| By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

John McEnroe and Tommy Haas have won the World Tennis Challenge which was held in Memorial Drive in Adelaide. The duo teamed up in the doubles final and defeated Brad Gilbert & Pat Rafter. Full results from the short three day tournament can be found below.

World Tennis Challenge – Results
2012 Winner: Team America, John McEnroe and Tommy Haas

Current Players:

►Match one: Tommy Haas (America) beat Alexandr Dolgopolov (Australasia) 7-5, 7-6
►Match two: Michael Llodra (Europe) beat Stanislas Wawrinka (Int’l) 6-7, 6-2, 10-5

Legend Players:

►Match one: John McEnroe (America) beat Pat Rafter (Australasia) 8-5
►Match two: Henri Leconte (Europe) 8-7 (7-4) beat Brad Gilbert (Int’l) 8-6

Doubles:

►Match one: Haas/McEnroe (America) beat Rafter/Gilbert (Australasia) 6-3
►Match two: Llodra/Wawrinka (Europe) beat Leconte/Bahrami 6-3

World Tennis Challenge – Honor Roll

2009: Taylor Dent and Jim Courier
2010: Bernard Tomic and Pat Cash
2011: Ryan Harrison and John McEnroe
2012: Tommy Haas and John McEnroe

Match Format Information

1st Match: Two current players compete in a best of two sets singles, with a super tiebreak for the third set if required.
2nd Match: Two past players compete in a pro-set. First to 8 games, tiebreak at 7 games all.
3rd Match: Doubles match between the two pairs (current and past player) in a one set doubles shootout with a super tiebreak if required. There will be no-advantage scoring in the doubles.