List of Grand Slam men's singles champions

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Roger Federer has won 17 Major singles titles - the most ever by any man in history.
Don Budge is the only male player in tennis history to have won six consecutive Grand Slam singles titles, from Wimbledon 1937 to US Open 1938.
Rod Laver won all four Majors in a year twice (1962 and 1969) - a record which still stands.
Pete Sampras won 14 Major titles, 7 of them at Wimbledon, both sole world records at the time of his retirement in 2002.
Bill Tilden won 10 Major titles in the 1920s, becoming the first male player to achieve this feat.
Andre Agassi was the first player to complete the Career Grand Slam on three different surfaces, and the first male player in history to win the Career Golden Slam (winning the four Grand Slams and the Olympic Gold Medal in singles).
Roy Emerson was the first male player in history to win each Major title twice, and the only player to have won a career Grand Slam in both singles and doubles.
Rafael Nadal has won 8 French Open titles at Roland Garros, making him the only male player with eight titles at one particular Grand Slam event.
Ken Rosewall holds a record 15 Pro Slam titles, and a record 23 overall Major titles, counting both Amateur and Pro circuits.

This article details the list of men's singles Grand Slam tournaments tennis champions. Some major changes have taken place in history and have affected the number of titles have been won by various players. These have included the opening of the French national championships to international players in 1925, the elimination of the challenge round in 1922, and the admission of professional players in 1968 (the start of the 'Open' era).[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]

