List of open era tennis records

List of open era tennis records

Open era tennis records

Contents

Most titles at a single tournament

The following are lists of tennis players who have won a particular tournament at least five times during the open era.

Men

Wins Player Tournament Years
8 Guillermo Vilas Buenos Aires 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1977(2), 1979, 1982
7 Pete Sampras Wimbledon 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000
Rafael Nadal Monte Carlo Masters 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
6 Andre Agassi Sony Ericsson Open (Key Biscayne) 1990, 1995, 1996, 2001, 2002, 2003
Björn Borg French Open 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981
Jimmy Connors Grand Prix Birmingham 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980
Roger Federer Wimbledon 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009
Ivan Lendl Canadian Open 1980, 1981, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1989
Rafael Nadal Barcelona Open 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011
Rafael Nadal French Open 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011
Balázs Taróczy Dutch Open 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982
5 Andre Agassi SAP Open (San Francisco) 1990, 1993, 1995, 1998, 2003
Andre Agassi Legg Mason Tennis Classic (Washington, D.C.) 1990, 1991, 1995, 1998, 1999
Björn Borg Wimbledon 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980
Jimmy Connors US Open 1974, 1976, 1978, 1982, 1983
Roger Federer Gerry Weber Open (Halle) 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008
Roger Federer US Open 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
Roger Federer ATP World Tour Finals 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010
Roger Federer Davidoff Swiss Indoors 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011
Rafael Nadal Rome Masters 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010
Yevgeny Kafelnikov Kremlin Cup 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001
Ivan Lendl Masters 1981, 1982, 1985, 1986, 1987
Ivan Lendl Tokyo - Seiko Super Tennis 1983, 1985, 1990, 1992, 1993
John McEnroe SAP Open (San Francisco) 1978, 1979, 1982, 1984, 1986
John McEnroe WCT Finals 1979, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1989
John McEnroe Wembley Championship 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983
Carlos Moyà Croatia Open Umag 1996, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2007
Pete Sampras US Open 1990, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2002
Pete Sampras ATP Tour World Championship 1991, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999

Women

Wins Player Tournament Years
12 Martina Navratilova Chicago 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992
11 Martina Navratilova Eastbourne 1978, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993
9 Martina Navratilova Washington, D.C. 1975, 1977, 1978, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1990
Steffi Graf German Open, Berlin 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996
Martina Navratilova Wimbledon 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1990
Martina Navratilova Dallas 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989
8 Martina Navratilova WTA Tour Championships 1978, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 (twice)
Martina Navratilova Los Angeles 1978, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1986, 1989, 1992, 1993
Chris Evert Hilton Head & Charleston 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1981, 1984, 1985
7 Steffi Graf Wimbledon 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996
Chris Evert French Open 1974, 1975, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1985, 1986
Martina Navratilova Orlando 1974, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985
6 Steffi Graf French Open 1987, 1988, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1999
Steffi Graf Boca Raton and other sites in Florida 1987, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995
Steffi Graf Brighton 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992
Steffi Graf Zurich 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992
Chris Evert Virginia Slims Palm Harbour Tampa St.Petersburg 1971, 1973, 1974, 1982, 1987, 1988
Steffi Graf Hamburg 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992
Chris Evert U.S. Women's Clay Court Championships 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1979, 1980
Chris Evert US Open 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1982
Arantxa Sánchez Vicario Barcelona & Madrid 1989, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2001
Martina Navratilova Filderstadt & Stuttgart 1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1992
Martina Navratilova Houston 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1985
5 Chris Evert Italian Open 1974, 1975, 1980, 1981, 1982
Chris Evert Houston 1974, 1975, 1986, 1987, 1988
Virginia Wade London (Dewar Cup) 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976
Martina Navratilova U.S. Indoor Championships 1975, 1977, 1981, 1984, 1986
Martina Navratilova Virginia Slims Worcester Boston New England 1975, 1986 (twice), 1988, 1989
Steffi Graf Key Biscayne 1987, 1988, 1994, 1995, 1996
Martina Navratilova Stanford & Oakland, California 1979, 1980, 1988, 1991, 1993
Steffi Graf US Open 1988, 1989, 1993, 1995, 1996
Martina Navratilova Sydney 1976, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1989
Steffi Graf WTA Tour Championships 1987, 1989, 1993, 1995, 1996
Steffi Graf Leipzig 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1998
Martina Hingis Tokyo Pan Pacific Open 1997, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2007
Monica Seles Toyota Princess Cup 1991, 1992, 1996, 1997, 1998
Kim Clijsters Luxembourg City 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005
Serena Williams Key Biscayne 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008
Serena Williams Australian Open 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010
Venus Williams Wimbledon 2000, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008
Anabel Medina Garrigues Palermo 2001, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2011

Longest match winning streaks during the open era (all surfaces)

Men

The following table is based on information maintained on the website of the Association of Tennis Professionals.

# Player Matches Year
1 Guillermo Vilas (Argentina) 46 1977
2 Ivan Lendl (Czechoslovakia) 44 1981-82
3 Björn Borg (Sweden) 43 1978
= Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 43 2010-11
5 John McEnroe (U.S.) 42 1984
6 Roger Federer (Switzerland) 41 2006-07
7 Björn Borg (Sweden) 38 1979-80
8 Thomas Muster (Austria) 35 1995
= Roger Federer (Switzerland) 35 2005
10 Rafael Nadal (Spain) 32 2008

Women

The following table is from page 255 of the 2009 Official Guide to Professional Tennis, compiled by the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour.

