Tennis Masters Series records and statistics

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In tennis, the Championship Masters Series is a term applied to series of tennis tournaments that are ranked below the four Majors and Year-End Championships. Nonetheless, they are the most prestigious tournaments on the ATP World Tour. The circuit began in 1970, two years after the Open Era when tennis became professional, and has undergone several name changes and slight alterations to the format, in line with overhauls of the sport by the Association of Tennis Professionals.

A number of players hold records for winning the tournaments multiple times, while other records are achieved for successive tournament wins, mini-combination victories amongst others.

Rafael Nadal has won the most singles titles overall, holding the all-time record with 27 titles. Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan have won the most doubles titles of all-time with 32.

Tournament winners[edit]

Singles[edit]

Johannesburg
South Africa
Los Angeles
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
London
United Kingdom
Boston
United States
Stockholm
Sweden
Philadelphia
United States
Sydney
Australia
1970 Laver
(1/9)
Laver
(2/9)
Franulović
(1/1)
Năstase
(1/7)
Laver
(3/9)
Roche
(1/1)
Smith
(1/4)
Laver
(4/9)
Laver
(5/9)
1971 Rosewall
(1/2)
Gonzalez
(1/1)
Năstase
(2/7)
Laver
(6/9)
Năstase
(3/7)
Rosewall
(2/2)
Ashe
(1/2)
Newcombe
(1/2)
Dent
(1/1)
Johannesburg
South Africa
Los Angeles
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Boston
United States
Stockholm
Sweden
Philadelphia
United States
Las Vegas
United States
1972 Richey
(1/1)
Smith
(2/4)
Năstase
(4/7)
Orantes
(1/6)
Năstase
(5/7)
Lutz
(1/1)
Stan Smith
(3/4)
Laver
(7/9)
Newcombe
(2/2)
1973 Connors
(1/17)
Connors
(2/17)
Năstase
(6/7)
Năstase
(7/7)
Okker
(1/1)
Connors
(3/17)
Gorman
(1/1)
Smith
(4/4)
Gottfried
(1/1)
1974 Connors
(4/17)
Connors
(5/17)
Pattison
(1/1)
Borg
(1/15)
Vilas
(1/7)
Borg
(2/15)
Ashe
(2/2)
Laver
(8/9)
Laver
(9/9)
Washington
United States
Indianapolis
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Boston
United States
Stockholm
Sweden
Philadelphia
United States
Las Vegas
United States
1975 Vilas
(2/7)
Orantes
(2/6)
Orantes
(3/6)
Ramírez
(1/2)
Orantes
(4/6)
Borg
(3/15)
Panatta
(1/2)
Riessen
(1/1)
Tanner
(1/2)
Washington
United States
Indianapolis
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
London
United Kingdom
Boston
United States
Stockholm
Sweden
Philadelphia
United States
Las Vegas
United States
1976 Connors
(6/17)
Connors
(7/17)
Vilas
(3/7)
Panatta
(2/2)
Connors
(8/17)
Borg
(4/15)
Cox
(1/1)
Connors
(9/17)
Connors
(10/17)
1977 Vilas
(4/7)
Orantes
(5/6)
Borg
(5/15)
Gerulaitis
(1/3)
Borg
(6/15)
Orantes
(6/6)
Mayer
(1/1)
Stockton
(1/1)
Connors
(11/17)
Hamburg
Germany
Tokyo
Japan
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
London
United Kingdom
Stockholm
Sweden
Philadelphia
United States
Las Vegas
United States
1978 Vilas
(5/7)
Borg
(7/15)
Raúl Ramírez
(2/2)
Borg
(8/15)
Dibbs
(1/1)
John McEnroe
(1/19)
McEnroe
(2/19)
Connors
(12/17)
Solomon
(1/2)
1979 Higueras
(1/2)
Borg
(9/15)
Borg
(10/15)
Gerulaitis
(2/3)
Borg
(11/15)
McEnroe
(3/19)
McEnroe
(4/19)
Connors
(13/17)
Borg
(12/15)
1980 Solomon
(2/2)
Connors
(14/17)
Borg
(13/15)
Vilas
(6/7)
Lendl
(1/22)
McEnroe
(5/19)
Borg
(14/15)
Connors
(15/17)
Borg
(15/15)
Tokyo
Japan
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Hamburg
Germany
London
United Kingdom
Philadelphia
United States
Las Vegas
United States
1981 Van Patten
(1/1)
Connors vs Vilas
(Match not finished
due to rain)
Clerc
(1/1)
Lendl
(2/22)
McEnroe
(6/19)
Peter McNamara
(1/1)
Connors
(16/17)
Tanner
(2/2)
Lendl
(3/22)
Tokyo
Japan
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Hamburg
Germany
London
United Kingdom
Philadelphia
United States
Forest Hills
United States
1982 McEnroe
(7/19)
Vilas
(7/7)
Gómez
(1/2)
Gerulaitis
(3/3)
Lendl
(4/22)
Higueras
(2/2)
McEnroe
(8/19)
McEnroe
(9/19)
Lendl
(5/22)
1983 Lendl
(6/22)
Wilander
(1/8)
Arias
(1/1)
Lendl
(7/22)
Wilander
(2/8)
Noah
(1/2)
McEnroe
(10/19)
McEnroe
(11/19)
McEnroe
(12/19)
Tokyo
Japan
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Hamburg
Germany
Stockholm
Sweden
Philadelphia
United States
Forest Hills
United States
1984 Connors
(17/17)
Sundström
(1/1)
Gómez
(2/2)
McEnroe
(13/19)
Wilander
(3/8)
Aguilera
(1/2)
McEnroe
(14/19)
McEnroe
(15/19)
McEnroe
(16/19)
1985 Lendl
(8/22)
Lendl
(9/22)
Noah
(2/2)
McEnroe
(18/19)
Becker
(1/13)
Mečíř
(1/3)
McEnroe
(17/19)
McEnroe
(19/19)
Lendl
(10/22)
Miami
United States
Tokyo
Japan
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Hamburg
Germany
Philadelphia
United States
Stockholm
Sweden
1986 Lendl
(11/22)
Becker
(2/13)
Nyström
(1/1)
Lendl
(12/22)
Becker
(3/13)
Wilander
(4/8)
Leconte
(1/1)
Lendl
(13/22)
Edberg
(1/8)
Miami
United States
Tokyo
Japan
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Hamburg
Germany
Indian Wells
United States
Stockholm
Sweden
1987 Mečíř
(2/3)
Edberg
(2/8)
Wilander
(5/8)
