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Who will be playing this year at the Delray Beach Open?

Who will be playing this year at the Delray Beach Open?

A strong field featuring three of the world’s Top 20 players will compete in the 32nd Delray Beach Open ATP Tour event, Feb. 9-18 at the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center.  Defending champion, top-ranked American and world No. 12 Taylor Fritz leads the player entry list followed closely by world No. 14 and second-ranked American Tommy Paul along with No. 19 Adrian Mannarino of France. 

Above: Last year's DBO Champion Taylor Fritz. Photo: Andrew Patron / Delray Beach Open.

The tournament is the first North American hard court event of the outdoor season, and one of just 10 ATP Tour events in the United States. So who's playing? Let's take a closer look at who is slated to play in the singles draw at the Delray Beach Open this year — the players on the initial entry list for the 2024 DBO (along with their current ranking) are listed below. 

DBO Singles Field

(12) Taylor Fritz26, USA – 2023: reached career high No. 5, won DBO and Atlanta, reached US Open QF

(14) Tommy Paul26, USA (and a Palm Beach County resident) – 2023: Reached first GS SF at Australian Open, two finals, career-high ranking of No. 12

(19) Adrian Mannarino35, France –2024: cracked world’s Top 20 for first time at age 35; 2023: won three titles

(38) Daniel Evans33, Great Britain – 2019 DBO finalist as a qualifier, lost in 3rd set tiebreak; 2023: Won Washington with win over No. 10 Tiafoe enroute; reached career-high rank of No. 21

(41) Matteo Arnaldi, 22, Italy – 2023: Nominated for ATP Most Improved Player, helped Italy win first Davis Cup in 47 years, reached US Open 4r

(42) Mackenzie McDonald28, USA – 2023: career-high rank of 37; 2019: DBO SF w/win over No. 4 del Potro; 2016 NCAA title at UCLA

(45) Max Purcell, 25, Australia – 2023: Def. No. 7 Ruud enroute to Cincinnati Masters 1000 QF, career-high rank of No. 40; 2022: Won Wimbledon doubles title with Ebden

(47) Jordan Thompson, 29, Australia – 2024: Saved 3 MPs to def. Nadal enroute to 1st ATP Tour hard court SF at Brisbane; 2023: Def. No. 3 Tsitsipas at Indian Wells; 2020: US Open 4r; 2017: def. No. 1 Murray

(57) JJ Wolf25, USA – 2023: Def. No. 16, former DBO winner Norrie enroute to first Masters 1000 4r in Shanghai

(58) Taro Daniel30 (31 on Jan. 27), Japan – 2024: upset No. 16 Shelton in Auckland to reach second career final and career-high ranking of 58

(60) Miromir Kecmanovic24, Serbia – 2023: DBO finalist; 2022: QF at ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells, Miami, 4r Wimbledon

(61) Yoshihito Nishioka28, Japan – 2020: DBO finalist; 2023: 4r at Australian and French Open, career-high No. 24

(62) Dominik Koepfer29, Germany – 2023: Won two Challenger titles; 2020: Def. No. 9 Monfils, reached Rome QF

(64) Aleksandar Vukic, 27, Australia – 2023: Lucky Loser into DBO main draw and reached 2r, finalist at Atlanta

(66) Marcos Giron30, USA – 2023: Def. No. 8 Ruud, No. 17 Auger-Aliassime enroute to Tokyo SF; 2022: 1st final age 29 in San Diego, cracked Top 50; 2014 NCAA singles champ at UCLA

(69) Nuno Borges, 26, Portugal – 2023: Qualified for DBO and reached 2nd round, won 3 Challenger titles; 2022: Def. Shelton for first GS match win at US Open; 2019 – Reached NCAA singles final for Mississippi State

(71) Rinky Hijikata, 22, Australia – 2023: US Open 4r, won Australian Open doubles title

(140) Juncheng Shang, 18 (19 on Feb. 2), China – 2024: def. No. 16 Tiafoe to reach first ATP Tour SF at Hong Kong; Next Gen entry into DBO

Above: Teaser for the upcoming 2024 DBO. Source: Delray Beach Open

Ten additional players will join the field to round out the 28-player draw, including four qualifiers, three wild cards and three special entry players.

ATP Legends Event

Opening weekend of the Delray Beach Open starts with the ATP Champions Tour Legends event Feb. 9-11 that features six-time DBO champions Bob and Mike Bryan, the most successful doubles team in the history of the sport, former world No. 2 Tommy Haas, former Delray Beach champions Ivo Karlovic and Sam Querrey, local pros Jesse Levine and Scoville Jenkins, and past French Open champions Luke and Murphy Jensen.

Women's Tennis Challenge

The Delray Beach Open also features an exciting Women’s Tennis Challenge at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10, an exhibition between former Wimbledon finalist and world No. 5 Eugenie Bouchard and 17-year-old current junior Wimbledon champion Clervie Ngounoue.

Plan Ahead

Single session and series tickets are on sale now at While Veranda series tickets have already sold out, a variety of other series packages are still available including on-court “Best Seats in the House” (limited quantity), courtside box seats, and reserved seats. Weeklong series packages start at $750 and include parking and exclusive amenities, making them one of the best deals around. Tickets can be shared with clients and family throughout the week.

The Delray Beach stop on the global ATP Tour annually plays in front of over 60,000 fans and reaches television audiences in nearly 90 countries. 


Source: Delray Beach Open; Top Photo of Tommy Paul courtesy of ATP Tour.

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