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MEN’S TENNIS RECORDS

TITLES IN OPEN ERA
1
J. Connors 109
2
R. Federer 97
3
I. Lendl 94
4
J. McEnroe 77
5
R. Nadal 75
6
N. Djokovic 68
7
P. Sampras 64
7
B. Borg 64
9
G. Vilas 62
10
A. Agassi 60
11
I. Nastase 58
12
B. Becker 49
13
A. Murray 45
14
R. Laver 44
14
T. Muster 44
16
S. Edberg 41
17
S. Smith 37
18
M. Chang 34
19
M. Wiliander 33
20
A. Ashe 32
OPEN ERA MATCH WINS
1
J. Connors 1256
2
R. Federer 1139
3
I. Lendl 1068
4
G. Vilas 928
5
J. McEnroe 877
6
R. Nadal 877
7
A. Agassi 870
8
S. Edberg 801
9
N. Djokovic 786
10
I. Nastase 775
11
P. Sampras 762
12
D. Ferrer 720
13
B. Becker 713
14
B. Gottfried 680
15
M. Chang 662
16
A, Murray 655
17
S. Smith 646
18
M. Orantes 638
19
A. Ashe 634
20
T. Muster 621
21
L. Hewitt 616
22
A. Roddick 612
23
B. Borg 609
24
Y. Kafelnikov 609

ALL-TIME GRAND SLAM SINGLES TITLE LEADERS
(6 or more, thru 2018 Aus Open)

Aus.
Open
W-L
Roland
Garros
W-L
  Wimby
W-L
 U.S. 
Open
W-L
  Overall
W-L
1. Roger Federer
6-1
1-4
8-3
5-2
20-10
2. Rafael Nadal
1-3
10-0
2-3
3-1
16-7
3. Pete Sampras
2-1
0-0
7-0
5-3
14-4
4. Roy Emerson
6-1
2-1
2-0
2-1
12-3
Novak Djokovic
6-0
1-3
3-1
2-5
12-9
6. Bjorn Borg
0-0
6-0
5-1
0-4
11-5
Rod Laver
3-1
2-1
4-2
2-2
11-6
8. Bill Tilden
0-0
0-2
3-0
7-3
10-5
9. Fred Perry
1-1
1-1
3-0
3-0
8-2
Andre Agassi
4-0
1-2
1-1
2-4
8-7
Jimmy Connors
1-1
0-0
2-4
5-2
8-7
Ken Rosewall
4-1
2-1
0-4
2-2
8-8
Ivan Lendl
2-2
3-2
0-2
3-5
8-11
14. Richard Sears
0-0
0-0
0-0
7-0
7-0
William Renshaw
0-0
0-0
7-1
0-0
7-1
William Larned
0-0
0-0
0-0
7-2
7-2
Henri Cochet
0-0
4-1
2-1
1-1
7-3
Rene Lacoste
0-0
3-2
2-1
2-0
7-3
John Newcombe
2-1
0-0
3-1
2-1
7-3
John McEnroe
0-0
0-1
3-2
4-1
7-4
Mats Wilander
3-1
3-2
0-0
1-1
7-4
22. Don Budge
1-0
1-0
2-0
2-1
6-1
Tony Wilding
2-0
0-0
4-1
0-0
6-1
Laurie Doherty
0-0
0-0
5-1
1-0
6-1
Boris Becker
2-0
0-0
3-4
1-0
6-4
Stefan Edberg
2-3
0-1
2-1
2-0
6-5
Jack Crawford
4-3
1-1
1-1
0-1
6-6
PLAYERS TO WIN
THE GRAND SLAM
Don Budge
1938
Rod Laver 1962, 1969
PLAYERS TO WIN THE CAREER GRAND SLAM
Fred Perry 1935 Roland Garros
Don Budge 1938 Roland Garros
Rod Laver 1962 US Open
Roy Emerson 1964 Wimbledon
Andre Agassi 1999 Roland Garros
Roger Federer 2009 Roland Garros
Rafael Nadal 2010 US Open
Novak Djokovic 2016 Roland Garros

Career Grand Slam achievers (by age completed)

Player Completed at Age**
Don Budge 1938 Roland Garros 22 years 357 days
Rod Laver 1962 US Open 24 years 32 days
Rafael Nadal 2010 US Open 24 years 101 days
Fred Perry 1935 Roland Garros 26 years 15 days
Roger Federer 2009 Roland Garros 27 years 203 days
Roy Emerson 1964 Wimbledon 27 years 244 days
Novak Djokovic 2016 French Open 29 years 14 days
Andre Agassi 1999 Roland Garros 29 years 38 days

