All-time tennis records – men's singles

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All-time tennis records – men's singles, covers the period from 1877 to present.

  • Before the beginning of the Open era in April 1968, only amateurs were allowed to compete in established tennis tournaments, including the four Grand Slams (also known as the Majors). Wimbledon, the oldest of the Majors, was founded in 1877, followed by the US Open in 1881, the French Open in 1891, and the Australian Open in 1905. Beginning in 1905 and continuing to the present day, all four Majors have been played yearly, with the exception of during the two World Wars and 1986 for the Australian Open. The Australian Open is the first Major of the year (January), followed by the French Open (May–June), Wimbledon (June–July), and US Open (August–September). There was no prize money and players were compensated for travel expenses only. A player who wins all four Majors, as a single or as part of a doubles team, in the same calendar year is said to have achieved the "Grand Slam". If the player wins all four consecutively, but not in the same calendar year, it is called a "Non-Calendar Year Grand Slam". Winning all four at some point in a career, even if not consecutively, is referred to as a "Career Grand Slam". Winning the four Majors and a gold medal in tennis at the Summer Olympics in the same calendar year has been called a "Golden Slam" since 1988.[1] Winning all four Majors plus gold at some point in a career, even if not consecutively, is referred to as a "Career Golden Slam". Winning the Year-End Championship also having won a Golden Slam is referred to as a "Super Slam".[2][3][4] Winning the four Majors in all three disciplines a player is eligible for – singles, doubles, and mixed doubles – is considered winning a "boxed set" of Grand Slam titles.
  • Prior to 1924 the Major tennis championships governed by the International Lawn Tennis Federation were the World Hard Court Championships, World Grass Court Championships and World Covered Court Championships.[5]
  • Many top tennis players turned professional before the open era to play legally for prize money. They played in separate professional events and were banned from competing any of the four Grand Slam tournaments. They mostly competed on pro tours involving head-to-head competition, but also in professional tournaments as the biggest events on the pro tour.[6] In addition to the head-to-head tours, there were the annual professional tournaments called "Championship tournaments" (known as Professional Majors) where the world's top professional players played. These tournaments held with a certain tradition and longevity.
  • The oldest of these three Professional Majors,[7][8] or "Professional Grand Slams",[9][10] was the U.S. Pro Tennis Championships, played at a variety of different venues and on a variety of different surfaces, between 1925 and 1999, although it was no longer a Major after 1967. Between 1954 and 1962, the US Pro was played indoors in Cleveland and was called the World Professional Championships. The most prestigious of the three was generally the Wembley Championship. Played between 1934 and 1990, at the Wembley Arena in England, it was unofficially usually considered the world's championship until 1967. The third professional major was the French Pro Championship, played between 1934 and 1968, on the clay-courts of Roland Garros, apart from 1963–1967, when it was played on the indoor wood courts of Stade Coubertin.
  • The Open Era in tennis began in 1968, when the Grand Slam tournaments agreed to allow professional players to compete with amateurs. A professional tennis tour was created for the entire year, where everyone could compete. This meant that the division that had existed for many years between these two groups had finally come to an end, which made the tennis world into one unified competition.

The first event to go "open" started on 22 April 1968 at The West Hants Club in Bournemouth, England,[11] while the first Grand Slam tournament to do so was the 1968 French Open (Roland Garros) starting 27 May.[12]

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Analysis of records[edit]

Today the ultimate pursuit in tennis is to win the calendar Grand Slam; winning all four Grand Slam events in the same calendar year.[13] In 1982 the International Tennis Federation (ITF) broadened the definition of the Grand Slam as meaning any four consecutive major victories, including the ones spanning two calendar years that became known as the non-calendar year Grand Slam though it later reversed its definition.

In the history of men's tennis, only two players have won the calendar Grand Slam, Don Budge (1938) and Rod Laver (1962 and 1969) [13] Budge remains the sole player to have won six majors in a row (1937–1938). In the open era only one player has achieved the non-calendar year grand slam, Novak Djokovic (2015–2016). This is followed by a career Grand Slam a feat achieved by a player winning each of the majors during their career, which eight players have done. Winning just one of these major events in a year is a sought-after achievement but winning all four or more if we apply Prochnow's (2018) analysis retrospectively in Budge's case in a row transforms a player into a legend.[13]

When we reflect on the modern era of the sport, tennis has clear separations during its history, such as the first official majors sanctioned by the world governing body of tennis its separate tours (amateur and professional), the eligibility to compete at grand slam majors or the surface aspects of the tournaments.[13] In 1913 the ILTF created its first tennis Majors its three world championship events by 1923 they were abolished in the history of those early majors only one player won all three in the same year Anthony Wilding and arguably the first world champion.[14] In 1927 the men's game was separated leading to the creation of the Pro Slam majors in the history of the professional tour a period of 40 years only two players achieved the calendar year Pro Grand Slam Ken Rosewall (1963) and Rod Laver (1967). Prior to 1968 only amateurs could enter the Grand Slam tournaments. This was changed in 1968, after which both professionals and amateurs could compete for the tennis Majors.

There are also several other facets to take into consideration in defining great tennis players such as winning all calendar year majors consecutively on offer at the time (World Champs and Pro Slams) on three different surfaces.[13] Three players achieved this distinction between 1913 and 1967, Wilding, Rosewall and Laver, and only those three players have done it not only by surface,[15] but also different environments (indoors and outdoors). When the professional majors were abolished in 1967 the grand slam majors were still only being played on two exclusive surfaces grass and clay. In 1978 the US Open switched surface to a hard court thus re-creating a third unique surface. This is arguably the best date in defining the beginning of the Modern Era of tennis.[13] In this new modern era only one player has won all four majors in a row (Djokovic) and only one player has achieved the new term a "Surface Slam" winning three consecutive majors on three distinct surfaces that being Rafael Nadal in 2010.[13] To have accomplished any of these feats in a group of tournaments originating over 100 years ago underscores the degree of difficulty involved.[13]

These are some of the important records since the start of the first Grand Slam tournament held at The Wimbledon Championships. All statistics are based on the data at the ATP World Tour website,[16][17] the ITF[18] and other available sources, even if this isn't a complete list due to the time period involved.

Active streaks and active players are in boldface.

Grand Slam (Majors)[edit]

Grand Slam tournament totals[edit]

active players in boldface

Titles #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 20
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 19
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 16
4. United States Pete Sampras 14
5. Australia Roy Emerson 12
6. Australia Rod Laver 11
Sweden Björn Borg
8. United States Bill Tilden 10
9. United Kingdom Fred Perry 8
Australia Ken Rosewall
United States Jimmy Connors
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Andre Agassi
Finals #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 31
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 27
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 25
4. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 19
5. United States Pete Sampras 18
6. Australia Rod Laver 17
7. Australia Ken Rosewall 16
Sweden Björn Borg
9. United States Bill Tilden 15
Australia Roy Emerson
United States Jimmy Connors
United States Andre Agassi
Semifinals #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 45
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 36
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 33
4. United States Jimmy Connors 31
5. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 28
6. United States Andre Agassi 26
7. Australia Ken Rosewall 25
8. United States Pete Sampras 23
9. United Kingdom Andy Murray 21
10. United States Bill Tilden 20
Quarterfinals #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 56
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 45
3. United States Jimmy Connors 41
4. Spain Rafael Nadal 40
5. Australia Roy Emerson 37
6. United States Andre Agassi 36
7. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 34
8. Australia Ken Rosewall 30
United Kingdom Andy Murray
10. United States Pete Sampras 29
Appearances #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 78
2. Spain Feliciano López 72
3. France Fabrice Santoro 70
4. Russia Mikhail Youzhny 69
5. Australia Lleyton Hewitt 66
Spain Fernando Verdasco
7. Spain David Ferrer 63
8. United States Andre Agassi 61
Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych
Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber

