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List of Grand Slam men's singles champions

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This article details the list of men's singles Grand Slam tournaments tennis champions. Some major changes have taken place in history and have affected the number of titles that have been won by various players. These have included the opening of the French national championships to international players in 1925, the elimination of the challenge round in 1922, and the admission of professional players in 1968 (the start of the Open era).[1][2]

All of these tournaments have been listed based on the modern definition of a tennis major, rather than when they were officially recognized by the ILTF. The Grand Slam tournaments are the annual four major tennis events played in the Open era, which began in 1968, superseding the Amateur Era. The Australian and U.S. tournaments were officially recognized by the ILTF in 1924, and the French Championships followed a year later in 1925 when it became open to all international players. The United States Lawn Tennis Association (USLTA) had several grievances with the ILTF and refused to join when it was formed in 1913.[3][4][5][6]

From 1913 to 1923 there were three official championships recognized by the ILTF:

During that same time period the USLTA recognized the U.S. National Championships


Bill Tilden won 10 Major titles in the 1920s, including an all-time record seven US Open titles.
Don Budge is the only male player in tennis history to have won six consecutive Grand Slam singles titles, from Wimbledon 1937 to U.S. Championships 1938.
Ken Rosewall holds a record 15 Pro Slam titles, and a record 23 overall Major titles, counting both Amateur and Pro circuits.
Roy Emerson was the first male player in history to win each Major title twice, and the only male player to have won a career Grand Slam in both singles and doubles.
Rod Laver is the only man in history to win all four Majors in the same calendar year "The Grand Slam" twice (1962 and 1969).
Pete Sampras won 14 Major titles, 7 of them at Wimbledon. Both were records at the time of his retirement in 2002.
Andre Agassi was the first male player to complete the Career Grand Slam on three different surfaces, and the first male player in history to win the Career Golden Slam (winning the four Majors and the Olympic gold medal in singles).
Roger Federer, has won a shared-record 20 Major singles titles, including an all-time record eight Wimbledon titles.
Rafael Nadal has won a shared-record 20 Major singles titles, including 13 French Open titles at Roland Garros, making him the only male player with double digit titles at one particular Major event.
Novak Djokovic is the only player to hold all four Major titles on three different surfaces simultaneously and the first player in the Open Era to complete the double career Grand Slam. He has won a shared-record 20 Major singles titles and holds the all-time record of 9 Australian Open titles.