Champions by year

YearAustralia Australian OpenFrance French OpenUnited Kingdom WimbledonUnited States US Open
1877started in 1905started in 1891 UK: Spencer Gorestarted in 1881
1878tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom Frank Hadowtournament not created
1879tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom John Hartley (1/2)tournament not created
1880tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom John Hartley (2/2)tournament not created
1881tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom William Renshaw (1/7) USA: Richard Sears (1/7)
1882tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom William Renshaw (2/7)United States Richard Sears (2/7)
1883tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom William Renshaw (3/7)United States Richard Sears (3/7)
1884tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom William Renshaw (4/7)United States Richard Sears (4/7)
1885tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom William Renshaw (5/7)United States Richard Sears (5/7)
1886tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom William Renshaw (6/7)United States Richard Sears (6/7)
1887tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom Herbert LawfordUnited States Richard Sears (7/7)
1888tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom Ernest RenshawUnited States Henry Slocum (1/2)
1889tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom William Renshaw (7/7)United States Henry Slocum (2/2)
1890tournament not createdtournament not createdUnited Kingdom Willoughby HamiltonUnited States Oliver Campbell (1/3)
1891tournament not createdUnited Kingdom Briggs, H.H. Briggs *United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley (1/3)United States Oliver Campbell (2/3)
1892tournament not created FRA: Schopfer, JeanJean Schopfer *United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley (2/3)United States Oliver Campbell (3/3)
1893tournament not createdFrance Riboulet, LaurentLaurent Riboulet *United Kingdom Joshua Pim (1/2)United States Robert Wrenn (1/4)
1894tournament not createdFrance Vacherot, AndréAndré Vacherot *United Kingdom Joshua Pim (2/2)United States Robert Wrenn (2/4)
1895tournament not createdFrance Vacherot, AndréAndré Vacherot *United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley (3/3)United States Fred Hovey
1896tournament not createdFrance Vacherot, AndréAndré Vacherot *United Kingdom Harold MahoneyUnited States Robert Wrenn (3/4)
1897tournament not createdFrance Aymé, PaulPaul Aymé *United Kingdom Reginald Doherty (1/4)United States Robert Wrenn (4/4)
1898tournament not createdFrance Aymé, PaulPaul Aymé *United Kingdom Reginald Doherty (2/4)United States Malcolm Whitman (1/3)
1899tournament not createdFrance Aymé, PaulPaul Aymé *United Kingdom Reginald Doherty (3/4)United States Malcolm Whitman (2/3)
1900tournament not createdFrance Aymé, PaulPaul Aymé *United Kingdom Reginald Doherty (4/4)United States Malcolm Whitman (3/3)
1901tournament not createdFrance Vacherot, AndréAndré Vacherot *United Kingdom Arthur Gore (1/3)United States William Larned (1/7)
1902tournament not createdFrance Vacherot, MichelMichel Vacherot *United Kingdom Lawrence Doherty (1/6)United States William Larned (2/7)
1903tournament not createdFrance Decugis, MaxMax Decugis *United Kingdom Lawrence Doherty (2/6)United Kingdom Lawrence Doherty (3/6)
1904tournament not createdFrance Decugis, MaxMax Decugis *United Kingdom Lawrence Doherty (4/6)United States Holcombe Ward
1905 AUS: Rodney Heath (1/2)France Germot, MauriceMaurice Germot *United Kingdom Lawrence Doherty (5/6)United States Beals Wright
1906 NZL: Anthony Wilding (1/6)France Germot, MauriceMaurice Germot *United Kingdom Lawrence Doherty (6/6)United States William Clothier
1907Australia Horace RiceFrance Decugis, MaxMax Decugis *Australia Norman Brookes (1/3)United States William Larned (3/7)
1908United States Fred AlexanderFrance Decugis, MaxMax Decugis *United Kingdom Arthur Gore (2/3)United States William Larned (4/7)
1909New Zealand Anthony Wilding (2/6)France Decugis, MaxMax Decugis *United Kingdom Arthur Gore (3/3)United States William Larned (5/7)
1910Australia Rodney Heath (2/2)France Germot, MauriceMaurice Germot *New Zealand Anthony Wilding (3/6)United States William Larned (6/7)
1911Australia Norman Brookes (2/3)France Gobert, AndréAndré Gobert *New Zealand Anthony Wilding (4/6)United States William Larned (7/7)
