Tennis players with most titles in the Open Era

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Martina Navratilova won the most singles and doubles titles in the era.

This page lists all tennis players who have won at least 30 top-level professional tournament titles since the Open Era began in 1968.

Note the following:

  • Titles can be any combination of singles and doubles, so the combined total is the default sorting of the lists.
  • Only titles won during the era are included here, though entire spans are listed for careers that started before 1968.
  • The current top-level events are on the WTA Tour for women and the ATP World Tour for men.

Key[edit]

Player Name and nationality
Span Career span (any gaps omitted)
Sing. Singles titles
Doub. Same-gender doubles titles
Mix. Mixed doubles titles
Total Combined number of titles
Tennis Hall of Fame member
* Player is currently active

Women[edit]

Player Span Sing. Doub. Mix. Total Ref.
Czechoslovakia/United States Martina Navratilova 1975–06 167 177 10 354 [1]
United States Billie Jean King 1959–83 67 101 7 175 [2]
United States Chris Evert 1972–89 154 18 0 172 [3]
Australia Margaret Court 1959–77 92 48 7 147 [4]
United States Pam Shriver 1979–97 21 106 1 128 [5]
United States Rosemary Casals 1966–91 11 112 3 126 [6][7]
Germany Steffi Graf 1982–99 107 11 0 118 [8]
Czech Republic Jana Novotná 1987–99 24 76 4 104 [9]
Switzerland Martina Hingis* 1994– 43 55 5 103 [10]
Spain A. Sánchez Vicario 1985–02 29 69 4 102 [11]
United States Serena Williams* 1995– 71 23 2 96 [12]
United States Lindsay Davenport 1993–08 55 38 0 93 [13]
United States Lisa Raymond 1993–15 4 79 5 88 [14]
Soviet Union/Belarus Natasha Zvereva 1988–02 4 80 2 86 [15]
Czech Republic Helena Suková 1981–98 10 69 5 84 [16]
Australia E. Goolagong Cawley 1967–83 68 11 1 80 [17]
United States Venus Williams* 1994– 49 22 2 73 [18]
United States Gigi Fernández 1983–97 2 69 0 71 [19]
Soviet Union/Latvia Larisa Neiland 1982–99 2 65 4 71 [20]
Australia Wendy Turnbull 1970–89 9 55 5 69 [21]
Zimbabwe Cara Black* 1998– 1 60 5 66 [22]
Australia Rennae Stubbs 1986–11 0 60 2 62 [23]
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia/Serbia and Montenegro/United States Monica Seles 1989–08 53 6 0 59 [24]
United Kingdom Virginia Wade 1962–86 55 0 0 55 [25]
South Africa/United States Liezel Huber* 1993– 0 53 2 55 [26]
Belgium Kim Clijsters 1999–12 41 11 0 52 [27]
Argentina Paola Suárez 1991–12 4 44 0 48 [28]
Spain V. Ruano Pascual 1992–10 3 43 1 47 [29]
Czechoslovakia/Australia Hana Mandlíková 1978–90 27 19 0 46 [30]
Spain Conchita Martínez 1988–06 33 13 0 46 [31]
Japan Ai Sugiyama 1992–09 6 38 1 45 [32]
Belgium Justine Henin 1999–11 43 2 0 45 [33]
Slovenia Katarina Srebotnik* 1995– 4 36 5 45 [34]
United States Lori McNeil 1983–02 10 33 1 44 [35]
Argentina Gabriela Sabatini 1985–96 27 14 0 41 [36]
India Sania Mirza* 2003– 1 37 3 41 [37]
Spain A. Medina Garrigues* 1997– 11 28 0 39 [38]
Russia Maria Sharapova* 2001– 35 3 0 38 [39]
Australia Elizabeth Smylie 1982–97 2 32 3 37 [40]
Russia Nadia Petrova* 1999– 13 24 0 37 [41]
United States Tracy Austin 1978–94 30 4 1 35 [42]
Italy Roberta Vinci* 1999– 10 25 0 35 [43]
Italy Sara Errani* 2002– 9 25 0 34 [44]
Germany Claudia Kohde-Kilsch 1980–94 8 25 0 33 [45]
United States Zina Garrison 1982–97 11 19 3 33 [46]
France Nathalie Tauziat 1984–03 8 25 0 33 [47]
Russia Svetlana Kuznetsova* 2000– 16 16 0 32 [48]

