2 Alexander Zverev(Tennis player)
Alexander Zverev is a German tennis player. He won the 2018 ATP Finals, becoming the youngest champion at the year-end championship in 10 years. Zverev won the gold medal in the singles event at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Alexander Zverev's backhand play is often regarded as one of the best in the game.
3 Fred Perry(Tennis player)
Fred Perry was a British tennis player. A former world No. 1, Perry won three successive Wimbledon Championships from 1934. He won eight Grand Slam tournaments, including a Career Grand Slam. He was the first player and only British player to date to achieve a Career Grand Slam. Also a table tennis player, Perry was the world champion in 1929.
4 Andy Murray(Tennis Player)
One of the best British professional tennis players of all time, Andy Murray is popularly known as the Great Scot since he was born in Scotland. He is the only tennis player to have won two Olympic gold medals in singles competition. Also known for his charitable work, Andy Murray has played key roles in raising money for many charity organizations.
5 Grigor Dimitrov(Tennis player)
6 John Isner(Tennis player)
7 Kevin Anderson(Tennis player)
Kevin Anderson is a South African tennis player who became the fifth-ranked player in the world in 2018. He is the first South African player to be ranked in the top five since 1985 when Kevin Curren was ranked fifth in the world. Anderson has reached two Grand Slam finals; US Open (2017) and Wimbledon (2018).
8 Gabriela Sabatini(Tennis player)
Gabriela Sabatini is an Argentine former professional tennis player. One of the leading female tennis players in the 1980s and 1990s, she amassed 41 titles, including the WTA Finals in 1988 and the 1990 US Open. She was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2006. Also a businesswoman, she runs a line of fragrances.
9 Nick Kyrgios(Tennis player)
Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios, who has had a career-best singles ranking of 13, has also been part of a few controversies. During a 2019 Wimbledon match, he apparently deliberately hit Rafael Nadal with a ball, straight in the chest, and later defended his actions, saying it was completely fair.
10 Heather Watson(Tennis player)
Heather Watson is a professional tennis player who has won nine career titles so far, including four singles titles. In 2012, she became the first British female player to win a WTA singles title since 1988. In 2016, she won the mixed-doubles at Wimbledon, becoming the first British player to win at Wimbledon since Joanna Mary Durie in 1987.
11 Pancho Gonzales(Tennis Player)
12 Mansour Bahrami(Tennis player)
Born to an Iranian hill tribesman, Mansour Bahrami grew up to be one of the greatest Iranian tennis players and a Wimbledon champion. The Islamic Revolution in his country later tagged tennis as capitalist, leading him to focus on gambling and backgammon, though he later returned to tennis.
13 Kristina Mladenovic(Tennis player)
14 Carlos Alcaraz(Tennis player)
15 Ashleigh Barty(Tennis player)
Ashleigh Barty is an Australian tennis player and the current world No. 1 as per the Women's Tennis Association. Barty has won two Grand Slam singles titles: 2019 French Open and 2021 Wimbledon, and one Grand Slam doubles title at the 2018 US Open She also won on a bronze medal in mixed doubles at the Tokyo Olympics in 2021.
16 Johanna Konta(Tennis player)
Johanna Konta is a British tennis player who represented Australia till 2012. Konta has won four singles WTA Tour titles. She has also won four doubles and 11 singles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit. A former world No. 4 and former British number one, Johanna Konta is renowned for creating sharp angles and an offensive baseline play.
17 Yannick Noah(Tennis player)
18 Aryna Sabalenka(Tennis player)
19 Ajla Tomljanovic(Tennis player)
Ajla Tomljanovic is a Croatian-Australian tennis player best known for her performance as a junior player. Tomljanović, who played for Croatia from 2009 to 2018, has been representing Australia at all events on the WTA Tour since 2018. Ajla Tomljanovic reached her first Grand Slam quarterfinal in 2021 when her fourth round opponent Emma Raducanu retired in the second set.
20 Daniela Hantuchová(Slovak Retired Tennis Player & Tennis Commentator)
Daniela Hantuchová is a Slovak retired tennis player. She achieved popularity in 2002 when she won the WTA Tour title for the first time in her career; she defeated Martina Hingis in the finals of the Indian Wells Masters, becoming the lowest-ranked player to win the tournament. Also an accomplished doubles player, Hantuchová completed the Career Grand Slam in 2005.
