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. The first open event was the 1968 British Hard Court Championships held in April,[1] followed by the inaugural open Grand Slam event, the French Open, a month later.[2] Unless otherwise sourced, all records are based on data from the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP),[3] the International Tennis Federation (ITF),[4] and the official websites of the four Grand Slam tournaments. All rankings-related records are based on ATP Rankings, which began in 1973. The names of active players appear in boldface for their career totals, currently active streaks, and in-progress season totals.

Grand Slam tournamentsEdit

Career totalsEdit

Titles #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 20
Spain Rafael Nadal
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 17
4. United States Pete Sampras 14
5. Sweden Björn Borg 11
6. United States Jimmy Connors 8
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl
United States Andre Agassi
9. United States John McEnroe 7
Sweden Mats Wilander
Finals #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 31
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 28
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 27
4. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 19
5. United States Pete Sampras 18
6. Sweden Björn Borg 16
7. United States Jimmy Connors 15
United States Andre Agassi
9. United States John McEnroe 11
Sweden Mats Wilander
Sweden Stefan Edberg
United Kingdom Andy Murray
Semifinals #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 46
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 38
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 34
4. United States Jimmy Connors 31
5. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 28
6. United States Andre Agassi 26
7. United States Pete Sampras 23
8. United Kingdom Andy Murray 21
9. United States John McEnroe 19
Sweden Stefan Edberg
Quarterfinals #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 57
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 47
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 42
4. United States Jimmy Connors 41
5. United States Andre Agassi 36
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 34
7. United Kingdom Andy Murray 30
8. United States Pete Sampras 29
9. United States John McEnroe 26
Sweden Stefan Edberg
Matches played #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 421
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 341
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 321
4. United States Jimmy Connors 282
5. United States Andre Agassi 277
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 271
7. United States Pete Sampras 241
8. United Kingdom Andy Murray 237
9. Sweden Stefan Edberg 225
10. Australia Lleyton Hewitt 212
Matches won #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 362
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 296
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 282
4. United States Jimmy Connors 233
5. United States Andre Agassi 224
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 222
7. United States Pete Sampras 203
8. United Kingdom Andy Murray 190
9. Sweden Stefan Edberg 178
10. United States John McEnroe 167
Match record % W–L
1. Sweden Björn Borg 89.8 141–16
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 87.9 282–39
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 86.8 296–45
4. Switzerland Roger Federer 86.0 362–59
5. Australia Rod Laver 85.7 60–10
6. United States Pete Sampras 84.2 203–38
7. Australia Ken Rosewall 82.9 92–19
8. United States Jimmy Connors 82.6 233–49
9. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 81.9 222–49
10. Australia John Newcombe 81.6 93–21
minimum 50 wins
Finals win rate % W–L
1. Australia Rod Laver 83.3 5–1
2. United States Pete Sampras 77.8 14–4
3. Australia John Newcombe 71.4 5–2
Spain Rafael Nadal 71.4 20–8
5. Sweden Björn Borg 68.8 11–5
6. Switzerland Roger Federer 64.5 20–11
7. United States John McEnroe 63.6 7–4
Sweden Mats Wilander 7–4
9. Serbia Novak Djokovic 63.0 17–10
10. West Germany Boris Becker 60.0 6–4
minimum 5 titles
Appearances #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 79
2. Spain Feliciano López 75
3. France Fabrice Santoro 70
4. Russia Mikhail Youzhny 69
5. Spain Fernando Verdasco 67
6. Australia Lleyton Hewitt 66
7. Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber 64
8. Spain David Ferrer 63
9. Croatia Ivo Karlović 62
Serbia Novak Djokovic
Italy Andreas Seppi

Consecutive recordsEdit

Spanning consecutive eventsEdit

Titles # Years
1. Australia Rod Laver 4 1969
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–2016
3. United States Pete Sampras 3 1993–1994
Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–2006
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2006–2007
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2011–2012
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2018–2019
Finals # Years
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 10 2005–2007
2. Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 8 2008–2010
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 6 2015–2016
4. Spain Rafael Nadal 5 2011–2012
5. Australia Rod Laver 4 1969
United States Andre Agassi 1999–2000
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2011–2012
Semifinals # Years
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 23 2004–2010
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 14 2010–2013
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 10 1985–1988
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 9 2014–2016
5. Spain Rafael Nadal 7 2018–2019
6. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 6 1983–1984
7. Germany Boris Becker 5 1990–1991
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2007–2008
Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2008–2009
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2011–2012
Spain Rafael Nadal (3)
Serbia Novak Djokovic (4) 2018–2019
Quarterfinals # Years
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 36 2004–2013
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 28 2009–2016
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 14 1985–1989
4. Spain Rafael Nadal 11 2009–2012
5. United States Pete Sampras 10 1992–1994
Spain David Ferrer 2012–2014
Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2017–2020
8. United Kingdom Andy Murray 9 2011–2013
United Kingdom Andy Murray (2) 2013–2015
10. Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 7 1983–1984
Sweden Mats Wilander 1987–1988
Matches won # Years
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 30 2015–2016
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 27 2005–2006
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2006–2007
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2011–2012
5. Australia Rod Laver 26 1969
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2018–2019
7. United States Pete Sampras 25 1993–1994
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010–2011
9. Sweden Björn Borg 20 1978
Sweden Björn Borg (2) 1980
Switzerland Roger Federer (3) 2009
Sets won # Years
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 36 2006–2007
2. United States John McEnroe 35 1984
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 29 2017
4. Sweden Björn Borg 28 1980
Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2010
6. Sweden Stefan Edberg 26 1991–1992
7. Serbia Novak Djokovic 25 2019
8. Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 24 2005
Spain Rafael Nadal (3) 2008
Spain Rafael Nadal (4) 2010
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2018–2019
Appearances # Years
1. Spain Feliciano López 74 2002–2020
2. Spain Fernando Verdasco 67 2003–2020
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 65 2000–2016
4. Italy Andreas Seppi 61 2005–2020
5. South Africa Wayne Ferreira 56 1991–2004
6. Sweden Stefan Edberg 54 1983–1996
7. Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych 52 2003–2016
8. Serbia Novak Djokovic 51 2005–2017
9. Spain David Ferrer 50 2003–2015
Spain Guillermo García López 2005–2017
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka

Spanning non-consecutive eventsEdit

Finals won # Years
1. United States Pete Sampras 8 1995–2000
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 7 2003–2006
Spain Rafael Nadal 2008–2011
4. Australia Rod Laver 5 1968–1969
Australia John Newcombe 1970–1975
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2018–2020
Semifinals won # Years
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 16 2010–2018
2. Sweden Björn Borg 14 1976–1981
3. United States Jimmy Connors 11 1974–1978
Quarterfinals won # Years
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 25 2003–2010


