ATP Awards 2018 Rafael Nadal Roger Federer

 

ATP Awards 2018 Rafael Nadal Roger Federer once again showed why they two are the most respected players on the tour by winning Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award and singles award for ATPWorldTour.com Fans’ Favourite presented by Moët & Chandon.

These two great tennis players cum humble human beings just adding another award in their illustrious careers.

ATP Awards 2018 Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer

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(voted by ATP players)

Rafael Nadal: Fellow players voted Nadal as the winner of the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award for a second time, recognising the Spaniard for his fair play, professionalism and integrity on and off the court. Nadal also received this honour in 2010. This season, the 32-year-old Spaniard spent 36 weeks atop the ATP Rankings and won five titles, including record 11th titles at Roland Garros, Monte-Carlo and Barcelona. Off the court, Nadal supported flood relief efforts in Mallorca.

 

 

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ATPWorldTour.com Fans’ Favourite presented by Moët & Chandon (Singles)
(voted by fans)

Roger Federer: The 37-year-old Swiss extended his reign in this category, winning the popular vote from fans for a 16th straight year to take his record tally of ATP World Tour Awards to 37. This season, Federer became the oldest World No. 1 in the 45-year history of the ATP Rankings and also claimed his 20th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open. Ahead of the Nitto ATP Finals, he won his 99th tour-level title at his hometown tournament in Basel.

 

 

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Source: ATPworldtour

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