The legendary coach Nick Bollettieri and former women's world number one Lindsay Davenport are among five new inductees to the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
They join 235 people from 20 nations on the 60-year-old roll of honour.
Bollettieri, who's 82, has coached 10 players who went on to become world number ones, including Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, Monica Seles and Boris Becker.
He has also worked with Maria Sharapova and Serena and Venus Williams.
Davenport is a three-time Grand Slam singles champion and also won the gold medal a the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.