Tim Henman was one of Britain’s most successful male tennis players of the open era. He was Britain’s No 1; reached four Wimbledon semi-finals and peaked at No 4 in the ATP world rankings in a career that lasted 14 years, beginning in 1993 and lasting until his retirement from the sport in 2007.
Since his retirement Tim has been a member of BBC Wimbledon commentary team which he joined in 2008.
In the course of his tennis career Tim won a silver medal at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta and played Davis Cup for Great Britain from the age of 19. He won 11 titles in the course of his career.
Off the court Tim was Chairman of the ATP Charities programme in 2000 and also founded his own charity that year called ‘Kids at Heart’.
His interests still include all sports and, in particular golf, where he plays off a scratch handicap.
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