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Pro Media & News

American collegians ready

for 2019 US Open

Brian Ormiston  |  August 19, 2019
<h2>American collegians ready</h2>
<h1>for 2019 US Open</h1>
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Once again, there will be a large contingent of American collegiate players enjoying the spotlight of the US Open in 2019. A total of 23 current or former collegians are either in the qualifying draw or main draw for singles competition. The overall number of American collegians at the 2019 US Open will likely grow when the doubles draws are released on USOpen.org

 

The highest-ranked homegrown former collegians are WTA No. 35 Danielle Collins (pictured above) and ATP No. 14 John Isner.

 

The US Open Qualifying Tournament begins on Aug. 19 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, while main-draw action kicks off Aug. 26. The full list of American collegians in action includes:

 

Women Singles Qualifying

Player – School – Last Season on Team

Robin Anderson – UCLA – 2015 

Nicole Gibbs – Stanford – 2013 

Danielle Lao – USC – 2012 

(WC) Jamie Loeb – North Carolina – 2015 

 

Women Singles Main Draw

Player – School – Last Season on Team

(WC) Kristie Ahn – Stanford – 2012 

Jennifer Brady – UCLA – 2015 

Danielle Collins – Virginia – 2016

(WC) Francesca Di Lorenzo – Ohio State – 2017 

 

Men Singles Qualifying

Player – School – Last Season on Team

(WC) JC Aragone – Virginia – 2017 

(WC) Jenson Brooksby – Baylor – Incoming Freshman

(WC) Maxime Cressy – UCLA – 2019 

Thai-Son Kwiatkowski – Virginia – 2017 

(WC) Govind Nanda – UCLA – Rising Sophomore

(WC) Sam Riffice – Florida – Rising Sophomore

Noah Rubin – Wake Forest – 2015 

(WC) Alex Rybakov – TCU – 2019 

(WC) JJ Wolf – Ohio State – 2019 

 

Men Singles Main Draw

Player – School – Last Season on Team

(WC) Chris Eubanks – Georgia Tech – 2017 

(WC) Marcos Giron – UCLA – 2014 

John Isner – Georgia – 2007 

Steve Johnson – USC – 2012 

Bradley Klahn – Stanford – 2012 

Tennys Sandgren – Tennessee – 2011 

(Mackenzie McDonald – UCLA – 2016 – withdrawn due to injury)

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