Champions by year

Legend
italic Open only to specific club members of the host country[a]
(not counted toward Grand Slam totals)
Player won all 4 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year
¾ Player won 3 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year
½ Player won 2 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year
§ Tournament change of surface
Challenge Round format: Wimbledon 1878–1921, US 1884–1911
Flag icon key: List of National Flags
Tournament surface
AU Hard (1988–Present)
Grass (1905–1987)
FR Clay
WB Grass
US Hard (1978–Present)
Clay (1975–1977)
Grass (1881–1974)
Year Australian Open[7] French Open[8] Wimbledon[9] US Open[10]
1877 started in 1905 started in 1891 United Kingdom Spencer Gore (1/1) started in 1881
1878 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom Frank Hadow (1/1) tournament not created
1879 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom John Hartley (1/2) tournament not created
1880 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom John Hartley (2/2) tournament not created
1881 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom William Renshaw (1/7) United States Richard Sears (1/7)
1882 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom William Renshaw (2/7) United States Richard Sears (2/7)
1883 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom William Renshaw (3/7) United States Richard Sears (3/7)
1884 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom William Renshaw (4/7) United States Richard Sears (4/7)
1885 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom William Renshaw (5/7) United States Richard Sears (5/7)
1886 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom William Renshaw (6/7) United States Richard Sears (6/7)
1887 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom Herbert Lawford (1/1) United States Richard Sears (7/7)
1888 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom Ernest Renshaw (1/1) United States Henry Slocum (1/2)
1889 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom William Renshaw (7/7) United States Henry Slocum (2/2)
1890 tournament not created tournament not created United Kingdom Willoughby Hamilton (1/1) United States Oliver Campbell (1/3)
1891 tournament not created United Kingdom H. Briggs [a] United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley (1/3) United States Oliver Campbell (2/3)
1892 tournament not created France Jean Schopfer United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley (2/3) United States Oliver Campbell (3/3)
1893 tournament not created France Laurent Riboulet United Kingdom Joshua Pim (1/2) United States Robert Wrenn (1/4)
1894 tournament not created France André Vacherot United Kingdom Joshua Pim (2/2) United States Robert Wrenn (2/4)
1895 tournament not created France André Vacherot United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley (3/3) United States Fred Hovey (1/1)
1896 tournament not created France André Vacherot United Kingdom Harold Mahony (1/1) United States Robert Wrenn (3/4)
1897 tournament not created France Paul Aymé United Kingdom Reginald Doherty (1/4) United States Robert Wrenn (4/4)
1898 tournament not created France Paul Aymé United Kingdom Reginald Doherty (2/4) United States Malcolm Whitman (1/3)
1899 tournament not created France Paul Aymé United Kingdom Reginald Doherty (3/4) United States Malcolm Whitman (2/3)
1900 tournament not created France Paul Aymé United Kingdom Reginald Doherty (4/4) United States Malcolm Whitman (3/3)
1901 tournament not created France André Vacherot United Kingdom Arthur Gore (1/3) United States William Larned (1/7)
1902 tournament not created France Michel Vacherot United Kingdom Laurence Doherty (1/6) United States William Larned (2/7)
1903 tournament not created France Max Decugis United Kingdom Laurence Doherty (2/6) United Kingdom Laurence Doherty (3/6)
1904 tournament not created France Max Decugis United Kingdom Laurence Doherty (4/6) United States Holcombe Ward (1/1)
1905 Australia Rodney Heath (1/2) France Maurice Germot United Kingdom Laurence Doherty (5/6) United States Beals Wright (1/1)
1906 New Zealand Anthony Wilding (1/6) France Maurice Germot United Kingdom Laurence Doherty (6/6) United States William Clothier (1/1)
1907 Australia Horace Rice (1/1) France Max Decugis Australia Norman Brookes (1/3) United States William Larned (3/7)
1908 United States Fred Alexander (1/1) France Max Decugis § United Kingdom Arthur Gore (2/3) United States William Larned (4/7)
1909 New Zealand Anthony Wilding (2/6) France Max Decugis United Kingdom Arthur Gore (3/3) United States William Larned (5/7)
1910 Australia Rodney Heath (2/2) France Maurice Germot New Zealand Anthony Wilding (3/6) United States William Larned (6/7)
1911 Australia Norman Brookes (2/3) France André Gobert New Zealand Anthony Wilding (4/6) United States William Larned (7/7)
1912 United Kingdom James Cecil Parke (1/1) France Max Decugis New Zealand Anthony Wilding (5/6) United States Maurice McLoughlin (1/2)
1913 Australia Ernie Parker (1/1) France Max Decugis New Zealand Anthony Wilding (6/6) United States Maurice McLoughlin (2/2)
1914 Australia Arthur O'Hara Wood (1/1) France Max Decugis Australia Norman Brookes (3/3) United States Richard Williams (1/2)
1915 United Kingdom Francis Lowe (1/1) World War I World War I United States William Johnston (1/3)
1916 World War I United States Richard Williams (2/2)
1917 United States Robert Lindley Murray (1/2)
1918 United States Robert Lindley Murray (2/2)
1919 United Kingdom Algernon Kingscote (1/1) [b] Australia Gerald Patterson (1/3) United States William Johnston (2/3)
1920 Australia Pat O'Hara Wood (1/2) France André Gobert United States Bill Tilden (1/10) United States Bill Tilden (2/10)
1921 Australia Rhys Gemmell (1/1) France Jean Samazeuilh United States Bill Tilden (3/10) United States Bill Tilden (4/10)
1922 Australia James Anderson (1/3) France Henri Cochet Australia Gerald Patterson (2/3) United States Bill Tilden (5/10)
1923 Australia Pat O'Hara Wood (2/2) [c] France François Blanchy United States William Johnston (3/3) United States Bill Tilden (6/10)
1924 Australia James Anderson (2/3) France Jean Borotra France Jean Borotra (1/4) United States Bill Tilden (7/10)
1925 Australia James Anderson (3/3) France René Lacoste (1/7) [d][a] France René Lacoste (2/7) United States Bill Tilden (8/10)
1926 Australia John Hawkes (1/1) France Henri Cochet (1/7) France Jean Borotra (2/4) France René Lacoste (3/7)
1927 Australia Gerald Patterson (3/3) [e] France René Lacoste (4/7) France Henri Cochet (2/7) France René Lacoste (5/7)
1928 France Jean Borotra (3/4) France Henri Cochet (3/7) France René Lacoste (6/7) France Henri Cochet (4/7)
1929 United Kingdom John Gregory (1/1) France René Lacoste (7/7) France Henri Cochet (5/7) United States Bill Tilden (9/10)
