- Sport: Olympic Tennis
- Nation: Switzerland
- Notes: The top-ranked men's player in the world. ... Winner of 12 Grand Slam singles titles in his career, including five straight
Wimbledon crowns from 2003-07. ... Has also won the last four U.S. Open titles. ... Owns three Australian Open titles (2004,
2006, 2007). ... Has never won the French Open, reaching the final and losing to world No. 2 Rafael Nadal in 2006 and 2007.
... Will compete in his third Olympics in search of his first medal. ... Made his Olympic debut in the 2000 Games in Sydney,
losing to Tommy Haas of Germany in the semifinals and Arnaud di Pasquale of France in the bronze-medal match. ... Was the
top seed in the 2004 Olympics in Athens, but was upset by Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic in the second round. ... Also
competed in the doubles tournament in Athens, partnering with Yves Allegro and losing in the second round to Mahesh Bhupathi
and Leander Paes of India. ... Owns 54 career ATP Tour singles titles, including 14 ATP Masters Series titles and four Masters
Cup titles. ... Also owns seven career ATP Tour doubles titles, partnering twice with Allegro. ... Highest career doubles
ranking was No. 24 on June 9, 2003. ... Named the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year a record four straight years from 2005-08.