Consecutive per year totalsEdit

3 titles # Years
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 2 2006–2007
2+ titles # Years
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 4 2004–2007
2. Sweden Björn Borg 3 1978–1980
United States Pete Sampras 1993–1995
4. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 2 1986–1987
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–2016
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2018–2019
1+ title # Years
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 10 2005–2014
2. Sweden Björn Borg 8 1974–1981
United States Pete Sampras 1993–2000
Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–2010
5. Serbia Novak Djokovic 6 2011–2016
1+ final # Years
1. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 11 1981–1991
United States Pete Sampras 1992–2002
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 10 2003–2012
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–2014
5. Sweden Björn Borg 8 1974–1981

Career records per Grand Slam eventEdit

Titles per Grand Slam eventEdit

Australian Open #
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 8
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 6
3. United States Andre Agassi 4
4. Sweden Mats Wilander 3
French Open #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 13
2. Sweden Björn Borg 6
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 3
Sweden Mats Wilander
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
Wimbledon #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 8
2. United States Pete Sampras 7
3. Sweden Björn Borg 5
Serbia Novak Djokovic
5. United States John McEnroe 3
Germany Boris Becker
US Open #
1. United States Jimmy Connors 5
United States Pete Sampras
Switzerland Roger Federer
4. United States John McEnroe 4
Spain Rafael Nadal
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 3
Serbia Novak Djokovic

Finals per Grand Slam eventEdit

Australian Open # Record
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 8 8–0
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 7 6–1
3. Sweden Stefan Edberg 5 2–3
United Kingdom Andy Murray 0–5
Spain Rafael Nadal 1–4
6. Sweden Mats Wilander 4 3–1
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 2–2
United States Andre Agassi 4–0
9. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 3 2–1
United States Pete Sampras 2–1
Russia Marat Safin 1–2
French Open # Record
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 13 13–0
2. Sweden Björn Borg 6 6–0
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 5 3–2
Sweden Mats Wilander 3–2
Switzerland Roger Federer 1–4
Serbia Novak Djokovic 1–4
7. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 4 1–3
8. United States Jim Courier 3 2–1
Spain Sergi Bruguera 2–1
United States Andre Agassi 1–2
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten 3–0
Wimbledon # Record
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 12 8–4
2. Germany Boris Becker 7 3–4
United States Pete Sampras 7–0
4. Sweden Björn Borg 6 5–1
United States Jimmy Connors 2–4
Serbia Novak Djokovic 5–1
7. United States John McEnroe 5 3–2
Spain Rafael Nadal 2–3
9. Croatia Goran Ivanišević 4 1–3
10. Australia John Newcombe 3 2–1
Sweden Stefan Edberg 2–1
United States Andy Roddick 0–3
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2–1
US Open # Record
1. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 8 3–5
United States Pete Sampras 5–3
Serbia Novak Djokovic 3–5
4. United States Jimmy Connors 7 5–2
Switzerland Roger Federer 5–2
6. United States Andre Agassi 6 2–4
7. United States John McEnroe 5 4–1
Spain Rafael Nadal 4–1
9. Sweden Björn Borg 4 0–4

Match wins per Grand Slam eventEdit

Australian Open #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 102
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 75
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 65
4. Sweden Stefan Edberg 56
5. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 48
United States Andre Agassi
United Kingdom Andy Murray
8. Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych 47
9. United States Pete Sampras 45
10. Switzerland Stan Wawrinka 42
French Open #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 100
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 74
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 70
4. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 58
5. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 53
6. United States Andre Agassi 51
7. Sweden Björn Borg 49
8. Sweden Mats Wilander 47
9. Spain David Ferrer 44
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka
Wimbledon #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 101
2. United States Jimmy Connors 84
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 72
4. Germany Boris Becker 71
5. United States Pete Sampras 63
6. United States John McEnroe 59
7. United Kingdom Andy Murray 57
8. Spain Rafael Nadal 53
9. Sweden Björn Borg 51
10. Sweden Stefan Edberg 49
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia/Croatia Goran Ivanišević
US Open #
1. United States Jimmy Connors 98
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 89
3. United States Andre Agassi 79
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic 75
5. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 73
6. United States Pete Sampras 71
7. United States John McEnroe 65
8. Spain Rafael Nadal 64
9. Australia Lleyton Hewitt 47
10. United Kingdom Andy Murray 46

Match record per Grand Slam event (minimum 20 wins)Edit

Australian Open % W–L
1. United States Andre Agassi 90.6 48–5
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 90.4 75–8
3. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 88.5 23–3
4. Switzerland Roger Federer 87.2 102–15
5. Sweden Stefan Edberg 84.8 56–10
6. Sweden Mats Wilander 83.7 36–7
7. United States Pete Sampras 83.3 45–9
8. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 82.8 48–10
9. Spain Rafael Nadal 82.3 65–14
10. United States Jim Courier 81.4 35–8
French Open % W–L
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 98.0 100–2
2. Sweden Björn Borg 96.1 49–2
3. Sweden Mats Wilander 83.9 47–9
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic 83.1 74–15
5. Brazil Gustavo Kuerten 81.8 36–8
6. United States Jim Courier 81.6 40–9
7. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 81.5 53–12
8. Switzerland Roger Federer 80.5 70–17
9. Austria Dominic Thiem 80.0 28–7
10. Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš 78.0 39–11
Wimbledon % W–L
1. Sweden Björn Borg 92.7 51–4
2. United States Pete Sampras 90.0 63–7
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 88.6 101–13
4. Australia Rod Laver 88.0 22–3
5. Serbia Novak Djokovic 87.8 72–10
6. Australia John Newcombe 86.5 32–5
7. Germany Boris Becker 85.5 71–12
8. United Kingdom Andy Murray 85.1 57–10
9. United States John McEnroe 84.3 59–11
10. United States Jimmy Connors 82.4 84–18
US Open % W–L
1. United States Pete Sampras 88.8 71–9
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 86.4 89–14
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 86.2 75–12
4. Spain Rafael Nadal 85.3 64–11
5. United States Jimmy Connors 85.2 98–17
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 84.9 73–13
7. United States John McEnroe 84.4 65–12
8. Australia Ken Rosewall 83.3 30–6
9. Australia John Newcombe 81.8 27–6
10. Sweden Björn Borg 81.6 40–9

Per event consecutive recordsEdit

Titles

Australian Open # Years
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 3 2011–2013
2. Australia Ken Rosewall 2 1971–1972
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1978–1979
South Africa/United States Johan Kriek 1981–1982
Sweden Mats Wilander 1983–1984
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1985–1987
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1989–1990
United States Jim Courier 1992–1993
United States Andre Agassi 2000–2001
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–2007
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2015–2016
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) 2017–2018
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) 2019–2020
French Open # Years
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 5 2010–2014
2. Sweden Björn Borg 4 1978–1981
Spain Rafael Nadal (2) 2005–2008
Spain Rafael Nadal (3) 2017–2020
5. Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš 2 1970–1971
Sweden Björn Borg (2) 1974–1975
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1986–1987
United States Jim Courier 1991–1992
Spain Sergi Bruguera 1993–1994
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten 2000–2001
Wimbledon # Years
1. Sweden Björn Borg 5 1976–1980
Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–2007
3. United States Pete Sampras 4 1997–2000
4. United States Pete Sampras (2) 3 1993–1995
5. Australia Rod Laver 2 1968–1969
Australia John Newcombe 1970–1971
United States John McEnroe 1983–1984
Germany Boris Becker 1985–1986
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014–2015
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) 2018–2019
US Open # Years
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 5 2004–2008
2. United States John McEnroe 3 1979–1981
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1985–1987
4. United States Jimmy Connors 2 1982–1983
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1991–1992
United States Pete Sampras 1995–1996
Australia Pat Rafter 1997–1998

