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BB&T Atlanta Open Players Who Remind Us of Dishes Available at the Tournament

If you’re heading to the BB&T Atlanta Open this year make sure you have access to the Lexus lounge where there will be amazing food offerings every day. We took a look at some of those options and at some of the star players from this year’s tournament. Scroll down for our list and tell us if you agree at @atlantaeatstv on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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a composite of tennis player John Isner and the Gamechanger sandwich at Loyal Q

John Isner – Loyal Q
John Isner is the most successful player in the history of the BB&T Atlanta Open, having won the tournament a record four times. He’s a game changer on the court, just like the Gamechanger sandwich at Loyal Q – sliced brisket topped with smoke house sausage, fresh jalapeños and home made pickled onions on a bun.

A composite of tennis players the Bryan Brothers and a dish from Foundation Social Eatery

The Bryan Brothers – Foundation Social Eatery
Two time BB&T Atlanta Open doubles champs, the Bryan Brothers are a crowd favorite at the BB&T Open – the same way Roswell (and Atlanta foodies in general) feel about Foundation Social Eatery. The Brothers, who have great personalities, match the two owners of Foundation – a husband and wife couple who are as welcoming as their food.

A composite image of Sloane Stephens and Madison Keys with dishes from Chai Pani and Bhojanic
Stephens/Keys photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images

Madison Keys vs. Sloane Stephens – Bhojanic vs Chai Pani
Like the two young American stand-out tennis players, both Bhojanic and Chai Pani bring top talent and differing styles to the tournament. Sloane Stephens is known for a calm approach, and rarely making unforced errors. Similar to Stephens, Bhojanic is never aggressive – their homestyle Indian cooking always makes you feel comfortable. Madison Keys, on the other hand, is known for the power she puts into her shots – much like Chai Pani’s powerful flavors in their Indian street food inspired restaurant.

a composite of a dish from Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe and Nick Kyrgios

Nick Kyrgios – Tazikis Mediterranean Cafe
The son of a Greek father, Nick Kyrgios brings a ton of flavor to the court – much like his Lavor Cup captain and friend John McEnroe. The Mediterranean spice Kyrgios shows at every tournament matches the influences you’ll find in each each gyro, grilled meat and dip at Taziki’s.

A composite of Frances Tiafoe and a burger from FarmBurger

Frances Tiafoe – Farmburger
Frances Tiafoe knows fast service – his service speeds have been clocked in at 142 mph. And if you’re in the crowd, that service merits a positive reaction. Much like Farmburger, where you can get a delicious, grass-fed beef burger made your way – all done as fast as one of Tiafoe’s serves.

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