Players from four legendary tennis nations will fight against each other to win the trophy.


Born August 22 1964

Mats Wilander

Mats Wilander born 22 August 1964, is a former World No. 1 tennis player from Sweden. From 1982 to 1988, he won seven Grand Slam singles titles (three at the French Open, three at the Australian Open, and one at the US Open), and one Grand Slam men's doubles title (at Wimbledon).

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Born March 23 1972

Jonas Björkman

Jonas Björkman reached number four in single, but became number one in double 2001. As a double player he is one of the most successful Swedes of all time.

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Born February 16 1959

John McEnroe

John McEnroe is often considered among the greatest in the history of the sport with 7 singels and 10 doubles Grand Slam titles. He has been ranked world number one for 170 weeks. He is known for his shot-making artistry and volleying skills, as well as his confrontational on-court behaviour that frequently landed him in trouble with umpires and tennis authorities.

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Born July 1 1966

Patrick McEnroe

Patrick was ranked number four in double, and 28th in single. He has a total of 17 ATP titles on the track record, which shows he had a very successful career.

But his results rarely get a really fair assessment. Reason: he is constantly compared to big brother John. Now Patrick team up with John, to play for Team USA.

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Born 4 July 1963

Henri Leconte

Henri Leconte reached the men's singles final at the French Open in 1988, won the French Open men's doubles title in 1984, and helped France win the Davis Cup in 1991. Leconte's career-high singles ranking was world No. 5.

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Cédric Pioline

Cédric Pioline was ranked No. 5 in 2000 and won Davis Cup twice, but he never managed to earn a Grand Slam title.

However, he reached the men’s singles final at the 1993 US Open and at Wimbledon in 1997. On both occasions, he was beaten by Pete Sampras.

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Born 27 May 1965

Pat Cash

Pat Cash won Wimbledon 1987 and has been in 2 other Grand Slam finals losing out to Wilander and Edberg. On the other hand he was instrumental in securing two Davis Cup victories for Australia 1983 and 1986, both times beating Sweden in the finals. He reached a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. 4 in May 1988 and a career-high ATP doubles ranking of world No. 6 in August 1988. He has been described as one of the greatest net players of all time by Sport Australia Hall of Fame.

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Born September 23 1965

Mark Woodforde

Woodforde is undoubtedly one of tennis history’s most successful double players. For many years he formed couples with compatriot Todd Woodbridge.

However, three of Woodforde’s first four double titles were joined by John McEnroe.

Mark Woodforde took a total of 67 double titles, including twelve in Grand Slam. He has an Olympic gold medal, an Olympic silver medal and a Davis Cup title on the track record.

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