1912United Kingdom James Cecil ParkeFrance Decugis, MaxMax Decugis *New Zealand Anthony Wilding (5/6)United States Maurice McLoughlin (1/2)
1913Australia Ernie ParkerFrance Decugis, MaxMax Decugis *New Zealand Anthony Wilding (6/6)United States Maurice McLoughlin (2/2)
1914Australia Arthur O'Hara WoodFrance Decugis, MaxMax Decugis *Australia Norman Brookes (3/3)United States Richard Williams (1/2)
1915United Kingdom Francis Loweno competitionno competitionUnited States William Johnston (1/3)
1916no competitionno competitionno competitionUnited States Richard Williams (2/2)
1917no competitionno competitionno competitionUnited States Robert Lindley Murray (1/2)
1918no competitionno competitionno competitionUnited States Robert Lindley Murray (2/2)
1919United Kingdom Algernon Kingscoteno competitionAustralia Gerald Patterson (1/3)United States William Johnston (2/3)
1920Australia Pat O'Hara Wood (1/2)France Gobert, AndréAndré Gobert *United States Bill Tilden (1/10)United States Bill Tilden (2/10)
1921Australia Rhys GemmellFrance Samazeuilh, JeanJean Samazeuilh *United States Bill Tilden (3/10)United States Bill Tilden (4/10)
1922Australia James Anderson (1/3)France Cochet, HenriHenri Cochet *Australia Gerald Patterson (2/3)United States Bill Tilden (5/10)
1923Australia Pat O'Hara Wood (2/2)France Blanchy, FrançoisFrançois Blanchy *United States William Johnston (3/3)United States Bill Tilden (6/10)
1924Australia James Anderson (2/3)France Borotra, JeanJean Borotra *France Jean Borotra (1/4)United States Bill Tilden (7/10)
1925Australia James Anderson (3/3)France René Lacoste (1/7) **France René Lacoste (2/7)United States Bill Tilden (8/10)
1926Australia John HawkesFrance Henri Cochet (1/7)France Jean Borotra (2/4)France René Lacoste (3/7)
1927Australia Gerald Patterson (3/3)†††France René Lacoste (4/7)France Henri Cochet (2/7)France René Lacoste (5/7)
1928France Jean Borotra (3/4)France Henri Cochet (3/7)France René Lacoste (6/7)France Henri Cochet (4/7)
1929United Kingdom John GregoryFrance René Lacoste (7/7)France Henri Cochet (5/7)United States Bill Tilden (9/10)
1930Australia Edgar MoonFrance Henri Cochet (6/7)United States Bill Tilden (10/10)United States John Doeg
1931Australia Jack Crawford (1/6)France Jean Borotra (4/4)United States Sidney WoodUnited States Ellsworth Vines (1/3)
1932Australia Jack Crawford (2/6)France Henri Cochet (7/7)United States Ellsworth Vines (2/3)United States Ellsworth Vines (3/3)
1933Australia Jack Crawford (3/6)Australia Jack Crawford (4/6)Australia Jack Crawford (5/6)United Kingdom Fred Perry (1/8)
1934United Kingdom Fred Perry (2/8) GER: Gottfried von Cramm (1/2)United Kingdom Fred Perry (3/8)United Kingdom Fred Perry (4/8)
1935Australia Jack Crawford (6/6)United Kingdom Fred Perry (5/8)United Kingdom Fred Perry (6/8)United States Wilmer Allison
1936Australia Adrian Quist (1/3) GER: Gottfried von Cramm (2/2)United Kingdom Fred Perry (7/8)United Kingdom Fred Perry (8/8)
1937Australia Vivian McGrathGermany Henner HenkelUnited States Don Budge (1/6)United States Don Budge (2/6)
1938United States Don Budge (3/6)United States Don Budge (4/6)United States Don Budge (5/6)United States Don Budge (6/6)
1939Australia John Bromwich (1/2)United States Don McNeill (1/2)United States Bobby Riggs (1/3)United States Bobby Riggs (2/3)
1940Australia Adrian Quist (2/3)no competitionno competitionUnited States Don McNeill (2/2)
1941no competitionheld under German occupation no competitionUnited States Bobby Riggs (3/3)
1942no competitionheld under German occupation no competitionUnited States Ted Schroeder (1/2)
1943no competitionheld under German occupation no competitionUnited States Joseph Hunt
1944no competitionheld under German occupation no competitionUnited States Frank Parker (1/4)
1945no competitionYvon Petra—unrecognized winner no competitionUnited States Frank Parker (2/4)
1946Australia John Bromwich (2/2)France Marcel BernardFrance Yvon PetraUnited States Jack Kramer (1/3)
1947Australia Dinny Pails HUN: József AsbóthUnited States Jack Kramer (2/3)United States Jack Kramer (3/3)
1948Australia Adrian Quist (3/3)United States Frank Parker (3/4)United States Bob FalkenburgUnited States Pancho Gonzales (1/2)
1949Australia Frank Sedgman (1/5)United States Frank Parker (4/4)United States Ted Schroeder (2/2)United States Pancho Gonzales (2/2)
