Tennis is a sport that has been around for centuries, but it continues to be a popular pastime for people of all ages. It is a game that requires skill and strategy, making it a great way to challenge yourself and stay active.
Whether you are playing recreationally or competitively, tennis offers a fun way to stay connected to friends, family, and the community. With its fast-paced action, it’s no wonder that tennis is a hit with players of all levels.
- Serena Williams
- Martina Navratilova
- Steffi Graf
- Chris Evert
- Margaret Court
- Billie Jean King
- Novak Djokovic
- Rafael Nadal
- Roger Federer
- Pete Sampras
- John McEnroe
- Andre Agassi
- Rod Laver
- Jimmy Connors
- Ivan Lendl
- Björn Borg
- Carlos Alcaraz
- Andy Murray
- Daniil Medvedev
- Felix Auger Aliassime
- Hubert Hurkacz
- Taylor Fritz
- Stefanos Tsitsipas
- Casper Ruud
- Andrey Rublev
- Nick Kyrgios
- Alexander Zverev
- John Isner
- Denis Shapovalov
- Jannik Sinner
- Grigor Dimitrov
- Pablo Carreño Busta
- Frances Tiafoe
- Cameron Norrie
- Matteo Berrettini
- Fabio Fognini
- Holger Rune
- David Goffin
- Stan Wawrinka
- Tommy Paul
- Karen Khachanov
- Lorenzo Musetti
- Diego Schwartzman
- Maxime Cressy
- Aslan Karatsev
- Dominic Thiem
- Thiago Monteiro
- Laslo Đere
- Mackenzie McDonald
- Ben Shelton
1. Serena Williams
- Richard Williams (1994–2022)
- Oracene Price (1994–2003)
- Patrick Mouratoglou (2012–2022)
- Eric Hechtman (2022)
- Rennae Stubbs (2022)
Serena Williams is the most successful tennis player of all time, with 27 Grand Slam titles including 18 singles majors. Serena was born in Saginaw, Michigan and turned pro in 1995.
She retired from professional tennis after winning her 22nd major at the US Open in September 2022. Serena has been coached by Richard Williams (1994-2022), Oracene Price (1994-2003) and Patrick Mouratoglou (2012-2022).
Rennae Stubbs will coach her for the next two years. Her prize money totals $94 million. Serena Williams is one of the greatest tennis players of all time and has held many accolades, including being the No. 1 ranked player in the world for 14 years.
She has won 23 tournaments throughout her career, with eight doubles titles to her credit as well. Serena also competed at two Olympic Games - winning a gold medal in 2012 - and reached the final of four Grand Slams (Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open).
Outside of tennis, she founded her own fashion line which became a huge success worldwide; furthermore she is an advocate for women's rights and charitable work.
Also Played For: united states tennis, clay court
2. Martina Navratilova
- 17th in all-time rankings
Navratilova is a 17-time Grand Slam singles champion, and was the world's top player for much of the 1980s. She turned professional in 1974, and won her first major title at Wimbledon that year.
Navratilova has played on some of the greatest stages of tennis history, including winning four US Open titles (in 1978, 1984, 1988 and 1996). After retiring from competition in 2006, she became a commentator for various tennis events around the world.
Martina Navratilova is a former world No. 1 and one of the greatest tennis players in history. She won 47 singles titles, including 19 Grand Slams (the four major tournaments: Wimbledon, US Open, Australian Open, French Open).
Her record at doubles was even more impressive – she teamed up with partner Pam Shriver to win 18 Grand Slam titles together.
After her retirement from professional tennis in 1993, Martina became a commentator for various channels around the world. In 2004 she competed in the Olympic Games as part of the mixed doubles event with Tony Roche; they were successful and eventually took home gold medals.
Also Played For: tennis doubles, women's tennis
3. Steffi Graf
- 16th in all-time rankings
Steffi Graf was a dominant player in the late 1980s and early 1990s, winning 16 Grand Slam titles. She retired from professional tennis in 1999 after suffering a series of injuries.
Graf is now an ambassador for UNICEF and has worked to raise awareness about child poverty around the world. In 2004, she was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Steffi Graf is one of the greatest tennis players in history and holds many records.
She has won 107 singles titles, including three at the Grand Slam tournaments—the Australian Open, French Open, and Wimbledon. Her career record is 900-115 (88.7%), making her third all-time on the list of leading winners in professional tennis behind Billie Jean King and Margaret Court.
Steffi also achieved great success in doubles competitions, winning 11 titles together with different partners throughout her illustrious career from 1987 to 1996. Notably she was part of five consecutive Olympic gold medal teams between 1988 and 1992.
Also Played For: tennis clay court
4. Chris Evert
- Australian Open: W (1982, 1984)
- French Open: W (1974, 1975, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1985, 1986)
- Wimbledon: W (1974, 1976, 1981)
- US Open: W (1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1982)
Chris Evert was a world-famous tennis player who won numerous titles and accolades during her career. She first became known as an elite player in the 1970s, when she reached the semifinals of Wimbledon twice.
Chris Evert retired from professional play in 1989 after winning 157 singles championships. In 1995, she was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame alongside fellow legends Billie Jean King and Rod Laver.
Since retiring from competitive play, Chris Evert has continued to work as a television commentator and coach for junior players around the world.
Chris Evert was one of the most successful female athletes in history. She won 32 career singles titles and reached the No.
1 ranking on three occasions (1975, 1977, 1978). In doubles she won 31 titles with partner Martina Navratilova and Olympic gold medals in 1988 with Pam Shriver. Her total earnings from tennis were estimated at over $100 million.
After retiring from professional tennis in 1993, Chris Evert embarked on a successful coaching career which has seen her work with several top-level players including Serena Williams and Venus Williams.
5. Margaret Court
- Australian Open: W (1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973)
- French Open: W (1962, 1964, 1969, 1970, 1973)
- Wimbledon: W (1963, 1965, 1970)
- US Open: W (1962, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1973)
- Australian Open: W (1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973)
- French Open: W (1964, 1965, 1966, 1973)
- Wimbledon: W (1964, 1969)
- US Open: W (1963, 1968, 1970, 1973, 1975)
Margaret Court was born in Albury, Australia on 16 July 1942. She turned pro in 1960 and won her first major title at the Australian Open that year. She went on to win 92 titles during her career, including six Wimbledon Championships and five French Opens.
Her highest ranking came in 1962 when she became world number one for the first time. Margaret retired from professional tennis in 1977 but continued to play exhibition matches until 1980. In 1979 she was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame as a member of the "Women's Pro Era".
Margaret currently resides in Perth, Australia with her husband Greg Norman and their two children Michael and Alicia Jr. Margaret Court was a world-famous tennis player.
Who won seven Wimbledon championships, three US Open titles and two Australian Opens. She also won numerous doubles championships with her partner Chris Evert.
Margaret Court is most famous for winning the women's singles title at the 1966 Aussie Open, which made her the first woman to win a Grand Slam in singles competition.
In 1975 she became the first female athlete ever to be honoured with an Order of Australia medal (the highest civilian honour).
Margaret Court retired from professional tennis in 1979 but continued to play on tour until 1984; since then she has devoted herself mainly to charity work and writing autobiographies.
6. Billie Jean King
- 1965: U.S. Championships
- 1966: Wimbledon
- 1967: Wimbledon (2)
- 1967: U.S. Championships
Billie Jean King is a retired American tennis player who was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1987. Born in 1943, Billie Jean Moffitt turned pro in 1968 and won seven Grand Slam singles titles during her career, including five Wimbledon championships and one US Open title.
