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Introducing the Miami 2017 ATP University graduating class!

Opelka, Krueger Lead ATP University Miami Graduates

Players learn about the inner workings of the ATP World Tour and tips to apply to their personal and professional careers

Where can you spend time with your fellow players and learn more about the ATP World Tour? ATP University! Classes again commenced in Miami with 14 players eager to learn more about the ATP World Tour, including giving back, media relations, nutrition, player relations, social media, medical services and personal finance. Outside of their interactive sessions, players also enjoyed delicious dinners and a group trip to a Miami Heat game.

At the end of the three days of sessions, the ATP IQ test was won by Mitchell Krueger, who happily took hope the coveted GoPro prize.

“I think I’ll remember this for a long time,” said Krueger. “It’s good getting together with everyone. I learned a lot.”

“It was great for me,” said Thiago Monteiro. “I learned a lot about the ATP and I’m very happy and proud to be a part of this. I will take this with me for the rest of my career.”

“It was great. I really learned a lot. I was fortunate enough to sit next to Noah Rubin and that really helped me and got me more engaged,” joked Reilly Opelka.

The Miami 2017 graduates included Krueger, Monteiro, Opelka, Rubin, Marcelo Arevalo, Ariel Behar, Ernesto Escobedo, Jason Jung, Nicolas Kicker, Jozef Kovalik, Stefan Kozlov, Michael Mmoh, Jordan Thompson and Andrew Whittington.

“Everyone did a fantastic job. I think it was a well put-together weekend,” said Mmoh.

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