1950Australia Frank Sedgman (2/5)United States Budge Patty (1/2)United States Budge Patty (2/2)United States Arthur Larsen
1951United States Richard Savitt (1/2) EGY: Jaroslav Drobný (1/3)United States Richard Savitt (2/2)Australia Frank Sedgman (3/5)
1952Australia Ken McGregorEgypt Jaroslav Drobný (2/3)Australia Frank Sedgman (4/5)Australia Frank Sedgman (5/5)
1953Australia Ken Rosewall (1/8)Australia Ken Rosewall (2/8)United States Vic Seixas (1/2)United States Tony Trabert (1/5)
1954Australia Mervyn Rose (1/2)United States Tony Trabert (2/5) EGY: Jaroslav Drobný (3/3)United States Vic Seixas (2/2)
1955Australia Ken Rosewall (3/8)United States Tony Trabert (3/5)United States Tony Trabert (4/5)United States Tony Trabert (5/5)
1956Australia Lew Hoad (1/4)Australia Lew Hoad (2/4)Australia Lew Hoad (3/4)Australia Ken Rosewall (4/8)
1957Australia Ashley Cooper (1/4) SWE: Sven DavidsonAustralia Lew Hoad (4/4)Australia Malcolm Anderson
1958Australia Ashley Cooper (2/4)Australia Mervyn Rose (2/2)Australia Ashley Cooper (3/4)Australia Ashley Cooper (4/4)
1959United States Alex Olmedo (1/2) ITA: Nicola Pietrangeli (1/2)United States Alex Olmedo (2/2)Australia Neale Fraser (1/3)
1960Australia Rod Laver (1/11)Italy Nicola Pietrangeli (2/2)Australia Neale Fraser (2/3)Australia Neale Fraser (3/3)
1961Australia Roy Emerson (1/12) ESP: Manuel Santana (1/4)Australia Rod Laver (2/11)Australia Roy Emerson (2/12)
1962Australia Rod Laver (3/11)Australia Rod Laver (4/11)Australia Rod Laver (5/11)Australia Rod Laver (6/11)
1963Australia Roy Emerson (3/12)Australia Roy Emerson (4/12)United States Chuck McKinley MEX: Rafael Osuna
1964Australia Roy Emerson (5/12)Spain Manuel Santana (2/4)Australia Roy Emerson (6/12)Australia Roy Emerson (7/12)
1965Australia Roy Emerson (8/12)Australia Fred Stolle (1/2)Australia Roy Emerson (9/12)Spain Manuel Santana (3/4)
1966Australia Roy Emerson (10/12)Australia Tony RocheSpain Manuel Santana (4/4)Australia Fred Stolle (2/2)
1967Australia Roy Emerson (11/12)Australia Roy Emerson (12/12)Australia John Newcombe (1/7)Australia John Newcombe (2/7)
1968
Last Amateur era tennis match
Australia William Bowrey
Amateur era tennis ends
Open era tennis begins
Australia Ken Rosewall (5/8)
First Open era tennis match
Australia Rod Laver (7/11)United States Arthur Ashe (1/3)
1969Australia Rod Laver (8/11)Australia Rod Laver (9/11)Australia Rod Laver (10/11)Australia Rod Laver (11/11)
1970United States Arthur Ashe (2/3) TCH: Jan Kodeš (1/3)Australia John Newcombe (3/7)Australia Ken Rosewall (6/8)
1971Australia Ken Rosewall (7/8)Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš (2/3)Australia John Newcombe (4/7)United States Stan Smith (1/2)
1972Australia Ken Rosewall (8/8)Spain Andrés GimenoUnited States Stan Smith (2/2) ROU: Ilie Năstase (1/2)
1973Australia John Newcombe (5/7)Romania Ilie Năstase (2/2)Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš (3/3)Australia John Newcombe (6/7)
1974United States Jimmy Connors (1/8)Sweden Björn Borg (1/11)United States Jimmy Connors (2/8)United States Jimmy Connors (3/8)
1975Australia John Newcombe (7/7)Sweden Björn Borg (2/11)United States Arthur Ashe (3/3)Spain Manuel Orantes
1976Australia Mark EdmondsonItaly Adriano PanattaSweden Björn Borg (3/11)United States Jimmy Connors (4/8)
1977United States Roscoe Tanner (Jan) ARG: Guillermo Vilas (1/4)Sweden Björn Borg (4/11)Argentina Guillermo Vilas (2/4)
United States Vitas Gerulaitis (Dec)
1978Argentina Guillermo Vilas (3/4) ††Sweden Björn Borg (5/11)Sweden Björn Borg (6/11)United States Jimmy Connors (5/8)
1979Argentina Guillermo Vilas (4/4) ††Sweden Björn Borg (7/11)Sweden Björn Borg (8/11)United States John McEnroe (1/7)
1980United States Brian Teacher ††Sweden Björn Borg (9/11)Sweden Björn Borg (10/11)United States John McEnroe (2/7)
1981 SAF: Johan Kriek (1/2) ††Sweden Björn Borg (11/11)United States John McEnroe (3/7)United States John McEnroe (4/7)
1982South Africa Johan Kriek (2/2) ††Sweden Mats Wilander (1/7)United States Jimmy Connors (6/8)United States Jimmy Connors (7/8)
1983Sweden Mats Wilander (2/7) ††France Yannick NoahUnited States John McEnroe (5/7)United States Jimmy Connors (8/8)
1984Sweden Mats Wilander (3/7) ††Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (1/8)United States John McEnroe (6/7)United States John McEnroe (7/7)
1985Sweden Stefan Edberg (1/6) ††Sweden Mats Wilander (4/7) FRG: Boris Becker (1/6)Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (2/8)
