ATP Delray Beach Open 2017 | Latest Tennis Schedules & Draws

 

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  • Top Seeds: Milos Raonic, Ivo Karlovic, Jack Sock, Sam Querrey
  • Defending Champion: Sam Querrey
  • British Interest: Kyle Edmund
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DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA – After snapping a four-year title drought, Sam Querrey returns to see if he can do the double in Delray Beach.

 

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Draw & Results

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Order of Play
Singles
Doubles
Qualifying

 

ATP Delray Beach $534,625 QF 24 Feb
M Raonic [1] (CAN) 46 63 64 K Edmund [8] (GBR)
J Sock [3] (USA) 64 76(4) S Johnson [5] (USA)
J-M Del Potro [7] (ARG) 75 75 S Querrey [4/WC] (USA)

 

ATP Delray Beach QF 23 Feb
D Young (USA) W/O S Darcis [Q] (BEL)
R2
S Querrey [4/WC] (USA) 62 63 J Donaldson (USA)
J-M Del Potro [7] (ARG) 76(5) 46 63 D Dzumhur (BIH)
S Darcis [Q] (BEL) 63 75 N Basilashvili (GEO)
D Young (USA) 46 63 64 T Fritz (USA)

 

ATP Delray Beach R2 22 Feb
K Edmund [8] (GBR) 63 36 62 Lu Y-S (TPE)
J Sock [3] (USA) 64 61 G Guillermo-Lopez (ESP)
S Johnson [5] (USA) 64 61 Y Nishioka (JPN)
M Raonic [1] (CAN) 63 76(2) B Coric (CRO)

 

ATP Delray Beach R1 21 Feb
G Guillermo-Lopez (ESP) 63 63 D Brown (GER)
D Dzumhur (BIH) 63 64 K Kravchuk (RUS)
J Sock [3] (USA) 64 76(2) R Albot (MDA)
S Darcis [Q] (BEL) 36 61 64 B Tomic [6] (AUS)
B Coric (CRO) 62 63 S Giraldo (COL)
M Raonic [1] (CAN) 61 64 T Smyczek [Q] (USA)
S Johnson [5] (USA) 61 64 S Kozlov [WC] (USA)
D Young (USA) 76(5) 76(3) I Karlovic [2] (CRO)
J Donaldson (USA) 76(5) 36 63 M Kukushkin (KAZ)
N Basilashvili (GEO) 67(4) 76(8) 62 T Haas [PR] (GER)
J-M Del Potro [7] (ARG) 64 64 K Anderson (RSA)

 

ATP Delray Beach R1 20 Feb
S Querrey [4/WC] (USA) 62 61 RET D Sela (ISR)
K Edmund [8] (GBR) 63 60 A Mannarino (FRA)
T Fritz (USA) 64 64 A Santillan [Q] (JPN)
Lu Y-S (TPE) 46 75 64 B Fratangelo [WC] (USA)
Y Nishioka (JPN) 63 63 K Coppejans [Q] (BEL)

 

[1] Milos Raonic

Canada’s finest makes his return to the tour after his run to the Australian Open final. Once more injury woes reared their head causing Raonic to pull out of the home David Cup tie against Great Britain. He takes top seed honours on his debut in South Florida.

He has an easy enough start in theory against a qualifier and could well come up against Britain’s Kyle Edmund, who of course came out the winner in the Davis Cup tie care of Denis Shapovalov’s default after striking the umpire with a reckless hit-out.

On paper this is Raonic’s tournament to sail through but it remains to see how rusty the big-serving Canadian is.

 

[2] Ivo Karlovic

From one big-server to another, Karlovic is looking for a bit of form, never mind knocking rust off. Twice he has been a top seed out on his uppers in the opening round in Quito and Memphis. In a nice little twist, he meeds Donald Young in his opener, whom he beat in the 2015 final. Young is actually a tough start for the Croat – he just made the Memphis semi-finals and comes in a lot more match sharp than Karlovic.

 

[3] Jack Sock

It has been a while since we saw Sock amongst the flurry of tournaments after the Australian Open. After Davis Cup duty, he makes his return in Florida, but it has not been a particularly happy hunting ground.

He has won just one main draw match in his time at the tournament, and although his first two rounds do look manageable on paper, he has Steve Johnson as a potential quarter-finalist.

 

[4] Sam Querrey

There might have been high hopes for Querrey to make a sowing at Memphis, where he was a former champion, but he came up against an inspired Ryan Harrison. So the defending champion heads here after a first round loss as a wild-card fourth seed.

Of course all eyes will be at the other end of his bracket as Juan Martin Del Potro makes his much-anticipated return to the tour – he could be a potential quarter-final opponent for Querrey.

The Delray Beach Open takes place between 15-21 February – (GMT -5 hours).

 

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