# Player Matches Year
1 Martina Navratilova (U.S.) 74 1984
2 Steffi Graf (Germany) 66 1989-90
3 Martina Navratilova (U.S.) 58 1986-87
4 Margaret Court (Australia) 57 1972-73
5 Chris Evert (U.S.) 55 1974
6 Martina Navratilova (U.S.) 54 1983-84
7 Steffi Graf (Germany) 46 1988
8 Steffi Graf (Germany) 45 1987
9 Steffi Graf (Germany) 44 1993
10 Martina Navratilova (U.S.) 41 1982

Most year end championships ATP/Grand Prix/WCT/WTA/(at least 3/2)

Men

Rank Name Country Total
1 John McEnroe USA 8
2 Ivan Lendl Czechoslovakia 7
3 Pete Sampras USA 5
= Roger Federer Switzerland 5
5 Boris Becker Germany 4
= Ilie Năstase Romania 4
7 Jimmy Connors USA 3
= Björn Borg Sweden 3

Women

Rank Name Country Total
1 Martina Navrátilová USA/Czechoslovakia 8
2 Steffi Graf Germany 5
3 Chris Evert USA 4
4 Monica Seles USA 3
= Kim Clijsters Belgium 3
6 Serena Williams USA 2
= Justine Henin Belgium 2
= Martina Hingis Switzerland 2
= Gabriela Sabatini Argentina 2
= Evonne Goolagong Cawley Australia 2

Open era records

Men

By player

The records and achievements of various players who have competed during the open era are listed in this section. This section is based on information maintained on the website of the Association of Tennis Professionals.