Matches won

# Australian Open Years
25 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–14
20 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1989–91
19 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–08
18 United States Jim Courier 1992–94
# French Open Years
39 Spain Rafael Nadal 2010–15
31 Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–09
30 Spain Rafael Nadal 2016–20
28 Sweden Björn Borg 1978–81
# Wimbledon Years
41 Sweden Björn Borg 1976–81
40 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–08
31 United States Pete Sampras 1997–01
25 United States Pete Sampras 1993–96
# US Open Years
40 Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–09
27 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1985–88
25 United States John McEnroe 1979–82
19 United States Jimmy Connors 1982–84

Sets won

# Australian Open Years
30 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–08
27 United States Andre Agassi 2003–04
26 Australia Ken Rosewall 1971–72
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–12
# French Open Years
41 Sweden Björn Borg 1979–81
38 Spain Rafael Nadal 2016–18
32 Spain Rafael Nadal 2007–09
29 Romania Ilie Năstase 1973–74
# Wimbledon Years
34 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
Switzerland Roger Federer 2017–18
31 United States John McEnroe 1984–85
26 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–04
# US Open Years
26 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1985–86
25 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1986–87
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2018–19
24 Sweden Stefan Edberg 1991–92

Per court type career totalsEdit

Match wins

Hard #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 191
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 150
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 129
4. United States Andre Agassi 127
5. United States Pete Sampras 116
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 105
7. United Kingdom Andy Murray 94
8. Switzerland Stan Wawrinka 86
9. Sweden Stefan Edberg 84
10. United States Andy Roddick 81
Clay #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 100
2. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 75
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 74
4. Switzerland Roger Federer 70
5. Sweden Björn Borg 63
6. United States Jimmy Connors 59
7. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 53
8. United States Andre Agassi 51
9. Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš 48
10. Sweden Mats Wilander 47
Grass #
1. United States Jimmy Connors 107
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 101
3. Australia John Newcombe 89
4. Australia Ken Rosewall 77
Germany Boris Becker
6. United States Arthur Ashe 74
7. Serbia Novak Djokovic 72
8. United States Stan Smith 69
9. United States John McEnroe 66
10. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 64
Sweden Stefan Edberg

Match record (minimum 20 wins)

Hard % W–L
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 88.2 150–20
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 86.8 191–29
3. United States Pete Sampras 86.6 116–18
4. United States Jimmy Connors 85.9 67–11
5. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 85.4 105–18
6. Sweden Björn Borg 84.6 22–4
7. United States Andre Agassi 84.1 127–24
8. United States John McEnroe 83.9 73–14
9. Spain Rafael Nadal 83.8 129–25
10. Sweden Stefan Edberg 80.8 84–20
Clay % W–L
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 98.0 100–2
2. Sweden Björn Borg 92.6 63–5
3. Sweden Mats Wilander 83.9 47–9
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic 83.1 74–15
5. Brazil Gustavo Kuerten 81.8 36–8
6. United States Jim Courier 81.6 40–9
7. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 81.5 53–12
8. Switzerland Roger Federer 80.5 70–17
9. Austria Dominic Thiem 80.0 28–7
10. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 79.8 75–19
Grass % W–L
1. United States Pete Sampras 90.0 63–7
2. Sweden Björn Borg 88.9 56–7
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 88.6 101–13
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic 87.8 72–10
5. United Kingdom Andy Murray 85.1 57–10
6. Australia Rod Laver 84.6 44–8
7. Germany Boris Becker 83.7 77–15
8. United States John McEnroe 83.5 66–13
9. Australia John Newcombe 83.2 89–18
10. United States Jimmy Connors 82.3 107–23

Career achievementsEdit

Career Grand Slam* Event of completion Age
Australia Rod Laver 1969 US Open 31
United States Andre Agassi 1999 French Open 29
Switzerland Roger Federer 2009 French Open 27
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010 US Open 24
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2016 French Open 29
* each Grand Slam title at least once

Agassi and Nadal also achieved a Career Golden Slam, and Agassi a Career Super Slam.

# Won the tournament without losing a set
4 Spain Rafael Nadal 2008 French Open, 2010 French Open, 2017 French Open, 2020 French Open
3 Sweden Björn Borg 1976 Wimbledon, 1978 French Open, 1980 French Open
2 Switzerland Roger Federer 2007 Australian Open, 2017 Wimbledon
1 Australia Ken Rosewall 1971 Australian Open
Romania Ilie Năstase 1973 French Open

Calendar year achievementsEdit

All 4 titles Year
Australia Rod Laver 1969
called the "Calendar Slam"
# 3+ titles Year
3 Switzerland Roger Federer 2004, 2006–07
2 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011, 2015
1 Australia Rod Laver 1969
United States Jimmy Connors 1974
Sweden Mats Wilander 1988
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010
# 2+ titles Year
6 Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–07, 2009, 2017
5 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011, 2015–16, 2018–19
Spain Rafael Nadal 2008, 2010, 2013, 2017, 2019
4 United States Pete Sampras 1993–95, 1997
3 Sweden Björn Borg 1978–80
2 United States Jimmy Connors 1974, 1982
United States John McEnroe 1981, 1984
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1986–87
1 Australia Rod Laver 1969
Australia John Newcombe 1973
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
Sweden Mats Wilander 1988
Germany Boris Becker 1989
United States Jim Courier 1992
United States Andre Agassi 1999
# All 4 finals Year
3 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–07, 2009
1 Australia Rod Laver 1969
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
* Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1986
No Australian Open in 1986.
Ivan Lendl made all 3 available finals.
# All 4 semifinals Year
5 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–09
4 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–13, 2015
2 Spain Rafael Nadal 2008, 2019
1 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl* 1987
Australia Rod Laver 1969
Australia Tony Roche
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2011
* Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1986
No Australian Open in 1986.
Ivan Lendl made all 3 available SFs.
# All 4 quarterfinals Year
8 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–12
6 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2010–15
5 Spain Rafael Nadal 2008, 2010–11, 2018–19
4 United Kingdom Andy Murray 2011–12, 2014, 2016
3 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl* 1983, 1987–88
2 United States Andre Agassi 1995, 2001
Spain David Ferrer 2012–13
1 Australia Rod Laver 1969
Australia Tony Roche
Australia John Newcombe
United States John McEnroe 1985
Sweden Mats Wilander 1988
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1991
United States Pete Sampras 1993
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka 2015
* Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1986
Germany Boris Becker
France Henri Leconte
Austria Dominic Thiem 2020
No Australian Open in 1986; No Wimbledon in 2020.
Ivan Lendl, Boris Becker, Henri Leconte, and Dominic Thiem made all 3 available QFs.

