Open Era tennis records – Men's singles

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The Open Era is the current era of professional tennis. It began in 1968 when the Grand Slam tournaments allowed professional players to compete with amateurs, ending the division that had persisted since the dawn of the sport in the 19th century. The first open tournament was the 1968 British Hard Court Championships held in April,[1] followed by the inaugural open Grand Slam tournament, the 1968 French Open, a month later.[2] Unless otherwise sourced, all records are based on data from the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP),[3] the International Tennis Federation (ITF),[4] and the official websites of the four Grand Slam tournaments. All rankings-related records are based on ATP rankings, which began in 1973. The names of active players appear in boldface.

Grand Slam tournaments[edit]

Career totals[edit]

Updated as of 2022 Wimbledon, day 3 (29 June). Where there are multiple entries for the same record, entrants are ranked on the basis of who achieved the record in chronological order.
# Titles
22 Spain Rafael Nadal
20 Switzerland Roger Federer
Serbia Novak Djokovic
14 United States Pete Sampras
11 Sweden Björn Borg
8 United States Jimmy Connors
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Andre Agassi
7 United States John McEnroe
Sweden Mats Wilander
# Finals
31 Switzerland Roger Federer
Serbia Novak Djokovic
30 Spain Rafael Nadal
19 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
18 United States Pete Sampras
16 Sweden Björn Borg
15 United States Jimmy Connors
United States Andre Agassi
11 United States John McEnroe
Sweden Mats Wilander
Sweden Stefan Edberg
United Kingdom Andy Murray
# Semifinals
46 Switzerland Roger Federer
42 Serbia Novak Djokovic
37 Spain Rafael Nadal
31 United States Jimmy Connors
28 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
26 United States Andre Agassi
23 United States Pete Sampras
21 United Kingdom Andy Murray
19 United States John McEnroe
Sweden Stefan Edberg
# Quarterfinals
58 Switzerland Roger Federer
52 Serbia Novak Djokovic
46 Spain Rafael Nadal
41 United States Jimmy Connors
36 United States Andre Agassi
34 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
30 United Kingdom Andy Murray
29 United States Pete Sampras
26 United States John McEnroe
Sweden Stefan Edberg
# Appearances
81 Switzerland Roger Federer
Spain Feliciano López
70 France Fabrice Santoro
Spain Fernando Verdasco
69 Russia Mikhail Youzhny
68 Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber
Serbia Novak Djokovic
67 Italy Andreas Seppi
France Richard Gasquet
66 Australia Lleyton Hewitt

Matches[edit]

# Matches won
369 Switzerland Roger Federer
329 Serbia Novak Djokovic
307 Spain Rafael Nadal
233 United States Jimmy Connors
224 United States Andre Agassi
222 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
203 United States Pete Sampras
194 United Kingdom Andy Murray
178 Sweden Stefan Edberg
167 United States John McEnroe
# Matches played
429 Switzerland Roger Federer
376 Serbia Novak Djokovic
348 Spain Rafael Nadal
282 United States Jimmy Connors
277 United States Andre Agassi
271 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
245 United Kingdom Andy Murray
241 United States Pete Sampras
225 Sweden Stefan Edberg
212 Australia Lleyton Hewitt
% W–L Match record
89.2 141–17 Sweden Björn Borg
88.2 307–41 Spain Rafael Nadal
87.5 329–47 Serbia Novak Djokovic
86.0 369–60 Switzerland Roger Federer
84.2 203–38 United States Pete Sampras
82.6 233–49 United States Jimmy Connors
81.9 222–49 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
81.5 167–38 United States John McEnroe
80.9 224–53 United States Andre Agassi
80.3 163–40 Germany Boris Becker
minimum 100 wins
% W–L Finals record
83.3 5–1 Australia Rod Laver
77.8 14–4 United States Pete Sampras
73.3 22–8 Spain Rafael Nadal
71.4 5–2 Australia John Newcombe
68.8 11–5 Sweden Björn Borg
64.5 20–11 Switzerland Roger Federer
20–11 Serbia Novak Djokovic
63.6 7–4 United States John McEnroe
7–4 Sweden Mats Wilander
60.0 6–4 Germany Boris Becker
minimum 5 titles

Grand Slam achievements[edit]

Calendar Year Grand Slam[edit]

Grand Slam Player First–last tournaments
Australia Rod Laver 1969 Australian Open1969 US Open
all four major titles consecutively (in a calendar year)

Non-Calendar Year Grand Slam[edit]

NCYGS Player First–last tournaments
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015 Wimbledon2016 French Open
all four major titles consecutively (not in a calendar year)

Career Grand Slam[edit]

CGS Player Event of completion
Australia Rod Laver 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
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2021 French Open
Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2022 Australian Open
each Grand Slam title at least once
Career Golden Slam Event of completion
United States Andre Agassi 1999 French Open
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010 US Open
Career Grand Slam + Olympic Gold (since 1988)
Career Super Slam Event of completion
United States Andre Agassi 1999 French Open
Career Golden Slam + Year-end championship

At each Grand Slam tournament totals[edit]

# Finals
6 Serbia Novak Djokovic
5 Switzerland Roger Federer
Spain Rafael Nadal
2 Australia Ken Rosewall
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Andre Agassi
1 Australia Rod Laver
Sweden Stefan Edberg
United States Jim Courier
United Kingdom Andy Murray
# Semifinals
9 Serbia Novak Djokovic
8 Switzerland Roger Federer
7 Spain Rafael Nadal
5 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Andre Agassi
3 United Kingdom Andy Murray
2 Australia Ken Rosewall
United States Jimmy Connors
Germany Boris Becker
# Quarterfinals
12 Switzerland Roger Federer
Serbia Novak Djokovic
7 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Andre Agassi
Spain Rafael Nadal
6 United Kingdom Andy Murray
4 United States John McEnroe
Sweden Stefan Edberg
Germany Boris Becker
United States Pete Sampras
# Match wins
81 Serbia Novak Djokovic
73 Switzerland Roger Federer
55 Spain Rafael Nadal
48 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
46 United States Andre Agassi
39 United Kingdom Andy Murray
31 Croatia Marin Cilic
30 Sweden Stefan Edberg
28 Australia Lleyton Hewitt
Spain David Ferrer

Season totals[edit]

4 titles Australia Rod Laver 1969
3+ titles Switzerland Roger Federer (3) 2004, 06–07
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2011, 15, 21
Australia Rod Laver 1969
United States Jimmy Connors 1974
Sweden Mats Wilander 1988
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010
2+ titles
Switzerland Roger Federer (6) 2004–07, 09, 17
Serbia Novak Djokovic (6) 2011, 15–16, 18–19, 21
Spain Rafael Nadal (6) 2008, 10, 13, 17, 19, 22
United States Pete Sampras (4) 1993–95, 97
Sweden Björn Borg (3) 1978–80
United States Jimmy Connors (2) 1974, 82
United States John McEnroe (2) 1981, 84
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (2) 1986, 87
Australia Rod Laver 1969
Australia John Newcombe 1973
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
Sweden Mats Wilander 1988
Germany Boris Becker 1989
United States Jim Courier 1992
United States Andre Agassi 1999
4
finals
Switzerland Roger Federer (3) 2006–07, 09
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2015, 21
Australia Rod Laver 1969
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl* 1986
* No Australian Open in 1986.
Ivan Lendl made all 3 available finals
.
4
semifinals
Switzerland Roger Federer (5) 2005–09
Serbia Novak Djokovic (5) 2011–13, 15, 21
Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2008, 19
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1987
Australia Rod Laver 1969
Australia Tony Roche
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2011
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl* 1986
* No Australian Open in 1986.
Ivan Lendl made all 3 available SFs
.
4
quarterfinals
Switzerland Roger Federer (8) 2005–12
Serbia Novak Djokovic (7) 2010–15, 21
Spain Rafael Nadal (5) 2008, 10–11, 18–19
United Kingdom Andy Murray (4) 2011–12, 14, 16
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl* (3) 1983, 87–88
United States Andre Agassi (2) 1995, 2001
Spain David Ferrer (2) 2012–13
Australia Rod Laver 1969
Australia Tony Roche
Australia John Newcombe
United States John McEnroe 1985
Sweden Mats Wilander 1988
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1991
United States Pete Sampras 1993
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka 2015
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl* 1986
Germany Boris Becker*
France Henri Leconte*
Austria Dominic Thiem* 2020
* No Australian Open in 1986; No Wimbledon in 2020.
Players made all 3 available QFs
.

