|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:
- Petra Kvitova Avoids French Open Upset; Monday With Halep, Radwanska And Muguruza
- Only five women's matches were completed amidst the rains in Paris on Sunday, with three seeds advancing into the second round.
Seeded winners were No. 10 Petra Kvitova surviving a three-set encounter with Montenegro's Da...
- Bertens, Garcia Grab WTA Titles and Momentum Headed Into French Open
- Caroline Garcia and Kiki Bertens claimed some mojo by winning claycourt titles entering Roland Garros on Saturday.
Bertens, a qualifier, won the WTA title in Nurnberg, her second career title, defeating Mariana Duque-Mari...
- Is Birthday Boy Andy Murray Finally Ready To End Novak Djokovic's Run In Rome? Who's The Pick?
- For the third straight day Novak Djokovic had to fight to stay alive in the Rome Masters. After dropping a bagel set Thursday to Thomaz Bellucci, Djokovic fought off a tough Rafael Nadal Friday and today overcame an early ank...
- Novak Djokovic Beats Rafael Nadal In Thriller While Andy Murray Impresses; Rome SF Picks And Pans
- He played better, he's getting closer, but Rafael Nadal still cannot solve the Novak Djokovic riddle right now. And few can! Today, Nadal lost his 7th straight to his rival in the Rome quarterfinals 7-5, 7-6(4) in a very good...
- Roger Federer: I Knew I Was Never Good Enough To Do Well In Rome, So It Was Just An Information Event
- After losing Thursday to Dominic Thiem in the Rome third round, Roger Federer addressed the media about his ailing back and his plans for the French Open which begins in nine days. He doesn't sound too worried.
- Thiem Out For Another Title In Munich; Almagro, Dimitrov Sunday Favorites Against First-Time Title Hopefuls
- Dominic Theim knocked down wunderkind Alexander Zverev 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 to advance to the Munich final where he'll face another German in Philipp Kohlschreiber.
“It's unbelievable how he plays at 19 years old,” Thiem said...
- Rafael Nadal Comes Back To Beat Andy Murray, Meets Gael Monfils In Monte Carlo Final; Who's The Pick?
- Turns out this week in Monte Carlo wasn't about Roger Federer's comeback, but instead about Rafael Nadal's! Nadal came into the European clay season with just one single solitary Top 40 win on what had been a dismal season. B...
- Novak Djokovic, Kei Nishikori Advance To Miami Open Final
- The final at the second Masters 1000 event of the season is set in Miami and it features World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and first-time finalist Kei Nishikori.
On Friday in the afternoon heat, Djokovic edged a very tough David ...