1986no competitionCzechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (3/8)West Germany Boris Becker (2/6)Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (4/8)
1987Sweden Stefan Edberg (2/6)Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (5/8)Australia Pat CashCzechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (6/8)
1988Sweden Mats Wilander (5/7)Sweden Mats Wilander (6/7)Sweden Stefan Edberg (3/6)Sweden Mats Wilander (7/7)
1989Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (7/8)United States Michael ChangWest Germany Boris Becker (3/6)West Germany Boris Becker (4/6)
1990Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (8/8) ECU: Andrés GómezSweden Stefan Edberg (4/6)United States Pete Sampras (1/14)
1991 GER: Boris Becker (5/6)United States Jim Courier (1/4)Germany Michael StichSweden Stefan Edberg (5/6)
1992United States Jim Courier (2/4)United States Jim Courier (3/4)United States Andre Agassi (1/8)Sweden Stefan Edberg (6/6)
1993United States Jim Courier (4/4)Spain Sergi Bruguera (1/2)United States Pete Sampras (2/14)United States Pete Sampras (3/14)
1994United States Pete Sampras (4/14)Spain Sergi Bruguera (2/2)United States Pete Sampras (5/14)United States Andre Agassi (2/8)
1995United States Andre Agassi (3/8) AUT: Thomas MusterUnited States Pete Sampras (6/14)United States Pete Sampras (7/14)
1996Germany Boris Becker (6/6) RUS: Yevgeny Kafelnikov (1/2) NLD: Richard KrajicekUnited States Pete Sampras (8/14)
1997United States Pete Sampras (9/14) BRA: Gustavo Kuerten (1/3)United States Pete Sampras (10/14)Australia Patrick Rafter (1/2)
1998 CZE: Petr KordaSpain Carlos MoyáUnited States Pete Sampras (11/14)Australia Patrick Rafter (2/2)
1999Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (2/2)United States Andre Agassi (4/8)United States Pete Sampras (12/14)United States Andre Agassi (5/8)
2000United States Andre Agassi (6/8)Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (2/3)United States Pete Sampras (13/14)Russia Marat Safin (1/2)
2001United States Andre Agassi (7/8)Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (3/3) CRO: Goran IvaniševićAustralia Lleyton Hewitt (1/2)
2002Sweden Thomas JohanssonSpain Albert CostaAustralia Lleyton Hewitt (2/2)United States Pete Sampras (14/14)
2003United States Andre Agassi (8/8)Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero  SUI: Roger Federer (1/17)United States Andy Roddick
2004Switzerland Roger Federer (2/17)Argentina Gastón GaudioSwitzerland Roger Federer (3/17)Switzerland Roger Federer (4/17)
2005Russia Marat Safin (2/2)Spain Rafael Nadal (1/13)Switzerland Roger Federer (5/17)Switzerland Roger Federer (6/17)
2006Switzerland Roger Federer (7/17)Spain Rafael Nadal (2/13)Switzerland Roger Federer (8/17)Switzerland Roger Federer (9/17)
2007Switzerland Roger Federer (10/17)Spain Rafael Nadal (3/13)Switzerland Roger Federer (11/17)Switzerland Roger Federer (12/17)
2008 SRB: Novak Djokovic (1/6)Spain Rafael Nadal (4/13)Spain Rafael Nadal (5/13)Switzerland Roger Federer (13/17)
2009Spain Rafael Nadal (6/13)Switzerland Roger Federer (14/17)Switzerland Roger Federer (15/17)Argentina Juan Martín del Potro
2010Switzerland Roger Federer (16/17)Spain Rafael Nadal (7/13)Spain Rafael Nadal (8/13)Spain Rafael Nadal (9/13)
2011Serbia Novak Djokovic (2/6)Spain Rafael Nadal (10/13)Serbia Novak Djokovic (3/6)Serbia Novak Djokovic (4/6)
2012Serbia Novak Djokovic (5/6)Spain Rafael Nadal (11/13)Switzerland Roger Federer (17/17)United Kingdom Andy Murray (1/2)
2013Serbia Novak Djokovic (6/6)Spain Rafael Nadal (12/13)United Kingdom Andy Murray (2/2)Spain Rafael Nadal (13/13)
Legend
Player won all 4 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year
Player won 3 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year
Player won 2 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year
Italicsopen only to specific club members of the host country
* authorities differ on whether these events should count toward grand slam totals
** The French Championships opened itself to international competitors and renamed as Championnats Internationaux de France (de tennis).
† French Championships held between 1941 and 1945 are not recognized by the tournament organizer. See Tournoi de France
†† Australian Open held in December
††† Renamed from Australasian Championships to Australian Championships

