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Lleyton Hewitt

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Lleyton Hewitt

Ivan Lendl
  • (1983) John McEnroe
  • (1984) John McEnroe
  • (1985) Ivan Lendl
  • (1986) Ivan Lendl
  • (1987) Ivan Lendl
  • (1988) Boris Becker
  • (1989) Stefan Edberg
  • (1990) Andre Agassi
  • (1991) Pete Sampras
  • (1992) Boris Becker
  • (1993) Michael Stich
  • (1994) Pete Sampras
  • (1995) Boris Becker
  • (1996) Pete Sampras
  • (1997) Pete Sampras
  • (1998) Alex Corretja
  • (1999) Pete Sampras
  • (2000) Gustavo Kuerten
  • (2001) Lleyton Hewitt
  • (2002) Lleyton Hewitt
  • (2003) Roger Federer
  • (2004) Roger Federer
  • (2005) David Nalbandian
  • (2006) Roger Federer
  • (2007) Roger Federer
  • (2008) Novak Djokovic
  • (2009) Nikolay Davydenko
  • (2010) Roger Federer
  • (2011) Roger Federer
  • (2012) Novak Djokovic
  • (2013) Novak Djokovic
  • (2014) Novak Djokovic
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