Nishikori, Isner and Kyrgios just some of the big names making up the loaded draw
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Top-ranked American John Isner returns to NYCB LIVE for a third consecutive year.


The New York Open will return to Long Island for the third consecutive year, with top tier players hitting to the home of the black court at NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. The iconic event, being held from February 9 through February 16, is set to feature its strongest player field.

John Isner, the top-ranked American at 19th in the world, and Canadian Milos Raonic, a former Wimbledon finalist and currently ranked 31st, join the list of already committed players, Kei Nishikori, ranked 13th, Australian star Nick Kyrgios, ranked 30th, 2019 champion Reilly Opelka, the 36th ranked player in the world, and 2018 champion Kevin Anderson. Also joining the field is former semifinalist and 44th ranked Sam Querrey, and making his first appearance is Great Britain’s Kyle Edmund, a former 14th ranked player in the world.

“The New York Open has attracted our best field this year,” said Tournament Director Peter Lebedevs. “Nick Kyrgios and Milos Raonic will be making their first appearance at the tournament and the fans will be excited to see them play on the black courts. Kei Nishikori, John Isner and Reilly Opelka, along with Kevin Anderson, are all returning and that is a testament to the fan support for these players and the New York Open.

“There are some new and exciting things for fans to enjoy as well. The first day of qualifying —Sunday, February 9, will be Family Day presented by PGA Tour Superstore and all tickets are free so the entire family can come out. We will also host the New York Open Pickleball Championships during finals weekend, February 14-16, so there are things for everyone at the New York Open.”

The full acceptance list is as follows:

Name Country Rank
Kei Nishikori Japan 13
John Isner United States 19
Nick Kyrgios Australia 30
Milos Raonic Canada 31
Reilly Opelka United States 36
Sam Querrey United States 44
Cameron Norrie Great Britain 53
Ugo Humbert France 57
Miomir Kecmanovic Serbia 59
Jordan Thompson Australia 63
Tennys Sandgren United States 68
Kyle Edmund Great Britain 69
Andreas Seppi Italy 72
Yoshihito Nishioka Japan 73
Yasutaka Uchiyama Japan 81
Steve Johnson United States 85
Soonwoo Kwon South Korea 88
Tommy Paul United States 90
Kevin Anderson South Africa 91
Brayden Schnur (WC) Canada 106

New York Open Player “Fast Facts”

10 countries represented in singles field: United States, Japan, Australia, Canada, Great Britain, France, Serbia, Italy, South Korea and South Africa

Singles field includes four former top 10 players: Kei Nishikori (4), Kevin Anderson (5), Milos Raonic (3), John Isner (8)

Field includes two past champions: Reilly Opelka and Kevin Anderson

Youngest player: Miomir Kecmanovic (20 years, 6 months)

Oldest player: Andreas Seppi (35 years, 11 months)

Tickets for the 2020 New York Open are on sale and can be purchased via either or, at the Ticketmaster Box Office at NYCB LIVE, or by calling 800-745-3000. For more information, visit or