Tennis Masters Series records and statistics

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In tennis, the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 is a term applied to a series of nine men's tennis tournaments that are ranked below the four majors and Year-end championships and are the most prestigious tournaments on the ATP World Tour. The Grand Prix Super Series was the predecessor to the Masters 1000 series before the ATP took control of the tour in 1990. Since 1990, the Masters 1000 series has undergone numerous name changes with Association of Tennis Professionals being at the head of men's tennis.

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

Ivan Lendl and Novak Djokovic are the only players to win all nine events during their careers. However, since the creation of the "Masters 1000" in 2009, Novak Djokovic is the only player to claim all nine ATP Masters 1000 events. Winning all nine events during a career has been called a "Career 'Golden Masters'".[1] Rafael Nadal holds the record for the greatest number of ATP Masters 1000 singles titles, winning 35 titles to date. Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan have won the most doubles titles of all-time with 39.

History[edit]

The circuit began in 1970 with the inception of the Grand Prix Super Series (1970–1989), a collection of events held on both the Grand Prix, WCT and ITF Independent tours. This is the equivalent to what is now branded as the Masters 1000 series which came into existence in 1990 when the ATP took control of the tour. With the advent of the ATP Tour in 1990, the events became known as the ATP Championship Series, Single Week for six years from 1990 to 1995. From 1996 through 1999, the series was known as the Mercedes-Benz Super 9.[2] In 2000, the name was changed to the Tennis Masters Series and then changed to ATP Masters Series in 2004. The present name, ATP World Tour Masters 1000, took effect in 2009.

Tournament winners[edit]

Singles[edit]

↓ATP Tour↓
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome Canada Cincinnati Stockholm Paris
1990 Sweden Edberg (1/4) United States Agassi (1/17) Soviet Union Chesnokov (1/2) Spain Aguilera Austria Muster (1/8) United States Chang (1/7) Sweden Edberg (2/4) Germany Becker (1/5) Sweden Edberg (3/4)
1991 United States Courier (1/5) United States Courier (2/5) Spain Bruguera (1/2) Czechoslovakia Nováček Spain E. Sánchez Soviet Union Chesnokov (2/2) France Forget (1/2) Germany Becker (2/5) France Forget (2/2)
1992 United States Chang (2/7) United States Chang (3/7) Austria Muster (2/8) Sweden Edberg (4/4) United States Courier (3/5) United States Agassi (2/17) United States Sampras (1/11) Croatia Ivanišević (1/2) Germany Becker (3/5)
1993 United States Courier (4/5) United States Sampras (2/11) Spain Bruguera (2/2) Germany Stich (1/2) United States Courier (5/5) Sweden Pernfors United States Chang (4/7) Germany Stich (2/2) Croatia Ivanišević (2/2)
1994 United States Sampras (3/11) United States Sampras (4/11) Ukraine A. Medvedev (1/4) Ukraine A. Medvedev (2/4) United States Sampras (5/11) United States Agassi (3/17) United States Chang (5/7) Germany Becker (4/5) United States Agassi (4/17)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome Canada Cincinnati Essen Paris
1995 United States Sampras (6/11) United States Agassi (5/17) Austria Muster (3/8) Ukraine A. Medvedev (3/4) Austria Muster (4/8) United States Agassi (6/17) United States Agassi (7/17) Austria Muster (5/8) United States Sampras (7/11)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome Cincinnati Canada Stuttgart Paris
1996 United States Chang (6/7) United States Agassi (8/17) Austria Muster (6/8) Spain Carretero Austria Muster (7/8) United States Agassi (9/17) South Africa Ferreira (1/2) Germany Becker (5/5) Sweden Enqvist (1/3)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome Canada Cincinnati Stuttgart Paris
1997 United States Chang (7/7) Austria Muster (8/8) Chile Ríos (1/5) Ukraine A. Medvedev (4/4) Spain Corretja (1/2) United States Woodruff United States Sampras (8/11) Czech Republic Korda United States Sampras (9/11)
1998 Chile Ríos (2/5) Chile Ríos (3/5) Spain Moyá (1/3) Spain Costa Chile Ríos (4/5) Australia Rafter (1/2) Australia Rafter (2/2) Netherlands Krajicek (1/2) United Kingdom Rusedski
1999 Australia Philippoussis Netherlands Krajicek (2/2) Brazil Kuerten (1/5) Chile Ríos (5/5) Brazil Kuerten (2/5) Sweden Johansson United States Sampras (10/11) Sweden Enqvist (2/3) United States Agassi (10/17)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Rome Hamburg Canada Cincinnati Stuttgart Paris
2000 Spain Corretja (2/2) United States Sampras (11/11) France Pioline Sweden Norman Brazil Kuerten (3/5) Russia Safin (1/5) Sweden Enqvist (3/3) South Africa Ferreira (2/2) Russia Safin (2/5)
2001 United States Agassi (11/17) United States Agassi (12/17) Brazil Kuerten (4/5) Spain Ferrero (1/4) Spain Portas Romania Pavel Brazil Kuerten (5/5) Germany Haas France Grosjean
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Rome Hamburg Canada Cincinnati Madrid Paris
2002 Australia Hewitt (1/2) United States Agassi (13/17) Spain Ferrero (2/4) United States Agassi (14/17) Switzerland Federer (1/28) Argentina Cañas Spain Moyá (2/3) United States Agassi (15/17) Russia Safin (3/5)
2003 Australia Hewitt (2/2) United States Agassi (16/17) Spain Ferrero (3/4) Spain Mantilla Argentina Coria (1/2) United States Roddick (1/5) United States Roddick (2/5) Spain Ferrero (4/4) United Kingdom Henman
2004 Switzerland Federer (2/28) United States Roddick (3/5) Argentina Coria (2/2) Spain Moyá (3/3) Switzerland Federer (3/28) Switzerland Federer (4/28) United States Agassi (17/17) Russia Safin (4/5) Russia Safin (5/5)
2005 Switzerland Federer (5/28) Switzerland Federer (6/28) Spain Nadal (1/35) Spain Nadal (2/35) Switzerland Federer (7/28) Spain Nadal (3/35) Switzerland Federer (8/28) Spain Nadal (4/35) Czech Republic Berdych
2006 Switzerland Federer (9/28) Switzerland Federer (10/28) Spain Nadal (5/35) Spain Nadal (6/35) Spain Robredo Switzerland Federer (11/28) United States Roddick (4/5) Switzerland Federer (12/28) Russia Davydenko (1/3)
2007 Spain Nadal (7/35) Serbia Djokovic (1/34) Spain Nadal (8/35) Spain Nadal (9/35) Switzerland Federer (13/28) Serbia Djokovic (2/34) Switzerland Federer (14/28) Argentina Nalbandian (1/2) Argentina Nalbandian (2/2)
2008 Serbia Djokovic (3/34) Russia Davydenko (2/3) Spain Nadal (10/35) Serbia Djokovic (4/34) Spain Nadal (11/35) Spain Nadal (12/35) United Kingdom Murray (1/14) United Kingdom Murray (2/14) France Tsonga (1/2)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Rome Madrid Canada Cincinnati Shanghai Paris
2009 Spain Nadal (13/35) United Kingdom Murray (3/14) Spain Nadal (14/35) Spain Nadal (15/35) Switzerland Federer (15/28) United Kingdom Murray (4/14) Switzerland Federer (16/28) Russia Davydenko (3/3) Serbia Djokovic (5/34)
2010 Croatia Ljubičić United States Roddick (5/5) Spain Nadal (16/35) Spain Nadal (17/35) Spain Nadal (18/35) United Kingdom Murray (5/14) Switzerland Federer (17/28) United Kingdom Murray (6/14) Sweden Söderling
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Madrid Rome Canada Cincinnati Shanghai Paris
2011 Serbia Djokovic (6/34) Serbia Djokovic (7/34) Spain Nadal (19/35) Serbia Djokovic (8/34) Serbia Djokovic (9/34) Serbia Djokovic (10/34) United Kingdom Murray (7/14) United Kingdom Murray (8/14) Switzerland Federer (18/28)
2012 Switzerland Federer (19/28) Serbia Djokovic (11/34) Spain Nadal (20/35) Switzerland Federer (20/28) Spain Nadal (21/35) Serbia Djokovic (12/34) Switzerland Federer (21/28) Serbia Djokovic (13/34) Spain Ferrer
2013 Spain Nadal (22/35) United Kingdom Murray (9/14) Serbia Djokovic (14/34) Spain Nadal (23/35) Spain Nadal (24/35) Spain Nadal (25/35) Spain Nadal (26/35) Serbia Djokovic (15/34) Serbia Djokovic (16/34)
2014 Serbia Djokovic (17/34) Serbia Djokovic (18/34) Switzerland Wawrinka Spain Nadal (27/35) Serbia Djokovic (19/34) France Tsonga (2/2) Switzerland Federer (22/28) Switzerland Federer (23/28) Serbia Djokovic (20/34)
2015 Serbia Djokovic (21/34) Serbia Djokovic (22/34) Serbia Djokovic (23/34) United Kingdom Murray (10/14) Serbia Djokovic (24/34) United Kingdom Murray (11/14) Switzerland Federer (24/28) Serbia Djokovic (25/34) Serbia Djokovic (26/34)
2016 Serbia Djokovic (27/34) Serbia Djokovic (28/34) Spain Nadal (28/35) Serbia Djokovic (29/34) United Kingdom Murray (12/14) Serbia Djokovic (30/34) Croatia Čilić United Kingdom Murray (13/14) United Kingdom Murray (14/14)
2017 Switzerland Federer (25/28) Switzerland Federer (26/28) Spain Nadal (29/35) Spain Nadal (30/35) Germany Zverev (1/3) Germany Zverev (2/3) Bulgaria Dimitrov Switzerland Federer (27/28) United States Sock
2018 Argentina del Potro United States Isner Spain Nadal (31/35) Germany Zverev (3/3) Spain Nadal (32/35) Spain Nadal (33/35) Serbia Djokovic (31/34) Serbia Djokovic (32/34) Russia Khachanov
2019 Austria Thiem Switzerland Federer (28/28) Italy Fognini Serbia Djokovic (33/34) Spain Nadal (34/35) Spain Nadal (35/35) Russia D. Medvedev (1/2) Russia D. Medvedev (2/2) Serbia Djokovic (34/34)
2020