Statistics

Grand Slam singles titles by decade

1920s

Tilden
Lacoste
Cochet
Anderson, Borotra
Patterson, Wood
Gemmel, Gregory, Hawkes, Johnston

1930s

Perry
Budge, Crawford
Vines
Cochet, von Cramm, Riggs
Allison, Borotra, Bromwich, Doeg, Henkel, McGrath, McNeill, Moon, Quist, Tilden, Wood

1940s

Parker
Kramer
Gonzales, Quist, Schroeder
Asboth, Bernard, Bromwich, Falkenburg, Hunt, McNeill, Pails, Petra, Riggs, Sedgman

1950s

Trabert
Cooper, Hoad, Rosewall, Sedgman
Drobny
Olmedo, Patty, Rose, Savitt, Seixas
Anderson, Davidson, Fraser, Larsen, McGregor, Pietrangeli

1960s

12 
Emerson
11 
Laver
Santana
Fraser, Newcombe, Stolle
Ashe, Bowrey, McKinley, Osuna, Pietrangeli, Roche, Rosewall

1970s

Borg
Newcombe, Connors
Vilas
Rosewall, Kodes
Smith, Năstase, Ashe
Edmondson, Gerulaitis, Gimeno, McEnroe, Orantes, Panatta, Tanner

1980s

Lendl, Wilander
McEnroe
Becker
Borg, Connors, Edberg
Kriek
Cash, Chang, Noah, Teacher

1990s

12 
Sampras
Agassi
Courier
Edberg
Becker, Bruguera, Kafelnikov, Rafter
Gómez, Korda, Krajicek, Kuerten, Lendl, Moyá, Muster, Stich

2000s

15 
Federer
Nadal
Agassi
Hewitt, Safin, Sampras, Kuerten
Costa, Djokovic, Ferrero, Gaudio, Ivanišević, Johansson, del Potro, Roddick

2010s

Nadal
Djokovic
Federer, Murray

Most Grand Slam singles titles (5 or more)

All Time

RankPlayerTotalAustralian OpenFrench OpenWimbledonUS Open
1Switzerland Roger Federer174175
2United States Pete Sampras142075
3Spain Rafael Nadal131822
4Australia Roy Emerson126222
5Australia Rod Laver113242
=Sweden Björn Borg110650
7United States Bill Tilden100037
8United Kingdom Fred Perry81133
=Australia Ken Rosewall84202
=United States Jimmy Connors81025
=Czech Republic Ivan Lendl82303
=United States Andre Agassi84112
13United States Richard Sears70007
=United Kingdom William Renshaw70070
=United States William Larned70007
=France René Lacoste70322
=France Henri Cochet70421
=Australia John Newcombe72032
=United States John McEnroe70034
=Sweden Mats Wilander73301
21United Kingdom Laurence Doherty60051
=New Zealand Tony Wilding62040
=Australia Jack Crawford64110
=United States Don Budge61122
=Sweden Stefan Edberg62022
=Germany Boris Becker62031
=Serbia Novak Djokovic64011
28Australia Frank Sedgman52012
=United States Tony Trabert50212

Open Era

RankPlayerTotalAustralian OpenFrench OpenWimbledonUS Open
1Switzerland Roger Federer174175
2United States Pete Sampras142075
3Spain Rafael Nadal131822
4Sweden Björn Borg110650
5United States Jimmy Connors81025
=Czech Republic Ivan Lendl82303
=United States Andre Agassi84112
8United States John McEnroe70034
=Sweden Mats Wilander73301
10Sweden Stefan Edberg62022
=Germany Boris Becker62031
=Serbia Novak Djokovic64011
13Australia Rod Laver51121
=Australia John Newcombe52021

Most singles titles by Grand Slam tournament

All Time

Grand SlamWins #Player(s)
Australian Open6Australia Roy Emerson
French Open8Spain Rafael Nadal
Wimbledon7United Kingdom William Renshaw
United States Pete Sampras
Switzerland Roger Federer
US Open7United States Richard Sears
United States William Larned
United States Bill Tilden

Open Era

Grand SlamWins #Player(s)
Australian Open4United States Andre Agassi
Switzerland Roger Federer
Serbia Novak Djokovic
French Open8Spain Rafael Nadal
Wimbledon7United States Pete Sampras
Switzerland Roger Federer
US Open5United States Jimmy Connors
United States Pete Sampras
Switzerland Roger Federer

Note: Bold indicates player still active.

