What Is the Best Tennis Player?

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The world's best tennis player is Rafael Nadal and he is regarded as one of the greatest players of all times.
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The best tennis player is the one with maximum points from the games played in one sporting year. The best player today is Rafael Nadal in the male category and Dinara Safina is currently ranked first in the female category.
The best tennis player is a rank given to the best player in the game of tennis. This is a game played between two people against each other or two teams with two players each and they play using rackets that they use to strike a small rubber ball.
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