Longest Tournament Winning Streaks in Tennis History

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Rafael Nadal
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Daniel Hewes received his master of science in urban planning from Columbia University. He has experience as a researcher and outreach associate with The Sustainable Performance Institute and as a community affairs fellow working under Senator Daniel Squadron. In his spare time, Daniel Hewes enjoys staying physically active by playing tennis.

Between 2005 and 2012, Rafael Nadal won the Monte Carlo Masters event eight times in a row, the longest winning streak at one tournament for a man since the professional and amateur tours joined in 1968. Nadal won his first Monte Carlo title, and his first masters title ever, as a teenager over Guillermo Coria in 2005. He reached the 2013 final to extend his record winning streak at the event to 46 matches and later won a ninth title in 2016.

On the women’s tour, a several players have won six tournaments in succession, including Steffi Graf’s six Hamburg titles between 1987 and 1992. However, few tournament winning streaks are as impressive as Martina Navratilova’s six Wimbledon titles. She reached the Wimbledon final nine times from 1982 to 1990, winning six titles between 1982 and 1987. Her winning streak featured several notable victories, including three of her five Wimbledon victories over rival Christ Evert.


Salvation Army in Haiti Responds to Victims of Hurricane Matthew

Salvation Army
Salvation Army


In 2015, Daniel Hewes received a master of science degree in urban planning from Columbia University, where he also served as an internal coordinator of the Planning Students’ Association. Daniel Hewes is an active supporter of several charitable organizations and has donated to the Salvation Army.

Salvation Army is an international evangelical movement and was founded in 1865 by William Booth. Concomitant with its mission of spreading the gospel, Salvation Army is also involved in civic activities aimed at helping those who are currently in need. Recently, the church helped assess the damages caused by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti.

With heavy rains, storm surges, and winds around 145 miles per hour, Hurricane Matthew has recently devastated Haiti, forcing thousands of people out of their homes. Upon assessing the situation, Salvation Army’s Haiti Division Project Officer Major John Eddy Bundu reported that south and southeast Haiti have suffered the greatest levels of damage. Moreover, one of Salvation Army’s physical projects, a school in Fonds-des-Negres, has lost its roof.

Taking cues from the assessment, Salvation Army’s Haiti Division has set up plans in order to help those who have been affected. To learn how you can donate to their relief efforts, visit SalvationArmy.org.