Most seasons with at least one major title or one final[edit]

1+ title First–last
Spain Rafael Nadal 15 2005–22
Switzerland Roger Federer 11 2003–18
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2008–21
United States Pete Sampras 10 1990–2002
Sweden Björn Borg 8 1974–81
1+ final First–last
Switzerland Roger Federer 15 2003–19
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–22
Serbia Novak Djokovic 13 2007–21
United States Pete Sampras 12 1990–2002
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 11 1981–91
United States Andre Agassi 1990–2005
1+ title Consecutive
Spain Rafael Nadal 10 2005–14
Sweden Björn Borg 8 1974–81
United States Pete Sampras 1993–2000
Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–10
Serbia Novak Djokovic 6 2011–16
1+ final Consecutive
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 11 1981–91
United States Pete Sampras 1992–2002
Switzerland Roger Federer 10 2003–12
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–14
Sweden Björn Borg 8 1974–81

Per Grand Slam tournament totals[edit]

Titles per tournament[edit]

# Australian Open
9 Serbia Novak Djokovic
6 Switzerland Roger Federer
4 United States Andre Agassi
3 Sweden Mats Wilander
2 Australia Ken Rosewall
Australia John Newcombe
Argentina Guillermo Vilas
South Africa/United States Johan Kriek
Sweden Stefan Edberg
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Germany Boris Becker
United States Jim Courier
United States Pete Sampras
Spain Rafael Nadal
# French Open
14 Spain Rafael Nadal
6 Sweden Björn Borg
3 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Sweden Mats Wilander
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
2 Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš
United States Jim Courier
Spain Sergi Bruguera
Serbia Novak Djokovic
# Wimbledon
8 Switzerland Roger Federer
7 United States Pete Sampras
6 Serbia Novak Djokovic
5 Sweden Björn Borg
3 United States John McEnroe
Germany Boris Becker
2 Australia Rod Laver
Australia John Newcombe
United States Jimmy Connors
Sweden Stefan Edberg
Spain Rafael Nadal
United Kingdom Andy Murray
# US Open
5 United States Jimmy Connors
United States Pete Sampras
Switzerland Roger Federer
4 United States John McEnroe
Spain Rafael Nadal
3 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Serbia Novak Djokovic
2 Sweden Stefan Edberg
United States Andre Agassi
Australia Patrick Rafter

Finals per tournament[edit]

# Australian Open Record
9 Serbia Novak Djokovic 9–0
7 Switzerland Roger Federer 6–1
6 Spain Rafael Nadal 2–4
5 Sweden Stefan Edberg 2–3
United Kingdom Andy Murray 0–5
4 United States Andre Agassi 4–0
Sweden Mats Wilander 3–1
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 2–2
3 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 2–1
United States Pete Sampras 2–1
Russia Marat Safin 1–2
# French Open Record
14 Spain Rafael Nadal 14–0
6 Sweden Björn Borg 6–0
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2–4
5 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 3–2
Sweden Mats Wilander 3–2
Switzerland Roger Federer 1–4
4 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1–3
3 Brazil Gustavo Kuerten 3–0
United States Jim Courier 2–1
Spain Sergi Bruguera 2–1
United States Andre Agassi 1–2
# Wimbledon Record
12 Switzerland Roger Federer 8–4
7 United States Pete Sampras 7–0
Serbia Novak Djokovic 6–1
Germany Boris Becker 3–4
6 Sweden Björn Borg 5–1
United States Jimmy Connors 2–4
5 United States John McEnroe 3–2
Spain Rafael Nadal 2–3
4 Croatia Goran Ivanišević 1–3
3 Australia John Newcombe 2–1
Sweden Stefan Edberg 2–1
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2–1
United States Andy Roddick 0–3
# US Open Record
9 Serbia Novak Djokovic 3–6
8 United States Pete Sampras 5–3
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 3–5
7 United States Jimmy Connors 5–2
Switzerland Roger Federer 5–2
6 United States Andre Agassi 2–4
5 United States John McEnroe 4–1
Spain Rafael Nadal 4–1
4 Sweden Björn Borg 0–4

Match record per tournament[edit]

  • minimum 20 wins (correct as of 2022 French Open).
% W–L Australian Open
91.1 82–8 Serbia Novak Djokovic
90.6 48–5 United States Andre Agassi
88.5 23–3 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
87.2 102–15 Switzerland Roger Federer
84.8 56–10 Sweden Stefan Edberg
83.7 36–7 Sweden Mats Wilander
83.5 76–15 Spain Rafael Nadal
83.3 45–9 United States Pete Sampras
82.8 48–10 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
81.4 35–8 United States Jim Courier
% W–L French Open
97.4 112–3 Spain Rafael Nadal
96.1 49–2 Sweden Björn Borg
84.2 85–16 Serbia Novak Djokovic
83.9 47–9 Sweden Mats Wilander
81.8 36–8 Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
81.6 40–9 United States Jim Courier
81.5 53–12 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
81.1 73–17 Switzerland Roger Federer
78.0 39–11 Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš
39–11 United Kingdom Andy Murray
% W–L Wimbledon
92.7 51–4 Sweden Björn Borg
90.0 63–7 United States Pete Sampras
89.0 81–10 Serbia Novak Djokovic
88.2 105–14 Switzerland Roger Federer
88.0 22–3 Australia Rod Laver
86.5 32–5 Australia John Newcombe
85.5 71–12 Germany Boris Becker
84.3 59–11 United States John McEnroe
83.3 60–12 United Kingdom Andy Murray
82.4 84–18 United States Jimmy Connors
% W–L US Open
88.8 71–9 United States Pete Sampras
86.4 89–14 Switzerland Roger Federer
86.2 81–13 Serbia Novak Djokovic
85.3 64–11 Spain Rafael Nadal
85.2 98–17 United States Jimmy Connors
84.9 73–13 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
84.4 65–12 United States John McEnroe
83.3 30–6 Australia Ken Rosewall
83.3 20–4 Russia Daniil Medvedev
81.8 27–6 Australia John Newcombe

Match wins per tournament[edit]

# Australian Open
102 Switzerland Roger Federer
82 Serbia Novak Djokovic
76 Spain Rafael Nadal
56 Sweden Stefan Edberg
49 United Kingdom Andy Murray
48 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Andre Agassi
47 Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych
45 United States Pete Sampras
43 Switzerland Stan Wawrinka
# French Open
112 Spain Rafael Nadal
85 Serbia Novak Djokovic
73 Switzerland Roger Federer
58 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
53 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
51 United States Andre Agassi
49 Sweden Björn Borg
47 Sweden Mats Wilander
44 Spain David Ferrer
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka
# Wimbledon
105 Switzerland Roger Federer
84 United States Jimmy Connors
81 Serbia Novak Djokovic
71 Germany Boris Becker
63 United States Pete Sampras
60 United Kingdom Andy Murray
59 United States John McEnroe
55 Spain Rafael Nadal
51 Sweden Björn Borg
49 Sweden Stefan Edberg
Croatia Goran Ivanišević
# US Open
98 United States Jimmy Connors
89 Switzerland Roger Federer
81 Serbia Novak Djokovic
79 United States Andre Agassi
73 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
71 United States Pete Sampras
65 United States John McEnroe
64 Spain Rafael Nadal
47 Australia Lleyton Hewitt
46 United Kingdom Andy Murray

Events won with no sets dropped[edit]

# Player Events
4 Spain Rafael Nadal French Open (2008, 2010, 2017, 2020)
3 Sweden Björn Borg Wimbledon (1976), French Open (1978[a], 1980)
2 Switzerland Roger Federer Australian Open (2007), Wimbledon (2017)
1 Australia Ken Rosewall Australian Open (1971)
Romania Ilie Năstase French Open (1973)
  1. ^ Fewest games (32) lost winning a tournament.