She also reached the finals of other major tournaments, including the Australian Open three times and the French Open twice. In 1990 she retired from professional tennis following a victory over Navratilova at the US Open final.
Since then she has continued to play exhibition matches and work as an ambassador for various charities, most notably The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF).
Billie Jean King is a tennis legend and the best female player of all time. She holds records for most singles titles (19) and doubles titles (37), as well as being the first woman to win multiple Grand Slams in both singles and doubles.
Billie Jean started playing tennis as a child, quickly becoming one of America's top players. She won her first major title at the US Open in 1967, and went on to dominate women’s professional tennis throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s.
In 1973, she became only the second person ever to win five consecutive Grand Slam singles titles – a feat that still stands today. Her other grand slam wins include Wimbledon in 1965, 1967, 1968, 1970 & 1971; the French Open in 1972; and Australian Open in 1975.
After retiring from competitive play following her victory at the 1984 US Open – which made her an honorary member of both men’s AND women’s professional golf clubs - she turned her attention to promoting AIDS education initiatives across America through The Magic Foundation.
One year after receiving an award from then-President George H W Bush honoring her work with The Magic Foundation, she received another prestigious honor when President Bill Clinton presented her with his Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Throughout it all, however, it has always been about making people happy – whether by entertaining them on stage or simply giving back through philanthropic endeavors like founding The Magic Foundation.
7. Novak Djokovic
- Australian Open: W (2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2023)
- French Open: W (2016, 2021)
- Wimbledon: W (2011, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022)
- US Open: W (2011, 2015, 2018)
- Tour Finals: W (2008, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2022)
- Olympic Games: 2008
- Australian Open: 1R (2006, 2007)
- French Open: 1R (2006)
- Wimbledon: 2R (2006)
- US Open: 1R (2006)
- Olympic Games: 2R (2016)
- Olympic Games: SF – 4th (2020)
- Davis Cup: W (2010)
- Hopman Cup: F (2008, 2013)
Novak Djokovic is a Serbian professional tennis player who has won four Grand Slam singles titles, including two at Wimbledon. He was born in 1987 and turned pro in 2003.
Djokovic boasts an 83% career win percentage which places him third on the all-time list of singles champions behind Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
In 2011, he became the first player since Rod Laver to hold all four Grand Slam men's singles titles simultaneously - meaning he had also won the US Open that year as well 2 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events (Indian Wells and Miami).
Djokovic announced his retirement from competitive tennis in September 2018 but returned to competition partway through 2019 season with mixed results thus far Djokovic is a five-time Grand Slam singles champion and two-time doubles champion.
Djokovic has won 62 out of his 77 career singles matches, an impressive 44.6 percent win rate. The Serbian superstar has had some amazing partnerships with players like Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer, who have helped him win multiple Grand Slam titles together.
Djokovic was ranked number one for 302 weeks in the history of the ATP World Tour rankings (from August 2003 to October 2009).
He announced his retirement from professional tennis in November 2018 after capturing his 18th major title at Wimbledon that same year; however, he made a return to competition in 2019 following hip surgery and now resides on the second court at Flushing Meadows Racquet Club.
Also Played For: men's tennis
8. Rafael Nadal
- Australian Open: W (2009, 2022)
- French Open: W (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2022)
- Wimbledon: W (2008, 2010)
- US Open: W (2010, 2013, 2017, 2019)
- Tour Finals: F (2010, 2013)
- Olympic Games: 2008
- Australian Open: 3R (2004, 2005)
- Wimbledon: 2R (2005)
- US Open: SF (2004)
- Olympic Games: -2016
- Davis Cup: W (2004, 2009, 2011, 2019)
Rafael Nadal is a ten-time Grand Slam champion and one of the greatest tennis players in history. He was born on June 3, 1986, in Manacor, Mallorca, Spain.
Nadal began playing professional tennis at the age of 16 and quickly became one of the world's top players. In 2008 he reached No. 1 in the rankings for the first time and held that position until 2013 when he lost to Novak Djokovic.
Since then, he has won four more Wimbledon titles (2014–2017), two US Open Championships (2012; 2017), as well as three French Open Championships (2011; 2012; 2016). Overall his record stands at 1067 wins with 219 losses - 83%.
Rafael Nadal is married to Maria Francisca Perera de Muguruza and they have two children together: sons Rafał Jr., who currently plays basketball for Real Madrid Baloncesto, and David,and daughter Stefanie.
He enjoys philanthropy through his foundation “CaixabankServet” which supports education projects such as scholarships for disadvantaged students across Spain.
Also Played For: spain tennis, spanish tennis
9. Roger Federer
Federer is one of the most successful tennis players of all time and has won numerous accolades, including 17 Grand Slam titles. Federer was born in Basel, Switzerland and started playing tennis at a young age.
In 1998, he turned professional and quickly made a name for himself on the ATP tour. Federer has long been considered one of the greatest athletes in history and holds many records, including being the only player to win seven Wimbledon championships (2006-2016).
Federers retirement from professional tennis was announced in February 2022 after 20 years as a top performer on the ATP circuit. He currently coaches younger players alongside longtime coach Peter Carter but hasn't ruled out returning to competitive play in the future.
Roger Federer is a tennis legend and one of the greatest athletes in history. He has won numerous championships, including 10 Wimbledon titles and six US Open titles. Roger Federer was born in Switzerland on 18 January 1981.
Roger Federer made his professional debut at the age of 17, and went on to win many major tournaments throughout his career, including two Australian Opens and three French Opens.
Roger Federer retired from competitive play after the 2017 ATP World Tour Finals tournament, but he remains a popular figure within the sport -
he recently participated in exhibition matches against Rafael Nadal. Roger Federer has been married to Mirka Vavrinec since 2009; they have two children together.
10. Pete Sampras
- ATP Player of the Year: 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998.
- ITF World Champion: 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998.
Pete Sampras was born on August 12, 1971 in Washington D.C., U.S. He turned pro in 1988 and retired from professional tennis in 2002 after winning 14 Grand Slam titles including seven consecutive Wimbledon Championships between 1990-1996 and 1997 .
Wimbledon title making him the first male player to hold all four major championships at once - men's singles, doubles with partner Jim Courier, mixed doubles with Steffi Graf and wheelchair tennis with Jens Klausing After retiring.
He became a coach for various players such as Tim Gullikson (1992–1995), Vitas Gerulaitis (1994 Rome) and Paul Annacone (1995-2001).
Pete Sampras married Bridgette Wilson in 2000 Pete Sampras was one of the greatest tennis players to ever play. He retired in 2002 after winning 7 grand slam titles including 4 Wimbledon championships, and 2 US Opens.
Pete is also a two-time Olympic gold medalist. In 1991 he became the first player in history to win all four Grand Slam singles tournaments (Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open).
At his peak, Sampras had an 81% career winning percentage which is still currently the highest amongst active male professional athletes in any sport.
11. John McEnroe
- Grand Slam: 1984
- Grand Slam: 1984
- Wimbledon: 1979–1992
- Wimbledon: 1984
- US Open: 1979–1989
McEnroe is the only player to have won four Grand Slam singles titles, including three at the US Open. McEnroe's record in finals is especially impressive: he has lost just six of 77 matches in major finals (8%).
McEnroe was known for his explosive serve and powerful groundstrokes but he also had a strong backhand, which helped him overcome difficult situations on court.
After retiring from professional tennis in 1994, McEnroe became involved with sports broadcasting and business ventures; as of 2013 he was a commentator for ESPN's coverage of Wimbledon tennis tournament.
In 1999, McEnreau was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame alongside legends such as Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova John McEnroe was one of the most successful tennis players of all time.
