Tennis Masters Series singles records and statistics

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Novak Djokovic, the first and only player to complete the Career Golden Masters

In tennis, the ATP Masters Series is an annual series of nine top-level tournaments featuring the elite men's players on the ATP Tour.[1][2] The Masters events along with the Grand Slam tournaments, The ATP Finals championship and the Olympic Games make up the most coveted titles on the ATP tour; they are also known as the "Big Titles".[3]

Masters champions by year[edit]

  Active tournaments
  Defunct tournaments

[a]
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 (1/1) 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 (1/1) Spain Sánchez (1/1) 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 (1/1) 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)
↓ Stuttgart ↓
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)[b] United States Sampras (7/11)
1996 United States Chang (6/7) United States Agassi (8/17) Austria Muster (6/8) Spain Carretero (1/1) Austria Muster (7/8) South Africa Ferreira (1/2) United States Agassi (9/17) Germany Becker (5/5) Sweden Enqvist (1/3)
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 (1/1) United States Sampras (8/11) Czech Republic Korda (1/1) United States Sampras (9/11)
1998 Chile Ríos (2/5) Chile Ríos (3/5) Spain Moyá (1/3) Spain Costa (1/1) Chile Ríos (4/5) Australia Rafter (1/2) Australia Rafter (2/2) Netherlands Krajicek (1/2) United Kingdom Rusedski (1/1)
1999 Australia Philippoussis (1/1) Netherlands Krajicek (2/2) Brazil Kuerten (1/5) Chile Ríos (5/5) Brazil Kuerten (2/5) Sweden Johansson (1/1) United States Sampras (10/11) Sweden Enqvist (2/3) United States Agassi (10/17)
2000 Spain Corretja (2/2) United States Sampras (11/11) France Pioline (1/1) Brazil Kuerten (3/5) Sweden Norman (1/1) 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 Portas (1/1) Spain Ferrero (1/4) Romania Pavel (1/1) Brazil Kuerten (5/5) Germany Haas (1/1) France Grosjean (1/1)
↓ Madrid ↓
2002 Australia Hewitt (1/2) United States Agassi (13/17) Spain Ferrero (2/4) Switzerland Federer (1/28) United States Agassi (14/17) Argentina Cañas (1/1) 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) Argentina Coria (1/2) Spain Mantilla (1/1) United States Roddick (1/5) United States Roddick (2/5) Spain Ferrero (4/4) United Kingdom Henman (1/1)
2004 Switzerland Federer (2/28) United States Roddick (3/5) Argentina Coria (2/2) Switzerland Federer (3/28) Spain Moyá (3/3) 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 (1/36) Switzerland Federer (7/28) Spain Nadal (2/36) Spain Nadal (3/36) Switzerland Federer (8/28) Spain Nadal (4/36) Czech Republic Berdych (1/1)
2006 Switzerland Federer (9/28) Switzerland Federer (10/28) Spain Nadal (5/36) Spain Robredo (1/1) Spain Nadal (6/36) Switzerland Federer (11/28) United States Roddick (4/5) Switzerland Federer (12/28) Russia Davydenko (1/3)
2007 Spain Nadal (7/36) Serbia Djokovic (1/38) Spain Nadal (8/36) Switzerland Federer (13/28) Spain Nadal (9/36) Serbia Djokovic (2/38) Switzerland Federer (14/28) Argentina Nalbandian (1/2) Argentina Nalbandian (2/2)
2008 Serbia Djokovic (3/38) Russia Davydenko (2/3) Spain Nadal (10/36) Spain Nadal (11/36) Serbia Djokovic (4/38) Spain Nadal (12/36) United Kingdom Murray (1/14) United Kingdom Murray (2/14) France Tsonga (1/2)
↓ Madrid[c] ↓ ↓ Shanghai ↓
