List of Grand Slam Men's Singles Champions
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List of Grand Slam Men's Singles Champions

Throughout its history, many changes in the Grand Slam tennis tournaments have affected the number of titles 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]

All of these tournaments have been listed based on the modern definition of a tennis major, rather than when they were officially recognized by the ILTF. The Grand Slam tournaments are the annual four major tennis events played in the Open Era, which began in 1968, superseding the Amateur Era. The Australian and U.S. tournaments were officially recognized by the ILTF in 1924, and the French Championships followed a year later in 1925 when it became open to all international players. The United States Lawn Tennis Association (USLTA) had several grievances with the ILTF and refused to join when it was formed in 1913.[3][4][5][6]

From 1913 to 1923, there were three official championships recognized by the ILTF:

During that same time period the USLTA recognized the U.S. National Championships

Rafael Nadal has won an all-time men's record (tied with Novak Djokovic) of 22 major singles titles, including an all-time record of 14 French Open titles, the most at a single Grand Slam tournament in tennis history. He is the second man in the Open Era to complete multiple Career Grand Slams (2022).
Novak Djokovic is the only man in history to be the reigning champion of all four majors at once across three different surfaces (2016), and the first in the Open Era to complete multiple Career Grand Slams (2021). He holds the all-time records of 22 major singles titles (tied with Rafael Nadal) and 10 Australian Open titles.
Roger Federer holds an all-time record of eight Wimbledon titles. Federer held the record for most men's major singles titles for 14 years (2009-2022) until he was surpassed by Nadal and later Djokovic.
Bill Tilden won 10 major singles titles in the 1920s, including an all-time record of seven US Open titles.
Don Budge is the only man to have won six consecutive major singles titles, from Wimbledon 1937 to U.S. Championships 1938, and the first player ever to complete a Grand Slam (1938).
Ken Rosewall holds a record 15 Pro Major titles, and a record 23 major titles overall, counting both amateur and professional circuits.
Roy Emerson was the first man in history to win each major title twice (1967), and the only man to have completed a Career Grand Slam in both singles and doubles.
Rod Laver is the only man to complete a Grand Slam more than once in his career, in 1962 as an amateur and in 1969 as a professional.
Pete Sampras won 14 major singles titles in his career, including seven titles at Wimbledon. Both tallies were all-time records at the time of his retirement in 2002, until being surpassed by Roger Federer in 2009 and 2017, respectively.
Andre Agassi was the first man to complete a Career Grand Slam across three different surfaces (1999), and the first to win a Career Golden Slam (winning the four majors and an Olympic gold medal in singles).

