Your U.S. Men's Clay Court favorites have been up to quite a bit, both on and off the court, this season. Here's what you've missed on the ATP World Tour!
- After an impressive run to the semifinals at Wimbledon and the quarterfinals at the US Open, two-time U.S. Clay finalist Sam Querrey became the new American No.1.
- The Race to Milan continues for the #NextGenATP, with a few familiar faces climbing up the ranks, including USA’s Jared Donaldson, Frances Tiafoe, and Ernesto Escobedo, as well as South Korea's Hyeon Chung.
- 2015 U.S. Clay champion Jack Sock and two-time semifinalist Feliciano Lopez had some off court fun last week, as they both celebrated their birthday.
- Last week marked the 20th anniversary of Roger Federer earning his first ATP rankings points, debuting at world No.803. Today, the 36-year-old sits at No.2.
- 2015 U.S. Clay semifinalist Kevin Anderson jumped to world No.15 after an incredible run to the US Open final.