Lleyton Hewitt is without a doubt one of Australia’s greatest ever tennis players.
His name is synonymous with attributes of determination and commitment, previously winning the 2001 U.S. Open singles title and conquering Wimbledon in 2002, becoming the youngest player in men’s singles history to earn the ATP number one ranking. He also led his country to famous Davis Cup victories in 1999 and 2003.
As the curtain closed on his tremendous tennis career, Lleyton's transition from the court, to becoming one of the most well-respected and renowned tennis commentators has been seamless. Lleyton is one of the most sought-after tennis commentators, currently heard on Channel 9 in Australia.
Outside of media, Lleyton is the Captain of the Australian Davis Cup team and works with major charities such as the Mater Foundation, as well as global brands including Nintendo.