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USA Flag JC Aragone
(Class of 2017)
ATP Tour Bio
JC Aragone
Current
Ranking
Singles
332

Doubles
675
Career High
Ranking
Singles
330 (4/2/18)
Doubles
670 (3/19/18)
Last
Tournament

Sarasota Challenger (4/16)
• Singles: Round of 32

Up Next TBD
Career Titles Singles: 1 Futures (2018)
Doubles:
2017 Highlights • Qualified for the main draw of the U.S. Open (8/28) after advancing through qualifying with wins over No. 101 Marco Cecchinato, No. 256 Riccardo Bellotti and No. 171 Akira Santillan
• Advanced to the singles and doubles finals at Martos Futures tournament in Spain (6/18/17)
• Knocked off the top seed at Setubal (Portugal) Futures to reach QF in singles, also making the semifinals in doubles (6/27)
• Picked up his first win in a Challenger, advancing to the second round at the Gattineau Challenger (7/20)
• Made it to the semifinals in doubles at the Vancouver Challenger while partnering with Ryan Shane (8/20)
2018 Highlights • Advanced to the semifinals in singles at Long Beach Futures, his second tournament of the year (1/13)
• Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the main draw of the $100K San Francisco Challenger and then picked up a first-round win over Marcos Gironto make it to the Round of 16 . Also advanced to the quarterfinals in doubles, partnering with Chris Eubanks
• Was the runner-up in doubles at Gatineau Futures (Canada) while partnering with Deiton Baughman, falling in a third-set super tiebreaker (3/4)
• Advanced to the semis in singles at Sherbrooke Futures (3/10)
• Was the Lucky Loser in the Drummondville Challenger (after falling in the qualifying final), making the most of the opportunity by advancing to the quarterfinals (3/13)
• Won the first professional title of his career at the Calabasas Futures, winning the singles championship with a run that included defeating former teammate Collin Altamirano in the semifinals (3/25)

USA Flag Collin Altamirano
(Class of 2017)
ATP Tour Bio
Collin Altamirano
Current
Ranking
Singles
596

Doubles
 1029
Career High
Ranking
Singles
596 (4/2/18)
Doubles
865 (10/11/14)
Last
Tournament

Little Rock Futures (4/15)
• Singles: Quarterfinals
• Doubles: Champion

Up Next TBD
Career Titles Singles: 1 Futures title (2018)
Doubles: 2 Futures title (2014, 2018)
2018 Highlights • Won the singles title and was the runner-up in doubles (playing with Alexander Lebedev) at Legends Long Beach Futures tournament. He had been the runner-up in singles at the tournament in 2017. It was his first Futures singles title (1/14)
• Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the main draw at the Antalya Futures in Turkey, advancing to the quarterfinals of the main draw (2/25)
• Fell in the semifinals at the Calabasas Futures, falling against former teammate JC Aragone
• Won the doubles title with Vasil Kirkov at the Little Rock Futures, his second doubles title of his career

USA Flag Danielle Collins
(Class of 2016)
WTA Tour Bio
Danielle Collins
Current
Ranking
Singles
45

Doubles
531
Career High
Ranking
Singles
45 (4/9/18)
Doubles
514 (7/24/17)
Last
Tournament

Abierto GNP Seguros (Monterrey Open) (4/2-8)
 Singles: Quarterfinals

Up Next
Career Titles Singles: Newport Beach Challenger (17); 4 ITF Women's Circuit titles
Doubles:
2018 Highlights • Picked up wins in the first two rounds of qualifying at the Australian Open before falling in the final (1/11)
• Picked up her first career WTA Challenger Title, winning the title in Newport Beach (1/28)
• Rallied from down a set to defeat top-seed and World No. 56 Magda Linette in the second round of the Oracle Challenger Series event at Indian Wells (3/2)
• Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the main draw of the Miami Open, advancing to the Round of 16, including downing No. 16 Coco Vanderweghe in the second round (3/26) and No. 8 Venus Williams in the quarterfinals before falling to No. 5 Jelena Ostapenko
• Continued her tear through WTA events the next week in Monterrey, Mexico, advancing to the quarterfinals (4/6)

USA Flag Julia Elbaba
(Class of 2016)
WTA Tour Bio
Julia Elbaba
Current
Ranking
Singles
475

Doubles
372
Career High
Ranking
Singles
372 (8/14/17)
Doubles
309 (8/7/17)
Last
Tournament

Dothan (Ala.) ITF Women's Circuit
 Singles: Qualifying

Up Next  TBD
Career Titles Singles: 1 ITF Women's Circuit title
Doubles:
2017 Highlights • Advanced to the quarterfinals in singles in Stillwater (9/26/17)
• Runner-up in doubles in Baton Rougue (6/25/17)
• Advanced to the doubles semifinals in Bethany Beach (6/11/17)


Philippines Flag Treat Huey
(Class of 2008)
ATP Tour Bio
Treat Huey
Current
Ranking
Singles
--

Doubles
79
Career High
Ranking
Singles
689 (11/30/09)
Doubles
18 (7/11/16)
Last
Tournament