1930 Australia Edgar Moon (1/1) France Henri Cochet (6/7) United States Bill Tilden (10/10) United States John Doeg (1/1)
1931 Australia Jack Crawford (1/6) France Jean Borotra (4/4) United States Sidney Wood (1/1) United States Ellsworth Vines (1/3)
1932 Australia Jack Crawford (2/6) France Henri Cochet (7/7) United States Ellsworth Vines (2/3) United States Ellsworth Vines (3/3)
1933 Australia Jack Crawford (3/6) Australia Jack Crawford (4/6) Australia Jack Crawford (5/6) United Kingdom Fred Perry (1/8)
1934 United Kingdom Fred Perry (2/8) Germany Gottfried von Cramm (1/2) United Kingdom Fred Perry (3/8) United Kingdom Fred Perry (4/8)
1935 Australia Jack Crawford (6/6) United Kingdom Fred Perry (5/8) United Kingdom Fred Perry (6/8) United States Wilmer Allison (1/1)
1936 Australia Adrian Quist (1/3) Germany Gottfried von Cramm (2/2) United Kingdom Fred Perry (7/8) United Kingdom Fred Perry (8/8)
1937 Australia Vivian McGrath (1/1) Germany Henner Henkel (1/1) United States Don Budge (1/6) United States Don Budge (2/6)
1938 United States Don Budge (3/6) United States Don Budge (4/6) United States Don Budge (5/6) United States Don Budge (6/6)
1939 Australia John Bromwich (1/2) United States Don McNeill (1/2) United States Bobby Riggs (1/3) United States Bobby Riggs (2/3)
1940 Australia Adrian Quist (2/3) Tournament canceled World War II United States Don McNeill (2/2)
1941 World War II Bernard Destremau (unrecognized) United States Bobby Riggs (3/3)
1942 Held under German occupation [f] United States Ted Schroeder (1/2)
1943 United States Joseph Hunt (1/1)
1944 United States Frank Parker (1/4)
1945 Yvon Petra (unrecognized) United States Frank Parker (2/4)
1946 Australia John Bromwich (2/2) France Marcel Bernard (1/1) [g] France Yvon Petra (1/1) United States Jack Kramer (1/3)
1947 Australia Dinny Pails (1/1) Hungary József Asbóth (1/1) [g] United States Jack Kramer (2/3) United States Jack Kramer (3/3)
1948 Australia Adrian Quist (3/3) United States Frank Parker (3/4) United States Bob Falkenburg (1/1) United States Pancho Gonzales (1/2)
1949 Australia Frank Sedgman (1/5) United States Frank Parker (4/4) United States Ted Schroeder (2/2) United States Pancho Gonzales (2/2)
1950 Australia Frank Sedgman (2/5) United States Budge Patty (1/2) United States Budge Patty (2/2) United States Arthur Larsen (1/1)
1951 United States Richard Savitt (1/2) Egypt Jaroslav Drobný (1/3) United States Richard Savitt (2/2) Australia Frank Sedgman (3/5)
1952 Australia Ken McGregor (1/1) Egypt Jaroslav Drobný (2/3) Australia Frank Sedgman (4/5) Australia Frank Sedgman (5/5)
1953 Australia Ken Rosewall (1/8) Australia Ken Rosewall (2/8) United States Vic Seixas (1/2) United States Tony Trabert (1/5)
1954 Australia Mervyn Rose (1/2) United States Tony Trabert (2/5) Egypt Jaroslav Drobný (3/3) United States Vic Seixas (2/2)
1955 Australia Ken Rosewall (3/8) United States Tony Trabert (3/5) United States Tony Trabert (4/5) United States Tony Trabert (5/5)
1956 Australia Lew Hoad (1/4) Australia Lew Hoad (2/4) Australia Lew Hoad (3/4) Australia Ken Rosewall (4/8)
1957 Australia Ashley Cooper (1/4) Sweden Sven Davidson (1/1) Australia Lew Hoad (4/4) Australia Malcolm Anderson (1/1)
1958 Australia Ashley Cooper (2/4) Australia Mervyn Rose (2/2) Australia Ashley Cooper (3/4) Australia Ashley Cooper (4/4)
1959 United States Alex Olmedo (1/2) Italy Nicola Pietrangeli (1/2) United States Alex Olmedo (2/2) Australia Neale Fraser (1/3)
1960 Australia Rod Laver (1/11) Italy Nicola Pietrangeli (2/2) Australia Neale Fraser (2/3) Australia Neale Fraser (3/3)
1961 Australia Roy Emerson (1/12) Spain Manuel Santana (1/4) Australia Rod Laver (2/11) Australia Roy Emerson (2/12)
1962 Australia Rod Laver (3/11) Australia Rod Laver (4/11) Australia Rod Laver (5/11) Australia Rod Laver (6/11)
1963 Australia Roy Emerson (3/12) Australia Roy Emerson (4/12) United States Chuck McKinley (1/1) Mexico Rafael Osuna (1/1)
1964 Australia Roy Emerson (5/12) Spain Manuel Santana (2/4) Australia Roy Emerson (6/12) Australia Roy Emerson (7/12)
1965 Australia Roy Emerson (8/12) Australia Fred Stolle (1/2) Australia Roy Emerson (9/12) Spain Manuel Santana (3/4)
1966 Australia Roy Emerson (10/12) Australia Tony Roche (1/1) Spain Manuel Santana (4/4) Australia Fred Stolle (2/2)
1967 Australia Roy Emerson (11/12) Australia Roy Emerson (12/12) Australia John Newcombe (1/7) Australia John Newcombe (2/7)
1968 Australia Bill Bowrey (1/1) ↓ Open Era ↓
↓ Open Era ↓ Australia Ken Rosewall (5/8) Australia Rod Laver (7/11) United States Arthur Ashe (1/3)
1969 Australia Rod Laver (8/11) Australia Rod Laver (9/11) Australia Rod Laver (10/11) Australia Rod Laver (11/11)
1970 United States Arthur Ashe (2/3) Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš (1/3) Australia John Newcombe (3/7) Australia Ken Rosewall (6/8)
1971 Australia Ken Rosewall (7/8) Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš (2/3) Australia John Newcombe (4/7) United States Stan Smith (1/2)
1972 Australia Ken Rosewall (8/8) Spain Andrés Gimeno (1/1) United States Stan Smith (2/2) Romania Ilie Năstase (1/2)
1973 Australia John Newcombe (5/7) Romania Ilie Năstase (2/2) Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš (3/3) Australia John Newcombe (6/7)
1974 United States Jimmy Connors (1/8) Sweden Björn Borg (1/11) United States Jimmy Connors (2/8) United States Jimmy Connors (3/8)
1975 Australia John Newcombe (7/7) Sweden Björn Borg (2/11) United States Arthur Ashe (3/3) Spain Manuel Orantes (1/1) §
1976 Australia Mark Edmondson (1/1) Italy Adriano Panatta (1/1) Sweden Björn Borg (3/11) United States Jimmy Connors (4/8)
1977 United States Roscoe Tanner (1/1) (Jan) Argentina Guillermo Vilas (1/4) Sweden Björn Borg (4/11) Argentina Guillermo Vilas (2/4)
United States Vitas Gerulaitis (1/1) (Dec) [h]
1978 Argentina Guillermo Vilas (3/4) (Dec) Sweden Björn Borg (5/11) Sweden Björn Borg (6/11) United States Jimmy Connors (5/8) §
1979 Argentina Guillermo Vilas (4/4) (Dec) Sweden Björn Borg (7/11) Sweden Björn Borg (8/11) United States John McEnroe (1/7)
1980 United States Brian Teacher (1/1) (Dec) Sweden Björn Borg (9/11) Sweden Björn Borg (10/11) United States John McEnroe (2/7)
1981 South Africa Johan Kriek (1/2) (Dec) Sweden Björn Borg (11/11) United States John McEnroe (3/7) United States John McEnroe (4/7)
1982 United States Johan Kriek (2/2) (Dec) Sweden Mats Wilander (1/7) United States Jimmy Connors (6/8) United States Jimmy Connors (7/8)
1983 Sweden Mats Wilander (2/7) (Dec) France Yannick Noah (1/1) United States John McEnroe (5/7) United States Jimmy Connors (8/8)
1984 Sweden Mats Wilander (3/7) (Dec) Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (1/8) United States John McEnroe (6/7) United States John McEnroe (7/7)
1985 Sweden Stefan Edberg (1/6) (Dec) Sweden Mats Wilander (4/7) West Germany Boris Becker (1/6) Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (2/8)
