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ATP Champions Tour Eligibility

To be eligible to compete on the ATP Champions Tour, players must have been either a World No. 1 singles player during their competitive playing careers, a Grand Slam singles finalist or a singles player in a victorious Davis Cup team.

Boris Becker is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he is a multiple Grand Slam Champion, winning six in total, and a former World Number One. He has also been a member of two German Davis Cup winning teams, in 1988 and 1989.

Bjorn Borg is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he is a multiple Grand Slam champion, winning 11 major titles in total. He was also a former World No.1 and a singles player on the Swedish team that won the Davis Cup in 1975.

Sergi Bruguera is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he won the French Open title in 1993 and 1994.

Pat Cash is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he is a Grand Slam Champion having won Wimbledon in 1987. He was also a singles player on the Australian Teams that won the Davis Cup in 1983 and 1987.

Michael Chang is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he is a Grand Slam Champion, winning the French Open in 1989.

Jimmy Connors is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he is an eight-time Grand Slam Champion and a former World Number One.

Albert Costa is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour by virtue of the fact that he is a Grand Slam Champion, having won the French Open in 2002.

Jim Courier is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he is a multiple Grand Slam champion, winning a total of four major titles, including two French Opens and two Australian Opens. He was also a member of the USA teams that won the Davis Cup in 1992 and 1995.

Stefan Edberg is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he is a multiple Grand Slam Champion, winning six Major titles in total. In addition he held the number one position in the world for a total of 72 weeks. He was also a singles player on the Swedish Teams that won the Davis Cup in 1984, 1985, 1987 and 1994.

Thomas Enqvist is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he was a finalist at the Australian Open in 1999.

Guy Forget is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour by virtue of the fact that he was a singles player on the French team which won the 1991 Davis Cup. In fact, in the final against the USA, he was instrumental in France’s success, winning both the doubles rubber partnered with Henri Leconte, and the decisive singles rubber against Pete Sampras.

Gaston Gaudio because he is a Grand Slam Champion, having won the French Open title in 1994. 

Andres Gomez is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he is a Grand Slam Champion, winning the French Open in 1990.

Goran Ivanisevic is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he is a Grand Slam Champion. The Croat won the Wimbledon title in 2001.

Anders Jarryd is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he played (and won) singles matches in the 1987 Davis Cup final, in which Sweden beat India 5-0.

Yevgeny Kafelnikov is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he is both a former World Number One and a Grand Slam Champion. Yevgeny won two Grand Slam titles, in Australia in 1999, and at Roland Garros in 1996. He reached the World Number One ranking in May 1999, and remained there for six weeks.

Petr Korda is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he is a Grand Slam Champion, having won the Australian Open in 1998. He was also a finalist at the French Open in 1992.

Richard Krajicek is eligible to play on the ATP Champions Tour because he is a former Grand Slam Champion, having won the Wimbledon title in 1996.

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