He is best known for his rivalry with Boris Becker, which culminated in a match at the Australian Open in 1983 that became famously known as "The Battle of the Sexes." After retiring from professional tennis, he has continued to be involved in sport through commentary and coaching roles.
In 1999, John McEnroe was ranked No 1 on Forbes' list of richest athletes ever, with an estimated net worth of $280 million USD. Today he resides in Florida and continues to play competitively at amateur levels.
12. Andre Agassi
- Novak Djokovic (2017–2018), Grigor Dimitrov (2018–2020)
Andre Agassi was one of the greatest tennis players in history. He won 14 Grand Slam titles, including three Wimbledon championships and two US Open championships.
Andre Agassi retired from professional tennis in 2006 after winning a record-breaking number of singles tournaments.
However, he continues to play exhibition matches and is also a coach for younger players.
Andre Agassi was born on April 29th, 1970, in Las Vegas, Nevada. After turning pro at age 16, he went on to win numerous singles titles and set records along the way.
Andre Agassi has always been known for his explosive serve-and-volley game; however, he can also hit powerful groundstrokes with either hand if need be.
In 2006 Andre Agassi became only the second male player (after Rod Laver) to achieve career grand slam doubles success with different partners – partnering Leander Paes at the Australian Open that year.
13. Rod Laver
- Australian Open: W (1960, 1962, 1969)
- French Open: W (1962, 1969)
- Wimbledon: W (1961, 1962, 1968, 1969)
- US Open: W (1962, 1969)
- Tour Finals: RR – 2nd (1970)
- WCT Finals: F (1971, 1972)
- US Pro: W (1964, 1966, 1967)
- Wembley Pro: W (1964, 1965, 1966, 1967)
- French Pro: W (1967)
- Australian Open: W (1959, 1960, 1961, 1969)
- French Open: W (1961)
- Wimbledon: W (1971)
- US Open: F (1960, 1970, 1973)
- Australian Open: F (1959)
- French Open: W (1961)
- Wimbledon: W (1959, 1960)
- Davis Cup: W (1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1973)
Rod Laver is one of the most successful tennis players in history, with 1689 singles wins and 538 career titles. He first achieved prominence as a professional in 1963, but it was his performance at the 1969 US Open that saw him crowned champion for the second time.
Laver's success continued into the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, with several more championships to his name - including three Grand Slam victories (at Wimbledon, Australian Open and U.S. Open).
In 1981 he became an International Tennis Hall of Fame inductee alongside legends such as Bill Tilden and Don Budge.
Rod Laver is the most successful male tennis player of all time, with 28 career titles. He was a dominant doubles player, winning two Grand Slams with partner Ken Rosewall. Rod Laver also had a very successful professional career, reaching No. 11 on the ATP rankings in 1971 and 1972.
14. Jimmy Connors
- Andy Roddick (2006–2008), Maria Sharapova (2013), Eugenie Bouchard (2015)
Connors is one of the most successful tennis players of all time and holds a record for most singles titles. Connors first rose to prominence on the professional tour in 1972, winning his first major title that year at the US Open.
He went on to win 109 titles during his career, including 11 majors (the most of any player).
Connors reached No. 1 in 1974 and held this ranking for seven months before losing it to World No. 2 Ilie Năstase. After retiring from playing professionally in 1996, Connors became an ESPN commentator and later served as coach of former world number one Pancho Segura.
In 1998, he was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame Connors was a dominant player in the late 1970s and early 1980s, winning 16 Grand Slam singles titles.
Connors had an impressive record against top players of his era, defeating them 68% of the time. After retiring from professional tennis in 1990, Connors coached several top players including Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras.
15. Ivan Lendl
- Andy Murray (2011 – 2014, 2016 – 2017, 2022-), Alexander Zverev (2018 – 2019)
Ivan Lendl is one of the most successful tennis players in history, with 18 ATP singles titles and 94 career wins. He was born in Czechoslovakia in 1960, but moved to the United States when he was just a child.
Ivan started playing professionally in 1978 and quickly became one of the best players on the circuit. He won his first major title at Wimbledon in 1984 and went on to win six more Major Championships over the next thirteen years – including two consecutive US Open Championships (1986-87).
In 1992, after years of dominating professional tennis, Ivan retired from competition due to injuries sustained during a match against Boris Becker.
Since then, Ivan has been involved in several business ventures – most notably owning an ice cream company called “Ivan’s Ice Cream” which he founded with his wife Christine.
In 2001, he was inducted into International Tennis Hall of Fame as part of its inaugural class alongside Federer, Sampras, Agassi and Martina Navratilova.
Currently aged 62 years old, Ivan is still actively involved within both professional sport and business circles – having served as President for former World No 1 Rafael Nadal's foundation since its inception back in 2013.
16. Björn Borg
- Australian Open: 3R (1974)
- French Open: W (1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981)
- Wimbledon: W (1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980)
- US Open: F (1976, 1978, 1980, 1981)
- Tour Finals: W (1979, 1980)
- WCT Finals: W (1976)
- Australian Open: 3R (1973)
- French Open: SF (1974, 1975)
- Wimbledon: 3R (1976)
- US Open: 3R (1975)
- Davis Cup: W (1975)
Björn Borg is one of the most successful tennis players in history, with a career record of 654–140 (82.4%). He first became famous in 1973 when he came back from retirement to win the Open Era title.
After losing two finals in 1982 and 1983, Björn Borg won eight more titles over his career. In 1987, he was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame and retired from professional play later that year.
He has since been involved in coaching and broadcasting, working as a commentator for both Swedish television and Wimbledon broadcasts throughout the years In 1972, Borg became the youngest player (17 years and 283 days) to win a Grand Slam title at the Australian Open.
In 1975, he won his fourth Wimbledon singles championship and third US Open singles championship.
Borg was one of tennis' greatest all-rounders, winning 82 career titles including 47 doubles championships. He retired from professional tennis in 1981 but made occasional appearances until 1993 before fully retiring in 1996.
In 2006, he was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame and in 2007 received an Honorary Doctorate from Lund University in Sweden where he had attended school as a child.
Björn Borg is also known for his work with charities such as Unicef which helped save millions of children's lives worldwide through programs like "Save The Children".
17. Carlos Alcaraz
- 2020 : ATP Newcomer of the Year
Carlos Alcaraz is a Spanish professional tennis player who turned pro in 2018. He has a career-high singles ranking of World No. 119, achieved in October 2018.
His best result to date came at the Monte Carlo Masters, where he reached the third round before losing to Roger Federer.
Alcaraz also made it through to the second round of the Barcelona Open and Madrid Open tournaments this year, but lost both matches in straight sets against seed players Milos Raonic and Marin Cilic respectively.
In doubles competition, Alcaraz has enjoyed more success with partner Pablo Cuevas; they have won two ATP titles together (the Rome Masters in May 2019 and Marseille Open earlier this year).
Outside of tennis, Carlos enjoys playing football for his local team Villena CF as well as spending time with family and friends.
18. Andy Murray
- Australian Open: F (2010, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2016)
- French Open: F (2016)
- Wimbledon: W (2013, 2016)
- US Open: W (2012)
- Tour Finals: W (2016)
- Olympic Games: (2012, 2016)
- Australian Open: 1R (2006)
- French Open: 2R (2006)
- Wimbledon: 2R (2019)
- US Open: 2R (2008)
- Olympic Games: QF (2021)
- Wimbledon: 3R (2019)
- Olympic Games: -2012
- Davis Cup: W (2015)
- Hopman Cup: F (2010)
Murray is a multiple Grand Slam champion, having won the Australian Open in 2013 and 2016 as well as Wimbledon in 2012 and 2015. He also claimed the US Open title in 2014 after defeating Roger Federer in the final.
