• Olivier Rochus

    Former no. 25 of the ATP-world rankings in singles 2005 French Open Champion in doubles 2004 Winner of the ATP-tournaments in Palermo and Munich 3 wins against Novak Djokovic, wins agains Nadal, Wawrinka

  • Francisco Clavet

    ATP Best Ranking Nr. 18 in Singles Winner of 8 ATP-Tournaments Davis Cup Champion with Spain Wins against Roger Federer, Andre Agassi, John McEnroe, Mats Wilander

  • Bernd Karbacher

    Nr. 22 of ATP-world ranking 1995 Davis Cup 1993 and World Team Cup winner 1994 Quarterfinal French Open und US Open in Singles Wins against Pete Sampras, Boris Becker, Ivan Lendl

  • Andrei Pavel

    No. 13 of the ATP world ranking (2004) in singles and no. 18 in doubles Semi finalist French Open 2006 in singles Quarter finalist Australian Open 2005 in singles 3x Round of 16 in Wimbledon in singles

  • Martin Sinner

    No. 42 of the ATP-Rankings in 1995 Winner of ATP Tornaments in Johannesburg and Copenhagen Wins against Ivanisevic, Kafelnikov, Henman and Philipoussis

  • Jeremy Bates

    No. 1 in UK for more than 5 years. No. 54 in ATP-Ranking (1994). Davis Cup Captain of the British team for 3 years Grand-Slam-Champion in Mixed in Wimbledon and Australian Open Finalist Australian Open in doubles. In singles reached 2x round of last 16 in Wimbledon

  • Hrbaty – Novacek – Bates

    Dominik Hrbaty: Former no. 12 ATP; won against Nadal (3x), Federer (2x), Sampras, Agassi Karel Novacek: Former no. 8 ATP; Winner of 13 ATP tournaments; won against Becker, Edberg, Sampras Jeremy Bates: Former No. 54 ATP; British Davis Cup captain for 3 years

  • Magnus Norman

    highest world ranking position No. 2 in singles (2000) Wins against Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, Gustavo Kuerten Finalist Fren Open, Winner ATP-Tournaments at Rome, Shanghai, Long Island and Stuttgart

  • Gilles Muller

    highest world ranking position No. 21 in singles (2017) Wins against Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick Winner ATP-Tournaments at Sydney and Hertogenbosch, Quarter final at Wimbledon 2017

  • Tomas Behrend

    ATP BR #74 in 2005 Current #17 of the ITF-Ranking Mens 45+ Former German Davis Cup Player