Consecutive totals[edit]

▲ indicates active streaks.

Spanning consecutive tournaments[edit]

# Titles Years
4 Australia Rod Laver 1969
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015-16
3 United States Pete Sampras 1993–94
Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2006–07
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2011–12
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2018–19
Serbia Novak Djokovic (4) 2021
# Finals Years
10 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–07
8 Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2008–10
6 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16
5 Spain Rafael Nadal 2011–12
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2020–21
4 Australia Rod Laver 1969
United States Andre Agassi 1999–2000
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2011–12
# Semifinals Years
23 Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–10
14 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2010–13
10 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985–88
9 Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2014–16
7 Spain Rafael Nadal 2018–19
6 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1983–84
# Quarterfinals Years
36 Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–13
28 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2009–16
14 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985–89
11 Spain Rafael Nadal 2009–12
10 United States Pete Sampras 1992–94
Spain David Ferrer 2012–14
Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2017–20
Matches[edit]
# Win streak Years
30 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16
27 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2006–07
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2011–12
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2021
26 Australia Rod Laver 1969
Serbia Novak Djokovic (4) 2018–19
25 United States Pete Sampras 1993–94
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010–11
20 Sweden Björn Borg 1978
Sweden Björn Borg (2) 1980
Switzerland Roger Federer (3) 2009
Entries[edit]
# Appearances Years
79 Spain Feliciano López 2002–22
67 Spain Fernando Verdasco 2003–20
66 Italy Andreas Seppi 2005–22
65 Switzerland Roger Federer 2000–16
56 South Africa Wayne Ferreira 1991–04
54 Sweden Stefan Edberg 1983–96
52 Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych 2003–16
51 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2005–17
50 Spain David Ferrer 2003–15
Spain Guillermo García López 2005–17
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka

Spanning non-consecutive tournaments[edit]

# Finals won Years
8 United States Pete Sampras 1995–2000
7 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–06
Spain Rafael Nadal 2008–11
5 Australia Rod Laver 1968–69
Australia John Newcombe 1970–75
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2018–20
Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2019–22
# Semifinals won Years
16 Spain Rafael Nadal 2010–18
14 Sweden Björn Borg 1976–81
11 United States Jimmy Connors 1974–78
10 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–07
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–19
# Quarterfinals won Years
25 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–10
17 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1983–88
14 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2010–13
11 United States Jimmy Connors 1976–80
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2018–21

Consecutive titles per tournament[edit]

# Australian Open Years
3 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–13
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2019–21
2 Australia Ken Rosewall 1971–72
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1978–79
South Africa/United States Johan Kriek 1981–82
Sweden Mats Wilander 1983–84
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1985–87
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1989–90
United States Jim Courier 1992–93
United States Andre Agassi 2000–01
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–07
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2015–16
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2017–18
# French Open Years
5 Spain Rafael Nadal 2010–14
4 Sweden Björn Borg 1978–81
Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2005–08
Spain Rafael Nadal (3) 2017–20
2 Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš 1970–71
Sweden Björn Borg (2) 1974–75
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1986–87
United States Jim Courier 1991–92
Spain Sergi Bruguera 1993–94
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten 2000–01
# Wimbledon Years
5 Sweden Björn Borg 1976–80
Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–07
4 United States Pete Sampras 1997–2000
3 United States Pete Sampras (2) 1993–95
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2018–21
2 Australia Rod Laver 1968–69
Australia John Newcombe 1970–71
United States John McEnroe 1983–84
Germany Boris Becker 1985–86
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2014–15
# US Open Years
5 Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–08
3 United States John McEnroe 1979–81
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985–87
2 United States Jimmy Connors 1982–83
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1991–92
United States Pete Sampras 1995–96
Australia Pat Rafter 1997–98
Consecutive match wins per tournament[edit]
# Australian Open Years
26 United States Andre Agassi 2000–04
25 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–14
21 Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2019–21
20 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1989–91
19 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–08
# French Open Years
39 Spain Rafael Nadal 2010–15
35 Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2016–21
31 Spain Rafael Nadal (3) 2005–09
28 Sweden Björn Borg 1978–81
20 United States Jim Courier 1991–93
# Wimbledon Years
41 Sweden Björn Borg 1976–81
40 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–08
31 United States Pete Sampras 1997–2001
25 United States Pete Sampras (2) 1993–96
24 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2018–22
# US Open Years
40 Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–09
27 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985–88
25 United States John McEnroe 1979–82
19 United States Jimmy Connors 1982–84
17 United States Pete Sampras 1995–97

Court type totals[edit]

Match record[edit]

  • minimum 30 wins (correct as of 2022 French Open).
% W–L Hard
88.6 163–21 Serbia Novak Djokovic
86.8 191–29 Switzerland Roger Federer
86.6 116–18 United States Pete Sampras
85.9 67–11 United States Jimmy Connors
85.4 105–18 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
84.3 140–26 Spain Rafael Nadal
84.1 127–24 United States Andre Agassi
83.9 73–14 United States John McEnroe
80.8 84–20 Sweden Stefan Edberg
79.6 39–10 Russia Daniil Medvedev
% W–L Clay
97.4 112–3 Spain Rafael Nadal
92.6 63–5 Sweden Björn Borg
84.2 85–16 Serbia Novak Djokovic
83.9 47–9 Sweden Mats Wilander
81.8 36–8 Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
81.6 40–9 United States Jim Courier
81.5 53–12 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
81.1 73–17 Switzerland Roger Federer
79.8 75–19 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
79.7 59–15 United States Jimmy Connors
% W–L Grass
90.0 63–7 United States Pete Sampras
89.0 81–10 Serbia Novak Djokovic
88.2 105–14 Switzerland Roger Federer
87.5 56–8 Sweden Björn Borg
84.6 44–8 Australia Rod Laver
83.7 77–15 Germany Boris Becker
83.5 66–13 United States John McEnroe
83.3 60–12 United Kingdom Andy Murray
83.2 89–18 Australia John Newcombe
82.3 107–23 United States Jimmy Connors

Match wins[edit]

# Hard
191 Switzerland Roger Federer
163 Serbia Novak Djokovic
140 Spain Rafael Nadal
127 United States Andre Agassi
116 United States Pete Sampras
105 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
95 United Kingdom Andy Murray
87 Switzerland Stan Wawrinka
84 Sweden Stefan Edberg
81 United States Andy Roddick
# Clay
112 Spain Rafael Nadal
85 Serbia Novak Djokovic
75 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
73 Switzerland Roger Federer
63 Sweden Björn Borg
59 United States Jimmy Connors
53 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
51 United States Andre Agassi
48 Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš
47 Sweden Mats Wilander
# Grass
107 United States Jimmy Connors
105 Switzerland Roger Federer
89 Australia John Newcombe
81 Serbia Novak Djokovic
77 Australia Ken Rosewall
Germany Boris Becker
74 United States Arthur Ashe
69 United States Stan Smith
66 United States John McEnroe
64 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Sweden Stefan Edberg