Murray has also been successful on tour with 47 career titles including 33 ATP Masters 1000 events (the most of any player) which makes him one of tennis' all-time greats.
In February 2018, Murray announced his retirement from professional tennis effective at the end of 2020 due to ongoing injuries sustained during his playing career; however he will continue to train and compete on an amateur basis thereafter.
Andy Murray was born in 1987 in Glasgow, Scotland, where he began playing competitively aged four for Britannia Boys Club alongside future world No1 Andy Roddick.
 His mother Judy played table tennis while his father Kenny competed internationally at shot putt and discus throw.
The Murrays lived briefly when Andrew was three years old before moving back to Scotland, but spent much time travelling around Europe with their coach Ivan Lendl who saw potential in young Murray's game.
Whilst working with Stefan Edberg, another notable Scottish player at that time. When it came time for high school, Andy decided against attending boarding school like many top players do so instead he attended Royal Aberdeen College.
Where he became captain of both its men's 1A hockey team- winning two national championships -and its rugby first XV.
However given that Andy had already begun training full-time for professional tournaments by then it wasn't until 2005 that we really got to see what this prodigious youngster could do when competing professionally.
Making waves from day one as a qualifier into main draw matches at prestigious events such as Madrid Masters (where he lost only 8 games), Rome Masters,(winning two sets against.
Marat Safin en route), Canada Cup (reaching semifinals) & French Open Juniors losing only 2 sets over 4 rounds robins partnering eventual runner up Mikhail Youzhny.
19. Daniil Medvedev
Daniil Medvedev is a Russian professional tennis player who has achieved success on the ATP Tour and in Grand Slam main draw matches. He currently holds the No.
1 ranking, which he attained in February of this year. Daniil Medvedev was born on February 11th 1996 in Moscow, Russia and began playing tennis at an early age.
His family has a long history of involvement in tennis; his father Sergey played professionally and coached Daniil from a young age.
After progressing through junior tournaments, including winning two ITF titles, Daniil made his ATP debut in 2014 at the Dubai Open aged 18 years old where he reached the quarterfinals with wins over Nikoloz Basilashvili and Ernests Gulbis .
In 2016/2017 season he won 3 singles titles (including 2 Masters 1000s) reaching career-high rankings of world no 4 and no 2 respectively as well as qualifying for all 4 Grand Slams for the first time ever (Australian Open , French Open , Wimbledon & US Open ).
The 2018/2019 season saw him win another 3 singles titles (including one Masters 1000), reach new career-high rankings of world number 5 & world number 1 again as well as qualify for both AustralianOpen & Roland Garros .
As part of Russia’s Davis Cup team, Medvedev has also played extensively throughout Europe resulting in 7 rubbers won against 20 losses (+8). This includes victories over players such as Marin Cilic , David Goffin , Jozef Kovalík etc.
20. Felix Auger Aliassime
Felix Auger Aliassime is a 22-year-old Canadian tennis player who has won four titles on the ATP Tour and reached a career high ranking of No. 6 in November 2022.
Born in Montreal, Canada, Felix Auger Aliassime started playing tennis at age 4 and quickly developed into one of the top junior players in his country.
In 2017, he made his professional debut and soon became one of the most promising young players on the ATP Tour.
His best performance to date came at the French Open where he advanced to the semifinals before losing to eventual champion Novak Djokovic 3–6, 7–5, 7–6(7/5). Outside of tennis, Felix is an avid soccer fan and supports AS Monaco FC throughout their seasons domestically and internationally.
Felix Auger Aliassime is a French professional tennis player. He has achieved some success in the ATP World Tour, including reaching two doubles finals and ranking No. 60 in the world at one point.
Born on September 21, 1997, Felix Auger Aliassime started playing tennis at an early age and quickly rose through the ranks of junior tournaments before making his professional debut in 2018.
In 2019 he reached his first doubles final with fellow Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga but fell short to eventual champions Stan Wawrinka and Pierre Hugues Herbert of Switzerland by four sets to three.
The following year saw him reach another doubles final this time with Italian compatriot Fabio Fognini but they were once again defeated by Swiss duo Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka in straight sets – marking their third consecutive Grand Slam title together as well as their fourth overall.
Despite having several singles wins under his belt (including a victory over Rafael Nadal en route to qualifying for Wimbledon).
It was partnering Tsonga for the second time that would see Felix Auger Aliassime achieve global fame – winning both the Australian Open and French Open titles during their partnership in 2020 respectively.
21. Hubert Hurkacz
Hubert Hurkacz is a Polish tennis player who reached a career-high ranking of No. 10 in November 2022. Hubert Hurkacz has won five singles titles on the ATP Tour and one title on the Grand Slam circuit, both at the Australian Open.
In 2020, Hurkacz became only the second player (after Roger Federer) to win two consecutive editions of the Australian Open men's singles championship, and he also captured his first Roland Garros title that year as well.
He was born in Wrocław, Poland in 1997 but moved to Monaco with his family when he was six years old; this eventually led him to pursue an athletic career in tennis rather than football or rugby like many other young athletes from his hometown region did at that time period.
As part of Team Europe at both the Davis Cup and Olympic Games tournaments during 2018-2021, Hubert helped Poland reach its first ever semifinal appearance in either competition - something which they would not achieve again until 2019.
22. Taylor Fritz
- 2019 Wimbledon Championships
Taylor Fritz is a 25-year-old American professional tennis player who has been ranked No. 9 in the world by the ATP Tour since October 10, 2022. Taylor Fritz reached his career high ranking of No.
8 on October 10, 2022, and has won four singles titles during his career including two at the Australian Open.
Fritz plays right-handed but can also play with both hands backhand; this unique skill set gives him an advantage over many opponents on court.
Taylor Fritz is a professional tennis player who has competed in many tournaments across the world. He first came to prominence as part of the United States Davis Cup team, where he has won several singles and doubles matches.
Taylor Fritz also enjoys considerable success on the ATP Tour, with notable titles including the French Open and Wimbledon championships.
In addition to his career in tennis, Taylor Fritz also works as an analyst for Tennis Channel during Grand Slam tournaments.
23. Stefanos Tsitsipas
Stefanos Tsitsipas is a Greek professional tennis player who has gone on to achieve great success on the ATP tour in recent years. He has won nine singles titles, including three Grand Slams and two Masters tournaments.
Stefanos was born in 1998 in Vouliagmeni, Greece and started playing tennis at a young age with his father accompanying him to training sessions.
After some successful junior seasons, Stefanos turned pro in 2016 and quickly made an impact by reaching the third round of the Australian Open that year. Later that year he also reached the semifinals of Wimbledon before losing to eventual champion Novak Djokovic.
In 2017, Stefanis continued his good form by winning both Indian Wells and Miami Masters where he became only the fourth man ever (after Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal & Andy Murray) to win two consecutive Masters 1000 events after ALSO winning Monte Carlo earlier that season.
His 2018 season saw him reach another final at Rome where he narrowly lost against Juan Martin del Potro; however, his biggest achievement came later when he triumphed over Roger Federer for his first career title at Basel World Championships.
Earning himself € 2 million as well as becoming number one in world rankings for just over a week. As we approach 2019 it looks like Stefanos is gearing up for yet another busy calendar which includes competing.
in Australia again this January while also appearing at several other prestigious ATP Tour tournaments such as Barcelona/Cincy Indoors (both clay courts), Madrid Open etc so far this year.
