Everybody loves Roger Federer.
Federer was honored three times in the 2013 ATP World Tour Awards: He won the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award for the ninth time in a vote of his peers; he won the Fans’ Favorite award for the 11th consecutive year; and he won the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award (which he also received in 2006) for his foundation’s charitable work with children in Africa and Switzerland.
In other awards, Rafael Nadal won Comeback Player of the Year, a no-brainer after he returned in February from a seven-month absence to win 10 titles, including the French Open and U.S. Open, and compile a 71-6 record heading into this week’s ATP World Tour Finals. Nadal, 27, is on the cusp of finishing the year at No. 1 for the first time since 2010. He beat out Somdev Devvarman, Tommy Robredo and Dmitry Tursunov for the award.