Rafael Nadal may not be fit to compete at the ATP Finals in London this week, but he has brought an end to a lengthy Roger Federer winning streak after being named as the winner of the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award.
Federer had picked up the gong in each of the last seven years but saw that run halted by his great rival Nadal who pipped him to the post this time around.
World No. 2 Nadal was heavily praised for his efforts in Majorca as he helped volunteers clean up after the damage caused by flash floods, while offering shelter to those left homeless.
Federer, Juan Martin del Potro and Kevin Anderson were the others nominated for the award.
Winners of sportsmanship award since 2004
South Africas Anderson may consider himself unlucky not to have come away with the prize having displayed great sportsmanship throughout the year, while also being the driving force behind new measures introduced at the ATP Finals to cut down the use of single-use plastic.
Newly-crowned world No. 1 Novak Djokovic earned won the comeback of the year award after a remarkable turnarond saw him crowned as Wimbledon and US Open champion, while his coach Marian Vajda won coach of the year.
Greek sensation Stefansos Tsitsipas was named as the most improved player, with the newcomer of the year award being handed to fellow Next Gen ace Alex de Minaur.
Comeback of the year: Novak Djokovic
Most improved player: Stefanos Tsitsipas
Newcomer of the year: Alex de Minaur
Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award: Rafael Nadal
Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award: Tommy Robredo
Coach of the year: Marian Vajda
Fans favourite singles player: Roger Federer
Fans favourite doubles team: Mike Bryan/Jack Sock
ATP Masters 1000 event of the year: Indian Wells
ATP 500 event of the year: Queens
ATP 250 event of the year: Stockholm