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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 protennis@optonline.net

Ronald Agenor

Yves Allegro

Marcos Baghdatis

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.

Benjamin Becker

Jonas Bjorkman: Jonas Bjorkman sends in updates about his tour play regularly.

Alex Bogomolov JrHis sister is listed as the website general manager so the site should be accurate.

Bob and Mike Bryan: Their father sends in updates periodically.

Agustin Calleri

Guillermo Canas

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.

Alex Corretja

Albert Costa

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.

Benedikt Dorsch

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.

Mardy Fish

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.

Robby Ginepri

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.

Tim Henman

Ivo Heuberger

John Isner

Goran Ivanisevic: Doesn't seem to have been updated since his Wimbledon victory.

Scoville Jenkins: 

Nicolas Kiefer: Only in German.

Mark Knowles

Gustavo Kuerten: Your choice of Portuguese, Spanish or English - sometimes all mixed together.  An excellent site with a ton of stuff to look through. 

Alex Kuznetsov

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.

Juergen Melzer

Max Mirnyi: Just the basics.

Rafael Nadal:

Jarkko Nieminen: Not much here.

Magnus Norman

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.

Tommy Robredo:

Oliver Rochus:  Only in French.

Andy Roddick:

Marc Rosset:

Marat Safin:

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.

Paradorn Srichaphan

David Sherwood

Vince Spadea: No one ever said Vince lacked personality.

Jim Thomas: More on the other side of tennis - the life of a doubles specialist.

Dmitry Tursunov

Brian Vahaly: Good site by a lesser known American player.

Martin Verkerk

Filippo Volandri:

Stanislas Wawrinka: In French only.

David Wheaton: Mostly about his post-tennis career.