Roger Federer
  • Most consecutive weeks at World No. 1: 237 (2004–08).
  • Most Major singles titles: 16.
  • Most Major singles finals: 23.
  • Most consecutive Grand Slam men's singles finals: 10 (2005 Wimbledon Championships–2007 US Open).
  • Most consecutive Grand Slam singles semifinals: 23 (2004 Wimbledon Championships2010 Australian Open).
  • Most consecutive Grand Slam quarterfinals: 30 (2004 Wimbledon Championships–2011 US Open).
  • Most times winning at least three Grand Slam men's singles tournaments in a calendar year: 3 (2004, 2006, 2007).
  • Most consecutive years winning at least one Grand Slam men's singles title: 8 (tied with Björn Borg and Pete Sampras).
  • Federer and Rafael Nadal are the only male players to have held three Grand Slam singles titles on three different surfaces at the same time.
  • Federer, Andre Agassi and Rafael Nadal have won all four Grand Slam singles tournaments on three different surfaces.
  • Most Australian Open men's singles titles, open era: 4 (tied with Agassi).
  • Most consecutive French Open men's singles finals, open era: 4 (tied with Borg, Ivan Lendl, and Nadal).
  • Most US Open men's singles titles in open era: 5 (tied with Sampras and Jimmy Connors).
  • Most consecutive US Open singles titles, open era: 5.
  • Most finals at each of the Grand Slam tournaments: 5.
  • Most ATP World Tour Finals singles titles: 5 (tied with Lendl and Sampras).
  • Most hard court men's singles titles in a career: 47.
  • Most different ATP Masters Series singles titles: 7 (shared with Andre Agassi).
  • Most Masters 1000 series titles on hard courts: 13 (shared with Andre Agassi).
  • Most different ATP Masters Series singles finals : 9/9 (2007-2011).
  • Most Masters 1000 Series finals: 30.
  • Most consecutive match wins in singles at the US Open (2004-2009): 40.
  • Most consecutive Wimbledon men's singles titles: 5 (tied with Borg).
  • Most consecutive Wimbledon men's singles finals: 7.
  • Most tournament singles finals won in succession: 24 (2003–05).
  • Most consecutive years with a tour match winning percentage over 92% (2004-2006): 3.
  • Longest winning streak in singles on hard courts: 56 (2005–06).
  • Longest winning streak in singles on grass courts: 65 (2003–08).
  • Most aces served in a Grand Slam final (Wimbledon, 2009): 50.
  • Best grass court match winning percentage: 87.30% (96/110).
  • The only player to win 3 Grand Slams and reach the final of the fourth in the same calendar year twice (2006, 2007).
  • Most Grand Slam sets played in one calendar year (2009): 101.
  • Most Grand Slam games played in a year (2009): 1042.
  • Best match winning percentage at the US Open 93.44% (57/6).
  • Best win loss record (sets) at a single Grand Slam event (2007) Melbourne overall at 100% (21-0). (record shared with Ken Rosewall)
Pete Sampras
  • Most singles titles at any one Grand Slam tournament (Wimbledon) in the open era: 7.
  • Most weeks with the ATP World No. 1 ranking: 286.
  • Most year end ATP World No. 1 rankings: 6 (consecutive).
  • Most years named as ATP Player of the Year: 6 (consecutive).
  • Most consecutive wins in Grand Slam finals: 8 (1995 Wimbledon through 2000 Wimbledon).
  • Shares with Jimmy Connors and Roger Federer the record for the most US Open singles titles in the open era: 5.
  • Shares with Björn Borg and Federer the record for the most consecutive years winning at least one Grand Slam singles title: 8.
  • Shares with Ivan Lendl the record for the most singles finals reached at one Grand Slam tournament (US Open): 8.
  • Shares with Lendl the record for the most consecutive years appearing in at least one Grand Slam singles final: 11.
  • Shares with Lendl and Federer the record for the most ATP Tennis Masters Cup singles titles: 5.
  • Youngest winner of the US Open at 19 years and 1 month (1990).
Björn Borg
  • Best all round career match winning percentage (grass,clay,hard,carpet): 82.68% (608-127).
  • Best career Majors match winning percentage: 89.8% (141-16).
  • Best Grand Slam title winning percentage 41% (11/27) of tournaments he entered in.
  • Best match winning percentage at Wimbledon 92.72% (51/4).
  • Best career match winning percentage versus top 10 players 70.5% (60/28).
  • Most consecutive years with a tour match winning percentage over 89.5% (1975-1981): 8
  • Borg is the first player to win the combination of 6 French Open's and 5 Wimbledon. Nobody else has matched or surpassed this combination of Grand Slam wins.
  • Shares with Pete Sampras and Roger Federer the male record for most consecutive years winning at least one Grand Slam singles title: 8.
  • Only man to win 3 Grand Slam singles titles (1976 Wimbledon Championships, 1978 French Open, and 1980 French Open) without losing a set.
  • Only man to reach 4 Grand Slam finals 76, 78, 80, 81 without losing a single set (72/0).
  • Only man to contest 6 Grand Slam finals over 5 sets 74, 77, 79, 80, 80, 81.
  • Only man to defeat 7 different Grand Slam Champions in Major finals.
  • Most consecutive Davis Cup singles match wins: 33.
  • Shares with Federer the record for most consecutive Wimbledon singles titles: 5.
  • The longest singles match winning streak at Wimbledon: 41.
  • Shares with Federer the record for most consecutive years reaching both the French Open and Wimbledon singles finals: 4.
  • Most consecutive years (1978, 1979, 1980) winning both the French Open and Wimbledon singles titles: 3.
  • Most French Open singles titles: 6. (shared with Rafael Nadal)
  • Most French Open singles finals: 6 (tied with Nadal).
  • Shares with Rafael Nadal the record for most consecutive French Open singles titles: 4.
  • Shares with Nadal, Federer, and Ivan Lendl the record for most consecutive French Open singles finals during the open era: 4.
  • Won most titles as a teenager: 16 (record is shared with Rafael Nadal).