All tournamentsEdit

Career totalsEdit

Titles, finals, finals win rateEdit

Titles #
1. United States Jimmy Connors 109
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 103
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 94
4. Spain Rafael Nadal 86
5. Serbia Novak Djokovic 81
6. United States John McEnroe 77
7. Australia Rod Laver 72
8. Sweden Björn Borg 66
9. Romania Ilie Năstase 64
United States Pete Sampras
Finals #
1. United States Jimmy Connors 164
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 157
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 146
4. Spain Rafael Nadal 123
5. Serbia Novak Djokovic 116
6. United States John McEnroe 109
7. Romania Ilie Năstase 104
Argentina Guillermo Vilas
9. Australia Rod Laver 99
10. Sweden Björn Borg 93
Finals win rate % W–L
1. Austria Thomas Muster 81.5 44–10
2. Australia Rod Laver 72.7 72–27
United States Pete Sampras 72.7 64–24
4. Sweden Björn Borg 71.7 66–26
5. United States John McEnroe 71.0 76–31
6. Spain Rafael Nadal 69.9 86–37
7. Serbia Novak Djokovic 69.8 81–35
8. United States Jimmy Connors 69.0 109–49
9. United Kingdom Andy Murray 67.6 46–22
10. United States Andre Agassi 66.3 59–30
minimum 30 titles

Matches played, won, win rateEdit

Matches played #
1. United States Jimmy Connors 1557
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 1513
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1310
4. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1248
5. Romania Ilie Năstase 1238
6. Spain Rafael Nadal 1208
7. United States Andre Agassi 1144
8. Serbia Novak Djokovic 1126
9. Spain David Ferrer 1111
10. United States John McEnroe 1081
Matches won #
1. United States Jimmy Connors 1274
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 1242
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1068
4. Spain Rafael Nadal 1004
5. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 951
6. Serbia Novak Djokovic 934
7. Romania Ilie Năstase 905
8. United States John McEnroe 883
9. United States Andre Agassi 870
10. Sweden Stefan Edberg 801
Match record % W–L
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 83.1 1004–204
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 82.9 934–192
3. Sweden Björn Borg 82.4 654–140
4. Switzerland Roger Federer 82.1 1242–271
5. United States Jimmy Connors 81.8 1274–283
6. United States John McEnroe 81.7 883–198
7. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 81.5 1068–242
8. Australia Rod Laver 79.8 576–146
9. United States Pete Sampras 77.4 762–222
10. United Kingdom Andy Murray 77.2 676–200
minimum 500 wins

Playing top 10 ranked opponentsEdit

Matches won #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 224
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 215
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 174
4. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 166
5. United States John McEnroe 128
6. United States Jimmy Connors 126
7. United States Pete Sampras 124
8. Germany Boris Becker 121
9. Sweden Björn Borg 111
10. United States Andre Agassi 109
Match record % W–L
1. Sweden Björn Borg 72.5 111–42
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 68.3 215–100
3. Germany Boris Becker 65.1 121–65
4. Spain Rafael Nadal 64.7 174–95
5. Switzerland Roger Federer 64.6 224–123
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 64.3 166–92
7. United States Pete Sampras 63.6 124–71
8. United States John McEnroe 57.7 128–94
9. United Kingdom Andy Murray 55.1 102–83
10. United States Andre Agassi 54.8 109–90
minimum 100 wins

Per court type career totalsEdit

Titles

Hard #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 71
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 60
3. United States Andre Agassi 46
4. United States Jimmy Connors 43
5. United States Pete Sampras 36
6. United Kingdom Andy Murray 34
7. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 32
8. Australia Rod Laver 25
9. United States John McEnroe 22
Sweden Stefan Edberg
United States Michael Chang
Spain Rafael Nadal
Clay #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 60
2. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 49
3. Austria Thomas Muster 40
4. Sweden Björn Borg 32
5. Romania Ilie Năstase 31
Spain Manuel Orantes
7. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 28
8. Argentina José Luis Clerc 21
9. Sweden Mats Wilander 20
10. Ecuador Andrés Gómez 16
Spain Carlos Moyá
Grass #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 19
2. United States Pete Sampras 10
3. Australia Rod Laver 9
United States Jimmy Connors
5. Australia Ken Rosewall 8
United States Stan Smith
Soviet Union Alex Metreveli
United States John McEnroe
Australia Lleyton Hewitt
United Kingdom Andy Murray
Carpet #
1. United States Jimmy Connors 45
2. United States John McEnroe 43
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 32
4. Germany Boris Becker 26
5. Australia Rod Laver 23
6. Sweden Björn Borg 22
United States Arthur Ashe
8. United States Stan Smith 19
Romania Ilie Năstase
10. United States Pete Sampras 15
Outdoor #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 84
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 77
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 68
4. United States Jimmy Connors 56
5. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 53
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 52
7. United States Andre Agassi 48
8. Australia Rod Laver 44
9. Austria Thomas Muster 43
10. Sweden Björn Borg 42
Indoor #
1. United States Jimmy Connors 53
2. United States John McEnroe 52
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 42
4. Germany Boris Becker 30
5. Australia Rod Laver 28
6. Romania Ilie Năstase 26
United States Stan Smith
Switzerland Roger Federer
9. United States Arthur Ashe 25
10. Sweden Björn Borg 24

Matches wonEdit

Hard #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 782
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 604
3. United States Andre Agassi 592
4. United States Jimmy Connors 489
5. Spain Rafael Nadal 486
6. United Kingdom Andy Murray 454
7. United States Pete Sampras 429
8. United States Andy Roddick 426
9. United States Michael Chang 415
10. Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych 401
Clay #
1. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 681
2. Spain Manuel Orantes 555
3. Spain Rafael Nadal 445
4. Austria Thomas Muster 426
5. Romania Ilie Năstase 422
6. Spain José Higueras 385
7. United States Eddie Dibbs 382
8. Spain Carlos Moyá 337
9. Spain David Ferrer 335
10. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 329
Ecuador Andrés Gómez
Grass #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 187
2. United States Jimmy Connors 185
3. Australia John Newcombe 164
4. Australia Phil Dent 157
5. Australia John Alexander 146
6. Australia Ken Rosewall 145
7. United States Stan Smith 143
8. Australia Tony Roche 136
9. United States Arthur Ashe 132
10. Australia Lleyton Hewitt 129
Carpet #
1. United States Jimmy Connors 392
2. United States John McEnroe 349
3. United States Arthur Ashe 286
4. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 258
5. Germany Boris Becker 257
6. Romania Ilie Năstase 223
7. United States Brian Gottfried 216
8. Australia Rod Laver 208
9. United States Stan Smith 205
10. United States Vitas Gerulaitis 196
Outdoor #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 944
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 910
3. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 813
4. United States Jimmy Connors 787
5. Serbia Novak Djokovic 778
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 727
7. United States Andre Agassi 702
8. Spain David Ferrer 628
9. Spain Manuel Orantes 621
10. Romania Ilie Năstase 584
Indoor #
1. United States Jimmy Connors 487
2. United States John McEnroe 423
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 341
4. United States Arthur Ashe 339
5. Romania Ilie Năstase 309
6. United States Brian Gottfried 307
7. United States Stan Smith 303
8. Switzerland Roger Federer 298
9. Germany Boris Becker 297
10. Sweden Stefan Edberg 257