Grand Slam tournaments consecutive streaks[edit]

Active streaks in boldface

Titles #
United States Don Budge 6
Australia Rod Laver 4
Australia Rod Laver (2)
Serbia Novak Djokovic
United Kingdom Laurence Doherty 3
Australia Jack Crawford
United States Tony Trabert
Australia Lew Hoad
Australia Roy Emerson
United States Pete Sampras
Switzerland Roger Federer
Switzerland Roger Federer (2)
Spain Rafael Nadal
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2)
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3)
Finals #
Switzerland Roger Federer 10
Switzerland Roger Federer 8
Australia Jack Crawford 7
United States Don Budge 6
Australia Rod Laver
Serbia Novak Djokovic
United Kingdom Fred Perry 5
Australia Frank Sedgman
Australia Fred Stolle
Spain Rafael Nadal
Semifinals #
Switzerland Roger Federer 23
Serbia Novak Djokovic 14
Australia Rod Laver 10
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 9
United States Don Budge 8
Australia Ashley Cooper
Australia Jack Crawford 7
Spain Rafael Nadal
United Kingdom Fred Perry 6
United States Don Budge
United States Tom Brown
Australia Lew Hoad
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (2)
United Kingdom Andy Murray
Quarterfinals #
Switzerland Roger Federer 36
Serbia Novak Djokovic 28
Australia Roy Emerson 14
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Australia Neale Fraser 12
Spain Rafael Nadal 11
United States Vic Seixas 10
Australia Rod Laver
United States Pete Sampras
Spain David Ferrer
United Kingdom Fred Perry 9
United States Dick Savitt
Australia Ashley Cooper
United Kingdom Andy Murray
United Kingdom Andy Murray (2)
Spain Rafael Nadal (2)
Appearances #
Spain Feliciano López 71
Spain Fernando Verdasco 66
Switzerland Roger Federer 65
Italy Andreas Seppi 58
South Africa Wayne Ferreira 56
Sweden Stefan Edberg 54
Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych 52
Serbia Novak Djokovic 51
Spain David Ferrer 50
Spain Guillermo García-López
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka

Grand Slam tournaments non-consecutive streaks[edit]

Player skipped one or more Grand Slam tournaments during his streak

Titles #
United States Bill Tilden 8
United Kingdom William Renshaw 6
New Zealand Anthony Wilding
United Kingdom Laurence Doherty 5
United States William Larned
United States Richard Sears 4
United Kingdom Reginald Doherty
Finals #
United States Bill Tilden 10
New Zealand Anthony Wilding 8
Australia Jack Crawford
Australia Rod Laver
United States Don Budge 7
United Kingdom William Renshaw 6
United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley
United States Maurice McLoughlin
United States Bill Johnston
Germany Gottfried von Cramm
United States Jimmy Connors
Sweden Björn Borg
Semifinals #
Australia Jack Crawford 14
Australia Rod Laver 12
United States Jimmy Connors 11
United States Bill Tilden 10
United States Bill Tilden (2)
United Kingdom Fred Perry 9
Australia Ken Rosewall
New Zealand Anthony Wilding 8
United States Don Budge
Australia Ashley Cooper
Quarterfinals #
United States Jimmy Connors 27
United States Bill Tilden 21
United Kingdom Andy Murray 18
Australia Jack Crawford 17
Australia Roy Emerson 14
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States William Larned 13
United Kingdom Fred Perry 12
Australia Neale Fraser
Australia Rod Laver
Sweden Björn Borg

Grand Slam matches[edit]

Match wins #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 357
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 280
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 271
4. United States Jimmy Connors 233
5. United States Andre Agassi 224
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 222
7. Australia Roy Emerson 209
8. United States Pete Sampras 203
9. United Kingdom Andy Murray 189
10. Sweden Stefan Edberg 178
Match winning[19] % * W–L
1. United States Don Budge 92.06 58–5
2. Sweden Björn Borg 89.81 141–16
3. United States Bill Tilden 89.76 114–13
4. France René Lacoste 88.37 76–10
5. Spain Rafael Nadal 87.70 271–38
6. United Kingdom Fred Perry 87.07 101–15
7. Serbia Novak Djokovic 86.69 280–43
8. France Henri Cochet 86.61 97–15
9. United States Maurice McLoughlin 86.36 57–9
10. Switzerland Roger Federer 86.02 357–58
* minimum 50 wins

Grand Slam matches/finals streaks[edit]

Streaks can be across non-consecutive events

Player Years Consecutive
matches
won
1. United States Bill Tilden 1920–1926 51[20]
2. United States Don Budge 1937–1938 37[21][22]
3. Australia Rod Laver 1962–1968 31[21]
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–2016 30
5. Australia Rod Laver (2) 1969–1970 29[21]
6. Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–2006 27
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2006–2007
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2011–2012
9. Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2018–2019 26
10. New Zealand Anthony Wilding 1909–1914 25
United States Jimmy Connors 1974–1975
United States Pete Sampras 1993–1994
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010–2011
Player Years Consecutive
finals
won
1. United States Bill Tilden 1920–1925 8
United States Pete Sampras 1995–2000
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–2006 7
Spain Rafael Nadal 2008–2011
5. United States Don Budge 1937–1938 6
6. Australia Rod Laver 1968–1969 5
Australia John Newcombe 1970–1975
8. Sweden Björn Borg 1979–1980 4
United States Jimmy Connors 1978–1983
United States Pete Sampras (2) 1993–1994
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–2012
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2015–2016
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2018–2019

Match win streak per Grand Slam event[edit]

Australian Years #
1. Australia Roy Emerson 1963–68 30
2. United States Andre Agassi 2000–04 26
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–14 25
4. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1989–91 20
5. Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–08 19
French Years #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 2010–15 39
2. Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2005–09 31
3. Sweden Björn Borg 1978–81 28
4. Spain Rafael Nadal (3) 2016–current 23
Wimbledon Years #
1. Sweden Björn Borg 1976–81 41
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–08 40
3. Australia Rod Laver 1961–70 31
United States Pete Sampras 1997–2001
5. United States Pete Sampras (2) 1993–96 25
United States Years #
1. United States Bill Tilden 1920–26 42[23]
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–09 40
3. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985–88 27
4. United States John McEnroe 1979–82 26
5. United States Maurice McLoughlin 1912–14 20[23]

Consecutive sets won per Grand Slam event[edit]

# Australian Years
34 Australia Roy Emerson 1964–65
30 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–08
27 United States Andre Agassi 2003–04
26 Australia Ken Rosewall 1971–72
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–12
25 Sweden Stefan Edberg 1989–90
# French Years
41 Sweden Björn Borg 1979–81
38 Spain Rafael Nadal 2016–18
32 Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2007–09
29 Romania Ilie Năstase 1973–74
22 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977–78
Sweden Björn Borg (2) 1978–79
Spain Rafael Nadal (3) 2006–07
Spain Rafael Nadal (4) 2010–11
# Wimbledon Years
34 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2017–18
31 United States John McEnroe 1984–85
26 Switzerland Roger Federer (3) 2003–04
24 United States Jimmy Connors 1974–1975
Sweden Björn Borg 1976–77
United States Pete Sampras 1997–98
# United States Years
28 Australia Frank Sedgman 1951–52
27 United States Tony Trabert 1953–54
26 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985–86
25 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (2) 1986–87
25 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2018–19

Career records per Grand Slam event[edit]

Titles per Grand Slam event (3+ titles)[edit]

