List of Grand Slam boys' singles champions

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List of Boys' Singles Junior Grand Slam tournaments tennis champions. (for Girls see 1)

Champions by year[edit]

Year Australia Australian Open France French Open United Kingdom Wimbledon United States US Open
1922 Australia A.E. Yelden started in 1947 started in 1947 started in 1973
1923 Australia L. Cryle
1924 Australia Alan Coldham
1925 Australia Alan Coldham
1926 Australia Jack Crawford
1927 Australia Jack Crawford
1928 Australia Jack Crawford
1929 Australia Jack Crawford
1930 Australia Don Turnbull
1931 Australia Bruce Moore
1932 Australia Vivian McGrath
1933 Australia Adrian Quist
1934 Australia Neil Ennis
1935 Australia John Bromwich
1936 Australia John Bromwich
1937 Australia John Bromwich
1938 Australia Max Newcombe
1939 Australia Bill Sidwell
1940 Australia Dinny Pails
1941-
1945
no competition, World War II break
1946 Australia Frank Sedgman
1947 Australia Don Candy Belgium Jacky Brichant Denmark Kurt Nielsen
1948 Australia Ken McGregor Denmark Kurt Nielsen Sweden Staffan Stockenberg
1949 Australia Clive Wilderspin France Jean-Claude Molinari Sweden Staffan Stockenberg
1950 Australia Ken Rosewall France Roland Dubuisson United Kingdom John Horn
1951 Australia Lew Hoad United States Ham Richardson South Africa Johann Kupferburger
1952 Australia Ken Rosewall Australia Ken Rosewall United Kingdom Bobby Wilson
1953 Australia Bill Gilmour Sr. France Jean-Noël Grinda United Kingdom Billy Knight
1954 United Kingdom Billy Knight Australia Roy Emerson India Ramanathan Krishnan
1955 United States Gerry Moss Spain Andrés Gimeno United Kingdom Mike Hann
1956 Australia Bob Mark Tunisia Mustapha Belkhodja United States Ronald Holmberg
1957 Australia Rod Laver Spain Alberto Arilla United Kingdom Jimmy Tattersall
1958 Australia Martin Mulligan United States Butch Buchholz United States Butch Buchholz
1959 United States Butch Buchholz Germany Ingo Buding Soviet Union Toomas Leius
1960 Australia Will Coghlan Germany Ingo Buding South Africa Rodney Mandelstam
1961 Australia John Newcombe Australia John Newcombe United States Clark Graebner
1962 Australia John Newcombe Australia John Newcombe United Kingdom Stanley Matthews
1963 Australia John Newcombe Greece Nicky Kalogeropoulos Greece Nicky Kalogeropoulos
1964 Australia Tony Roche United States Cliff Richey United Arab Republic Ismail El Shafei
1965 France Georges Goven United Kingdom Gerald Battrick Soviet Union Vladimir Korotkov
1966 Australia Karl Coombes Soviet Union Vladimir Korotkov Soviet Union Vladimir Korotkov
1967 New Zealand Brian Fairlie France Patrick Proisy Spain Manuel Orantes
1968 Australia Phil Dent Australia Phil Dent Australia John Alexander
1969 Australia Allan McDonald Spain Antonio Muñoz South Africa Byron Bertram
1970 Australia John Alexander Spain Juan Herrera South Africa Byron Bertram
1971 Australia Cliff Letcher Italy Corrado Barazzutti United States Robert Kreiss
1972 Australia Paul Kronk United Kingdom Buster Mottram Sweden Björn Borg
1973 Australia Paul McNamee Paraguay Víctor Pecci United States Billy Martin United States Billy Martin
1974 Australia Harry Britain France Christophe Casa United States Billy Martin United States Billy Martin
1975 Australia Brad Drewett France Christophe Roger-Vasselin New Zealand Chris Lewis United States Howard Schoenfield
1976 Australia Ray Kelly Switzerland Heinz Günthardt Switzerland Heinz Günthardt Ecuador Ricardo Ycaza
1977 Australia Brad Drewett (Jan)
Australia Ray Kelly (Dec)
United States John McEnroe United States Van Winitsky United States Van Winitsky
1978 Australia Pat Serret Czech Republic Ivan Lendl Czech Republic Ivan Lendl Sweden Per Hjertquist
