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Nadal Honored for sportsmanship at ATP awards

Rafael Nadal has been selected as the winner of the Stefan Edberg Award the most sporty tennis player of the 2019 season that delivers the ATP, an award that joins the number one he already received during the ATP Finals last November an Manacorí was the most voted by his circuit mates to get this sports trophy for the second consecutive year and for a third in total after the one achieved in 2010.

The Balearic beat the Swiss in the vote Roger Federer, the Argentinian Diego Schwartzamnn and the Austrian Dominic Thiem.d the ITF champion he received this Thursday.

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In addition, the Scotsman Andy Murray He was recognized by the ‘Best Return’ after his return to the tracks despite announcing at the beginning of the year that he would retire after Wimbledon for his hip problems. A second operation has improved his physical condition and Dunblane’s could even play again in singles, conquering at the end of the year the tournament in Antwerp (Belgium).

The Italians Matteo Berrettini, which began 2019 in 54th place and finished in the eighth, and Jannik Sinner, champion of the Next Gen and who is 71 in the world after starting the season beyond the ‘Top 500’, were awarded as the tennis player who has improved the best and the best rookie on the circuit.

In addition, the Swiss Roger Federer and the American twins Mike and Bob Bryan they were chosen as the favorites of the fans in the single and double categories, while the French Gilles Cervara Russian technician Daniil Medvedev, took the trophy to the best coach. Indian Wells, Acapulco and Doha were recognized as best Masters 1,000 and best ATP 500 and ATP 250, respectively.

The International Tennis Federation also announced its year-end awards Thursday, with year-end No. 1s Nadal and Ash Barty named ITF World Champions.

It’s Nadal’s fourth selection, Barty’s first.

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