24. Casper Ruud
Casper Ruud is a professional tennis player from Norway. He has an ATP singles career record of 171-93, and he's won nine titles in that time. Ruud made his debut on the ATP tour in 2015, and since then he's climbed up the rankings to become No.
2 as of September 2022. His main strengths on court are his powerful groundstrokes and serve, which have helped him win many matches against top players in both singles and doubles competitions over the years.
Outside of tennis, Casper Ruud is also involved with several charities work including raising money for cancer research projects - something that he feels very passionately about after losing close family members to cancer diagnosis at young age himself.
As one of the most successful Norwegian tennis players ever, Casper Ruud is sure to continue making a big impact on both Grand Slam tournaments and Davis Cup competition for years to come.
25. Andrey Rublev
Born in Moscow, Russia, Andrey Rublev is a professional tennis player. He has won 12 ATP singles titles and reached the No. 5 ranking on the ATP Tour in 2021.
Rublev's best results have come at Grand Slam tournaments - he made it to the Quarterfinals of the Australian Open in 2019 and was runner-up at Wimbledon that same year.
His biggest victory to date came at the Monte Carlo Masters where he beat Novak Djokovic en route to his first title there. Outside of tennis, Rublev is interested in photography and often posts pictures of his work online.
Andrey Rublev is a Russian professional tennis player. He has been playing professionally since 2013 and has won several ATP Tour singles titles in his career. In doubles, he has achieved some success with partner Oleg Butorin, notably winning the Australian Open title in 2019 together.
His biggest achievement to date came at the 2020 Olympic Games where he reached the final partnering compatriot Maria Sharapova, but they were defeated by Japan's Taro Daniel and Kurumi Nara.
26. Nick Kyrgios
- 2019 :Wimbledon Championships
Nick Kyrgios is a professional tennis player from Australia. He has won seven titles in his career, including the 2017 Australian Open and 2018 Wimbledon Championships.
Nick Kyrgios was born on April 27, 1995 in Canberra, ACT, Australia. He started playing professional tennis at the age of 13 and achieved some success early on in his career, notably winning two ATP World Tour singles titles by the time he was 18 years old.
In total Nick Kyrgios has earned US$12 million from prize money throughout his illustrious career to date. His favorite surface to play on is hard court but he can also handle grass courts well as well as clay courts if required during a tournament match-up.
Nick Kyrgios' main rivals on tour are Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer - both of whom he has lost to or drawn against multiple times during their careers.
27. Alexander Zverev
Alexander Zverev is a German tennis player who has had success on the ATP Tour, Grand Slams and in Davis Cup. At 25 years old, Alexander Zverev is already one of the sport's top earners with US$32 million in career earnings.
He first made an impact at a young age when he reached No. 2 in the world rankings, and since then he has only continued to improve his game.
His style of play revolves around strong groundstrokes and superb two-handed backhand shots which have won him many fans worldwide.
With 19 career titles to his name, including three majors (Wimbledon 2018; Australian Open 2019; US Open 2020), Alexander Zverev is well on track to becoming one of tennis' all-time greats.
Alexander Zverev was born on October 10, 1997 in Munich, Germany. He started playing tennis at the age of four and quickly became a top player in his region.
In 2016, he won his first Grand Slam title when he beat Roger Federer in the Australian Open final. In 2019, Zverev made history by becoming the first man to win all four major titles - Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open and Australian Open - in one calendar year.
He is currently ranked No. 13 in the world and has two career doubles championships to his name with partner Max Mirnyi (the 2017 French Open and 2018 Olympic Games).
Outside of competition, Alexander likes spending time with friends and family or going out for a night on the town.
28. John Isner
- 2007: US Open
John Isner is a 37-year-old American tennis player who has won six Grand Slam singles titles, including two at Wimbledon.
He made his professional debut in 2007 and has since gone on to win over 480 matches in the ATP Tour and Grand Slam main draw competitions.
John's biggest rivals on tour have generally been Spaniard Rafael Nadal and Australian Roger Federer, but he has also beaten players such as Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka along the way.
In 2018, John became coach of fellow American David Macpherson following Møller's departure from the role; their first season together was successful with both men claiming doubles titles at the US Open and French Open respectively.
John will be heading into his 20th year of competitive tennis this year - which means that if he maintains his current level of play (and there is no reason to think that he won't), he could easily surpass Rod Laver’s all-time record for most career singles titles by 2022.
29. Denis Shapovalov
Denis Shapovalov is a rising Canadian tennis player who turned pro in 2017. He has won one title on the ATP tour, and made it to the semifinals of two other major tournaments.
Denis Shapovalov also boasts a successful record in Davis Cup, where he's led his country to three consecutive quarterfinals appearances.
As a left-handed player, Denis Shapovalov plays with one hand rather than using two like most players do; this makes him an unusual sight on the court.
Denis Shapovalov is currently ranked No 10 in the world Denis Shapovalov is a Canadian professional tennis player who has been ranked No. 78 in the world by ATP.
He has won one singles title on the ATP Tour, which was at the Australian Open in 2021 with partner Jean-Julien Rojer. Shapovalov also reached two finals of Grand Slam tournaments - at Wimbledon and US Open - but lost both times to Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic respectively.
Denis Shapovalov is known for his strong ground game, which he uses to take opponents off their stride; this style often sees him come back from deficits late in matches or tiebreaks.
As well as his tennis career, Shapovalov works as an analyst for Tennis Canada's coverage of Davis Cup matches and broadcasts regularly on social media platforms such as Twitter and Instagram.
30. Jannik Sinner
Jannik Sinner is a 21-year old Italian tennis player who has been playing professionally since 2018. He reached his career-high singles ranking of World No.
45 in November 2018 and is currently ranked world No. 103. Jannik Sinner's main ATP Challenger tour event has been the Monte Carlo Masters, where he has won three titles (2018, 2019, 2020).
In September 2019 at the Rome Open, Jannik Sinner became the youngest Italian male ever to win an ATP title when he defeated compatriot Diego Schwartzman in straight sets in the final.
Jannik Sinner made his Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros in May 2021 as a qualifier and lost to eventual runner-up Kevin Anderson in the first round Jannik Sinner is a Danish professional tennis player.
He has won one singles title, the Australian Open in 2021. Jannik Sinner also reached the final of the French Open in 2020, but lost to Rafael Nadal. In doubles, he has won one career title with his partner Robin Haase at the US Open in 2022.
Outside of tennis, Jannik Sinner is a maths teacher and coached several Danish athletes such as hammer thrower René Toft Hansen and long jumper Christian Ahlstrøm during their careers.
31. Grigor Dimitrov
Dimitrov is a Bulgarian professional tennis player who has amassed 373 singles wins in his career. He first rose to prominence on the ATP Tour in 2008, when he reached the semifinals of the Australian Open and was runner-up at Wimbledon that year.
Dimitrov went on to win five titles at Roland Garros (2012, 2013, 2017, 2018), three majors (Wimbledon 2014, US Open 2016, Australian Open 2018) as well as other major tournaments such as the French Open and Indian Wells Masters.
Dimitrov also helped Bulgaria reach its first Davis Cup final in 2015 and became World No 1 for two weeks during this period before losing to Novak Djokovic in Belgrade.
His 253 singles victories make him currently 20th all time in men's Grand Slam singles tournament wins behind Roger Federer with 637 matches played including finals which gives him an edge over some greats like.
Rafael Nadal by playing more semi finals etc than them due to tougher opponents being given main draw entry into slams earlier on their careers making it harder for them to clinch a maiden grand slam title later down the line unlike Rafa.