  • Best win loss record (sets) at all four Grand Slams 1976-1980 at 100% (63/0).
  • Best win loss record (sets) at a single Grand Slam event 1978-1980 Roland Garros overall at 100% (42/0).
  • Best win loss record (sets) at a single Grand Slam event (1976) Wimbledon overall at 100% (21/0).
  • Best career grand slam (games) win/loss record 1973-1981 60.8% (3066/1973).
  • Best single grand slam tournament (games) win/loss record at Roland Garros (1978) 79.9% (127/32).
  • Best grand slam (games) win/loss record in a single year (1978) 66.5% (380/191).
Rafael Nadal
  • Rafael Nadal and Andre Agassi are the only male players to have won a Career Golden Slam in singles (all Grand Slam titles and an Olympic gold medal).
  • Only Nadal, Agassi and Federer have won all four Grand Slam singles tournaments on three different surfaces.
  • Nadal stands alone as the only male in history to win Grand Slams on three different surfaces in a single year.
  • Nadal and Mats Wilander are the only male players to win at least two Grand Slams each on clay, grass, and hard courts in their careers.
  • Rafael Nadal is the seventh man to complete the Career Grand Slam, and the youngest to accomplish the feat in the Open Era at 24 years 101 days.
  • Longest single-surface winning streak in the Open Era: 81 matches on Clay Courts (11 April 2005 – 20 May 2007).
  • Only he and Mats Wilander in 1982 won the French Open men's singles title on their first attempt.
  • Only he (2005–08) and Björn Borg won the French Open men's singles title four consecutive years since the tournament became an international event in 1925.
  • Most French Open singles titles: 6 (tied with Borg).
  • Most French Open singles finals: 6 (tied with Borg).
  • Second youngest to win his 10th Grand Slam title.
  • Longest men's singles winning streak at the French Open during the open era: 31.
  • One of four male players in the open era and eleven male players all-time to have won both the French Open and Wimbledon in the same year (2008, 2010). Only Nadal and Björn Borg have done it twice in the Open Era.[1]
  • Only male player in the open era to win 21 consecutive grand slam matches within a calendar year (French open 2010 - US Open 2010).
  • Only male player to have won the French Open, Wimbledon, and the gold medal at the Olympic Games in the same year (2008).[2]
  • Only player to simultaneously hold an Olympic singles gold medal and Grand Slam singles titles on clay, grass, and hardcourt.
  • Most singles titles won in a single season as a teenager: 11 (2005).
  • Won most titles as a teenager: 16 (tied with Björn Borg).
  • Won 24 consecutive matches, the longest winning streak of any teenager in the open era, in 2005.
  • Most consecutive weeks as World Number 2: 160.
  • Most weeks as World Number 2: 216.
  • The only player to have lost just one game in an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 final (Monte Carlo 2010: 6–0, 6–1).
  • The first male tennis player to hold three Grand Slam singles titles on three different surfaces at the same time. Roger Federer later repeated that feat.
  • The only player to win 400 singles matches in fewer than 500 matches played (401-91).
  • The only player to win seven consecutive titles at a single tournament in the open era: Monte Carlo 2005–2011.
  • The only male player to win more than one tournament at least 6 times: Monte Carlo Masters (7), Barcelona Open (6) and the French Open (6).
  • Longest best-of-three sets men's singles match ever played (shared with Novak Djokovic): 4 hours, 3 minutes (2009 Madrid Masters)
  • Most ATP Masters Series titles: 19.
  • The only player to win all three Masters 1000 clay court tournaments and the French Open in a single year (2010).
  • Best match winning percentage at the French Open 97.83% (45/1).
  • Best career clay court match winning percentage: 92.62% (226-18).
  • Best career match winning percentage in tour finals on clay courts: 89% (32-4).
  • Winner of the most Golden Bagel Awards (3) in Open Era during the year 2005, 2008 and 2009.
Andre Agassi
  • Agassi and Rafael Nadal are the only male players to have won a Career Golden Slam in singles (all Grand Slam titles and an Olympic gold medal).
  • Most different ATP Masters Series singles titles: 7 (shared with Roger Federer).
  • Most ATP World Tour Finals appearances: 13
  • Shares with Roger Federer the record of most Australian Open men's singles titles in the open era: 4.
  • Most US Open singles tournaments played: 21.
  • Most career grand slam match wins on hard courts: 127
  • Most career grand slam match wins on any single surface: 127
  • Most consecutive match wins at a single Grand Slam event Australian Open (2000–2004): 26
  • Most career grand slam games played: 9264
  • Most career grand slam sets played: 988
  • Most Masters 1000 series titles on hard courts: 13 (shared with Roger Federer).
  • Most career match wins overall on hard courts: 598.
  • Shares with Jimmy Connors the record for most years finishing in the top ten, according to the rankings issued by the ATP: 16.[3]
  • Oldest player to be ranked World No. 1 by the ATP: 33 years, 4 months (September 7, 2003).[3]
  • Only he, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have won all four Grand Slam singles tournaments on three different surfaces.
  • Only male player to have won all four Grand Slam singles titles, the Davis Cup, an Olympic gold medal in singles, and a Tennis Masters Cup singles title.[citation needed]
  • Best match winning percentage at the Australian Open 90.60% (48–5).
  • Best single grand slam tournament (games) win–loss record at Australian Open (2003) 71.6% (121–48).
Ivan Lendl
  • Most season end championship finals: 12 including the WCT Finals and Masters Cup record shared with John McEnroe.
  • Most Masters Cup finals: 9
  • Most consecutive Masters Cup finals: 9 (1980–1988).
  • Most Masters Cup semi finals: 12
