• ATP 250 Atlanta, Gstaad, Umag 7/21 - 7/27 2014

    Wimbledon champs to play doubles in Atlanta

    SOCK, POSPISIL MAKE AMERICAN DEBUT


    ATLANTA – Saturday, July 19, 2014 -- Wimbledon doubles champs American Jack Sock and Canadian Vasek Pospisil are scheduled to partner in the BB&T Atlanta Open doubles draw.

    The BB&T Atlanta Open is their second event playing doubles together after a successful debut in England. The duo defeated Mike and Bob Bryan, the 2013 Wimbledon titlists, in the Wimbledon final (7-6(5), 6-7(3), 6-4, 3-6, 7-5.

    Pospisil and Sock are also competing in the singles draw as well. Pospisil is a newcomer to Atlanta while Sock is returning for his third time. Sock was a quarterfinalist in 2012.

    “Our tournament continues to break new ground with the exciting news that two reigning Grand Slam players will debut in the United States here in Atlanta,” Tournament Director and Chief Development Officer Eddie Gonzalez said.

    The doubles draw will also include top Americans Sam Querrey and Steve Johnson, who are playing doubles and singles. Querrey and Johnson reached the finals of the 2011 Tiburon Challenger.

    University of Alabama teammates and qualifying wild cards Korey Lovett and Becker O’Shaughnessey, of Macon, were added to the draw. Kennesaw’s Robby Ginepri and Ryan Harrison, who have wild cards in the main draw, were also in the doubles draw.

    In other news, defending champion John Isner will be the top seed in the main draw singles. The former Georgia Bulldog NCAA champion also is a two-time finalist here. The second seed is Kevin Anderson, who lost to Isner in last year’s three-set final.

    Other seeds include No. 3 Gael Monfils of France, No. 4 Pospisil, No. 5 Radek Stepanek, No. 6 Denis Istomin, No. 7 Yen-Hsun Lu and No. 8 Marinko Matosevic. Richard Gasquet has withdrawn from singles for a non-medical reason.

    University of Georgia’s Nathan Pasha has accepted a main draw singles wild card after his teammate, Austin Smith, withdrew today. Pasha, of Atlanta, was named an All-American in 2014. He is also a two-time All-SEC player and has been ranked No. 30 in the country by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.
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