1986 Tournament date changed Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (3/8) West Germany Boris Becker (2/6) Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (4/8)
1987 Sweden Stefan Edberg (2/6) Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (5/8) Australia Pat Cash (1/1) Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (6/8)
1988 Sweden Mats Wilander (5/7) § Sweden Mats Wilander (6/7) Sweden Stefan Edberg (3/6) Sweden Mats Wilander (7/7)
1989 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (7/8) United States Michael Chang (1/1) West Germany Boris Becker (3/6) West Germany Boris Becker (4/6)
1990 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (8/8) Ecuador Andrés Gómez (1/1) Sweden Stefan Edberg (4/6) United States Pete Sampras (1/14)
1991 Germany Boris Becker (5/6) United States Jim Courier (1/4) Germany Michael Stich (1/1) Sweden Stefan Edberg (5/6)
1992 United States Jim Courier (2/4) United States Jim Courier (3/4) United States Andre Agassi (1/8) Sweden Stefan Edberg (6/6)
1993 United States Jim Courier (4/4) Spain Sergi Bruguera (1/2) United States Pete Sampras (2/14) United States Pete Sampras (3/14)
1994 United States Pete Sampras (4/14) Spain Sergi Bruguera (2/2) United States Pete Sampras (5/14) United States Andre Agassi (2/8)
1995 United States Andre Agassi (3/8) Austria Thomas Muster (1/1) United States Pete Sampras (6/14) United States Pete Sampras (7/14)
1996 Germany Boris Becker (6/6) Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (1/2) Netherlands Richard Krajicek (1/1) United States Pete Sampras (8/14)
1997 United States Pete Sampras (9/14) Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (1/3) United States Pete Sampras (10/14) Australia Patrick Rafter (1/2)
1998 Czech Republic Petr Korda (1/1) Spain Carlos Moyá (1/1) United States Pete Sampras (11/14) Australia Patrick Rafter (2/2)
1999 Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (2/2) United States Andre Agassi (4/8) United States Pete Sampras (12/14) United States Andre Agassi (5/8)
2000 United States Andre Agassi (6/8) Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (2/3) United States Pete Sampras (13/14) Russia Marat Safin (1/2)
2001 United States Andre Agassi (7/8) Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (3/3) Croatia Goran Ivanišević (1/1) Australia Lleyton Hewitt (1/2)
2002 Sweden Thomas Johansson (1/1) Spain Albert Costa (1/1) Australia Lleyton Hewitt (2/2) United States Pete Sampras (14/14)
2003 United States Andre Agassi (8/8) Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero (1/1) Switzerland Roger Federer (1/20) United States Andy Roddick (1/1)
2004 Switzerland Roger Federer (2/20) Argentina Gastón Gaudio (1/1) Switzerland Roger Federer (3/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (4/20)
2005 Russia Marat Safin (2/2) Spain Rafael Nadal (1/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (5/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (6/20)
2006 Switzerland Roger Federer (7/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (2/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (8/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (9/20)
2007 Switzerland Roger Federer (10/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (3/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (11/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (12/20)
2008 Serbia Novak Djokovic (1/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (4/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (5/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (13/20)
2009 Spain Rafael Nadal (6/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (14/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (15/20) Argentina Juan Martín del Potro (1/1)
2010 Switzerland Roger Federer (16/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (7/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (8/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (9/20)
2011 Serbia Novak Djokovic (2/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (10/20) Serbia Novak Djokovic (3/20) Serbia Novak Djokovic (4/20)
2012 Serbia Novak Djokovic (5/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (11/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (17/20) United Kingdom Andy Murray (1/3)
2013 Serbia Novak Djokovic (6/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (12/20) United Kingdom Andy Murray (2/3) Spain Rafael Nadal (13/20)
2014 Switzerland Stan Wawrinka (1/3) Spain Rafael Nadal (14/20) Serbia Novak Djokovic (7/20) Croatia Marin Čilić (1/1)
2015 Serbia Novak Djokovic (8/20) Switzerland Stan Wawrinka (2/3) Serbia Novak Djokovic (9/20) Serbia Novak Djokovic (10/20)
2016 Serbia Novak Djokovic (11/20) Serbia Novak Djokovic (12/20) United Kingdom Andy Murray (3/3) Switzerland Stan Wawrinka (3/3)
2017 Switzerland Roger Federer (18/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (15/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (19/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (16/20)
2018 Switzerland Roger Federer (20/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (17/20) Serbia Novak Djokovic (13/20) Serbia Novak Djokovic (14/20)
2019 Serbia Novak Djokovic (15/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (18/20) Serbia Novak Djokovic (16/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (19/20)
2020 Serbia Novak Djokovic (17/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (20/20) [i] Tournament cancelled* Austria Dominic Thiem (1/1)
2021 Serbia Novak Djokovic (18/20) Serbia Novak Djokovic (19/20) Serbia Novak Djokovic (20/20) Russia Daniil Medvedev (1/1)
Year Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US Open
  1. ^ a b c The World Hard Court Championships which was held in Paris on clay courts, has often been considered the true precursor to the French Open.
  2. ^ 1919 Australasian Championships was held in January 1920, before the 1920 Australasian Championships.
  3. ^ 1923 Australasian Championships was held in August, after Wimbledon and before the US National Championships.
  4. ^ The French Championships opened itself to international competitors and renamed as Championnats Internationaux de France (de tennis). See WHCC.
  5. ^ Australasian Championships was renamed to Australian Championships.
  6. ^ French Championships held between 1941 and 1945 are not recognized by the tournament organizer. See Tournoi de France.
  7. ^ a b French Open was held in July, after Wimbledon from 1946 to 1947 due to the effects in the aftermath of World War II.
  8. ^ Australian Open was held in December, after the US Open from 1977 to 1985.
  9. ^ 2020 French Open was held in September, after the US Open due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Champions list

