Tennis players with most titles in the Open Era

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Martina Navratilova has won the most singles, doubles and combined total titles among all players in Open Era history.

This is a list of the tennis players who have won at least thirty official events on the tennis tour since 1968 (singles and doubles combined). Martina Navratilova has won the most singles and doubles titles among all players in Open Era history.

Key[edit]

Player Name of the player
Years The years this player played
Country The country this player represents
Singles The number of singles titles won
Doubles The number of doubles titles won
Total The combined number of singles & doubles titles won
Elected to the Tennis Hall of Fame
* Player is active

Women[edit]

Steffi Graf has 107 singles titles, the third most among female players.
The stats are updated through July 5, 2014.
Player Active Country Singles Doubles Total Ref
Martina Navratilova 1975–2006  Czechoslovakia /  United States 167 177 344 [1]
Chris Evert 1972–1989  United States 154 32 186 [2]
Billie Jean King[a] 1959–1983  United States 67 101 168 [3]
Margaret Court[a] 1959–1977  Australia 92 48 140 [4]
Pam Shriver 1979–1997  United States 21 106 127 [5]
Rosemary Casals[a] 1966–1991  United States 11 112 123 [6]
Steffi Graf 1982–1999  Germany 107 11 118 [7]
Evonne Goolagong Cawley 1967–1983  Australia 68 45 113 [8]
Jana Novotná 1987–1999  Czech Republic 24 76 100 [9]
Arantxa Sánchez Vicario 1985–2002  Spain 29 69 98 [10]
Lindsay Davenport 1993–2008  United States 55 38 93 [11]
Serena Williams* 1995–  United States 63 22 85 [12]
Natasha Zvereva 1988–2002  Soviet Union /  Belarus 4 80 84 [13]
Lisa Raymond* 1993–  United States 4 79 83 [14]
Martina Hingis 1994–2007   Switzerland 43 37 80 [15]
Helena Suková 1981–1998  Czech Republic 10 69 79 [16]
Gigi Fernández 1983–1997  United States 2 69 71 [17]
Larisa Savchenko-Neiland 1982–1999  Soviet Union /  Latvia 2 65 67 [18]
Venus Williams* 1994–  United States 45 21 66 [19]
Wendy Turnbull 1970–1989  Australia 9 55 64 [20]
Rennae Stubbs 1986–2011  Australia 0 60 60 [21]
Monica Seles 1989–2008  Yugoslavia /  Yugoslavia /  United States 53 6 59 [22]
Cara Black* 1998–  Zimbabwe 1 57 58 [23]
Virginia Wade[a] 1962–1986  United Kingdom 55 0 55 [24]
Liezel Huber* 1993–  South Africa /  United States 0 53 53 [25]
Kim Clijsters 1999–2007, 2009–2012  Belgium 41 11 52 [26]
Paola Suárez 1991–2007, 2012  Argentina 4 44 48 [27]
Conchita Martínez 1988–2006  Spain 33 13 46 [28]
Virginia Ruano Pascual* 1992–  Spain 3 43 46 [29]
Justine Henin 1999–2008, 2010–2011  Belgium 43 2 45 [30]
Ai Sugiyama 1992–2009  Japan 6 38 44 [31]
Hana Mandlíková 1978–1990  Czechoslovakia /  Australia 27 15 42 [32]
Lori McNeil 1983–2002  United States 10 32 42 [33]
Gabriela Sabatini 1985–1996  Argentina 27 14 41 [34]
Katarina Srebotnik* 1995–  Slovenia 4 35 39 [35]
Nadia Petrova* 1999–  Russia 13 24 37 [36]
Maria Sharapova* 2001–  Russia 32 3 35 [37]
Tracy Austin 1978–1994  United States 30 4 34 [38]
Elizabeth Sayers Smylie 1980–1997  Australia 2 32 34 [39]
Anabel Medina Garrigues* 1997–  Spain 11 22 33 [40]
Claudia Kohde-Kilsch 1980–1994  Germany 8 25 33 [41]
Nathalie Tauziat 1984–2006  France 8 25 33 [42]
Roberta Vinci* 1999–  Italy 9 24 33 [43]
Sara Errani* 2002–  Italy 7 24 31 [44]
Elena Likhovtseva 1992–2008  Russia 3 27 30 [45]
Zina Garrison 1982–1997  United States 11 19 30 [46]