Australian #
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 7
2. Australia Roy Emerson 6
Switzerland Roger Federer
4. Australia Jack Crawford 4
Australia Ken Rosewall
United States Andre Agassi
7. Australia James Anderson 3
Australia Adrian Quist
Australia Rod Laver
Sweden Mats Wilander
French #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 12
2. Sweden Björn Borg 6
3. France Henri Cochet 4
4. France René Lacoste 3
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Sweden Mats Wilander
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
Wimbledon #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 8
2. United Kingdom William Renshaw 7
United States Pete Sampras
4. United Kingdom Laurence Doherty 5
Sweden Björn Borg
Serbia Novak Djokovic
7. United Kingdom Reginald Doherty 4
New Zealand Anthony Wilding
Australia Rod Laver
10. United Kingdom Ernest Renshaw 3
United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley
United Kingdom Arthur Gore
United States Bill Tilden
United Kingdom Fred Perry
Australia John Newcombe
United States John McEnroe
Germany Boris Becker
United States #
1. United States Richard Sears 7
United States William Larned
United States Bill Tilden
4. United States Jimmy Connors 5
United States Pete Sampras
Switzerland Roger Federer
7. United States Robert Wrenn 4
United States John McEnroe
Spain Rafael Nadal
10. United States Oliver Campbell 3
United States Malcolm Whitman
United Kingdom Fred Perry
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Serbia Novak Djokovic

Consecutive titles per Grand Slam tournament[edit]

Australian #
1. Australia Roy Emerson 5
2. Australia Jack Crawford 3
Serbia Novak Djokovic
4. Australia James Anderson 2
Australia Frank Sedgman
Australia Ashley Cooper
Australia Ken Rosewall
Argentina Guillermo Vilas
South Africa Johan Kriek
Sweden Mats Wilander
Sweden Stefan Edberg
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Jim Courier
United States Andre Agassi
Switzerland Roger Federer
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2)
Switzerland Roger Federer (2)
French #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 5
2. Sweden Björn Borg 4
Spain Rafael Nadal (2)
4. Spain Rafael Nadal (3) 3
5. United States Frank Parker 2
Egypt Jaroslav Drobný
United States Tony Trabert
Italy Nicola Pietrangeli
Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš
Sweden Björn Borg
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Jim Courier
Spain Sergi Bruguera
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
Wimbledon #
1. United Kingdom William Renshaw 6
2. United Kingdom Laurence Doherty 5
Sweden Björn Borg
Switzerland Roger Federer
5. United Kingdom Reginald Doherty 4
New Zealand Anthony Wilding
United States Pete Sampras
8. United Kingdom Fred Perry 3
United States Pete Sampras
United States #
1. United States Richard Sears 7[24]
2. United States Bill Tilden 6
3. United States William Larned 5
Switzerland Roger Federer
5. United States Malcolm Whitman 3
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States John McEnroe
8. United States Henry Slocum 2
United States Jimmy Connors
Sweden Stefan Edberg
United States Pete Sampras
Australia Patrick Rafter

Finals per Grand Slam event[edit]

Australian #
1. Australia Jack Crawford 7
Australia John Bromwich
Australia Roy Emerson
Switzerland Roger Federer
Serbia Novak Djokovic
6. Australia Ken Rosewall 5
Sweden Stefan Edberg
United Kingdom Andy Murray
Spain Rafael Nadal
10. Australia Gerald Patterson 4
Australia Horace Rice
Australia Adrian Quist
Australia Rod Laver
United States Arthur Ashe
Sweden Mats Wilander
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Andre Agassi
French #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 12
2. Sweden Björn Borg 6
3. France René Lacoste 5
France Henri Cochet
Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Drobny
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Sweden Mats Wilander
Switzerland Roger Federer
9. Italy Nicola Pietrangeli 4
Argentina Guillermo Vilas
Serbia Novak Djokovic
Wimbledon #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 12
2. United Kingdom William Renshaw 8
United Kingdom Arthur Gore
4. Germany Boris Becker 7
United States Pete Sampras
6. United Kingdom Herbert Lawford 6
United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley
United Kingdom Laurence Doherty
Australia Rod Laver
Sweden Björn Borg
United States Jimmy Connors
Serbia Novak Djokovic
United States #
1. United States Bill Tilden 10
2. United States William Larned 9
3. United States Bill Johnston 8
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Pete Sampras
Serbia Novak Djokovic
7. United States Richard Sears 7
United States Jimmy Connors
Switzerland Roger Federer
10. United States Andre Agassi 6

Runners-up per Grand Slam event[edit]

Australian #
1. Australia John Bromwich 5
United Kingdom Andy Murray
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 4
4. Australia Horace Rice 3
Australia Gerald Patterson
Australia Harry Hopman
Australia Jack Crawford
Australia Neale Fraser
United States Arthur Ashe
Sweden Stefan Edberg
French #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 4
2. Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Drobný 3
Argentina Guillermo Vilas
Serbia Novak Djokovic
5. France Jean Borotra 2
United States Bill Tilden
France René Lacoste
South Africa Eric Sturgess
Sweden Sven Davidson
Chile Luis Ayala
Italy Nicola Pietrangeli
Australia Tony Roche
Czech Republic Ivan Lendl
Sweden Mats Wilander
United States Andre Agassi
Spain Àlex Corretja
Sweden Robin Söderling
Austria Dominic Thiem
Wimbledon #
1. United Kingdom Herbert Lawford 5
United Kingdom Arthur Gore
3. United Kingdom Ernest Renshaw 4
United States Jimmy Connors
Germany Boris Becker
Australia Ken Rosewall
Switzerland Roger Federer
8. United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley 3
United Kingdom Frank Riseley
France Jean Borotra
Germany Gottfried von Cramm
Australia Fred Stolle
Croatia Goran Ivanišević
United States Andy Roddick
Spain Rafael Nadal
United States #
1. United States Bill Johnston 6
2. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 5
Serbia Novak Djokovic
4. Sweden Björn Borg 4
United States Andre Agassi
6. United States Frederick Hovey 3
United States Beals Wright
United States Maurice McLoughlin
United States Bill Tilden
United States Pete Sampras

Match wins per Grand Slam event[edit]

Australian #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 97
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 68
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 61
4. Sweden Stefan Edberg 56
5. Australia Jack Crawford 52
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 48
United States Andre Agassi
United Kingdom Andy Murray
9. Australia Ken Rosewall 47
Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych
French #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 93
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 70
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 68
4. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 58
5. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 53
6. United States Andre Agassi 51
7. Italy Nicola Pietrangeli 50
8. Sweden Björn Borg 49
9. Sweden Mats Wilander 47
10. Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Drobný 46
Wimbledon #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 101
2. United States Jimmy Connors 84
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 72
4. Germany Boris Becker 71
5. United Kingdom Arthur Gore 64[25]
6. United States Pete Sampras 63
7. United Kingdom Major Ritchie 62
8. Australia Roy Emerson 60
9. United States John McEnroe 59
10. United Kingdom Andy Murray 57
United States #
1. United States Jimmy Connors 98[26]
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 89
3. United States Andre Agassi 79
4. United States Vic Seixas 75[26]
5. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 73
6. Serbia Novak Djokovic 72
7. United States Bill Tilden 71
United States Pete Sampras
9. United States R. Norris Williams 69[26]
10. United States John McEnroe 65

Match winning percentage per Grand Slam event[edit]