Doubles[edit]

↓ATP Tour↓
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome Canada Cincinnati Stockholm Paris
1990 West Germany Becker (1/2)
France Forget (1/3)
United States Leach (1/4)
United States Pugh
Czechoslovakia Korda (1/3)
Czechoslovakia Šmíd
Spain Bruguera
United States Courier (1/3)
Spain Casal (1/3)
Spain E. Sánchez (1/3)
United States Annacone
United States Wheaton
Australia Cahill
Australia M. Kratzmann
France Forget (2/3)
Switzerland Hlasek (1/2)
United States Davis
United States Pate
1991 United States Courier (2/3)
Spain J. Sánchez (1/2)
South Africa W. Ferreira (1/6)
South Africa Norval (1/2)
United States Jensen
Australia Warder
Spain Casal (2/3)
Spain E. Sánchez (2/3)
Italy Camporese
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivanišević
United States Galbraith (1/5)
United States Witsken (1/2)
United States Flach (1/2)
United States Seguso
Australia Fitzgerald (1/2)
Sweden Järryd (1/2)
Australia Fitzgerald (2/2)
Sweden Järryd (2/2)
1992 United States DeVries
Australia Macpherson
United States Flach (2/2)
United States Witsken (2/2)
Germany Becker (2/2)
Germany Stich
Spain Casal (3/3)
Spain E. Sánchez (3/3)
Switzerland Hlasek (2/2)
Switzerland Rosset
United States Galbraith (2/5)
South Africa Visser
Australia Woodbridge (1/18)
Australia Woodforde (1/14)
Australia Woodbridge (2/18)
Australia Woodforde (2/14)
United States J. McEnroe
United States P. McEnroe
1993 France Forget (3/3)
France Leconte
Netherlands Krajicek
Netherlands Siemerink (1/2)
Sweden Edberg
Czech Republic Korda (2/3)
Netherlands Haarhuis (1/10)
Netherlands Koevermans
Netherlands Eltingh (1/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (2/10)
United States Courier (3/3)
The Bahamas Knowles (1/16)
United States Agassi
Czech Republic Korda (3/3)
Australia Woodbridge (3/18)
Australia Woodforde (3/14)
Zimbabwe B. Black (1/5)
United States Stark (1/2)
1994 Canada Connell (1/3)
United States Galbraith (3/5)
Netherlands Eltingh (2/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (3/10)
Sweden Kulti (1/2)
Sweden Larsson
United States Melville
South Africa Norval (2/2)
Russia Kafelnikov (1/7)
Czech Republic Rikl (1/4)
Zimbabwe B. Black (2/5)
United States Stark (2/2)
United States O'Brien (1/5)
Australia Stolle (1/4)
Australia Woodbridge (4/18)
Australia Woodforde (4/14)
Netherlands Eltingh (3/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (4/10)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome Canada Cincinnati Essen Paris
1995 United States Ho
New Zealand Steven
Australia Woodbridge (5/18)
Australia Woodforde (5/14)
Netherlands Eltingh (4/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (5/10)
South Africa W. Ferreira (2/6)
Russia Kafelnikov (2/7)
Czech Republic Suk (1/2)
Czech Republic Vacek
Russia Kafelnikov (3/7)
Russia Olhovskiy
Australia Woodbridge (6/18)
Australia Woodforde (6/14)
Netherlands Eltingh (5/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (6/10)
Canada Connell (2/3)
United States Galbraith (4/5)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome Cincinnati Canada Stuttgart Paris
1996 Australia Woodbridge (7/18)
Australia Woodforde (7/14)
Australia Woodbridge (8/18)
Australia Woodforde (8/14)
South Africa E. Ferreira (1/4)
Netherlands Siemerink (2/2)
The Bahamas Knowles (2/17)
Canada Nestor (1/28)
Zimbabwe B. Black (3/5)
Canada Connell (3/3)
United States Galbraith (5/5)
Netherlands Haarhuis (7/10)
The Bahamas Knowles (3/17)
Canada Nestor (2/28)
Canada Lareau (1/4)
United States O'Brien (2/5)
Netherlands Eltingh (6/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (8/10)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Hamburg Rome Canada Cincinnati Stuttgart Paris
1997 The Bahamas Knowles (4/17)
Canada Nestor (3/28)
Australia Woodbridge (9/18)
Australia Woodforde (9/14)
United States Johnson (1/2)
United States Montana (1/2)
Argentina Lobo
Spain J. Sánchez (3/3)
The Bahamas Knowles (5/17)
Canada Nestor (4/28)
India Bhupathi (1/16)
India Paes (1/13)
Australia Woodbridge (10/18)
Australia Woodforde (10/14)
Australia Woodbridge (11/18)
Australia Woodforde (11/14)
Netherlands Eltingh (7/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (9/10)
1998 Sweden Björkman (1/15)
Australia Rafter (1/2)
South Africa E. Ferreira (2/4)
United States Leach (2/4)
Netherlands Eltingh (8/8)
Netherlands Haarhuis (10/10)
United States Johnson (2/2)
United States Montana (2/2)
India Bhupathi (2/16)
India Paes (2/13)
Czech Republic Damm (1/4)
United States Grabb (2/2)
The Bahamas Knowles (6/17)
Canada Nestor (5/28)
Canada Lareau (2/4)
United States O'Brien (3/5)
India Bhupathi (3/16)
India Paes (3/13)
1999 Zimbabwe W. Black (1/5)
Australia Stolle (2/4)
Zimbabwe W. Black (2/5)
Australia Stolle (3/4)
France Delaître
United Kingdom Henman (1/2)