Grand Slam singles titles by country (open era)

51 
 United States
25 
 Sweden
20 
 Australia
19 
 Spain
17 
  Switzerland
12 
 Czechoslovakia (one as  Czech Republic)
 Germany (also  West Germany)
 Argentina
 Serbia
 Russia
 Brazil
 Romania,  South Africa,  United Kingdom
 Austria,  Croatia,  France,  Ecuador, Italy,  Netherlands

Most consecutive years with at least one Grand Slam title

Year #SpanPlayer(s)
9*2005–2013*Spain Rafael Nadal
81974–1981Sweden Bjorn Borg
81993–2000United States Pete Sampras
82003–2010Switzerland Roger Federer

Note: * indicates ongoing streak, bold indicates player still active.

Achieved a Career Grand Slam

(Winners of all four majors - date listed is the year the player first won each tournament. Last one marked in bold. Age at the end of that last tournament.)

PlayerAustralian OpenFrench OpenWimbledonUS OpenAge
Fred Perry193419351934193326 years, 15 days
Don Budge193819381937193722 years, 357 days
Rod Laver196019621961196224 years, 32 days
Roy Emerson196119631964196127 years, 244 days
Andre Agassi199519991992199429 years, 38 days
Roger Federer200420092003200427 years, 203 days
Rafael Nadal200920052008201024 years, 101 days

Completed the Grand Slam

(Winners of all four Grand Slam singles tournaments in the same calendar year[11][12][13][14][15])

  • Australian—French—Wimbledon—U.S.:
    • 1938 United States Don Budge
    • 1962 Australia Rod Laver
    • 1969 Australia Rod Laver (2)

Winners of three Grand Slam singles tournaments in the same calendar year

  • Australian—French—Wimbledon:
    • 1933 Australia J Crawford
    • 1956 Australia L Hoad
  • Australian—French—U.S.:
    • 1988 Sweden M Wilander
  • Australian—Wimbledon—U.S.:
    • 1934 United Kingdom F Perry
    • 1958 Australia A Cooper
    • 1964 Australia R Emerson
    • 1974 United States J Connors
    • 2004 Switzerland R Federer
    • 2006 Switzerland R Federer (2)
    • 2007 Switzerland R Federer (3)
    • 2011 Serbia N Djokovic
  • French—Wimbledon—U.S.:
    • 1955 United States T Trabert
    • 2010 Spain R Nadal

Winners of two Grand Slam singles tournaments in the same calendar year

  • Australian—French:
    • 1953 Australia Ken Rosewall
    • 1963 Australia Roy Emerson
    • 1967 Australia Roy Emerson (2)
    • 1992 United States Jim Courier
  • Australian—Wimbledon:
    • 1951 United States Dick Savitt
    • 1959 United States Alex Olmedo
    • 1965 Australia Roy Emerson
    • 1994 United States Pete Sampras
    • 1997 United States Pete Sampras (2)
  • Australian—U.S.:
    • 1961 Australia Roy Emerson
    • 1973 Australia John Newcombe


  • French—Wimbledon:
    • 1925 France René Lacoste
    • 1935 United Kingdom Fred Perry
    • 1950 United States Budge Patty
    • 1978 Sweden Björn Borg
    • 1979 Sweden Björn Borg (2)
    • 1980 Sweden Björn Borg (3)
    • 2008 Spain Rafael Nadal
    • 2009 Switzerland Roger Federer
  • French—U.S.:
    • 1927 France René Lacoste
    • 1928 France Henri Cochet
    • 1977 Argentina Guillermo Vilas
    • 1986 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
    • 1987 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (2)
    • 1999 United States Andre Agassi
    • 2013 Spain Rafael Nadal
  • Wimbledon—U.S.:
    • 1903 United Kingdom Laurie Doherty
    • 1920 United States Bill Tilden
    • 1921 United States Bill Tilden (2)
    • 1932 United States Ellsworth Vines
    • 1936 United Kingdom Fred Perry
    • 1937 United States Don Budge
    • 1939 United States Bobby Riggs
    • 1947 United States Jack Kramer
    • 1952 Australia Frank Sedgman
    • 1960 Australia Neale Fraser
    • 1967 Australia John Newcombe
    • 1981 United States John McEnroe
    • 1982 United States Jimmy Connors
    • 1984 United States John McEnroe (2)
    • 1989 West Germany Boris Becker
    • 1993 United States Pete Sampras
    • 1995 United States Pete Sampras (2)
    • 2005 Switzerland Roger Federer

