The ATP has announced that four new tennis players have been chosen for the ATP Players Council: Felix Auger-Aliassime (representing ranking 1-25 singles), Jeremy Chardy (51-100 singles), John Millman (1-50 singles) and Andy Murray (overall).
Auger-Aliassime, Chardy, Millman and Murray, one of the unhappy with Novak Djokovic’s position, were chosen by the existing members of the ATP Players Council to fill the vacant positions following the resignations of Djokovic himself, John Isner, Vasek Pospisil and Sam Querrey before the US Open. They will begin their duties with immediate effect.
Additionally, Kevin Anderson, former vice president of the ATP Players Council, will now serve as president.
The ATP Players Council is now as follows:
1-50 singles: Kevin Anderson (President), Felix Auger-Aliassime, John Millman, Rafael Nadal
51-100 singles: Jeremy Chardy, Yen-Hsun Lu
1-100 doubles: Jurgen Melzer, Bruno Soares
Overall: Roger Federer, Andy Murray
Alumni: Colin Dowdeswell
Coaches: Brad Stine