|Former Men's Basel Tennis Champions:
2009 Novak Djokovic
2008 Roger Federer
2007 Roger Federer
2006 Roger Federer
2005 Fernando Gonzalez
2004 Jiri Novak
2003 Guillermo Coria
2002 David Nalbandian
2001 Tim Henman
2000 Thomas Enqvist
1999 Karol Kucera
1998 Tim Henman
1997 Greg Rusedski
1996 Pete Sampras
1995 Jim Courier
1994 Wayne Ferreira
1993 Michael Stich
1992 Boris Becker
1991 Jakob Hlasek
1990 John McEnroe
1989 Jim Courier
1988 Stefan Edberg
1987 Yannick Noah
1986 Stefan Edberg
1985 Stefan Edberg
1984 Joakim Nystrom
1983 Vitas Gerulaitis
1982 Yannick Noah
1981 Ivan Lendl
1980 Ivan Lendl
1979 Brian Gottfried
1978 Guillermo Vilas
1977 Bjorn Borg
1976 Jan Kodes
1975 Jiri Hrebec
The latest Basel tournament news:
- 2016 Australian Open Men's Final Open Thread: Novak Djokovic v Andy Murray
- In a rematch of last year, the top two players in the world, No. 1 Novak Djokovic and No. 2 Andy Murray, renew their rivalry for the Australian Open title.
In their 31st career meeting, Djokovic leads 21-9. He's also won 1...
- Will Andy Murray Beat Novak Djokovic In The Australian Open Final?
- I really want to pick Andy Murray to win tomorrow in the Australian Open final and end Novak Djokovic's reign. But here's my issue.
Watching his match yesterday against Milos Raonic, had Raonic not pulled up lame in that f...
- Andy Murray: I Don't Think Many People Are Expecting Me To Win On Sunday Against Novak
- Andy Murray survived the big serving of Milos Raonic to advance to his fifth Australian Open final Friday night. The World No. 2, though, was down two sets to one before rallying to take the fourth and the fifth over an injur...
- Novak Djokovic Blows Out Roger Federer To Reach Sixth Australian Open Final
- It was ugly early if you were a Roger Federer fan. Thursday night in the Australian Open semifinals, the much hyped Federer-Novak Djokovic showdown was as lopsided of a match as you will see on the men's tour.
- Novak Djokovic v Roger Federer In The 2016 Australian Open Semifinals, Who's The Pick?
- Boy do Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer play each other a lot. It seems every tournament they both enter, they end up meeting, often in the finals. Except Thursday night at the Australian Open where they will clash a round be...
- Murray Wins, Raonic Sets Canadian History at Aussie Open
- No. 2 seed Andy Murray moved one match away from a fifth Australian Open final, and perhaps a first-time win in Melbourne, but in his path will be a giant Canadian.
Murray on Wednesday handled No. 8 seed David Ferrer 6-3,...
- Andy Murray v David Ferrer, Milos Raonic v Gael Monfils; Who'll Make It To The Australian Open SFs?
- Things went according to form on the first day of the Australian Open quarterfinals. Will that continue Wednesday? Well, that depends on what you consider form.
First, to yesterday. Tomas Berdych did what he does best, and...
- Roger Federer v Tomas Berdych, Novak Djokovic v Kei Nishikori, Serena-Sharapova; Australian Open QF Picks And Pans
- It's about the very best possible line-up you could ask for on this start of two days of men's quarterfinal play at the Australian Open. As many predicted, the top 4 seeds in the top half survived four rounds to arrive into t...