Wilander
(6/8)
Lendl
(14/22)
Edberg
(3/8)
Lendl
(15/22)
Becker
(4/13)
Edberg
(4/8)
1988 Wilander
(7/8)
Becker
(5/13)
Lendl
(16/22)
Lendl
(17/22)
Lendl
(18/22)
Wilander
(8/8)
Carlsson
(1/1)
Becker
(6/13)
Becker
(7/13)
Miami
United States
Canada
Canada
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Stockholm
Sweden
Cincinnati
United States
Hamburg
Germany
Indian Wells
United States
Paris
France
1989 Lendl
(19/22)
Lendl
(20/22)
Mancini
(1/2)
Mancini
(2/2)
Lendl
(21/22)
Gilbert
(1/1)
Lendl
(22/22)
Mečíř
(3/3)
Becker
(8/13)
Indian Wells
United States
Miami
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Hamburg[1]
Germany
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Stockholm [2]
Sweden
Paris
France
1990 Edberg
(5/8)
Agassi
(1/17)
Chesnokov
(1/2)
Aguilera
(2/2)
Muster
(1/8)
Chang
(1/7)
Edberg
(6/8)
Becker
(9/13)
Edberg
(7/8)
1991 Courier
(1/5)
Courier
(2/5)
Bruguera
(1/2)
Nováček
(1/1)
Sánchez
(1/1)
Chesnokov
(2/2)
Forget
(1/2)
Becker
(10/13)
Forget
(2/2)
1992 Chang
(2/7)
Chang
(3/7)
Muster
(2/8)
Edberg
(8/8)
Courier
(3/5)
Agassi
(2/17)
Sampras
(1/11)
Ivanišević
(1/2)
Becker
(11/13)
1993 Courier
(4/5)
Sampras
(2/11)
Bruguera
(2/2)
Stich
(1/2)
Courier
(5/5)
Pernfors
(1/1)
Chang
(4/7)
Stich
(2/2)
Ivanišević
(2/2)
1994 Sampras
(3/11)
Sampras
(4/11)
Medvedev
(1/4)
Medvedev
(2/4)
Sampras
(5/11)
Agassi
(3/17)
Chang
(5/7)
Becker
(12/13)
Agassi
(4/17)
Indian Wells
United States
Miami
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Hamburg[3]
Germany
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Essen[4]
Germany
Paris
France
1995 Sampras
(6/11)
Agassi
(5/17)
Muster
(3/8)
Medvedev
(3/4)
Muster
(4/8)
Agassi
(6/17)
Agassi
(7/17)
Muster
(5/8)
Sampras
(7/11)
Indian Wells
United States
Miami
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Hamburg[5]
Germany
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Stuttgart[6]
Germany
Paris
France
1996 Chang
(6/7)
Agassi
(8/17)
Muster
(6/8)
Muster
(7/8)
Carretero
(1/1)
Ferreira
(1/2)
Agassi
(9/17)
Becker
(13/13)
Enqvist
(1/3)
1997 Chang
(7/7)
Muster
(8/8)
Ríos
(1/5)
Corretja
(1/2)
Medvedev
(4/4)
Woodruff
(1/1)
Sampras
(8/11)
Korda
(1/1)
Sampras
(9/11)
1998 Ríos
(2/5)
Ríos
(3/5)
Moyà
(1/3)
Ríos
(4/5)
Costa
(1/1)
Rafter
(1/2)
Rafter
(2/2)
Krajicek
(1/2)
Rusedski
(1/1)
1999 Philippoussis
(1/1)
Krajicek
(2/2)
Kuerten
(1/5)
Kuerten
(2/5)
Ríos
(5/5)
Johansson
(1/1)
Sampras
(10/11)
Enqvist
(2/3)
Agassi
(10/17)
2000 Corretja
(2/2)
Sampras
(11/11)
Pioline
(1/1)
Norman
(1/1)
Kuerten
(3/5)
Safin
(1/5)
Enqvist
(3/3)
Ferreira
(2/2)
Safin
(2/5)
2001 Agassi
(11/17)
Agassi
(12/17)
Kuerten
(4/5)
Ferrero
(1/4)
Portas
(1/1)
Pavel
(1/1)
Kuerten
(5/5)
Haas
(1/1)
Grosjean
(1/1)
Indian Wells
United States
Miami
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Hamburg[7]
Germany
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Madrid[8]
Spain
Paris
France
2002 Hewitt
(1/2)
Agassi
(13/17)
Ferrero
(2/4)
Agassi
(14/17)
Federer
(1/23)
Cañas
(1/1)
Moyà
(2/3)
Agassi
(15/17)
Safin
(3/5)
2003 Hewitt
(2/2)
Agassi
(16/17)
Ferrero
(3/4)
Mantilla
(1/1)
Coria
(1/2)
Roddick
(1/5)
Roddick
(2/5)
Ferrero
(4/4)
Henman
(1/1)
2004 Federer
(2/23)
Roddick
(3/5)
Coria
(2/2)
Moyà
(3/3)
Federer
(3/23)
Federer
(4/23)
Agassi
(17/17)
Safin
(4/5)
Safin
(5/5)
2005 Federer
(5/23)
Federer
(6/23)
Nadal
(1/27)
Nadal
(2/27)
Federer
(7/23)
Nadal
(3/27)
Federer
(8/23)
Nadal
(4/27)
Berdych
(1/1)
2006 Federer
(9/23)
Federer
(10/23)
Nadal
(5/27)
Nadal
(6/27)
Robredo
(1/1)
Federer
(11/23)
Roddick
(4/5)
Federer
(12/23)
Davydenko
(1/3)
2007 Nadal
(7/27)
Djokovic
(1/20)
Nadal
(8/27)
Nadal
(9/27)
Federer
(13/23)
Djokovic
(2/20)
Federer
(14/22)
Nalbandian
(1/2)
Nalbandian
(2/2)
2008 Djokovic
(3/20)
Davydenko
(2/3)
Nadal
(10/27)
Djokovic
(4/20)
Nadal
(11/27)
Nadal
(12/27)
Murray
(1/9)
Murray
(2/9)
Tsonga
(1/2)
Indian Wells
United States
Miami
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Madrid[9]
Spain
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Shanghai[10]
China
Paris
France
2009 Nadal
(13/27)
Murray
(3/9)
Nadal
(14/27)
Nadal
(15/27)
Federer
(15/23)
Murray
(4/9)
Federer
(16/23)
Davydenko
(3/3)
Djokovic
(5/20)
2010 Ljubičić
(1/1)
Roddick
(5/5)
Nadal
(16/27)
Nadal
(17/27)
Nadal
(18/27)
Murray
(5/9)
Federer
(17/23)
Murray
(6/9)
Söderling
(1/1)
Indian Wells
United States
Miami
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Madrid[11]
Spain
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Shanghai[12]
China
Paris
France
2011 Djokovic
(6/20)
Djokovic
(7/20)
Nadal
(19/27)
Djokovic
(8/20)
Djokovic
(9/20)
Djokovic
(10/20)
Murray
(7/9)
Murray
(8/9)
Federer
(18/23)
2012 Federer
(19/23)
Djokovic
(11/20)
Nadal
(20/27)
Federer
(20/23)
Nadal
(21/27)
Djokovic
(12/20)
Federer
(21/23)
Djokovic
(13/20)
Ferrer
(1/1)
2013 Nadal
(22/27)
Murray
(9/9)
Djokovic
(14/20)
Nadal
(23/27)
Nadal
(24/27)
Nadal
(25/27)
Nadal
(26/27)
Djokovic
(15/20)
Djokovic
(16/20)
2014 Djokovic
(17/20)
Djokovic
(18/20)
Wawrinka
(1/1)
Nadal
(27/27)
Djokovic
(19/20)
Tsonga
(2/2)
Federer
(22/23)
Federer
(23/23)
Djokovic
(20/20)