Year-end championships[edit]

There have been three prominent YECs in the Open Era, each involving only the top performers for the given year. Those championships are the most coveted titles after the Grand Slams.
(1970–present) This is a combination of the YECs for two separate tours: the ITF Grand Prix that ran until 1989 and the ATP Tour that replaced it. For record-keeping purposes, the ATP has incorporated the entire history of the ITF "Masters Grand Prix" alongside its ATP Finals tournament; thus they are both listed as "ATP" here. In total, these YECs have been held at numerous venues around the globe and played on several surfaces (indoor hard since 2006).
(1971–89) The WCT Finals, as the YEC for the World Championship Tennis tour, was held in Dallas, Texas and played on indoor carpet courts.
(1990–99) The Grand Slam Cup (GSC) was an ITF tournament for the top performers in the year's Grand Slam tournaments. It was held in Munich, Germany and played on indoor carpet courts.

Boris Becker was the only player to have won all three Open era Year End Championships.

  • WCT and GSC tournaments are specifically indicated in the Overall titles table.

Overall totals[edit]

Correct as of 2021 ATP Finals.
# Titles Years
8 United States John McEnroe 1978, 1979 (WCT), 1981 (WCT), 1983, 1983 (WCT), 1984, 1984 (WCT), 1989 (WCT)
7 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981, 1982, 1982 (WCT), 1985, 1985 (WCT), 1986, 1987
United States Pete Sampras 1990 (GSC), 1991, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1997 (GSC), 1999
6 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011
5 Germany Boris Becker 1988, 1988 (WCT), 1992, 1995, 1996 (GSC)
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2008, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
4 Romania Ilie Năstase 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975
3 United States Jimmy Connors 1977, 1977 (WCT), 1980 (WCT)
Sweden Björn Borg 1976 (WCT), 1979, 1980
2 Australia Ken Rosewall 1971 (WCT), 1972 (WCT)
United States Stan Smith 1970, 1973 (WCT)
Germany Michael Stich 1992 (GSC), 1993
Australia Lleyton Hewitt 2001, 2002
Germany Alexander Zverev 2018, 2021
# Finals
12 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States John McEnroe
11 Germany Boris Becker
10 Switzerland Roger Federer
9 United States Pete Sampras
8 Sweden Björn Borg
7 Serbia Novak Djokovic
5 United States Andre Agassi
4 Romania Ilie Năstase
United States Jimmy Connors
# Semifinals
18 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
16 Switzerland Roger Federer
15 United States John McEnroe
United States Pete Sampras
13 United States Jimmy Connors
Germany Boris Becker
10 Serbia Novak Djokovic
9 Sweden Björn Borg
Sweden Stefan Edberg
7 Croatia Goran Ivanišević
United States Andre Agassi
# Appearances
19 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States John McEnroe
United States Andre Agassi
18 Sweden Stefan Edberg
Germany Boris Becker
17 United States Jimmy Connors
Switzerland Roger Federer
United States Pete Sampras
14 Serbia Novak Djokovic
13 United States Michael Chang
# Match wins
59 Switzerland Roger Federer
52 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
51 United States Pete Sampras
48 Germany Boris Becker
41 United States John McEnroe
Serbia Novak Djokovic
28 United States Jimmy Connors
26 United States Andre Agassi
Sweden Björn Borg
25 Sweden Stefan Edberg
# Matches played
76 Switzerland Roger Federer
68 United States Pete Sampras
67 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
66 Germany Boris Becker
58 Serbia Novak Djokovic
57 United States John McEnroe
52 United States Andre Agassi
49 United States Jimmy Connors
48 Sweden Stefan Edberg
39 United States Michael Chang
% W–L Match record
78.6 22–6 Romania Ilie Nastase
77.63 59–17 Switzerland Roger Federer
77.61 52–15 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
75.0 51–17 United States Pete Sampras
74.3 26–9 Sweden Björn Borg
72.7 48–18 Germany Boris Becker
71.9 41–16 United States John McEnroe
70.8 17–7 United States Stan Smith
70.7 41–17 Serbia Novak Djokovic
59.3 16–11 United Kingdom Andy Murray
minimum 15 wins

ATP totals[edit]

# Titles
6 Switzerland Roger Federer
5 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Pete Sampras
Serbia Novak Djokovic
4 Romania Ilie Năstase
# Finals
10 Switzerland Roger Federer
9 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
8 Germany Boris Becker
7 Serbia Novak Djokovic
6 United States Pete Sampras
# Semifinals
16 Switzerland Roger Federer
12 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
10 United States Pete Sampras
Serbia Novak Djokovic
9 Germany Boris Becker
# Appearances
17 Switzerland Roger Federer
14 Serbia Novak Djokovic
13 United States Andre Agassi
12 Czech Republic Ivan Lendl
11 United States Jimmy Connors
Germany Boris Becker
United States Pete Sampras
# Match wins
59 Switzerland Roger Federer
41 Serbia Novak Djokovic
39 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
36 Germany Boris Becker
35 United States Pete Sampras
% W–L Match record
88.0 22–3 Romania Ilie Năstase
79.6 39–10 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
77.6 59–17 Switzerland Roger Federer
73.5 36–13 Germany Boris Becker
71.4 35–14 United States Pete Sampras
minimum 20 wins
Not losing a set Events
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 3 1982, 85–86
United States John McEnroe 1 1983

WCT totals[edit]

# Titles
5 United States John McEnroe
2 Australia Ken Rosewall
United States Jimmy Connors
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
# Finals
8 United States John McEnroe
4 Sweden Björn Borg
3 United States Jimmy Connors
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
2 Australia Ken Rosewall
Australia Rod Laver
United States Arthur Ashe
Germany Boris Becker
# Semifinals
9 United States John McEnroe
5 Sweden Björn Borg
United States Jimmy Connors
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
4 Australia Rod Laver
United States Arthur Ashe
United States Vitas Gerulaitis
# Appearances
9 United States John McEnroe
6 United States Arthur Ashe
5 Australia Rod Laver
Sweden Björn Borg
United States Vitas Gerulaitis
United States Jimmy Connors
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
# Match wins
21 United States John McEnroe
10 Sweden Björn Borg
United States Jimmy Connors
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
7 Australia Ken Rosewall
United States Arthur Ashe
United States Vitas Gerulaitis
% W–L Match record
87.5 7–1 Australia Ken Rosewall
84.0 21–4 United States John McEnroe
83.3 5–1 Germany Boris Becker
76.9 10–3 Sweden Björn Borg
10–3 United States Jimmy Connors
10–3 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
minimum 5 wins
Not losing a set Events
United States John McEnroe 2 1981, 84

Masters tournaments[edit]

(1990–present) The Masters is an annual series of nine top-level tournaments featuring the top players on the tour. Along with the Grand Slams and YECs, those are the most coveted titles. Starting from 1990, the ATP took control of the main tour creating the ATP Tour. Since then, the tournaments outside of the Grand Slams and Year-End Championships on the ATP Tour have been classified as ATP Masters 1000, ATP 500 and ATP 250 tournaments.