Champions by year


Year Australian Open[7] French Open[8] Wimbledon[9] US Open[10]
1877 Started in 1905 Started in 1891 United Kingdom Spencer Gore (1/1) Started in 1881
1878 Tournament not created Tournament not created United Kingdom Frank Hadow (1/1) [b] Tournament not created
1879 United Kingdom John Hartley (1/2)
1880 United Kingdom John Hartley (2/2)
1881 United Kingdom William Renshaw (1/7) United States Richard Sears (1/7)
1882 United Kingdom William Renshaw (2/7) United States Richard Sears (2/7)
1883 United Kingdom William Renshaw (3/7) United States Richard Sears (3/7)
1884 United Kingdom William Renshaw (4/7) United States Richard Sears (4/7) [c]
1885 United Kingdom William Renshaw (5/7) United States Richard Sears (5/7)
1886 United Kingdom William Renshaw (6/7) United States Richard Sears (6/7)
1887 United Kingdom Herbert Lawford (1/1) United States Richard Sears (7/7)
1888 United Kingdom Ernest Renshaw (1/1) United States Henry Slocum (1/2)
1889 United Kingdom William Renshaw (7/7) United States Henry Slocum (2/2)
1890 United Kingdom Willoughby Hamilton (1/1) United States Oliver Campbell (1/3)
1891 United Kingdom H. Briggs [d][a] United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley (1/3) United States Oliver Campbell (2/3)
1892 France Jean Schopfer United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley (2/3) United States Oliver Campbell (3/3)
1893 France Laurent Riboulet United Kingdom Joshua Pim (1/2) United States Robert Wrenn (1/4)
1894 France André Vacherot United Kingdom Joshua Pim (2/2) United States Robert Wrenn (2/4)
1895 France André Vacherot United Kingdom Wilfred Baddeley (3/3) United States Fred Hovey (1/1)
1896 France André Vacherot United Kingdom Harold Mahony (1/1) United States Robert Wrenn (3/4)
1897 France Paul Aymé United Kingdom Reginald Doherty (1/4) United States Robert Wrenn (4/4)
1898 France Paul Aymé United Kingdom Reginald Doherty (2/4) United States Malcolm Whitman (1/3)
1899 France Paul Aymé United Kingdom Reginald Doherty (3/4) United States Malcolm Whitman (2/3)
1900 France Paul Aymé United Kingdom Reginald Doherty (4/4) United States Malcolm Whitman (3/3)
1901 France André Vacherot United Kingdom Arthur Gore (1/3) United States William Larned (1/7)
1902 France Michel Vacherot United Kingdom Laurence Doherty (1/6) United States William Larned (2/7)
1903? France Max Decugis United Kingdom Laurence Doherty (2/6) United Kingdom Laurence Doherty (3/6)
1904 France Max Decugis United Kingdom Laurence Doherty (4/6) United States Holcombe Ward (1/1)
1905 Australia Rodney Heath (1/2) France Maurice Germot United Kingdom Laurence Doherty (5/6) United States Beals Wright (1/1)
1906 New Zealand Anthony Wilding (1/6) France Maurice Germot United Kingdom Laurence Doherty (6/6) United States William Clothier (1/1)
1907 Australia Horace Rice (1/1) France Max Decugis Australia Norman Brookes (1/3) United States William Larned (3/7)
1908 United States Fred Alexander (1/1) France Max Decugis United Kingdom Arthur Gore (2/3) United States William Larned (4/7)
1909 New Zealand Anthony Wilding (2/6) France Max Decugis United Kingdom Arthur Gore (3/3) United States William Larned (5/7)
1910 Australia Rodney Heath (2/2) France Maurice Germot New Zealand Anthony Wilding (3/6) United States William Larned (6/7)
1911 Australia Norman Brookes (2/3) France André Gobert New Zealand Anthony Wilding (4/6) United States William Larned (7/7)
1912 United Kingdom James Cecil Parke (1/1) France Max Decugis New Zealand Anthony Wilding (5/6) United States Maurice McLoughlin (1/2)
1913 Australia Ernie Parker (1/1) France Max Decugis New Zealand Anthony Wilding (6/6) United States Maurice McLoughlin (2/2)
1914 Australia Arthur O'Hara Wood (1/1) France Max Decugis Australia Norman Brookes (3/3) United States Richard Williams (1/2)
