of Croatia on day thirteen of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club at Wimbledon on July 16, 2017, in London, England." itemprop="content Url representative Of Page" width="660" height="auto" tw="1200" th="800" / now works as Roger's public manager and helps him manage his career.
RELATED: Where Was Meghan Markle During Pippa Middleton's Wedding?WATCH: Pippa Middleton Marries James Matthews: See Her Stunning Dress!A source tells ET that the crowd cheered for Federer as he walked up the path to St.They have had to lower their standards because they have basically run out of people to induct: - There have been 138 men and women, eligible for the HOF, who have won 2 or more Grand Slam single titles—132 of them are in the HOF or 96%. So if one was to set the standard for HOF at just two single Grand Slams or 8 doubles Grand Slams (ignoring mixed doubles), and considering the HOF will cut off eligibility for those retired more than 20 years after 2018, then over the next five years there would be only nine potential candidates for HOF—all pretty borderline: Mary Pierce (2 singles), Yevgeny Kafelnikov (2 singles, 4 doubles), Sergi Bruguera (2 singles), Pascual (10 doubles), Jonas Bjorkman (9 doubles), Helena Sukova (9 doubles), Paola Suarez (8 doubles) with Li Na (2 singles) and Lleyton Hewitt (2 singles, 1 doubles) becoming eligible.- Of the 6 that aren't in, only 1 has 3 titles (Joan Hartigan, who won 3 Australian titles in the 50s) with the other five having 2 titles. I either could see Pierce, Kafelnikov, Li Na, and Hewitt getting in and Bruguera and Sukova losing eligibility meaning there will be very few options after those five years other than one-Slam winners, until current players retire.