Rafael Nadal is without doubt one of the most popular players on the ATP Tour. The Balaerics born player battled back from serious knee problems and, this year, has been back to his best. He won his first Wimbledon title in 2008, and his second in 2010, Nadal will be hoping to progress further then he did last year, as he was knocked out in the second round. The 26-year-old is coached by his uncle Toni and his fitness trainer is Rafael Maymo. StatisticsCountry: Spain • Birth Date: 3 June 1986 • Birth Place: Manacor, Mallorca, Spain • Residence: Manacor, Mallorca, Spain • Height: 6 ft. 1 in. (1.85 metres) • Weight: 188 lbs. (85.5 kilos) • Plays: Left Hand • Wimbledon [...]
David Ferrer turned professional in 2000 and was initially known for his clay-court playing, having won half of his titles on the clay surface. However, he has had significant success on all surfaces, having reached the final of the French Open in 2013, the semifinals of the Australian and US Opens twice each, and the quarterfinals of the Wimbledon Championship twice. He was part of the Spain Davis Cup team that won the finals in 2008, 2009, and 2011. His biggest individual title to date was the Paris Masters in 2012, and he was runner-up at the Tennis Masters Cup in 2007. He first achieved a top-10 ranking in 2006 and reached a career-high ranking of world no. 3 in July 2013. David [...]
The world’s number one tennis player started the year in absolutely magnificent form by lifting his fourth Australian Open title and proved he is still the main man to beat in 2014 at Wimbledon. Djokovic, at just 25, has already won six Grand Slam titles, including the 2011 Wimbledon title, and will look to build on the success he has tasted in the previous two seasons.
The Serbian’s structured and reliable team off the court has played a big part in his career, with former ATP player Marian Vajda coaching him since 2006. Country: Serbia Birth Date: 22 May 1987 Birth Place: Belgrade, Serbia Residence: Monte Carlo, Monaco Height: 6 ft. 2 in. (1.88 metres) Weight: [...]
Andy Murray did what seemed the impossible by ending Britain’s 76-year wait for a Men’s Singles champion at Wimbledon. Andy Murray had reached the semi-finals for the three successive years and then in 2012 reached the final but was beaten by the talented Roger Federer.
All this changed in 2013 however, when Andy Murray became the Wimbledon Champion. Murray went on to win Gold at the London Olympics and he is the reigning US Open champion. He has recently announced a new coach (departing from Ivan Lendl), Amelie Mauresmo and he and the nation will be hoping she can coach him to become the Champion at Wimbledon 2015!
Andy Murray StatisticsBirth Date: 15 [...]