1915 United Kingdom Francis Lowe (1/1) World War I World War I United States William Johnston (1/3)
1916 World War I United States Richard Williams (2/2)
1917 United States Robert Lindley Murray (1/2)
1918 United States Robert Lindley Murray (2/2)
1919 United Kingdom Algernon Kingscote (1/1) [e] Australia Gerald Patterson (1/3) United States William Johnston (2/3)
1920? Australia Pat O'Hara Wood (1/2) France André Gobert United States Bill Tilden (1/10) United States Bill Tilden (2/10)
1921? Australia Rhys Gemmell (1/1) France Jean Samazeuilh United States Bill Tilden (3/10) United States Bill Tilden (4/10)
1922 Australia James Anderson (1/3) France Henri Cochet Australia Gerald Patterson (2/3) United States Bill Tilden (5/10)
1923 Australia Pat O'Hara Wood (2/2) [f] France François Blanchy United States William Johnston (3/3) United States Bill Tilden (6/10)
1924 Australia James Anderson (2/3) France Jean Borotra France Jean Borotra (1/4) United States Bill Tilden (7/10)
1925? Australia James Anderson (3/3) France René Lacoste (1/7) [g][a] France René Lacoste (2/7) United States Bill Tilden (8/10)
1926 Australia John Hawkes (1/1) France Henri Cochet (1/7) France Jean Borotra (2/4) France René Lacoste (3/7)
1927? Australia Gerald Patterson (3/3) [h] France René Lacoste (4/7) France Henri Cochet (2/7) France René Lacoste (5/7)
1928? France Jean Borotra (3/4) France Henri Cochet (3/7) France René Lacoste (6/7) France Henri Cochet (4/7)
1929 United Kingdom John Gregory (1/1) France René Lacoste (7/7) France Henri Cochet (5/7) United States Bill Tilden (9/10)
1930 Australia Edgar Moon (1/1) France Henri Cochet (6/7) United States Bill Tilden (10/10) United States John Doeg (1/1)
1931 Australia Jack Crawford (1/6) France Jean Borotra (4/4) United States Sidney Wood (1/1) United States Ellsworth Vines (1/3)
1932? Australia Jack Crawford (2/6) France Henri Cochet (7/7) United States Ellsworth Vines (2/3) United States Ellsworth Vines (3/3)
1933? Australia Jack Crawford (3/6) Australia Jack Crawford (4/6) Australia Jack Crawford (5/6) United Kingdom Fred Perry (1/8)
1934? United Kingdom Fred Perry (2/8) Germany Gottfried von Cramm (1/2) United Kingdom Fred Perry (3/8) United Kingdom Fred Perry (4/8)
1935? Australia Jack Crawford (6/6) United Kingdom Fred Perry (5/8) United Kingdom Fred Perry (6/8) United States Wilmer Allison (1/1)
1936? Australia Adrian Quist (1/3) Germany Gottfried von Cramm (2/2) United Kingdom Fred Perry (7/8) United Kingdom Fred Perry (8/8)
1937? Australia Vivian McGrath (1/1) Germany Henner Henkel (1/1) United States Don Budge (1/6) United States Don Budge (2/6)
1938? United States Don Budge (3/6) United States Don Budge (4/6) United States Don Budge (5/6) United States Don Budge (6/6)
1939? Australia John Bromwich (1/2) United States Don McNeill (1/2) United States Bobby Riggs (1/3) United States Bobby Riggs (2/3)
1940 Australia Adrian Quist (2/3) Tournament canceled World War II United States Don McNeill (2/2)
1941 World War II Bernard Destremau (unrecognized) United States Bobby Riggs (3/3)
1942 Held under German occupation[i] United States Ted Schroeder (1/2)
1943 United States Joseph Hunt (1/1)
1944 United States Frank Parker (1/4)
1945 Yvon Petra (unrecognized) United States Frank Parker (2/4)
1946 Australia John Bromwich (2/2) France Marcel Bernard (1/1) [j] France Yvon Petra (1/1) United States Jack Kramer (1/3)
1947? Australia Dinny Pails (1/1) Hungary József Asbóth (1/1) [j] United States Jack Kramer (2/3) United States Jack Kramer (3/3)
1948 Australia Adrian Quist (3/3) United States Frank Parker (3/4) United States Bob Falkenburg (1/1) United States Pancho Gonzales (1/2)
1949 Australia Frank Sedgman (1/5) United States Frank Parker (4/4) United States Ted Schroeder (2/2) United States Pancho Gonzales (2/2)
