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20.03.2014

Lleyton Hewitt battles for his 600th match win, coming from a set and a break down to defeat Robin Haase at the Sony Open Tennis.

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20.03.2014

Lleyton Hewitt celebrates his 600th match win at the Sony Open Tennis.

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09.01.2014

When not playing matches, Lleyton Hewitt looks after his three children, including mini-me son Cruz, seen practicing with the Adelaide native at the Australian Open.

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08.01.2014

Rod Laver presents Lleyton Hewitt with his 29th tour-level title after the Aussie toppled Roger Federer in the Brisbane final in January 2014.

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10.09.2013

Lleyton Hewitt rolled back the years in a stunning five-set win over Juan Martin del Potro in the second round of the 2013 US Open.

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08.09.2013

Lleyton Hewitt was joined by wife Bec at the ATP Heritage No. 1 Celebration in September 2013.

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08.09.2013

Lleyton Hewitt finally achieved his goal of putting Australia back in the Davis Cup World Group in September 2013, a season that saw him finish in the Top 75 for the first time in three years.

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08.07.2012

Wild card Lleyton Hewitt lost his first career grass-court final in eight title match appearances in Newport in 2012 (l. to Isner). It was a season that saw him successfully come through potentially career-ending toe surgery in the spring.

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08.09.2011

The Aussie’s Davis Cup heroics could not save Australia from defeat to Switzerland in the 2011 World Group play-offs. It was a season that saw him endure left foot surgery in the spring and reach three ATP World Tour quarter-finals.

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08.06.2010

Lleyton Hewitt successfully returned from right hip surgery at the start of 2010 to win his 28th tour-level title with victory over Roger Federer in Halle in June, ending a 15-match losing streak against the Swiss.

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05.05.2009

Lleyton Hewitt becomes just the third active player to reach the 500 match wins plateau after saving two match points to defeat German Philipp Petzschner at the 2009 BWM Open in Munich.

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15.04.2009

A star for Daddy! Daughter Mia takes part in the victory celebration after her father wins his 27th tour-level title in April 2009 at Houston.

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15.08.2008

Lleyton Hewitt's 2008 season ends in a loss to Rafael Nadal at the Beijing Olympics. He undergoes surgery for a hip injury a week later, and finishes the year outside the Top 25 for the first time since his rookie season.

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15.01.2008

The Aussie celebrates in 2008 after prevailing in a four hour, 45-minute marathon against Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis at 4:34 a.m., the latest finish in Australian Open history.

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15.09.2007

A fired-up Lleyton Hewitt does the 'vicht' after posting a five-set win over Serbia's Janko Tipsarevic in the 2007 Davis Cup World Group play-offs.

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15.02.2007

Lleyton Hewitt extends his streak of winning at least one ATP title to a 10th straight year after defeating Jurgen Melzer in the 2007 Tennis Channel Open final, and afterwards receives a key to the city of Las Vegas.

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15.06.2006

Lleyton Hewitt posts wins over Rafael Nadal, Tim Henman and James Blake in 2006 at the Queen's Club en route to his 25th tour-level title.

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15.01.2005

After coming up just shy of the title in the 2005 Australian Open final, Lleyton Hewitt accepts the runner-up trophy from Ken Rosewall.

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15.09.2004

The Aussie congratulates Roger Federer after the 2004 US Open final. A couple months later, Lleyton Hewitt would again fall victim to the Swiss in the Tennis Masters Cup final.

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15.02.2004

Lleyton Hewitt defeats another former World No. 1, Juan Carlos Ferrero, to win his first European indoor title in 2004 at Rotterdam.

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15.12.2003

Despite finishing as the No. 2 Aussie behind Mark Philippoussis in 2003, Lleyton Hewitt savours his second Davis Cup victory.

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15.06.2003

The two-time ATP World Tour Champion receives his trophy as the 2002 ATP Player of the Year.

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15.12.2002

In 2002, Lleyton Hewitt becomes the fourth player to rank No. 1 for every week during the year and the seventh player to finish No. 1 for at least two straight years.

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15.11.2002

Lleyton Hewitt caps off his 2002 ATP World Tour season in Shanghai by defeating Spaniard Juan Carlos Ferrero in a five-set Tennis Masters Cup final.

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15.07.2002

Lleyton Hewitt joins the ranks of champions at the All England Club after defeating Argentine David Nalbandian in the 2002 Wimbledon final.

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15.03.2002

The World No. 1 claims his first ATP World Tour Masters 1000 shield after posting wins over Pete Sampras and Tim Henman in 2002 at Indian Wells.

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30.11.2001

A 20-year-old Lleyton Hewitt becomes the youngest player and the first Australian to finish No. 1 in the history of the South African Airways ATP Rankings, overtaking Gustavo Kuerten who had come into the 2001 Tennis Masters Cup with a 48-point lead in the Rankings.

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29.11.2001

Lleyton Hewitt becomes the first Australian to win the year-end championships, finishing the 2001 season with circuit-best marks of 80 match wins and six titles.

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28.11.2001

The Aussie exalts after defeating Juan Carlos Ferrero to reach the 2001 Tennis Masters Cup final.

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27.11.2001

Lleyton Hewitt goes undefeated through round-round action at the 2001 Tennis Masters Cup, defeating countryman Pat Rafter, American Andre Agassi and Frenchman Sebastien Grosjean.

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26.11.2001

Lleyton Hewitt stands with the world's best in front of the Sydney Harbor Bridge ahead of the 2001 Tennis Masters Cup.

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15.09.2001

Lleyton Hewitt wins his first Grand Slam title at the 2001 US Open, dismissing four-time champion Pete Sampras in straight sets.

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15.05.2001

Lleyton Hewitt celebrates Australia's victory at the 2001 ARAG ATP World Tour Championship, along with team captain Darren Cahill, Scott Draper, Wayne Arthurs and Patrick Rafter.

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15.11.2000

In 2000, Lleyton Hewitt becomes the first teenager to qualify for the Tennis Masters Cup and finish in the Top 10 since Andrei Medvedev in 1993.

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15.01.2000

Lleyton Hewitt wins his first of four titles in 2000 at Adelaide, the site of his maiden ATP World Tour triumph two years earlier at 16 years and 10 months of age.

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15.09.1999

Lleyton Hewitt helps Australia to the 1999 Davis Cup title after compiling a 4-2 match record during his debut year.

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15.01.1998

Lleyton Hewitt, who plays a shot during his first-round match at the 1998 Australian Open, made his tournament debut a year earlier as the youngest qualifier in the history of the tournament.

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