Australia Arthurs (1/3)
Australia A. Kratzmann
South Africa E. Ferreira (3/4)
United States Leach (3/4)
Sweden Björkman (2/15)
Australia Rafter (2/2)
Sweden Björkman (3/15)
Zimbabwe B. Black (4/5)
Sweden Björkman (4/15)
Zimbabwe B. Black (5/5)
Canada Lareau (3/4)
United States O'Brien (4/5)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Rome Hamburg Canada Cincinnati Stuttgart Paris
2000 United States O'Brien (5/5)
United States Palmer
Australia Woodbridge (12/18)
Australia Woodforde (12/14)
South Africa W. Ferreira (3/6)
Russia Kafelnikov (4/7)
Czech Republic Damm (2/4)
Slovakia Hrbatý
Australia Woodbridge (13/18)
Australia Woodforde (13/14)
Canada Lareau (4/4)
Canada Nestor (6/28)
Australia Woodbridge (14/18)
Australia Woodforde (14/14)
Czech Republic Novák (1/3)
Czech Republic Rikl (2/4)
Sweden Kulti (2/2)
Belarus Mirnyi (1/16)
2001 South Africa W. Ferreira (4/6)
Russia Kafelnikov (5/7)
Czech Republic Novák (2/3)
Czech Republic Rikl (3/4)
Sweden Björkman (5/15)
Australia Woodbridge (15/18)
South Africa W. Ferreira (5/6)
Russia Kafelnikov (6/7)
Sweden Björkman (6/15)
Australia Woodbridge (16/18)
Czech Republic Novák (3/3)
Czech Republic Rikl (4/4)
India Bhupathi (4/16)
India Paes (4/13)
Belarus Mirnyi (2/16)
Australia Stolle (4/4)
South Africa E. Ferreira (4/4)
United States Leach (4/4)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Rome Hamburg Canada Cincinnati Madrid Paris
2002 The Bahamas Knowles (7/17)
Canada Nestor (7/28)
The Bahamas Knowles (8/17)
Canada Nestor (8/28)
Sweden Björkman (7/15)
Australia Woodbridge (17/18)
Czech Republic Damm (3/4)
Czech Republic Suk (2/2)
India Bhupathi (5/16)
United States Gambill
United States B. Bryan (1/39)
United States M. Bryan (1/39)
United States Blake
United States Martin
The Bahamas Knowles (9/17)
Canada Nestor (9/28)
France Escudé
France Santoro (1/3)
2003 South Africa W. Ferreira (6/6)
Russia Kafelnikov (7/7)
Switzerland Federer
Belarus Mirnyi (3/16)
India Bhupathi (6/16)
Belarus Mirnyi (4/16)
Australia Arthurs (2/3)
Australia Hanley (1/3)
The Bahamas Knowles (10/17)
Canada Nestor (10/28)
India Bhupathi (7/16)
Belarus Mirnyi (5/16)
United States B. Bryan (2/39)
United States M. Bryan (2/39)
India Bhupathi (8/16)
Belarus Mirnyi (6/16)
Australia Arthurs (3/3)
Australia Hanley (2/3)
2004 France Clément (1/2)
France Grosjean
Zimbabwe W. Black (3/5)
Zimbabwe Ullyett (1/5)
United Kingdom Henman (2/2)
Serbia and Montenegro Zimonjić (1/15)
India Bhupathi (9/16)
Belarus Mirnyi (7/16)
Zimbabwe W. Black (4/5)
Zimbabwe Ullyett (2/5)
India Bhupathi (10/16)
India Paes (5/13)
The Bahamas Knowles (11/17)
Canada Nestor (11/28)
The Bahamas Knowles (12/17)
Canada Nestor (12/28)
Sweden Björkman (8/15)
Australia Woodbridge (18/18)
2005 The Bahamas Knowles (13/17)
Canada Nestor (13/28)
Sweden Björkman (9/15)
Belarus Mirnyi (8/16)
India Paes (6/13)
Serbia and Montenegro Zimonjić (2/15)
France Llodra (1/3)
France Santoro (2/3)
Sweden Björkman (10/15)
Belarus Mirnyi (9/16)
Zimbabwe W. Black (5/5)
Zimbabwe Ullyett (3/5)
Sweden Björkman (11/15)
Belarus Mirnyi (10/16)
The Bahamas Knowles (14/17)
Canada Nestor (14/28)
United States B. Bryan (3/39)
United States M. Bryan (3/39)
2006 The Bahamas Knowles (15/17)
Canada Nestor (15/28)
Sweden Björkman (12/15)
Belarus Mirnyi (11/16)
Sweden Björkman (13/15)
Belarus Mirnyi (12/16)
The Bahamas Knowles (16/17)
Canada Nestor (16/28)
Australia Hanley (3/3)
Zimbabwe Ullyett (4/5)
United States B. Bryan (4/39)
United States M. Bryan (4/39)
Sweden Björkman (14/15)
Belarus Mirnyi (13/16)
United States B. Bryan (5/39)
United States M. Bryan (5/39)
France Clément (2/2)
France Llodra (2/3)
2007 Czech Republic Damm (4/4)
India Paes (7/13)
United States B. Bryan (6/39)
United States M. Bryan (6/39)
United States B. Bryan (7/39)
United States M. Bryan (7/39)
France Santoro (3/3)
Serbia Zimonjić (3/15)
United States B. Bryan (8/39)
United States M. Bryan (8/39)
India Bhupathi (11/16)
Czech Republic Vízner
Israel Erlich (1/2)
Israel A. Ram (1/3)
United States B. Bryan (9/39)
United States M. Bryan (9/39)
United States B. Bryan (10/39)
United States M. Bryan (10/39)
2008 Israel Erlich (2/2)
Israel A. Ram (2/3)
United States B. Bryan (11/39)
United States M. Bryan (11/39)
Spain Nadal (1/3)
Spain Robredo
United States B. Bryan (12/39)
United States M. Bryan (12/39)
Canada Nestor (17/28)
Serbia Zimonjić (4/15)
Canada Nestor (18/28)
Serbia Zimonjić (5/15)
United States B. Bryan (13/39)
United States M. Bryan (13/39)
Poland Fyrstenberg (1/2)
Poland Matkowski (1/2)
Sweden Björkman (15/15)
Zimbabwe Ullyett (5/5)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Rome Madrid Canada Cincinnati Shanghai Paris
2009 United States Fish
United States Roddick
Belarus Mirnyi (14/16)
Israel A. Ram (3/3)
Canada Nestor (19/28)