Tournament record and active players indicated in bold.
Players with three or more Grand Slam titles are included here.

Titles Player PO OE Australian Open French Open Wimb­ledon US Open Years
20 Switzerland Roger Federer N/A 20 6 1 8 5 2003–2018
Spain Rafael Nadal N/A 20 1 13 2 4 2005–2020
Serbia Novak Djokovic N/A 20 9 2 6 3 2008–2021
14 United States Pete Sampras N/A 14 2 0 7 5 1990–2002
12 Australia Roy Emerson 12 N/A 6 2 2 2 1961–1967
11 Australia Rod Laver 6 5 3 2 4 2 1960–1969
Sweden Björn Borg N/A 11 0 6 5 0 1974–1981
10 United States Bill Tilden 10 N/A 0 0 3 7 1920–1930
8 United Kingdom Fred Perry 8 N/A 1 1 3 3 1933–1936
Australia Ken Rosewall 4 4 4 2 0 2 1953–1972
United States Jimmy Connors N/A 8 1 0 2 5 1974–1983
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl N/A 8 2 3 0 3 1984–1990
United States Andre Agassi N/A 8 4 1 1 2 1992–2003
7 United States Richard Sears 7 N/A 0 0 0 7 1881–1887
United Kingdom William Renshaw 7 N/A 0 0 7 0 1881–1889
United States William Larned 7 N/A 0 0 0 7 1901–1911
France René Lacoste 7 N/A 0 3 2 2 1925–1929
France Henri Cochet 7 N/A 0 4 2 1 1926–1932
Australia John Newcombe 2 5 2 0 3 2 1967–1975
United States John McEnroe N/A 7 0 0 3 4 1979–1984
Sweden Mats Wilander N/A 7 3 3 0 1 1982–1988
6 United Kingdom Laurence Doherty 6 N/A 0 0 5 1 1902–1906
New Zealand Anthony Wilding 6 N/A 2 0 4 0 1906–1913
Australia Jack Crawford 6 N/A 4 1 1 0 1931–1935
United States Don Budge 6 N/A 1 1 2 2 1937–1938
Sweden Stefan Edberg N/A 6 2 0 2 2 1985–1992
Germany Boris Becker N/A 6 2 0 3 1 1985–1996
5 Australia Frank Sedgman 5 N/A 2 0 1 2 1949–1952
United States Tony Trabert 5 N/A 0 2 1 2 1953–1955
4 United States Robert Wrenn 4 N/A 0 0 0 4 1893–1897
United Kingdom Reginald Doherty 4 N/A 0 0 4 0 1897–1900
France Jean Borotra 4 N/A 1 1 2 0 1924–1931
United States Frank Parker 4 N/A 0 2 0 2 1944–1949
Australia Lew Hoad 4 N/A 1 1 2 0 1956–1957
Australia Ashley Cooper 4 N/A 2 0 1 1 1957–1958
Spain Manuel Santana 4 N/A 0 2 1 1 1961–1966
Argentina Guillermo Vilas N/A 4 2 1 0 1 1977–1979
United States Jim Courier N/A 4 2 2 0 0 1991–1993
3 United States Oliver Campbell 3 N/A 0 0 0 3 1890–1892
United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley 3 N/A 0 0 3 0 1891–1895
United States Malcolm Whitman 3 N/A 0 0 0 3 1898–1900
United Kingdom Arthur Gore 3 N/A 0 0 3 0 1901–1909
Australia Norman Brookes 3 N/A 1 0 2 0 1907–1914
United States William Johnston 3 N/A 0 0 1 2 1915–1923
Australia Gerald Patterson 3 N/A 1 0 2 0 1919–1927
Australia James Anderson 3 N/A 3 0 0 0 1922–1925
United States Ellsworth Vines 3 N/A 0 0 1 2 1931–1932
Australia Adrian Quist 3 N/A 3 0 0 0 1936–1948
United States Bobby Riggs 3 N/A 0 0 1 2 1939–1941
United States Jack Kramer 3 N/A 0 0 1 2 1946–1947
Egypt Jaroslav Drobný 3 N/A 0 2 1 0 1951–1954
Australia Neale Fraser 3 N/A 0 0 1 2 1959–1960
United States Arthur Ashe N/A 3 1 0 1 1 1968–1975
Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš N/A 3 0 2 1 0 1970–1973
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten N/A 3 0 3 0 0 1997–2001
United Kingdom Andy Murray N/A 3 0 0 2 1 2012–2016
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka N/A 3 1 1 0 1 2014–2016