  • Shares with Pete Sampras and Roger Federer the record for most ATP Tennis Masters Cup singles titles: 5.
  • Most consecutive years appearing in at least one Grand Slam singles final: 11 (1981-91)
  • Longest match winning streak indoors: 66.
  • Longest winning streak against No 1 Player (years): 7
  • Most consecutive singles finals reached: 18.
  • Most consecutive US Open finals: 8.
  • Most singles titles won in a row (1981-82): 8 (record shared with John McEnroe).
  • Most singles finals reached in a row (1981-82): 18
  • Most consecutive years winning at least one professional tour title: 14
  • Most carpet court titles won in a single year (1982): 9.
  • Most Grand Prix Championship Series finals: 31 (1980-89).
  • Most Grand Prix Championship Series titles: 22 (1980-89)
  • Only player to have won three tournaments in consecutive weeks on three different surfaces.
  • Only male player to have won at least 90 matches in consecutive years.
  • Only male player to have won at least 90 % of his matches in five different years.
  • Shares with Rafael Nadal, Björn Borg and Roger Federer the record for most consecutive French Open singles finals: 4.
  • Shares with Pete Sampras the record for the most singles finals reached at one Grand Slam tournament (U.S. Open from 1982–1989): 8.
  • Shares with Pete Sampras the record for the most consecutive years appearing in at least one Grand Slam singles final: 11.
  • Best win loss record (sets) at a single Grand Slam event 1985-1987 US Open overall at 95,5% (63/3).
  • Best single season win loss record (sets) at a Grand Slam event US Open at 95.5% 1985 (21/1) (1986 (21/1) 1987 (21/1) he is the only player to achieve this 3 times.
John McEnroe
  • Most singles and doubles titles won US Open (1979-89): 8
  • Most season end championship singles titles: 8 including both the WCT Finals and ATP Masters Grand Prix.
  • Most WCT Finals titles: 5
  • Most season end championship finals including the WCT Finals and Masters Grand Prix: 12 record shared with Ivan Lendl.
  • Made the most WCT Finals: 8
  • Most consecutive WCT Finals: 6 (1979–1984).
  • Most singles titles won in a row (1981-82): 8 record shared with Ivan Lendl.
  • Most year end Masters Grand Prix doubles titles: 7 (consecutive 1978-1984).
  • Most career titles: 148 (77 in singles and 71 in doubles).
  • Best carpet court career match winning percentage: 84.18% (411/346).
  • Best winning streak on carpet courts: 65
  • Most tournaments won: 27 (singles and doubles) in one year (1979) - 10 singles, 17 doubles winning a record total of 177 matches
  • Most doubles tournaments in a season: 17 (1979)
  • Most career match wins overall on carpet courts: 346
  • Best single season win-loss record: 82-3 (96.5%) in 1984.
  • Ranked no. 1 in both singles and doubles.
  • Ranked the World No. 1 in doubles for a record 257 weeks.
  • Best sets win/loss record in a single year at all four grand slams (1984) 89.9% (62/7).
  • Best single grand slam tournament (games) win/loss record at Wimbledon (1984) 68% (134/63).
Jimmy Connors
  • Most ATP singles titles won: 109.
  • Most WCT singles titles won: 48
  • Most singles matches won on ATP WCT Grand Prix tours: 1,242.
  • Most singles matches played in a career: 1,519
  • Most ATP singles finals in a career: 158
  • Most carpet court titles in a career: 44
  • Most grass court titles won in a year (1974): 4
  • Most hard court titles won in a year (1973): 9 (shared with Roger Federer).
  • Most indoor court combined titles (hard and carpet) in a career: 54
  • Most consecutive years with a match winning percentage over 80% (1973-84): 12
  • Most career Grand Slam match wins: 232.
  • Most career grand slam match wins on grass: 107
  • Most Grand Slam semi finals: 31.
  • Most Grand Slam quarter finals: 41
  • Most consecutive semi finals at an individual Grand Slam: 12 at US Open.
  • Most match wins at a single grand slam tournament the US Open: 98
  • Most match wins at a single grand slam tournament Wimbledon: 84
  • Most career match wins overall on grass courts: 169
  • Best match winning percentage at the Australian Open 91.7% (11/1).
  • Best Grand Slam win/loss record in a single year (1974) 100% (20/0) shared with Rod Laver.
  • Most Grand Prix championship series tiles won in a year (1976): 5 shared with Rod Laver.
  • Shares with Andre Agassi the record of finishing the most years in the top ten: 16.
  • Shares with Pete Sampras and Roger Federer the record for having won the most US Open men's singles titles: 5.
  • Has won a least one Grand Slam title on at least three different surfaces, a record shared with ( Mats Wilander, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
  • Completed the shortest match at any single Grand Slam final US Open (1974) by defeating Ken Rosewall in only 20 games 6-1 6-0 6-1.
Mats Wilander
  • Mats Wilander and Rafael Nadal are the only male players to win at least two Grand Slams each on clay, grass, and hard courts in their careers.
  • Only Wilander (1982) and Rafael Nadal (2005) won the French Open men's singles title on their first attempt.
  • Most consecutive Australian Open finals: 3, a record shared with Ivan Lendl.
  • Most Grand slam titles prior to becoming #1 in the world, 7
  • In a July 1982 Davis Cup quarterfinal, Wilander was defeated in the deciding fifth rubber by John McEnroe 9–7, 6–2, 15-17, 3–6, 8–6. At 6 hours and 32 minutes, it remains the longest match in Davis Cup history (there was no tie-break yet at that time in Davis Cup).
Stefan Edberg
  • Most Australian Open finals: 5 overall, a record shared with Roger Federer.
  • Has reached all 4 Grand Slam finals, along with 7 other male players: Rod Laver, Ken Rosewall, Ivan Lendl, Jim Courier, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer & Rafael Nadal.
Boris Becker
  • Youngest Wimbledon champion (1985) at 17 years and 227 days
