Top Tennis Players


Top ATP Players

Top WTA Players

Novak-Djokovic

Novak Djokovic

Serbian star Novak Djokovic is considered by fans, pundits and fellow players to be one of the greatest Tennis stars of all time. His three Grand Slam titles in 2015 took him to a total of 10 in his career and he will be determined to add to that in 2016. Read Djokovic’s biography here

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Serena Williams

The younger of the Williams sisters had a tough act to follow after her sister’s success, but she has surpassed Venus to become the most successful player in women’s tennis. With 21 Grand Slam titles to her name at the start of 2016, she will be determined to win the four more needed to top the all-time list of women before she gives up the game. Read William’s biography here

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Roger Federer

The forever humble and professional Roger Federer will be remembered as one of, if not the, greatest to ever pick up a Tennis racquet. The Swiss superstar has amassed a record breaking number of Grand Slam titles and despite his age, isn’t ready to give up on more just yet. Read Federer’s biography here

Maria-Sharapova

Maria Sharapova

The glamour girl of world Tennis, Maria Sharapova is more just beauty. She is one of only 10 women, and the only Russian, to hold a career Grand Slam as well as being ranked WTA #1 on five separate occasions. She has five Grand Slam titles to her name as well as an Olympic silver medal and she still hasn’t reached the age of 30 yet. Read Sharapova’s biography here

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Andy Murray

The boy from Dunblane, Scotland is one of the most consistent performers on the ATP Tour. Andy Murray started playing the game at the age of three, entered his first tournament at five and was playing league tennis at just eight years old. Winning the US Open Junior Championship in 2004 propelled him into the public eye and he turned professional just a year later. Read Murray’s biography here

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Simona Halep

The ever popular Romanian, Simona Halep, is one of the best women players on the WTA Tour to not yet have won a Grand Slam title. Reaching the Final of the 2014 French Open is currently her best performance in one of the top four events, but she is determined to change that statistic in 2016. She may be one of the shortest women on the tour but that will never hold her back from reaching her goals. Read Halep’s biography here