Overall totals[edit]

Correct as of 2022 Rome Masters.
# Masters Series
38 Serbia Novak Djokovic
36 Spain Rafael Nadal
28 Switzerland Roger Federer
17 United States Andre Agassi
14 United Kingdom Andy Murray
11 United States Pete Sampras
8 Austria Thomas Muster
7 United States Michael Chang
5 Chile Marcelo Rios
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
Germany Boris Becker
United States Jim Courier
Russia Marat Safin
United States Andy Roddick
Germany Alexander Zverev

Career Golden Masters[edit]

CGM Player Event of completion
Serbia Novak Djokovic[5] (2) 2018 Cincinnati Masters
2020 Cincinnati Masters
all nine ATP Masters slot titles throughout player's career

All tournaments[edit]

Career totals[edit]

Match stats correct (correct as of 2022 Wimbledon Championships).

Titles & finals[edit]

# Titles
109 United States Jimmy Connors
103 Switzerland Roger Federer
94 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
92 Spain Rafael Nadal
87 Serbia Novak Djokovic
77 United States John McEnroe
72 Australia Rod Laver
66 Sweden Björn Borg
64 Romania Ilie Năstase
United States Pete Sampras
# Finals
164 United States Jimmy Connors
157 Switzerland Roger Federer
146 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
130 Spain Rafael Nadal
125 Serbia Novak Djokovic
109 United States John McEnroe
104 Romania Ilie Năstase
Argentina Guillermo Vilas
99 Australia Rod Laver
93 Sweden Björn Borg
% W–L Finals record
80.0 44–11 Austria Thomas Muster
72.7 72–27 Australia Rod Laver
72.7 64–24 United States Pete Sampras
71.0 66–27 Sweden Björn Borg
70.8 92–38 Spain Rafael Nadal
70.6 77–32 United States John McEnroe
69.6 87–38 Serbia Novak Djokovic
66.7 60–30 United States Andre Agassi
66.5 109–55 United States Jimmy Connors
65.7 46–24 United Kingdom Andy Murray
minimum 30 titles

Matches[edit]

# Matches won
1274 United States Jimmy Connors
1251 Switzerland Roger Federer
1068 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
1060 Spain Rafael Nadal
1007 Serbia Novak Djokovic
951 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
908 Romania Ilie Năstase
883 United States John McEnroe
870 United States Andre Agassi
801 Sweden Stefan Edberg
# Matches played
1557 United States Jimmy Connors
1526 Switzerland Roger Federer
1310 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
1272 Spain Rafael Nadal
1248 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
1242 Romania Ilie Năstase
1211 Serbia Novak Djokovic
1144 United States Andre Agassi
1111 Spain David Ferrer
1084 United States Stan Smith
% W–L Match record
83.3 1060–212 Spain Rafael Nadal
83.2 1007–204 Serbia Novak Djokovic
82.4 654–140 Sweden Björn Borg
82.0 1251–275 Switzerland Roger Federer
81.8 1274–283 United States Jimmy Connors
81.7 883–198 United States John McEnroe
81.5 1068–242 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
79.8 576–146 Australia Rod Laver
77.4 762–222 United States Pete Sampras
76.9 713–214 Germany Boris Becker
minimum 500 wins

vs. Top 10[edit]

# Matches won
232 Serbia Novak Djokovic
224 Switzerland Roger Federer
185 Spain Rafael Nadal
166 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
131 United States Jimmy Connors
128 United States John McEnroe
124 United States Pete Sampras
121 Germany Boris Becker
117 Sweden Björn Borg
109 United States Andre Agassi
# Matches played
347 Switzerland Roger Federer
340 Serbia Novak Djokovic
285 Spain Rafael Nadal
258 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
241 United States Jimmy Connors
222 United States John McEnroe
212 Sweden Stefan Edberg
199 United States Andre Agassi
195 United States Pete Sampras
United Kingdom Andy Murray
% W–L Match record
71.3 117–47 Sweden Björn Borg
68.2 232–108 Serbia Novak Djokovic
65.1 121–65 Germany Boris Becker
64.9 185–100 Spain Rafael Nadal
64.6 224–123 Switzerland Roger Federer
64.3 166–92 Czech Republic Ivan Lendl
63.6 124–71 United States Pete Sampras
57.7 128–94 United States John McEnroe
54.8 109–90 United States Andre Agassi
54.4 131–110 United States Jimmy Connors
minimum 100 wins
# In a season Year
31 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
24 United States John McEnroe 1984
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2012
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3)
22 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985
21 Sweden Björn Borg 1978
Serbia Novak Djokovic (4) 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic (5) 2016
20 Sweden Björn Borg 1979

Season totals[edit]

# Titles Year
18 Australia Rod Laver[6] 1969
16 Romania Ilie Năstase 1973
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
15 Australia Rod Laver[7] 1970
United States Jimmy Connors 1974
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1982
13 Sweden Björn Borg 1979
United States John McEnroe 1984
12 Romania Ilie Năstase (2) 1972
United States Jimmy Connors (2) 1976
Sweden Björn Borg (2) 1977
Austria Thomas Muster 1995
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
# Match wins Year
134 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
125 Romania Ilie Năstase 1973
120 Romania Ilie Năstase (2) 1972
110 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1980
109 United States Brian Gottfried 1977
106 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (2) 1982
102 United States Arthur Ashe 1975
97 Australia Rod Laver 1969
United States Jimmy Connors 1976
96 United States John McEnroe 1979
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (3) 1981
% W–L Match record Year
96.5 82–3 United States John McEnroe 1984
95.9 94–4 United States Jimmy Connors 1974
95.3 81–4 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005
94.8 92–5 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
93.3 84–6 Sweden Björn Borg 1979
93.2 82–6 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
92.5 74–6 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1986
74–6 Switzerland Roger Federer 2004
92.3 84–7 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985
92.2 106–9 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1982
minimum 70 wins

Tournament totals[edit]

  • Grand Slam tournaments in bold.
# Titles Tournament First–last
14 Spain Rafael Nadal French Open 200522
12 Spain Rafael Nadal (2) Barcelona 2005–21
11 Spain Rafael Nadal (3) Monte-Carlo 2005–18
10 Switzerland Roger Federer (2) Halle 2003–19
Basel 2006–19
Spain Rafael Nadal (4) Rome 2005–21
9 Serbia Novak Djokovic Australian Open 200821
8 Argentina Guillermo Vilas Buenos Aires 1973–82
Switzerland Roger Federer (4) Wimbledon 200317
Dubai 2003–19
7 United States Pete Sampras Wimbledon 19932000
Switzerland Roger Federer (5) Cincinnati 2005–15
6 United States Jimmy Connors Birmingham 1974–80
Sweden Björn Borg French Open 197481
Hungary Balázs Taróczy Hilversum 1976–82
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl Canada 1980–89
United States Andre Agassi Miami 1990–2003
Switzerland Roger Federer (7) Australian Open 200418
ATP Finals 2003–11
Serbia Novak Djokovic (6) Beijing 2009–15
Miami 2007–16
Wimbledon 2011–21
Paris 2009–21
Rome 2008–22
United States John Isner Atlanta 2013–21
# Finals Tournament First–last
15 Switzerland Roger Federer Basel 2000–19
14 Spain Rafael Nadal French Open 2005–22
13 Switzerland Roger Federer (2) Halle 2003–19
12 Spain Rafael Nadal (4) Monte-Carlo 2005–18
Barcelona 2005–21
Rome 2005–21
Switzerland Roger Federer (3) Wimbledon 2003–19
Serbia Novak Djokovic Rome 2008–22
10 Argentina Guillermo Vilas Buenos Aires 1972–82
Switzerland Roger Federer (5) ATP Finals 2003–15
Dubai 2003–19
9 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (2) ATP Finals 1980–88
Canada 1980–92
Switzerland Roger Federer (6) Indian Wells 2004–19
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) Australian Open 2008–21
US Open 2007–21
United States John Isner Atlanta 2010–21
8 United States John McEnroe WCT Finals 1979–89
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (3) US Open 1982–89
Germany Boris Becker ATP Finals 1985–96
United States Pete Sampras US Open 1990–2002
United States Andre Agassi (2) Miami 1990–2003
San Jose 1990–2003
Spain Rafael Nadal (5) Madrid 2005–17
Switzerland Roger Federer (7) Cincinnati 2005–18