  • Most Wimbledon finals: 7 overall, a record shared with Pete Sampras & Roger Federer.
  • Most Masters 1000 series titles on indoor courts: 5
  • Most match wins against No 1 ranked player: 19.
Jim Courier
  • Only male player to be simultaneous holder of consecutive Australian and French Open titles (1991–93)
  • Youngest to reach the finals of all 4 Grand Slams at 22.
  • Has reached all 4 Grand Slam finals, along with 7 other male players: Rod Laver, Ken Rosewall, Ivan Lendl, Stefan Edberg, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer & Rafael Nadal.
  • Simultaneous holder of Australian and French Open titles in a calendar year. A record shared with Rod Laver and Mats Wilander.
Rod Laver
  • The only man in the open era to win the Grand Slam: 1969.
  • Most Grand Slam finals in a calendar year (1969) shared with Roger Federer: 4.
  • Best Grand Slam win/loss record in a single year (1969) at 100% (26/0) shared with Jimmy Connors.
  • Most consecutive match wins at all four Majors (Australian Open 1969-Wimbledon 1970): 29.
  • Most combined singles titles won in a year NTL and WCT (1968): 18
  • Best career match winning percentage in finals on (hard courts) 90% (18/2).
  • Most Grand Prix Championship Series finals reached in a year (1970): 6
  • Most Grand Prix championship series titles won in a year (1970): 5 shared with Jimmy Connors and Ivan Lendl.
Guillermo Vilas
  • Most ATP singles titles in one year: 16 in 1977.[4]
  • Most consecutive singles matches won: 46 in 1977.[4]
  • Most clay court singles titles in a career: 46.[5]
  • Most clay court singles titles in a year: 13 in 1977.[6]
  • Most career grand slam match wins on clay: 73
  • Most career match wins overall on clay courts: 632
  • Most ATP wins in a year: 145 in 1977.[4]
  • Most outdoor singles matches won in a career (open era): 798.[citation needed]
  • Most outdoor singles titles won in a career (open era): 56.[5]
  • Most match wins at a single grand slam tournament the French Open: 56
  • Most wins by a male player in a single tournament, 8 (1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1977(2), 1979, 1982) in Buenos Aires.
  • The only player to win ATP Tour singles titles in five different continents in the same year: Europe, South America, North America, Africa, and Asia in 1977.[citation needed]
  • Longest match winning streak on all surfaces (1977): 46.
  • Best single grand slam tournament (games) win/loss record at US Open (1977) 72.1% (106/41).
Novak Djokovic
  • Fastest male player to qualify for the World Tour Finals: 18 weeks, 6 days (2011)
  • Youngest male player to defeat the top 3 players in succession (2007 Canada Masters)
  • Youngest male player to reach the semifinals of all Grand Slams (2007-2008)
  • Youngest male player to reach the semifinals of all Grand Slams in succession (2007-2008)
  • Most ATP Masters 1000 titles in a single season: 5 (2011)
  • Most consecutive ATP Masters 1000 titles in events entered: 5 (2011)
  • Most consecutive weeks as world number 3: 91 (2007-2009)
  • One of three male players to win the Australian Open-Indian Wells-Miami treble (along with Pete Sampras and Roger Federer) (2011)
  • Longest best-of-three sets men's singles match ever played (shared with Rafael Nadal): 4 hours, 3 minutes (2009 Madrid Masters)
  • Third longest winning streak (after Guillermo Vilas and Ivan Lendl but tied with Bjorn Borg): 43
  • Second longest winning streak in a single season (after John McEnroe): 41 (2011)
  • Most ATP Masters 1000 finals in a single season (tied with Roger Federer): 6 (2011).
  • Most consecutive Dubai Tennis Championships titles (tied with Roger Federer): 3 (2009-2011)
Lleyton Hewitt
  • Youngest qualifier at the Australian Open at 15 years, 11 months old (1997).[7]
  • Won the singles title in Adelaide in 1998 to become the youngest tour winner (16 years, 10 months old) since Michael Chang in 1988 and the lowest-ranked (550) winner in the history of the ATP tour.[7]
  • Youngest male in the open era to win a Grand Slam doubles title at 19 years, 6 months old (2000 US Open).[7]
  • In 2000, he was the first teenager to qualify for the Tennis Masters Cup since Andriy Medvedev in 1993.[7]
  • Youngest ever male player to reach world no. 1
  • Youngest male player to be the year-end World No. 1 at 20 years, 8 months old (2001).[7]
  • Hewitt, Jimmy Connors, Ivan Lendl, Pete Sampras, and Roger Federer are the only male players to be ranked World No. 1 for each week of a year.[citation needed]
  • Best career match winning percentage in finals on (grass) 100% (7/0)
Andy Roddick
  • Most games won in a Grand Slam final (39), in Wimbledon 2009.
  • Most consecutive tie-breaks won (18) in 2007.
Goran Ivanišević
  • The only player to win the men's singles title at Wimbledon as a wildcard. He achieved this in 2001.
  • Most aces by any player in a single season (1,477) in 1996.
Michael Chang
  • Youngest man ever to win a Grand Slam singles title, winning the French Open in 1989 at the age of 17 years and 3 months. It was the only grand slam tournament he would ever win.
Ken Rosewall
  • Oldest man ever to win a Grand Slam singles title, winning the Australian Open in 1972 at the age of 37 years and 2 months.
  • Was a finalist at the 1974 US Open at 39 years 310 days old, making him the oldest player to participate in a Grand Slam final (in the open era).
  • Best win loss record (sets) at a single Grand Slam event (1971) Melbourne overall at 100% (15/0). (record shared with Roger Federer).
Todd Woodbridge
  • Most career men's doubles titles: 83.
Bob and Mike Bryan
  • Most grand slam doubles titles: 11.
  • Most career men's doubles team titles: 75.
  • Most year-end #1 doubles finishes: 7.
  • Most consecutive grand slam finals: 7.
  • Most grand slam doubles finals: 19
  • Only team to win 600 & now 700 matches.
  • Most Masters 1000 doubles titles: 19.