Australian % * W–L
1. Australia James Anderson 91.30 21–2
2. United States Andre Agassi 90.57 48–5
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 89.47 68–8
4. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 88.46 23–3
5. Switzerland Roger Federer 87.39 97–14
6. Australia Roy Emerson 85.18 46–8
7. Sweden Stefan Edberg 84.85 56–10
8. United States Arthur Ashe 83.87 26–5
9. Sweden Mats Wilander 83.72 36–7
10. United States Pete Sampras 83.33 45–9
* minimum 20 wins
French % * W–L
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 97.89 93–2
2. Sweden Björn Borg 96.08 49–2
3. France René Lacoste 91.18 31–3
4. France Henri Cochet 90.91 40–4
Germany Gottfried von Cramm 20–2
6. Australia Ken Rosewall 88.89 24–3
7. Spain Manuel Santana 85.37 35–6
8. Sweden Mats Wilander 83.93 47–9
9. South Africa Eric Sturgess 83.33 30–6
10. Serbia Novak Djokovic 82.93 68–14
* minimum 20 wins
Wimbledon % * W–L
1. Sweden Björn Borg 92.73 51–4
2. United States Don Budge[27] 92.31 24–2
3. United States Bill Tilden[28] 91.18 31–3
4. United States Pete Sampras 90.00 63–7
5. Australia Norman Brookes 88.89 24–3
6. Switzerland Roger Federer 88.60 101–13
7. United Kingdom William Renshaw 88.00 22–3
8. United Kingdom Fred Perry[29] 87.80 36–5
Serbia Novak Djokovic 87.80 72–10
10. Australia Rod Laver 87.72 50–7
* minimum 20 wins
US % * W–L
1. United States Bill Tilden[30] 91.02 71–7
2. United Kingdom Fred Perry[29] 89.47 34–4
3. United States Pete Sampras 88.75 71–9
4. United States Don Budge[27] 88.46 23–3
5. United States Maurice McLoughlin 87.72 50–7
6. United States Robert Wrenn 87.50 21–3
United States Robert Lindley Murray 21–3
8. United States Bobby Riggs 87.10 27–4
9. Australia Frank Sedgman 86.96 20–3
10. Serbia Novak Djokovic 86.75 72–11
* minimum 20 wins

Match wins in Grand Slam tournaments per court type[edit]

Hardcourt #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 186
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 140
3. United States Andre Agassi 127
4. Spain Rafael Nadal 125
5. United States Pete Sampras 116
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 105
7. United Kingdom Andy Murray 92
8. Sweden Stefan Edberg 84
9. United States Andy Roddick 81
10. Australia Lleyton Hewitt 76
Clay #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 93
2. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 75
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 70
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic 68
5. Sweden Björn Borg 63
6. United States Jimmy Connors 59
7. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 53
8. United States Andre Agassi 51
9. Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš 48
10 . Sweden Mats Wilander 47
Grass #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 151
2. Australia Rod Laver 117
3. United States Jimmy Connors 107
4. Australia Roy Emerson 106
5. United States Bill Tilden 105
6. Switzerland Roger Federer 101
7. Australia Jack Crawford 99[31]
8. Australia John Newcombe 89
9. United Kingdom Fred Perry 79
10. Serbia Novak Djokovic 72

Winning percentage in Grand Slam tournaments per court type[edit]

Hardcourt % * W–L
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 88.05 140–19
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 86.92 186–28
3. United States Pete Sampras 86.57 116–18
4. United States Jimmy Connors 85.90 67–11
5. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 85.37 105–18
6. Sweden Björn Borg 84.62 22–4
7. United States Andre Agassi 84.11 127–24
8. United States John McEnroe 83.91 73–14
9. Spain Rafael Nadal 83.89 125–24
10. Sweden Stefan Edberg 80.77 84–20
*minimum 20 wins
Clay % * W–L
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 97.89 93–2
2. Sweden Björn Borg 92.65 63–5
3. France René Lacoste 91.18 31–3
4. France Henri Cochet 90.91 40–4
5. Australia Ken Rosewall 88.89 24–3
6. Sweden Mats Wilander 83.93 47–9
7. Serbia Novak Djokovic 82.93 68–14
8. Brazil Gustavo Kuerten 81.82 36–8
9. United States Jim Courier 81.63 40–9
10. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 81.54 53–12
*minimum 20 wins
Grass % * W–L
1. United States Don Budge 91.22 52–5
2. United States Bill Tilden 90.51 105–11[32]
3. United States Pete Sampras 90.00 63–7
4. Sweden Björn Borg 88.89 56–7
5. United Kingdom Fred Perry 88.76 79–10
6. Switzerland Roger Federer 88.60 101–13
7. Serbia Novak Djokovic 87.80 72–10
8. Australia Jack Crawford 87.25 89–13
9. United Kingdom Andy Murray 85.07 57–10
10. Australia Roy Emerson 82.81 106–22
*minimum 20 wins

Career Grand Slam achievements[edit]

The career achievement of winning all four major championships during a players career is termed a "Career Grand Slam".[33] A player who wins all four Grand Slam tournaments and the Olympic gold medal during the player's career has achieved a Career Golden Slam.[34] A Career Super Grand Slam involves a player winning all four majors, the Olympic Gold and the ATP Finals during his career.[35]

Career Grand Slam, Golden Slam, Super Slam[edit]

Career Grand Slam * Event of completion
United Kingdom Fred Perry 1935 French Championships
United States Don Budge 1938 French Championships
Australia Rod Laver 1962 U.S. Championships
Australia Roy Emerson 1964 Wimbledon Championships
Australia Roy Emerson (2) 1967 French Championships
Australia Rod Laver (2) 1969 US Open
United States Andre Agassi 1999 French Open
Switzerland Roger Federer 2009 French Open
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010 US Open
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2016 French Open
* each Grand Slam title at least once
Career Golden Grand Slam * Event of completion
United States Andre Agassi 1999 French Open
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010 US Open
* Career Slam + Olympic Gold (since 1988)
Career Super Grand Slam * Event of completion
United States Andre Agassi 1999 French Open
* Career Golden Slam + Year-End Championship (since 1970)

Winning a Grand Slam singles tournament without losing a set[edit]

Most in category *
Player Times Grand Slam Tournaments
Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US Open
United States Richard Sears[36] 3 * 1881, 1882, 1883 *
United Kingdom Laurence Doherty 1 1903
United States Holcombe Ward 1 1904
United States William Larned 1 1907
New Zealand Anthony Wilding 1 1909 *
Australia Rodney Heath 1 1910 *
Australia Pat O'Hara Wood 1 1923 *
United States Don Budge 2 1938 * 1938 *
Australia John Bromwich 1 1939 *
United States Frank Parker 1 1945
Australia Frank Sedgman 1 1952
United States Tony Trabert 3 * 1955 * 1953, 1955
Australia Neale Fraser 1 1960[37]
United States Chuck McKinley 1 1963 *
Australia Roy Emerson 1 1964 *
Australia Ken Rosewall 1 1971 *
Romania Ilie Năstase 1 1973
Sweden Björn Borg 3 * 1978, 1980  1976 *
Switzerland Roger Federer 2 2007 * 2017 *
Spain Rafael Nadal 3* 2008, 2010, 2017 *

Reached a Grand Slam singles tournament final without losing a set[edit]

Player Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US Open Total
Spain Rafael Nadal
2019
2007, 08, 10, 12, 17
2010
7
Switzerland Roger Federer
2007, 18
2006, 08, 17
2015
6
Sweden Björn Borg
1978, 80, 81
1976
4
United Kingdom Fred Perry
1934, 35, 36
3
United States Tony Trabert
1955
1953, 55[N 1]
United States Jimmy Connors
1975
1976, 77
Czech Republic Ivan Lendl
1985
1983, 87

Grand Slam achievements (calendar year)[edit]

A players who holds all four major titles in one calendar year has achieved the 'Grand Slam'."[38]

Four Slams in one calendar year (Majors)[edit]