21 Daria Kasatkina(Tennis player)
Daria Kasatkina is a Russian professional tennis player who has won four WTA Tour titles in singles and one title in doubles. The daughter of athletes, she started playing tennis when she was six. She pursued the sport professionally and excelled, making her top-ten debut in the WTA rankings in the 2018 season. She is openly bisexual.
22 Chung Hyeon(Tennis player)
23 Bob Bryan(Tennis Player)
24 Mike Bryan(Tennis Player)
25 Dinara Safina(Tennis player)
Born into a well-known Russian tennis family, with a coach mother and a tennis-club director father, Dinara Safina was destined to take up the sport as a career option. She and her brother, former world no. 1 Marat Safin, made history by becoming the first brother-sister duo to top world tennis rankings.
26 Dominika Cibulková(The First Female Slovak Tennis Player to Reach the Final of a Grand Slam Tournament.)
Dominika Cibulková is a Slovak retired tennis player who won eight WTA Tour singles titles during her playing career. In 2014, she became the first female player from her country to reach the final of a Grand Slam event when she reached the Australian Open finals where she lost to Li Na.
27 Ion Tiriac(Tennis player)
28 Timea Babos(Tennis player)
29 Gilles Müller(Tennis player)
30 Sara Errani(Tennis player)
31 Katerina Siniakova(Czech Professional Tennis Player and 4-Times Grand Slam Champion in Women’s Doubles Alongside 'Barbora Krejčíková')
32 Benoît Paire(Tennis player)
33 Maxime Cressy(Tennis player)
34 Tommy Paul(Tennis player)
35 Lorenzo Sonego(Tennis player)
36 Christina McHale(Tennis player)
37 Damir Džumhur(Tennis player)
38 Guido Pella(Tennis player)
39 Dayana Yastremska(Tennis player)
40 Jan-Lennard Struff(Tennis player)
Jan-Lennard Struff is a German tennis player. He has won three ATP doubles titles so far in his career. Struff is best known for his strong serve. He also possesses solid backhand and a heavy forehand that helps him hit winners from the back of the court.
41 Mihaela Buzarnescu(Tennis player)
42 Jordan Thompson(Tennis player)
43 Andrew Murray(minister)
South African pastor Andrew Murray was the son of a Scottish missionary who was sent to South Africa. A co-founder of the South African General Mission, he had also been involved in the Reveil revival movement. He later transformed his church to an institution for the Afrikaner Volk.
44 Joe Salisbury(Tennis player)
Joe Salisbury is a British tennis player who specializes in men's doubles and mixed doubles events. Salisbury has won nine career titles so far, including four Grand Slam titles. Joe Salisbury also represented Great Britain in men's doubles at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo where he reached the quarter-finals along with Andy Murray.
45 Tommy Robredo(Tennis player)
Tommy Robredo is a Spanish tennis player best known for helping his national team win the prestigious Davis Cup thrice. He is also known for winning the Hopman Cup in 2002 and 2010. A former world No. 5, Robredo is the only player in the history of the Open Era to win a five-set match after being two sets down.
46 Linda Fruhvirtová(Tennis Player ])
Linda Fruhvirtová is a Czech tennis player who has won three singles titles and two doubles titles on the ITF Circuit so far. Since 2020, she has been climbing up the ladder of the WTA-ranking. Linda Fruhvirtová is also considered a player to watch out for in the future.
47 Destanee Aiava(Tennis player)
48 Holger Rune(Tennis player)
49 Dominik Koepfer(Tennis Player)
Dominik Koepfer is a German tennis player who has taken part in major tournaments, such as Wimbledon, Australian Open, French Open, and US Open. In the 2019 US Open, Dominik Koepfer reached the fourth round where he lost to Daniil Medvedev. Koepfer has also played against other top-seeded players like Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic.
50 Veronika Kudermetova(Tennis player)
Veronika Kudermetova is a Russian professional tennis player who won her first WTA Tour singles title at the 2021 Charleston Open and reached a Grand Slam final at the 2021 Wimbledon Championships in women's doubles with Elena Vesnina. She is known for her powerful serve and highly aggressive playing style with an all-court game. She is married to Sergei Demekhine.