2009 Spain Nadal (13/36) United Kingdom Murray (3/14) Spain Nadal (14/36) Switzerland Federer (15/28) Spain Nadal (15/36) United Kingdom Murray (4/14) Switzerland Federer (16/28) Russia Davydenko (3/3) Serbia Djokovic (5/38)
2010 Croatia Ljubičić (1/1) United States Roddick (5/5) Spain Nadal (16/36) Spain Nadal (18/36) Spain Nadal (17/36) United Kingdom Murray (5/14) Switzerland Federer (17/28) United Kingdom Murray (6/14) Sweden Söderling (1/1)
2011 Serbia Djokovic (6/38) Serbia Djokovic (7/38) Spain Nadal (19/36) Serbia Djokovic (8/38) Serbia Djokovic (9/38) Serbia Djokovic (10/38) United Kingdom Murray (7/14) United Kingdom Murray (8/14) Switzerland Federer (18/28)
2012 Switzerland Federer (19/28) Serbia Djokovic (11/38) Spain Nadal (20/36) Switzerland Federer (20/28) Spain Nadal (21/36) Serbia Djokovic (12/38) Switzerland Federer (21/28) Serbia Djokovic (13/38) Spain Ferrer (1/1)
2013 Spain Nadal (22/36) United Kingdom Murray (9/14) Serbia Djokovic (14/38) Spain Nadal (23/36) Spain Nadal (24/36) Spain Nadal (25/36) Spain Nadal (26/36) Serbia Djokovic (15/38) Serbia Djokovic (16/38)
2014 Serbia Djokovic (17/38) Serbia Djokovic (18/38) Switzerland Wawrinka (1/1) Spain Nadal (27/36) Serbia Djokovic (19/38) France Tsonga (2/2) Switzerland Federer (22/28) Switzerland Federer (23/28) Serbia Djokovic (20/38)
2015 Serbia Djokovic (21/38) Serbia Djokovic (22/38) Serbia Djokovic (23/38) United Kingdom Murray (10/14) Serbia Djokovic (24/38) United Kingdom Murray (11/14) Switzerland Federer (24/28) Serbia Djokovic (25/38) Serbia Djokovic (26/38)
2016 Serbia Djokovic (27/38) Serbia Djokovic (28/38) Spain Nadal (28/36) Serbia Djokovic (29/38) United Kingdom Murray (12/14) Serbia Djokovic (30/38) Croatia Čilić (1/1) United Kingdom Murray (13/14) United Kingdom Murray (14/14)
2017 Switzerland Federer (25/28) Switzerland Federer (26/28) Spain Nadal (29/36) Spain Nadal (30/36) Germany Zverev (1/5) Germany Zverev (2/5) Bulgaria Dimitrov (1/1) Switzerland Federer (27/28) United States Sock (1/1)
2018 Argentina del Potro (1/1) United States Isner (1/1) Spain Nadal (31/36) Germany Zverev (3/5) Spain Nadal (32/36) Spain Nadal (33/36) Serbia Djokovic (31/38) Serbia Djokovic (32/38) Russia Khachanov (1/1)
2019 Austria Thiem (1/1) Switzerland Federer (28/28) Italy Fognini (1/1) Serbia Djokovic (33/38) Spain Nadal (34/36) Spain Nadal (35/36) Russia D. Medvedev (1/4) Russia D. Medvedev (2/4) Serbia Djokovic (34/38)
2020 not held [d] Serbia Djokovic (36/38) not held [d] Serbia Djokovic (35/38)[e] not held [d] Russia D. Medvedev (3/4)
2021 United Kingdom Norrie (1/1) Poland Hurkacz (1/1) Greece Tsitsipas (1/2) Germany Zverev (4/5) Spain Nadal (36/36) Russia D. Medvedev (4/4) Germany Zverev (5/5) Serbia Djokovic (37/38)
2022 United States Fritz (1/1) Spain Alcaraz (1/2) Greece Tsitsipas (2/2) Spain Alcaraz (2/2) Serbia Djokovic (38/38)
Year Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Madrid Rome Canada Cincinnati Shanghai Paris
  1. ^ Seasons' tournaments are in chronological order with three exceptions:
    1. Cincinnati was held before Canada in 1996.
    2. Rome was held before Madrid/Hamburg from 2000 to 2010 and after Cincinnati in 2020.
    3. Indian Wells was held after Cincinnati in 2021.
  2. ^ First event of Stuttgart Masters was held in Essen.
  3. ^ Hamburg was played until 2008. In 2009 Madrid replaced Hamburg, switching from indoor hard courts to clay.
  4. ^ a b c not held due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  5. ^ Cincinnati Masters 2020 was held in New York City.