Where he almost always plays against guys who have already won lots of titles so they are not completely fresh going into each match whereas many times players like Roddick or Ferrer were given lower seeded entries allowing them much fresher legs come crunch time.
Thus meaning these lesser known players would often put up better performances against top players knowing they had nothing to lose while those ranked higher might feel pressure from winning their 4th or 5th major championship.
if they lost even though they may be considered favorites heading into any given match against one of these veterans.
Simply put lower seeded/lesserknown player typically play better vs established stars knowing there is no need for extra motivation.
32. Pablo Carreño Busta
- 2021: Tokyo Olympics 2020
- 2022: Canadian Open
Pablo Carreño Busta is a Spanish professional tennis player. He has won seven ATP World Tour singles titles, and reached a career-high No. 10 in the world rankings in September 2017.
In doubles, he has won two Grand Slam titles with César Fábregas – at the Australian Open in 2018 and 2019 – as well as three mixed doubles titles together with Garbiñe Muguruza.
At 31 years of age, Busta remains one of the youngest players to hold a top ten ranking on the ATP World Tour's men's circuit..
Pablo Carreño Busta is a Spanish professional tennis player. He has won four doubles titles including the Australian Open in 2017 with partner Simone Bolelli and Wimbledon in 2019 with Alexander Zverev.
Pablo Carreño Busta also reached the final of the French Open twice with different partners, first partnering Juan Martín del Potro and then Dominic Thiem.
At Davis Cup he played his first singles match against Austria in 2019 as part of Spain's victorious team competition victory over their opponents 3-1 in Vienna.
33. Frances Tiafoe
- 2017: Eastbourne International
Frances Tiafoe is a 24-year-old American professional tennis player. She was born in Hyattsville, Maryland and turned pro in 2015. Tiafoe has won one singles title on the ATP tour - the French Open in 2022.
Her career record stands at 142–144 (49%). In 2019, she reached her first Grand Slam final at the Australian Open but lost to Angelique Kerber in straight sets Frances Tiafoe is a professional tennis player from the United States.
She first became known in 2017 when she reached the semifinals of Wimbledon, becoming only the third African-American to do so.
In 2018, she won her first major title at the US Open, partnering with Alex Zverev in the final. Her other notable achievements include reaching two doubles finals (French Open and Wimbledon) and winning two team competitions (Davis Cup and Hopman Cup).
As well as playing singles, Frances also enjoys competing in beach volleyball tournaments on occasion - something which has helped her develop both physically and mentally while playing tennis professionally.
34. Cameron Norrie
Cameron Norrie is a left-handed tennis player from New Zealand. At the age of just 27, Cameron Norrie has already achieved a number of impressive professional titles, including two ATP World Tour Finals and one ITF Men's Circuit title.
In 2017, he became the first New Zealander to be ranked in the top 100 on the ATP World Tour since 2003.
CameronNorrie competes mainly in singles competitions but has also enjoyed success at doubles events with partners such as Alex de Minaur and John Peers.
He was named Male Athlete of The Year by Sport NZ in 2018 for his achievements both on and off court throughout that year - an award which made him only the third male athlete ever to receive this accolade twice (after Dan Carter and Serena Williams).
As well as representing his country internationally, Cameron Norrie regularly plays exhibition matches against players such as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal - most recently taking part in Madrid’s La Liga match between Real Madrid CF and Atlético Madrid SAD on 10 April 2019.
35. Matteo Berrettini
Matteo Berrettini is a professional Italian tennis player who has won seven titles in his career. He reached his highest ranking of No. 6 on 31 January 2022 and currently plays at No.
14 in the world rankings. His best results include reaching the semifinals at the Australian Open in 2018, as well as winning two singles titles - three-time Spanish Open champion (2017, 2019) and Rome Masters (2018).
Matteo Berrettini is a professional Italian tennis player. He has played in the ATP Tour and Grand Slam main draw for over five years now, with mixed results. His best result to date came at the 2019 Australian Open when he reached the final, but lost to Roger Federer.
In doubles he has been more successful, reaching two Grand Slam finals together with partner Diego Schwartzman - both of which they lost to Federer and Stan Wawrinka respectively.
Outside of tennis, Matteo Berrettini is known as an actor and TV personality; he starred in a popular Italian reality show called La Casa dei Gatti (The House of Cats).
As an athlete, Berrettini clearly has plenty left to achieve on court - but whether or not that will lead him any further grand slam titles remains to be seen.
36. Fabio Fognini
- 2022: Monte Carlo Masters
Fabio Fognini is a professional Italian tennis player who has been playing since 2004. He has won nine singles titles and reached the No. 9 ranking on 15 July 2019.
His career highlight to date was winning the 2012 Rome Masters title, which made him Italy's first ever male champion at a major tournament.
In October 2018, he suffered an ankle injury that ruled him out of the remainder of the year's ATP World Tour tournaments, including Wimbledon and US Open; however, he returned in time for the
2020 Australian Open where he lost in the second round to Novak Djokovic Fabio Fognini is married to Brazilian singer Anitta with whom he has two sons - Matteo (born 2016) and Valentino (born 2018).
Fognini started playing tennis at the age of 5. He won his first ATP Tour title in 2007 and his first Grand Slam singles title at the Australian Open in 2014. In doubles, he has won two titles with partner Simone Bolelli - both at the French Open - as well as a third together with Fernando Verdasco at Wimbledon.
Fognini is known for his powerful serve-and-volley game and was ranked world No 1 for three weeks during November 2015, but then lost some ground to younger players due to injury problems .
He retired from professional tennis after losing in the quarterfinals of Roland Garros 2018, having reached an all-time high ranking of No 7 earlier that year before taking a break while pregnant/nursing newborn son Toni Juliani (in 2019).
Fognini will be making a return to competitive play later this year when he competes in Italy's Fed Cup tie against Spain.
37. Holger Rune
- Australian Open: 4R (2023)
- French Open: QF (2022)
- Wimbledon: 1R (2022)
- US Open: 3R (2022)
- US Open: 2R (2022)
Holger Rune is a Danish tennis player who made his professional debut in 2020. He has won three singles titles during his career, including the French Open in 2022.
Holger Rune is known for playing right-handed (two handed backhand). Holger Rune was born on 29 April 2003 and turned pro in 2020. Holger Rune is a professional German tennis player and current No.
10 in the ATP rankings. He has been playing competitively since 2002, and reached his career-high singles ranking of No. 10 in November 2022.
In doubles, he has won two Grand Slam titles with compatriot Philipp Kohlschreiber – the US Open in 2018 and Wimbledon in 2019 - as well as three other major championships together including the Australian Open twice (2016, 2020).
Holger also boasts an impressive record on team competitions: he was part of Germany's victorious Davis Cup squad this year and helped them to reach the final for a second time running.
38. David Goffin
David Goffin is a Belgian professional tennis player who has won six singles titles and reached the No. 7 ranking in November 2017. He started playing tennis at the age of 6 and turned pro in 2009.
His career highlight to date came when he became the first Belgian man to win an ATP World Tour title at the 2018 Prague Open, defeating world number one Roger Federer in the final.
David Goffin was born on December 7th 1990, making him 32 years old as of October 2022 (according to Current rankings).
David Goffin is a Belgian professional tennis player. He has been playing professionally since 2013, and has amassed over 100 singles titles in his career to date.
In doubles, he won one Grand Slam title with Richard Gasquet in the 2017 Australian Open final. David Goffin played on Belgium's Davis Cup team in both 2015 and 2017, but was unable to bring home the trophy either time round.
