The 2014 ATP World Tour Awards were announced Wednesday, and Roger Federer added two prestigious awards to his incredible list of records. The Swiss maestro was selected by his peers as winner of the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award for the 10th time, and by the fans as the ATP World Tour Fans’ Favorite for the 12th consecutive year. Since 2003, the 33-year-old Swiss has won a record total of 29 ATP World Tour Awards.
Andy Murray is the recipient of the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award, for his efforts in fundraising exhibitions and campaigns over the past two years, and in raising awareness for the work of Unicef, United for Wildlife, and Malaria No More.
Bob and Mike Bryan swept the doubles awards for a sixth straight year, taking both ATP World Tour #1 Doubles Team and ATP World Tour Fans’ Favorite Awards. 17-year-old Borna Coric won ATP Star of Tomorrow, for being the youngest player in the top 100. Voted by the players, Roberto Bautista Agut is the winner of Most Improved Player of the Year, and David Goffin as the Comeback Player of the Year.
The 2014 ATP World Tour Award winners will be presented with their awards next week at the O2 Arena in London. The Final Showdown begins November 9 and ends November 16.
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