Champions list[edit]

  Outdoor hardcourt   Clay
  Indoor hardcourt   Defunct
Titles
Titles
Player 1st
Masters
2nd
Masters
3rd
Masters
4th
Masters
5th
Masters
6th
Masters
7th
Masters
8th
Masters
9th
Masters
Years
Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo MAD HAM Rome Canada Cincinnati SHA MAD GER STH Paris
38 Serbia Novak Djokovic 5 6 2 3 × 6 4 2 4 × N/A 6 2007–2022
36 Spain Rafael Nadal 3 × 11 4 1 10 5 1 × 1 N/A × 2005–2021
28 Switzerland Roger Federer 5 4 × 2 4 × 2 7 2 1 × N/A 1 2002–2019
17 United States Andre Agassi 1 6 × N/A × 1 3 3 N/A 1 × 2 1990–2004
14 United Kingdom Andy Murray × 2 × 1 × 1 3 2 3 1 N/A 1 2008–2016
11 United States Pete Sampras 2 3 × N/A × 1 × 3 N/A × 2 1992–2000
8 Austria Thomas Muster × 1 3 N/A × 3 × × N/A 1 × × 1990–1997
7 United States Michael Chang 3 1 × N/A × × 1 2 N/A × × 1990–1997
5 Chile Marcelo Ríos 1 1 1 N/A 1 1 × × N/A × N/A × 1997–1999
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten × × 2 N/A 1 1 × 1 N/A × N/A × 1999–2001
Germany Boris Becker × × × N/A × × × × N/A 1 3 1 1990–1996
United States Jim Courier 2 1 × N/A × 2 × × N/A × × 1991–1993
Russia Marat Safin × × × × × 1 × × 1 × N/A 3 2000–2004
United States Andy Roddick × 2 × × × 1 2 × N/A × 2003–2010
Germany Alexander Zverev × × × 2 N/A 1 1 1 × N/A × 2017–2021
4 Sweden Stefan Edberg 1 × × N/A 1 × × 1 N/A × 1 1990–1992
Ukraine Andriy Medvedev × × 1 N/A 3 × × × N/A × × 1994–1997
Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero × × 2 × 1 × × × 1 × N/A × 2001–2003
Russia Daniil Medvedev × × × × N/A × 1 1 1 N/A 1 2019–2021
3 Sweden Thomas Enqvist × × × N/A × × × 1 × 1 N/A 1 1996–2000
Spain Carlos Moyá × × 1 × 1 1 × N/A × N/A × 1998–2004
Russia Nikolay Davydenko × 1 × × × × × 1 × N/A 1 2006–2009

^ Players with 3+ titles. Active players and records are denoted in bold.

  • 74 champions in 285 events as of the 2022 Madrid Open.

Career Golden Masters[edit]

The achievement of winning all of the nine active ATP Masters titles over the course of a player's career.

  • The event at which the Career Golden Masters was accomplished indicated in bold.
Player Indian Wells Miami Monte Carlo Madrid Rome Canada Cincinnati Shanghai Paris
Serbia Novak Djokovic[4][5] 2008 2007 2013 2011 2008 2007 2018 2012 2009
2011 2011 2015 2016 2011 2011 2020 2013 2013

Career totals[edit]

