Welcome to ATP's new LEADERBOARDS, statistical measures of the best-performing players in three key categories. For the first time, LEADERBOARDS offer SERVE, RETURN and UNDER PRESSURE player ratings to reveal which ATP Tour stars are the best in these crucial fields and how they stack up against their peers. Serve Leaders. TM. Return Leaders. TM.
John McEnroe won the most titles overall. Jimmy Connors won the most singles titles. Bob and Mike Bryan won 119 doubles titles together. Player. Span. Sing. Doub. Mix. Total.
Alexander Zverev. 2020. Australian Open. Novak Djokovic. Dominic Thiem. 2019. U.S. Open. Rafael Nadal. Daniil Medvedev.
These male professional tennis players have the most career singles match wins in the Open Era, which began in April 1968.. Totals as listed by the ATP website. As of 21 October 2021.
US Open Chuck McKinley: 1: Wimbledon Roy Emerson: 1: Australian Open Open Era: Rafael Nadal: 4: French Open (2008, 2010, 2017, 2020) Björn Borg: 3: French Open (1978, 1980), Wimbledon Roger Federer: 2: Australian Open , Wimbledon Ken Rosewall: 1: Australian Open Ilie Năstase: 1: French Open
Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal won 20 Grand Slam titles in singles. In the history of tennis, 151 players won Grand Slam tournaments. Among them, 66 were champions just once, 29 did it 5 or more times and just 8 got 10 or more titles. Note: The French Open became and international event in 1925 and only from that year it's considered a Grand Slam tournament.
Official FedEx ATP Rankings of the world's best tennis players, including Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. WATCH LISTEN
All-time tennis records – men's singles, covers the period from 1877 to present. Before the beginning of the Open Era in April 1968, only amateurs were allowed to compete in established tennis tournaments, including the four Grand Slam tournaments (also known as the Majors). Wimbledon, the oldest of the Majors, was founded in 1877, followed ...