In 1965, Margaret Court won a record nine titles out of twelve available to a player in the same year: the singles, doubles and mixed doubles at all four Grand Slam tournaments. In 1985, Martina Navratilova reached the final in all Grand Slam events held that year, equaling the record of eleven final appearances set by Court in 1963 and repeated a year later.
Ken Rosewall holds a record 15 Pro Slam titles, and a record 23 overall Major titles, counting both Amateur and Pro circuits. Roy Emerson was the first male player in history to win each Major title twice, and the only male player to have won a career Grand Slam in both singles and doubles.
Men's Grand Slam Title Winners: YEAR: TOURNAMENT: WINNER: RUNNER-UP: 2021: U.S. Open: Daniil Medvedev: Novak Djokovic: 2021: Wimbledon: Novak Djokovic: Matteo Berrettini: 2021: French Open: Novak ...
In the history of men's tennis, only two players have won the calendar Grand Slam, Don Budge (1938) and Rod Laver (1962 and 1969). Budge remains the sole player to have won six Majors in a row (1937–1938). In the Open Era, only one player has achieved the non-calendar year Grand Slam, Novak Djokovic (2015–2016). This is followed by a career Grand Slam, a feat achieved by a player winning each of the Majors during their career, which eight players have done.
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Navratilova maintains the record for the greatest number of single titles, but Graf beat her that day: 6-2, 6-7, 6-1. Both great players are among the top five female Grand Slam title winners. Margaret Smith Court: 24; Serena Williams: 23; Steffi Graf: 22; Helen Wills Moody: 19; Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert: 18
The race continues for the most grand slam titles in men’s tennis, with Novak Djokovic hoping to overtake Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in 2021.. The trio have been the dominant forces for well ...
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.