  • Active players denoted in bold.
# Titles
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 Germany Boris Becker
United States Jim Courier
Chile Marcelo Ríos
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
Russia Marat Safin
United States Andy Roddick
Germany Alexander Zverev
# Finals
55 Serbia Novak Djokovic
53 Spain Rafael Nadal
50 Switzerland Roger Federer
22 United States Andre Agassi
21 United Kingdom Andy Murray
19 United States Pete Sampras
11 Germany Boris Becker
10 Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
Austria Thomas Muster
Germany Alexander Zverev
9 Sweden Stefan Edberg
United States Michael Chang
United States Andy Roddick
# Semifinals
76 Spain Rafael Nadal
73 Serbia Novak Djokovic
66 Switzerland Roger Federer
33 United Kingdom Andy Murray
32 United States Andre Agassi
31 United States Pete Sampras
20 United States Andy Roddick
19 Australia Lleyton Hewitt
Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych
18 Sweden Stefan Edberg
United States Michael Chang
Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov
Spain David Ferrer
# Quarterfinals
99 Spain Rafael Nadal
89 Serbia Novak Djokovic
87 Switzerland Roger Federer
51 United Kingdom Andy Murray
45 United States Pete Sampras
Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych
Spain David Ferrer
44 United States Andre Agassi
35 United States Andy Roddick
28 United States Michael Chang
# Match wins
406 Spain Rafael Nadal
381 Switzerland Roger Federer
Serbia Novak Djokovic
222 United Kingdom Andy Murray
209 United States Andre Agassi
191 Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych
190 United States Pete Sampras
189 Spain David Ferrer
157 United States Andy Roddick
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka
% W–L Match record
82.5 406–86 Spain Rafael Nadal
82.1 381–83 Serbia Novak Djokovic
77.9 381–108 Switzerland Roger Federer
74.1 209–73 United States Andre Agassi
73.1 190–70 United States Pete Sampras
72.0 108–42 Sweden Stefan Edberg
71.4 222–89 United Kingdom Andy Murray
69.7 101–44 Germany Alexander Zverev
69.2 101–45 Austria Thomas Muster
69.2 157–70 United States Andy Roddick
minimum 100 wins

^ Statistics correct as of the 2022 Rome Masters. To avoid double counting, they should be updated at the conclusion of a tournament or when the player's participation has ended.

Season records[edit]

Season totals[edit]

# Titles Year(s)
6 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
5 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
4 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2 2014, 16
Switzerland Roger Federer 2 2005, 06
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005
3 Spain Rafael Nadal 5 2007–10, 18
Switzerland Roger Federer 3 2004, 12, 17
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2 2012, 13
United States Andre Agassi 2 1995, 2002
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2016
Chile Marcelo Rios 1998
Austria Thomas Muster 1995
United States Pete Sampras 1994
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1990
# Finals Year(s)
8 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
6 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2 2011, 12
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
5 Spain Rafael Nadal 4 2005–11
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2 2009, 16
Switzerland Roger Federer 2 2007, 14
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2016
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1990
4 Switzerland Roger Federer 3 2005–17
Spain Rafael Nadal 2 2008, 17
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2015
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014
United States Andre Agassi 1995
United States Pete Sampras 1995
# Match wins Year
39 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
35 Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
34 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012
Spain Rafael Nadal 2009
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
33 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2009
32 Spain Rafael Nadal 2008
31 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2016
Spain Rafael Nadal 2007
30 United Kingdom Andy Murray 2015
% W–L Match record Year
97.1 33–1 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
95.1 39–2 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
92.1 35–3 Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
91.9 34–3 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
88.6 31–4 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2016
85.7 30–5 United Kingdom Andy Murray 2015
85.0 34–6 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012
85.0 34–6 Spain Rafael Nadal 2009
minimum 30 wins

Most years of success[edit]

Most years of title success
Titles/yr Player Years
5+ Serbia Novak Djokovic 2 2011, 15
4+ Serbia Novak Djokovic 4 2011–16
3+ Spain Rafael Nadal 7 2005–18
2+ Serbia Novak Djokovic 11 2007–20
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–19
1+ Spain Rafael Nadal 15 2005–21
Most years of final appearances
Finals/yr Player Years
6+ Serbia Novak Djokovic 3 2011–15
5+ Serbia Novak Djokovic 5 2009–16
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–13
4+ Spain Rafael Nadal 7 2005–17
3+ Serbia Novak Djokovic 11 2007–19
2+ Switzerland Roger Federer 14 2002–19
1+ Switzerland Roger Federer 17 2002–19