Men[edit]

The stats are updated through June 8, 2014.
John McEnroe has 148 singles and doubles titles, the most of any male player.
Jimmy Connors has the most singles titles among male players.
Player Active Country Singles Doubles Total Ref
John McEnroe 1978–2006  United States 77 71 148 [47]
Jimmy Connors 1972–1996  United States 109 15 124
Ilie Năstase 1969–1985  Romania 58 45 103 [48]
Mike Bryan* 1998–  United States 0 102 102 [49]
Bob Bryan* 1998–  United States 0 100 100 [50]
Ivan Lendl 1978–1994  Czechoslovakia/ United States 94 6 100 [51]
Tom Okker 1968–1980  Netherlands 22 69 91
Stan Smith 1968–1986  United States 36 54 90 [52]
Roger Federer* 1998–   Switzerland 80 8 88 [53]
Todd Woodbridge 1988–2005  Australia 2 83 85 [54]
Daniel Nestor* 1991–  Canada 0 85 85 [55]
Brian Gottfried 1972–1985  United States 25 54 79 [56]
Guillermo Vilas 1969–1992  Argentina 62 16 78 [57]
Raúl Ramírez 1973–1983  Mexico 19 59 78
Rafael Nadal* 2001–  Spain 64 8 72 [58]
Mark Woodforde 1984–2000  Australia 4 67 71 [59]
Rod Laver[a] 1962–1979  Australia 41 28 69
Björn Borg 1973–1993  Sweden 64 4 68 [60]
Wojtek Fibak 1973–1989  Poland 15 52 67 [61]
Anders Järryd 1980–1996  Sweden 8 59 67
Pete Sampras 1988–2002  United States 64 2 66 [62]
Frew McMillan[a] ?–1984  South Africa 2 63 65 [63]
John Newcombe 1968–1981  Australia 32 33 65
Emilio Sánchez 1984–1997  Spain 15 50 65 [64]
Boris Becker 1984–1999  Germany 49 15 64 [65]
Tomáš Šmíd 1976–1992  Czechoslovakia 9 55 64
Peter Fleming 1973?–1988  United States 3 60 63
Andre Agassi 1986–2006  United States 60 1 61
Jonas Björkman 1991–2008  Sweden 6 54 60
Stefan Edberg 1983–1996  Sweden 42 18 60
Marty Riessen[a] 1964?–1982  United States 6 53 59
Bob Hewitt[a] ?–1980  South Africa 4 54 58
Manuel Orantes ?–1984  Spain 33 22 55
Paul Haarhuis 1989–2003  Netherlands 1 54 55
Mark Knowles 1992–2012  Bahamas 0 55 55
Andrés Gómez 1979–1995  Ecuador 21 33 54
Leander Paes* 1991–  India 1 53 54
Yevgeny Kafelnikov 1992–2003  Russia 26 27 53
Robert Lutz[a] 1967?–1986  United States 9 43 52
Sherwood Stewart 1973?–1990  United States 1 51 52
Mahesh Bhupathi* 1995–  India 0 52 52
Nenad Zimonjić* 1995–  Serbia and Montenegro /  Serbia 0 52 52
Max Mirnyi* 1996–  Belarus 1 48 49
Jacco Eltingh 1988–1998  Netherlands 4 44 48
Sergio Casal 1981–1995  Spain 1 47 48
Arthur Ashe[a] 1966–1980  United States 33 14 47
Rick Leach 1987–2006  United States 0 46 46
Novak Djokovic* 2003–  Serbia 45 1 46 [66]
Thomas Muster 1985–1999  Austria 44 1 45
Ken Rosewall[a] 1950–1980  Australia 27 14 41
Mark Edmondson 1975–1988  Australia 6 34 40
Mats Wilander 1981–1996  Sweden 33 7 40
Martin Damm 1990–2011  Czech Republic 0 40 40
Yannick Noah 1977–1996  France 23 16 39
Guy Forget 1982–2000  France 11 28 39
Balázs Taróczy 1972–1990  Hungary 13 24 37
John Fitzgerald 1980–1995  Australia 6 30 36
Patrick Galbraith 1987–2000  United States 0 36 36
Andy Roddick 2000–2012  United States 32 4 36
Michael Chang 1988–2003  United States 34 0 34
Sandy Mayer ?–1986  United States 10 24 34
Ken Flach 1983–1996  United States 0 34 34
Kevin Ullyett 1990–  Zimbabwe 0 34 34
Lleyton Hewitt* 1998–  Australia 30 3 33
Pavel Složil 1973–1992  Czech Republic 2 31 33
Vitas Gerulaitis 1972–1986  United States 24 8 32
Cyril Suk 1988–2005  Czech Republic 0 32 32
Kevin Curren 1979–1993  United States 5 26 31
Goran Ivanišević 1988–2004  Croatia 22 9 31
Michaël Llodra* 1999–  France 5 26 31
Andy Murray* 2005–  United Kingdom 28 2 30
Fabrice Santoro* 1989–2010  France 6 24 30
David Rikl 1988–2005  Czech Republic 0 30 30