** Age as at the end of the tournament

LOWEST RANKED GRAND SLAM FINALISTS
Open Era
Rank Player Event Result
No. 212 Mark Edmondson 1976 Australian Open Champion
No. 188 John Marks 1978 Australian Open Runner-up
No. 125 Goran Ivanisevic 2001 Wimbledon Champion
No. 100 Andrei Medvedev 1999 Roland Garros Runner-up
No. 91 Chris Lewis 1983 Wimbledon Runner-up
No. 86 Marat Safin 2004 Australian Open Runner-up
No. 66 Gustavo Kuerten 1997 Roland Garros Champion
ALL LEFTY GRAND SLAM FINALS
Open Era
1998 Australian Petr Korda d. Marcelo Rios
1984 Wimbledon John McEnroe d. Jimmy Connors
1982 Wimbledon Jimmy Connors d. John McEnroe
1977 U.S. Open Guillermo Vilas d. Jimmy Connors
1977 Australian (Jan.) Roscoe Tanner d. Guillermo Vilas
1975 U.S. Open Manuel Orantes d. Jimmy Connors
1969 U.S. Open Rod Laver d. Tony Roche
1968 Wimbledon Rod Laver d. Tony Roche

Most games lost en route to a Grand Slam final
Open Era

Player Games
Lost
Event Eventual
Finish
Marat Safin 129 2004 Australian Open Runner-up
Goran Ivanisevic 116 1998 Wimbledon Runner-up
Chris Lewis 115 1983 Wimbledon Runner-up
Goran Ivanisevic 114 2001 Wimbledon Champion
Steve Denton 114 1981 Australian Open* Runner-up
* 64-draw event

Attempts to win first Grand Slam (Open Era)

Player First title No. of attempts
Goran Ivanisevic Wimbledon 48
Petr Korda Australian Open 34
Marin Cilic US Open 28
Andres Gomez Roland Garros 27
Thomas Muster Roland Garros 27
Unless Noted, Stats Thru 2018 Australian Open

PLAYERS TO WIN THREE STRAIGHT GRAND SLAMS (Open Era)
(through 2018 Australian Open)

Player 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
Roger Federer 2005 Wimbledon, 2005 US Open, 2006 Australian Open
Roger Federer 2006 Wimbledon, 2006 US Open, 2007 Australian Open
Rafael Nadal 2010 Roland Garros, 2010 Wimbledon, 2010 US Open
Novak Djokovic 2011 Wimbledon, 2011 US Open, 2012 Australian Open
Novak Djokovic 2015 Wimbledon, 2015 US Open, 2016 Australian Open, 2016 French Open

PLAYERS TO WIN FOUR STRAIGHT GRAND SLAMS (All-Time)
(through 2018 Australian Open)

Player Won 4 or more consecutive Grand Slam titles
Don Budge 1937 Wimbledon, 1937 US Open, 1938 Australian Open, 1938 French Open, 1938 Wimbledon, 1938 US
Rod Laver 1962 Australian Open, 1962 Roland Garros, 1962 Wimbledon, 1962 US Open
Rod Laver 1969 Australian Open, 1969 Roland Garros, 1969 Wimbledon, 1969 US Open
Novak Djokovic 2015 Wimbledon, 2015 US Open, 2016 Australian Open, 2016 French Open
 

CONSECUTIVE GRAND SLAM FINALS (Open Era)
Player Consecutive Grand Slam finals
1
Roger Federer 10 – 2005 Wimbedon – 2007 US Open
2
Roger Federer 8 – 2008 Roland Garros – 2010 Australian Open
3
Novak Djokovic 6 – 2015 Australian Open – 2016 Roland Garros
4
Rafael Nadal 5 – 2011 Roland Garros – 2012 Roland Garros

 

SAVING BEST FOR LAST
winning a Slam Final after saving match points

Australian
1960 – Rod Laver d. Neale Fraser 57 36 63 86 86 — Saved 1 M.P.
1947 – Dinny Pails d. John Bromwich 46 64 36 75 86 — Saved 1 M.P.
1927 – Gerald Patterson d. John Hawkes 36 64 36 18-16 63 — Saved 5 M.P.
Roland Garros
2004 – Gaston Gaudio d. Guillermo Coria 06 36 64 61 86 — Saved 2 M.P.
1934 – Gottfried von Cramm d. Jack Crawford 64 79 36 75 63 — Saved 1 M.P.
1927 – Rene Lacoste d. Bill Tilden 64 46 57 63 11-9 — Saved 2 M.P.
Wimbledon (not including the Challenge round)
1948 – Bob Falkenburg d. John Bromwich 75 06 62 36 75 — Saved 3 M.P.
1927 – Henri Cochet d. Jean Borotra 46 46 63 64 75 — Saved 6 M.P.
United States
1936 – Fred Perry d. Don Budge 26 62 86 16 10-8 — Saved 2 M.P.