Consecutive records[edit]

Spanning consecutive events[edit]

# Consecutive titles Years
4 Serbia Novak Djokovic 3 2013–16
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
3 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2 2011, 19–20
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010
# Consecutive finals Years
7 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16
5 Spain Rafael Nadal 2 2011, 13
4 Serbia Novak Djokovic 4 2011–15
Switzerland Roger Federer 3 2006–10
# Match win streak Years
31 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
30 Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2014–15
29 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
23 Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2013–14
22 Serbia Novak Djokovic (4) 2015–16

Spanning non-consecutive events[edit]

# Titles streak Years
5 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2 2011, 14–15
4 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2 2011, 15
Switzerland Roger Federer 2013
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–06
# Finals streak Years
11 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014–16
7 Spain Rafael Nadal 2012–13
Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
6 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2006
5 Switzerland Roger Federer 2017–18
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2016
Spain Rafael Nadal 2011
# Final win streak Years
12 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012–15
9 Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–07
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–06
8 United States Andre Agassi 1999–04
6 United Kingdom Andy Murray 2009–11
United States Pete Sampras 1992–95
Spain Rafael Nadal 2018–21

Most consecutive years of title success[edit]

Titles/yr Player Consecutive years
4+ Serbia Novak Djokovic 3 2014–16
3+ Serbia Novak Djokovic 6 2011–16
2+ Serbia Novak Djokovic 6 2011–16
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–10
1+ Spain Rafael Nadal 10 2005–14

Tournament records[edit]

Most titles per tournament[edit]

Masters # Player Years
Indian Wells 5 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2007–16
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–17
Miami 6 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2007–16
United States Andre Agassi 1990–2003
Monte Carlo 11 Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–18
Madrid 5 Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–17
Rome 10 Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–21
Canada 5 Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–19
Cincinnati 7 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–15
Shanghai 4 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012–18
Paris 6 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2009–21
Discontinued
Hamburg 4 Switzerland Roger Federer 2002–07
Stuttgart 2 Sweden Stefan Edberg 1991–94
Germany Boris Becker 1990–96
Stockholm 3 Germany Boris Becker 1990–94

"In a single Masters tournament" records[edit]

Most # Player Tournament Years
Titles 11 Spain Rafael Nadal Monte Carlo 2005–18
Finals 12 Spain Rafael Nadal Monte Carlo 2005–18
Rome 2005–21
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2008–22
Cons. titles[α] 8 Spain Rafael Nadal Monte Carlo 2005–12
Cons. wins[α] 46 Spain Rafael Nadal Monte Carlo 2005–13
Matches won 73 Spain Rafael Nadal Monte Carlo 2003–21
Matches played 79 Spain Rafael Nadal Monte Carlo 2003–21
Switzerland Roger Federer Indian Wells 2001–19
Finals w/o win 5 Spain Rafael Nadal Miami 2005–17
Entries 19 Spain Rafael Nadal Madrid 2003–22
  1. ^ a b Nadal's complete dominance of the Monte Carlo Masters came to an end at
    the 2013 final against Djokovic. It remains as of 2021 Nadal's only Monte Carlo final loss.
    [6]

Tournaments won with no sets dropped[edit]

# Player Events
11 Serbia Novak Djokovic Miami (2007, 2012, 2014, 2016), Paris (2014, 2019), Toronto (2016),
Shanghai (2015, 2018[a]), Madrid (2019), Rome (2022)
8 Spain Rafael Nadal Monte Carlo (2007, 2008, 2010[b], 2012, 2018),
Indian Wells (2007), Rome (2009, 2012)
7 Switzerland Roger Federer Indian Wells (2005, 2017) Hamburg (2005), Madrid (2006),
Cincinnati (2012[a], 2015[a]), Paris (2011)
4 United Kingdom Andy Murray Rome (2016), Cincinnati (2011), Shanghai (2010, 2016)
2 United States Pete Sampras Cincinnati (1997, 1999)
Chile Marcelo Rios Monte Carlo (1997), Rome (1998)
1 Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas Monte Carlo (2021)
Russia Daniil Medvedev Shanghai (2019)
Germany Alexander Zverev Madrid (2018[a])
Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov Cincinnati (2017)
Spain Carlos Moya Cincinnati (2002)
United States Andre Agassi Rome (2002)
Australia Patrick Rafter Montreal (1998)
Czech Republic Petr Korda Stuttgart (1997)
Sweden Thomas Enqvist Paris (1996)
Spain Emilio Sanchez Rome (1991)
Sweden Stefan Edberg Paris (1990)
Germany Boris Becker Stockholm (1990)
  1. ^ a b c d Won the tournament without having serve broken.
  2. ^ Fewest games (14) lost winning a tournament.

