Official Player Sites - Male
If you want to get the information from the horse's mouth, it's best to check out the players' own websites. Here's a list of official ATP player websites, some of current players and some of retired players. It's continually being updated. If you know of a site that should be added, just e-mail me at email@example.com.
George Bastl: Who knew that Swiss player George Bastl, famous only for his miraculous victory over Pete Sampras at Wimbledon, would have an English official website? He even offers to send you a weekly newsletter.
Jonas Bjorkman: Jonas Bjorkman sends in updates about his tour play regularly.
Alex Bogomolov Jr: His sister is listed as the website general manager so the site should be accurate.
Bob and Mike Bryan: Their father sends in updates periodically.
Pat Cash: Not up to date, but not totally useless and starts with a funny opening line considering his reputation. "Pat Cash has always thrived in a team environment."
Michael Chang: Mostly about current activities of the Chang Family Foundation like the Christian Sports League.
Marco Chiudinelli: He updates his own news section.
Arnaud Clement: A very slick site, well worth a visit if you read French. Newsletter.
Ramon Delgado: A nice site by the Paraguayan player, only in Spanish. Newsletter.
Novak Djokovic: An excellent site - well-updated news, nice multimedia section and everything else an official site could have.
Roger Federer: A good all-around site. You can register to receive an excellent free newsletter from Roger issued a few times a year. Q & A with Roger posted. Good forums - in true Roger Federer fashion, you have your choice of the English forum, the German forum, or the French forum.
David Ferrer: In Spanish only.
Richard Gasquet: Nice site. French and English versions.
Brad Gilbert: No shortage of material to browse through here. Check out BG Nation for Brad's diary entries - scarily, he writes just like he talks.
Fernando Gonzalez: Only in Spanish, but a very nice-looking site.
Tommy Haas: Lots of personal information from Tommy. I'm pretty sure this is the only tennis site with an Arnold Schwarzenegger page.
Goran Ivanisevic: Doesn't seem to have been updated since his Wimbledon victory.
Nicolas Kiefer: Only in German.
Gustavo Kuerten: Your choice of Portuguese, Spanish or English - sometimes all mixed together. An excellent site with a ton of stuff to look through.
Henri Leconte: Seems to have stopped updating the site in 2003.
Ivan Ljubicic: A good official site.
Feliciano Lopez: A solid but unspectacular site. It looks like they use a computer translation program for the English news section with highly entertaining results.
Paul-Henri Mathieu: Only in French, but a really excellent site.
Andrei Medvedev: Wins the award for best idea for a website of a retired player. His site still has information about Medvedev, his career, and current activities but has also transitioned into an excellent website that follows all Ukranian tennis players.
Max Mirnyi: Just the basics.
Jarkko Nieminen: Not much here.
Yannick Noah: About his music career.
Graydon Oliver: An interesting look at a less glamorous side of professional tennis - life as a doubles specialist on the ATP Tour.
Oliver Rochus: Only in French.
Pete Sampras: A very flashy site for the player who wasn't.
Sjeng Schalken: Only in Dutch but it looks good.
Rainer Schuettler: Only in German but looks like a very good site.
Vince Spadea: No one ever said Vince lacked personality.
Jim Thomas: More on the other side of tennis - the life of a doubles specialist.
Brian Vahaly: Good site by a lesser known American player.
Stanislas Wawrinka: In French only.
David Wheaton: Mostly about his post-tennis career.