Bryans, Kyrgios Headline In Delray Beach; All You Need To Know
Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan are set to make their final appearance at the Delray Beach Open by VITACOST.com. The 41-year-old American twins, who will retire from professional tennis at this year's US Open, made their Delray Beach debut in 1999 and have since won a tournament-record five titles. Their triumph last year marked their first tour-level title together since Bob's comeback from hip surgery.
Australian Nick Kyrgios returns for a second straight year, and is the top seed in the singles draw. Should Kyrgios get through his first-round match against American Tommy Paul, he will face the winner between Australian Open quarter-finalist Tennys Sandgren or 2018 champion Frances Tiafoe. Sixth seed Ugo Humbert, who won his maiden title in January at the ASB Classic, is also in the top quarter of the draw.
In the bottom quarter, Radu Albot opens his title defence against 2017 champion Jack Sock, while No. 2 seed Milos Raonic meets Andreas Seppi. Taylor Fritz and Reilly Opelka lead the American charge, as the third and fourth seeds, respectively.
Here's all you need to know about Delray Beach tennis tournament, including when is the draw, what is the schedule, where to watch, who has won and more.
Tournament Dates: 17-23 February 2019
Tournament Director: Mark Baron
Draw Ceremony: Friday, 15 February at 3pm
Schedule (View On Official Website)
* Qualifying: Saturday and Sunday at 11:00am
* Main draw: Monday - Friday at 11:00am and 6:00pm, Saturday at 12:30pm and 6:00pm
* Doubles final: Sunday, 24 February at 12:30pm
* Singles final: Sunday, 24 February not before 3:00pm
Venue: Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center
Main Court Seating: 3,521
Prize Money: US $602,935 (Total Financial Commitment: US $673,655)
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Honour Roll (Open Era)
Most Titles, Singles: Jason Stoltenberg, Jan-Michael Gambill, Xavier Malisse, Ernests Gulbis (2)
Most Titles, Doubles: Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan (5)
Oldest Champion: Ivo Karlovic, 35, in 2015
Highest-Ranked Champion: No. 20 Mardy Fish in 2009
Youngest Champion: Kei Nishikori, 18, in 2008
Lowest-Ranked Champion: No. 244 Kei Nishikori in 2008
Most Match Wins: Xavier Malisse (26)