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Ryan Harrison
  • Nationality: USA (United States )
  • Birthdate: May 07, 1992
  • Birthplace: Shreveport, Louisiana
  • Residence: Boca Raton, Florida, USA
  • Turned Pro: 2007
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Coach: Pat Harrison and Jay Berger
  • 2013 Final Ranking: 100
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Began playing at age two...Nicknamed "Harry"...Father, Pat, played collegiate tennis at Oklahoma State and Mississippi before a brief pro career in futures and ... Read Full Bio

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Nadal Routs Hewitt In Miami; Sharapova, Serena Survive While Djokovic Gets Walkover
at 2:30am. Earlier, the American men fell hard again. While John Isner survived a spirited effort from Donald Young in three sets, Ryan Harrison, Sam Querrey and Jack Sock all lost leaving the 6-foot-10 former Georgia star the only American man into the third round for the second tou...

Federer, Djokovic Headline The Day In Miami; Defending Champion Murray On At Night
David Ferrer who returns from injury are also in action. The first round men's concluded yesterday with Americans Sam Querrey, Ryan Harrison, Donald Young and Jack Sock advancing. Bernard returned returned from hip surgery but was treated rudely by Jarkko Nieminen losing in a rec...

Nadal Tested; Djokovic, Isner on Sunday at Indian Wells
notable results No. 17 Kevin Anderson dismissed former No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt 7-6(5), 6-4; No. 13 Fabio Fognini beat back American Ryan Harrison 5-7, 6-1, 6-4; and No. 29 Andrea Seppi escaped American Sam Querrey 4-6, 7-6(3), 6-3. In women's second-round play on Saturday, five see...

Previews: Serena Williams, Nadal Lead WTA/ATP Events This Week
likely vs. (WC) Baghdatis 2nd rd., and (2) Isner vs. the hot-handed Iron Mike first round...Wildcards went to Baghdatis and Americans Ryan Harrison and Jack Sock...Pulling from the event were the constantly injured American Brian Baker and Serb Janko Tipsarevic...The Bryan brothers are ...

2013 Tennis-X Awards: Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams Grab Multiple Honors
end nothing could top this marvel on ingenuity from the under-appreciated Agniezska Radwanska: Honorable Mention: Nadal slice winner v Harrison (US Open), Federer backhand winner v Dodig (IW), Dimitrov volley winner v Haas (Washington), Azarenka volley winner v Serena (Cincinnati), ...

Previews: Azarenka vs. Venus at Tokyo; ATP Events
after a bye likely vs. the veteran Baghdatis...Wildcards went to Spain's Pablo Carreno-Busta, South Korea's Hyeon Chung, and American Ryan Harrison...Pulling from the event were Brian Baker, Marin Cilic (suspended), Juan Monaco and Andreas Seppi...Returning champs in the field are Monac...

Roger Federer Interview - Indian Wells, Mar 16
Federer InterviewMarch 16, 2011INDIAN WELLS, CALIFORNIA - BNP PARIBAS OPENR. FEDERER/R. Harrison7-6, 6-3THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.Q. Were you suitably impressed with the match tonight? I mean, the opponent, and what do you feel you got out of it?ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I mean, ...

Ryan Harrison Interview - Indian Wells, Mark 16
Harrison InterviewMarch 16, 2011INDIAN WELLS, CALIFORNIA - BNP PARIBAS OPENR. FEDERER/R. Harrison7-6, 6-3THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.Q. So someday when you're sitting around the Thanksgiving table with your kids years and years from now, what will you say when you talk about th...

Roddick Rocked by Tipsarevic at US Open, Is Harrison the New Guy?
Venus Bagels Kvitova; Federer v Harrison, Djokovic, Roddick, Serena Today In Miami
Federer on Harrison Slight, Davis Cup, Turning 30
Rafael Nadal Hit This Scorcher Of A Shot Against Ryan Harrison Monday [Video]
Fish Forges Ahead in Atlanta, Faces Harrison in SF; Almagro v. Simon in Hamburg Final
Watch Ryan Harrison Attack Roger Federer's Serve [Video]

Recent fan comments for Ryan Harrison:


Ryan Harrison is actually the best 1992 born tennis player in the world. I hope he will be the best player in the world in some years.

Posted on April 2, 2011 at 19:06 ET

liz s

Was your grand father Jimmy Harrison? He was my Tennis Coach. Just wondering, thanks, liz

Posted on September 1, 2010 at 16:10 ET

Erik Wassenich

you could have won that 5-set match if you hadn't sent your balls directly at your opponent asking him to "please beat me"! You had so many chances to win if you had placed your shots away from the opponent where he would not have been able to return them. but you chose the easy way!! Work on your game strategy, practice to return balls away from the opponent. Whenever possible, DON'T PLAY RIGHT AT YOUR OPPONENT! Do you have a trainer?

Posted on September 3, 2010 at 15:27 ET

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