Both players have been as high as 4 in the world. Both have won Paris masters titles and both have been British No 1 at a point in their careers; that is where the similarities end. Tim Henman has won 11 ATP titles, lost 16 finals, won 4 doubles titles, has finished in the top 10 5 times and has finished 8 times in the top 20. He was 0-7 in finals for 2 years between 1998-2000 before winning his 1st British ATP title in Brighton, England He has reached the semifinals of three grand slams (OZ Open, F Open and Wimbledon). His record at Wimbledon is remarkable. Tim has made the QF 8 times and has 4 SF to his credit. Tim has been British no 1 for 9 years and has surpasssed $1 million in prize money for six straight years. And has a 7-2 record over Rusedski. Greg Rusedski has finished in the top 50 for 10 straight times. He has won 15 titles, lost 12 finals and won 3 doubles titles. He has won at leat 1 title in the last 5 years. He finished in the top 10 in 1997 reaching career high 6 finals winning 2 and reaching US Open final losing to Rafter. In 1998 he recorded the then fastest serve 149mph and won his most prestigeous title, Paris masters defeating Sampras. Greg's grand slam highlights are 4th round appearances at both OZ and the F Open. He has also reached 1 Wimbledon QF and was a finalist at the US Open. It is worth noting that Rusedski has had numerous foot and shoulder injuries which manifested in late 1999 and continued up untill 2003. Greg has missed around 16 months of his career nursing injuries. He missed 9 months of 2003 recovering from cartilage surgery. Amazingly Greg has always rebounded well from injuries usually rslting in top 50 finishes and or title wins. So I put it to fellow posters who do you think has been the better player? Who do you think has had the most distinguished career? Or who was, has and continues to be your favourite and why? Personally i feel it's a tough call. I feel that Rusedski has been on a downward spiral after suffering injuries from 1999 and has never captured his peak 97-98 form. However, he has always rebounded well. Tim on the other hand has had the more distingiushed career but has never had to contend with the intermittent injuries that plagued Greg's career. So for me it is a tough call.