1979 Australia Greg Whitecross India Ramesh Krishnan India Ramesh Krishnan United States Scott Davis
1980 Australia Craig Miller France Henri Leconte France Thierry Tulasne United States Mike Falberg
1981 Sweden Jörgen Windahl Sweden Mats Wilander United States Matt Anger Sweden Thomas Högstedt
1982 Australia Mark Kratzmann France Tarik Benhabiles Australia Pat Cash Australia Pat Cash
1983 Sweden Stefan Edberg Sweden Stefan Edberg Sweden Stefan Edberg Sweden Stefan Edberg
1984 Australia Mark Kratzmann Sweden Kent Carlsson Australia Mark Kratzmann Australia Mark Kratzmann
1985 Australia Shane Barr Peru Jaime Yzaga Mexico Leonardo Lavalle United States Tim Trigueiro
1986 no competition Argentina Guillermo Pérez Roldán Mexico Eduardo Vélez Spain Javier Sánchez
1987 Australia Jason Stoltenberg Argentina Guillermo Pérez Roldán Italy Diego Nargiso United States David Wheaton
1988 Australia Johan Anderson Venezuela Nicolás Pereira Venezuela Nicolás Pereira Venezuela Nicolás Pereira
1989 Sweden Nicklas Kulti France Fabrice Santoro Sweden Nicklas Kulti United States Jonathan Stark
1990 Germany Dirk Dier Italy Andrea Gaudenzi India Leander Paes Italy Andrea Gaudenzi
1991 Sweden Thomas Enqvist Ukraine Andrei Medvedev Sweden Thomas Enqvist India Leander Paes
1992 Australia Grant Doyle Romania Andrei Pavel Czech Republic David Škoch United States Brian Dunn
1993 United Kingdom James Baily Spain Roberto Carretero Romania Răzvan Sabău Chile Marcelo Ríos
1994 Australia Ben Ellwood Spain Jacobo Díaz United States Scott Humphries Netherlands Sjeng Schalken
1995 Germany Nicolas Kiefer Argentina Mariano Zabaleta France Olivier Mutis Germany Nicolas Kiefer
1996 Sweden Björn Rehnquist Spain Alberto Martín Russia Vladimir Voltchkov Germany Daniel Elsner
1997 Germany Daniel Elsner Germany Daniel Elsner South Africa Wesley Whitehouse France Arnaud di Pasquale
1998 France Julien Jeanpierre Chile Fernando González Switzerland Roger Federer Argentina David Nalbandian
1999 Denmark Kristian Pless Argentina Guillermo Coria Austria Jürgen Melzer Finland Jarkko Nieminen
2000 United States Andy Roddick France Paul-Henri Mathieu France Nicolas Mahut United States Andy Roddick
2001 Serbia and Montenegro Janko Tipsarević Spain Carlos Cuadrado Switzerland Roman Valent Luxembourg Gilles Müller
2002 France Clément Morel France Richard Gasquet Australia Todd Reid France Richard Gasquet
2003 Cyprus Marcos Baghdatis Switzerland Stanislas Wawrinka Romania Florin Mergea France Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
2004 France Gaël Monfils France Gaël Monfils France Gaël Monfils United Kingdom Andy Murray
2005 United States Donald Young Croatia Marin Čilić France Jérémy Chardy United States Ryan Sweeting
2006 France Alexandre Sidorenko Slovakia Martin Kližan Netherlands Thiemo de Bakker Czech Republic Dušan Lojda
2007 Australia Brydan Klein Belarus Vladimir Ignatic United States Donald Young Lithuania Ričardas Berankis
2008 Australia Bernard Tomic Chinese Taipei Yang Tsung-hua Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov
2009 India Yuki Bhambri Sweden Daniel Berta Russia Andrey Kuznetsov Australia Bernard Tomic
2010 Brazil Tiago Fernandes Argentina Agustin Velotti Hungary Márton Fucsovics United States Jack Sock
2011 Czech Republic Jiří Veselý United States Bjorn Fratangelo Australia Luke Saville United Kingdom Oliver Golding
2012 Australia Luke Saville Belgium Kimmer Coppejans Canada Filip Peliwo Canada Filip Peliwo
2013 Australia Nick Kyrgios Chile Christian Garín Italy Gianluigi Quinzi Croatia Borna Ćorić
2014 Germany Alexander Zverev Russia Andrey Rublev United States Noah Rubin