Men[edit]

Player Span Sing. Doub. Mix. Total Ref.
United States John McEnroe 1978–06 77 78 1 156 [49]
United States Jimmy Connors 1972–96 109 15 0 124
United States Bob Bryan* 1998– 0 112 7 119 [50]
United States Mike Bryan* 1998– 0 114 4 118 [51]
Australia Rod Laver 1956–76 74 37 0 111 [52][49]
Romania Ilie Năstase 1966–89 58 51 2 111 [53][49]
United States Stan Smith 1964–86 38 61 0 109 [54][49]
Netherlands Tom Okker 1964–82 31 78 0 109 [49]
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1978–94 94 6 0 100 [55]
Switzerland Roger Federer* 1998– 88 8 0 96 [56]
Canada Daniel Nestor* 1991– 0 89 4 93 [57]
Australia Todd Woodbridge 1988–05 2 83 6 91 [58]
Mexico Raúl Ramírez 1973–83 19 62 0 81 [59][49]
South Africa Frew McMillan 1961–83 2 74 4 80 [60][49]
United States Brian Gottfried 1972–85 25 54 0 79 [61][49]
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1968–92 62 16 0 78 [62]
Spain Rafael Nadal* 2001– 69 9 0 78 [63]
Australia Mark Woodforde 1984–00 4 67 5 76 [64]
South Africa Bob Hewitt 1958–83 4 65 5 74 [49]
United States Marty Riessen 1958–81 6 60 7 73 [49]
United States Peter Fleming 1973–88 3 66 0 69 [49]
Sweden Björn Borg 1973–93 64 4 0 68 [65]
Poland Wojtek Fibak 1973–89 15 52 0 67 [66]
Sweden Anders Järryd 1980–96 8 59 0 67
United States Pete Sampras 1988–02 64 2 0 66 [67]
India Leander Paes* 1991– 1 55 10 66
Serbia Novak Djokovic* 2003– 65 1 0 66 [68]
Australia John Newcombe 1960–83 32 33 0 65
Spain Emilio Sánchez 1984–97 15 50 0 65 [69]
Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd 1976–92 9 55 0 64
Germany Boris Becker 1984–99 49 15 0 64 [70]
United States Andre Agassi 1986–06 60 1 0 61
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1983–96 42 18 0 60
Sweden Jonas Björkman 1991–08 6 54 0 60
India Mahesh Bhupathi* 1995– 0 52 8 60
Serbia and Montenegro/Serbia Nenad Zimonjić* 1995– 0 53 5 58
Australia Ken Rosewall 1950–80 43 14 0 57 [71]
The Bahamas Mark Knowles 1992–12 0 55 1 56
Spain Manuel Orantes 1964–83 33 22 0 55
Netherlands Paul Haarhuis 1989–03 1 54 0 55
Belarus Max Mirnyi* 1996– 1 49 5 55
United States Sherwood Stewart 1966–85 1 51 2 54
Ecuador Andrés Gómez 1979–95 21 33 0 54
Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov 1992–03 26 27 0 53
United States Robert Lutz 1965–85 9 43 0 52
United States Rick Leach 1987–06 0 46 4 50
Spain Sergio Casal 1981–95 1 47 1 49
Netherlands Jacco Eltingh 1988–98 4 44 0 48
United States Arthur Ashe 1959–79 33 14 0 47
Austria Thomas Muster 1985–99 44 1 0 45
Australia Mark Edmondson 1975–88 6 34 0 40
Sweden Mats Wilander 1981–96 33 7 0 40
Czech Republic Martin Damm 1990–11 0 40 0 40
United Kingdom Andy Murray* 2005– 38 2 0 40
Hungary Balázs Taróczy 1972–90 13 26 0 39
France Yannick Noah 1977–96 23 16 0 39
France Guy Forget 1982–00 11 28 0 39
Australia John Fitzgerald 1980–95 6 30 2 38
United States Ken Flach 1983–96 0 34 2 36
United States Patrick Galbraith 1987–00 0 36 0 36
Czech Republic Cyril Suk 1988–06 0 32 4 36
United States Andy Roddick 2000–12 32 4 0 36
United States Vitas Gerulaitis 1972–86 26 9 0 35
Czech Republic Pavel Složil 1973–92 2 32 1 35
Zimbabwe Kevin Ullyett 1990–10 0 34 1 35
United States Sandy Mayer 1970–85 10 24 0 34
United States Kevin Curren 1979–93 5 26 3 34
United States Michael Chang 1988–03 34 0 0 34
Australia Lleyton Hewitt 1998–16 30 3 0 33
Czech Republic František Čermák* 1998– 0 31 1 32
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia/Croatia Goran Ivanišević 1988–04 22 9 0 31
France Fabrice Santoro 1989–10 6 24 1 31
France Michaël Llodra 1999–14 5 26 0 31
Czech Republic David Rikl 1989–05 0 30 0 30