Le Gosier Challenger (Guadeloupe)
Doubles: Round of 16

Up Next TBD
Career Titles

Doubles: Abierto Mexicano (ATP '17), Abierto Mexicano Telcel (ATP '16), Malaysia Open (ATP '15),  St. Petersburg Open (ATP '15), Estoril Open (ATP '15), Aegon Championships (Eastbourne ATP '14),Swiss Indoors (Basel ATP '13), Citi Open (Washington ATP '12), Odlum Brown Vanopen (Vancouver Challenger '15), Charlottesville Challenger ('14), Nottingham
Challenger ('12), Charlottesville Challenger ('11), Vancouver Challenger ('11), Bogota Challenger ('11), Winnetka Challenger ('11), Cremona
Challenger ('11), Rimouski Challenger ('11), Meknes Challenger ('11), Toyota Challenger ('10), Binghamton Challenger ('10), Vancouver Challenger ('10), Seville Challenger ('09), Tiburon Challenger ('09), 8 Futures

2017 Highlights • Picked up a victory in doubles in Davis Cup Asia/Oceania II first round tie
• Won the doubles title at the ATP 250 stop in Los Cabos, Mexico for the second-straight year and makes it six-straight years he has won at least one tournament title
Advanced to the finals in doubles at the Delray Beach Open (2/26/17) and the Aegon Suriton Trophy tourney in England (6/5/17)
Had to pull out of the 2017 US Open because of an injury, snapping a streak of 25 straight slam appearances
2018 Highlights • Played in the Australian Open, falling in the opening round of the doubles main draw (1/17)
• Advanced to the finals of the Newport Beach Challenger, partnering with Denis Kudla (1/28)

England Flag Dominic Inglot
(Class of 2009)
ATP Tour Bio
Dominic Inglot
Current
Ranking
Singles
--

Doubles
52
Career High
Ranking
Singles
561 (8/23/10)
Doubles
18 (5/12/14)
Last
Tournament

Miami Open (3/25)
• Doubles: First Round

Up Next  
Career Titles Davis Cup: Member of 2015 Great Britain champion team
Doubles: Grand prix Hassan II (ATP Morocco '17) St. Petersburg (ATP '16), Nottingham (ATP '16), Winston-Salem Open (ATP '15), Aegon Championships (Eastbourne ATP '14), Swiss Indoors (Basel ATP '13), Citi Open (Washington ATP '12), Nottingham Challenger ('12), Dallas Challenger ('12), Charlottesville Challenger ('11), Binghamton Challenger ('10), Vancouver Challenger ('10), 9 Futures
2017 Highlights • Advanced to the Round of 16 at the Australian Open (1/29)
• Partnered with Jamie Murray in a Davis Cup World Group first round doubles match, helping the UK down Canada to advance to quarterfinals
• Advanced to the Finals of the Open 13 Marielle before falling to Benneteau/Mahut (2/26/17)
• Won the doubles title at Grand Prix Hassan II in Marrakech, Morocco (4/10/17)
• Advanced to the semifinals at the Plava Laguna Croatia Open Umag (7/23)
• Advanced to the semifinals at the Japan Open, partnering with Daniel Nestor, falling to Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares (10/08) and then followed with a semifinal showing at the Swiss Indoors Basel (10/29)
• Advanced to the semis at the Swiss Indoors Basel, his final ATP tournament of the year (10/29/17)
2018 Highlights • Won three matches at the Australian Open to advance to the quarterfinals, matching his best-ever finish at the event (1/24)
• Advanced to the Open 13 Provence Finals in Marseille, France, falling to Raven Klaasen and Michael Venus (1/25)


USA Flag Thai-Son Kwiatkowski
(Class of 2017)
ATP Tour Bio
Thai Kwiatkowski
Current
Ranking
Singles
578

Doubles
484
Career High
Ranking
Singles
520 (12/25/17)
Doubles
398 (12/25/17)
Last
Tournament

Casino Admiral Trophy Challenger (Marbella, Spain) (3/26)
• Singles: Qualifying

Up Next  TBD
Career Titles Singles: 2 Futures
Doubles: 3 Futures
2017 Highlights • Competed in the main draw of the men's singles championship at the US Open, falling in five sets to No. 23 Mischa Zverev, 7-6 (5), 4-6, 4-6, 7-5, 6-3
• Won his second Futures singles title of his career at the Texas Tamale Company Houston Cup and was also the runner-up in the doubles draw while partnering with Austin Krajicek (10/15)

• Won the doubles title at Toulouse Futures partnering with Mats Moraing (3/12/17)
• Was the runner-up in doubles at Rochester Futures, partnering with Luca Corinteli (6/24)
• Advanced to the Round of 16 in doubles at the Winnipeg Challenger (7/15)
• Advanced to the semifinals in doubles at the Charlottesville Challenger, partnering with former UVA teammate Alexander Ritschard (11/4)
• Closed out the year by advancing to the semifinals in singles and finishing as the runner-up in doubles at the Metepec Open Furtures tournament in Mexico