Match win rateEdit

Hard % W–L
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 84.1 604–114
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 83.5 782–154
3. United States Jimmy Connors 83.2 489–99
4. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 82.8 400–83
5. United States John McEnroe 81.6 289–65
6. United States Pete Sampras 80.6 429–103
7. United States Andre Agassi 78.9 592–158
8. Sweden Stefan Edberg 78.4 382–105
9. Spain Rafael Nadal 77.88 486–138
10. United Kingdom Andy Murray 77.87 454–129
minimum 200 wins
Clay % W–L
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 91.8 445–40
2. Sweden Björn Borg 86.1 285–46
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 81.0 329–77
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic 80.1 225–56
5. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 79.7 681–173
6. Romania Ilie Năstase 78.9 422–113
7. Australia Ken Rosewall 78.8 134–36
8. Argentina José Luis Clerc 77.3 307–90
9. Spain Manuel Orantes 77.1 555–165
10. Austria Thomas Muster 77.0 426–127
minimum 100 wins
Grass % W–L
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 87.4 187–27
2. United States John McEnroe 85.8 121–20
3. Australia Rod Laver 84.8 95–17
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic 84.1 95–18
5. United Kingdom Andy Murray 83.6 107–21
6. United States Pete Sampras 83.5 101–20
7. United States Jimmy Connors 83.0 185–38
8. Germany Boris Becker 82.3 116–25
9. Sweden Björn Borg 81.8 72–16
10. Soviet Union Alex Metreveli 81.5 119–27
minimum 50 wins
Carpet % W–L
1. United States John McEnroe 84.3 349–65
2. United States Jimmy Connors 82.5 392–83
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 82.4 258–55
4. Sweden Björn Borg 81.2 181–42
5. Germany Boris Becker 80.3 257–63
6. Australia Rod Laver 78.2 208–58
7. United States Arthur Ashe 76.9 286–86
8. United States Pete Sampras 75.9 142–45
9. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov 73.5 166–60
10. United States Stan Smith 71.4 205–82
minimum 100 wins
Outdoor % W–L
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 84.8 910–163
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 84.1 778–147
3. Sweden Björn Borg 83.3 430–86
4. Switzerland Roger Federer 82.4 944–201
5. United States Jimmy Connors 82.0 787–173
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 80.9 727–172
7. Australia Rod Laver 80.8 345–82
8. United States John McEnroe 78.6 460–125
9. United States Andre Agassi 77.74 702–201
10. Argentina Guillermo Vilas 77.65 813–234
minimum 200 wins
Indoor % W–L
1. United States John McEnroe 85.3 423–73
2. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 83.0 341–70
3. United States Jimmy Connors 81.6 487–110
4. Switzerland Roger Federer 81.0 298–70
5. Sweden Björn Borg 80.6 224–54
6. West Germany Boris Becker 79.8 297–75
7. United Kingdom Andy Murray 78.8 141–38
8. Australia Rod Laver 78.3 231–64
9. United States Pete Sampras 77.7 213–61
10. Serbia Novak Djokovic 77.6 156–45
minimum 100 wins

Per event career totalsEdit

Grand Slams are in boldface, and ties are listed chronologically.

# Titles Event Years
13 Spain Rafael Nadal French Open 2005–2008, 2010–2014, 2017–2020
11 Spain Rafael Nadal (2) Monte-Carlo 2005–2012, 2016–2018
Spain Rafael Nadal (3) Barcelona 2005–2009, 2011–2013, 2016–2018
10 Switzerland Roger Federer Halle 2003–2006, 2008, 2013–2015, 2017, 2019
Switzerland Roger Federer (2) Basel 2006–2008, 2010–2011, 2014–2015, 2017–2019
9 Spain Rafael Nadal (4) Rome 2005–2007, 2009–2010, 2012–2013, 2018–2019
8 Argentina Guillermo Vilas Buenos Aires 1973–1976, 1977 (x2), 1979, 1982
Switzerland Roger Federer (3) Wimbledon 2003–2007, 2009, 2012, 2017
Switzerland Roger Federer (4) Dubai 2003–2005, 2007, 2012, 2014–2015, 2019
Serbia Novak Djokovic Australian Open 2008, 2011–2013, 2015–2016, 2019–2020
7 United States Pete Sampras Wimbledon 1993–1995, 1997–2000
Switzerland Roger Federer (5) Cincinnati 2005, 2007, 2009–2010, 2012, 2014–2015
6 United States Jimmy Connors Birmingham 1974–1977, 1979–1980
Sweden Björn Borg French Open 1974–1975, 1978–1981
Hungary Balázs Taróczy Amersfoort 1976, 1978–1982
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl Canada 1980–1981, 1983, 1987–1989
United States Andre Agassi Miami 1990, 1995–1996, 2001–2003
Switzerland Roger Federer (6) ATP Finals 2003–2004, 2006–2007, 2010–2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) Beijing 2009–2010, 2012–2015
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) Miami 2007, 2011–2012, 2014–2016
Switzerland Roger Federer (7) Australian Open 2004, 2006–2007, 2010, 2017–2018
# Finals Event Years
15 Switzerland Roger Federer Basel 2000–2001, 2006–2015, 2017–2019
13 Switzerland Roger Federer (2) Halle 2003–2006, 2008, 2010, 2012–2015, 2017–2019
Spain Rafael Nadal French Open 2005–2008, 2010–2014, 2017–2020
12 Spain Rafael Nadal (2) Monte-Carlo 2005–2013, 2016–2018
Switzerland Roger Federer (3) Wimbledon 2003–2009, 2012, 2014–2015, 2017, 2019
11 Spain Rafael Nadal (3) Barcelona 2005–2009, 2011–2013, 2016–2018
Spain Rafael Nadal (4) Rome 2005–2007, 2009–2014, 2018–2019
10 Argentina Guillermo Vilas Buenos Aires 1972–1976, 1977 (x2), 1979, 1981–1982
Switzerland Roger Federer (4) ATP Finals 2003–2007, 2010–2012, 2014–2015
Switzerland Roger Federer (5) Dubai 2003–2007, 2011–2012, 2014–2015, 2019
Serbia Novak Djokovic Rome 2008–2009, 2011–2012, 2014–2017, 2019–2020
9 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl ATP Finals 1980–1988
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl (2) Canada 1980–1983, 1985, 1987–1989, 1992
Switzerland Roger Federer (6) Indian Wells 2004–2006, 2012, 2014–2015, 2017–2019
8 United States John McEnroe WCT Finals 1979–1984, 1987, 1989
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl (3) US Open 1982–1989
Germany Boris Becker ATP Finals 1985–1986, 1988–1989, 1992, 1994–1996
United States Pete Sampras US Open 1990, 1992–1993, 1995–1996, 2000–2002
United States Andre Agassi Miami 1990, 1994–1996, 1998, 2001–2003
United States Andre Agassi (2) San Jose 1990, 1993, 1995–1996, 1998, 2001–2003
Spain Rafael Nadal (5) Madrid 2005, 2009–2011, 2013–2015, 2017
United States John Isner Atlanta 2010–2011, 2013–2018
Switzerland Roger Federer (7) Cincinnati 2005, 2007, 2009–2010, 2012, 2014–2015, 2018
Serbia Novak Djokovic (2) US Open 2007, 2010–2013, 2015–2016, 2018
Serbia Novak Djokovic (3) Australian Open 2008, 2011–2013, 2015–2016, 2019–2020