As of October 2022, he is ranked 1143rd in the world rankings - putting him firmly inside the top 500 players for the first time ever. David Goffin is known for being an offensive player - often hitting winners off his opponent's weaker shots early on in matches.
39. Stan Wawrinka
- Australian Open: W (2014)
- French Open: W (2015)
- Wimbledon: QF (2014, 2015)
- US Open: W (2016)
- Tour Finals: SF (2013, 2014, 2015)
- Olympic Games: 2R (2008)
- Australian Open: 3R (2006)
- French Open: 3R (2006)
- Wimbledon: 1R (2006, 2007)
- US Open: 1R (2005)
- Olympic Games: W (2008)
- Davis Cup: W (2014)
Stanislas Wawrinka is a Swiss professional tennis player. He was born in 1985 and turned pro in 2002. Stan has a one-handed backhand and plays right-handed.
He has won two Grand Slam titles, the Australian Open in 2014 and the French Open in 2018, as well as four ATP World Tour Finals (2011, 2013, 2015, 2017).
In 2016 he became the first man since Roger Federer to win three consecutive Masters 1000 tournaments (Indian Wells, Miami Masters and Monte Carlo).
In 2019 he reached his sixth all-time earnings leader with $35 330 662 USD earned during that year alone. Stan currently coaches alongside Peter Lundgren at Uppsala Tennis Academy Stan Wawrinka is a professional tennis player from Switzerland.
He has won 16 career titles, including two Grand Slam singles championships at the Australian Open and Wimbledon.
Stan also boasts a successful doubles record, with 76 wins in 203 matches across both men's and women's competitions. In January 2014, he became the third-highest ranked male player in the world after reaching No. 3 on the ATP rankings. Since then, Stan has struggled to maintain.
His top ranking but still manages to compete regularly in major tournaments such as Roland Garros and Wimbledon where he has reached semifinals twice each.
Outside of tennis, Stan enjoys spending time with family and friends - you can often find him skiing or playing golf during off-season months.
40. Tommy Paul
- 2023: Australian Open
Tommy Paul is a professional tennis player from the United States. He has won one title and reached a career-high ranking of No. 28 in September 2022. Paul began playing professionally in 2015 and has since compiled an impressive record of 91–79 (53.5%).
His most successful singles season to date was in 2018, when he reached his first Grand Slam semi-final at the French Open before losing to eventual champion Novak Djokovic in straight sets.
Paul also made it all the way to the final of Wimbledon that year, but was defeated by Roger Federer in another close match which went down to the wire; this win helped Federer claim his twelfth Wimbledon Championship title overall.
Outside of major tournaments, Paul usually competes on smaller ATP Challenger tour events where he can play against lower level competition and improve his game further; this strategy seems to be paying off as he recently climbed up several rankings within 12 months. In December 2020,
Tommy Paul announced via social media that he had been diagnosed with testicular cancer – after being initially unaware – however battled through surgery and radiation therapy successfully and is now on track for a full recovery.
With such strong spirits behind him, there's no doubt that Tommy Paul will continue competing at some of world's biggest stages including Roland Garros next month where we'll see if he can finally add an elusive Grand Slam title to his collection.
41. Karen Khachanov
Karen Khachanov is a Russian professional tennis player. He has played in the ATP Tour and Grand Slam main draw matches and been successful, ranking 8th in the world as of July 2019.
Born on May 21st, 1996, Karen Khachanov started playing tennis at an early age and quickly became one of Russia's top players.
His biggest successes to date have come on the ATP Tour where he has won four titles including two Masters 1000 tournaments; Monte Carlo in 2018 and Cincinnati in 2017.
Outside of Tennis, Karen Khachanov enjoys spending time with his family and friends as well as travelling extensively both domestically and internationally Karen Khachanov is a Russian professional tennis player. He has won three singles titles at the Australian Open, including back-to-back titles in 2019 and 2020.
He also reached the final of the French Open in 2018, but lost to Roger Federer. In doubles, Khachanov has two Grand Slam title wins alongside with his partner Aleksandr Nedeljkovic – at the Australian Open in 2017 and US Open in 2017 respectively.
Outside of tennis, he is also an ice hockey player who has played for HC Sochi during their inaugural season in Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).
As well as this, he graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University with a degree in economics.
42. Lorenzo Musetti
Lorenzo Musetti is a 20-year old Italian professional tennis player. He has 64 wins and 55 losses in his career, with two singles titles to his name. Lorenzo was born in Carrara, Tuscany, Italy in 2002 and turned pro in 2019.
His best result at a Grand Slam event came when he reached the semifinals of the Australian Open back-to-back years (2022 and 2023). As of January 9th, according to ATP rankings, Musetti is ranked 19th overall on the men's tour.
Lorenzo Musetti is a professional tennis player from Italy. He has won two singles titles and three doubles titles in his career. Lorenzo Musetti made his ATP main draw debut at the French Open in 2011, where he lost to Ernests Gulbis in the first round.
In 2018, Lorenzo Musetti reached the semifinals of Wimbledon with partner Fabio Fognini, losing to eventual champions Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka in straight sets.
At the US Open that year, he partnered with Marco Cecchinato to reach the fourth round before being eliminated by Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thieme respectively.
His next major tournament was the Australian Open where he again teamed up with Fognini but this time they were not successful as they were beaten in the second round by Andreas Seppi and Simone Bolelli respectively.
In 2020, Lorenzo Musetti competed at both Wimbledon (with Federico Delbonis) and Paris Masters (with Frances Tiafoe).
On 9 January 2023, Lorenzo Musetti achieved his best Grand Slam result when he reached the quarterfinals of Roland Garros alongside Roberto Bautista Agut; however they were defeated by Kevin Anderson and Nicholas Mahut consecutively.
Last event of 2019 was The Swiss Indoors where he played alongside Daniele Bracciali but they too exited early after losing their opening match against Marcel Granollers and Marc Gicquel.
43. Diego Schwartzman
- Australian Open: 4R (2018, 2020)
- French Open: SF (2020)
- Wimbledon: 3R (2019, 2021)
- US Open: QF (2017, 2019)
- Tour Finals: RR (2020)
- Olympic Games: 3R (2021)
- Australian Open: 2R (2015)
- French Open: SF (2019)
- Wimbledon: 2R (2016)
- US Open: 2R (2015, 2016)
- Davis Cup: SF (2015)
Diego Schwartzman is a professional tennis player from Argentina. He has had a successful career, winning four titles in singles and ranking eighth on the ATP Tour in 2020.
Diego Schwartzman was born on 16 August 1992 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At 1.70 metres tall, he plays right-handed with a two-handed backhand.
Diego Schwartzman turned pro in 2010 and quickly established himself as one of the best players in the world, reaching No 8 on the ATP Tour Rankings by October 2020.
His main tournaments are at Grand Slams where he has reached the semifinals twice (2018 Wimbledon and 2019 US Open) and semifinal once (2017 Australian Open).
Diego Schwartzman's impressive record includes 55 wins from 237 matches played across all surfaces (ATP Tour and Grand Slam main draw matches), including 4 title successes – 3 at Masters 1000 level events (Miami , Vienna , Rome ) and 1 at an ATP 500 event (Gstaad).
In Davis Cup competition, Diego Schwartzman has been part of three victorious teams: 2nd round match against USA 2016; Quarterfinal match against France 2018; Final match against Spain 2019.
44. Maxime Cressy
- 2022: French Open
Maxime Cressy is a French professional tennis player who has played on the ATP Tour since 2019. He reached his career-high singles ranking of World No. 8 in August 2018 and also boasts a top 10 doubles ranking with Julien Benneteau.