2018 Highlights •Advanced to the second round at the Newport Beach Challenger (1/24)

Swiss Flag Alexander Ritschard
(Class of 2017)
ATP Tour Bio
Current
Ranking
Singles
975

Doubles
 885
Career High
Ranking
Singles
648 (11/25/13)
Doubles
 882 (1/29/18)
Last
Tournament
Little Rock Futures (4/2-8)
• Singles: Round of 16
Up Next TBD
Career Titles Singles:
Doubles:
2017 Highlights • Advanced to the semifinals at Basilicanova (Italy) Futures (6/30)
• Advanced to the semifinals in doubles at the Charlottesville Challenger, partnering with former UVA teammate Thai-Son Kwiatkowski (11/4)
2018 Highlights • Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the main draw of singles at the Manacor (Spain) Futures and then won his first round match to advance to the Round of 16 (1/18)
• Was the runner-up in doubles at the Manacor Futures tournament, his first action of the season (1/21)
• Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the main draw at the Little Rock Futures, and then advancing to the Round of 16


USA Flag Ryan Shane
(Class of 2016)
ATP Tour Bio
Current
Ranking
Singles
475

Doubles
775
Career High
Ranking
Singles
424 (11/13/17)
Doubles
751 (1/15/18)
Last
Tournament
 Newport Beach Challener (1/20-21)
• Singles: Qualifying
Up Next  TBD
Career Titles Singles: 4 Futures
Doubles: 2 Futures
2017 Highlights • Advanced to back-to-back quarterfinals at the Tulas and Wichita Futures Tournaments
• Made the doubles semifinals at the Vancouver Challenger, partnering with JC Aragone (8/20)
• Won the singles and doubles titles at the Laguna Niguel Futures tournament, partnering with former Tar Heel Ronnie Schneider in doubles (9/24)
• Was the runner-up in singles a week later at the Fountain Valley Futures, falling in a third-set tiebreaker to Ronnie Schneider, his doubles partner from the week before (10/1). The loss in the finals snapped a nine-match win streak
• Closed out the year by winning the singles title at the Tallahassee Futures tournament, his second Futures title of the year
2018 Highlights


RETIRED PLAYERS ON TOUR
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Player


Career
High
Singles
Career
High
Doubles
Career Titles
USA Flag Robert Abendroth
(Class of 2001)
965 759  
Greece Flag Teddy Angelinos
(Class of 2008)
251 373 Singles: 7 Futures
Doubles: 8 Futures
USA Flag Jen Callen
(Class of 1994)
450 505
USA Flag Darrin Cohen
(Class of 2006)
1111 769 Doubles: Futures: 1 title
Drew Courtney
(Class of 2006)
212 Doubles: Futures: 2 titles
USA Flag Rodney Crowley
(Class of 1980)
369 89  
India Flag Somdev Devvarman
(Class of 2008)
62 139 •Singles: Lexington Challenger ('08), Izmir Challenger ('10) New Delhi Challenger ('14), New Delhi Challenger ('15), Winnetka Challenger (15), 4 Futures
•Doubles: Sarasota Challenger ('13), Kolkata Challenger ('15), 4 Futures
USA Flag Mitchell Frank
(Class of 2015)
503 884 Singles: Two Futures
USA Flag Jarmere Jenkins
(Class of 2013)
190 202 Singles: 8 Futures
Doubles: West Lakes Challenger ('14),
9 Futures
USA Flag Milo Johnson
(Class of 2010)
1320  
USA Flag Geoff Macdonald
(Class of 1981)
314 229  
Flag Marko Miklo
(Class of 2007)
1172 1351  
USA Flag Huntley Montgomery
(Class of 2001)
383 98 Singles: Futures: Two titles
Doubles: CH: Binghamton ('05), Forest Hills ('05), Besancon ('05), Bronx ('04), Binghamton ('04), Aptos ('04), Mexico City ('03), Fresno ('02), Waco ('02)
Futures: 13 titles
USA Flag Rylan Rizza
(Class of 2006)
870 217 Doubles: Futures: 10 titles
USA Flag Adam Scheinman
(Class of 1981)
743 337  
USA Flag Michael Shabaz
(Class of 2011)
394 482 Singles: 4 Futures
Doubles: 2 Futures
USA Flag Justin Shane
(Class of 2014)
806  577 Singles: One Futures
Doubles: One Futures
USA Flag Lee Singer
(Class of 2010)
  1420  
India Flag Sanam Singh 266 138 Singles: 7 Futures
Doubles: Bangalore Challenger ('15), Pune Challenger ('14), Kolkata Challenger ('14), New Delhi Challenger ('14), 3 Futures
USA Flag Doug Stewart
(Class of 2006)
1400 1295  
USA Flag Brian Vahaly
(Class of 2001)
64 94 Singles: CH: Calabasas ('05), Tallahassee ('05), Aptos ('02), Tallahassee ('02), Hamilton ('02)
Futures: Five titles
Doubles: CH: Bronx ('05), College Station ('04), Waikoloa ('04)
USA Flag Dillon Walker
(Class of 2005)
-- 1400  


* players who have had a career singles or doubles ranking according to the ATP website.