Miscellaneous records[edit]

"In all Masters tournaments" records[edit]

Most # Player
Hardcourt titles 27 Serbia Novak Djokovic
22 Switzerland Roger Federer
Claycourt titles 26 Spain Rafael Nadal
11 Serbia Novak Djokovic
Different titles 9 Serbia Novak Djokovic
8 Switzerland Roger Federer[a]
Entries 139 Spain Feliciano López[7]
138 Switzerland Roger Federer
Matches played 492 Spain Rafael Nadal
489 Switzerland Roger Federer
Finals with 1 title 6 Spain David Ferrer
4 United States John Isner
Finals w/o title 5 Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov
4 Canada Milos Raonic
Japan Kei Nishikori
United States Mardy Fish
  1. ^ 7 currently active tournaments + Hamburg.

Surface sweeps[edit]

Sweep Player Tournaments
Clay sweep Chile Marcelo Ríos Monte Carlo,
Madrid,[a]
Rome
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
Spain Rafael Nadal (5)
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2)
Hardcourt sweep United States Andre Agassi Indian Wells,
Miami,
Canada,
Cincinnati,
Shanghai,[b]
Paris
Switzerland Roger Federer
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2)
  1. ^ Hamburg (1990–2008), Madrid (2009–present).
  2. ^ Madrid (2002–2008), Shanghai (2009–present).

Youngest & oldest[edit]

Youngest Winner 18 years, 5 months United States Michael Chang 1990 Toronto
Finalist 18 years, 5 months United States Michael Chang 1990 Toronto
Qualifier 15 years, 9 months France Richard Gasquet 2002 Monte Carlo
Oldest Winner 37 years, 7 months Switzerland Roger Federer 2019 Miami
Finalist 37 years, 7 months Switzerland Roger Federer 2019 Miami
Qualifier 40 years, 5 months Croatia Ivo Karlović 2019 Cincinnati
Debutant 28 years, 4 months Australia Wayne Arthurs 1999 Cincinnati

Calendar Masters combinations[edit]

  • Back-to-back tournament titles.
  • Currently active tournaments in bold.

Triples[edit]

Combination Winner Year
Indian Wells—Miami—Monte Carlo[8]
"Season first triple"
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
Monte Carlo—Madrid—Rome[9]
"Clay triple"
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010

Doubles[edit]

Combination Winner Year(s)
Indian Wells—Miami[9]
"Sunshine double"
Serbia Novak Djokovic 4 2011, 14–16
Switzerland Roger Federer 3 2005–06, 17
United States Andre Agassi 2001
Chile Marcelo Ríos 1998
United States Pete Sampras 1994
United States Michael Chang 1992
United States Jim Courier 1991
Madrid—Rome[10]
"Clay double"
Spain Rafael Nadal 2 2010, 13
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Canada—Cincinnati[9]
"Summer double"
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
United States Andy Roddick 2003
Australia Patrick Rafter 1998
United States Andre Agassi 1995
Shanghai—Paris (Madrid)[9][a]
"Fall double"
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2 2013, 15
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2016
Argentina David Nalbandian 2007
Russia Marat Safin 2004
  1. ^ In 2009, Shanghai replaced Madrid as the 8th Masters event. Madrid was moved to the clay season.

Title defence[edit]

  Currently active tournaments in bold.

