Date of Birth: 13.03.1974
Plays:  Right Handed
Height:  6'3" 
Highest ranking:  4 (November 1999) 
Career singles titles:  19
Grand Slam results:
Australian Open: F (1999)
French Open: 4R (2001)
Wimbledon: QF (2001)
US Open: 4R (1993, 1996, 2000)

Throughout his junior, professional and senior career, Enqvist has proven himself a stern competitor. After winning both the junior Australian Open and Wimbledon titles before turning professional in 1991, the man from Stockholm was clearly destined for the top. However, despite finishing in the World’s top ten on four occasions and winning 19 ATP Tour singles titles, a Grand Slam title managed to elude him. The closest Enqvist came to winning a major was the last Australian Open of the twentieth century. In the build up to the Grand Slam events, he won the title in Adelaide, beating a teenage Lleyton Hewitt, and this winning streak continued in Melbourne Park as Enquist crushed the hopes of home favorites Patrick Rafter and Mark Philippoussis, both falling to Enqvist’s powerful hard court game. Thomas took an early lead in the final, but Yevgeny Kafelnikov ultimately proved too adept, winning the title 4-6,6-0,6-3,7-6. 

Enqvist’s most sterling service was perhaps in the Davis Cup in 1997, where he played a major role in sending Sweden through to the final for the fourth time in as many years.