4 Slam wins Year
United States Don Budge 1938
Australia Rod Laver 1962[39]
Australia Rod Laver (2) 1969[39]
3 Slam wins & 1 final Year
Australia Jack Crawford 1933
Australia Lew Hoad 1956
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2007
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
2 Slam wins & 2 finals Year
Australia Frank Sedgman 1952
Switzerland Roger Federer 2009
All 4 finals Year
Australia Jack Crawford 1933
United States Don Budge 1938
Australia Frank Sedgman 1952
Australia Lew Hoad 1956
Australia Rod Laver 1962
Australia Rod Laver (2) 1969
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2007
Switzerland Roger Federer (3) 2009
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
All 4 semifinals Year
Australia Jack Crawford 1933
United Kingdom Fred Perry 1935
United States Don Budge 1938
Australia Frank Sedgman 1952
United States Vic Seixas 1953
United States Tony Trabert 1955
Australia Lew Hoad 1956
Australia Ashley Cooper 1957
Australia Ashley Cooper (2) 1958
Australia Rod Laver 1961
All 4 semifinals Year
Australia Rod Laver (2) 1962
Australia Rod Laver (3) 1969
Australia Tony Roche
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1987
Switzerland Roger Federer 2005
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2006
Switzerland Roger Federer (3) 2007
Switzerland Roger Federer (4) 2008
Spain Rafael Nadal
Switzerland Roger Federer (5) 2009
All 4 semifinals Year
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2012
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2013
Serbia Novak Djokovic (4) 2015
Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2019
All 4 quarterfinals Year
Australia Jack Crawford 1933
United Kingdom Fred Perry 1934
United Kingdom Fred Perry (2) 1935
United States Don Budge 1938
United States Dick Savitt 1951
Australia Frank Sedgman
United States Dick Savitt (2) 1952
Australia Frank Sedgman (2)
United States Vic Seixas 1953
Australia Ken Rosewall
United States Vic Seixas (2) 1954
United States Tony Trabert 1955
Australia Lew Hoad 1956
Australia Ashley Cooper 1957
Australia Neale Fraser 1958
Australia Ashley Cooper (2)
All 4 quarterfinals Year
Australia Neale Fraser (2) 1959
Australia Roy Emerson
Australia Neale Fraser (3) 1960
Australia Roy Emerson (2) 1961
Australia Rod Laver
Australia Rod Laver (2) 1962
Australia Roy Emerson (3) 1964
Australia Roy Emerson (4) 1965
Australia Roy Emerson (5) 1966
Australia Rod Laver (3) 1969
Australia John Newcombe
Australia Tony Roche
Czech Republic Ivan Lendl 1983
United States John McEnroe 1985
Czech Republic Ivan Lendl (2) 1987
Czech Republic Ivan Lendl (3) 1988
All 4 quarterfinals Year
Sweden Mats Wilander 1988
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1991
United States Pete Sampras 1993
United States Andre Agassi 1995
United States Andre Agassi (2) 2001
Switzerland Roger Federer 2005
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2006
Switzerland Roger Federer (3) 2007
Switzerland Roger Federer (4) 2008
Spain Rafael Nadal
Switzerland Roger Federer (5) 2009
Switzerland Roger Federer (6) 2010
Spain Rafael Nadal (2)
Serbia Novak Djokovic
Switzerland Roger Federer (7) 2011
Spain Rafael Nadal (3)
All 4 quarterfinals Year
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2)
Switzerland Roger Federer (8) 2012
Spain David Ferrer
United Kingdom Andy Murray (2)
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3)
Spain David Ferrer (2) 2013
Serbia Novak Djokovic (4)
United Kingdom Andy Murray (3) 2014
Serbia Novak Djokovic (5)
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka 2015
Serbia Novak Djokovic (6)
United Kingdom Andy Murray (4) 2016
Spain Rafael Nadal (4) 2018
Spain Rafael Nadal (5) 2019

Three Majors[edit]

3 slam wins Year
Australia Jack Crawford 1933
United Kingdom Fred Perry 1934
United States Tony Trabert 1955
Australia Lew Hoad 1956
Australia Ashley Cooper 1958
Australia Roy Emerson 1964
United States Jimmy Connors 1974
Sweden Mats Wilander 1988
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2006
Switzerland Roger Federer (3) 2007
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2015
2 slam wins & 1 final Year
France Henri Cochet 1928
United Kingdom Fred Perry 1935
United Kingdom Fred Perry (2) 1936
United States Bobby Riggs 1939
United States Alex Olmedo 1959
Australia Neale Fraser 1960
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
Sweden Björn Borg 1978
Sweden Björn Borg (2) 1980
United States John McEnroe 1984
Czech Republic Ivan Lendl 1986
Czech Republic Ivan Lendl (2) 1987
United States Pete Sampras 1995
United States Andre Agassi 1999
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2016
Spain Rafael Nadal 2017
Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2019
1 slam win & 2 finals Year
United States Vic Seixas 1953
Australia Ken Rosewall 1956
Australia Ashley Cooper 1957
Australia Rod Laver 1960
Australia Rod Laver (2) 1961
Australia Fred Stolle 1965
Sweden Björn Borg 1981
United States Jim Courier 1993
Switzerland Roger Federer 2008
Spain Rafael Nadal 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2013
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2016
3 slam finals (all losses) Year
Australia Jack Crawford 1934
Australia Roy Emerson 1962
Australia Fred Stolle 1964
United States Jimmy Connors 1975

Consecutive Majors[edit]

Four consecutive[edit]
Australian / French / Wimbledon / United States Year
United States Don Budge 1938
Australia Rod Laver 1962
Australia Rod Laver 1969
Three consecutive[edit]
Australian / French / Wimbledon Year
Australia Jack Crawford 1933
Australia Lew Hoad 1956
French / Wimbledon / United States Year
United States Tony Trabert 1955
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010
Two consecutive[edit]

Players who won three or four consecutive titles are not listed here.

Australian /French Year
Australia Ken Rosewall 1953
Australia Roy Emerson 1963
Australia Roy Emerson (2) 1967
Sweden Mats Wilander 1988
United States Jim Courier 1992
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2016
French/Wimbledon Year
France René Lacoste 1925
United Kingdom Fred Perry 1935
United States Budge Patty 1950
Sweden Björn Borg 1978
Sweden Björn Borg (2) 1979
Sweden Björn Borg (3) 1980
Spain Rafael Nadal 2008
Switzerland Roger Federer 2009
Wimbledon/United States Year
United Kingdom Laurence Doherty 1903
United States Bill Tilden 1920
United States Bill Tilden (2) 1921
United States Ellsworth Vines 1932
United Kingdom Fred Perry 1934
United Kingdom Fred Perry (2) 1936
United States Don Budge 1937
United States Bobby Riggs 1939
United States Jack Kramer † 1947
Australia Frank Sedgman 1952
Australia Ashley Cooper 1958
Australia Neale Fraser 1960
Australia Roy Emerson 1964
Australia John Newcombe 1967
Wimbledon/United States Year
United States Jimmy Connors 1974
United States John McEnroe 1981
United States Jimmy Connors (2) 1982
United States John McEnroe (2) 1984
Germany Boris Becker 1989
United States Pete Sampras 1993
United States Pete Sampras (2) 1995
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2005
Switzerland Roger Federer (3) 2006
Switzerland Roger Federer (4) 2007
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2015
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2018

† In 1947 the French Championships were held after Wimbledon.

Non-consecutive Majors[edit]

Three non-consecutive[edit]
Australian/French/United States Year
Sweden Mats Wilander 1988
Australian/Wimbledon/United States Year
United Kingdom Fred Perry 1934
Australia Ashley Cooper 1958
Australia Roy Emerson 1964
United States Jimmy Connors 1974
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2006
Switzerland Roger Federer (3) 2007
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2015
Two non-consecutive[edit]

Players who won three or four titles are not listed here.