Grand Slam achievements

  Hard court major   Clay court major   Grass court major

Grand Slam

Players who won all four Grand Slam titles in a calendar year.

Period Player Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US Open
Amateur Era United States Don Budge 1938 1938 1938 1938
Australia Rod Laver 1962 1962 1962 1962
Open Era Australia Rod Laver 1969 1969 1969 1969

Non-calendar year Grand Slam

Players who won all four Grand Slam titles consecutively (not in a calendar year).

Player Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US Open
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2016 2016 2015 2015

Career Grand Slam

Players who won all four Grand Slam titles over the course of their careers.

  • The event at which the Career Grand Slam was completed indicated in bold.
Period Player Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US Open
Amateur Era United Kingdom Fred Perry 1934 1935 1934 1933
United States Don Budge 1938 1938 1937 1937
Australia Rod Laver 1960 1962 1961 1962
1962 1969 1962 1969
Australia Roy Emerson 1961 1963 1964 1961
1963 1967 1965 1964
Open Era United States Andre Agassi 1995 1999 1992 1994
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004 2009 2003 2004
Spain Rafael Nadal 2009 2005 2008 2010
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2008 2016 2011 2011
2011 2021 2014 2015

Career Golden Slam

Players who won all four Grand Slam titles and the Olympic gold medal over the course of their careers.[a]

  • The event at which the Career Golden Slam was completed indicated in bold.
Player Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US Open Olympics
United States Andre Agassi 1995 1999 1992 1994 1996
Spain Rafael Nadal 2009 2005 2008 2010 2008
  1. ^ Tennis was not an Olympic sport between 1928 and 1984.

Career Super Slam

Players who won all four Grand Slam titles, the Olympic gold medal and the Tour Finals over the course of their careers.[a]

  • The event at which the Career Super Slam was completed indicated in bold.
Player Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US Open Olympics Year-end
United States Andre Agassi 1995 1999 1992 1994 1996 1990
  1. ^ The Year-end Championships started in 1970 but the achievement has been possible since tennis was reinstated as an Olympic sport in 1988.

Sweep of the annual Big Titles

Annual titles include: all four Grand Slam titles, the Tour Finals and all of the ATP Masters titles.[14][15][16][a]

  • The event at which the sweep was completed indicated in bold.
Player AU FR WB US YEC IW MIA MON MAD ROM CAN CIN SHA PAR
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2008 2016 2011 2011 2008 2008 2007 2013 2011 2008 2007 2018 2012 2009
2011 2021 2014 2015 2012 2011 2011 2015 2016 2011 2011 2020 2013 2013
  1. ^ The Masters series started in 1990 and the Olympics was recognized by ATP as a (non-annual) Big Title in 2020.[17]

Multiple titles in a season

Surface Slam

  • Players who won Grand Slam titles on three different surfaces: clay, grass and hard courts in a calendar year.[a]
Player Year Claycourt Slam Hardcourt Slam Grasscourt Slam
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010 French Open US Open Wimbledon
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2021 French Open Australian Open Wimbledon
  1. ^ Grand Slam tournaments were played on only two surfaces (grass and clay) until 1977.

