Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic have won 55 Grand Slam titles combined, and the streak has been open from 2003. They have improved each other and keep leading the tennis rankings. Radek Stepanek, a former world No.
8 who worked with Djokovic in the beginning of 2018, said: 'Every year they write history. You say Federer will not win anything anymore... And then he has won three Grand Slams. You then say that Nadal had so many injuries. And then he became world No.
1. And so forth. It simply confirms that it is the best era.' Stepanek also commented on the Serb's comeback: 'Only Djokovic may have surprised me. What he did in the last months is respectable. When I saw what he was going through at the beginning of the year, I was not really trusting him.'
Gustavo Kuerten has been named one of the GQ's Brazil Men of the Year in 2018, receiving this recognition for the second time after 2015. Kuerten won three French Open titles and he is the French Open Ambassador. He also helps Brazil in trying to discover new tennis talents.
Speaking about his career, the former world No. 1 said: 'I am convinced that I was privileged, had conditions that few have without having to do much more than dedicate myself to my mission. It gives me the certainty that the least I can do is to serve these 700 children at the Institute better and better', said Kuerten, who is active on the charitable side as well helping children.