Australian & Wimbledon Year
United States Dick Savitt 1951
Peru Alex Olmedo 1959
Australia Roy Emerson 1961
Australia Roy Emerson (2) 1965
United States Pete Sampras 1994
United States Pete Sampras (2) 1997
Switzerland Roger Federer 2017
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2019
Australian & United States Year
Australia John Newcombe 1973
French & United States Year
France René Lacoste 1927
France Henri Cochet 1928
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
Czech Republic Ivan Lendl 1986
Czech Republic Ivan Lendl (2) 1987
United States Andre Agassi 1999
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2017
Spain Rafael Nadal (3) 2019

Single season winning percentage %[edit]

Match winning %* W–L Year
1. Australia Rod Laver 100 26–0 1969
2. Australia Rod Laver (2) 100 25–0 1962
3. United States Don Budge 100 24–0 1938
4 United States Jimmy Connors 100 20–0 1974
5. Switzerland Roger Federer 96.43 27–1 2006
Serbia Novak Djokovic 96.43 27–1 2015
7. Australia Lew Hoad 96.30 26–1 1956
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 96.30 26–1 2007
9. Australia Jack Crawford 96.15 25–1 1933
Sweden Mats Wilander 96.15 25–1 1988
Spain Rafael Nadal 96.15 25–1 2010
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 96.15 25–1 2011
*minimum 20 wins

Non-calendar year Grand Slam achievements[edit]

Note: In a row spanning more than one year

6 consecutive majors

Wimbledon / United States / Australian / French / Wimbledon / United States Year
United States Don Budge 1937–38

4 consecutive majors

Wimbledon / United States / Wimbledon / United States Year
United States Bill Tilden † 1920–21
Wimbledon / United States / Australian / French Year
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16

3 consecutive majors

Wimbledon / United States / Wimbledon Year
United Kingdom Laurence Doherty † 1903–04
Wimbledon / United States / Australian Year
Australia Roy Emerson 1964–65
United States Pete Sampras 1993–94
Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2006–07
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–12
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2018–19

† Only from 1925 onwards each year had four Grand Slam tournaments.

Grand Slam season streaks[edit]

3 titles per season Years #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–2007 2
2+ titles per season Years #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–2007 4
2. United Kingdom Fred Perry 1934–1936 3
Australia Roy Emerson 1963–1965
Sweden Björn Borg 1978–1980
United States Pete Sampras 1993–1995
6. United States Bill Tilden 1920–1921 2
United States Don Budge 1937–1938
United States John McEnroe 1980–1981
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–2016
1+ title per season Years #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–2014 10
2. Sweden Björn Borg 1974–1981 8
United States Pete Sampras 1993–2000
Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–2010
5. United States Richard Sears 1881–1887 7
6. United Kingdom William Renshaw 1881–1886 6
United States Bill Tilden 1920–1925
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–2016
1+ final per season Years #
1. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981–1991 11
United States Pete Sampras 1992–2002
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–2012 10
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–2014

Pro Slam (Majors)[edit]

Overall totals for early Professional Majors (French Pro, Wembley Pro & US Pro).

Pro Slam totals[edit]

Titles #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall[40] 15
2. United States Pancho Gonzales 12
3. Australia Rod Laver 8
4. United States Bill Tilden 4
Czechoslovakia Karel Koželuh
United States Vinny Richards
Germany Hans Nüsslein
United States Ellsworth Vines
United States Don Budge
10. United States Bobby Riggs 3
United States Pancho Segura
Finals #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 19
2. United States Pancho Gonzales 18
3. Australia Rod Laver 14
4. United States Pancho Segura 11
5. Czechoslovakia Karel Koželuh 8
Germany Hans Nüsslein
United States Don Budge
8. United States Bill Tilden 7
Australia Lew Hoad
10. United StatesVinny Richards 6
United States Bobby Riggs
Australia Frank Sedgman
Semifinals #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 27
2. United States Pancho Gonzales 25
3. United States Pancho Segura 22
4. United States Bill Tilden 16
5. United States Don Budge 15
6. Australia Rod Laver 14
7. Australia Frank Sedgman 12
8. United States Tony Trabert 11
9. Czechoslovakia Karel Koželuh 10
United States Bobby Riggs
United States Frank Kovacs
Australia Lew Hoad
Spain Andrés Gimeno
Quarterfinals #
1. United States Pancho Segura 34
2. Australia Ken Rosewall 27
3. United States Pancho Gonzales 26
4. Australia Lew Hoad 19
Spain Andrés Gimeno
6. United States Bill Tilden 18
United States Bobby Riggs
8. United States Tony Trabert 17
United States Butch Buchholz
10. United States Don Budge 16
Australia Frank Sedgman
Appearances #
1. United States Pancho Segura 35
2. Australia Ken Rosewall 27
3. United States Pancho Gonzales 26
4. Australia Lew Hoad 23
5. United States Bobby Riggs 20
Spain Andrés Gimeno
United States Butch Buchholz
8. United States Bill Tilden 19
United States Tony Trabert
10. Australia Frank Sedgman 18
Australia Mal Anderson
United Kingdom Mike Davies

Pro Slam tournaments streaks[edit]

Titles #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 5
2. United States Don Budge 3
United States Pancho Gonzales
Australia Rod Laver
Australia Rod Laver (2)
Finals #
1. United States Pancho Gonzales 13
2. Australia Rod Laver 12
3. United States Bobby Riggs 5
Australia Ken Rosewall
5. Australia Ken Rosewall (2) 4
Semifinals #
1. United States Pancho Gonzales 18
2. Australia Ken Rosewall 17
3. Australia Rod Laver 12
4. United States Bobby Riggs 8
5. United States Bill Tilden 5
United States Don Budge
United States Don Budge (2)
Quarterfinals #
1. United States Pancho Gonzales 18
2. Australia Ken Rosewall 17
3. United States Butch Buchholz 15
Australia Rod Laver
5. Ecuador United States Pancho Segura 12
6. United States Bobby Riggs 9

Pro Slam matches[edit]

Match wins #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 71
2. United States Pancho Gonzales 61
3. Ecuador United States Pancho Segura 56
4. Australia Rod Laver 38
5. United States Don Budge 37
6. United States Bill Tilden 36
Match winning % * W–L
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 85.54 71–12
2. Australia Rod Laver 84.44 38–7
3. United States Pancho Gonzales 81.33 61–14
4. United States Don Budge 74.00 37–13
* minimum 25 wins

Career records per Pro Slam event[edit]

Titles per Pro Slam event[edit]

US Pro #
1. United States Pancho Gonzales 8
2. United States Vinny Richards 4
3. Czechoslovakia Karel Koželuh 3
United States Bobby Riggs
United States Pancho Segura
Australia Rod Laver
French Pro #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 8
2. United States Bill Tilden 2
Germany Hans Nüsslein
United States Tony Trabert
Wembley Pro #
1. United States Pancho Gonzales 4
Australia Ken Rosewall
Australia Rod Laver
4. Australia Frank Sedgman 2
United States Ellsworth Vines

Finals per Pro Slam event[edit]

US Pro #
1. United States Pancho Gonzales 11
2. United States Pancho Segura 7
Czechoslovakia Karel Koželuh
4. United States Vinny Richards 6
United States Don Budge
French Pro #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 8
2. Australia Rod Laver 5
3. United States Bill Tilden 3
France Robert Ramillon
France Martin Plaa
Germany Hans Nüsslein
United States Pancho Gonzales
Wembley Pro #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 7
2. United States Pancho Gonzales 5
3. United States Pancho Segura 4
Australia Rod Laver

Match winning per Pro Slam event[edit]

