When: ATP Champions Tour Event: Friday, Feb. 12 - Sunday, Feb. 14
Starts @ 6:00 pm Friday, 12:30 pm Saturday, 12:30 pm Sunday
ATP World Tour Qualifying: Saturday, Feb. 13 - Sunday, Feb. 14
Starts @ 11:00 am Saturday, 11:00 am Sunday
ATP World Tour Event: Monday, Feb. 15 - Sunday, Feb. 21
Starts @ 11:00 am Monday - Friday, 1:00 pm Saturday (semifinals)
Sunday Finals @ 1:00 pm (doubles) & 3:00 pm (singles)
Where: The Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center, 201 W. Atlantic Avenue. I-95 exit 52 (Atlantic Ave), Florida Turnpike: Exit 81 (Atlantic Ave). Head east using either exit and look for the tournament signs.
Who: The ATP World Tour field is led by a pair of Top 20 players in 2012 champion Kevin Anderson (No. 14) and Bernard Tomic (No. 20), plus former world No. 4 and 2011 Delray Beach champion Juan Martin del Potro, defending champion Ivo Karlovic (No. 26), Grigor Dimitrov (No. 28) and the defending champions Bryan Brothers doubles team. The ATP Champions Tour field includes six "legends of the game" in a USA vs International format. The USA team includes Mardy Fish, James Blake & Aaron Krickstein vs the International trio of Sebastien Grosjean, Wayne Ferreira and Emilio Sanchez.
TV Coverage: The ATP World Tour event will be televised domestically on Tennis Channel and internationally in more than 110 countries. The broadcasts start Monday, Feb. 15 and runs through the finals on Sunday, Feb. 21.
Admission: Ticket prices range from $29 to $85 for individual seats. Tournament packages, Weekender packages, on-court Best Seats in the House and covered Stadium Veranda seating are also available. Sky Suites seating eight (8) patrons are available for some sessions. Tickets can be purchased by phone (561-330-6000), on YellowTennisBall.com, or at the on-site box office.
Special Admission Offers:
Military, Law Enforcement and Firefighters/Emergency Personnel - two (2) free tickets per session with official department ID
Seniors Day BOGO - offer available on reserved and box seats for Saturday (Feb. 13), Monday (Feb. 15) and Wednesday (Feb. 17) day sessions
Food Drive, presented by Champion Porsche - (Tuesday, Feb. 16), donate eight (8) canned non-perishable items and receive free tickets for the day session.
Gates: Open an hour before play, with the exception of those holding passes or tickets for on-site special events.
Parking: $5 in South County Courthouse Parking Garage (Atlantic & SW 2nd Ave) or Old School Square Parking Garage (Entrance on NE 1st Ave), Valet Parking $20. $10 discounted valet parking available for Porsche drivers.
Downtown Roundabout Trolley: Service runs between the Delray Beach Tri-Rail station and the tournament weekdays (Monday through Friday) from 6:00 am to 11:15 pm and on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) from 8:00 am to 11 pm. The trolley stops near the tournament entrance on W. Atlantic Ave.
Traffic: Fans can use the toll-free 511 Traveler Information Service, visit FL511.com or check the free Florida 511 mobile app to get traffic updates when heading to the tournament.
Security/Items Disallowed: The general public may be subject to bag searches. No backpacks, coolers or outside food or drink permitted on the premises.
Umbrellas: Umbrellas are permitted on-site, but the use of umbrellas is NOT permitted in the stadium or in outside court seating areas.
Information: Visit www.YellowTennisBall.com or call 561-330-6000.
About The Delray Beach Open: The only tournament in the world featuring an ATP Champions Tour event and an ATP World Tour event in the same week at the same venue is held in Delray Beach, Florida February 12-21 at the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center. The ATP World Tour's first North American hard court event of the outdoor season is one of just 10 ATP World Tour events in the United States. In 2016 it will be celebrating its 24th year overall and 18th in Delray Beach. The ATP Champions Tour event is in its 7th year and was the first-ever event played on US soil. Each year theDelray Beach Open brings world-class tennis players and thousands of visitors to Delray Beach and Palm Beach County. In 2010, the tournament received the Discover The Palm Beaches Florida's annual Providencia Award for its extraordinary contribution to tourism. The City of Delray Beach was also a finalist for the USTA's "Best Tennis Town" Award and in 2003, the tournament was the recipient of an "ATP Award of Excellence."
For more information please visit www.YellowTennisBall.com.
About ATP: The ATP is the governing body of the men's professional tennis circuits - the ATP World Tour, the ATP Challenger Tour and the ATP Champions Tour. With 62 tournaments in 31 countries, the ATP World Tour showcases the finest male athletes competing in the world's most exciting venues. From Australia to Europe and the Americas to Asia, the stars of the 2015 ATP World Tour battle for prestigious titles and Emirates ATP Ranking Points at ATP World Tour events(including Master Series 1000, 500 and 250 events), as well as Grand Slams (non ATP events). The ATP Champions Tourbrings together many of the greatest tennis players in history for nostalgic, competitive and entertaining tournaments around the world. Players are either formerly ranked No. 1 in the world in singles, a Grand Slam singles champion or finalist, or a singles player on a winning Davis Cup team. Players must be retired from ATP World Tour competition and each event can invite wild card entrants of its choice.
About The City of Delray Beach: In the southeast corner of Palm Beach County on the Atlantic seashore, a Village by the Sea that began as an agricultural community in 1895 has become one of Florida's most popular destinations for visitors, new families and seasonal residents. The City of Delray Beach encompasses slightly over 16 square miles with a permanent population of nearly 65,000 and growing. Renewal and re-development efforts have resulted in recognition as the All-America City in 1993 and 2001, the Blue Wave designation for clean and beautiful beaches, and hailed by city planners around the nation as a model for growth management. In 2012 during the nationally televised "Best of the Road" special, Delray Beach was chosen by Rand McNally, USA Today and the Travel Channel as the "Most Fun Small Town" in America. In 2014, USA Today also named it as one of the "Best Atlantic Beaches in Florida."