Doubles[edit]

Johannesburg
South Africa
Los Angeles
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
London
United Kingdom
Boston
United States
Stockholm
Sweden
Philadelphia
United States
Sydney
Australia
1970 No tournament Okker &
Riessen
Riessen &
Taylor
Năstase &
Ţiriac
Rosewall &
Smith
Emerson &
Laver
Ashe &
Smith
Nastase &
Tiriac
Rosewall &
Stolle
1971 No tournament Alexander &
Dent
Nastase &
Tiriac
Newcombe &
Roche
Hewitt &
McMillan
Emerson &
Laver
Smith &
Tom Gorman
No tournament Alexander &
Dent
Johannesburg
South Africa
Los Angeles
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
London
United Kingdom
Boston
United States
Stockholm
Sweden
Philadelphia
United States
Las Vegas
United States
1972 No tournament Connors &
Gonzalez
Beust &
Contet
Nastase &
Tiriac
No tournament No tournament Okker &
Riessen
Ashe &
Lutz
Emerson &
Laver
1973 Ashe &
Okker
Kodeš &
Zednik
Gisbert, Sr. &
Nastase
Newcombe &
Okker
Cox &
Davidson
Smith &
Van Dillen
Connors &
Nastase
Gottfried &
Stockton
Gottfried &
Stockton
1974 Hewitt &
McMillan
Lutz &
Smith
Alexander &
Dent
Gottfried &
Ramírez
Connors &
Nastase
Lutz &
Smith
Okker &
Riessen
Cramer &
Estep
Emerson &
Laver
Washington
United States
Los Angeles
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
London
United Kingdom
Boston
United States
Stockholm
Sweden
Philadelphia
United States
Las Vegas
United States
1975 Lutz &
Smith
Gisbert, Sr. &
Orantes
Hewitt &
McMillan
Gottfried &
Ramirez
Fibak &
Meiler
Gottfried &
Ramirez
Hewitt &
McMillan
Gottfried &
Ramirez
Alexander &
Dent
1976 Gottfried &
Ramirez
Gottfried &
Ramirez
Fibak &
Meiler
Gottfried &
Ramirez
Tanner &
Smith
Ruffels &
Stone
Hewitt &
McMillan
Laver &
Ralston
Ashe &
Pasarell
1977 Alexander &
Dent
Cornejo &
Fillol
Jauffret &
Kodes
Gottfried &
Ramirez
McMillan &
Mayer
Lutz &
Smith
Okker &
Fibak
Hewitt &
McMillan
Lutz &
Smith
Hamburg
Germany
Tokyo
Japan
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
London
United Kingdom
Stockholm
Sweden
Philadelphia
United States
Las Vegas
United States
1978 Fibak &
Okker
Case &
Masters
Fleming &
Šmid
Pecci &
Prajoux
Fibak &
Okker
Fleming &
McEnroe
Okker &
Fibak
Hewitt &
McMillan
A. Fillol &
J. Fillol
1979 Kodes &
Smid
Riessen &
Stewart
Nastase &
Ramirez
Fleming &
Smid
Fleming &
McEnroe
Fleming &
McEnroe
Fleming &
McEnroe
Fibak &
Okker
Riessen &
Stewart
1980 Amaya &
Pfister
Bertolucci &
Panatta
Edmondson &
Warwick
Manson &
Teacher
Hans Gildemeister &
Gómez
Fleming &
McEnroe
H. Günthardt &
McNamee
Fleming &
McEnroe
Lutz &
Smith
Tokyo
Japan
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Hamburg
Germany
London
United Kingdom
Philadelphia
United States
Las Vegas
United States
1981 Amaya &
Pfister
H. Gunthardt &
M. Günthardt
Hans Gildemeister &
Gomez
Ramirez &
Taygan
McEnroe &
Taygan
Hans Gildemeister &
Gomez
Taygan &
Stewart
Riessen &
Stewart
Fleming &
McEnroe
Tokyo
Japan
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Hamburg
Germany
London
United Kingdom
Philadelphia
United States
Forest Hills
United States
1982 Tim Gullikson &
Tom Gullikson
McNamara &
McNamee
H. Gunthardt &
Taróczy
Denton &
Edmondson
Fleming &
McEnroe
Složil &
Smid
Fleming &
McEnroe
Fleming &
McEnroe
Delatte &
Kriek
1983 Edmondson &
Stewart
Taroczy &
H. Gunthardt
González &
Pecci
Mayer &
Taygan
Amaya &
Tim Gullikson
H. Gunthardt &
Taroczy
Fleming &
McEnroe
Curren &
Denton
Delatte &
Kriek
1984 T. Giammalva &
S. Giammalva
Edmondson &
Stewart
Flach &
Seguso
Fleming &
McEnroe
Gonzalez &
Mitchell
Edberg &
Järryd
Leconte &
Smid
Fleming &
McEnroe
Dowlen &
Odizor
1985 Forget &
Gomez
Flach &
Seguso
Slozil &
Smid
Jarryd &
Wilander
Flach &
Seguso
Edberg &
Jarryd
Hans Gildemeister &
Gomez
Nyström &
Wilander
Flach &
Seguso
Miami
United States
Tokyo
Japan
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Hamburg
Germany
Philadelphia
United States
Stockholm
Sweden
1986 Gilbert &
Van Patten
Donnelly &
De Palmer
Forget &
Noah
Forget &
Noah
Hooper &
M. Leach
M. Kratzmann &
Warwick
E. Sánchez &
Casal
Davis &
Pate
Stewart &
Warwick
Miami
United States
Tokyo
Japan
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Hamburg
Germany
Indian Wells
United States
Stockholm
Sweden
1987 Annacone &
van Rensburg
Dyke &
Nijssen
Hans Gildemeister &
Gomez
Forget &
Noah
Cash &
Edberg
Flach &
Seguso
Mečíř &
Smid
Forget &
Noah
Edberg &
Jarryd
1988 Fitzgerald &
Jarryd
Gomez &
Živojinović
Casal &
E. Sanchez
Lozano &
Witsken
Flach &
Seguso
R. Leach &
Jim Pugh
Cahill &
Warder
Becker &
Forget
Curren &
Grabb
Miami
United States
Canada
Canada
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Stockholm
Sweden
Cincinnati
United States
Hamburg
Germany
Indian Wells
United States
Paris
France
1989 Hlasek &
Jarryd
Evernden &
Witsken
Smid &
Woodforde
Courier &
Sampras
Lozano &
Witsken
Flach &
Seguso
E. Sanchez &
J. Sánchez
Becker &
Hlasek
Fitzgerald &
Jarryd
Indian Wells
United States
Miami
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Hamburg[13]
Germany
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Stockholm[14]
Sweden
Paris
France
1990 Becker &
Forget
R. Leach &
