Tim Henman is a now retired, former professional tennis player from the UK who was the number one ranked Brit on a number of occasions. The first time he reached the top spot was in 1996, regaining it in 1999 and holding it until 2005, when Andy Murray took over the position. Henman played tennis from the age of three and was much loved by the British public. He was always well supported by the country, so much so that one of the viewing areas at Wimbledon affectionately became known as Henman Hill. “Come on Tim!” was a popular refrain during his playing years with the serve and volley style of his game often coming up slightly short when it came to the finals in the big tournaments.
After an injury that kept him out for two years as a youth, by 1996 Henman was quickly rising up through the ATP ranks and reached the quarter-finals of the Wimbledon Championships in the same year. Although a specialist player on grass courts, he still managed to reach the semis in both the US and French opens in 2004. After retiring from playing in 2007, Tim has taken up a job as commentator with the BBC alongside the likes of John McEnroe and is a hugely popular sporting star who remains active in the ATP Champions Tour (a tour for former professional tennis players). Overall, Tim is one of the most successful open era male tennis players to come from Britain with $11,635,542 in prize money throughout his career.
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