Answer: Novak Djokovic
More information: Djokovic picked up his second title in the 2011 Australian Open men's singles tournament after a successful victory over Andy Murray in the final.
Answer: Czech Republic
More information: The Czech Republic defeated Serbia in the final of the 2012 Fed Cup. By so doing, the Czechs successfully retained their title.
Answer: Gustavo Kuerten
More information: Gustavo Kuerten won the men's singles 2000 French Open tournament after a 6-2, 6-3, 2-6, and 7-6 victory over Magnus Norman of Sweden.
Answer: O. J. Mayo
More information: O. J. Mayo became eligible for reinstatement in the NBA in 2018, but no team picked him up, with his mediocre NBA career likely ending in 2016 due to the drug ban.
Answer: Ted Williams
More information: The French national men's tennis team was defeated by Croatia in the final game of the Davis Cup.
Answer: New England Patriots
More information: The infamous Aaron Hernandez was a member of the New England Patriots from 2010 'til 2012.
Answer: Hakeem Olajuwon
More information: On 3 March 1990 Hakeem Olajuwon achieved his first quadruple-double (29 points, 18 rebounds, 10 assists, 11 blocks) and then replicated the feat later on the 29th of that same month (18 points, 16 rebounds, 10 assists, 11 blocks).
More information: In 2017, Rafael Nadal defeated Stan Wawrinka to secure his 10th title in the French Open Championship.
More information: The word "Love" in tennis terms refers to a moment in a tennis game where both players have not scored. This usually takes place at the beginning of the game.