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Toronto, October 17, 2022 — Canadian tennis legend Daniel Nestor has been named on the ballot for the International Tennis Hall of Fame’s Class of 2023 in the Player Category. Nestor joins six returning nominees and two additional candidates in the Wheelchair Tennis Category.

Nestor, 50, enjoyed a storied playing career from 1991 until his retirement in 2018, winning eight doubles and four mixed doubles Grand Slam titles as well as an Olympic Gold medal (Sydney 2000) and four ATP Tour Finals doubles crowns. In total, Nestor claimed 91 career-titles, reigned as the No. 1-ranked doubles player in the world for over 100 weeks and held the record as the first player to win 1,000 ATP doubles matches. He was also a regular on Canada’s Davis Cup team having played in 53 ties, including the 2013 semi-finals against Serbia.

To read the full press release, visit the Press Releases page of the Tennis Canada Virtual Media Centre.

Information: Oliver Wheeler, Manager, Communications, owheeler@tenniscanada.com or 647-458-4005