|Former Men's Halle Tennis Champions:
2009 Tommy Haas
2008 Roger Federer
2007 Tomas Berdych
2006 Roger Federer
2005 Roger Federer
2004 Roger Federer
2003 Roger Federer
2002 Yevgeny Kafelnikov
2001 Thomas Johansson
2000 David Prinosil
1999 Nicolas Kiefer
1998 Yevgeny Kafelnikov
1997 Yevgeny Kafelnikov
1996 Nicklas Kulti
1995 Marc Rosset
1994 Michael Stich
1993 Henri Leconte
The latest Halle tournament news:
- Victoria Azarenka Details Custody Battle Over Baby That May Keep Her Out Of US Open
- Earlier today Victoria Azarenka opened up on the reports that she and her now ex-boyfriend Billy McKeague in involved in a custody battle over baby Leo. The heartfelt note also revealed that she still doesn't know if she'll p...
- Svitolina Perfect, Wozniacki Perfectly Bad in Finals after WTA Toronto Championship
- Elina Svitolina won a tour-leading fifth title of the year, sending former No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki to 0-6 in 2017 finals on Sunday with a 6-4, 6-0 victory in the final of the Rogers Cup in Toronto.
"I need some time stil...
- Zverev Ends Shapovalov's Dream Canadian Open, Will Meet Federer in Sunday Final
- playing has gone up a notch. I'm just playing better."
Federer leads Zverev 2-1 with the German winning in Halle last year while Federer gained revenge this past June.
"I think he's definitely the favourite," said Zvere...
- Nishikori Stops Del Potro's DC Streak At 2am; Roanic, Zverev Advance But Thiem, Dimitrov Out
- After another day of rain delays, Kei Nishikori needed to wait until 2am to eliminate Juan Martin del Potro from the Washington with a 6-4, 7-5 victory. In the battle of former champions, Nishikori led with a break in the sec...
- Federer Flawless Against Cilic, Wins Record 8th Wimbledon Title, 19th Grand Slam
- He’s about to be 36, but that’s not a problem for Roger Federer. But it’s a problem for everyone else at the top of men's tennis because after all these years - 17 of them - he's still winning. The Swiss sorcerer contin...
- Roger Federer v Marin Cilic In The Wimbledon Final, Who's The Pick?
- So it shouldn't be a big surprise to have Roger Federer and Marin Cilic in the Wimbledon final. Why? Well, that's what I picked at the start of the event. And I don't see myself going back on that now.
Yesterday, Federer p...
- Struggling Kerber Keeps on Winning at Wimbledon; Monday's Round of 16 Set
- World No. 1 Angelique Kerber continues to look less than comfortable on the Wimbledon lawns, but continues to win as she earned a Sunday rest and a spot in the round of 16 come Monday at the All-England Club.
Down a set a...
- Grand Slams Considering Cutting First Round Prize Money To Stem The Tide Of Early Retirements
- In the men's draw at Wimbledon this week, seven players retired in the first round, with four players failing to even play two full sets. For their efforts, they each collected roughly $45,200 and for those on Centre Court li...