Three titles in a single season

Players with four titles are not included here.

Titles Period Year Player
Australian
French
Wimbledon
Amateur Era 1933 Australia Jack Crawford
1956 Australia Lew Hoad
Open Era 2021 Serbia Novak Djokovic
Australian
French
U.S.
Open Era 1988 Sweden Mats Wilander
Australian
Wimbledon
U.S.
Amateur Era 1934 United Kingdom Fred Perry
1958 Australia Ashley Cooper
1964 Australia Roy Emerson
Open Era 1974 United States Jimmy Connors
2004 Switzerland Roger Federer
2006
2007
2011 Serbia Novak Djokovic
2015
French
Wimbledon
U.S.
Amateur Era 1955 United States Tony Trabert
Open Era 2010 Spain Rafael Nadal
  Player won year's first three majors.


Two titles in a single season

French Open & Wimbledon (Channel Slam)
Period Year Player
Amateur Era 1925 France René Lacoste
1933 Australia Jack Crawford
1935 United Kingdom Fred Perry
1938 United States Don Budge
1950 United States Budge Patty
1955 United States Tony Trabert
1956 Australia Lew Hoad
1962 Australia Rod Laver
Open-Era 1969
1978 Sweden Björn Borg
1979
1980
2008 Spain Rafael Nadal
2009 Switzerland Roger Federer
2010 Spain Rafael Nadal
2021 Serbia Novak Djokovic


Title Double – Statistics
Titles #
Australian Open
French Open
9 players
Australian Open
Wimbledon
13 players
Australian Open
US Open
10 players
French Open
Wimbledon
12 players
French Open
US Open
10 players
Wimbledon
US Open
21 players

Tournament stats

Most titles per tournament

Tournament Titles Player(s)
Australian Open 9 Serbia Novak Djokovic
French Open 13 Spain Rafael Nadal
Wimbledon 8 Switzerland Roger Federer
US Open 7
(All-time)
United States Richard Sears
United States William Larned
United States Bill Tilden
5
(Open Era)
United States Jimmy Connors
United States Pete Sampras
Switzerland Roger Federer

At one tournament

Most # Player Tournament Years
Titles 13 Spain Rafael Nadal French Open 2005–20
Finals 13 Spain Rafael Nadal French Open 2005–20
Finals without win 5 United Kingdom Andy Murray Australian Open 2010–16
Runner-up finishes 6 Serbia Novak Djokovic US Open 2007–21
Match wins 105 Spain Rafael Nadal French Open 2005–21
Switzerland Roger Federer Wimbledon 2001–21
Consecutive wins 41 Sweden Björn Borg Wimbledon 1976–81
Matches played 119 Switzerland Roger Federer Wimbledon 2001–21
Entries 22 United States Jimmy Connors US Open 1970–92
Switzerland Roger Federer Wimbledon 1999–21

Consecutive titles

Most consecutive titles

Period Titles Player Years First–last events
Amateur Era 6 United States Don Budge 1937–38 1937 Wimbledon1938 US Championships
Open Era 4 Australia Rod Laver 1969 1969 Australian Open1969 US Open
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16 2015 Wimbledon2016 French Open

Most consecutive titles at one tournament

Period Titles Player Years Tournament
Amateur Era 7 United States Richard Sears[a] 1881–87 US Championships
6 United Kingdom William Renshaw[b] 1881–86 Wimbledon
United States Bill Tilden 1920–25 US Championships
5 Australia Roy Emerson 1963–67 Australian Open
Open Era 5 Sweden Björn Borg 1976–80 Wimbledon
Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–07 Wimbledon
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–08 US Open
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010–14 French Open
  1. ^ Richard Sears won 6 titles in a challenge round match.
  2. ^ William Renshaw won 5 titles in a challenge round match.

