Who Won ATP Awards 2021?
Jenson Brooksby managed to rise from 300+ to 56 in the ATP rankings, play in the Newport finals and reach the fourth round of the US Open.
Newcomer of the Year
Mackenzie McDonald has risen from 272+ to 54 in the ATP rankings, to play in the finals of the ATP 500 tournament in Washington, D.C
Comeback of the Year
Rafael Nadal wins the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award for the fourth consecutive and fifth time in his career
Aslan Karatsev made it from the qualifiers to the semifinals of the Australian Open and also won two ATP trophies in Dubai and Moscow
Most Improved Player of the Year
Cameron Norrie’s coach Facundo Lugones helped to guide the Briton to two titles from six finals, including Indian Wells Masters.
Coach of the Year
Roger Federer, although he missed most of the season, became a fan favorite for a record 19th consecutive time
Marcus Daniell, who announced in early 2021 that he would donate at least 10 percent of his annual winnings to effective charities for the rest of his life
Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award
The Indian Wells (ATP Masters 1000), Vienna (ATP 500) and Doha (ATP 250) tournaments won awards as the best tournaments in their categories
Tournament of the Year
Novak Djokovic earned the honor for the seventh time, surpassing Pete Sampras for the No. 1 finish of the year in FedEx ATP ranking history
ATP No. 1 presented by FedEx
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