10 famous Tennis players
He was shorter than the great players of his time but he was more swift then all of his rivals. He won 5 U.S. Open titles two Wimbledon titles and then he also won one Australian open. At his peak he was ranked for more than 159 weeks as the No 1 player in tennis. Besides all this the most amazing thing to place him in the list of top ten tennis players was to reach in the semifinals of great U.S. Open in at the age of 39 when most of the tennis star are not able to run swiftly.
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9. Ivan Lendl
Ivan Lendl a legendary player of 1980s won the Grand Slam 8 times and played over all 19 Grand Slam finals and given a place in the top ten tennis players. He is the third to have more weeks as No 1 player in the history after Sampras and Federer. After retirement he worked with Andy Murray and because of this Murray became popular as well.
John McEnroe was the finest left handed serve player ever born and included in the list of top ten tennis players because he won 7 singles Grand Slam and 9 doubles title. He ruled foe more than 5 years from 1979 to 1984 when he won all the Grand Slam of that time which ended when he loose a match against Ivan Lendl in 1984 and his best match was in 1980 against the world’s best Borg.
7. Novak Djokovic
Djokovic won only 8 Grand Slam but to place him in the list of top ten tennis players is his excellence because he played in an era when Federer, Nadal and Murry were playing at their peaks so Novak is called as the best player to win titles in their presence. His career best year was 2011 when he won ten titles including three Grand Slams. he is the only player in open era to won 5 Australian open.
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6. Andre Agassi
Andre Agassi was born in Las Vegas and is known for his great come backs. He was taught from his father and coached by him at the early age and due to his strictness Agassi hold a place in the top ten tennis players of all time. In 1997 Aggasi was slipped to 141th position in the world ranking but he came back and within two years he regains the No 1 position. Aggasi hold the record to win eight Grand Slam titles and he also won the Olympic Gold Medal in the year 1992. He wants to extend his career but the back injury didn’t allow him to play at all and he finally decide to retire at the age of 36.
5. Bjorn Borg
Bjorn was the name as the present Federer with his winning streak of 11 Grand Slam titles more than anyone else at that time and he won all of his titles at the age of just 25 this shows his class fitness and excellence. He was included in the list of top ten tennis players of all time not only because he won 11 Grand Slam but the main thing in his greatness is that he won Grand Slam followed by French Open and wimbled for three consecutive years where he shows his fitness. If he didn’t retired early in his career he should have the record to won many more Grand Slams.
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