Serbia Zimonjić (6/15)
Canada Nestor (20/28)
Serbia Zimonjić (7/15)
Canada Nestor (21/28)
Serbia Zimonjić (8/15)
India Bhupathi (12/16)
The Bahamas Knowles (17/17)
Canada Nestor (22/28)
Serbia Zimonjić (9/15)
France Benneteau (1/2)
France Tsonga
Canada Nestor (23/28)
Serbia Zimonjić (10/15)
2010 Spain M. López (1/3)
Spain Nadal (2/3)
Czech Republic Dlouhý
India Paes (8/13)
Canada Nestor (24/28)
Serbia Zimonjić (11/15)
United States B. Bryan (14/39)
United States M. Bryan (14/39)
United States B. Bryan (15/39)
United States M. Bryan (15/39)
United States B. Bryan (16/39)
United States M. Bryan (16/39)
United States B. Bryan (17/39)
United States M. Bryan (17/39)
Austria Melzer
India Paes (9/13)
India Bhupathi (13/16)
Belarus Mirnyi (15/16)
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Madrid Rome Canada Cincinnati Shanghai Paris
2011 Ukraine Dolgopolov
Belgium Malisse
India Bhupathi (14/16)
India Paes (10/13)
United States B. Bryan (18/39)
United States M. Bryan (18/39)
United States B. Bryan (19/39)
United States M. Bryan (19/39)
United States Isner (1/3)
United States Querrey
France Llodra (3/3)
Serbia Zimonjić (12/15)
India Bhupathi (15/16)
India Paes (11/13)
Belarus Mirnyi (16/16)
Canada Nestor (25/28)
India Bopanna (1/4)
Pakistan Qureshi (1/2)
2012 Spain M. López (2/3)
Spain Nadal (3/3)
India Paes (12/13)
Czech Republic Štěpánek (1/2)
United States B. Bryan (20/39)
United States M. Bryan (20/39)
Poland Fyrstenberg (2/2)
Poland Matkowski (2/2)
Spain Granollers (1/3)
Spain M. López (3/3)
United States B. Bryan (21/39)
United States M. Bryan (21/39)
Sweden Lindstedt
Romania Tecău (1/3)
India Paes (13/13)
Czech Republic Štěpánek (2/2)
India Bhupathi (16/16)
India Bopanna (2/4)
2013 United States B. Bryan (22/39)
United States M. Bryan (22/39)
Pakistan Qureshi (2/2)
Netherlands Rojer (1/3)
France Benneteau (2/2)
Serbia Zimonjić (13/15)
United States B. Bryan (23/39)
United States M. Bryan (23/39)
United States B. Bryan (24/39)
United States B. Bryan (24/39)
Austria Peya (1/3)
Brazil Soares (1/4)
United States B. Bryan (25/39)
United States M. Bryan (25/39)
Croatia Dodig (1/5)
Brazil Melo (1/9)
United States B. Bryan (26/39)
United States M. Bryan (26/39)
2014 United States B. Bryan (27/39)
United States M. Bryan (27/39)
United States B. Bryan (28/39)
United States M. Bryan (28/39)
United States B. Bryan (29/39)
United States M. Bryan (29/39)
Canada Nestor (26/28)
Serbia Zimonjić (14/15)
Canada Nestor (27/28)
Serbia Zimonjić (15/15)
Austria Peya (2/3)
Brazil Soares (2/4)
United States B. Bryan (30/39)
United States M. Bryan (30/39)
United States B. Bryan (31/39)
United States M. Bryan (31/39)
United States B. Bryan (32/39)
United States M. Bryan (32/39)
2015 Canada Pospisil
United States Sock (1/3)
United States B. Bryan (33/39)
United States M. Bryan (33/39)
United States B. Bryan (34/39)
United States M. Bryan (34/39)
India Bopanna (3/4)
Romania Mergea
Uruguay Cuevas (1/2)
Spain Marrero
United States B. Bryan (35/39)
United States M. Bryan (35/39)
Canada Nestor (28/28)
France R.-Vasselin
South Africa Klaasen (1/2)
Brazil Melo (2/9)
Croatia Dodig (2/5)
Brazil Melo (3/9)
2016 France Herbert (1/7)
France Mahut (1/7)
France Herbert (2/7)
France Mahut (2/7)
France Herbert (3/7)
France Mahut (3/7)
Netherlands Rojer (2/3)
Romania Tecău (2/3)
United States B. Bryan (36/39)
United States M. Bryan (36/39)
Croatia Dodig (3/5)
Brazil Melo (4/9)
Croatia Dodig (4/5)
Brazil Melo (5/9)
United States Isner (2/3)
United States Sock (2/3)
Finland Kontinen (1/3)
Australia Peers (1/3)
2017 South Africa Klaasen (2/2)
United States R. Ram (1/2)
Poland Kubot (1/4)
Brazil Melo (6/9)
India Bopanna (4/4)
Uruguay Cuevas (2/2)
Poland Kubot (2/4)
Brazil Melo (7/9)
France Herbert (4/7)
France Mahut (4/7)
France Herbert (5/7)
France Mahut (5/7)
France Herbert (6/7)
France Mahut (6/7)
Finland Kontinen (2/3)
Australia Peers (2/3)
Poland Kubot (3/4)
Brazil Melo (8/9)
2018 United States Isner (3/3)
United States Sock (3/3)
United States B. Bryan (37/39)
United States M. Bryan (37/39)
United States B. Bryan (38/39)
United States M. Bryan (38/39)
Croatia Mektić (1/3)
Austria Peya (3/3)
Colombia Cabal (1/2)
Colombia Farah (1/2)
Finland Kontinen (3/3)
Australia Peers (3/3)
United Kingdom J. Murray
Brazil Soares (3/4)
Poland Kubot (4/4)
Brazil Melo (9/9)
Spain Granollers (2/3)
United States R. Ram (2/2)
2019 Croatia Mektić (2/3)
Argentina Zeballos (1/2)
United States B. Bryan (39/39)
United States M. Bryan (39/39)
Croatia Mektić (3/3)
Croatia Škugor
Netherlands Rojer (3/3)
Romania Tecău (3/3)
Colombia Cabal (2/2)
Colombia Farah (2/2)
Spain Granollers (3/3)
Argentina Zeballos (2/2)
Croatia Dodig (5/5)
Slovakia Polášek
Croatia Pavić
Brazil Soares (4/4)
France Herbert (7/7)
France Mahut (7/7)
2020