Winning streaks[edit]

▲ indicates active streaks.
# Titles Years
10 Sweden Björn Borg 1979–80
8 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981–82
United States John McEnroe 1984–85
7 Australia Rod Laver 1969
United States John McEnroe 1983–84
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–07
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16
6 United States Jimmy Connors 1974
Sweden Björn Borg 1977
Austria Thomas Muster 1995
# Finals Years
18 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981–82
17 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16
13 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
Sweden Björn Borg 1979–80
11 United States John McEnroe 1983–84
9 Romania Ilie Năstase 1973
United States Jimmy Connors 1974
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
8 Australia Rod Laver 1968–69
United States Jimmy Connors 1973
United States John McEnroe 1984–85
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985
Switzerland Roger Federer 2007
# Matches Years
49 Sweden Björn Borg[a] 1978
48 Sweden Björn Borg[a] 1979–80
46 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
44 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981–82
43 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2010–11
42 United States John McEnroe 1984
41 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–07
36 United States Jimmy Connors 1975
35 United States Jimmy Connors 1974
Austria Thomas Muster 1995
Switzerland Roger Federer 2005
# Top 10 wins Years
24 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–05
17 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–07
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16
16 Sweden Björn Borg 1978
15 Sweden Björn Borg 1979–80
14 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012–13
Spain Rafael Nadal 2012–13
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2018
13 United States John McEnroe 1983–84
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–06
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2013

Winning streaks per court type

# Hard Years
56 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
47 United States Jimmy Connors 1974–75
36 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–07
35 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2010–11
34 United States Pete Sampras 1994
United States Pete Sampras 1996–97
# Clay Years
81 Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–07
53 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
48 Sweden Björn Borg 1977–79
40 Austria Thomas Muster 1995
38 Romania Ilie Năstase 1973
Austria Thomas Muster 1995–96
# Grass Years
65 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–08
41 Sweden Björn Borg 1976–81
24 Australia Rod Laver 1969–70
23 United States John McEnroe 1980–82
United States Pete Sampras 1994–96
United States Pete Sampras 1998–00
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2018–22
# Carpet[b] Years
65 United States John McEnroe 1983–85
51 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981–83
30 United States Jimmy Connors 1974–75
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985–86
27 United States Arthur Ashe 1975
# Outdoor Years
51 Sweden Björn Borg 1977–78
46 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
43 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2010–11
42 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
39 United States Pete Sampras 1994
# Indoor Years
66 Czech Republic Ivan Lendl 1981–83
53 United States John McEnroe 1983–84
38 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012–15
35 Czech Republic Ivan Lendl 1985–86
33 United States Jimmy Connors 1974–75

Court type totals[edit]

  Active surface
  Defunct surface

Match stats correct as of 2022 Italian Open

Titles[edit]

# Hard
71 Switzerland Roger Federer
62 Serbia Novak Djokovic
46 United States Andre Agassi
43 United States Jimmy Connors
35 United States Pete Sampras
34 United Kingdom Andy Murray
31 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
25 Australia Rod Laver
Spain Rafael Nadal
22 Sweden Stefan Edberg
# Clay
63 Spain Rafael Nadal
49 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
40 Austria Thomas Muster
32 Sweden Björn Borg
31 Romania Ilie Năstase
Spain Manuel Orantes
28 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
21 Argentina José Luis Clerc
20 Sweden Mats Wilander
18 Serbia Novak Djokovic
# Grass
19 Switzerland Roger Federer
10 United States Pete Sampras
9 Australia Rod Laver
United States Jimmy Connors
8 Australia Ken Rosewall
United States Stan Smith
Soviet Union Alex Metreveli
United States John McEnroe
Australia Lleyton Hewitt
United Kingdom Andy Murray
# Carpet[b]
45 United States Jimmy Connors
43 United States John McEnroe
32 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
26 Germany Boris Becker
23 Australia Rod Laver
22 Sweden Björn Borg
United States Arthur Ashe
19 United States Stan Smith
Romania Ilie Năstase
16 United States Pete Sampras
# Outdoor
90 Spain Rafael Nadal
77 Switzerland Roger Federer
73 Serbia Novak Djokovic
56 United States Jimmy Connors
53 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
52 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
48 United States Andre Agassi
44 Australia Rod Laver
43 Austria Thomas Muster
42 Sweden Björn Borg
# Indoor
53 United States Jimmy Connors
52 United States John McEnroe
42 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
30 Germany Boris Becker
28 Australia Rod Laver
26 Romania Ilie Năstase
United States Stan Smith
Switzerland Roger Federer
25 United States Arthur Ashe
24 Sweden Björn Borg

Match record[edit]

% W–L Hard
84.2 636–119 Serbia Novak Djokovic
83.5 783–155 Switzerland Roger Federer
83.2 489–99 United States Jimmy Connors
82.8 400–83 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
81.6 289–65 United States John McEnroe
80.6 429–103 United States Pete Sampras
78.9 592–158 United States Andre Agassi
78.44 382–105 Sweden Stefan Edberg
78.37 511–141 Spain Rafael Nadal
77.4 219–64 Germany Boris Becker
minimum 200 wins
% W–L Clay
91.3 474–45 Spain Rafael Nadal
86.1 285–46 Sweden Björn Borg
81.0 329–77 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
80.3 257–63 Serbia Novak Djokovic
79.7 681–173 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
78.9 422–113 Romania Ilie Năstase
78.8 134–36 Australia Ken Rosewall
77.3 307–90 Argentina José Luis Clerc
77.1 555–165 Spain Manuel Orantes
77.0 426–127 Austria Thomas Muster
minimum 100 wins
% W–L Grass
86.9 192–29 Switzerland Roger Federer
85.8 121–20 United States John McEnroe
85.2 104–18 Serbia Novak Djokovic
84.8 95–17 Australia Rod Laver
83.5 101–20 United States Pete Sampras
83.0 185–38 United States Jimmy Connors
82.3 116–25 Germany Boris Becker
82.1 115–25 United Kingdom Andy Murray
81.8 72–16 Sweden Björn Borg
81.5 119–27 Soviet Union Alex Metreveli
minimum 50 wins
% W–L Carpet[b]
84.3 349–65 United States John McEnroe
82.5 392–83 United States Jimmy Connors
82.4 258–55 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
81.2 181–42 Sweden Björn Borg
80.1 258–64 Germany Boris Becker
78.2 208–58 Australia Rod Laver
76.9 286–86 United States Arthur Ashe
75.9 142–45 United States Pete Sampras
73.5 166–60 Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov
71.4 205–82 United States Stan Smith
minimum 100 wins
% W–L Outdoor
85.0 966–171 Spain Rafael Nadal
84.2 840–158 Serbia Novak Djokovic
83.3 430–86 Sweden Björn Borg
82.3 953–205 Switzerland Roger Federer
82.0 787–173 United States Jimmy Connors
80.9 727–172 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
80.8 345–82 Australia Rod Laver
78.6 460–125 United States John McEnroe
77.74 702–201 United States Andre Agassi
77.67 814–234 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
minimum 200 wins
% W–L Indoor
85.3 423–73 United States John McEnroe
83.0 341–70 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
81.6 487–110 United States Jimmy Connors
81.0 298–70 Switzerland Roger Federer
80.6 224–54 Sweden Björn Borg
79.8 297–75 West Germany Boris Becker
78.4 167–46 Serbia Novak Djokovic
78.3 231–64 Australia Rod Laver
77.7 213–61 United States Pete Sampras
76.4 149–46 United Kingdom Andy Murray
minimum 100 wins
Match wins[edit]
# Hard
783 Switzerland Roger Federer
636 Serbia Novak Djokovic
592 United States Andre Agassi
511 Spain Rafael Nadal
489 United States Jimmy Connors
476 United Kingdom Andy Murray
429 United States Pete Sampras
427 United States Andy Roddick
415 United States Michael Chang
401 Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych
# Clay
681 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
569 Spain Manuel Orantes
474 Spain Rafael Nadal
426 Austria Thomas Muster
422 Romania Ilie Năstase
394 Spain José Higueras
382 United States Eddie Dibbs
337 Spain Carlos Moyá
335 Spain David Ferrer
329 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Ecuador Andrés Gómez
# Grass
192 Switzerland Roger Federer
185 United States Jimmy Connors
164 Australia John Newcombe
157 Australia Phil Dent
148 Australia John Alexander
145 Australia Ken Rosewall
143 United States Stan Smith
136 Australia Tony Roche
132 United States Arthur Ashe
129 Australia Lleyton Hewitt
# Carpet[b]
392 United States Jimmy Connors
349 United States John McEnroe
286 United States Arthur Ashe
259 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
258 Germany Boris Becker
223 Romania Ilie Năstase
216 United States Brian Gottfried
208 Australia Rod Laver
205 United States Stan Smith
196 United States Vitas Gerulaitis
# Outdoor
966 Spain Rafael Nadal
953 Switzerland Roger Federer
840 Serbia Novak Djokovic
814 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
787 United States Jimmy Connors
727 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
702 United States Andre Agassi
638 Spain Manuel Orantes
628 Spain David Ferrer
584 Romania Ilie Năstase
# Indoor
487 United States Jimmy Connors
423 United States John McEnroe
341 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
339 United States Arthur Ashe
309 Romania Ilie Năstase
307 United States Brian Gottfried
303 United States Stan Smith
298 Switzerland Roger Federer
297 Germany Boris Becker
257 Sweden Stefan Edberg

