Answer: Phil Mickelson
American born golfer, Phil Mickelson is popularly called "Lefty". He has won several major championships in his professional career.
Answer: Lleyton Hewitt
Roger Federer defeated Lleyton Hewitt in the final match of the 2004 U.S. Open tournament- men's singles. By so doing, he secured his first ever title in the competition.
Answer: Roger Federer
Roger Federer beat James Blake to secure the 2006 Tennis Masters Cup, which was his 12th tennis championship title in that year. The tournament was played in China.
Answer: Katrina Adams
Katrina Adams was elected as the 2015 USTA's president. Katrina became the first ex-tennis player and black American to be elected as the president of USTA.
Answer: Antoine Walker
In the earlier days of NBA-endorsed videogames, before EA's "NBA Live" franchise was eclipsed by "NBA 2K", the Boston Celtic's Antoine Jamison being featured on the cover of "NBA Live 99" was a big deal.
All through Jimmy Connors' carrier, he has amazed a total of 5 U.S. Open titles. His last title in the U.S. Open came in 1983 where he defended his title by beating Ivan Lendl in the final game of the competition.
Answer: Indiana Pacers
In his first year as coach of the Indiana Pacers (with Indiana being his home state), during the 1997-98 season, Larry Bird won Coach of the Year. This feat made him the only person in the first 70 years of NBA history to have won both this award and MVP.
Answer: The Pittsburgh Steelers
Answer: Czech Republic
The Czech Republic defeated Serbia in the final of the 2012 Fed Cup. By so doing, the Czechs successfully retained their title.