Roger Federer,
Rafael Nadal,
Serena Williams and others in the greatest career comebacks in tennis

Some players have defied the odds and performed comebacks that have turned around their careers. So here are some of those unforgettable revivals

Novak Djokovic's 2018 resurgence

12th seed Novak Djokovic won his 4th Wimbledon title in 2018 after having serious injury troubles in 2016-2017.

Novak Djokovic Wimbledon reunion

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Kim Clijsters wins a Grand Slam as a 'MOM'

At US Open 2009, Kim Clijsters won her first Grand Slam since becoming a mother. She was an unseeded and wildcard champion in New York.

Clijsters' first of three slams as a mother

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Rafael Nadal's 2013 comeback

After exiting Wimbledon in the first round in 2013, Nadal forged an 18-match win streak to win Cincinnati, Rogers Cup and US Open.

One of the greatest comeback seasons

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Juan Martin del Potro's unreal revival in 2016

Juan del Potro was ranked 1045 in February 2016, from there he made a scincilating comeback to finish the year ranked 38, and win an Olympic silver and Davis Cup.

Del Potro's record rise

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Roger Federer's career-changing comeback in 2017

After missing half of 2016, Federer returned to the tour in 2017 winning Australian Open and Wimbledon.

Roger Federer's 8th WImbledon

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Serena Williams' first Grand Slam final as 'MOM'

Serena Williams forged a strong comeback post-pregnancy to reach the Wimbledon and US Open final in 2018

"I was playing for all the moms"

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Monica Seles return to the top in 1996

After getting stabbed in 1993, Monica Seles forged a tough comeback and won the 1996 Australian Open.

Monica Seles leaves behind her tragic accident 

Credit: Youtube/Australian Open TV

Credit: Youtube/Australian Open TV

Credit: Youtube/Australian Open TV

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