Lleyton Hewitt's brilliant career as a professional tennis player came to a close last night, but his amazing list of achievements will never be forgotten.
Turned pro: 1998
Career prize money: $US20,777, 156
Career singles record: 616 wins - 262 losses
Career titles: 30
Highest ranking: World No.1
Grand Slam titles: 2 (US Open 2001, Wimbledon 2002)
Career doubles record: 122-93
Highest ranking: 18
Career title: 3
Grand slam titles: 1 (US Open 2001)
Davis Cup titles: 2 (1999, 2003)
- Youngest ever world No.1: Hewitt became game's youngest ever world No.1 at just 20 years and nine months old.
- Youngest Grand slam doubles champion: Hewitt became the youngest doubles player to win a Grand Slam title at just 19 years and six months old when he partnered Max Mirnyi at the 2000 US Open.
- Most Davis Cup wins for Australia: Hewitt played 72 Davis Cup matches and won 54 of them, the most Davis Cup wins of any Australian player.
- Most Australian Open appearances: Hewitt made 20 appearances at the Australian Open, the most of any player in the history of the game
- Third most appearances at Grand Slam level: Hewitt made a total of 67 Grand Slam appearances, behind only Roger Federer and Fabrice Santoro