Thomas Muster is an Austrian retired tennis player and former world No. 1. Muster was one of the world's best clay court players during the 1990s, winning the French Open in 1995 and becoming the first Austrian to win a Grand Slam singles title. Such was his dominance on clay that Thomas Muster was called The King of Clay.
The second-highest ranked Austrian tennis player of all time, Dominic Thiem became the first Austrian to win the singles title at a US Open when he came back from two sets down to beat Alexander Zverev in the 2020 US Open final. At the 2019 BNP Paribas Open, he defeated Roger Federer to win his first Masters 1000 title.
Barbara Schett is an Austrian retired tennis player best known for representing Austria in 48 matches at the prestigious Billie Jean King Cup, where she helped the Austria Fed Cup team win 30 matches between 1993 and 2004. Since her retirement, Barbara Schett has been working as a presenter and commentator and is currently associated with Eurosport.
Jürgen Melzer is an Austrian retired tennis player. A former world No. 8 in singles, Melzer achieved Grand Slam success in doubles when he won the Wimbledon and US Open in 2010 and 2011 respectively. In 2011, Jürgen Melzer also won the Wimbledon in mixed doubles along with Czech player Iveta Benešová.
Austrian tennis player Dennis Novak has had a career-high singles ranking of 85 and doubles ranking of 283. The right-handed player made his ATP main draw debut at the Bet-at-home Cup Kitzbühel in 2013. He is coached by Günter Bresnik.
Belarusian-origin Austrian tennis player Jurij Rodionov has had a career-high ranking of 124 in singles and 268 in doubles. He scored his 1st ranking point at age 16, back in 2015, and broke into the top 200 in January 2019. Though initially interested in football, he started playing tennis at age 4.
Austrian tennis player Moritz Thiem has recorded a career-high singles ranking of 1294. The younger brother of fellow Austrian tennis player and former world number 3, Dominic Thiem, he also has a career-high doubles ranking of 2205 and made his ATP main draw debut at the Generali Open Kitzbühel in 2019.