Brayden Schnur (born July 4, 1995 in Pickering, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian professional tennis player. He reached a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 92 on August 19, 2019 and a career-high ATP doubles ranking of No. 251 on March 8, 2021.
In 2013, Schnur became the first Canadian man to win the G1 junior tournament in Repentigny. At the Rogers Cup in 2014, he qualified for his first ATP main draw with wins over world No. 94 Matthew Ebden and 9th seed Yūichi Sugita. He lost to world No. 51 Andreas Seppi in the first round. In 2015, he was part of the Canadian team at the Pan American Games in Toronto where he made it to the quarterfinals in singles. Schnur was a part of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill tennis team from January 2014 to May 2016. He turned professional in July 2016 at the Rogers Cup. In 2019, Schnur reached his first ATP final at the 250 Series in Uniondale, defeating his first two top-50 players world No. 34 Steve Johnson and world No. 49 Sam Querrey respectively in the second round and in the semifinals. He was defeated by Reilly Opelka in three sets in the final.
Schnur was born in Pickering, Ontario to Chris Schnur and Anne-Marie Nielsen and has a younger sister Amanda. He first started playing tennis at the age of eight, on public courts near his home in Pickering, Ontario. Schnur left home at the age of 14 and moved to Bradenton, Florida where he would train with Heath Turpin. He was part of Tennis Canada's National Training Centre in Montréal from 2011 to 2013 under the guidance of Guillaume Marx.
NB The ATP Masters 1000 tournament in Cincinnati was played in New York City, the French Open was played in September and after the US Open, and the Italian Open was also played in September and after the ATP Masters 1000 in New York City/Cincinnati, and the 2020 Olympic Games were postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
NB The ATP Masters 1000 tournament in Indian Wells was played in October and after the tournament in Cincinnati due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021.