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martina Navratilova WTA profile.
  2. ^ Billie Jean King WTA profile.
  3. ^ Chris Evert WTA profile.
  4. ^ Margaret Court WTA profile
  5. ^ Pam Shriver WTA profile.
  6. ^ Rosemary Casals Encyclopedia.com
  7. ^ Joel Drucker (March 3, 2009). "Casals far more than King's sidekick". sports.espn.go.com. ESPN. 
  8. ^ Steffi Graf WTA profile
  9. ^ Jana Novotná WTA profile
  10. ^ Martina Hingis WTA profile.
  11. ^ Arantxa Sánchez Vicario WTA profile
  12. ^ Serena Williams WTA profile.
  13. ^ Lindsay Davenport WTA profile
  14. ^ Lisa Raymond WTA profile.
  15. ^ Natasha Zvereva WTA profile
  16. ^ Helena Suková WTA profile.
  17. ^ Evonne Goolagong Cawley WTA profile.
  18. ^ Venus Williams WTA profile.
  19. ^ Gigi Fernandez WTA profile.
  20. ^ Larisa Savchenko Neiland WTA profile.
  21. ^ Wendy Turnbull WTA profile.
  22. ^ Cara Black WTA profile.
  23. ^ Rannae Stubbs WTA profile.
  24. ^ Monica Seles WTA profile.
  25. ^ Virginia Wade WTA profile.
  26. ^ Liezel Huber WTA profile.
  27. ^ Kim Clijsters WTA profile.
  28. ^ Paola Suárez WTA profile.
  29. ^ Virginia Ruano Pascual WTA profile.
  30. ^ Hana Mandlíková WTA profile.
  31. ^ Conchita Martínez WTA profile.
  32. ^ Ai Sugiyama WTA profile.
  33. ^ Justine Henin WTA profile.
  34. ^ Katarina Srebotnik WTA profile.
  35. ^ Lori McNeil WTA profile.
  36. ^ Gabriela Sabatini WTA profile.
  37. ^ Sania Mirza WTA profile.
  38. ^ Anabel Medina Garrigues WTA profile.
  39. ^ Maria Sharapova WTA profile.
  40. ^ Elizabeth Smylie WTA profile.
  41. ^ Nadia Petrova WTA profile.
  42. ^ Tracy Austin WTA profile.
  43. ^ Roberta Vinci WTA profile.
  44. ^ Sara Errani WTA profile.
  45. ^ Claudia Kohde-Kilsch WTA profile.
  46. ^ Zina Garrison WTA profile.
  47. ^ Nathalie Tauziat WTA profile.
  48. ^ Svetlana Kuznetsova WTA profile.
  49. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "2016 ATP Media Guide - Statistical Information (Page 11)" (PDF). ATPWorldTour.com. 
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  51. ^ "Mike Bryan – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  52. ^ listed at Rod Laver career statistics
  53. ^ "Ilie Nastase – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  54. ^ "Stan Smith – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  55. ^ "Ivan Lendl – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  56. ^ "Roger Federer – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  57. ^ "Daniel Nestor – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  58. ^ "Todd Woodbridge – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  59. ^ "Raúl Ramírez – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 17, 2015. 
  60. ^ "Frew McMillan – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  61. ^ "Brian Gottfried – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  62. ^ "Guillermo Vilas – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  63. ^ "Rafael Nadal – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  64. ^ "Mark Woodforde – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  65. ^ "Bjorn Borg – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  66. ^ "Wojtek Fibak – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  67. ^ "Pete Sampras – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  68. ^ "Novak Djokovic – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 18, 2012. 
  69. ^ "Emilio Sanchez – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  70. ^ "Boris Becker – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012. 
  71. ^ listed at Ken Rosewall career statistics