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Bob & Mike Bryan (USA)

DELRAY BEACH:Third ATP Champions Tour appearance. Six-time doubles champion with a 30-7 record in the ATP 250 event, eight-time finalists. The 2020 title was their final ATP Tour tournament. 

CAREER:The winningest team in the sport's history with 119 titles, including a record 16 Major titles. They are the only doubles or singles players to sweep all four Grand Slams, nine ATP Masters 1000 events, the ATP Finals, and Olympic gold. The Bryan Brothers won 1,108 matches together, more than any team in the Open Era, and have the most victories by any doubles team in U.S. Davis Cup history with a 25-5 record, winning Davis Cup in 2007. The brothers finished No. 1 in team rankings 10 times during their careers. 

PERSONAL:Identical "mirror" twins – Mike is right-handed, Bob is left-handed. California natives coached by their parents, Wayne and Kathy, starting at two. Won more than 100 junior titles together. Played at Stanford University for two years, helping win both NCAA team titles and winning the NCAA doubles title in 1998. Created the Bryan Bros. Band and held concerts at tournaments and charity events worldwide. Hold an annual Bryan Brothers Foundation event to raise money for kids in Ventura County. Bob is married with three children; Mike is married with one child.

Luke & Murphy Jensen (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: Luke’s fourth ATP Champions Tour appearance and Murphy’s third. The brothers played the ATP 250 doubles tournament together nine times, reaching the final in 1997 and SF in 1996 when the event was played in Coral Springs.

CAREER: Won the 1993 French Open doubles title, their first pro title together, and finished the year as the No. 5 team on the ATP Tour. Went on to win three more pro titles together and reached seven additional finals. Their four titles came on three different surfaces (hard, clay, grass). Luke won another six doubles titles with four other partners. Luke won the Boys 18s Nationals, Clay Courts and Hard Courts in 1984 as well as the French Open junior doubles title with Patrick McEnroe. He later won All-American honors while playing at the University of Southern California. Murphy won a pair of Orange Bowls among his 10 national junior doubles titles. He played two years at USC before transferring to Georgia where he was an All-American.

PERSONAL: Luke, who is two years older, and Murphy grew up on a Christmas tree farm in the small town of Ludington, Mich. Their younger twin sisters, Rachel and Rebecca, also played tennis professionally. Luke is nicknamed “Dual Hand Luke” for his ability to play with both hands. Both brothers have worked extensively in television. Murphy coached in World Team Tennis for 10 years and was named coach of the year in 2013. He is now co-founder and EVP of WEconnect Health. Luke coached the Syracuse women’s tennis team for seven years. California.

Sam Querrey (USA)

DELRAY BEACH: Second year playing the ATP Champions Tour. Played the ATP Tour event 12 times, tied for third all-time, and won the title in 2016.

CAREER: Achieved career-high No. 11 in 2018… Winner of 10 ATP Tour titles, including Mexican sweep in 2017 at Acapulco (def. Nadal) and Los Cabos... At Wimbledon, advanced to 2016 QF, 2017 SF and 2019 QF, defeating Djokovic in 2016 and Murray in 2017. Snapped Djokovic’s Open Era-record 30-match Grand Slam win streak at 2016 Wimbledon, then set an Open Era record by reaching 1st Grand Slam SF in his 42nd Grand Slam appearance at 2017 Wimbledon… Collected 23 wins over Top 10 players… Hit unprecedented 10 straight aces at 2007 Indianapolis.

PERSONAL: Retired from the ATP Tour after the 2022 US Open and is now playing professional pickleball… Grew up in Southern California...Fan of Los Angeles Lakers (NBA)… Had the opportunity to take batting practice at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami in 2008 during the Miami Open and hit 2 home runs… His father, Mike, was a baseball player drafted by the Detroit Tigers (MLB)… Wife is Abby and sons are Ford and Owen.

Tommy Haas (GERMANY)

DELRAY BEACH: Making his fifth ATP Champions Tour appearance and is a two-time champion of the event… During ATP 250 career, posted an 11-8 record, winning the 2006 title in his debut… Tied for sixth-most appearances in tournament history with nine. 

