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Delray Beach Open 2019

27th Annual Delray Beach Open by
February 15-24, 2019

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ATP Champions Tour Event:
Team Americas vs Team World
Friday, Feb. 15 – Sunday, Feb. 17

ATP 250 Event:
Qualifying Tournament: Saturday, Feb. 16 – Sunday, Feb. 17
Main Draw: Monday, Feb. 18 – Sunday, Feb. 24
Finals: Sunday, Feb. 24 (Doubles 12:30 pm, Singles 3:00 pm)

Returning Champion Kevin Anderson in Pursuit of 2nd Singles Title,
the Bryan Brothers Set Sights for 5th Doubles Title in Delray Beach
Returning to the 2019 Delray Beach Open by are top 20 ATP World Tour Players Kevin Anderson, Milos Raonic and the Bryan Brothers who will join 2018 defending singles champion Frances Tiafoe and ATP tennis sensation Nick Kyrgios.

In a blockbuster day of play on Tuesday, February 19, players scheduled to take the court at the Delray Beach Stadium and Tennis Center during the day session are Milos Raonic, not before 12:30 p.m. followed by Kevin Anderson, not before 2:30 p.m. Bringing the entertainment to prime time will be returning singles champion Frances Tiafoe at 6:00 p.m.

“Winning the 2018 Delray Beach Open was an amazing feeling and I am thrilled to be coming back in 2019 to defend my first ATP career title,” said Frances Tiafoe, 2018 Singles Champion.

In the doubles action, Greatest Doubles Team of All-Time Bob and Mike Bryan – the Bryan Brothers – will take center court on Wednesday, February 20, in pursuit of their fifth Delray Beach Open title. Coming off an injury that left Bob Bryan sidelined in 2018, the Delray Beach Open will be one of his first events back on tour in 2019. The Bryan Brothers share over 115 career doubles titles together including 16 Grand Slam Doubles titles, the Nitto ATP Finals, all 9 ATP Masters 1000 events and gold at the London 2012 Olympics.

This February, 2006 Delray Beach Singles Champion and former World No. 2, Tommy Haas, will be returning to for the ATP Champions Tour Event in an action-packed holiday weekend of legends matches. Joining Haas are ATP Champions Tour stars Tim Henman, Mikael Pernfors and Wayne Ferreira (on Team World) and Fernando Gonzalez, Jessie Levine, Jan-Michael Gambill and Jay Berger (on Team Americas).

Getting underway President’s Weekend on February 15, 2019, Team Americas will battle Team World to try and regain their title after Team World won the 2017 and 2018 events. Consisting of six singles matches and two doubles matches in total, the first team to win five matches wins the ATP Champions Event.

“Delray Beach holds wonderful memories for me having played in that stadium so many times, felt so much energy from their incredible fans and of course winning in 2006,” commented Tommy Haas, 2006 Singles Champion. “I’m honored to be returning, captaining Team World and trying to be the first player to win both an ATP Tour title and ATP Champions Tour title in Delray.”

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Disclaimer – Match schedule, including number of sessions, dates, times, number of matches and players scheduled are subject to change. Tickets are not eligible for refund or exchange.
About The Delray Beach Open By The only tournament in the world featuring an ATP Champions Tour event and an ATP 250 event in the same week at the same venue is held in Delray Beach, Florida, February 15-24 at the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center. The ATP Tour’s first North American hard court event of the outdoor season is one of just 10 ATP Tour events in the United States. 2019 will be its 21st year in Delray Beach, and 27th overall. The 3-day, ATP Champions Tour legends team-event is in its 10th year and was the first-ever event played on US soil. Each year the Delray Beach Open by brings world-class tennis players and thousands of visitors to Delray Beach and Palm Beach County. In 2010, the tournament received the Discover The Palm Beaches Florida’s annual Providencia Award for its extraordinary contribution to tourism. The City of Delray Beach was also a finalist for the USTA’s “Best Tennis Town” Award and in 2003, the tournament was the recipient of an “ATP Award of Excellence.” For more information please visit

1 comment

  • Dan Markowitz · January 11, 2019 at 8:20 am

    I’d rate Delray my third favorite tournament to go to on my Top 5 list:

    1. Indy Well–yes it’s sterile as all hell out in the desert–everyday is perfect you know–but the venue is amazing and there seem to be access to more big matches than any other Masters I’ve gone to (Miami and Toronto being the other two).

    2. US Open–The Open is the Open, great Qualis week, easy to get to if you live in New York like I do. And I love how they’ve revised the court positioning where you can watch multiple courts from one seat and made the practice courts much more entertaining.

    3. Delray Beach–weather is usually great although it can be windy. You get up closer to the players at this event than any other I’d say. Unlike a lot of smaller tournaments, Delray draws bigger stars usually like Agassi and Roddick and more recently Delpo, Raonic and Shapovalov. Usually the top Americans like Sock and Izzie play too.

    4. Newport–For charm, vintage grass courts and old school viewing, Newport is the best. I think it’s also a lot cheaper for tickets than say some newer tournaments like last year’s debut New York Open which priced itself like the US Open (chill, you’re playing in the Nassau Coliseum not the Roman Coliseum). The Hall of Fame is at this tournament and hey, its Newport in the summer, the beaches are right down the hill and like Delray, there’s a tennis culture in Newport.

    5. Miami gets the edge over D.C. Of course Wimbledon is better than both, but I haven’t gone to Wimby since 20000. Miami will be in new location this year so we’ll have to see, but the old location while poorly constructed for viewing (only could see one court at a time and the stadium was a bit archaic) was on Key Biscayne.



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