Feliciano Lopez became the 10th active player to hit the 500 singles-win milestone in June, aged close to 40, where he defeated 29th-ranked Karen Khachanov in Mallorca. Admired for his classic style of serve-volley tennis, Lopez is the player with the most consecutive Grand Slam appearances, now on 78 following the US Open.
Lopez is the tournament director of the Madrid Open, an event he played each year from 2002-18. He started tennis at the age of five and was coached by his father, Feliciano. A fan of Real Madrid, he Lopez Sandra Gado on his 38th birthday and their son, Dario, was born in January.
Lopez has amassed a string of memorable victories and reached a career-high ranking of No.12 in 2015. His best surface is grass and most recent singles titles came at London in 2017 and 2019, becoming the oldest player to claim both titles at the same event since Ken Rosewall  in 1975. A three-time Wimbledon doubles quarterfinalist, Lopez won the 2016 men’s doubles at Roland Garros with Marc Lopez.
3R: Australian Open
2R: Toronto, Gstaad, Queen’s Club, Geneva