Former World No.1s Andy Roddick and Kim Clisters were last night inducted into the tennis hall of fame.
Clijsters, a winner of four Grand Slam titles, won a total of 41 career titles over her 15-year career.
"It is a huge honour to be amongst a list of so many great tennis players who I admired when I was growing up, and some great players who I played with in my tennis career as well," Clisters said.
Roddick, remembered for his huge serve and powerful game, won the 2003 US Open and was world No.1 for 13 weeks.
"I love this sport and I love being part of it," Roddick said.
"I'm moved to know that my presence in the sport will be forever part of tennis history."