Induction into the International Tennis Hall of Fame is the highest honor in tennis, and represents a sum of the achievements and impact of the honoree being at the highest level in the sport.
Voting for fans of the International Tennis Hall of Fame will take place October 15-31. The first three votes in fan voting will receive bonus percentage points on their official voting pool result. The Official Voting Group is comprised of expert tennis journalists, historians, and Hall of Famers.
The 2022 nominees are:
-Ana Ivanovic, 2008 French Open champion and former world number 1.
-Flavia Pennetta, champion of the United States Open in 2015 and former world No. 1 in doubles.
-Cara Black, from Zimbabwe, former world No. 1 in doubles and winner of 10 major titles in doubles and mixed doubles.
-Lisa Raymond, of the United States, former World No. 1 in doubles and winner of 11 Grand Slam titles in doubles and mixed doubles.
-Carlos Moyá, from Spain, winner of the 1998 French Open and former world No. 1.
-Juan Carlos Ferrero, 2003 Roland Garros champion and former world No. 1.
Ivanovic, Black, Pennetta and Moyá are all new nominees, while Ferrero and Raymond are returning for their second year in the final. It is the policy of the International Tennis Hall of Fame that a nominee remains on the ballot for up to three consecutive years, unless voted on.