Titles matrix[edit]

Singles[edit]

Players with 4 or more titles since 1990:

# Player HA IW MI MC RO WA TO CA CI LA LO PH ST IN LV FH BO PA JO SY ES MA SH # Winning span
1 Spain Rafael Nadal 1 3 11 9 5 1 5 35 2005–2019 (15)
2 Serbia Novak Djokovic 5 6 2 4 4 1 5 3 4 34 2007–2019 (13)
3 Switzerland Roger Federer 4 5 4 2 7 1 3 2 28 2002–2019 (18)
4 United States Andre Agassi 1 6 1 3 3 2 1 17 1990–2004 (15)
5 United Kingdom Andy Murray 2 1 3 2 1 2 3 14 2008–2016 (9)
6 United States Pete Sampras 2 3 1 3 2 11 1992–2000 (9)
7 Austria Thomas Muster 1 3 3 1 8 1990–1997 (8)
8 United States Michael Chang 3 1 1 2 7 1990–1997 (8)
9 West Germany Boris Becker 3 1 1 5 1990–1996 (7)
= United States Jim Courier 2 1 2 5 1991–1993 (3)
= Chile Marcelo Ríos 1 1 1 1 1 5 1995–2003 (9)
= Brazil Gustavo Kuerten 1 2 1 1 5 1999–2001 (3)
= Russia Marat Safin 1 3 1 5 2000–2004 (5)
= United States Andy Roddick 2 1 2 5 2003–2010 (8)
10 Sweden Stefan Edberg 1 1 1 1 4 1990–1992 (3)
= Ukraine Andriy Medvedev 3 1 4 1994–1997 (4)
= Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero 2 1 1 4 2001–2003 (3)

Active players in boldface. Most titles per tournament underlined.

Doubles[edit]

Players with 5 or more titles since 1990:

