Thai-Son Kwiatkowski, from Charlottesville, Virginia is the highest ranked player with a current Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) singles ranking of No. 226. He played for the University of Virginia and was the 2017 NCAA Singles Champion.
Dominic Stephan Stricker from Grosshochstetten, Switzerland is the next highest ranked player at No. 281 on the ATP computer. In 2020, Stricker won the French Open junior singles and doubles title.
Other ATP-ranked players included in the main draw were Australia's Jason Kubler (No. 282) and Akira Santillan (No. 293), Japan's Shuichi Sekiguchi (No. 317) and Kaichi Uchida (No. 344), India's Sasikumar Mukund (No. 322), Cyprus' Petros Chrysochos (No. 355) and the United States' Sekou Bangoura (No. 387).
The Ursula Beck Pro Tennis Classic in Decatur will be the first professional men's tennis tournament held in the U.S. since the coronavirus shutdowns, tournament director Chuck Kuhle announced on Monday.