta

Turned Pro: 2004 - Height: 5'11 / Weight: 154

  • Reached career high of No. 29 in 2015 after making Auckland final

Lucas Pouille

Age: 22 – Rank: 30 - Country: France - Residence: Dubai, U.A.E.

Turned Pro: 2012 - Height: 6’1 /Weight: 179 

 - 2016 Wimbledon quarterfinalist. Became 2nd lucky loser ever to reach an ATP Masters 1000 semifinal at 2016 Rome.

Donald Young

Age: 26 – Rank: 69 - Country: United States - Residence: Atlanta, GA

Turned Pro: 2004 - Height: 6’0 / Weight: 175

Posted his 1st 2 comebacks from 2 sets down at 2015 US Open en route to 4th Round.

Marcel Granollers

Age: 30 – Rank: 43 - Country: Spain Residence: Barcelona, Spain

Turned Pro: 2003 - Height: 6’3/Weight: 169

  • Qualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals doubles from 2012-14, won year-end title in debut.

*ATP World Tour Rankings as of June 27, 2016. Players subject to change

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