Hard court title leaders (Open Era)

Player

Hard court titles

Roger Federer
66
Novak Djokovic
51
Jimmy Connors
49
Andre Agassi
48
Pete Sampras
38
Andy Murray
33
Ivan Lendl
31


Most clay court titles (Open Era)

Rank Player Total clay
1. Rafael Nadal 53
2. Guillermo Vilas 49
3. Thomas Muster 40
4. Bjorn Borg 30
4. Manuel Orantes 30
6. Ivan Lendl 28
7. Ilie Nastase 27

 

MOST ACES HIT IN A MATCH
since 1991
Aces
Player
W/L
Opponent
Rnd
Event
Sets
113
J. Isner
W
N. Mahut
1st
10 Wimbledon
5
103
N. Mahut
L
J. Isner
1st
10 Wimbledon
5
78
I. Karlovic
L
R. Stepanek
SF
09 Davis Cup
5
75
I. Karolovic
W
H. Zeballos
1st
17 Australian Open
5
61
I. Karlovic
W
Y-H Lu
1st
16 US Open
5
55
I. Karlovic
L
L. Hewitt
1st
09 French Open
5
53
I. Karlovic
W
Y. Sugita
2nd
18 Australian Open
5
53
I. Karlovic
W
A. Dolgoplov
2nd
15 Wimbledon
5
52
I. Karlovic
L
A. Seppi
3rd
18 Australian Open
5
52
J. Isner
L
F. Lopez
3rd
14 Wimbledon
4
51
J. Johansson
L
A. Agassi
4th
05 Australian Open
4
51
I. Karlovic
L
D. Bracciali
1st
05 Wimbledon
5
51
G. Muller
W
S. Giraldo
1st
16 Wimbledon
5
50
R. Federer
W
A. Roddick
F
09 Wimbledon
5
49
J. Isner
W
B. Tomic
1R
16 Davis Cup
4
49
R. Krajicek
L
Y.Kafelnikov
QF
99 US Open
5

MOST ACES WITHOUT A DOUBLE FAULT
since 1991

Player
Aces Tournament Result
John Isner 49 2016 Davis Cup 1R Won
John Isner 37 2016 Australian Open 1R Won
Ivo Karlovic 34 2007 Stockholm 1R Won
Andy Roddick 33 2010 Australian Open 4R Won
Marat Safin 31 2004 Australian Open F Won
OPEN ERA MATCH WINNING STREAKS
Player Matches
1. Guillermo Vilas 46 (1977)
2. Ivan Lendl 44 (1981-82)
3. Novak Djokovic 43 (2010-11)
4. John McEnroe 42 (1984)
5. Roger Federer 41 (2006-7)
6. Bjorn Borg 38 (1979-80)
7. Bjorn Borg 35 (1978)
Roger Federer 35 (2005)
Thomas Muster 35 (1995)
WINNING STREAKS SINCE 1990
Player Matches
1. Novak Djokovic 43 (10-11)
2. Roger Federer 41 (06-07)
3. Roger Federer 35 (2005)
3. Thomas Muster 35 (1995)
5. Rafael Nadal 32 (2008)
6. Pete Sampras 29 (1994)
7. Novak Djokovic 28 (13-14)
7. Novak Djokovic 28 (2015)
9. Rafael Nadal 26 (2006)
9. Andre Agassi 26 (1995)
9. Roger Federer 26 (04-05)
12. Jim Courier 25 (1992)
12. Roger Federer 25 (2005)
14. Andy Murray 25 (16-17-)
14. Rafael Nadal 24 (2005)
14. Pete Sampras 24 (1999)
14. Rafael Nadal 24 (2010)
18. Novak Djokovic 23 (2015)
18. Roger Federer 23 (2004)
FASTEST SERVES IN TENNIS – RADAR GUN LEADERS

fastest individual serves recorded since 1991 (all guns)