CAREER: Spent eight years in the Top 20 of the ATP rankings, reaching a career high No. 2 in 2002… Won 15 titles in his career, winning eight consecutive finals from 2004-12… Overall, contested 28 finals, including a silver medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics... A three-time semifinalist at the Australian Open, he also reached one Wimbledon semifinal… Over the course of his career, defeated Agassi, Djokovic, Federer and Sampras at least three times each… The 2004 and 2012 ATP Comeback Player of the Year, he underwent nine surgeries during his career (right shoulder, right elbow, right hip, right foot, right ankle and left ankle). 

PERSONAL: Serves as Tournament Director of combined ATP and WTA 1000-level event in Indian Wells… Part of the San Diego Stingrays ownership group in the Pro Padel League…Wife is actress Sara Foster and they have two daughters.

Jesse Levine (CANADA)

DELRAY BEACH: Playing the ATP Champions Tour here for the sixth time. Also played the ATP Tour tournament on four occasions.

CAREER: Reached a career-high ranking of No. 69 in 2012. Defeated former world No. 1 Marat Safin at 2009 Wimbledon. Reached the Houston doubles final in ’09. Won five career Challenger titles in eight finals. Practice partner for Roger Federer. Born a Canadian, the lefty represented the US from 2007–12 before becoming eligible to play for Canada in 2013 on the Davis Cup team. Put together a 24-1 freshman record All-American season (‘06-‘07) at the University of Florida where he was named National Rookie of the Year. Was 21-0 in regular season dual matches and reached the NCAA quarterfinals. In the juniors, won the 2001 USTA Clay Court 14 Nationals singles title, the boys’ 16s doubles title and the 2005 Junior Wimbledon doubles title. Reached the Jr. Wimbledon singles quarterfinals in 2005.

PERSONAL: Levine has coached WTA top 10 and US Open finalist Madison Keys, WTA top 5 player Jessica Pegula as well as helping out 2017 Delray Beach Open finalist Milos Raonic. Inducted into the Ottawa Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in June of 2018. Jesse is also a talent scout, a TV broadcaster, and Director of Racquet Sports at Shell Bay Club.

Ivo Karlovic (CROATIA)

DELRAY BEACH: Second year to play the ATP Champions Tour event… Won the ATP 250 event in 2015.

CAREER: Achieved career-high No. 14 in 2008 after defeating No. 1 Federer enroute to ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati SF… Eight-time ATP Tour champion… At 2019 Pune became the oldest tour-level finalist at age 39 since Ken Rosewall, 43, in 1977… Ranks second among all players since ATP stats have been kept (1991) in career aces with 13,728 (retired ranked first; John Isner surpassed him in 2022). Holds single-match ace records for ATP Tour (45), Australian Open (75), Roland Garros (55), US Open (61) and Davis Cup (career-high 78)… In 2009 reached the Wimbledon QF…

PERSONAL: Retired after the 2021 season… Tied with Opelka as tallest pro players in history at 6’11”… Wears size 17 shoes… Ambassador for ACEing Autism, which exposes autistic children to tennis… Awarded an ATP ACES for Charity grant for $15,000 in 2016… Wife, Alsi; daughter, Jada Valentina; son, Noah.

Kevin Anderson (RSA)

DELRAY BEACH: First time playing the ATP Champions Tour event. Won the ATP 250 tournament in 2012 with wins over Andy Roddick and John Isner. Finalist in 2014. Played the tournament eight straight years 2010-2017 and again in 2022.

CAREER: Career-high ranking of world No. 5. Advanced to 1st Grand Slam final at 2017 US Open as No. 32, becoming lowest-ranked US Open finalist in history and 1st African US Open finalist in Open Era. Reached 2nd Grand Slam final at 2018 Wimbledon by beating Isner 26-24 in 5th set and 8-time champion Roger Federer 13-11 in 5th set, saving a match point. Won 2006 NCAA doubles title at Illinois. Retired in 2022 but came back in 2023 and played last match at US Open.

PERSONAL: Recipient of 2019 Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award and 2020 ATP ACES for Charity grant to benefit First Serve. Member of ATP Player Council from 2012-22, serving as president in 2020. Married his college girlfriend, golfer Kelsey O'Neal, in 2011, and they bought a home in Delray Beach. His daughter, Keira, was born in September 2019.

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