New York Open Players

28 of the best ATP singles players in the world and 16 top doubles teams battle it out all week for the New York Open Singles and Doubles Titles.

Sam Querrey
Querrey achieved career-high No. 13 on Oct. 30, 2017 soon after his run to US Open QF. In 2017 Sam had his best performance at a Grand Slam by reaching the semifinal of the Championships at Wimbledon. With his powerful serve, Querrey holds the record for most consecutive aces: 10. Sam has a history at this event, winning the 2010 Memphis Open title against John Isner. (Learn More)
Kevin Anderson
Kevin Anderson, South Africa’s top ranked player and No. 14 in the world, has committed to play. Anderson holds three career titles and made it to the finals of the 2017 US Open. 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 has won 12 career titles, including two 2017 ATP World Tour events, the BB&T Atlanta Open and the Hall of Fame Open in Newport, RI, with a finals win in Atlanta over 2017 Memphis Open winner Ryan Harrison. In fine form John made it to the semi-finals of the 2017 Paris Masters in November. John plays his first match on Thursday Night February 15th Session 8. (Learn More
Kei Nishikori
Four-time Memphis Open champion (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016) Nishikori holds 11 career titles, and in 2017 reached the finals of the Argentina Open and Brisbane International. He has been ranked as high as No. 5 in the world this year, and in the past two years, Nishikori has reached at least the fourth round in six Grand Slam tournaments.  (Learn More
Sebastian Korda
The 17-year-old Korda is the fifth American to win the Australian Open boys’ singles title and the third in the last 50 years. His victory marked 20 years since his father, Petr Korda, won the 1998 Australian Open title. Sebi Korda’s commitment to the New York Open, his first ATP World Tour main draw event, also brings his family’s tennis legacy back to Long Island. Petr won the 1992 Waldbaum’s Hamlet Cup in Commack, NY, where he defeated legend Ivan Lendl 6-2, 6-2 in the final. (Learn More)
Ryan Harrison
Harrison is the defending champion, winning the Memphis Open in 2017 which was his first singles title. Ryan also won the 2017 French Open doubles championship and achieved career-high No. 40 on 17 July 2017, more than 5 years after breaking into the Top 50 in 2012. Ryan finished 2017 at year-end high No. 47 in singles and career-high No. 16 in doubles. (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
Noah Rubin
Rubin is a born and raised Long Island native looking to impress the hometown crowd at the 2018 New York Open. He won the Wimbledon boys’ singles title in 2014, and turned pro in 2015 after playing for Wake Forest for one season. Rubin qualified for the 2017 Australian Open and won his first-round match. He lost to eventual champion Roger Federer in the second round. (Learn More)
Adrian Mannarino
Donald Young
Frances Tiafoe
Evgeny Donskoy
Steve Johnson
Dudi Sela
Ivo Karlovic
Jared Donaldson
Matthew Ebden
Víctor Estrella Burgos
Nikoloz Basilashvili
Jeremy Chardy
Peter Gojowczyk