Pugh
Korda &
Smid
Bruguera &
Courier
Casal &
E. Sánchez
Annacone &
Wheaton
Cahill &
M. Kratzmann
Forget &
Hlasek
Davis &
Pate
1991 Courier &
J. Sánchez
W. Ferreira &
Norval
L. Jensen &
Warder
Casal &
E. Sánchez
Camporese &
Ivanišević
Galbraith &
Witsken
Flach &
Seguso
Fitzgerald &
Jarryd
Fitzgerald &
Järryd
1992 DeVries &
Macpherson
Flach &
Witsken
Becker &
Stich
Casal &
E. Sánchez
Hlasek &
Rosset
Galbraith &
Visser
Woodforde &
Woodbridge
Woodbridge &
Woodforde
McEnroe &
McEnroe
1993 Forget &
Leconte
Krajicek &
Siemerink
Edberg &
Korda
Haarhuis &
Koevermans
Eltingh &
Haarhuis
Courier &
Knowles
Agassi &
Korda
Woodbridge &
Woodforde
B. Black &
Stark
1994 Connell &
Galbraith
Eltingh &
Haarhuis
Kulti &
Larsson
Melville&
Norval
Kafelnikov&
Rikl
B. Black &
Stark
O'Brien &
Stolle
Woodbridge &
Woodforde
Eltingh &
Haarhuis
Indian Wells
United States
Miami
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Hamburg[15]
Germany
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Essen[16]
Germany
Paris
France
1995 Ho &
Steven
Woodbridge &
Woodforde
Eltingh &
Haarhuis
W. Ferreira &
Kafelnikov
Suk &
Vacek
Kafelnikov &
Olhovskiy
Woodbridge &
Woodforde
Eltingh &
Haarhuis
Connell &
Galbraith
Indian Wells
United States
Miami
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Hamburg[17]
Germany
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Stuttgart[18]
Germany
Paris
France
1996 Woodbridge &
Woodforde
Woodbridge &
Woodforde
E. Ferreira &
Siemerink
B. Black &
Connell
Knowles &
Nestor
Galbraith &
Haarhuis
Knowles &
Nestor
Lareau &
O'Brien
Eltingh &
Haarhuis
1997 Knowles &
Nestor
Woodbridge &
Woodforde
Johnson &
Montana
Knowles &
Nestor
Lobo &
J. Sánchez
Bhupathi &
Paes
Woodbridge &
Woodforde
Woodbridge &
Woodforde
Eltingh &
Haarhuis
1998 Björkman &
Rafter
E. Ferreira &
Leach
Eltingh &
Haarhuis
Bhupathi &
Paes
Johnson &
Montana
Damm &
Grabb
Knowles &
Nestor
Lareau &
O'Brien
Bhupathi &
Paes
1999 W. Black &
Stolle
W. Black &
Stolle
Delaître &
Henman
E. Ferreira &
Leach
Arthurs &
A. Kratzmann
Björkman &
Rafter
B. Black &
Björkman
B. Black &
Björkman
Lareau &
O'Brien
2000 O'Brien &
Palmer
Woodbridge &
Woodforde
W. Ferreira &
Kafelnikov
Damm &
Hrbatý
Woodbridge &
Woodforde
Lareau &
Nestor
Woodbridge &
Woodforde
Novák &
Rikl
Kulti &
Mirnyi
2001 W. Ferreira &
Kafelnikov
Novák &
Rikl
Björkman &
Woodbridge
W. Ferreira &
Kafelnikov
Björkman &
Woodbridge
Novák &
Rikl
Bhupathi &
Paes
Mirnyi &
Stolle
E. Ferreira &
Leach
Indian Wells
United States
Miami
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Hamburg[19]
Germany
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Madrid[20]
Spain
Paris
France
2002 Knowles &
Nestor
Knowles &
Nestor
Björkman &
Woodbridge
Damm &
Suk
Bhupathi &
Gambill
Bryan &
Bryan
Blake &
Martin
Knowles &
Nestor
Escudé &
Santoro
2003 W. Ferreira &
Kafelnikov
Federer &
Mirnyi
Bhupathi &
Mirnyi
Arthurs &
Hanley
Knowles &
Nestor
Bhupathi &
Mirnyi
Bryan &
Bryan
Bhupathi &
Mirnyi
Arthurs &
Hanley
2004 Clément &
Grosjean
W. Black &
Ullyett
Henman &
Zimonjić
Bhupathi &
Mirnyi
W. Black &
Ullyett
Bhupathi &
Paes
Knowles &
Nestor
Knowles &
Nestor
Björkman &
Woodbridge
2005 Knowles &
Nestor
Björkman &
Mirnyi
Paes &
Zimonjić
Llodra &
Santoro
Björkman &
Mirnyi
W. Black &
Ullyett
Björkman &
Mirnyi
Knowles &
Nestor
Bryan &
Bryan
2006 Knowles &
Nestor
Björkman &
Mirnyi
Björkman &
Mirnyi
Knowles &
Nestor
Hanley &
Ullyett
Bryan &
Bryan
Björkman &
Mirnyi
Bryan &
Bryan
Clément &
Llodra
2007 Damm &
Paes
Bryan &
Bryan
Bryan &
Bryan
Santoro &
Zimonjić
Bryan &
Bryan
Bhupathi &
Vízner
Erlich &
Ram
Bryan &
Bryan
Bryan &
Bryan
2008 Erlich &
Ram
Bryan &
Bryan
Nadal &
Robredo
Bryan &
Bryan
Nestor &
Zimonjić
Nestor &
Zimonjić
Bryan &
Bryan
Matkowski &
Fyrstenberg
Bjorkman &
Ullyett
Indian Wells
United States
Miami
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Rome
Italy
Madrid[21]
Spain
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Shanghai[22]
China
Paris
France
2009 Fish &
Roddick
Mirnyi &
Ram
Nestor &
Zimonjić
Nestor &
Zimonjić
Nestor &
Zimonjić
Bhupathi &
Knowles
Nestor &
Zimonjić
Tsonga &
Benneteau
Nestor &
Zimonjić
2010 López &
Nadal
Dlouhý &
Paes
Nestor &
Zimonjić
Bryan &
Bryan
Bryan &
Bryan
Bryan &
Bryan
Bryan &
Bryan
Melzer &
Paes
Bhupathi &
Mirnyi
Indian Wells
United States
Miami
United States
Monte Carlo
Monaco
Madrid[23]
Spain
Rome
Italy
Canada
Canada
Cincinnati
United States
Shanghai[24]
China
Paris
France
2011 Dolgopolov &
Malisse
Bhupathi &
Paes
Bryan &
Bryan
Bryan &
Bryan
Isner &
Querrey
Llodra &
Zimonjic
Bhupathi &
Paes
Mirnyi &
Nestor
Bopanna &
Qureshi
2012 López &
Nadal
Paes &
Štěpánek
Bryan &
Bryan
Matkowski &
Fyrstenberg
Granollers &
López
Bryan &
Bryan
Lindstedt &
Tecău
Paes &
Štěpánek
Bhupathi &
Bopanna
2013 Bryan &
Bryan
Qureshi &
Rojer
Benneteau &
Zimonjić
Bryan &
Bryan
Bryan &
Bryan
Peya &
Soares
Bryan &
Bryan
Dodig &
Melo
Bryan &
Bryan
2014 Bryan &
Bryan (27/31)
Bryan &
Bryan (28/31)
Bryan &
Bryan (29/31)
Nestor &
Zimonjić (9/10)
Nestor &
Zimonjić (10/10)
Peya &
Soares (1/2)
Bryan &
Bryan (30/31)
Bryan &
Bryan (31/31)
Bryan &
Bryan (32/32)