Player name HA IW MI MC RO WA TO CA CI LA LO PH ST IN LV FH BO PA JO SY ES MA SH # Winning span
1 United States Bob Bryan 1 2 6 6 4 5 5 4 5 1 39 2002–2019 (18)
= United States Mike Bryan 1 2 6 6 4 5 5 4 5 1 39 2002–2019 (18)
3 Canada Daniel Nestor 3 4 1 2 4 2 5 1 5 1 28 1996–2015 (20)
4 Australia Todd Woodbridge 2 1 4 2 4 3 1 1 18 1992–2003 (12)
5 The Bahamas Mark Knowles 2 4 1 2 2 3 3 17 1993–2009 (17)
6 Belarus Max Mirnyi 1 4 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 16 2000–2011 (12)
= India Mahesh Bhupathi 1 1 1 2 5 2 3 1 16 1997–2012 (16)
8 Sweden Jonas Björkman 2 1 2 3 1 3 2 1 15 1998–2008 (11)
= Serbia Nenad Zimonjić 1 5 3 2 1 1 2 15 2004–2014 (11)
10 Australia Mark Woodforde 1 1 4 - 4 3 1 14 1989–2000 (12)
11 India Leander Paes 1 3 1 1 2 2 1 2 13 1997–2012 (16)
12 Netherlands Paul Haarhuis 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 10 1993–1998 (6)
13 Brazil Marcelo Melo 1 1 1 2 1 3 9 2013–2018 (5)
14 Netherlands Jacco Eltingh 1 2 1 3 1 8 1993–1998 (6)
15 Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov 1 2 1 2 1 7 1994–2003 (10)
= France Pierre-Hugues Herbert 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 2016–2019 (5)
= France Nicolas Mahut 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 2016–2019 (4)
18 South Africa Wayne Ferreira 1 2 1 1 1 6 1991–2003 (13)
19 Zimbabwe Byron Black 1 1 1 1 1 5 1993–1999 (7)
= Zimbabwe Wayne Black 1 1 2 1 5 1999–2005 (7)
= United States Patrick Galbraith 1 3 1 5 1991–1996 (6)
= United States Alex O'Brien 1 1 1 2 5 1994–2000 (7)
= Zimbabwe Kevin Ullyett 2 1 1 1 5 2004–2008 (5)
= Croatia Ivan Dodig - - 1 2 - 1 1 5 2013-2019 (7)

Active players in boldface. Most titles per tournament underlined.

Records[edit]

Singles[edit]

Total titles and finals[edit]

Consecutive records[edit]

Season records[edit]

Most consecutive matches won[edit]

Player # Year
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 31 2011
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 30 2014–15
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 29 2005–06
4. Spain Rafael Nadal 23 2013
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2013–14

Most consecutive years of title success[edit]

Titles/yr Player Years
4+ Serbia Novak Djokovic 3 2014–2016
3+ Serbia Novak Djokovic 6 2011–2016
2+ Spain Rafael Nadal 6 2005–2010
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–2016
1+ Spain Rafael Nadal 10 2005–2014

Successful title defenses[edit]

Hardcourt

Tournament Player # Successive titles
Canada Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 2 1987–89
United States John McEnroe 1 1984–85
United States Andre Agassi 1994–95
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2009–10
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–12
Spain Rafael Nadal 2018–19
Cincinnati Switzerland Roger Federer 2 2009–10
2014–15
Sweden Mats Wilander 1 1983–84
Germany Boris Becker 1987–88
United States Michael Chang 1993–94
United States Andre Agassi 1995–96
Indian Wells Switzerland Roger Federer 2 2004–06
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014–16
United States Pete Sampras 1 1994–95
United States Michael Chang 1996–97
Australia Lleyton Hewitt 2002–03
Johannesburg United States Jimmy Connors 1 1973–74
Las Vegas United States Jimmy Connors 1 1976–77
Sweden Björn Borg 1978–79
Miami United States Andre Agassi 3 1995–96
2001–03
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–12
2014–16
United States Pete Sampras 1 1993–94
Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
Paris Serbia Novak Djokovic 2 2013–15
Shanghai United Kingdom Andy Murray 1 2010–11
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012–13
Stockholm United States John McEnroe 2 1978–79
1984–85
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1 1986–87

Clay

Tournament Player # Successive titles
Boston Sweden Björn Borg 2 1974–76
Forest Hills United States John McEnroe 1 1983–84
Hamburg Ukraine Andriy Medvedev 1 1994–95
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–05
Madrid Spain Rafael Nadal 1 2013–14
Monte Carlo Spain Rafael Nadal 9 2005–12
2016–18
Romania Ilie Năstase 2 1971–73
Sweden Björn Borg 1 1979–80
Austria Thomas Muster 1995–96
Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero 2002–03
Rome Spain Rafael Nadal 5 2005–07
2009–10
2012–13
2018–19
United States Jim Courier 1 1992–93
Austria Thomas Muster 1995–96
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014–15

Carpet

Tournament Player # Successive titles
London United States John McEnroe 3 1978–80
1982–83
Philadelphia United States John McEnroe 3 1982–85
United States Jimmy Connors 2 1978–80
Stockholm Germany Boris Becker 1 1990–91
Tokyo Sweden Björn Borg 1 1978–79
  • Novak Djokovic has retained six different tournaments.
  • Rafael Nadal has retained a tournament on 14 occasions.
  • Won a tournament without having serve broken or losing a set: Roger Federer in Cincinnati (2012, 2015), Alexander Zverev in Madrid (2018) and Novak Djokovic in Shanghai (2018).

Age records[edit]

Youngest (1990–)
Oldest (1990–)

Most titles at one tournament[edit]

Player # Tournament Span
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 11 Monte Carlo 2005–2018
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 9 Rome 2005–2019
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 7 Cincinnati 2005–2015
4. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 6 Canada 1980–1989
United States Andre Agassi Miami 1990–2003
Serbia Novak Djokovic Miami 2007–2016
7. Switzerland Roger Federer 5 Indian Wells 2004–2017
Serbia Novak Djokovic Indian Wells 2008–2016
Spain Rafael Nadal Madrid 2005–2017
Spain Rafael Nadal Canada 2005–2019
Serbia Novak Djokovic Paris 2009–2019
Most consecutive titles at one tournament
  • 8: Nadal (Monte Carlo: 2005–2012)
Most hard court (Indoor/Outdoor) titles in one season
  • 4: Roger Federer (2006 - Indian Wells, Miami, Canada, Madrid)
  • 4: Novak Djokovic (2015 - Indian Wells, Miami, Shanghai, Paris)
Most titles at one tournament on different surfaces
  • 3: Roger Federer (Madrid: 2006 - Hard Indoor, 2009 - Red Clay, 2012 - Blue Clay)

Tournament variety records[edit]

Combinations of tournaments[edit]

Winners of the singles and doubles titles at the same tournament in the same year
Player Tournament Year(s)
Romania Ilie Năstase Rome 1970
Monte Carlo 1971
United States Stan Smith Stockholm 1970
Australia Phil Dent Sydney 1971
Australia Ken Rosewall Johannesburg 1971
United States Brian Gottfried Las Vegas 1973
Australia Rod Laver Las Vegas 1974
United States Jimmy Connors Indianapolis 1974
Mexico Raúl Ramírez Rome 1975
Spain Manuel Orantes Indianapolis 1975
United States John McEnroe London 1978–80, 1982–83
Stockholm 1979
Cincinnati 1981
Philadelphia 1982, 1984
Toronto 1984
Sweden Stefan Edberg Stockholm 1987
Germany Boris Becker Indian Wells 1988
United States Jim Courier Indian Wells 1991
Spain Rafael Nadal Monte Carlo 2008