US Pro % * W–L
1. Australia Rod Laver 87.50 14–2
2. United States Pancho Gonzales 86.49 32–5
3. United Kingdom Fred Perry 77.27 19–7
4. United States Don Budge 72.73 24–9
5. United States Bobby Riggs 72.50 29–11
6. United States Bill Tilden 72.00 18–7
* minimum 10 wins
French Pro % * W–L
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 93.75 30–2
2. Australia Rod Laver 75.00 12–4
3. United States Bill Tilden 71.43 10–4
* minimum 10 wins
Wembley Pro % * W–L
1. Australia Rod Laver 92.31 12–1
2. Australia Ken Rosewall 82.86 29–6
3. United States Pancho Gonzales 81.48 22–5
4. United States Don Budge 71.43 10–4
* minimum 10 wins

Calendar year Pro Slam achievements[edit]

Three Majors[edit]

The Pro Grand Slam * Year
Australia Ken Rosewall 1963
Australia Rod Laver 1967[41]
* Won all 3 Pro Grand Slam titles
2 Slam wins & 1 final Year
United States Pancho Gonzales 1956
Australia Rod Laver 1964
Australia Rod Laver 1966
1 Slam win & 2 finals Year
Australia Rod Laver 1965
Australia Ken Rosewall 1966

Overall Majors[edit]

Overall Major tournaments consist of the combined total of Grand Slam, Pro Slam and early ILTF Major (WHCC, WCCC & WGCC) titles.

Overall career totals[edit]

Active players in boldface

Titles #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall[42] 23
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 20
3. Australia Rod Laver[43] 19
Spain Rafael Nadal
5. Serbia Novak Djokovic 16
6. United States Bill Tilden 15
7. United States Pancho Gonzales 14
United States Pete Sampras
9. Australia Roy Emerson 12
10. France Henri Cochet 11
Sweden Björn Borg
Finals #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 35
2. Australia Rod Laver 31
Switzerland Roger Federer
4. Spain Rafael Nadal 27
5. Serbia Novak Djokovic 25
6. United States Bill Tilden 23
7. United States Pancho Gonzales 20
8. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 19
9. United States Pete Sampras 18
10. France Henri Cochet 16
Sweden Björn Borg
Semifinals #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 52
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 45
3. United States Bill Tilden 37
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic 36
5. Spain Rafael Nadal 33
6. Australia Rod Laver 32
7. United States Jimmy Connors 31
8. United States Pancho Gonzales 29
9. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 28
10. United States Pancho Segura 26
United States Andre Agassi
Quarterfinals #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 57
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 56
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 45
4. United States Jimmy Connors 41
5. United States Bill Tilden 40
United States Pancho Segura
Spain Rafael Nadal
8. Australia Roy Emerson 37
9. United States Andre Agassi 36
10. Australia Rod Laver 35
Appearances #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 78
2. Spain Feliciano López 72
3. France Fabrice Santoro 70
4. Australia Ken Rosewall 69
Russia Mikhail Youzhny
6. Australia Lleyton Hewitt 66
Spain Fernando Verdasco
8. Spain David Ferrer 63
9. United States Andre Agassi 61
Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber
Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych

Overall Major matches[edit]

Match wins #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 356
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 280
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 271
4. Australia Ken Rosewall 246
5. United States Jimmy Connors 233
6. United States Andre Agassi 224
7. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 222
8. Australia Roy Emerson 209
9. United States Pete Sampras 203
10. United Kingdom Andy Murray 189
Match winning % * W–L
1. Sweden Björn Borg 89.81 141–16
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 87.70 271–38
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 86.69 280–43
4. Switzerland Roger Federer 86.20 356–57
5. France Henri Cochet 84.96 113–20
6. United Kingdom Fred Perry 84.51 120–22
7. Australia Ken Rosewall 84.25 246–46
8. United States Pete Sampras 84.23 203–38
9. United States Don Budge 84.07 95–18
10. United States Bill Tilden 83.33 150–30
Australia Rod Laver 180–36
* minimum 95 wins
  • Note: The draw of Pro majors was significantly smaller than the traditional Grand Slam tournaments; usually they only had 16 or even fewer professional players. Though they were the top 16 ranked players in the world at the time, this meant only four (or even fewer) rounds of play instead of the modern six or seven rounds.

All tournaments[edit]

Career totals[edit]

Player Titles
1. Australia Rod Laver 200[44][45]
2. Czech Republic Jaroslav Drobný 147[45]
3. United Kingdom Josiah Ritchie 139[45]
4. United States Bill Tilden 138[46]
5. Australia Ken Rosewall 133[44]
6. New Zealand Anthony Wilding 118[45]
7. United States Pancho Gonzales 113[45]
8. Australia Roy Emerson 110[45]
9. United States Jimmy Connors 109[45]
10. Switzerland Roger Federer 102[45]
Player Finals
1. Australia Rod Laver 282[47]
2. Australia Ken Rosewall 247[47]
3. United Kingdom Josiah Ritchie 230[47]
4. Czech Republic Jaroslav Drobný 203[47]
5. United States Bill Tilden 192[46]
6. United Kingdom Edward Roy Allen 174[47]
7. Australia Roy Emerson 173[47]
8. United States Jimmy Connors 164[47]
9. United States Pancho Gonzales 159[47]
10. Switzerland Roger Federer 156[47]

Career tournament streaks[edit]

Player Years Titles
1. New ZealandAnthony Wilding 1914–1915 19[48]
United States Bill Tilden 1924–1925
3. Australia Jack Crawford 1934–1935 15
4. United States Don Budge 1937–1938 14[49]
5. United States Budge Patty 1954–1955 12
6. United Kingdom Gordon Lowe 1914–1920 10
United States Tony Trabert 1955
Sweden Björn Borg 1979–1980
9. Republic of Ireland James Cecil Parke 1913 9
France Henri Cochet 1925–1926
United States Bobby Riggs 1938
Hungary József Asbóth 1940–1946
United States Bill Talbert 1945
Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Drobný 1952
Player Years Finals
1. United States Bill Tilden 1922–1926 52[48]
2. New Zealand Anthony Wilding 1908–1910 28
3. Australia John Bromwich 1940–1947 26
4. United Kingdom Fred Perry 1936–1941 25
Australia Frank Sedgman 1951–1953
6. United Kingdom Herbert Roper-Barrett 1904–1908 22
7. United States Don Budge 1936–1938 20
Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Drobný 1951–1952
9. Australia Jack Crawford 1930–1932 19
United States Budge Patty 1954–1955
Australia Roy Emerson 1961–1962

Career matches[edit]

Played #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 2282[50]
2. Ecuador Pancho Segura 1936[50]
3. Australia Rod Laver 1880[50]
4. United States Pancho Gonzales 1811[50]
5. United States Bill Tilden 1797[50]
6. Australia Roy Emerson 1705[50]
7. United Kingdom Josiah Ritchie 1645[50]
8. United States Jimmy Connors 1556[50]
9. Switzerland Roger Federer 1493[51]
10. United States Arthur Ashe 1422[50]
Match wins #
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 1655[52]
2. Australia Rod Laver 1473[52]
3. United States Bill Tilden 1425[52]
4. Australia Roy Emerson 1325[52]
5. United Kingdom Josiah Ritchie 1274[52]
United States Jimmy Connors 1274
7. United States Pancho Gonzales 1250[52]
8. Switzerland Roger Federer 1227[51]
9. Ecuador Pancho Segura 1203[52]
10. United States Arthur Ashe 1085[52]
Match winning % * W–L
1. New Zealand Anthony Wilding 91.77 636–57[53]
2. United Kingdom Laurence Doherty 88.52 293–38[53]
3. United States Bill Johnston 87.28 350–51[53]
4. France René Lacoste 85.90 262–43[53]
5. United Kingdom Herbert Roper Barrett 85.13 332–58[53]
6. United Kingdom Sydney Howard Smith 85.03 318–56[53]
7. Canada Henry Mayes 84.77 412–74[53]
8. Australia John Bromwich 84.21 480–90[53]
9. South Africa Eric Sturgess 84.15 292–55[53]
10. France Jean Borotra 83.74 654–127[53]
* minimum 250 matches