Legend
Player won all 4 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year
Player won 3 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year
Player won 2 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year

Statistics[edit]

Most Grand Slam singles titles[edit]

Note: when a tie, the person to reach the mark first is listed first.

Titles Players
5 Australia Newcombe
4 Australia Crawford, United States Martin, Sweden Edberg, Australia Kratzmann
3 Australia Bromwich, Australia Rosewall, United States Buchholz, Soviet Union Korotkov, Venezuela Pereira, Germany Elsner, France Monfils

Grand Slam singles titles by country (since 1973)[edit]

27 
 Australia
24 
 United States
20 
 France
15 
 Sweden
 Germany,  Argentina
 Spain,  Switzerland,  Czech Republic,  India
 Italy,  Russia
 Venezuela,  Romania,  Great Britain,  Chile
 Mexico,  Netherlands,  Bulgaria,  Belgium,  Canada
 Paraguay,  Ecuador,  Peru,  Ukraine,  South Africa,  Denmark,  Austria,  Finland,  Serbia and Montenegro,  Luxembourg,  Cyprus,  Croatia,  Slovakia,  Belarus,  Lithuania,  Chinese Taipei,  Brazil,  Hungary


Winners of the Grand Slam:

Trebles[edit]

  • Australian - French - Wimbledon treble:
    • (2004) France Gaël Monfils
  • Australian - Wimbledon - U.S. treble:
    • (1984) Australia Mark Kratzmann
  • French - Wimbledon - U.S. treble:
    • (1988) Venezuela Nicolás Pereira

Doubles[edit]

  • Australian - French double:
    • (1952) Australia Ken Rosewall
    • (1961) Australia John Newcombe
    • (1962) Australia John Newcombe (2)
    • (1968) Australia Phil Dent
    • (1983) Sweden Stefan Edberg
    • (1997) Germany Daniel Elsner
    • (2004) France Gaël Monfils
  • Australian - Wimbledon double:
    • (1983) Sweden Stefan Edberg
    • (1984) Australia Mark Kratzmann
    • (1989) Sweden Nicklas Kulti
    • (1991) Sweden Thomas Enqvist
    • (2004) France Gaël Monfils
  • Australian - U.S. double:
    • (1983) Sweden Stefan Edberg
    • (1984) Australia Mark Kratzmann
    • (1995) Germany Nicolas Kiefer
    • (2000) United States Andy Roddick
  • French - Wimbledon double:
    • (1958) United States Butch Buchholz
    • (1963) Greece Nicky Kalogeropoulos
    • (1966) Soviet Union Vladimir Korotkov
    • (1976) Switzerland Heinz Günthardt
    • (1978) Czech Republic Ivan Lendl
    • (1979) India Ramesh Krishnan
    • (1983) Sweden Stefan Edberg
    • (1988) Venezuela Nicolás Pereira
    • (2004) France Gaël Monfils
  • French - U.S. double:
    • (1983) Sweden Stefan Edberg
    • (1988) Venezuela Nicolás Pereira
    • (1990) Italy Andrea Gaudenzi
    • (2002) France Richard Gasquet
  • Wimbledon - U.S. double:
    • (1973) United States Billy Martin
    • (1974) United States Billy Martin (2)
    • (1977) United States Van Winitsky
    • (1982) Australia Pat Cash
    • (1983) Sweden Stefan Edberg
    • (1984) Australia Mark Kratzmann
    • (1988) Venezuela Nicolás Pereira
    • (2008) Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov
    • (2012) Canada Filip Peliwo

At least 5 former ITF Junior World Champions have gone on to be Wimbledon finalists.

See also[edit]

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