Total prize money: $542,695
When: from February 10th to February 16th
Where: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in New York, NY
Surface: Hard (indoor)
Nick Kyrgios and Kei Nishikori, both seeded into the main draw, have withdrawn from the tournament.
Competing with an ATP 500 tournament this week, the New York Open naturally has a slightly weaker group of players.
Last year’s edition was filled with surprises, as an unseeded player, Reilly Opelka won the title.
Canada’s Brayden Schnur, meanwhile, reached the final after making his way from the qualifiers.
While a repeat is unlikely, the tournament features a relatively even field, so the potential for another upset does exist.
2020 record: 4-2, 0 titles
2020 prize money: $384,022
2019 New York Open Result: Did not participate.
Having dealt with injuries for the past three years, it looks like Milos Raonic is finally back.
The former top 3 player reached the quarterfinals at the Australian Open, navigating his way through a difficult bracket.
Raonic defeated Christian Garin, upset the number 6 seed and 2019 semifinalist Stefanos Tsisipas and then eliminated a resurgent Marin Cilic.
The Canadian did not drop a single set along the way, making his campaign even more impressive.
He fell to Djokovic in straight sets, but it is clear that Raonic’s comeback is happening.
Still among the best servers of the ATP Tour, the Canadian veteran is one to keep an eye on this week.
2020 record: 5-3, 0 titles
2020 prize money: $383,712
2019 New York Open Result: first round.
Sandgren won his first career title in 2019, at the age of 27.
An ATP Challenger Tour regular, he is experiencing an unexpected rise late in his career.
The American has played in three tournaments this year.
After failing to make it past the second round in the first two, Sandgren had a surprising run at the Australian Open.
Unseeded into the main draw, he upset the number 8 seed, Matteo Berrettini, in round 2.
He would then upset the 12th seed, Fabio Fognini, in the round of 16, advancing to the quarterfinals for the second time in three years.
Sandrgen then arguably played his best match ever, taking Roger Federer to a match point before eventually losing in five sets.
Despite the heartbreak, Sandgren is playing his best tennis at the moment.
The veteran has a good shot at winning his second career ATP Tour title this week.
— #NYOpen (@NewYorkOpen) February 11, 2020
2020 record: 5-2, 1 title
2020 prize money: $156,062
2019 New York Open Result: Did not participate.
After starting the year on the right foot by winning his first career ATP Tour title, Humbert is coming off two disappointing performances.
The Next Gen star was eliminated in the first round at the Australian Open and at the Open Sud de France.
New York will provide him with a good chance to bounce back.
Facing relatively weaker competition, the young Frenchman will try to repeat his early success.
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