Women

By player

Steffi Graf
  • Most Major singles titles in the open era: 22
  • Most consecutive Major Finals in a row: 13 (87 French through 90 French: Record: 9-4)
  • Only player who has won four singles titles at each Major tournament.
  • Most Major hardcourt titles: 9.
  • Most year-end World No. 1 rankings by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA): 8 (1987–1990, 1993–1996)[8]
  • Ranked World No. 1 or World No. 2 by the WTA longer than any other player (10 years and three months, from March 1987 to June 1997). Ranked World No. 1 by the WTA for more weeks than any other player (377).[8]
  • Only player to have been ranked World No. 1 by the WTA at some point during 10 differents years: 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, and 1997.
  • Ranked World No. 1 by the WTA for more consecutive weeks than any other player (186, August 17, 1987, through March 10, 1991).[9]
  • Holds the record for consecutive Grand Slam singles finals (13 from the 1987 French Open through the 1990 French Open).
  • Won her first 45 singles matches in 1987.[10]
  • Only player to have won the "Golden Grand Slam" - winning all four Grand Slam singles titles and the Olympic singles gold medal in the same calendar year.
  • Second woman to win a non-calendar year Grand Slam in singles with her win at the 1994 Australian Open.
  • During the 1999 French Open, became the first player since the WTA rankings began on November 3, 1975, to defeat the first, second, and third ranked players at the same tournament (#1 Hingis, #2 Davenport, #3 Seles).[8]
  • Became in 1994 at Wimbledon the first female defending champion to lose in the first round of a Grand Slam tournament.[citation needed]
  • Only player to have four times won three of the four Grand Slam singles titles in a calendar year: 1989, 1993, 1995, 1996.
  • Lost only 20 games while winning the 1988 French Open, the second least number of games lost by the winner of a Grand Slam singles tournament during the open era. (Martina Navratilova lost only 19 games while winning the 1983 US Open.)[10]
  • Most singles match wins at the French Open: 84.
  • Only player (man or woman) in history to have defended all the 4 Grand Slam Singles at least once in her career.
  • Highest Hard court winning percentage: 90.30% (335/36).
  • Most career hard court titles: 37
  • Does not have a losing record against any Grand Slam champion.
  • Most WTA premier series titles: 18
  • Longest winning streak against No 1 player (years): 4 (shared with Davenport, Serena and Venus Williams).
Chris Evert
  • Made the most Major finals: 34
  • At least one Major singles win the most consecutive years: 13
  • Won the most French Open's: 7
  • Won the most US Open's: 6
  • Won the most consecutive US Open's (1975-78): 4
  • Made the most consecutive women's singles finals at the US Open: 6
  • Made the most US Open finals amongst men and women: 9
  • Highest Clay court winning percentage:94.05% (316/20).
  • Has the best record on clay of any player male or female for any single surface with a 125 match winning streak with the loss of only 7 sets from August 1973 to May 1979 when she was defeated by Tracy Austin in the semi finals of the 1979 Italian Open
  • Most consecutive years inside the top 4 rankings: 17 (1972–1988)
  • Most career outdoor titles: 112
  • Most career clay court titles: 66
  • Most career match wins overall on clay courts: 316
Martina Navratilova
  • Won most Major titles overall (men or women): 59
  • Most consecutive Major women's singles semifinals: 19.[citation needed]
  • Won the Wimbledon singles title 6 consecutive times, which is an open era record among both men and women.
  • Won the Wimbledon singles title 9 times, which is a record for both men and women.
  • Won more singles titles at one Grand Slam tournament (Wimbledon) in the open era than any other man or woman.
  • Won most single titles (men or women): 167
  • Won most doubles titles (men or women): 177
  • Won most titles overall (men or women): 459
  • Won most single matches (men or women): 1,442
  • Won a career boxed set of Grand Slam (tennis) titles winning singles, same gender doubles and mixed doubles at all four Grand Slam tournaments a record shared with Margaret Court and Doris Hart.
  • Won most Grand Slam combined doubles (same gender and mixed) titles: 31 (an all time record).
  • Won most same gender Grand Slam doubles titles (partnered with Pam Shriver): 20
  • Best single-season win-loss record of all time (man or woman): 86-1 (98.9%) in (1983).
  • Longest winning streak on grass courts: 69
  • Won singles and doubles at same tournament a record 84 times.
  • Won the most WTA Tour Championships titles (1978-86): 8
  • Most WTA Tour Championship Finals (1975-92): 14
  • Won the most WTA Tour Championships doubles titles (1980-91): 11.
  • Most consecutive tour titles in a single season: 13 (1984).
  • Most consecutive years winning at least one tour title: 21 (1973–1994)
  • Most titles at any single WTA tournament overall Ameritech Cup Chicago: 12 (6 wins consecutive 1978-1993).
  • Most career indoor titles: 93
  • Most Grand Slam match wins: 306
  • Most WTA tour finals match wins: 60
  • Most career match wins overall on grass courts: 305
  • Most career match wins overall on carpet courts: 516
  • Most match wins against No 1 ranked player: 18
  • Longest consecutive winning streak (open era):74 matches (1984).
  • Highest Grass court winning percentage: 86.66% (305/39).
  • Highest Carpet court winning percentage:89.99% (576/58).
  • In 2006, Navratilova became the oldest-ever Grand Slam tournament champion when she won the United States Open (U.S. Open) mixed doubles title. At that time she was just over a month away from her 50th birthday (October 18th). Her partner, Bob Bryan, was born in 1978, five years after she won her first Slam title.
  • The only man or woman to win 8 different tournaments at least 7 times.
Serena Williams
  • At 1997 Ameritech Cup in Chicago, became the lowest ranked player in tennis history (No.304) to defeat two Top 10 players Monica Seles and Mary Pierce in one tournament
  • At the 1998 Lipton Championships in Miami became the fastest woman in tennis history to record 5 Top 10 wins by defeating Irina Spîrlea in 2nd Round (16 career matches)
  • At 1999 Open Gaz de France in Paris marking the first time in tennis history that sisters won titles in the same week (Venus Williams won Oklahoma City)
  • At 1999 Evert Cup in Indian Wells became the second non-seeded player to win a Tier I event
  • At the 1999 Lipton Championships in Miami became the first pair of sisters in the Open era to meet in a tournament final (with Venus Williams)
  • At the 1999 US Open, became the second African-American woman to win a Grand Slam title
  • By winning the 2001 Australian Open Doubles championship with Venus Williams, became the fifth pair to complete a Career Doubles Grand Slam and the only pair to win a Career Doubles Golden Slam
  • At the 2001 US Open, marked the first time in the Open era, and second time in 117 years that sisters met in a Grand Slam final (with Venus Williams)
  • In 2001 became the first player in tennis history to win the Season-Ending Championships on her debut
