IC Jean Borotra CQS Sportsmanship Award

This Award is made to an international player who has shown outstanding sportsmanship throughout his or her career or perhaps even on an individual occasion of remarkable significance.

The relevant objective of the IC is to "develop, encourage and maintain the highest standards of sportsmanship and understanding among players of all nations and among young players in particular."

Previous Winners

2017 Gabriela Sabatini 2017 Gabriela Sabatini

2017 Gabriela Sabatini

Gabriela Sabatini awarded 2017 IC Jean Borotra CQS Sportsmanship Award

2016 Rod Laver 2016 Rod Laver

2016 Rod Laver

Rod Laver awarded 2016 IC Jean Borotra CQS Sportsmanship Award

2015 Steffi Graf 2015 Steffi Graf

2015 Steffi Graf

Steffi Graf wins the 2015 IC Jean Borotra CQS Sportsmanship Award

2013 Roger Federer 2013 Roger Federer

2013 Roger Federer

Roger Federer wins 2013 Jean Borotra CQS Sportsmanship Award

2012 Mats Wilander 2012 Mats Wilander

2012 Mats Wilander

Mats Wilander wins 2012 IC Jean Borotra Sportsmanship Award

2011 Gustavo Kuerten 2011 Gustavo Kuerten

2011 Gustavo Kuerten

Gustavo Kuerten awarded the 2011 IC Jean Borotra Sportsmanship Award

2005 Pat Rafter 2005 Pat Rafter

2005 Pat Rafter

Pat Rafter wins the International Club’s Jean Borotra Sportsmanship Award

2003 Maria Bueno 2003 Maria Bueno

2003 Maria Bueno

Maria Bueno awarded 2003 International Club Jean Borotra Sportsmanship Trophy

2002 Todd Martin 2002 Todd Martin

2002 Todd Martin

Todd Martin awarded 2002 International Club Jean Borotra Sportsmanship Trophy

2001 Chris Evert 2001 Chris Evert

2001 Chris Evert

Chris Evert awarded the 2001 International Club Jean Borotra Sportsmanship Trophy

1998 Stefan Edberg 1998 Stefan Edberg

1998 Stefan Edberg

Stefan Edberg awarded 1998 International Club's Jean Borotra Sportsmanship Award

The Making of the IC Jean Borotra CQS Sportsmanship Award