Winners of three or more consecutive Grand Slam singles titles

TitlesPlayersYears
6United States Don Budge1937–38
4Australia Rod Laver1962
Australia Rod Laver1969
3Australia Jack Crawford1933
United States Tony Trabert1955
Australia Lew Hoad1956
Australia Roy Emerson1964–65
United States Pete Sampras1993–94
Switzerland Roger Federer2005–06
Switzerland Roger Federer2006–07
Spain Rafael Nadal2010
Serbia Novak Djokovic2011–12

Winners of five or more singles titles at one Grand Slam tournament

All-time
TitlesPlayerGrand Slam
8Spain Rafael NadalFrench Open
7United States Richard SearsU.S. Championships
United Kingdom William RenshawWimbledon Championships
United States William LarnedU.S. Championships
United States Bill TildenU.S. Championships
United States Pete SamprasWimbledon
Switzerland Roger FedererWimbledon
6Australia Roy EmersonAustralian Championships
Sweden Björn BorgFrench Open
5United Kingdom Laurie DohertyWimbledon
Sweden Björn BorgWimbledon
United States Jimmy ConnorsUS Open
United States Pete SamprasUS Open
Switzerland Roger FedererUS Open
Open Era
TitlesPlayerGrand Slam
8Spain Rafael NadalFrench Open
7United States Pete SamprasWimbledon
Switzerland Roger FedererWimbledon
6Sweden Björn BorgFrench Open
5Sweden Björn BorgWimbledon
United States Jimmy ConnorsUS Open
United States Pete SamprasUS Open
Switzerland Roger FedererUS Open

Winners of four or more consecutive singles titles at one Grand Slam tournament

All-time
TitlesPlayerGrand SlamYears
7United States SearsU.S. Championships1881–87
6United Kingdom W. RenshawWimbledon1881–86
United States TildenU.S. Championships1920–25
5United Kingdom L. DohertyWimbledon1902–06
United States LarnedU.S. Championships1907–11
Australia EmersonAustralian Championships1963–67
Sweden BorgWimbledon1976–80
Switzerland FedererWimbledon2003–07
Switzerland FedererUS Open2004–08
4United Kingdom R. DohertyWimbledon1897–1900
New Zealand WildingWimbledon1910–13
Sweden BorgFrench Open1978–81
United States SamprasWimbledon1997–2000
Spain NadalFrench Open2005–08
Spain NadalFrench Open2010–13
Open Era
TitlesPlayerGrand SlamYears
5Sweden BorgWimbledon1976–80
Switzerland FedererWimbledon2003–07
Switzerland FedererUS Open2004–08
4Sweden BorgFrench Open1978–81
United States SamprasWimbledon1997–2000
Spain NadalFrench Open2005–08
Spain NadalFrench Open2010–13

Bold = Active Streaks

Winning a Grand Slam singles tournament without losing a set (open era)

Chronological timeline (by player)

Most in category  *
RankPlayerTimesGrand Slam Tournaments
Australia Australian OpenFrance French OpenUnited Kingdom WimbledonUnited States US Open
T3Australia Ken Rosewall11971  *
T3Romania Ilie Năstase11973
1Sweden Björn Borg3  *1978, 1980  *1976  *
T3Switzerland Roger Federer12007  *
2Spain Rafael Nadal22008, 2010  *

Occurrences by Grand Slam tournament

Grand Slam TournamentTimesNumber of PlayersPlayer(s)
Australia Australian Open22Australia Ken Rosewall and Switzerland Roger Federer
France French Open53Romania Ilie Năstase, Sweden Björn Borg (twice) and Spain Rafael Nadal (twice)
United Kingdom Wimbledon11Sweden Björn Borg
United States US Open00Never occurred

See also

Notes

  1. ^ ESPN Sports Almanac 2006, page 814
  2. ^ World Book Encyclopedia 2008 T p166a
  3. ^ Compton Encyclopedia 1975 ST p301
  4. ^ Concord Encyclopedia
  5. ^ CBS Sports "[1]"
  6. ^ Top End Sports "[2]"
  7. ^ BNP Tennis "[3]"
  8. ^ Getlisty Tennis "[4]"
  9. ^ USA Today Tennis "[5]"
  10. ^ Tennis 28 Slams "[6]"
  11. ^ USOpen.org
  12. ^ WTA Tour
  13. ^ World Tennis Magazine
  14. ^ Grandslamhistory.com
  15. ^ LA Times