Gallery[edit]

Titles matrix[edit]

Players with 4 or more titles since 1970:

Singles[edit]

# Player HA IW MI MC RO WA TO CA CI LA LO PH ST IN LV FH BO PA JO SY ES MA SH # Winning span
1 Spain Rafael Nadal 1 3 8 7 3 1 4 27 2005–2014 (10)
2 Switzerland Roger Federer 4 4 2 2 6 1 3 1 23 2002–2014 (13)
3 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 2 2 2 2 2 6 1 1 1 1 2 22 1980–1989 (10)
4 Serbia Novak Djokovic 3 4 1 3 3 3 1 2 20 2007–2014 (8)
5 United States John McEnroe 2 1 1 5 4 4 2 19 1978–1985 (8)
6 United States Jimmy Connors 1 2 1 2 4 2 2 1 2 17 1973–1984 (12)
= United States Andre Agassi 1 6 1 3 3 2 1 17 1990–2004 (15)
8 Sweden Björn Borg 3 2 2 1 1 1 2 3 15 1974–1980 (7)
9 West Germany Boris Becker 2 2 1 1 4 1 2 13 1985–1996 (12)
10 United States Pete Sampras 2 3 1 3 2 11 1992–2000 (9)
11 Australia Rod Laver 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 9 1970–1975 (6)
= United Kingdom Andy Murray 2 2 2 1 2 9 2008–2013 (6)
13 Sweden Stefan Edberg 1 1 1 2 2 1 8 1986–1992 (7)
= Austria Thomas Muster 1 3 3 1 8 1990–1997 (8)
= Sweden Mats Wilander 1 2 1 4 8 1983–1988 (6)
16 United States Michael Chang 3 1 2 1 7 1990–1997 (8)
17 Romania Ilie Năstase 3 2 1 1 7 1970–1973 (4)
18 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1 2 1 2 1 7 1974–1982 (9)
19 Spain Manuel Orantes 1 1 1 2 1 6 1972–1977 (6)
20 United States Jim Courier 2 1 2 5 1991–1993 (3)
= Chile Marcelo Ríos 1 1 1 1 1 5 1995–2003 (9)
= Brazil Gustavo Kuerten 1 2 1 1 5 1999–2001 (3)
= Russia Marat Safin 1 3 1 5 2000–2004 (5)
= United States Andy Roddick 2 1 2 5 2000–2010 (11)
25 United States Stan Smith 1 1 2 4 1970–1973 (4)
= Ukraine Andriy Medvedev 3 1 4 1994–1997 (4)
= Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero 2 1 1 4 2001–2003 (3)

