US tennis professional Bradley Klahn has been around the circuit for some time. The Californian made his pro debut in 2012, and at 28 is now one of the more respected players on the US circuit. Having undergone serious surgery in 2015 and endured a long period back to the top, the American is beginning to make waves again with some impressive peformances in recent years.
A career-best 63rd in the ATP Rankings is very impressive, and he presently stands within the Top 100 at 93rd. He’s taken part in an impressive ITF and ATP Challengers record, winning 7 of his 16 Finals. His first win came in the USA F8, defeating Min-hyeok Cho in the Final in March 2013. His most recent win came in July 2017, winning in Gatineau, Canada, defeating Ugo Humbert.
This broke a trying run of four losses on the spin from 2017-2018, and marked a return to form for a player who looked to have missed out through injury. Now getting back to the undoubted quality that he showed prior to his injuries, it’s easy to see Klahn returning to the Top 100 and moving towards challenging for WTA Tour trophies in the near future.