Per season totals[edit]

Titles & finals[edit]

10+ titles Years
United States Jimmy Connors 4 1973–78
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981–89
Australia Rod Laver[c] 3 1968–70
United States John McEnroe 1979, 81, 84
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–06
Romania Ilie Năstase 2 1972–73
Sweden Björn Borg 1977, 79
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005, 13
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011, 15
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1 1977
Austria Thomas Muster 1995
United States Pete Sampras 1994
5+ titles Years
United States Jimmy Connors 11 1972–84
Switzerland Roger Federer 10 2003–17
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2007–21
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 9 1980–90
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–18
Australia Rod Laver[c] 8 1968–75
United States John McEnroe 1978–85
Sweden Björn Borg 7 1974–80
United States Pete Sampras 1992–99
Romania Ilie Năstase 6 1971–76
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1974–82
Germany Boris Becker 1986–96
United States Andre Agassi 1988–2002
1+ title Years
Spain Rafael Nadal 19 2004–22
United States Andre Agassi 18 1987–2005
Switzerland Roger Federer 2001–19
Serbia Novak Djokovic 17 2006–22
United States Jimmy Connors 15 1972–89
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 14 1980–93
United Kingdom Andy Murray 13 2006–19
United States John McEnroe 1978–91
Sweden Stefan Edberg 12 1984–95
Germany Boris Becker 1985–96
United States Andy Roddick 2001–12
United States Pete Sampras 1990–2002
United States Michael Chang 1988–2000
1+ final Years
Switzerland Roger Federer 20 2000–19
United States Jimmy Connors 19 1971–89
Spain Rafael Nadal 2004–22
United States Andre Agassi 18 1987-2005
France Gaël Monfils 2005–22
Serbia Novak Djokovic 17 2006–22
Spain Manuel Orantes 16 1968–83
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1979–94
Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych 15 2004–19
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2005–22
United States John McEnroe 14 1978–91
Spain Carlos Moyá 1995–2008
Germany Boris Becker 1985–99
Per consecutive seasons[edit]
2+ titles Cons. Years
Spain Rafael Nadal 18 2005–22
Serbia Novak Djokovic 16 2006–21
United States Jimmy Connors 13 1972–84
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 12 1980–91
Germany Boris Becker 1985–96
United States Pete Sampras 11 1990–2000
Switzerland Roger Federer 2002–12
United Kingdom Andy Murray 10 2007–16
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1974–83
Sweden Stefan Edberg 9 1984–92
1+ title Cons. Years
Spain Rafael Nadal 19 2004–22
Serbia Novak Djokovic 17 2006–22
Switzerland Roger Federer 15 2001–15
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 14 1980–93
United States Jimmy Connors 13 1972–84
Sweden Stefan Edberg 12 1984–95
Germany Boris Becker 1985–96
United States Andy Roddick 2001–12
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2006–17

Olympic tournaments[edit]

Tennis was reinstated as an official Olympic sport in 1988. There have been nine tournaments in the Open Era.

Most gold medals
2 United Kingdom Andy Murray
Most medals
2 Chile Fernando González
Argentina Juan Martín del Potro
United Kingdom Andy Murray
% W–L Match record
92.3 12–1 United Kingdom Andy Murray
88.9 8–1 Switzerland Marc Rosset
83.3 10–2 Chile Fernando González
Spain Rafael Nadal
Argentina Juan Martín del Potro
80.0 8–2 Chile Nicolás Massú
73.3 11–4 Japan Kei Nishikori
72.2 13–5 Switzerland Roger Federer
68.4 13–6 Serbia Novak Djokovic
minimum 7 wins
# Match wins
13 Switzerland Roger Federer
Serbia Novak Djokovic
12 United Kingdom Andy Murray
11 Japan Kei Nishikori
10 Chile Fernando González
Spain Rafael Nadal
Argentina Juan Martín del Potro
8 Switzerland Marc Rosset
Chile Nicolás Massú
# Appearances
5 Chinese Taipei Lu Yen-hsun
4 Croatia Goran Ivanišević
Romania Andrei Pavel
Switzerland Roger Federer
Croatia Marin Čilić
Serbia Novak Djokovic
Japan Kei Nishikori
France Gilles Simon

ATP rankings achievements[edit]

ATP rankings began in 1973. These weekly rankings determine tournament eligibility and seedings. At the end of each year they also become the official ATP season rankings.

Rankings weeks[edit]

  • The ATP Tour was suspended from 16 March to 21 August 2020. The ATP ranking was frozen from 23 March to 23 August 2020.

