|Former Men's Houston Tennis Champions:
2009 Lleyton Hewitt
2008 Marcel Granollers
2007 Ivo Karlovic
2006 Mardy Fish
2005 Andy Roddick
2004 Tommy Haas
2003 Andre Agassi
2002 Andy Roddick
2001 Andy Roddick
2000 Fernando Gonzalez
1999 Magnus Norman
1998 Jim Courier
1997 Michael Chang
1996 Fernando Meligeni
1995 Thomas Enqvist
1994 Jared Palmer
1993 Jaime Yzaga
1992 Jaime Yzaga
1991 Richey Reneberg
1980 Paul McNamee
The latest Houston tournament news:
- Tiafoe Saves Matchpoint, Takes Stuttgart Over Struff, Will Crack Top 10
- ead meetings, Tiafoe is ahead of Struff 2-1.
Tiafoe captures his 3rd career title and second of year after Houston. Tiafoe now has titles on all three surfaces and the win puts him into the Top 10 for a first time.
- Nadal Not Playing So Alcaraz Leads Barcelona Field; Tsitsipas, Ruud, Sinner In Hunt
Notes: It should be smooth sailing for Ruud out to the quarters. Tiafoe just won a clay title in Houston and has been in form, so a quarterfinal collision between those two would be entertaining.
CASPER RUUD QUA...
- Ruud Looks To Get Back On Track On The Estoril Clay; Hurkacz, Schwartzman, Shelton, Thiem n Field
- Baez, Ramos Vinolas.
Last year, Sebastian Baez defeated (5) Frances Tiafoe 6-3, 6-2. Tiafoe is playing in Houston this week.
LAST 10 ESTORIL CHAMPIONS/FINALS
2022 Sebastian Baez d Frances Tiafoe 6-3 6-2
2021 Albert Ram...
- Americans Tiafoe, Paul, Isner Lead ATP Houston
- Americans hold the Top 5 seeds at the clay event in Houston this week.
Top seed Frances Tiafoe leads the way followed by Australian Open semifinalist Tommy Paul and former champion John Isner.
Top seeds are: 1 Frances Tia...
- Djokovic Drops French Open Points; Big 3 Not In ATP Top 2 For First Time Since 2003
- lowed by Federer who took the second spot the next day on November 17 after winning the ATP Masters Finals in Houston.
Djokovic and Nadal are on the heels at No. 3 and No. 4 but Djokovic will lose his Wimbledon points in a ...
- Opelka Takes Down Isner For Houston Title in Tallest Ever Tennis Final
- n the tallest pro final ever, Reilly Opelka topped his countryman and buddy John Isner 6-3, 7-6(7) to win the Houston title.
It's Opelka's fourth career ATP title -- second of 2022 -- and first on clay. He also leads Isner 5...
- Opelka Ousts Kyrgios, Will Face Isner In Giant Houston Final
- Two of the biggest to ever swing the racquet will meet in an all-American final in Houston as Reilly Opelka will face John Isner.
Opelka ended the run of Nick Krygios 6-3, 7-5. It's his third final of 2022 after a title in D...
- Norrie Captures First Title In Los Cabos, Denies Teen Nakashima
- up short in trying to become the youngest American ATP Tour titlist since 19-year-old Andy Roddick lifted the Houston trophy in 2002.