In September 2018, he made his first appearance at a Grand Slam tournament as part of the France Davis Cup team, where he won two matches to help lead France to their first European Championship title in 25 years.
Prior to turning pro, Cressy attended UCLA where he was captain of the men's tennis team from 2016–2018 and helped lead them to three consecutive NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championships (2017–2019).
Maxime is known for his powerful two-handed backhand which has helped him win over 50% of his matches on tour (48 out of 101) including victories against some of the best players in the world such as Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.
45. Aslan Karatsev
Aslan Karatsev is a Russian professional tennis player. He has won three singles titles on the ATP Tour and competed in the Australian Open semifinals in 2021.
Aslan Karatsev plays right-handed, using a two-handed backhand. The 27th ranked player in September 2022, he will compete at the Tokyo World Tennis Championships this year Karatsev is a Russian professional tennis player.
Karatsev has won one singles title and two doubles titles on the ATP tour. Karatsev made his Grand Slam debut at the French Open in 2018, partnering with Franco Ferreiro to reach the semifinals.
In 2019, he reached his first ever Grand Slam final at Wimbledon partnering with Nikolay Davydenko, but they were defeated by Roger Federer and Martina Hingis in straight sets.
At this year's Australian Open, he again partnered with Davydenko to reach the quarterfinals where they lost to eventual champions Stan Wawrinka and Switzerland's Timea Bacsinszky in three sets.
46. Dominic Thiem
- Australian Open: F (2020)
- French Open: F (2018, 2019)
- Wimbledon: 4R (2017)
- US Open: W (2020)
- Tour Finals: F (2019, 2020)
- Australian Open: 2R (2016)
- French Open: 1R (2014, 2015, 2016)
- Wimbledon: 2R (2014)
- US Open: 2R (2014, 2016)
- Davis Cup: 10–6 (62.5%)
Dominic Thiem is a 29-year-old Austrian professional tennis player. He has a career-high ranking of No. 3, and has won 17 career titles. He is known for his strong serve and powerful groundstrokes.
Dominic Thiem was born in Lichtenwörth, Austria in 1993. He turned pro in 2011 and has since played in over 200 ATP Tour and Grand Slam main draw matches. He has won 64.1% of his matches in ATP Tour and Grand Slam main draw matches.
Dominic Thiem is married to fellow professional tennis player Barbora Záhlavová.
The couple has two children. Dominic Thiem is a practicing Catholic. Dominic Thiem is a professional tennis player who has been playing since the age of 16.
He has had a successful career, with titles in several prestigious tournaments including the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open. He is a two-time Australian Open doubles champion and has also won the French Open and Wimbledon in singles.
He is known for his offensive playstyle, and is considered one of the best players in the world. He is a member of the Austrian national team, and has played in the Davis Cup ten times. Dominic Thiem is currently ranked No. 99 in the world.
47. Thiago Monteiro
Thiago Monteiro is a Brazilian left-handed player who turned professional in 2011. Monteiro has a record of 70–104 (40.2%) in his career, with no career titles to show for it.
Monteiro has had some success in Challenger tours, but has not had much success in the main tour.
Monteiro is currently ranked 73rd in the world. Monteiro is a left-handed player and predominantly plays with a two-handed backhand.
Monteiro is coached by Pablo Fuentes. Monteiro is a part of the Brasil Tennis Association. Monteiro was born in Brazil, but currently resides in Argentina. Monteiro has not yet won a major title in his career.
Thiago Monteiro is a Brazilian professional tennis player who has competed on the ATP World Tour since 2016.
He reached his career-high singles ranking of 144 on 31 January 2022. Thiago Monteiro also competes in doubles, with a career-best record of 10–24.
He has appeared in one ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event, the 2016 US Open, and won his first-round match in both the doubles and singles events. Thiago Monteiro is the son of former professional tennis player Fernando Monteiro.
Thiago Monteiro is a former junior world no. 1. He is of Portuguese and Brazilian descent. Thiago Monteiro is sponsored by Nike. Thiago Monteiro was born on 16 February 1996.
48. Laslo Đere
Laslo Đere was born in 1995 in Senta, Serbia. He turned pro in 2013 and is a right-handed player. Laslo Đere has a career record of 100–110 in ATP World Tour and Grand Slam main draw matches, and in Davis Cup.
In 2018, he won his first ATP World Tour title at the Istanbul Open. He is coached by Petar Čonkić in 2018. He made his Davis Cup debut in 2018. Laslo Đere is scheduled to play at the Monte-Carlo Masters in May 2022.
He is the fourth Serbian player to make it to the top 100 in the ATP World Tour. Laslo Đere is the highest ranked Serbian player in the ATP World Tour.
Laslo Đere is a Croatian professional tennis player who has appeared in the ATP World Tour main draws. His highest ATP ranking to date has been 27th, which was achieved in June 2019.
ATP World Tour, both at the Australian Open. Croatian Davis Cup team, which has made one final. He is currently ranked 68th in the world.
49. Mackenzie McDonald
- 2015: NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championship
McDonald is a 27-year-old American professional tennis player. He was born in Piedmont, California, in 1995. McDonald turned pro in 2016 and has played on the ATP World Tour and the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 circuit.
McDonald has won zero ATP World Tour singles titles but has made some big runs in ATP World Tour and Grand Slam main draw matches. McDonald is coached by Robby Ginepri.
Mackenzie McDonald is a professional tennis player who has achieved some success in the past.
She has competed in the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open. She has also won one doubles title. She is currently ranked 90th in the world. Mackenzie McDonald is a promising player who is likely to continue to improve in the future.
50. Ben Shelton
- 2016: USTA junior national championship
Ben Shelton is a 20-year-old left-handed American tennis player who turned pro in 2022. Shelton has won five singles titles on the ITF junior circuit. Shelton reached his first ATP singles final in June 2019, where he lost to Roger Federer in three sets.
Shelton is a member of the United States Davis Cup team. Shelton is coached by Bryan Shelton. Ben Shelton is a professional tennis player who has been playing the sport for over a decade.
Shelton has had some success in his career, reaching the semifinals of the Australian Open and the quarterfinals of the US Open.
Shelton has also had some success in doubles, reaching the semifinals of the US Open with partner Jordan Thompson. Shelton is currently ranked 44th in the world. Shelton is scheduled to compete in the Australian Open in January 2023.
The best tennis players of all time are undoubtedly those who have had the greatest success during the Open Era of tennis. Names such as Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Maria Sharapova have cemented their positions as some of the greatest players to ever pick up a racket.
These players have dominated their respective eras, winning numerous awards and titles along the way.
What Is A Junk Ball In Tennis?
A junk ball in tennis is a ball that does not meet the required standards for play. These balls are typically used by beginners and low-level players because they are easier to handle and do not bounce as high as other types of balls.
Playing tennis is a great way to get in shape and have some fun. However, it is important to know how often you should play in order to maintain good fitness levels.
What Do Tennis Umpires Say When The Ball Bounces Twice?
Tennis umpires have a unique perspective on the game of tennis. They are in charge of making sure that all rules are followed and that the games run smoothly.
How Much Did A Baseball Cost In 1962?
It costs $ 0.25 per ball at that time.
How Much Did A Baseball Cost In 1962
In a baseball cost around $ 0.25 per ball.
What Is A Pepper Game In Baseball?
Pepper games in baseball refer to any game where two teams play against each other, with the objective of preventing the other team from winning. It is a type of game that can be used as a tie-breaker or when one team has already won.
How To Hit A Two Handed Forehand?
Hitting a two-handed forehand is an important part of tennis. It’s a great weapon to use against your opponents when you’re in control of the point and need to take the ball away from them.