ATP Player of the Year Countdown: Honorable Mentions
You've read about the very best, now here's the (still impressive) rest.
With Medjedovic triumph, Next Gen Finals remains starmaker, springboard for ATP innovation
Hamad Medjedovic shocked surging Frenchman Arthur Fils to win the sixth Next Gen Finals—and the first in Saudi Arabia.
Hamad Medjedovic upsets Arthur Fils in five-set Next Gen ATP Finals championship match
Medjedovic let two match points slip by before finally upsetting the top-seeded Frenchman to win in Jeddah.
A Grand Slam-led “premier tour” is both logical and hard to imagine
In the end, would it look much different from what we have today?
Arthur Fils to meet Hamad Medjedovic in Next Gen Finals championship match
The Next Gen Finals championship match will feature one of the players being relied on to revive French tennis against the player that Serbia hopes can keep its flag at the top of the sport after Novak Djokovic
WTA Player of the Year Countdown, No. 1: Iga Swiatek
It wasn't her most dominant year, but she faced more adversity than ever—and still emerged as the one to beat.
ATP Player of the Year Countdown, No. 1: Novak Djokovic
The superb Serb's latest run of greatness may be his most impressive of all.
"The right moment": Rafael Nadal to launch 2024 comeback from injury layoff in Brisbane
The 22-time major champion has not played on tour since January, when he hurt his hip flexor at the Australian Open.
Arthur Fils and Hamad Medjedovic stay perfect and reach final four at Next Gen Finals
The result also meant Luca Van Assche reached the final four after the second-seeded French player beat Alex Michelsen of the United States 4-3 (0), 3-4 (4), 3-4 (4), 4-1, 4-3 (6).
WTA Player of the Year Countdown, No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka
Half of our panel voted the Belarusian No. 1; given her remarkable season, you can understand why.
ATP Player of the Year Countdown, No. 2: Carlos Alcaraz
The still-young Spaniard won the match of the year at Wimbledon, and clearly inspired his rival to reach even greater heights.