Career match streaks[edit]

# Player year/s # ref
1. United States Bill Tilden 1924–25[a] 98 [54][55]
2. United States Don Budge 1937–38 92 [56][55]
3. New Zealand Anthony Wilding 1913–14 [b] 80 [55]
4. United Kingdom Laurence Doherty 1902–04 [c] 70 [55]
5. United States Bill Tilden (2) 1930 [d] 65 [55]
6. United States Bill Tilden (3) 1920–21 [e] 61 [55]
United States Bill Tilden (4) 1925–26 [f] [55]
8. Australia Roy Emerson 1964 [g] 55 [57][55]
9. United States Bobby Riggs 1938 [h] 49 [55]
Sweden Björn Borg 1978 [i] [55]
Finals won Years #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–2005 24
2. Australia Rod Laver 1969–1970 19
3. Sweden Björn Borg 1979–1980 15
4. United States Don Budge[58] 1937–1938 14
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–2006
6. Australia Rod Laver (2) 1973–1975 12
United States John McEnroe 1980–1981
United States John McEnroe (2) 1984–1985

Career records per court type[edit]

Note: Wood has not been used since 1970 and Carpet has not been used since 2009.

Titles per court type[edit]

Hard #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 70
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 55
3. United States Andre Agassi 49
United States Jimmy Connors
5. United States Pete Sampras 41
6. United Kingdom Andy Murray 33
7. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 30
8. Australia Rod Laver 28
9. Sweden Stefan Edberg 23
10. United States John McEnroe 22
Clay #
1. Czech Republic Jaroslav Drobný[59] 92
2. United States Bill Tilden 76[60]
3. New Zealand Anthony Wilding[61][62] 75
4. France Henri Cochet 65[60]
5. United Kingdom Josiah Ritchie 62[60]
6. United States Budge Patty 60[60]
7. Spain Rafael Nadal 59[60]
8. Spain Manuel Santana 56[60]
9. Australia Roy Emerson 54[60]
10. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 49[60]
United States Frank Parker
Grass #
1. United Kingdom Roy Edward Allen 82[63]
2. United Kingdom Josiah Ritchie 56[63]
3. United Kingdom Sydney H. Smith 52[63]
4. United Kingdom Herbert R. Barrett 51[63]
5. United States Bill Tilden 49[63]
6. United States William Larned 44[63]
Australia Jack Crawford
Australia Rod Laver
9. Australia Roy Emerson 41[63]
10. Australia John Bromwich 40[63]
Carpet #
1. United States John McEnroe 43
2. United States Jimmy Connors 39
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 34
4. Germany Boris Becker 22
Australia Rod Laver
Sweden Björn Borg
7. United States Arthur Ashe 18
8. United States Pete Sampras 13
Croatia Goran Ivanišević
10. United States Stan Smith 12
Wood #
1. France Jean Borotra[64][65] 23
2. Australia Ken Rosewall 20
3. Australia Rod Laver 18
4. United States Bill Tilden 15
5. United Kingdom George Caridia[66] 9
6. United Kingdom Laurence Doherty 8
7. United Kingdom Ernest Lewis 7
Australia Anthony Wilding
9. France André Gobert 5
10. Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Drobný 4
United Kingdom Robert Wilson
Outdoor #
1. New Zealand Anthony Wilding 114[67]
Australia Rod Laver
3. Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Drobny 107
4. Australia Ken Rosewall 98
5. Spain Rafael Nadal 82
6. Switzerland Roger Federer 77
7. United States Bill Tilden 67
8. Serbia Novak Djokovic 63
9. United States Jimmy Connors 56
10. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 55
Indoor #
1. Australia Rod Laver 55[68]
2. United States Jimmy Connors 53
3. United States John McEnroe 52
4. United States Pancho Gonzales 48
5. France Jean Borotra 47
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 42
Australia Ken Rosewall
8. United States Arthur Ashe 33
9. Germany Boris Becker 30
10. United States Stan Smith 29

Consecutive titles per court type[edit]

Hard Years #
1. United States Pancho Gonzales 1955–57[69] 12
United States Budge Patty 1954–56
3. France André Gobert 1919–21 9
France Jean Borotra 1929–30
United Kingdom Fred Perry 1931–34
United States Ellsworth Vines 1934–38
United States Don Budge 1935–37
United States John McEnroe 1983–84
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985–86
Clay Years #
1. New Zealand Anthony Wilding[70] 1912–14 22
2. United States Bill Tilden 1922–25 21
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–07 13
4. Hungary Jozsef Asboth 1940–46 10
Sweden Björn Borg 1979–81
6. United States Maurice McLoughlin 1907–12 9
7. United Kingdom Josiah Ritchie 1906–07 8
Japan Ichiya Kumagae 1919–20
Nazi Germany Gottfried von Cramm 1935–36
Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Drobný 1952
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
Grass Years #
1. Australia Jack Crawford[71] 1930–32 13
2. Australia Ken Rosewall 1967–69 10
Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–08
4. New Zealand Anthony Wilding 1908–09 9
United States Don Budge 1921–22
6. South Africa Brian Norton 1921–22 8
Republic of Ireland James Parke 1913
Australia Ken Rosewall 1961–63
9. Australia Augustus Kearney 1899–1901 7
United Kingdom Gordon Lowe 1914–21
Australia Gerald Patterson 1921–22

Consecutive finals per court type[edit]

Hard Years #
1. United States Pancho Gonzales 1951–57 29[72]
2. United Kingdom Fred Perry 1930–41 22
3. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981–83 20
4. United States Bill Tilden 1918–26 17
5. Czech Republic Jaroslav Drobný 1950–55 15
United States Budge Patty 1954–57
7. Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06 14
Australia Rod Laver 1964–65
9. France Jean Borotra 1927–30 13
United States Jimmy Connors 1975–76
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16
Clay Years #
1. United States Bill Tilden 1922–29 43[73]
2. New Zealand Anthony Wilding 1907–12 34
3. United States Bill Talbert 1942–46 23
4. United States Pancho Segura 1940–46 21
5. Japan Ichiya Kumagae 1916–21 19
6. Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–08 18
7. France Henri Cochet 1925–27 17
8. United Kingdom Josiah Ritchie 1903–05 16
United States Frank Parker 1940–46
Grass Years #
1. United States Bill Tilden 1930–32 23[74]
2. United Kingdom Herbert Roper Barrett 1904–08 19
New Zealand John Bromwich 1940–47
4. Australia Frank Sedgman 1951–54 16
5. Australia Jack Crawford 1930–32 15
6. New Zealand Anthony Wilding 1908–10 14
United Kingdom Edward Roy Allen 1907–08
8. Australia Fred Stolle 1963–64 13
Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–10
10. Republic of Ireland Joshua Pim 1890–91 12
United States Malcolm Whitman 1899–1902

Career match wins per court type[edit]

Hard #
1. United States Pancho Gonzales 813[75]
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 767[75]
3. Australia Ken Rosewall 743[75]
4. Ecuador Pancho Segura 706[75]
5. Australia Rod Laver 675[75]
6. United States Andre Agassi 668[75]
7. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 662[75]
8. Serbia Novak Djokovic 558[75]
9. United States Jimmy Connors 525
10. United States John McEnroe 508[75]
Clay #
1. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 679[76]
2. Czech Republic Jaroslav Drobný 660[76]
3. United States Bill Tilden 583[76]
4. Spain Manuel Orantes 569[76]
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