New York Open Players

The 2019 New York Open Player Field

Committed Players

Kevin Anderson
Anderson, South Africa’s top ranked player and No. 6 in the world, has will return to the 2019 New York Open to defend his title. Anderson holds four career titles including the 2018 New York Open and made it to the finals of Wimbledon 2018. He also reached the quarterfinals of the 2017 ATP World Tour Masters 1,000 in Montreal, as well as the finals of the Citi Open ATP 500 tournament in Washington, DC. Learn more.
John Isner
Isner is currently the highest ranked American player with a career high singles ranking of No. 8. John has won 14 career singles titles, including best year run in 2018 where he claimed his first Masters 1000 title in Miami, fifth BB&T Atlanta Open title, first Grand Slam semifinal at Wimbledon, and first appearance at the Nitto ATP Finals. John plays his first match on Wednesday night, February 13. Learn more. 
Bryan Brothers
Widely recognized as the world’s greatest doubles team of all time, Mike and Bob Bryan hold 16 Grand Slam titles, including six Australian Open championships, two French Opens, three Wimbledon titles, and five US Open championships. The Bryans took home the gold in men’s doubles at the 2012 London Olympic Games and won the ATP World Tour Finals four times. Learn more about Bob and Mike.
Sam Querrey
Querrey achieved a career-high No. 13 on Oct. 30, 2017, soon after his run at the US Open quarterfinals. In 2017, he had his best performance at a Grand Slam by reaching the semifinals of the Championships at Wimbledon. With his powerful serve, Querrey holds the record for most consecutive aces at 10. He has a long history at this event, winning the 2010 Memphis Open title against John Isner. Learn more.
Jack Sock
Jack Sock has a career-high singles ranking of world No. 8 and career-high doubles ranking of No. 2 in the world, along with holding four ATP singles and 13 doubles titles. A former junior US Open champion, Sock won the 2014 Wimbledon doubles title, the 2011 US Open mixed doubles title, as well as the 2018 Wimbledon and 2018 US Open men’s doubles titles with Mike Bryan. Learn more.
Alex de Minaur
Alex de Minaur is a rising Australian star, coming off a great year. Most recently he was noted ATP Newcomer Of The Year and made the NextGen field, battling to become a finalist. He has a career-high ATP singles ranking of 31, achieved in October 2018. He is currently the second youngest player ranked in the top 100 and the highest ranked Australian male player in singles. Learn more.
Noah Rubin
Rubin is a rising young American star and local favorite. He is a former Wimbledon junior singles champion and a former USTA junior national champion in both singles and doubles. Since turning pro in 2015, he has won four ATP Challenger titles. Rubin played college tennis for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons who finished as an All-American and the runner-up in the 2015 NCAA singles championship. Learn more.
Lleyton Hewitt
Hewitt is an Australian former world No. 1 who won 30 singles titles and three doubles titles, including the 2001 US Open and 2002 Wimbledon men’s singles titles, the 2000 US Open men’s doubles title, back-to-back tennis Masters Cup titles in 2001 and 2002, and the Davis Cup with Australia in 1999 and 2003. He will play doubles with Alex de Minaur at the New York Open.

Denis Istomin, UZB
MIchael Mmoh, USA
Ivo Karlovic, CRO
Reilly Opelka, USA
Feliciano Lopez, ESP
Bernard Tomic, AUS
Adrian Mannarino, FRA

Not pictured: 

Albot, Radu

Klahn, Bradley

McDonald, Mackenzie

Millman, John

Sandgren, Tennys

Thompson, Jordan

Wild card – Jack Lin

Opening Night Stars
Andy Roddick
Roddick is a former world No. 1, Hall of Famer and grand slam champion, winning the 2003 US Open. Roddick also reached four other Grand Slam finals (Wimbledon in 2004, 2005 and 2009, and the US Open in 2006) and won 32 singles titles. Roddick remained in the top 10 of the ATP Rankings for nine straight years during his career. He retired in 2012.
Jim Courier
Courier is a Hall of Famer who won four Grand Slam singles titles, two at the French Open and two at the Australian Open. He achieved the No. 1 world ranking and finished in the ATP top 10 for three other years. Retiring in 2000, he won 23 singles (a finalist in nine others), 13 doubles pro titles, had a 25-match winning streak in 1992. Courier served as a captain of the United States Davis Cup team.