|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:
- Watch Dustin Brown Hit This Amazing Behind-The-Back Volley Winner [Video]
- In a losing effort at the Bergamo Challenger in Italy, Dustin Brown hit one of the better volleys you will see, connecting on this behind-the-back winner:
Brown eventually lost the match to Aldin Setkic in three sets. ...
- ITF, Tennis Integrity Unit Ruining Public Perception of Tennis
- Dear International Tennis Federation,
Please stop crushing the reputation of professional tennis worldwide, with tennis fans and the general public perception.
On Tuesday, on the bottom news scroll on ESPN screens arou...
- All Eyes on Rafael Nadal in Buenos Aires: ATP Previews This Week
- ARGENTINA OPEN
Buenos Aires, Argentina; Surface: clay
Seeds: Rafael Nadal, David Ferrer, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, John Isner, Dominic Thiem, Fabio Fognini, Alexandr Dolgopolov, Pablo Cuevas
Floaters: Juan Monaco, Fernando ...
- 11 Things I Think I Thought About The Australian Open, Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams And Roger Federer's Knee
- Now that the first Grand Slam of 2016 is over, some thoughts on the Australian Open.
1. Djokovic's Era
He crushed Roger Federer, manhandled Andy Murray and he's already whipped Rafael Nadal and to make matters worse for t...
- Novak Djokovic: No Doubt That I'm Playing The Best Tennis Of My Life The Last 15 Months
- Novak Djokovic captured his sixth Australian Open and 11th overall Grand Slam Sunday night beating friend and rival Andy Murray 61, 75, 76(3).
Djokovic has now won five of the last seven Slams including the last three as h...
- Kerber Stuns Nervous Serena Williams for Australian Open Title
- German Angie Kerber played some of her best tennis in her first Grand Slam final, but for Serena Williams it was just more of a worrisome, ongoing story as another error-strewn performance saw another Slam title slip from her...
- Angelique Kerber: It Sounds Crazy But I Can Say I'm A Grand Slam Champion Now!
- Angelique Kerber is a Grand Slam champion. The 28-year-old stunned the tennis world beating big favorite Serena Williams 64, 36, 64 Saturday night at the Australian Open to capture her first career Grand Slam title.
- Serena Williams: Everyone Expects Me To Win Every Single Match, But I'm Not A Robot
- Big favorite Serena Williams just couldn't finish the job at the Australian Open Saturday night. The 6-time champion had never lost in the final and had won five of six meetings with Angelique Kerber but the German was too st...