^ HA = Hamburg, IW = Indian Wells, MI = Miami, MC = Monte Carlo, RO = Rome, WA = Washington, TO = Tokyo, CA = Canada (Toronto/Montreal), CI = Cincinnati, LA = Los Angeles, LO = London, PH = Philadelphia, ST = Stockholm, IN = Indianapolis, LV = Las Vegas, FH = Forest Hills, BO = Boston, PA = Paris, JO = Johannesburg, SY = Sydney, ES = Essen/Stuttgart, MA = Madrid, SH = Shanghai

^ The 5th Masters Series tournament was played in Hamburg through 2008 but moved to its current location in Madrid in 2009. The 8th Masters Series tournament has had a very turbulent history. It was played in Stockholm from 1990 to 1994, Essen in 1995, Stuttgart in 1996 to 2001, and Madrid from 2002 to 2008 before moving to its current location in Shanghai in 2009.

^ The final of the 2005 Rome Masters between Spaniard Rafael Nadal and Argentine Guillermo Coria marked the longest final of the Open Era (since 1968): 5 hrs. and 14 mins, with 18-year old Nadal prevailing. The 2006 final produced another classic, 5 hrs. and 5 mins long, with Nadal defeating Federer.

^ Active players in bold. Most titles per tournament underlined.

^ To date 65 players have won precisely one Championship/Masters Series tournament.

Doubles[edit]

Players with 5 or more titles since 1970:

Player name HA IW MI MC RO WA TO CA CI LA LO PH ST IN LV FH BO PA JO SY ES MA SH # Winning span
1 United States Bob Bryan 1 2 3 4 3 4 5 4 5 1 32 2002–2014 (13)
= United States Mike Bryan 1 2 3 4 3 4 5 4 5 1 32 2002–2014 (13)
3 Canada Daniel Nestor 3 4 1 2 4 2 4 1 5 1 27 1996–2014 (19)
4 Australia Todd Woodbridge 2 1 4 2 4 1 4 18 1992–2003 (12)
5 The Bahamas Mark Knowles 2 4 1 2 2 3 3 17 1993–2009 (17)
6 Belarus Max Mirnyi 1 4 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 16 2000–2011 (12)
= India Mahesh Bhupathi 1 1 1 2 5 2 3 1 16 1997–2012 (16)
8 Sweden Jonas Björkman 2 1 2 3 1 2 2 1 15 1998–2008 (11)
= Australia Mark Woodforde 1 1 4 1 4 3 1 15 1989–2000 (12)
= United States Peter Fleming 1 1 2 1 5 3 1 1 15 1978–1984 (7)
= United States John McEnroe 2 2 5 3 1 1 1 15 1978–1984 (7)
12 Serbia and Montenegro/SerbiaNenad Zimonjić 1 5 2 2 1 1 2 14 2004–2014 (11)
= India Leander Paes 1 3 1 1 2 2 1 2 13 1997–2012 (16)
14 Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd 4 4 1 1 1 11 1978–1991 (14)
15 United States Brian Gottfried 4 1 1 2 1 1 10 1973–1977 (5)
= Netherlands Paul Haarhuis 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 1 10 1993–1998 (6)
= Netherlands Tom Okker 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 10 1971–1979 (9)
= Mexico Raúl Ramírez 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 10 1974–1977 (4)
19 United States Ken Flach 1 1 1 1 4 1 9 1984–1989 (6)
= France Guy Forget 4 1 2 1 1 9 1985–1993 (9)
= United States Stan Smith 1 1 2 2 1 3 1 9 1970–1977 (8)
22 Netherlands Jacco Eltingh 1 2 1 3 - 7 1993–1998 (6)
= Sweden Anders Järryd 2 2 1 2 1 8 1984–1991 (8)
= South Africa Frew McMillan 1 2 2 2 1 8 1971–1978 (8)
= Romania Ilie Năstase 3 2 1 1 1 8 1970–1979 (10)
= United States Robert Seguso 1 1 1 4 1 8 1984–1991 (8)
27 Poland Wojciech Fibak 1 1 1 1 1 2 7 1975–1979 (5)
= Ecuador Andrés Gómez 1 1 1 2 1 1 7 1980–1987 (8)
= Australia Bob Hewitt 1 1 2 2 1 7 1971–1978 (8)
= Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov 1 2 1 2 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7 1994–2003 (10)
= United States Bob Lutz 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 1972–1980 (9)
= United States Marty Riessen 1 1 1 1 2 1 7 1970–1981 (12)
= United States Sherwood Stewart 1 2 1 1 1 1 7 1979–1986 (8)
34 South Africa Wayne Ferreira 1 2 1 1 1 6 1991–2003 (13)
35 Australia John Alexander 1 1 1 2 5 1971–1975 (5)
= Zimbabwe Byron Black 1 1 1 1 1 5 1993–1999 (7)
= Zimbabwe Wayne Black 1 1 2 1 5 1999–2005 (7)
= Australia Phil Dent 1 1 1 2 5 1971–1975 (5)
= Sweden Stefan Edberg 2 1 1 1 5 1984–1993 (10)
= United States Patrick Galbraith 1 3 1 5 1991–1996 (6)
= Switzerland Heinz Günthardt 1 2 1 1 5 1980–1983 (4)
= Australia Rod Laver 1 2 2 5 1970–1974 (5)
= United States Alex O'Brien 1 1 1 2 5 1994–2000 (7)
= Zimbabwe Kevin Ullyett 2 1 1 1 5 2004–2008 (5)
= United States Todd Witsken 1 1 2 1 5 1988–1992 (5)

