The ATP circuit, waiting for the return, currently has the Big 3: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are the three players who won the most Grand Slam tournaments and probably three of the best in history. But there are also other talents, without those showcases but with an aesthetic that lifts any stadium.
The one with the best ranking in this list: the French occupies the 9th ranking and knew how to be 6th in the world in 2016. Loved on all the courts, Gael is 33 years old and has 10 titles.
Aesthetic in his figure and in his blows, a compatriot of Monfils, he has the same dose of talent as madness. It can explode on any court. He is 31 years old, is the 22nd in the world (18th in 2016) and has 3 titles in his career.
The Bad Boy of Canberra does not have the full acceptance of Monfils and is equally hated and loved. His serves from below, no look or hitting him between the legs illuminate the ATP circuit. He is 25 years old, is in 40th place (he was 13th) and won 6 titles.
Born in Entre Ríos but nationalized Uruguayan, he takes punches from either side. One of his points was chosen as the best of the decade at Wimbledon. He is 34 years old, is the 60th in the world (19th was his best location) and won 6 titles.
The German dreadlocks, called The Artist at UTS, is ranked 239th in the ranking and was never in the Top 50 (64th in the world in 2016). He did not win titles either and his great sporting achievement is his two wins against Rafael Nadal, to whom he never lost. Their popcorn is iconic.