Hardcourt

Tournament Player Consecutive titles
Indian Wells Switzerland Roger Federer 3 2004–06
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014–16
United States Pete Sampras 2 1994–95
United States Michael Chang 1996–97
Australia Lleyton Hewitt 2002–03
Miami United States Andre Agassi 3 2001–03
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014–16
United States Pete Sampras 2 1993–94
United States Andre Agassi 1995–96
Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–12
Canada United States Andre Agassi 2 1994–95
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2009–10
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–12
Spain Rafael Nadal 2018–19
Cincinnati United States Michael Chang 2 1993–94
United States Andre Agassi 1995–96
Switzerland Roger Federer 2009–10
2014–15
Shanghai United Kingdom Andy Murray 2 2010–11
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012–13
Paris Serbia Novak Djokovic 3 2013–15

Clay

Tournament Player Consecutive titles
Monte Carlo Spain Rafael Nadal 8 2005–12
3 2016–18
Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero 2 1995–96
Austria Thomas Muster 2002–03
Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas 2021–22
Madrid Spain Rafael Nadal 2 2013–14
Rome Spain Rafael Nadal 3 2005–07
2 2009–10
2012–13
2018–19
United States Jim Courier 2 1992–93
Austria Thomas Muster 1995–96
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014–15
Hamburg Ukraine Andriy Medvedev 2 1994–95
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–05

Carpet

Tournament Player Consecutive titles
Stockholm Germany Boris Becker 2 1990–91
  • Novak Djokovic has retained a record six different tournaments (Indian Wells, Miami, Rome, Canada, Shanghai, Paris).
  • Rafael Nadal has retained a tournament on a record sixteen occasions across multiple seasons (Monte Carlo, Madrid, Rome, Canada).

Statistics[edit]

Seeds statistics[edit]

No. 1 vs. No. 2 seeds in final[edit]

W The top seed won the final. L The second seed won the final.

* The top 2 seeds were also the top 2-ranked players in the rankings.
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
Canada* 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
Canada* 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
Canada 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
2021 Rome* Serbia Novak Djokovic L Spain Rafael Nadal
Paris* Serbia Novak Djokovic W Russia Daniil Medvedev

Most finals contested between two players[edit]

Finals Players Result
14 Serbia Novak Djokovic Spain Rafael Nadal 7–7
12 Spain Rafael Nadal Switzerland Roger Federer 7–5
10 Serbia Novak Djokovic United Kingdom Andy Murray 5–5
8 Serbia Novak Djokovic Switzerland Roger Federer 5–3
5 United States Andre Agassi United States Pete Sampras 3–2

Top 4 seeds in semifinals[edit]

  • Tournament winner in bold.
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
2021 Cincinnati 1. Russia Daniil Medvedev 2. Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas 3. Germany Alexander Zverev 4. Russia Andrey Rublev

Top 8 seeds in quarterfinals[edit]

  • Tournament winner in bold.
Year Event Seeds
2009 Toronto 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

15 of Top-16 seeds in R16[edit]

  • Tournament winner in bold.
Year Event Seeds
2015 Monte Carlo 1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 2. Switzerland Roger Federer 3. Spain Rafael Nadal 4. Canada Milos Raonic
5. Spain David Ferrer 6. Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych 7. Switzerland Stan Wawrinka 8. Croatia Marin Čilić
9. Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov 10. France Gilles Simon 11. France Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 12. Spain Roberto Bautista Agut
14. France Gaël Monfils 15. United States John Isner 16. Spain Tommy Robredo

Qualifiers in final[edit]

W Qualifier won the final.
L Qualifier lost the final.
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 Canada 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[edit]

Year Event Winner Runner-up
1996 Hamburg Spain Roberto Carretero[a] Spain Àlex Corretja
2003 Paris United Kingdom Tim Henman Romania Andrei Pavel[b]
  1. ^ Carretero is the lowest-ranked (#143) Masters champion.
  2. ^ Pavel is the lowest-ranked (#191) Masters finalist.