Opponent records[edit]

Players who played the most finals against each other
Players #
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic Spain Rafael Nadal 13
2. Spain Rafael Nadal Switzerland Roger Federer 12
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic United Kingdom Andy Murray 10
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic Switzerland Roger Federer 8
5. United States John McEnroe Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 6
Germany Boris Becker Sweden Stefan Edberg
7. United States Andre Agassi United States Pete Sampras 5
8. Sweden Björn Borg United States Jimmy Connors 4
United States Arthur Ashe United States Jimmy Connors
All countrymen in final
Year Event Country Winner Runner-up
1990 Toronto  USA Michael Chang Jay Berger
1991 Miami  USA Jim Courier David Wheaton
1992 Toronto  USA Andre Agassi Ivan Lendl
Cincinnati  USA Pete Sampras Ivan Lendl
1994 Miami  USA Pete Sampras Andre Agassi
1995 Indian Wells  USA Pete Sampras Andre Agassi
Miami  USA Andre Agassi Pete Sampras
Montreal  USA Andre Agassi Pete Sampras
Cincinnati  USA Andre Agassi Michael Chang
1996 Hamburg  ESP Roberto Carretero Àlex Corretja
Cincinnati  USA Andre Agassi Michael Chang
1998 Hamburg  ESP Albert Costa Àlex Corretja

Year Event Country Winner Runner-up
2001 Indian Wells  USA Andre Agassi Pete Sampras
Miami  USA Andre Agassi Jan-Michael Gambill
Hamburg  ESP Albert Portas Juan Carlos Ferrero
2002 Monte Carlo  ESP Juan Carlos Ferrero Carlos Moyá
2003 Hamburg  ARG Guillermo Coria Agustín Calleri
Cincinnati  USA Andy Roddick Mardy Fish
2010 Monte Carlo  ESP Rafael Nadal Fernando Verdasco
Rome  ESP Rafael Nadal David Ferrer
2011 Monte Carlo  ESP Rafael Nadal David Ferrer
2014 Monte Carlo   SUI Stan Wawrinka Roger Federer
2017 Indian Wells   SUI Roger Federer Stan Wawrinka
Monte Carlo  ESP Rafael Nadal Albert Ramos Viñolas
  • Players from only four countries have played an "All countrymen final". Those countries are the United States (13 times), Spain (8 times), Switzerland (2 times) and Argentina (1 time).
  • An "All countrymen semifinal" has occurred once; 2003 Hamburg – ARG: Calleri d. Nalbandian & Coria d. Gaudio.
     

Seeding records[edit]

No. 1 vs. No. 2 seeds in final (1990–)
Year Event Top Seed W/L Second Seed
1990 Stockholm Sweden Stefan Edberg L West Germany Boris Becker
Paris Sweden Stefan Edberg W Germany Boris Becker
1991 Stockholm Sweden Stefan Edberg L Germany Boris Becker
1995 Indian Wells United States Pete Sampras W United States Andre Agassi
Miami United States Pete Sampras L United States Andre Agassi
Montreal United States Andre Agassi W United States Pete Sampras
1999 Cincinnati United States Pete Sampras W Australia Pat Rafter
2004 Hamburg Switzerland Roger Federer W Argentina Guillermo Coria
Toronto Switzerland Roger Federer W United States Andy Roddick
2005 Indian Wells Switzerland Roger Federer W Australia Lleyton Hewitt
2006 Monte Carlo Switzerland Roger Federer L Spain Rafael Nadal
Rome Switzerland Roger Federer L Spain Rafael Nadal
2007 Monte Carlo Switzerland Roger Federer L Spain Rafael Nadal
Hamburg Switzerland Roger Federer W Spain Rafael Nadal
2008 Monte Carlo Switzerland Roger Federer L Spain Rafael Nadal
Hamburg Switzerland Roger Federer L Spain Rafael Nadal
2009 Madrid Spain Rafael Nadal L Switzerland Roger Federer
2010 Madrid Switzerland Roger Federer L Spain Rafael Nadal

Year Event Top Seed W/L Second Seed
2011 Miami Spain Rafael Nadal L Serbia Novak Djokovic
Madrid Spain Rafael Nadal L Serbia Novak Djokovic
Rome Spain Rafael Nadal L Serbia Novak Djokovic
2012 Monte Carlo Serbia Novak Djokovic L Spain Rafael Nadal
Rome Serbia Novak Djokovic L Spain Rafael Nadal
Cincinnati Switzerland Roger Federer W Serbia Novak Djokovic
2014 Miami Spain Rafael Nadal L Serbia Novak Djokovic
Rome Spain Rafael Nadal L Serbia Novak Djokovic
2015 Indian Wells Serbia Novak Djokovic W Switzerland Roger Federer
Rome Serbia Novak Djokovic W Switzerland Roger Federer
Montreal Serbia Novak Djokovic L United Kingdom Andy Murray
Cincinnati Serbia Novak Djokovic L Switzerland Roger Federer
Paris Serbia Novak Djokovic W United Kingdom Andy Murray
2016 Madrid Serbia Novak Djokovic W United Kingdom Andy Murray
Rome Serbia Novak Djokovic L United Kingdom Andy Murray
2017 Shanghai Spain Rafael Nadal L Switzerland Roger Federer
2018 Rome Spain Rafael Nadal W Germany Alexander Zverev
2019 Rome Serbia Novak Djokovic L Spain Rafael Nadal
Top 4 seeds in semifinals
Year Event Seeds
1999 Cincinnati 1. United States Pete Sampras 2. Australia Patrick Rafter 3. United States Andre Agassi 4. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov
2008 Monte Carlo 1. Switzerland Roger Federer 2. Spain Rafael Nadal 3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 4. Russia Nikolay Davydenko
2009 Cincinnati 1. Switzerland Roger Federer 2. Spain Rafael Nadal 3. United Kingdom Andy Murray 4. Serbia Novak Djokovic
2010 Toronto 1. Spain Rafael Nadal 2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 3. Switzerland Roger Federer 4. United Kingdom Andy Murray
2012 Shanghai 1. Switzerland Roger Federer 2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 3. United Kingdom Andy Murray 4. Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych
Top 8 seeds in quarterfinals
Year Event Seeds
2009 Montreal 1. Switzerland Roger Federer 2. Spain Rafael Nadal 3. United Kingdom Andy Murray 4. Serbia Novak Djokovic
5. United States Andy Roddick 6. Argentina Juan Martín del Potro 7. France Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 8. Russia Nikolay Davydenko
Qualifiers who played the final (1990–)
Year Event Qualifier W/L Opponent
1991 Rome Argentina Alberto Mancini L Spain Emilio Sánchez
1996 Hamburg Spain Roberto Carretero W Spain Àlex Corretja
2000 Toronto Israel Harel Levy L Russia Marat Safin
2001 Hamburg Spain Albert Portas W Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero
Stuttgart Belarus Max Mirnyi L Germany Tommy Haas
2004 Paris Czech Republic Radek Štěpánek L Russia Marat Safin
2005 Hamburg France Richard Gasquet L Switzerland Roger Federer
2007 Miami Argentina Guillermo Cañas L Serbia Novak Djokovic
2012 Paris Poland Jerzy Janowicz L Spain David Ferrer
2017 Paris Serbia Filip Krajinović L United States Jack Sock
No seeds in final (1990–)
  • 1996 Hamburg: Roberto Carretero d. Àlex Corretja
  • 2003 Paris: Tim Henman d. Andrei Pavel
Winners who didn't play a seed in the tournament (1990–)
  • Emilio Sánchez (1991 Rome)
  • Michael Chang (1992 Indian Wells)
  • Cédric Pioline (2000 Monte Carlo)
  • Gustavo Kuerten (2001 Monte Carlo)
  • Lleyton Hewitt (2003 Indian Wells)
  • Guillermo Coria (2003 Hamburg)

