ATP Tennis "Who did that?"

Name the ATP player who achieved the corresponding accomplishment
All facts are accurate as of 4/29/2022
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Last updated: April 29, 2022
First submittedApril 29, 2022
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He hit the hardest recorded serve ever on the ATP Tour (157.2 mph/253 kph)
John Isner
He was the first person in the Open Era to successfully defend his Wimbledon championship
Rod Laver
He was the first person to ever beat Rafeal Nadal at the French Open
Robin Soderling
He has won a record nine Australian Open titles
Novak Djokovic
He is the winningest Norwegian tennis player ever
Casper Ruud
He is the only person outside of the Big Four to win the French Open since 2005
Stan Wawrinka
He is the most recent American Grand Slam champion (2003 U.S. Open)
Andy Roddick
He has won 20 Grand Slam titles, including eight Wimbledon titles
Roger Federer
He was beaten each member of the Big Three, but has never been ranked inside the top 10
Nick Kyrgios
He is a knight, and has also won two gold medals at the Olympics
Andy Murray
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These brothers formed the greatest doubles team in the history of the sport
Bryan Brothers
He has won more major championships than any other man
Rafael Nadal
He lost to John Isner in the longest tennis match ever in just over 11 hours played over 3 days at Wimbledon 2010
Nicholas Mahut
He held the record for most Grand Slam titles won with 13, until Roger Federer passed him in 2009
Pete Sampras
He is the tallest ever ATP Tour athlete, standing 6'11"
Reilly Opelka
He is the winningest Swedish tennis player ever
Bjorn Borg
He rose to world number one in February 2022, becoming the first person outside the Big Four to earn that honor since 2004
Daniil Medvedev
He beat Roger Federer in the 2009 U.S. Open final, winning his only Grand Slam title
Juan Martin Del Potro
He became the youngest player since Nadal to enter the ATP top 10 in April 2022
Carlos Alcaraz
He was arguably the greatest serve-and-volley player ever, and won two Grand Slam titles
Pat Rafter
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