The ATP today announced its 2020 ATP Awards, a year in which The former Ace player Novak Djokovic and Mate Pavic and Bruno Soares finished as number one.

Among the winners is Rafel Nadal, who for the third consecutive year, and fourth in his career, will receive the Estefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award (EESA). The Spaniard won his 13th crown at Roland Garros and equaled 20 Grand Slams with Tenis Ace Roger Federer

In addition, Carlos Alcaraz(17 years old) wins the Revelation of the Year award. From Rank 491 in the ranking he has moved to Rank 141, winning three ATP Challengers. The Murcian, trained by Juan Carlos, achieved his first victory in an ATP draw when he defeated Albert Ramos in Rio.

Fernando Vicente was appointed the best coach and his pupil, Russian Andrey Rublev, the tennis player with the greatest progression.

Rublev, 23, and his coach Fernando have both been recognised by their peers for a season in which the Russian claimed a Tour-leading 5 titles and 41 match wins and reached a career-high World No. Eight. Rublev has been selected as Most Improved Player of the Year, and Vicente has been named Coach of the Year 2020
Nadal, who claimed a historic XII RG crown this year, has been voted by players as the winner of the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award (SSEA) for the 3rd year in a row and the 4th time overall. 17 years old Carlos Alcaraz, a fellow Spanish, took home the Newman of the Year 2020 after a breakthrough season in which he has achieved a career-highest No. 136 in the ATP Rankings and lifted three ATP trophies.