Every week, Baseline will look at the American players that are making waves from the ITF, ATP and WT tours.

Here are this week's biggest American results:


Davis Cup

The Bryan brothers are not slowing down for their final season on tour. The brothers won their last Davis Cup match to propel the United States into the Davis Cup finals. The Americans will be the No. 5 seeds in the 18-country final in November.



Champion, Lyon

If anyone is having the greatest season of their life, it's Sofia Kenin. After winning the Australian Open, the American just won the inaugural Lyon Open title, helping her reach a career-high ranking of world No. 4. It was a little bit of a relief after losing in the first round in Dubai and Doha.


#Open6emeSensML @Open6emeSensML pic.twitter.com/os8En1VRY1 — Sofia Kenin (@SofiaKenin) March 9, 2020



Champion, Oracle Challenger Indian Wells

Steve Johnson nearly swept the Oracle Challenger in Indian Wells, losing only one set in the first round to Marc Polmans. He now owns the highest win percentage of any player in 2020, currently sitting at a 15-2 record (on the ATP and ATP Challenger tours).


Steve Johnson bags his 2nd @ATPChallenger title of the season in Indian Wells! ????@SJohnson89 | @OracleChallngrs | #TeamUSATennis ????????pic.twitter.com/fq8bQ1hVUT — USTA (@usta) March 8, 2020



Finalist, Oracle Challenger Indian Wells

Despite not winning it all, Jack Sock has made a big career turnaround in recent weeks. This was his first final and five-match winning streak since 2017. The 27-year-old started 2020 unranked, and is now back up to world No. 384. Could 2020 truly be the #ComebackSzn that Sock is hoping for?


Doubles Champions, Oracle Challenger Indian Wells

The doubles final in Indian Wells was an all-American battle with Denis Kudla and Thai-Son Kwiatkowski taking on Sebastian Korda and Mitchell Krueger. It went down to a deciding super tiebreaker.