SINGLES PLAYERS

JOHN
ISNER
  • In 2018, won the Miami Open

  • 2018 Wimbledon semi-finalist 

  • Served over 10,000 aces in his pro career

  • Current World No. 12 player

  • Making 9th Newport appearance Best: Singles Champion in 2011, 2012, 2017

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  • Achieved career-high No. 60 on 4 February 2019 soon after reaching Australian Open 2R

  • Already earned 4 tour-level wins in 2019 (4-3) after posting only 1 tour-level win in 2018 (1-11).

  • Making 3rd Newport appearance. Best: R16 in 2018

JORDAN
THOMPSON
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UGO
HUMBERT

  • In 2019, earned biggest career win over No. 13 Coric at Marseille.

  • Making first Newport appearance

STEVE
JOHNSON
  • In 2018, won Newport and Houston

  • Achieved career-high No. 21 on 25 July 2016 following run to Washington SF. Became No. 1 American on 22 August 2016. Finished 5 straight seasons in Top 50 (2014-18)

  • Making 6th Newport appearance Best: Singles Champion in 2018

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IVO
KARLOVIC

  • Has won eight ATP singles titles between 2007 and 2016

  • Hit most career aces in ATP World Tour history

  • Oldest player to reach Australian Open 3R (2018)

  • First player to hit 50+ aces in more than 1 tournament match

  • Making 9th Newport appearance. Best: Singles Champion in 2016

  • Earned biggest win of career to reach 1st ATP World Tour QF at 2016 Moscow as Q

  • Making 1st Newport appearance

ALEXANDER
BUBLIK
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GUIDO
ANDREOZZI

  • Achieved career-high No. 70 on 28 January 2019. Broke into Top 100 on 17 September 2018 after winning Szczecin, POL Challenger title. Finished 6 of last 7 seasons in Top 200 (2012-14, 2016-18).

  • Making 1st Newport appearance

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MATTHEW
EBDEN

  • In 2019, advanced to Australian Open 2R for 4th time (l. to Nadal). Also reached 2R at Sofia (l. to Bautista Agut)

  • Making 8th Newport appearance. Best: Singles Final 2017

CHRIS
EUBANKS
  • Turned pro in 2017

  • In 2019, advanced to the round of 16 at the New York Open and to the quarterfinals of the St. Joseph's/Candler Savannah Challenger. 

  • Making 1st Newport appearance

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ALASTAIR
GRAY

Alastair Gray of Twickenham, England just completed his junior year at TCU, where he's a member of the Division 1 tennis team. This is a special return to Newport for Gray, who was the men's champion at the Hall of Fame ITA Grass Court Invitational in 2017.

MARCEL
GRANOLLERS
  • Owns 4 ATP Tour singles titles, most recently 2013 Kitzbuhel. Reached Grand Slam 4R on 4 occasions and ATP Masters 1000 QF 3 times, including 2013 Rome, where he beat No. 2 Murray for biggest win of career.

  • Making 2nd Newport appearance Best: SF in 2018

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PRAJNESH
GUNNESWARAN
  • In 2019, broke into Top 100 of ATP Rankings on 11 February and achieved career-high No. 94 on 25 February...Qualified at Australian Open and lost to Tiafoe in Grand Slam main draw debut.

  • Making 2nd Newport appearance. Best: 1RQ in 2018

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BRADLEY
KLAHN
  • In 2018, qualified and advanced to 2R at Wimbledon (l. to Edmund on Centre Court), ATP Masters 1000 Toronto (l. to A. Zverev), ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati (l. to Carreno Busta) and ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai (l. to Coric)

  • Making 2nd Newport appearance. Best: 1st Round qualifying 2012

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DENIS
ISTOMIN
  • In 2019, went 2-1 in Uzbekistan's 3-2 Davis Cup loss to Serbia; Qualified at ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells (l. to Haase in 1R) and Munich (l. to eventual finalist Berrettini in 1R)

  • Making 2nd Newport appearance. Best: R32 in 2012

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ILYA
IVASHKA

  • Making 1st Newport appearance.

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JASON
JUNG

  • Making 4th Newport appearance. Best: QF in 2018

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DENIS
KUDLA
  • In 2019, reached 2R at Australian Open and 1R at Roland Garros

  • In 2018, defeated No. 19 Pouille in 3rd-set TB for biggest win of career Washington 3R

  • Making 7th Newport appearance. Best: QF in 2011

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KAMIL
MAJCHRZAK

  • In 2019, made Grand Slam main draw debut at Australian Open as Q. Retired vs. Nishikori in 1R due to cramping.

  • 2019 Champion at Open Harmonie Mutuelle (Challenger) and Prosperita Open (Challenger)

  • Making 1st Newport appearance

TENNYS
SANDGREN
  • Achieved career-high No. 41 on 14 January 2019 after winning Auckland title. Did not drop a set en route to 1st ATP Tour title at 2019 Auckland.

  • Making 2nd Newport appearance. Best: R32 in 2017

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BRAYDEN
SCHNUR
  • In 2019, earned 1st ATP Tour win and reached 1st QF, SF and final at New York

  • Making 1st Newport appearance

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  • In 2018, advanced to 2R at Roland Garros as LL (l. to M. Zverev) and Wimbledon as WC (d. Sousa in 5 sets, l. to Querrey)...Captured 7th ATP Challenger Tour title at Ilkley, GBR (d. Otte)...Won Cassis, FRA Challenger doubles title w/Reid (d. Huesler/Oliveira)

  • Making 4th Newport appearance. Best: R16 2009, 2014

SERGIY
STAKHOVSKY
BERNARD
TOMIC
  • Reached 2R at New York (l. to Isner), ATP Masters 1000 Miami (l. to No. 1 Djokovic) and Houston (l. to Granollers)...Made 10th main draw appearances at both Australian Open (l. to Cilic in 1R) and Roland Garros (l. to Fritz in 1R)

  • Making 3rd Newport appearance. Best: R32 in 2018

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MISCHA
ZVEREV
  • 2018 Captured 1st ATP World Tour singles title at Eastbourne (d. Lacko)...Along with A. Zverev, 1st brothers to win ATP World Tour singles titles since John and Patrick McEnroe

  • Making 3rd Newport appearance. Best: R16 2007, 2018

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QUALIFYING PLAYERS
  • Alex Bolt

  • Bjorn Fratangelo

  • Quentin Halys

  • Tatsuma Ito

  • Evgeny Karlovskiy

  • Mitchell Krueger

  • Thai-Son Kwiatkowski

  • Ramkumar Ramanathan

  • Noah Rubin

  • John-Patrick Smith

  • Tim Smyczek

  • Yuichi Sugita

  • Viktor Troicki

  • Amir Weintraub

ADRIAN
MANNARINO
  • In 2019, improved to 8-3 in 5th sets by beating Travaglia in Roland Garros 1R (l. to Monfils in 2R)...Reached 2R at ATP Masters 1000s in Indian Wells (l. to Nishikori), Miami (l. to Medvedev) & Madrid (l. to Tsitsipas)

  • Making 8th Newport appearance. Best: QF in 2015, 2016

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