Per year cumulative recordsEdit

M/Y is average number of matches per year during the streak

# Total seasons
90%+ win rate
Years M/Y
5 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1982, 1985–87, 1989 90.6
4 United States Jimmy Connors 1974–76, 1978 95.0
Sweden Björn Borg 1977–80 84.3
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–06, 2017 80.3
2 Spain Rafael Nadal 2013, 2018 65.5
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011, 2015 82
1 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977 150
United States John McEnroe 1984 85
minimum 25 matches/year
# Cons. seasons
90%+ win rate
Years M/Y
4 Sweden Björn Borg 1977–80 84.3
3 United States Jimmy Connors 1974–76 95.0
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1985–87 84.0
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–06 87.3
minimum 25 matches/year
# Total seasons
80%+ win rate
Years M/Y
15 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–12, 2014–15, 2017–19 77.7
13 United States Jimmy Connors 1973–84, 1988 95.0
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–14, 2017–19 74.3
11 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2009, 2011–20 72.2
10 United States John McEnroe 1978–86, 1989 79.9
9 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1981–83, 1985–90 85.4
7 Sweden Björn Borg 1975–81 79.6
6 Australia Rod Laver 1969–71, 1973–75 87
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1974–78, 1982 105.5
United States Pete Sampras 1993–97, 1999 78.2
minimum 25 matches/year
# Cons. seasons
80%+ win rate
Years M/Y
12 United States Jimmy Connors 1973–84 85.5
10 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–12 82.5
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–14 77.2
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011–20 69.7
9 United States John McEnroe 1978–86 82.3
7 Sweden Björn Borg 1975–81 79.6
6 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1985–90 75.5
5 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1974–78 108
United States Pete Sampras 1993–97 84.2
4 Germany Boris Becker 1988–91 71.3
minimum 25 matches/year
# Total seasons
won 10+ titles
Years
4 United States Jimmy Connors 1973–74, 1976, 1978
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1981–82, 1985, 1989
3 Australia Rod Laver[a] 1968–70
United States John McEnroe 1979, 1981, 1984
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004–06
2 Romania Ilie Năstase 1972–73
Sweden Björn Borg 1977, 1979
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005, 2013
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011, 2015


# Total seasons
won a title
Years
18 Switzerland Roger Federer 2001–15, 2017–19
17 Spain Rafael Nadal 2004–20
15 United States Jimmy Connors 1972–84, 1988–89
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2006–20
14 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1980–93
13 United Kingdom Andy Murray 2006–17, 2019
United States John McEnroe 1978–86, 1988–91
12 Sweden Stefan Edberg 1984–95
Germany Boris Becker 1985–96
United States Andy Roddick 2001–12
United States Pete Sampras 1990–00, 2002
United States Michael Chang 1988–98, 2000
# Cons. seasons
won a title
Years
17 Spain Rafael Nadal 2004–20
15 Switzerland Roger Federer 2001–15
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2006–20
14 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1980–93
13 United States Jimmy Connors 1972–84
12 Sweden Stefan Edberg 1984–95
Germany Boris Becker 1985–96
United States Andy Roddick 2001–12
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2006–17
11 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1973–83
United States Brian Gottfried
United States Michael Chang 1988–98
United States Pete Sampras 1990–00
Croatia Marin Čilić 2008–18
# Total seasons
reached a final
Years
20 Switzerland Roger Federer 2000–19
19 United States Jimmy Connors 1971–89
17 Spain Rafael Nadal 2004–20
16 Spain Manuel Orantes 1968–83
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1979–94
France Gaël Monfils 2005–20
15 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2006–20
Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych 2004–17, 2019
14 United States John McEnroe 1978–91
Spain Carlos Moyá 1995–08
Germany Boris Becker 1985–96, 1998–99
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2005–17, 2019
# Cons. seasons
reached a final
Years
20 Switzerland Roger Federer 2000–19
19 United States Jimmy Connors 1971–89
17 Spain Rafael Nadal 2004–20
16 Spain Manuel Orantes 1968–83
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1979–94
France Gaël Monfils 2005–20
15 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2006–20
14 United States John McEnroe 1978–91
Spain Carlos Moyá 1995–08
Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych 2004–17

Single season recordsEdit

# Titles Year
18 Australia Rod Laver[5] 1969
16 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
15 Australia Rod Laver[6] 1970
Romania Ilie Năstase 1973
United States Jimmy Connors 1974
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1982
13 Sweden Björn Borg 1979
United States John McEnroe 1984
12 Romania Ilie Năstase 1972
United States Jimmy Connors 1976
Austria Thomas Muster 1995
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
# Match wins Year
134 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
121 Romania Ilie Năstase 1973
119 Romania Ilie Năstase 1972
110 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1980
106 Australia Rod Laver[5] 1969
United States Brian Gottfried 1977
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1982
97 United States Arthur Ashe 1975
96 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981
95 United States John McEnroe 1979
Match record Year % W–L
United States John McEnroe 1984 96.5 82–3
United States Jimmy Connors 1974 95.9 93–4
Switzerland Roger Federer 2005 95.3 81–4
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006 94.8 92–5
Sweden Björn Borg 1979 93.3 84–6
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015 93.2 82–6
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1986 92.5 74–6
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1985 92.3 84–7
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1982 92.2 106–9
minimum 70 wins
# Top 10 wins Year
31 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015
24 United States John McEnroe 1984
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
Serbia Novak Djokovic
22 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1985
21 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2016
20 Sweden Björn Borg 1979
19 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014

