Born: May 22, 1987.
From: Belgrade, Serbia.
Ranked the Number 1 pro tennis player in the 2014 ATP world rankings. He is one of the world's top tennis players. Djokovic has won numerous championships; winning the 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2015 Australian Open, 2011 US Open, and 2011 and 2014 Wimbledon titles.
In 2007 he established the Novak Djokovic Foundation, which makes donations to support youths in their daily lives and education. In 2012, together with UNIQLO, he launched "Clothes for Smiles", a project that helps children work towards their dreams. He also serves as the UNICEF National Ambassador for Serbia.
Born: July 16, 1980.
From: Adelaide, Australia.
A world-class pro golfer. After placing 9th in his first Masters tournament in 2002, Scott won his first tour title at the Deutsche Bank Championship in September 2003.
In April 2013, immediately after becoming a Global Brand Ambassador for UNIQLO, he performed the exceptional feat of becoming the first Australian to win a Masters championship.
In 2005 he established the Adam Scott Foundation, which donates to causes like education for children and youths.
Born: December 29, 1989.
From: Shimane Prefecture, Japan.
A standout since he was a junior player, Nishikori won his first championship on the 2008 ATP tour, and in 2012 he advanced to the quarter-finals of the Australian Open. In September 2014 he became the first Japanese player in history to take 2nd at the US Open. In November of the same year, he became the first Japanese male to enter the top 5 in the world rankings. Nishikori continues to live up to his reputation as Japan's Ace.
Born: February 21, 1984.
From: Tokyo, Japan.
In 2007, Kunieda achieved the first wheelchair tennis Grand Slam in history. He is one of the world's leading wheelchair tennis players, with numerous titles and accolades including winning the 2008 Beijing Paralympics, defending at the 2012 London Paralympics, a #1 world ranking in 2014, and 8 championships at the Australian Open, where he was undefeated between 2008 and 2015.