New York receives another dose of top-level tennis in addition to the U.S. Open as the Big Apple plays host to the third edition of the ATP 250 New York Open, live from Long Island between February 10-16, 2020.
Big servers in the Big Apple: John Isner, Reilly Opelka and Milos Raonic headline the field in the city that never sleeps at the 2020 New York Open.
ATP New York Live Streaming
ATP New York tennis is live from February 10-16 2020 with play starting around 11.00am local/4.00pm GMT. Bookmaker bet365 are offering customers the opportunity to watch a live stream of the match alongside in-play betting.
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ATP New York Tournament Schedule
|Date / Time||Round|
|Monday 10 February, 12pm local/5pm GMT||R1|
|Tuesday 11 February, 12pm local/5pm GMT||R1|
|Wednesday 12 February, 12pm local/5pm GMT||R2|
|Thursday 13 February, 12pm local/5pm GMT||R2|
|Friday 14 February, 12pm local/5pm GMT||Quarterfinals|
|Saturday 15 February, 2pm local/7pm GMT||Semifinals|
|Sunday 16 February, 2pm local/7pm GMT||Final|
ATP New York Seeds 2020
|Seed||Ranking||Player||Previous best New York Open result|
|1||18||John Isner||SF (2019)|
|2||32||Milos Raonic||First appearance in 2020|
|3||40||Reilly Opelka||Champion (2019)|
|4||43||Ugo Humbert||First appearance in 2020|
|5||53||Tennys Sandgren||R1 (2019)|
|6||54||Miomir Kecmanovic||First appearance in 2020|
|7||59||Cameron Norrie||Q1 (2018)|
|8||62||Kyle Edmund||First appearance in 2020|
ATP New York Players 2020
With so many of the spring’s biggest tournaments played on outdoor hard courts in the Americas, like Acapulco and the back-to-back Masters 1000 Series events of March in Indian Wells and Miami, the New York Open with its distinctive courts and iconic location can attract strong fields.
Here are some of the top names in action at the 2020 New York Open, live from 10-16 February.
One of a trio of big servers who will be raining down aces at the New York Open, Isner is best known for the roles he has played in marathon matches at Wimbledon, including the all-time longest match against Nicolas Mahut in 2010 and the second-longest match in Wimbledon history, a semifinal clash against Kevin Anderson which ended 26-24 in the fifth set after six hours and 36 minutes.
Isner made the semifinals of the New York Open in 2019 before losing to eventual champion Reilly Opelka in three tie-break sets, but went on to win the ATP Newport title and finish runner-up to Roger Federer at the Miami Masters.
Former Wimbledon finalist Raonic possesses one of the most devastating serves in the men’s game and makes his debut at the New York Open in 2020.
Raonic has struggled with injuries over the past couple of years but has made at least one Grand Slam quarterfinal or better for every one of the past seven seasons, including 2020 – he ousted Stefanos Tsitsipas at the Australian Open before losing to Novak Djokovic.
The USA’s Opelka captured his maiden title at the New York Open in 2019 when he defeated Isner in a semifinal settled in three tie-break sets and went on to beat compatriot Brayden Schnur in the final.
Opelka went on to reach semifinals in Atlanta, Tokyo and Basel and reach a career-high ranking of world no. 31. The 22-year-old 6’11” American is looking for his first match wins of the 2020 season in New York.
France’s Humbert began 2020 by winning his maiden ATP Tour title in Auckland at the ASB Classic, defeating compatriot Benoit Paire in the final.
The 21-year-old is a rising star of men’s tennis after winning three Challenger Tour titles and breaking into the top 50 for the first time in 2019. He makes his New York Open debut in 2020.
About ATP New York
New York already plays host to the world’s best as leading ATP and WTA stars converge on the city for the final Grand Slam of the season at the U.S. Open in August/September, but now another tournament features in the Big Apple, with some of the best male tennis players arriving in Long Island, New York for a fresh ATP 250 tournament, first played in 2019.
The tournament can trace its history back 28 years – and to historic cities such as San Francisco, San Jose and Memphis, with New York now the fourth location for the event. GF Sports LLC, a newly created integrated event content company formed by the New York-based financial management company GF Capital Private Equity Fund, acquired the tournament rights from the USTA in 2015 and last year opted to sever ties with the Memphis Open in favour of linking up with Brooklyn Sports and Entertainment and moving the tournament to Long Island, New York.
The New York Open debuted in Long Island at the newly renovated state-of-the-art NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in 2018, with it’s centre court seating 6,500 spectators. The New York Open is now the only one of 10 tournaments in the USA that will be played indoors, with over $700,000 in prize money on offer for players throughout the week.
Some illustrious names in tennis have captured the tournament’s silverware over the years, including John McEnroe, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick, Michael Chang, and Andy Murray, along with a fresh generation of stars such as Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori. Kevin Anderson won the first ever New York Open in 2018, taking out home hope Sam Querrey in a deciding set tiebreak to secure the silverware.
Reilly Opelka became the tournament’s first American winner since its move to New York in 2019 when he defeated John Isner in a semifinal settled in three tie-break sets – fitting in a match between one player who is 6’10” and another who is 6’11” – and went on to beat qualifier Brayden Schnur in the final.
ATP New York Tournament Information
|ATP New York||New York Open|
|Dates||February 10-16, 2020|
|Location||New York, USA|
|Draw Size||28 (byes for top four seeds)|
|Reigning Singles Champion||Reilly Opelka|
|Reigning Doubles Champion||Kevin Krawietz/Andreas Mies|
ATP New York Rankings Points
Here is a breakdown of the ranking points awarded by the ATP Tour for reaching various rounds at a 250 tournament like the New York Open.
|Round of 16||20|