Correct as of 4 July 2022 with (▲) indicating active streaks.[12]

# No. 1[13]
373 Serbia Novak Djokovic
310 Switzerland Roger Federer
286 United States Pete Sampras
270 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
268 United States Jimmy Connors
# Top 2
579 Spain Rafael Nadal
528 Switzerland Roger Federer
520 Serbia Novak Djokovic
385 United States Jimmy Connors
377 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
# Top 3
750 Switzerland Roger Federer
672 Serbia Novak Djokovic
657 Spain Rafael Nadal
591 United States Jimmy Connors
499 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
# Top 4
804 Switzerland Roger Federer
727 Spain Rafael Nadal
704 Serbia Novak Djokovic
669 United States Jimmy Connors
540 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
# Top 5
859 Switzerland Roger Federer
808 Spain Rafael Nadal
715 Serbia Novak Djokovic
706 United States Jimmy Connors
563 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
# Top 10
968 Switzerland Roger Federer
876 Spain Rafael Nadal
817 United States Jimmy Connors
747 United States Andre Agassi
741 Serbia Novak Djokovic
Consecutive weeks
# Cons. No. 1 Years
237 Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–08
160 United States Jimmy Connors 1974–77
157 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985–88
122 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014–16
102 United States Pete Sampras 1996–98
# Cons. top 2
346 Switzerland Roger Federer
325 Serbia Novak Djokovic
282 United States Jimmy Connors
280 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
212 Spain Rafael Nadal
# Cons. top 3
465 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
432 Switzerland Roger Federer
399 Serbia Novak Djokovic
391 United States Pete Sampras
377 United States Jimmy Connors
# Cons. top 4
651 United States Jimmy Connors
525 Serbia Novak Djokovic
523 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
522 Switzerland Roger Federer
403 United States Pete Sampras
# Cons. top 5
659 United States Jimmy Connors
558 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
548 Switzerland Roger Federer
535 Serbia Novak Djokovic
522 Spain Rafael Nadal
# Cons. top 10
876 Spain Rafael Nadal
788 United States Jimmy Connors
734 Switzerland Roger Federer
619 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
565 United States Pete Sampras

Year-end rankings[edit]

# No. 1
7 Serbia Novak Djokovic
6 United States Pete Sampras
5 United States Jimmy Connors
Switzerland Roger Federer
Spain Rafael Nadal
# Top 2
12 Spain Rafael Nadal
11 Switzerland Roger Federer
10 Serbia Novak Djokovic
8 United States Jimmy Connors
7 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
# Top 3
15 Switzerland Roger Federer
14 Serbia Novak Djokovic
13 Spain Rafael Nadal
12 United States Jimmy Connors
10 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
# Top 4
15 Switzerland Roger Federer
14 United States Jimmy Connors
Spain Rafael Nadal
Serbia Novak Djokovic
10 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
# Top 5
16 Switzerland Roger Federer
15 Spain Rafael Nadal
14 United States Jimmy Connors
Serbia Novak Djokovic
11 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
# Top 10
18 Switzerland Roger Federer
17 Spain Rafael Nadal
16 United States Jimmy Connors
United States Andre Agassi
14 Serbia Novak Djokovic
Consecutive years
# Cons. No. 1 Years
6 United States Pete Sampras 1993–98
5 United States Jimmy Connors 1974–78
4 United States John McEnroe 1981–84
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–07
3 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1985–87
# Cons. Top 2
8 Switzerland Roger Federer
7 Spain Rafael Nadal
6 United States Jimmy Connors
United States John McEnroe
United States Pete Sampras
Serbia Novak Djokovic
# Cons. Top 3
12 United States Jimmy Connors
10 Switzerland Roger Federer
Serbia Novak Djokovic
9 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Pete Sampras
# Cons. Top 4
13 United States Jimmy Connors
10 Switzerland Roger Federer
Spain Rafael Nadal
Serbia Novak Djokovic
9 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
United States Pete Sampras
# Cons. Top 5
13 United States Jimmy Connors
11 Spain Rafael Nadal
10 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Switzerland Roger Federer
Serbia Novak Djokovic
# Cons. Top 10
17 Spain Rafael Nadal
16 United States Jimmy Connors
14 Switzerland Roger Federer
13 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
12 United States Pete Sampras


Prize money[edit]

Prize money has increased throughout the open era, in some cases greatly in a short time span. For example, the Australian Open winner received A$916,000 in 2004 and A$2,875,000 in 2022.[14]

  • Career totals include doubles prize money and are not inflation-adjusted.[15]
Prize money Career Ending
$156,541,453 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2022
$130,681,472 Spain Rafael Nadal 2022
$130,594,339 Switzerland Roger Federer 2021
$62,733,749 United Kingdom Andy Murray 2022
$43,280,489 United States Pete Sampras 2002
$34,953,913 Switzerland Stan Wawrinka 2022
$32,407,055 Germany Alexander Zverev 2022
$31,483,911 Spain David Ferrer 2019
$31,152,975 United States Andre Agassi 2006
$30,468,623 Croatia Marin Čilić 2022
Prize money Single season Year
$21,146,145 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
$16,349,701 United Kingdom Andy Murray 2016
$16,349,586 Spain Rafael Nadal 2019
$15,967,184 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2018
$15,864,000 Spain Rafael Nadal 2017
$14,570,935 Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
$14,250,527 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014
$14,138,824 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2016
$13,372,355 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2019
$13,054,856 Switzerland Roger Federer 2017

Miscellaneous[edit]

Youngest and oldest[edit]

Age at first title Event
16y 2m United States Aaron Krickstein 1983 Tel Aviv
16y 7m United States Michael Chang 1988 San Francisco
16y 10m Australia Lleyton Hewitt 1998 Adelaide
17y 6m Argentina Guillermo Pérez Roldán 1987 Munich
17y 6m Germany Boris Becker 1985 Queen's Club
17y 6m United States Andre Agassi 1987 Itaparica
17y 7m Sweden Björn Borg 1974 Auckland
17y 7m Australia Pat Cash 1983 Melbourne
17y 9m Sweden Mats Wilander 1982 French Open
17y 9m Ukraine Andriy Medvedev 1992 Genoa
Age at last title Event
44y 7m United States Pancho Gonzales 1972 Kingston
43y Australia Ken Rosewall[d] 1977 Tokyo
38y 2m Switzerland Roger Federer 2019 Basel
37y 9m Spain Feliciano López 2019 Queen's Club
37y 8m United States Marty Riessen 1979 Lafayette
37y 5m Australia Rod Laver[c] 1976 Detroit
37y 5m Croatia Ivo Karlović 2016 Los Cabos
37y 1m United States Jimmy Connors 1989 Tel Aviv
36y 10m Australia Roy Emerson 1973 Pacific Coast
36y 7m South Africa Cliff Drysdale 1978 Baltimore

Grand Slams[edit]

Youngest finalist or winner Event
17y 3m United States Michael Chang 1989 French Open
17y 7m West Germany Boris Becker 1985 Wimbledon
17y 9m Sweden Mats Wilander 1982 French Open
18y 0m Sweden Björn Borg 1974 French Open
19y 0m Spain Rafael Nadal 2005 French Open
Oldest winner Event
37y 2m Australia Ken Rosewall 1972 Australian Open
36y 5m Switzerland Roger Federer 2018 Australian Open
36y 0m Spain Rafael Nadal 2022 French Open
34y 10m Spain Andrés Gimeno 1972 French Open
34y 1m Serbia Novak Djokovic 2021 Wimbledon
Oldest finalist Event
39y 10m Australia Ken Rosewall 1974 US Open
37y 11m Switzerland Roger Federer 2019 Wimbledon
36y 0m Spain Rafael Nadal 2022 French Open
35y 4m United States Andre Agassi 2005 US Open
34y 10m Spain Andres Gimeno 1972 French Open

No. 1 & Top 10[edit]

Youngest No. 1 20y 9m Australia Lleyton Hewitt 2001
Year-end No. 1 20y 10m Australia Lleyton Hewitt 2001
Top 10 17y United States Aaron Krickstein 1984
Year-end Top 10 17y 10m United States Michael Chang 1989
Oldest No. 1 36y 10m Switzerland Roger Federer 2018
Year-end No. 1 34y 7m Serbia Novak Djokovic 2021
Top 10 41y 8m Australia Ken Rosewall 1976
Year-end Top 10 41y 1m Australia Ken Rosewall 1975

Win percentage[