  • During the 2002 Nasdaq-100 Open in Miami, became the second player in the Open era to defeat the first (Jennifer Capriati), second (Venus Williams), and third (Martina Hingis) ranked players at the same tournament
  • At the 2002 French Open, she became the first younger sister to defeat her older sister in a Grand Slam singles tournament.
  • In 2002 became the first ever siblings to rank Top 2 at same time with sister Venus
  • By winning the 2003 Australian Open, became the fifth woman to hold all four Grand Slam singles titles simultaneously.
  • By winning the 2003 Australian Open, became the first African-American to win the championship
  • By winning the Australian Open by defeating Mauresmo and Davenport, became the only player in tennis history to win three Grand Slam singles titles (1999 US Open, 2002 French Open) by beating the top two ranked players.[citation needed]
  • At 2007 Sony Ericsson Open in Miami became lowest ranked player (Number 18) to defeat the Top 2 players in the world in the same tournament by defeating Number 1 Henin & 2 Sharapova
  • In 2008 winning her fifth Miami tournament title, tying Steffi Graf for the most singles titles at this tournament
  • By winning 2008 US Open she makes the longest-ever gap between stints at No.1 (five years, one month)
  • Her six-year gap between Wimbledon titles is second only to Evonne Goolagong Cawley's nine years.
  • Only player to have won three Grand Slam singles titles after saving match points (2003 Australian Open versus Kim Clijsters, 2005 Australian Open versus Maria Sharapova, and 2009 Wimbledon versus Elena Dementieva).[citation needed]
  • Against Elena Dementieva, she played the longest recorded Wimbledon women's semifinal in the open era: 2 hours, 45 minutes.[citation needed]
  • First woman to win US$6 million in prize money in a single year: 2009.
  • In 2010, she became the first woman in the open era to win the Australian Open singles title five times.
  • Longest winning streak against No 1 player (years): 4 (shared with Davenport, Graf and Venus Williams).
Monica Seles
  • By winning the 1990 French Open, became the youngest woman ever to win the tournament.
  • Seles has the longest unbeaten streak in a grand slam tournament with 33-0 victories at the Australian Open (winner in 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996 and semi finalist in 1999).
  • Seles is the only player to win the first 6 grand slams final she entered without a loss.
  • Seles is the only teen to hold 8 grand slams titles (man or woman) before turning 20.
  • By beating Gabriela Sabatini in the 1990 YEC final, Seles became the first woman of the era open to win a 5 sets match.
  • Seles won the French Open 3 times in a row, a feat she shares with Justine Henin and Hilde Sperling.
  • Seles is the only player, man or woman of the open era to win 8 of the first 14 slams she played. In comparison, after 14 slams, Evert had won 5, Graf 1, Hingis 4, Navratilova 0, Serena Williams 1, Venus Williams 2.
  • Seles is the only player who beat Graf 3 times in grand slam finals.
  • Seles is the only #1 player with a leading record against Martina Navratilova.
  • Up to the day of her stabbing, Seles had compiled 253 victories for only 29 losses, a 89.7% winning percentage.
  • Until her stabbing, Seles had a winning record against all active players, except for Steffi Graf.
Margaret Court
  • Most WTA singles titles won in a year: 21 (1970) this was her most notable season she played 24 tournaments winning 21 of them. Out of 110 matches she won 104 giving her (94.54%) winning percentage.
  • Most consecutive Major singles titles (1969-71): 6.
Venus Williams
  • In 1997, Williams became the first unseeded singles finalist at the US Open.
  • In 1998, Williams hit a 127 mph serve on match point in the Zurich Open quarterfinals, which broke the previous 123 mph record set by Brenda Schultz-McCarthy.[citation needed]
  • In 1999, Venus won the IGA Classic in Oklahoma City during the same week that her sister Serena Williams won the tournament in Paris. This was the first time in tennis history that sisters won singles titles in the same week.[citation needed]
  • At the 1999 Lipton International Players Championships in Miami, she and her sister Serena became the first pair of sisters in the open era to meet in a tournament final.
  • At the 2001 Australian Open, Serena and Venus became the fifth pair to complete a Career Doubles Grand Slam and the only pair to win a Career Doubles Golden Slam.
  • The 2001 US Open marked the first time in the open era, and second time in 117 years, that sisters played each other in a Grand Slam singles final (with Serena).
  • In 2002 became the first ever siblings to rank Top 2 at same time with sister Serena.
  • At Wimbledon in 2007, became the lowest seeded (27th) and lowest ranked (31st) Wimbledon women's singles champion.
  • Holds fastest serve recorded by a woman at the French Open: 128 mph in 2007 second round against Ashley Harkleroad.[11]
  • The only female tennis player to have won three career gold medals at the Olympic Games.
  • In Zurich 2008, she tied the all-time serve speed record with a 130 mph ace in the final against Flavia Pennetta, matching Brenda Schultz McCarthy's all-time record (in a qualifying match in Cincinnati).
  • Longest winning streak against No 1 player (years): 4 (shared with Davenport, Graf and Serena Williams).
Justine Henin
  • Shares with Monica Seles the open era record for most consecutive French Open singles titles: 3.
  • Holds the open era record for most consecutive sets won at the French Open: 40 (2005–2010).
  • First woman to win $5 million in prize money in a single year: 2007.
  • In 2005, she became the first reigning French Open champion to lose in the first round at Wimbledon.[citation needed]
  • In 2008, she became the only woman in the open era to retire from professional tennis while being ranked World No. 1.[12]
Martina Hingis
  • On March 31, 1997, Hingis became the youngest player ever to be ranked World No. 1 by the Women's Tennis Association (age &1000000000000001600000016 years, &10000000000000182000000182 days).[13]
  • In 1997, Hingis became the first Swiss woman ever to win Wimbledon.
  • In 1998, Hingis won all four Grand Slam women's doubles titles in the same calendar year, only the fourth woman in tennis history to do so (after Maria Bueno, Martina Navratilova, and Pam Shriver).
  • In 2000, Hingis became the only woman player to earn more than US$3 million in prize money for four consecutive years.[14]
  • On June 8, 1998, Hingis became the third woman since the Women's Tennis Association rankings began on November 3, 1975, to hold the World No. 1 ranking in singles and doubles simultaneously (after Navratilova and Arantxa Sánchez Vicario).[15] Lindsay Davenport , Kim Clijsters , and Serena Williams have since duplicated that feat.[15]
  • Hingis has won all Tier I titles and won all major singles titles except for the French Open and the Olympics.
  • Most WTA premier series finals: 27

References

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  2. ^ Nadal crowns superb summer season with Olympic gold
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