Chronological list of cumulative titles leaders[edit]

Years Player Titles
1970–1976 Australia Rod Laver 1–9
1976–1985 United States Jimmy Connors 9–17
1985–1989 United States John McEnroe 17–19
1989–2013 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 19–22
2013–2016 Spain Rafael Nadal 22–27
2016–2017 Serbia Novak Djokovic 27–30
2017– Spain Rafael Nadal 30–35
  • Ilie Năstase equalled Rod Laver's then record of 7 titles in 1973.
  • Björn Borg shared the record at 14 and 15 titles with Jimmy Connors.
  • Rafael Nadal shared the record at 28, 30 and 33 titles with Novak Djokovic.

Doubles[edit]

Winners of 4 or more series tournaments on clay 
  • 5: Ramírez (Rome '74, Boston '75, Washington '76, Indianapolis '76, Monte Carlo '79)
  • 4: Gottfried (Rome '74, Boston '75, Washington '76, Indianapolis '76)

Washington, Indianapolis and Boston ceased as series events after 1977

Winners of the 3 European series tournaments on clay 
  1. Šmíd (Monte Carlo '78, Hamburg '79, Rome '79)
  2. Gómez (Hamburg '80, Rome '81, Monte Carlo '87)
  3. Gildemeister (Hamburg '81, Rome '81, Monte Carlo '87)
  4. Günthardt (Monte Carlo '81, Rome '82, Hamburg '83)
  5. Taróczy (Monte Carlo '81, Rome '82, Hamburg '83)
  6. Casal (Hamburg '86, Monte Carlo '88, Rome '90)
  7. E. Sánchez (Hamburg '86, Monte Carlo '88, Rome '90)
  8. Haarhuis (Rome '93, Hamburg '94, Monte Carlo '95)
  9. Kafelnikov (Rome '94, Hamburg '95, Monte Carlo '00)
  10. W. Ferreira (Hamburg '95, Monte Carlo '00, Rome '01)
  11. Bhupathi (Rome '98, Hamburg '02, Monte Carlo '03)
  12. Mirnyi (Monte Carlo '03, Rome '04, Hamburg '05)
  13. B. Bryan (Monte Carlo '07, Hamburg '07, Rome '08)
  14. M. Bryan (Monte Carlo '07, Hamburg '07, Rome '08)
  15. Zimonjić (Monte Carlo '04, Rome '07, Hamburg '08)
  16. Nestor (Hamburg '96, Rome '97, Monte Carlo '09)
Winner of the 4 North American series tournaments 
  1. Nestor (Cincinnati '96, Indian Wells '97, Canada '00, Miami '02)
  2. Knowles (Canada '93, Cincinnati '96, Indian Wells '97, Miami '02)
  3. Björkman (Indian Wells '98, Canada '99, Cincinnati '99, Miami '05)
  4. Paes (Canada '97, Cincinnati '01, Indian Wells '07, Miami '10)
  5. B. Bryan (Canada '02, Cincinnati '03, Miami '07, Indian Wells '13)
  6. M. Bryan (Canada '02, Cincinnati '03, Miami '07, Indian Wells '13)
Winners of the 5 European series tournaments 
  1. Haarhuis (Rome '93, Hamburg '93, Paris '94, Monte Carlo '95, Essen '95)
  2. Bhupathi (Rome '98, Paris '98, Hamburg '01, Monte Carlo '03, Madrid '03)
  3. Mirnyi (Paris '00, Stuttgart '01, Monte Carlo '02, Rome '04, Hamburg '05)
  4. B. Bryan (Paris '05, Madrid '06, Monte Carlo '07, Hamburg '07, Rome '08)
  5. M. Bryan (Paris '05, Madrid '06, Monte Carlo '07, Hamburg '07, Rome '08)
  6. Nestor (Hamburg '96, Rome '97, Monte Carlo '09, Madrid '02, Paris '09)

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Player records refer only to tournaments entered while they held Masters 1000-equivalent status. Since 1970, 23 tournaments have held such status at some time.
  2. ^ The 5th Masters Series tournament was played in Hamburg through 2008. Beginning in 2009, the Madrid tournament switched from indoor hard courts to clay and replaced Hamburg as the fifth tournament in the schedule.
  3. ^ Rod Laver won 1970 Dunlop Open, Sydney on grass.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Joe Kay (August 19, 2018). "Djokovic makes history, becomes first-ever player to win career 'Golden Masters'". Pittsburgh's Action 4 News.
  2. ^ Ian Thomsen (November 20, 1997). "ATP Tour Promises to Reinvent Itself as a Much Richer Sport". The New York Times.

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