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August 21-28, 2021
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2017 WSO Draw Set
Defending champ Pablo Carreno Busta returns to defend his title at the 2017 Winston-Salem Open
Watch the Eclipse at the WSO!
Gates open at 1:12 PM, the first 95 tickets sold at the box office for the Monday day session will go for $9.50.
Wild Cards Announced; Querrey Withdraws
Taylor Fritz, Borna Coric, Ernests Gulbis, and Petros Chrysochos have been awarded singles wild cards for the Winston-Salem Open, which begins this weekend. Christian Seraphim and Skander Mansouri have been awarded a doubles wild card, joining previously announced wild cards Leander Paes and Purav Raja.
Race to Milan: Andrey Rublev
Russian teenager Andrey Rublev is on a roll after winning his first ATP title this year
Race to Milan: Jared Donaldson
Jared Donaldson has taken an unconventional path on the road to success on the ATP World Tour. But Donaldson wouldn’t change a thing.
Q&A With John Isner
John Isner is back in a familiar spot as the top-ranked American player after winning tournaments in Newport and Atlanta the last two weeks. He talked with John Delong of winstonsalemopen.com recently about his career success and his commitment to this year’s Winston-Salem Open, where he will be one of the star attractions.
Race to Milan: Taylor Fritz
Taylor Fritz came to the Winston-Salem Open a year ago riding high at a career-best No. 53 in the ATP World Tour rankings. Then 18, he would go on to win the ATP Star of Tomorrow Award at the end of 2016 as the youngest player to finish in the Top 100.
2017 Time Change Updates
The Winston-Salem Open is intent on making improvements to the tournament each year, and some major changes are in store for 2017 that are sure to be welcomed by players and fans alike.
Race to Milan: Karen Khachanov
Karen Khachanov grew up in a house located next to a tennis center, and that led to him take up the game at an early age. Now, the 21-year- old Russian continues to grow up right before our very eyes as he climbs up the ATP World Tour rankings.
Race to Milan: Daniel Medvedev
By his own admission, Daniil Medvedev still has some growing up to do. The 21-year- old Russian hasn’t always been able to control his emotions, particularly his anger, and that has come back to haunt him on several occasions already in his young career.
389 Record(s) Found.