At 27, Murray’s claim to fame includes an Olympic gold medal, the Wimbledon Championships singles title and 2 Grand Slam singles titles, just to name a few! The British tennis star also made history when he became the first British male to win the Wimbledon Championships in 77 years!
Jo-Wilfried’s serves are known as the fastest, strongest and most dominant ones on the scene. The Olympic silver medalist is also the only player to have won Grand Slams against Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray!
It’s a player’s persistence and ability to overcome obstacles that truly makes them a champion. No one is better proof of this than Flipkens, who battled serious illnesses to make a glorious comeback at the 2013 Wimbledon Championships. The 28-year-old was also called the sportswoman of the year in 2013, further proving her mettle.
An essential part of the ATP Champions Tour, Carlos Moya has to his credit ATP Tour singles titles in 11 countries! The Spaniard, who was on the 2004 Davis Cup-winning team, has earned a reputation as an unstoppable force in the world of tennis… And all for good reason!
In March 2014, Treat Huey received the doubles ranking of no. 20, marking a career high for him. Once you’ve watched him work his magic in a doubles game, you can see exactly why! The star, who has won 3 ATP World Tour Doubles Titles, has been on a roll and it’s safe to say that he’s going to make the IPTL special too!