The Delray Beach Open by has announced its partnership with TennisONE and the new official app of this year’s event.

Created by Minneapolis sports tech start-up Bleachr LLC, the app’s exciting features include live scoring, interactive draws, and social games which will elevate the experience at Delray Beach for tennis fans around the world as much as those who are courtside. The app is now available on both iOS and Android and can be downloaded today in the App Store and on Google Play.

“This going to be really cool. It’s always good for fans to have a 1-stop shop for scores, draws and all the fan-musts, but we were interested in going next level with live streaming from our practice courts, daily picks games and other interactive fun,” said Mark Baron, Tournament Director. “The app will also be the first place we announce the schedule for the following day and exclusive pop-promos. You never know when I might get an itch to make an offer fans can’t refuse!”

Over the past three years, TennisONE has been the mobile app developer-of-choice for more than a dozen ATP and WTA tour events around the world, including Rogers Cup in Montreal, Coupe Rogers in Toronto, Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati, Hall of Fame Open in Newport, New York Open, BB&T Atlanta Open, Citi Open, Winston-Salem Open, Volvo Car Open in Charleston, Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic in San Jose, Ladies Open Lausanne, and Swiss Open Gstaad. 

“We are honored to be designated as the official mobile app partner of the Delray Beach Open,” said Kristin Geer, Bleachr’s Chief Executive Officer. “We’re excited to offer fans a one-of-a-kind mobile experience to follow their favorite players, watch them live on the practice court, and play Daily Quick Picks to win prizes.”

The TennisONE App is the year-round, global mobile hub for all-things tennis. In addition to providing live scoring, the TennisONE App has AI “ball tracer” technology, player stats, social games, and tennis news. TennisONE is a product of Bleachr, the leading mobile sports app provider, whose patented geofence technology has powered more than 10 million fan interactions across hundreds of global sporting events. 

The 10-day Delray Beach Open by will open Valentine’s Day weekend (Friday, Feb. 14 – Sunday, Feb. 16) with the ATP Champions Tour team event and a special exhibition match starring Delray Beach’s own Coco Gauff playing the first-ever women’s match in tournament history. The ATP Champions Team Europe vs Team World match-up will showcase tennis legends David Ferrer, James Blake, Tommy Haas, Marcos Baghdatis and other fan-favorites.

On President’s Day, Monday, Feb. 17, the game’s reigning stars will take center court for the ATP 250 matches;  Bob and Mike Bryan, the winningest team of all-time, will make their final Tour appearance in Delray Beach on Wednesday, Feb. 19; and the event will conclude with the ATP 250 finals on Sunday, Feb. 23.

Individual tickets for all sessions are on sale now and start as low as $30. See the full lineup of offers, parties, special events, food and beverage options and more at