Active players in bold. Most titles per tournament underlined

^ HA = Hamburg, IW = Indian Wells, MI = Miami, MC = Monte Carlo, RO = Rome, WA = Washington, TO = Tokyo, CA = Canada (Toronto/Montreal), CI = Cincinnati, LA = Los Angeles, LO = London, PH = Philadelphia, ST = Stockholm, IN = Indianapolis, LV = Las Vegas, FH = Forest Hills, BO = Boston, PA = Paris, JO = Johannesburg, SY = Sydney, ES = Essen/Stuttgart, MA = Madrid, SH = Shanghai

Records and trivia[edit]

Singles[edit]

Fastest to...
  • 5 titles: in 1 year
    • Laver (Johannesburg 1970 – Sydney 1970)
    • Connors (Washington – Las Vegas 1976)
    • Federer (Indian Wells 2005- Indian Wells 2006)
    • Federer (Miami 2005- Miami 2006)
    • Nadal (Monte Carlo 2005- Monte Carlo 2006)
    • Djokovic (Indian Wells 2011 - Rome 2011)
  • 10 titles: in 3 years, Nadal (Monte Carlo 2005 – Monte Carlo 2008)
  • 15 titles: in 4 years, Nadal (Monte Carlo 2005 – Rome 2009)
  • 20 titles: in 7 years, Nadal (Monte Carlo 2005 – Monte Carlo 2012)
  • 25 titles: in 8 years, Nadal (Monte Carlo 2005 – Canada 2013)
Winners of the 5 North American series tournaments on hard
  • Lendl (Las Vegas '81, Canada '81, Forest Hills '82, Cincinnati '82, Miami '86)
Winners of the 4 North American series tournaments on hard
  • Chang (Canada '90, Indian Wells & Miami '92, Cincinnati '93)
  • Agassi (Miami '90, Canada '92, Cincinnati '95, Indian Wells '01)
  • Federer (Indian Wells '04, Canada '04, Miami '05, Cincinnati '05)
    • Note: Federer is the only player to have won more than one title at each tournament.
Winners of the 3 North American Series tournaments on clay
  • Connors (Boston '73, Indianapolis '74,Washington '76)
Winners of the 3 European Series tournaments on clay
  • Vilas (Hamburg '78, Rome '80, Monte Carlo '81)
  • Lendl (Rome '88, Monte Carlo '88, Hamburg '89)
  • Ríos (Monte Carlo '97, Rome '98, Hamburg '99)
  • Kuerten (Monte Carlo '99, Rome '99, Hamburg '00)
  • Nadal (Monte Carlo '05, Rome '05, Hamburg '08)
  • Djokovic (Rome '08, Madrid '11, Monte Carlo '13)
Winners of the series tournaments on the four continents
  • Laver (Johannesburg '70, Sydney '70, Philadelphia '70, Rome '71)
  • Connors (Johannesburg '73, Los Angeles '73, London '76, Tokyo '80)
Winners of the series tournaments on the four surfaces
  • Laver (Johannesburg '70, Sydney '70, Philadelphia '70, Rome '71)
  • Connors (Boston '73, Johannesburg '74, Indianpolis '74, London '76)
    • Note: Grass ceased to be a surface after 1974.
Winners of the series tournaments on the three surfaces
  • Laver (Johannesburg '70, Indianapolis '70, London '70)
  • Connors (Philadelphia '76, Las Vegas '76, Washington '76)
  • Borg (Monte Carlo '79, Montreal '79, Tokyo '79)
  • Lendl (Tokyo '85, Monte Carlo, '85, Forest Hills, '85)
  • Edberg (Indian Wells '90, Paris '90, Hamburg '92)
  • Sampras (Cincinnati '92, Rome '94, Paris '95)
  • Muster (Rome '90, Essen '95, Miami '97)
  • Agassi (Miami '90, Paris '94, Rome '02)
  • Nadal (Monte Carlo '05, Montreal '05, Madrid '05)
  • Federer (Hamburg '02, Indian Wells '04, Madrid '06)
  • Djokovic (Miami '07, Rome '08, Paris '09)
Winners of the singles and doubles title at the same tournament in the same year
  • Nastase (Rome 1970)
  • Nastase (Monte Carlo 1971)
  • Gottfried (Las Vegas 1973)
  • McEnroe (London 1978)
  • McEnroe (London 1979)
  • McEnroe (London 1980)
  • McEnroe (Cincinnati 1981)
  • McEnroe (London 1982)
  • McEnroe (Philadelphia 1982)
  • McEnroe (London 1983)
  • McEnroe (Canada 1984)
  • McEnroe (Philadelphia 1984)
  • Edberg (Stockholm 1987)
  • Becker (Indian Wells 1988)
  • Courier (Indian Wells 1991)
  • Nadal (Monte Carlo 2008)
Most consecutive years winning at least one title
  • 10: Nadal (2005–2014)
Players who played the most finals against each other
  1. Nadal v Djokovic, 12 times
  2. Nadal v Federer, 10 times
  3. McEnroe v Lendl, 6 times
  4. Becker v Edberg, 6 times
  5. Agassi v Sampras, 5 times
  6. Murray v Djokovic, 5 times
  7. Borg v Connors, 4 times
  8. Ashe v Connors, 4 times
  9. Federer v Djokovic, 4 times
All Countrymen in final
Players from only four countries have played an "All countrymen final". Those countries are the United States (13 times), Spain (7 times), Argentina (1 time) and Switzerland (1 time).
No. 1 vs. No. 2 seeds in final
Top 4 seeds in semifinals
  • 1999 Cincinnati: 1. Pete Sampras, 2. Patrick Rafter, 3. Andre Agassi and 4. Yevgeny Kafelnikov
  • 2008 Monte Carlo: 1. Roger Federer, 2. Rafael Nadal, 3. Novak Djokovic and 4. Nikolay Davydenko
  • 2009 Cincinnati: 1. Roger Federer, 2. Rafael Nadal, 3. Andy Murray and 4. Novak Djokovic
  • 2010 Toronto: 1. Rafael Nadal, 2. Novak Djokovic, 3. Roger Federer and 4. Andy Murray
  • 2012 Shanghai: 1. Roger Federer, 2. Novak Djokovic, 3. Andy Murray and 4. Tomáš Berdych
Top 8 seeds in quarterfinals
  • 2009 Montreal: 1. Roger Federer, 2. Rafael Nadal, 3. Andy Murray, 4. Novak Djokovic, 5. Andy Roddick, 6. Juan Martín del Potro, 7. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and 8. Nikolay Davydenko
Qualifiers who played the final (1991–)
  • 1991 Rome: Emilio Sánchez d. (q)Alberto Mancini
  • 1996 Hamburg: (q)Roberto Carretero d. Àlex Corretja
  • 2000 Toronto: Marat Safin d. (q)Harel Levy
  • 2001 Hamburg: (q)Albert Portas d. Juan Carlos Ferrero
  • 2001 Stuttgart: Tommy Haas d. (q)Max Mirnyi
  • 2004 Paris: Marat Safin d. (q)Radek Štěpánek
  • 2005 Hamburg: Roger Federer d. (q)Richard Gasquet
  • 2007 Miami: Novak Djokovic d. (q)Guillermo Cañas
  • 2012 Paris: David Ferrer d. (q)Jerzy Janowicz
No seeds in final (2000–)
  • 2003 Paris: Tim Henman d. Andrei Pavel
Successful title defenses
  • Boston: Björn Borg 1974–1976
  • Canada: Ivan Lendl 1987–1989 Andre Agassi 1994–1995, Andy Murray 2009–2010, Novak Djokovic 2011–2012
  • Cincinnati: Boris Becker 1987–1988, Mats Wilander 1983–1984, Michael Chang 1993–1994, Andre Agassi 1995–1996, Roger Federer 2009–2010
  • Forest Hills: John McEnroe 1983–1984
  • Hamburg: Andrei Medvedev 1994–1995, Roger Federer 2004–2005
  • Indian Wells: Pete Sampras 1994–1995, Michael Chang 1996–1997, Lleyton Hewitt 2002–2003, Roger Federer 2004–2006
  • Johannesburg: Jimmy Connors 1973–1974
  • Las Vegas: Björn Borg 1978–1979
  • London: John McEnroe 1978–1980
  • Madrid: Rafael Nadal 2013–2014
  • Miami: Pete Sampras 1993–1994, Andre Agassi 1995–1996, Andre Agassi 2001–2003, Roger Federer 2005–2006, Novak Djokovic 2011–2012
  • Monte Carlo: Ilie Năstase 1971–1973, Borg 1979–1980 Thomas Muster 1995–1996, Juan Carlos Ferrero 2002–2003, Rafael Nadal 2005–2012
  • Paris: Novak Djokovic 2013–2014
  • Philadelphia: Jimmy Connors 1978–1980, John McEnroe 1983–1985
  • Rome: Jim Courier 1992–1993, Thomas Muster 1995–1996, Rafael Nadal 2005–2007, Rafael Nadal 2009–2010, Rafael Nadal 2012-2013
  • Shanghai: Andy Murray 2010–2011, Novak Djokovic 2012-2013
  • Stockholm: John McEnroe 1978–1979, Stefan Edberg 1986–1987, Boris Becker 1990–1991
  • Tokyo: Björn Borg 1978–1979
  • Björn Borg, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic have retained 4 different tournaments each.
  • Rafael Nadal has retained a tournament on 12 occasions.