Match statistics[edit]

Longest (best-of-three sets)
4 hours and 2 minutes
2009 Madrid Semi-final[11]
Spain Rafael Nadal 3 7 7
Serbia Novak Djokovic 6 65 69
Longest (best-of-five sets)
5 hours and 15 minutes
2005 Rome Final[12]
Spain Rafael Nadal 6 3 6 4 7
Argentina Guillermo Coria 4 6 3 6 66
Shortest
28 minutes
2014 Miami First Round[13]
Finland Jarkko Nieminen 6 6
Australia Bernard Tomic 0 1

Age statistics[edit]

Youngest[edit]

Age Winner First title
18 years, 5 months United States Michael Chang 1990 Toronto
18 years, 10 months Spain Rafael Nadal 2005 Monte Carlo
18 years, 10 months Spain Carlos Alcaraz 2022 Miami
19 years, 7 months Ukraine Andriy Medvedev 1994 Monte Carlo
19 years, 10 months Serbia Novak Djokovic 2007 Miami
Age Finalist First final
18 years, 5 months United States Michael Chang 1990 Toronto
18 years, 9 months Spain Rafael Nadal 2005 Miami
18 years, 10 months France Richard Gasquet 2005 Hamburg
18 years, 10 months Spain Carlos Alcaraz 2022 Miami
19 years, 2 months Ukraine Andriy Medvedev 1993 Paris

Oldest[edit]

Age Winner Last title
37 years, 7 months Switzerland Roger Federer 2019 Miami
34 years, 11 months Serbia Novak Djokovic 2022 Rome
34 years, 11 months Spain Rafael Nadal 2021 Rome
34 years, 3 months United States Andre Agassi 2004 Cincinnati
32 years, 11 months United States John Isner 2018 Miami
Age Finalist Last final
37 years, 7 months Switzerland Roger Federer 2019 Miami
35 years, 9 months Spain Rafael Nadal 2022 Indian Wells
35 years, 3 months United States Andre Agassi 2005 Montreal
34 years, 11 months Serbia Novak Djokovic 2022 Rome
33 years, 11 months United States John Isner 2019 Miami

All countrymen statistics[edit]

All countrymen in final[edit]

Year Event Winner Runner-up
1990 Canada United States Michael Chang United States Jay Berger
1991 Miami United States Jim Courier United States David Wheaton
1992 Canada United States Andre Agassi United States Ivan Lendl
Cincinnati United States Pete Sampras United States Ivan Lendl
1993 Miami United States Pete Sampras United States MaliVai Washington
1994 Miami United States Pete Sampras United States Andre Agassi
1995 Indian Wells United States Pete Sampras United States Andre Agassi
Miami United States Andre Agassi United States Pete Sampras
Canada United States Andre Agassi United States Pete Sampras
Cincinnati United States Andre Agassi United States Michael Chang
1996 Hamburg Spain Roberto Carretero Spain Àlex Corretja
Cincinnati United States Andre Agassi United States Michael Chang
1998 Hamburg Spain Albert Costa Spain Àlex Corretja
Year Event Winner Runner-up
2001 Indian Wells United States Andre Agassi United States Pete Sampras
Miami United States Andre Agassi United States Jan-Michael Gambill
Hamburg Spain Albert Portas Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero
2002 Monte Carlo Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero Spain Carlos Moyá
2003 Hamburg Argentina Guillermo Coria Argentina Agustín Calleri
Cincinnati United States Andy Roddick United States Mardy Fish
2010 Monte Carlo Spain Rafael Nadal SpainFernando Verdasco
Rome Spain Rafael Nadal Spain David Ferrer
2011 Monte Carlo Spain Rafael Nadal Spain David Ferrer
2014 Monte Carlo Switzerland Stan Wawrinka Switzerland Roger Federer
2017 Indian Wells Switzerland Roger Federer Switzerland Stan Wawrinka
Monte Carlo Spain Rafael Nadal Spain Albert Ramos Viñolas

All countrymen in semifinals[edit]

  • Tournament winner in bold.
Year Event Country Finalists Semifinalists
2003 Hamburg  ARG Agustín Calleri David Nalbandian
Guillermo Coria Gastón Gaudio

See also[edit]

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