Footnotes[edit]

  • a Player's career started before the Open Era

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martina Navratilova WTA profile.
  2. ^ Chris Evert WTA profile.
  3. ^ Billie Jean King WTA profile.
  4. ^ Margaret Court WTA profile
  5. ^ Pam Shriver WTA profile.
  6. ^ Rosemary Casals WTA profile
  7. ^ Steffi Graf WTA profile
  8. ^ Evonne Goolagong Cawley WTA profile.
  9. ^ Jana Novotná WTA profile
  10. ^ Arantxa Sánchez Vicario WTA profile
  11. ^ Lindsay Davenport WTA profile
  12. ^ Serena Williams WTA profile.
  13. ^ Natasha Zvereva WTA profile
  14. ^ Lisa Raymond WTA profile.
  15. ^ Martina Hingis WTA profile.
  16. ^ Helena Suková WTA profile.
  17. ^ Gigi Fernandez WTA profile.
  18. ^ Larisa Savchenko Neiland WTA profile.
  19. ^ Venus Williams WTA profile.
  20. ^ Wendy Turnbull WTA profile.
  21. ^ Rannae Stubbs WTA profile.
  22. ^ Monica Seles WTA profile.
  23. ^ Cara Black WTA profile.
  24. ^ Virginia Wade WTA profile.
  25. ^ Liezel Huber WTA profile.
  26. ^ Kim Clijsters WTA profile.
  27. ^ Paola Suárez WTA profile.
  28. ^ Conchita Martínez WTA profile.
  29. ^ Virginia Ruano Pascual WTA profile.
  30. ^ Justine Henin WTA profile.
  31. ^ Ai Sugiyama WTA profile.
  32. ^ Hana Mandlíková WTA profile.
  33. ^ Lori McNeil WTA profile.
  34. ^ Gabriela Sabatini WTA profile.
  35. ^ Katarina Srebotnik WTA profile.
  36. ^ Nadia Petrova WTA profile.
  37. ^ Maria Sharapova WTA profile.
  38. ^ Tracy Austin WTA profile.
  39. ^ Elizabeth Smylie WTA profile.
  40. ^ Anabel Medina Garrigues WTA profile.
  41. ^ Claudia Kohde-Kilsch WTA profile.
  42. ^ Nathalie Tauziat WTA profile.
  43. ^ Roberta Vinci WTA profile.
  44. ^ Sara Errani WTA profile.
  45. ^ Elena Likhovtseva WTA profile.
  46. ^ Zina Garrison WTA profile.
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  48. ^ "Ilie Nastase – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  49. ^ "Mike Bryan – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  50. ^ "Bob Bryan – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  51. ^ "Ivan Lendl – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  52. ^ "Stan Smith – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  53. ^ "Roger Federer – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  54. ^ "Todd Woodbridge – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  55. ^ "Daniel Nestor – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  56. ^ "Brian Gottfried – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  57. ^ "Guillermo Vilas – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  58. ^ "Rafael Nadal – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  59. ^ "Mark Woodforde – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  60. ^ "Bjorn Borg – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  61. ^ "Wojtek Fibak – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  62. ^ "Pete Sampras – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  63. ^ "Frew McMillan – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  64. ^ "Emilio Sanchez – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  65. ^ "Boris Becker – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  66. ^ "Novak Djokovic – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 

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