Win streaksEdit

# Matches Years
49 Sweden Björn Borg[b] 1978
48 Sweden Björn Borg[b] 1979–80
46 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
44 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981–82
43 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2010–11
42 United States John McEnroe 1984
41 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–07
36 United States Jimmy Connors 1975
35 United States Jimmy Connors 1974
Austria Thomas Muster 1995
Switzerland Roger Federer 2005
# Sets Years
44 United States Jimmy Connors 1974
43 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1985
39 United States Jimmy Connors 1976
Sweden Björn Borg 1980
37 United States John McEnroe 1982
35 United States John McEnroe 1984
34 United States Jimmy Connors 1975
Sweden Björn Borg 1979
32 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1986
Argentina Guillermo Coria 2003
Switzerland Roger Federer 2017

Consecutive matches won on each court type

# Hard Years
56 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
36 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–07
35 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2010–11
34 United States Pete Sampras 1994
United States Pete Sampras 1996–97
# Clay Years
81 Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–07
53 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
46 Sweden Björn Borg 1977–79
40 Austria Thomas Muster 1995
38 Austria Thomas Muster 1995–96
# Grass Years
65 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–08
41 Sweden Björn Borg 1976–81
23 United States John McEnroe 1980–82
United States Pete Sampras 1994–96
United States Pete Sampras 1998–00
# Carpet Years
66 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981–83
65 United States John McEnroe 1983–85
32 United States Arthur Ashe 1975

Consecutive sets won on each court type

# Hard Years
34 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2016
33 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
31 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–07
# Clay Years
50 Spain Rafael Nadal 2017–18
35 Argentina Guillermo Coria 2003–04
34 Romania Ilie Năstase 1973
# Grass Years
36 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–04
30 Switzerland Roger Federer 2017
29 Switzerland Roger Federer 2007–08
# Carpet Years
49 United States John McEnroe 1984
44 United States Jimmy Connors 1974
36 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1982–83

Titles won and finals reached across consecutive tournaments played

# Titles Years
10 Sweden Björn Borg 1979–80
8 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981–82
United States John McEnroe 1983–84
7 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–07
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16
# Finals Years
18 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 1981–82
17 Switzerland Roger Federer 2005–06
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16
13 Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1977
Sweden Björn Borg 1979–80
11 United States John McEnroe 1983–84

Consecutive wins in tournament finals and against top 10 opponents

# Finals Years
24 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–05
19 Australia Rod Laver 1969–70
15 Sweden Björn Borg 1979–80
14 Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–06
12 Australia Rod Laver 1973–75
United States John McEnroe 1980–81
United States John McEnroe 1984–85
11 Australia John Newcombe 1971–73
Sweden Björn Borg 1977
Argentina José Luis Clerc 1980–81
Austria Thomas Muster 1994–95
Switzerland Stan Wawrinka 2014–16
# Top 10 Years
24 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003–05
17 Switzerland Roger Federer 2006–07
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2015–16
16 Sweden Björn Borg 1978
15 Sweden Björn Borg 1979–80
14 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012–13
Spain Rafael Nadal 2012–13
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2018
13 United States John McEnroe 1983–84
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005–06
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2011
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2013

Year-end championshipsEdit

The year-end championships (YECs) listed here are the most prestigious tournaments after the Grand Slams. There have been three prominent YECs in the Open Era, each involving only top performers for the given year.(1970–present) This is a combination of the YECs for two separate tours: the ITF Grand Prix that ran until 1989 and the ATP Tour that replaced it. For record-keeping purposes, the ATP has incorporated the entire history of the ITF Masters Grand Prix alongside its ATP Finals tournament; thus they are both listed as "ATP" here. In total, these YECs have been held at numerous venues around the globe and played on several surfaces (indoor hard courts since 2006).(1971–89) The WCT Finals, as the YEC for the World Championship Tennis tour, was held in Dallas, Texas and played on indoor carpet courts.(1990–99) The Grand Slam Cup (GSC) was an ITF event for the top performers in the year's Grand Slam events. It was held in Munich, Germany and played on indoor carpet courts.WCT and GSC events are specifically indicated in the Overall titles table.

Overall totalsEdit

# Titles Years
8 United States John McEnroe 1978, 1979 (WCT), 1981 (WCT), 1983, 1983 (WCT), 1984, 1984 (WCT), 1989 (WCT)
7 Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1981, 1982, 1982 (WCT), 1985, 1985 (WCT), 1986, 1987
United States Pete Sampras 1990 (GSC), 1991, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1997 (GSC), 1999
6 Switzerland Roger Federer 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011
5 Germany Boris Becker 1988, 1988 (WCT), 1992, 1995, 1996 (GSC)
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2008, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
4 Romania Ilie Năstase 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975
3 United States Jimmy Connors 1977, 1977 (WCT), 1980 (WCT)
Sweden Björn Borg 1976 (WCT), 1979, 1980
2 Australia Ken Rosewall 1971 (WCT), 1972 (WCT)
United States Stan Smith 1970, 1973 (WCT)
Germany Michael Stich 1992 (GSC), 1993
Australia Lleyton Hewitt 2001, 2002
Finals #
1. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 12
United States John McEnroe
3. Germany Boris Becker 11
4. Switzerland Roger Federer 10
5. United States Pete Sampras 9
6. Sweden Björn Borg 8
7. Serbia Novak Djokovic 7
8. United States Andre Agassi 5
9. Romania Ilie Năstase 4
United States Jimmy Connors
Semifinals #
1. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 18
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 16
3. United States John McEnroe 15
United States Pete Sampras
5. Germany Boris Becker 13
6. United States Jimmy Connors 12
7. Sweden Björn Borg 9
Serbia Novak Djokovic
9. United States Andre Agassi 7
10. Spain Rafael Nadal 6
Appearances #
1. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 19
United States John McEnroe
United States Andre Agassi
4. Germany Boris Becker 18
5. United States Jimmy Connors 17
Switzerland Roger Federer
Match wins #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 59
2. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 52
3. United States Pete Sampras 51
4. Germany Boris Becker 48
5. United States John McEnroe 41
Match record % W–L
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 77.63 59–17
2. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 77.61 52–15
3. United States Pete Sampras 75.0 51–17
4. Germany Boris Becker 72.7 48–18
5. Serbia Novak Djokovic 70.4 38–16
minimum 30 wins

ATP totalsEdit

Titles #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 6
2. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 5
United States Pete Sampras
Serbia Novak Djokovic
5. Romania Ilie Năstase 4
Finals #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 10
2. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 9
3. Germany Boris Becker 8
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic 7
5. United States Pete Sampras 6
Semifinals #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 16
2. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 12
3. United States Pete Sampras 10
4. Germany Boris Becker 9
Serbia Novak Djokovic
Appearances #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 17
2. United States Andre Agassi 13
Serbia Novak Djokovic
4. Czech Republic/United States Ivan Lendl 12
5. United States Jimmy Connors 11
Germany Boris Becker
United States Pete Sampras
Match wins #
1. Switzerland Roger Federer 59
2. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 39
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 38
4. Germany Boris Becker 36
5. United States Pete Sampras 35
Match record % W–L
1. Romania Ilie Năstase 88.0 22–3
2. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 79.6 39–10
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 77.6 59–17
4. Germany Boris Becker 73.5 36–13
5. Serbia Novak Djokovic 70.4 38–16
minimum 20 wins
Not losing a set Year #
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1982, 85–86 3
United States John McEnroe 1983 1

