In the 12th profile of a series on the 26 players to rise to No. 1 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, ATPTour.com looks back on the career of Andre Agassi. View Full List
First Week As No. 1: 10 April 1995Total Weeks At No. 1: 101Year-End No. 1: 1999
As No. 1Agassi first
Editor's Note: But for the COVID-19 pandemic, Wimbledon would now be underway. During the next two weeks ATPTour.com will look back on memorable matches and happenings at the grass-court Grand Slam. This story was originally published on 5 July 2015.
On the walls of Le Negresco hangs a portrait of Louis
When Craig Boynton walked into the seeded players' locker room at the All England Club on 23 June 2010, his charge, John Isner, was beyond exhausted.
“For a brief period of time, a minute or two, he was talking and it didn’t make sense. It was gibberish. He was so depleted,”
In the latest profile on the 26 players to rise to No. 1 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, ATPTour.com looks back on the career of Jim Courier. View Full List
First Week at No. 1: 10 February 1992Total weeks at No. 1: 58Year-end No. 1: 1992
Grand Slam HighlightsCourier lifted four Grand
In the latest profile on the 26 players to rise to No. 1 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, ATPTour.com looks back on the career of Stefan Edberg. View Full List
First Week at No. 1: 13 August 1990Total weeks at No. 1: 72Year-end No. 1: 1990, 1991
As World No. 1Stefan Edberg
When Marcelo Melo landed in Brazil after winning Roland Garros in 2015, he was greeted by fans holding signs and waiting television reporters. He had just made history in Paris, becoming the first Brazilian man to win a Grand Slam doubles title.
“To be winning there in front of many Brazilians
Yevgeny Kafelnikov made history at 1996 Roland Garros, becoming the first Russian man to win a Grand Slam title. But the former World No. 1 put his name in the history books at that event for another reason — that’s the last time any man has won both the singles
The abiding memory is watching Luke Jensen stretch three fingers of his right hand to reach a handle of the Jacques-Brugnon Cup as his younger brother, Murphy Jensen, with two hands firmly on the base, hoisted the trophy high above his head. It was meant to be the high-point celebration
In his first ATP Tour championship match at the 2000 Open 13 Provence in Marseille, Roger Federer fell in a final-set tie-break to countryman Marc Rosset. By the time the next all-Swiss final was contested on the ATP Tour, Swiss tennis would find itself in an unrecognisable landscape.
It took more
From 2010-19, Novak Djokovic (5), Roger Federer (2), John Isner, Andy Roddick and Andy Murray won titles in Miami. This article contains: Djokovic vs Nadal, Murray vs Ferrer decided in third-set tie-breaks