The "reign of Spain," particularly in men's professional tennis, has been going on for quite some time now. The nation has a rich history of producing world-class performers who have won numerous titles and reached the pinnacle of the sport, whether it's in singles or doubles.
A Spaniard has lifted the first-place trophy at all four of the Grand Slam tournaments—the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon and the U.S. Open—in every professional category: singles, doubles or mixed. Rafael Nadal owns a career Slam in singles, and has represented his nation proudly, capturing Davis Cups and Olympic gold. Hall of Famer Arantxa Sanchez was ranked both No. 1 in singles and doubles at points in her career.
Following is a look at the 10 greatest players in the country's history.