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With the end of the tennis season, it's now time to know who were the bests in 2019. The ATP Awards can be considered the Oscars of the sport and in the four main categories, there are well-known names. Who would you vote for the Comeback Player of the Year, for the Most Improved Player of the Year, for Newcomer of the year or Sportsmanship of the Year?
Can I win it this year? ???????? pic.twitter.com/0jBe0aBg8v— Rafa Nadal (@RafaelNadal) 27 de novembro de 2019
Rafael Nadal is the main favorite to win this award. The Spanish tennis player finished the year as world number one and in addition to winning Roland Garros and the US Open also won the Davis Cup with Spain. But there is competition. Maybe the biggest coming from Dominic Thiem, who in 2019 played fantastic tennis and won numerous titles. The other two names to compete are Roger Federer and Diego Schwartzman.
This category aims to reward the efforts of injured players who returned in 2019 to the highest level. There are two Grand Slams winners among the nominees: Andy Murray and Stanislas Wawrinka. Andrey Rublev and Tsonga are the other two candidates.
2019 was a rich year in young talents that are beginning to become more competitive against the best players in the world. They are the future of tennis and judging by the year, it looks like the future is guaranteed in the hands of Felix Auger-Aliassime, Matteo Berrettini, Daniil Medvedev and of course the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas. What is your favorite?
This category will reward the young player who entered the top-100 in 2019 and created the greatest impact on the circuit. Jannik Sinner is probably the most mediatic, but the fight will not be easy between the Italian and the following names: Felix Auger-Aliassime, Alejandro Fokina, Corentin Moutet, Alex Popyrin, and Mikael Ymer.
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