Player MPH KMH Tournament
Sam Groth (AUS)
163.7
263.4
2012 Busan CH
Albano Olivetti (FRA)
160
257.5
2012 Bergamo CH
John Isner (USA)
157.2
253
2016 Davis Cup
Milos Raonic (CAN)
155.3
250
2012 Canadian Open
Andy Roddick (USA)
155
249
2004 Davis Cup (BLR)
Joachim Johannson (SWE)
152
245
2004 Davis Cup

MOST CONSECUTIVE GRAND SLAMS PLAYED (Open Era)

(Through the 2018 Australian Open, bold = active)

Rank Player Consecutive Grand Slam Events Played
1. Roger Federer 65
2. Feliciano Lopez 64
3. Fernando Verdasco 59
3. Wayne Ferreira 56
5. Stefan Edberg 54
6. Tomas Berdych 52
7. Novak Djokovic 51
7. Andreas Seppi 51
8. David Ferrer 50
8. Guillermo Garcia Lopez 50
8. Stan Wawrinka 50
 

OTHER STATS (most in a year):
Singles Titles Won: 16 – Vilas (1977)
Doubles Titles Won: 17 – McEnroe (1979)
Doubles Team Titles Won: 15 – Fleming/McEnroe (1979)
Match Win Pct.: .965 (82-3) – McEnroe (1984)
ATP Single Season Prize Money Record: $21,592,125 – Djokovic (2015)
Youngest Titlist: 16yrs, 2mos – Krickstein (Tel Aviv 1983)
Oldest Titlist: 43yrs, 11days – Rosewall (Hong Kong 1977)
Lowest Ranked Winner: No. 550 – Hewitt (Adelaide 1998)
Longest Singles Match (games): 183 – Isner d. Mahut (2010 Wimbledon 1st RD)
Longest Singles Match (time): 11:05 – – Isner d. Mahut (2010 Wimbledon 1st RD)
Longest Doubles Match (time): 7:01 – Berdych/Rosol d. Chiudinelli/Wawrinka (13 DC 1st RD)
Longest Grand Slam final (time): 5:53 – Djokovic d. Nadal (2012 Australian Open F)

Home Country Grand Slam Title Drought

Event Last Native Champion
Australian Open Mark Edmondson 1976
Roland Garros Yannick Noah 1983
Wimbledon Andy Murray 2016
US Open Andy Roddick 2003

Doubles Grand Slam Team Title-Leaders (Open Era)

Rank Player No. of titles
1 Bob Bryan/Mike Bryan 16
2 Todd Woodbridge/Mark Woodforde 11
3 John Newcombe/Tony Roche
Peter Fleming/John McEnroe
7
5 Jonas Bjorkman/Todd Woodbridge
Jacco Eltingh/Paul Haarhuis
Bob Lutz/Stan Smith
5
 

LONGEST MATCHES IN TENNIS HISTORY (thru 2016):

11 h 05 Wimbledon 2010, 1st round: John Isner def. Nicolas Mahut, 6–4, 3–6, 6–7(7–9), 7–6(7–3), 70–68 (3 days).
7 h 01 Davis Cup 2013, 1st round (CZE v SUI): Tomas Berdych, Lukas Rosol def. Stanislas Wawrinka, Marco Chiudinelli, 6–4, 5–7, 6–4, 6–7(3–7), 24–22 (1 day).
6 h 43 Davis Cup 2015, 1st Round (ARG v BRA) Leonardo Mayer def. Joao Souza, 7–6(7–4), 7–6(7–5), 5–7, 5–7, 15–13 (1 day).
6 h 33 French Open 2004, 1st round: Fabrice Santoro def. Arnaud Clément, 6–4, 6–3, 6–7(5–7), 3–6, 16–14 (2 days).
6 h 22 Davis Cup 1982, quarterfinal (USA v SWE): John McEnroe def. Mats Wilander, 9–7, 6–2, 15–17, 3–6, 8–6 (1 day ; before tie-break).
6 h 21 Davis Cup 1987 playoff (GER v USA): Boris Becker def. John McEnroe, 4–6, 15–13, 8–10, 6–2, 6–2 (1 day ; before tie-break).
6 h 20 Davis Cup 2002 semifinal (ARG v RUS): Lucas Arnold Ker, David Nalbandian def. Yevgeni Kafelnikov, Marat Safin, 6–4, 6–4, 5–7, 3–6, 19–17 (1 day).
6 h 04 Davis Cup 1989, quarterfinal (AUT v SWE): Horst Skoff def. Mats Wilander, 6–7(5–7), 7–6(9–7), 1–6, 6–4, 9–7 (1 day).

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