In 1996, Tim had made it in the world top 30 and was the UK's highest ranked tennis player. His success continued at the Atlanta Olympic Games, where alongside partner Neil Broad they won a silver medal which remains Great Britain's last Olympic tennis medal to date. Tim was an inspiration, showing how to balance a professional career whilst recognising the importance of the Olympic spirit. Tim remained active on the professional tour for many years, reaching world number four at his peak. He is perhaps most famous for his Wimbledon appearances, where he drew huge support from the British crowds and captured their hearts with his inspiring performances. He retired from tennis in 2007, after helping Great Britain to a Davis Cup victory over Croatia. Today Tim remains heavily involved with many charities including his own foundation, Kids at Heart.