Kevin Anderson's banner year includes two titles, an epic run to the Wimbledon final, his breakthrough into the Top 5 and Nitto ATP Finals debut. This is his story...
Worth The Wait

After a first-round exit at the Australian Open, Anderson bounces back to win his first title in more than two years at the New York Open. It is his second final (Pune) in his first three events of the season. More...

3 Out of 4
Anderson reaches his third final from four outings in 2018 when he makes the ATP World Tour 500 final in Acapulco, where he falls to Juan Martin del Potro. More...
Fun In The Sun
Anderson's strong early season form continues during the 'Sunshine Double' in Indian Wells and Miami, where he reaches consecutive quarter-finals.
Beats Federer In Five
In arguably the best win of his career, Anderson rallies from two sets down and saves a match point to stun eight-time champion Roger Federer 13-11 in the fifth set in his first Wimbledon quarter-final appearance.. More...
War Of Attrition
In the longest match ever played on Wimbledon's famed Centre Court, Anderson outlasts John Isner 7-6, 6-7, 6-7, 6-4, 26-24 in six hours and 35 minutes. "You're in a war of attrition out there," said Anderson, who later falls to Novak Djokovic in the final. More...
Milestone
Anderson's epic Wimbledon semi-final win over Isner also marks his 300th career match win.
Top 5
By reaching the Wimbledon final, Anderson, at the age of 32, cracks the Top 5 of the ATP Rankings for the first time. More...
First 500 Title
Anderson claims the biggest title of his career to date by winning the ATP World Tour 500 crown in Vienna, beating Kei Nishikori in the title match. More...
London Debut
Anderson, who is guaranteed to finish in the year-end Top 10 for the first time, is the first South African in 23 years to qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals. More...