Novak Djokovic won the Australian Open and records his eighth title. He also won four titles in this year to become the year end No 1 player and this was his sixth time record equaling.
Roger Federer, the favorite of singles fan’s widen his records by his 18th straight year. In each year he used to play only six singles tennis matches. Rafael Nadal, after receiving his 13th Roland Garros title this was the fourth time overall and third straight year to receive the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award.
Mate Pavic and Bruno Soares, the US Open double champions grabs the No 1 position in doubles. Russian player Andrey Rublev won five titles this year and no one beat this record in tour. He raised his career ranking from No.23 to 8 and received the most improved player of the year award.
The American player Tiafoe signed memorabilia to Athletes for the relief of COVID-19 and he uploads a video which united the Black tennis community in the rouse of the death of George Floyd. For his great social activities he receives the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian awards.
The Spain player Carlos Alcaraz was the new comer of the year. The 17th aged won three challengers and receives the award.
In 2019 the Canadian Player Vasek Pospisil left the game due to the surgery. This year he reached two finals and level up his career ranking to No. 61 and become the comeback player of the year. Last year 2019 he was placed No.150 in career rankings.