Chronological list of cumulative titles leaders[edit]

Doubles[edit]

Winners of the 4 AMS tournaments on clay 
  1. Ramirez (Boston '75, Rome '75 Monte Carlo, '76, Washington '76)
  • Note (Washington and Boston ceased as clay court tournaments after 1977)
Winners of the 3 AMS tournaments on clay 
  1. Gottfried (Boston '75, Monte Carlo, '76, Washington '76)
  2. Ramirez (Boston '75, Monte Carlo, '76, Washington '76)
  3. Haarhuis (Rome '93, Hamburg '94, Monte Carlo '95)
  4. Kafelnikov (Rome '94, Hamburg '95, Monte Carlo '00)
  5. W. Ferreira (Hamburg '95, Monte Carlo '00, Rome '01)
  6. Bhupathi (Rome '98, Hamburg '02, Monte Carlo '03)
  7. Mirnyi (Monte Carlo '03, Rome '04, Hamburg '05)
  8. B. Bryan (Monte Carlo '07, Hamburg '07, Rome '08)
  9. M. Bryan (Monte Carlo '07, Hamburg '07, Rome '08)
  10. Zimonjic (Monte Carlo '04, Rome '07, Hamburg '08)
  11. Nestor (Hamburg '96, Rome '97, Monte Carlo '09)
Winner of the 4 North American AMS tournaments 
  1. Nestor (Cincinnati '96, Indian Wells '97, Canada '00, Miami '02)
  2. Knowles (Canada '93, Cincinnati '96, Indian Wells '97, Miami '02)
  3. Björkman (Indian Wells '98, Canada '99, Cincinnati '99, Miami '05)
  4. Paes (Canada '97, Cincinnati '01, Indian Wells '07, Miami '10)
  5. B. Bryan (Canada '02, Cincinnati '03, Miami '07, Indian Wells '13)
  6. M. Bryan (Canada '02, Cincinnati '03, Miami '07, Indian Wells '13)
Winners of the 5 European AMS tournaments 
  1. Haarhuis (Rome '93, Hamburg '93, Paris '94, Monte Carlo '95, Essen "Madrid" '95)
  2. Bhupathi (Rome '98, Paris '98, Hamburg '01, Monte Carlo '03, Madrid '03)
  3. Mirnyi (Paris '00, Stuttgart "Madrid" '01, Monte Carlo'02, Rome '04, Hamburg '05)
  4. B. Bryan (Paris '05, Madrid '06, Monte Carlo '07, Hamburg '07, Rome '08)
  5. M. Bryan (Paris '05, Madrid '06, Monte Carlo '07, Hamburg '07, Rome '08)
  6. Nestor (Hamburg '96, Rome '97, Monte Carlo '09, Madrid '02, Paris '09)