All-time tennis records – men's singles, covers the period from 1877 to present. Before the beginning of the Open Era in April 1968, only amateurs were allowed to compete in established tennis tournaments, including the four Grand Slam tournaments (also known as the Majors). Wimbledon, the oldest of the Majors, was founded in 1877, followed ...
Don Budge is the only male player in tennis history to have won six consecutive Grand Slam singles titles, from Wimbledon 1937 to U.S. Championships 1938. Ken Rosewall holds a record 15 Pro Slam titles, and a record 23 overall Major titles , counting both Amateur and Pro circuits.
List of Grand Slam–related tennis records. These are records for Grand Slam tournaments, also known as majors, which are the four most prestigious annual tennis events. All records are based on official data from the majors. The names of active players appear in boldface for their career totals and currently active streaks.
At 39, Federer is the elder statesman, and with 20 major titles he has also reached the most grand slam finals, semi-finals and quarter-finals of any male player in the Open Era. Last year, 35 ...
Most Grand Slam Titles at Ultimate Tennis Statistics. Powered by open-source software: Linux, PostgreSQL, Java, Spring Boot, available at GitHub
Open Era tennis records – men's singles. 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.
Won 3 or more consecutive Grand Slam titles. Rod Laver: 1969 Australian Open, 1969 Roland Garros, 1969 Wimbledon, 1969 US Open: Pete Sampras: 1993 Wimbledon, 1993 US Open, 1994 Australian Open
ATP Tour records. The ATP Tour is the modern top-level men's professional tennis circuit. It was introduced in 1990 and it's administered by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). All the records listed here are only for the players who played most of their careers on the ATP Tour and they're based on official ATP data.
U.S. Open. Novak Djokovic. Juan Martin del Potro. 2018. Wimbledon. Novak Djokovic. Kevin Anderson. 2018. French Open.
Roger Federer has won a record 20 tennis Grand Slam titles in his career, one more than fellow modern great, Rafael Nadal, and three more than Novak Djokovic. Skip to main content Try our ...