Miscellaneous

Tournament winners after saving match points

Period Event Round MPs Winner Opponent Score
Amateur Era 1927 Australian Championships F 5 Australia Gerald Patterson Australia John Hawkes 3–6, 6–4, 3–6, 18–16, 6–3
1927 French Championships F 2 France René Lacoste United States Bill Tilden 6–4, 4–6, 5–7, 6–3, 11–9
1927 Wimbledon F 6 France Henri Cochet France Jean Borotra 4–6, 4–6, 6–3, 6–4, 7–5
1934 French Championships F 1 Germany Gottfried von Cramm Australia Jack Crawford 6–4, 7–9, 3–6, 7–5, 6–3
1936 U.S. Championships F 2 United Kingdom Fred Perry United States Don Budge 2–6, 6–2, 8–6, 1–6, 10–8
1947 Australian Championships F 1 Australia Dinny Pails Australia John Bromwich 4–6, 6–4, 3–6, 7–5, 8–6
1948 Wimbledon F 3 United States Bob Falkenburg Australia John Bromwich 7–5, 0–6, 6–2, 3–6, 7–5
1949 Wimbledon QF 2 United States Ted Schroeder Australia Frank Sedgman 3–6, 8–6, 6–3, 2–6, 9–7
1960 Australian Championships F 1 Australia Rod Laver Australia Neale Fraser 5–7, 3–6, 6–3, 8–6, 8–6
1960 Wimbledon QF 5 Australia Neale Fraser United States Butch Buchholz 4–6, 6–3, 4–6, 15–15 ret.
1962 French Championships QF 1 Australia Rod Laver (2) Australia Martin Mulligan 6–4, 3–6, 2–6, 10–8, 6–2
Open Era 1975 Australian Open SF 3 Australia John Newcombe Australia Tony Roche 6–4, 4–6, 6–4, 2–6, 11–9
1975 US Open SF 5 Spain Manuel Orantes Argentina Guillermo Vilas 4–6, 1–6, 6–2, 7–5, 6–4
1976 French Open 1R 1 Italy Adriano Panatta Czechoslovakia Pavel Hut'ka 2–6, 6–2, 6–2, 0–6, 12–10
1982 Australian Open SF 1 United States Johan Kriek Australia Paul McNamee 7–6, 7–6, 4–6, 3–6, 7–5
1985 Australian Open 4R 2 Sweden Stefan Edberg Australia Wally Masur 6–7, 2–6, 7–6, 6–4, 6–2
1989 US Open 2R 2 West Germany Boris Becker United States Derrick Rostagno 1–6, 6–7, 6–3, 7–6, 6–3
1996 US Open QF 1 United States Pete Sampras Spain Alex Corretja 7–6(5), 5–7, 5–7, 6–4, 7–6(7)
2001 French Open 4R 1 Brazil Gustavo Kuerten United States Michael Russell 3–6, 4–6, 7–6(7–3), 6–3, 6–1
2003 US Open SF 1 United States Andy Roddick Argentina David Nalbandian 6–7(7), 3–6, 7–6(7), 6–1, 6–3
2004 French Open F 2 Argentina Gastón Gaudio Argentina Guillermo Coria 0–6, 3–6, 6–4, 6–1, 8–6
2005 Australian Open SF 1 Russia Marat Safin Switzerland Roger Federer 5–7, 6–4, 5–7, 7–6(6), 9–7
2011 US Open SF 2 Serbia Novak Djokovic Switzerland Roger Federer 6–7(7–9), 4–6, 6–3, 6–2, 7–5
2016 US Open 3R 1 Switzerland Stan Wawrinka United Kingdom Daniel Evans 4–6, 6–3, 6–7(6), 7–6(8), 6–2
2019 Wimbledon F 2 Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) Switzerland Roger Federer 7–6(5), 1–6, 7–6(4), 4–6, 13–12(3)

Tournament won with no sets dropped

Period Player # Events
Amateur Era United States Richard Sears 3 US Open (1881, 1882[a], 1883[a])
United States Tony Trabert 3 Wimbledon (1955), US Open (1953, 1955)
United States Don Budge 2 Australian Open (1938), Wimbledon (1938)
United Kingdom Laurence Doherty 1 US Open (1903)
United States Holcombe Ward 1 US Open (1904)
United States William Larned 1 US Open (1907)
New Zealand Anthony Wilding 1 Australian Open (1909)
Australia Rodney Heath 1 Australian Open (1910)
Australia Pat O'Hara Wood 1 Australian Open (1923)
Australia John Bromwich 1 Australian Open (1939)
United States Frank Parker 1 US Open (1945)
Australia Frank Sedgman 1 US Open (1952)
Australia Neale Fraser 1 US Open (1960)
United States Chuck McKinley 1 Wimbledon (1963)
Australia Roy Emerson 1 Australian Open (1964)
Open Era Spain Rafael Nadal 4 French Open (2008, 2010, 2017, 2020)
Sweden Björn Borg 3 French Open (1978[b], 1980), Wimbledon (1976)
Switzerland Roger Federer 2 Australian Open (2007), Wimbledon (2017)
Australia Ken Rosewall 1 Australian Open (1971)
Romania Ilie Năstase 1 French Open (1973)
  1. ^ a b Tournament won in a challenge round match.
  2. ^ Fewest games (32) lost winning a tournament.

Grand Slam titles by decade

Note: Ken Rosewall, Novak Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal are the only players to win Grand Slam titles in three decades.

Grand Slam titles by country

Open Era

as of 2021 US Open.

52 
 United States (13 players)
27 
 Spain (7 players)
25 
 Sweden (4 players)
23 
  Switzerland (2 players)
20 
 Australia (7 players)
20 
 Serbia (1 player)
12 
 Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic (3 players)
 Germany (2 players)
 Argentina (3 players)
 Russia (3 players)
 Brazil (1 player),  Great Britain (1 player)
 Austria (2 players),  Croatia (2 players),  Romania (1 player)
 Ecuador,  France,  Italy,  Netherlands,  South Africa


All-time

as of 2021 US Open.

147→ 
 United States
102→ 
 Australia
46 
 Great Britain
31 
 Spain
26 
 Sweden
23 
  Switzerland
21 
 France
20 
 Serbia
12 
 Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic
10 
 Germany
 Argentina,  New Zealand
 Russia
 Brazil,  Egypt,  Italy
 Austria,  Croatia,  Romania
 Ecuador,  Hungary,  Mexico,  Netherlands,  South Africa


See also

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