WCT totalsEdit

Titles #
1. United States John McEnroe 5
2. Australia Ken Rosewall 2
United States Jimmy Connors
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
5. eight players 1
Finals #
1. United States John McEnroe 8
2. Sweden Björn Borg 4
3. United States Jimmy Connors 3
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
5. Australia Ken Rosewall 2
Australia Rod Laver
United States Arthur Ashe
Germany Boris Becker
Semifinals #
1. United States John McEnroe 9
2. Sweden Björn Borg 5
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
4. Australia Rod Laver 4
United States Arthur Ashe
United States Jimmy Connors
Appearances #
1. United States John McEnroe 9
2. United States Arthur Ashe 6
3. Australia Rod Laver 5
Sweden Björn Borg
United States Jimmy Connors
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Match wins #
1. United States John McEnroe 21
2. Sweden Björn Borg 10
United States Jimmy Connors
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
5. Australia Ken Rosewall 7
United States Arthur Ashe
Match record W–L
1. Australia Ken Rosewall 7–1
2. United States John McEnroe 21–4
3. Germany Boris Becker 5–1
4. Sweden Björn Borg 10–3
United States Jimmy Connors
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
minimum 5 wins
Not losing a set Year #
United States John McEnroe 1981, 84 2

Masters tournamentsEdit

(1970–present)

These are a collection of 9 annual tournaments that are the most important after the Grand Slams and the year-end championships. From 1970, the Grand Prix circuit, alongside the smaller WCT circuit, was the highest tier of men’s tennis. The leading tournament category on the Grand Prix circuit was the Grand Prix Super Series, the predecessor to the Masters Series. Starting from 1990, the ATP took control of the main tour creating the ATP Tour. Since then, the tournaments outside of the Grand Slams and year-end championships on the ATP Tour have been classified as ATP Masters 1000, ATP 500 and ATP 250 events. The Masters Series was part of the Championship Series from 1990 to 1995, was known as Super 9 from 1996 to 1999 and took it’s Masters Series name in 2000 before being known as the Masters 1000 series in 2009.

Career totalsEdit

Titles #
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 36
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 35
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 28
4. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 22
5. United States John McEnroe 19
6. United States Andre Agassi 17
United States Jimmy Connors
8. Sweden Björn Borg 15
9. United Kingdom Andy Murray 14
10. Germany Boris Becker 13
Finals #
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 52
2. Spain Rafael Nadal 51
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 50
4. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 33
5. United States Jimmy Connors 29
6. United States John McEnroe 26
7. United States Andre Agassi 23
8. Germany Boris Becker 21
United Kingdom Andy Murray
10. Sweden Björn Borg 20
Sweden Stefan Edberg
Semifinals #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 74
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 69
3. Switzerland Roger Federer 66
4. United States Jimmy Connors 49
5. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 40
6. Sweden Stefan Edberg 35
United States Andre Agassi
8. United States John McEnroe 33
United Kingdom Andy Murray
10. Germany Boris Becker 31
United States Pete Sampras
Match wins #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 389
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 381
3. Serbia Novak Djokovic 365
4. United States Jimmy Connors 231
5. United States Andre Agassi 230
6. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 223
7. United Kingdom Andy Murray 215
8. United States Pete Sampras 197
9. Sweden Stefan Edberg 196
10. United States John McEnroe 195
Match record % W–L
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 82.77 389–81
2. Sweden Björn Borg 82.76 144–30
3. United States John McEnroe 82.28 195–42
4. Serbia Novak Djokovic 82.21 365–79
5. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 81.7 223–50
6. Switzerland Roger Federer 77.9 381–108
7. United States Jimmy Connors 77.0 231–69
8. Germany Boris Becker 73.9 178–63
9. Sweden Stefan Edberg 73.7 196–70
10. United States Andre Agassi 73.5 230–83
minimum 100 wins

Titles per court type

Hard #
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 26
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 22
3. United States Andre Agassi 14
4. United Kingdom Andy Murray 12
5. Spain Rafael Nadal 10
Clay #
1. Spain Rafael Nadal 25
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 10
3. Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 8
4. Austria Thomas Muster 6
Switzerland Roger Federer

Titles won per seasonEdit

Player # Year
1. Serbia Novak Djokovic 6 2015
2. Serbia Novak Djokovic 5 2011
Spain Rafael Nadal 2013
4. Switzerland Roger Federer 4 2005
Spain Rafael Nadal 2005
Switzerland Roger Federer 2006
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2014
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2016
9. Sweden Stefan Edberg 3 1990
United States Pete Sampras 1994
United States Andre Agassi 1995
Austria Thomas Muster 1995
Chile Marcelo Ríos 1998
United States Andre Agassi 2002
Switzerland Roger Federer 2004
Spain Rafael Nadal 2007
Spain Rafael Nadal 2008
Spain Rafael Nadal 2009
Spain Rafael Nadal 2010
Switzerland Roger Federer 2012
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2012
Serbia Novak Djokovic 2013
United Kingdom Andy Murray 2016
Switzerland Roger Federer 2017
Spain Rafael Nadal 2018

Olympic tournamentsEdit

Tennis became an official Olympic sport in 1988, so there have been eight events in the Open Era. Andy Murray has won two titles,[11] while Fernando González and Juan Martín del Potro, with one silver and bronze medal each, are the only other players to have won more than one singles medal.

Match wins #
Switzerland Roger Federer 13
United Kingdom Andy Murray 12
Chile Fernando González 10
Spain Rafael Nadal
Argentina Juan Martín del Potro
Serbia Novak Djokovic 9
Switzerland Marc Rosset 8
Chile Nicolás Massú
Japan Kei Nishikori
Match record W–L
Czechoslovakia Miloslav Mečíř 6–0
United States Andre Agassi
Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov
United Kingdom Andy Murray 12–1
Switzerland Marc Rosset 8–1
Chile Fernando González 10–2
Spain Rafael Nadal
Argentina Juan Martín del Potro
minimum 6 wins
Appearances #
Croatia Goran Ivanišević 4
Romania Andrei Pavel
Switzerland Roger Federer
Chinese Taipei Lu Yen-hsun

ATP Rankings achievementsEdit

ATP Rankings began in 1973. These weekly rankings determine event eligibility and seedings. At the end of each year they also become the official ATP season rankings.

  • Note: The ATP Tour was suspended from 16 March to 21 August, 2020. The ATP Ranking was frozen from 23 March to 23 August, 2020.

Total weeks as of 4 January 2021 with currently-ranked players in boldface[12]

Year-end totals through 2020