Andre Agassi: From Rebel To Philosopher

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

Ashe’s Wimbledon Win Over Connors, 45 Years On

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

Locker Room Confessions: Inside the Isner-Mahut Epic

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,”

Jim Courier: ‘You Have To Be Extreme To Be Exceptional’

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

Stefan Edberg: The No. 1 With Grit & Grace

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

Resurfaced: The Year The Jensens Rocked Roland Garros

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