1950? Australia Frank Sedgman (2/5) United States Budge Patty (1/2) United States Budge Patty (2/2) United States Arthur Larsen (1/1)
1951? United States Richard Savitt (1/2) Egypt Jaroslav Drobný (1/3) United States Richard Savitt (2/2) Australia Frank Sedgman (3/5)
1952? Australia Ken McGregor (1/1) Egypt Jaroslav Drobný (2/3) Australia Frank Sedgman (4/5) Australia Frank Sedgman (5/5)
1953? Australia Ken Rosewall (1/8) Australia Ken Rosewall (2/8) United States Vic Seixas (1/2) United States Tony Trabert (1/5)
1954 Australia Mervyn Rose (1/2) United States Tony Trabert (2/5) Egypt Jaroslav Drobný (3/3) United States Vic Seixas (2/2)
1955? Australia Ken Rosewall (3/8) United States Tony Trabert (3/5) United States Tony Trabert (4/5) United States Tony Trabert (5/5)
1956? Australia Lew Hoad (1/4) Australia Lew Hoad (2/4) Australia Lew Hoad (3/4) Australia Ken Rosewall (4/8)
1957 Australia Ashley Cooper (1/4) Sweden Sven Davidson (1/1) Australia Lew Hoad (4/4) Australia Malcolm Anderson (1/1)
1958? Australia Ashley Cooper (2/4) Australia Mervyn Rose (2/2) Australia Ashley Cooper (3/4) Australia Ashley Cooper (4/4)
1959? United States Alex Olmedo (1/2) Italy Nicola Pietrangeli (1/2) United States Alex Olmedo (2/2) Australia Neale Fraser (1/3)
1960? Australia Rod Laver (1/11) Italy Nicola Pietrangeli (2/2) Australia Neale Fraser (2/3) Australia Neale Fraser (3/3)
1961? Australia Roy Emerson (1/12) Spain Manuel Santana (1/4) Australia Rod Laver (2/11) Australia Roy Emerson (2/12)
1962? Australia Rod Laver (3/11) Australia Rod Laver (4/11) Australia Rod Laver (5/11) Australia Rod Laver (6/11)
1963? Australia Roy Emerson (3/12) Australia Roy Emerson (4/12) United States Chuck McKinley (1/1) Mexico Rafael Osuna (1/1)
1964? Australia Roy Emerson (5/12) Spain Manuel Santana (2/4) Australia Roy Emerson (6/12) Australia Roy Emerson (7/12)
1965? Australia Roy Emerson (8/12) Australia Fred Stolle (1/2) Australia Roy Emerson (9/12) Spain Manuel Santana (3/4)
1966 Australia Roy Emerson (10/12) Australia Tony Roche (1/1) Spain Manuel Santana (4/4) Australia Fred Stolle (2/2)
1967? Australia Roy Emerson (11/12) Australia Roy Emerson (12/12) Australia John Newcombe (1/7) Australia John Newcombe (2/7)
1968 Australia Bill Bowrey (1/1) Open Era ?
Open Era ? Australia Ken Rosewall (5/8) Australia Rod Laver (7/11) United States Arthur Ashe (1/3)
1969? Australia Rod Laver (8/11) Australia Rod Laver (9/11) Australia Rod Laver (10/11) Australia Rod Laver (11/11)
1970 United States Arthur Ashe (2/3) Czechoslovakia Jan Kode? (1/3) Australia John Newcombe (3/7) Australia Ken Rosewall (6/8)
1971 Australia Ken Rosewall (7/8) Czechoslovakia Jan Kode? (2/3) Australia John Newcombe (4/7) United States Stan Smith (1/2)
1972 Australia Ken Rosewall (8/8) Spain Andrés Gimeno (1/1) United States Stan Smith (2/2) Romania Ilie N?stase (1/2)
1973? Australia John Newcombe (5/7) Romania Ilie N?stase (2/2) Czechoslovakia Jan Kode? (3/3) Australia John Newcombe (6/7)
1974? United States Jimmy Connors (1/8) Sweden Björn Borg (1/11) United States Jimmy Connors (2/8) United States Jimmy Connors (3/8)
1975 Australia John Newcombe (7/7) Sweden Björn Borg (2/11) United States Arthur Ashe (3/3) Spain Manuel Orantes (1/1) §
1976 Australia Mark Edmondson (1/1) Italy Adriano Panatta (1/1) Sweden Björn Borg (3/11) United States Jimmy Connors (4/8)
1977? United States Roscoe Tanner (1/1) (Jan) Argentina Guillermo Vilas (1/4) Sweden Björn Borg (4/11) Argentina Guillermo Vilas (2/4)
United States Vitas Gerulaitis (1/1) (Dec) [k]
1978? Argentina Guillermo Vilas (3/4) (Dec) Sweden Björn Borg (5/11) Sweden Björn Borg (6/11) United States Jimmy Connors (5/8) §
1979? Argentina Guillermo Vilas (4/4) (Dec) Sweden Björn Borg (7/11) Sweden Björn Borg (8/11) United States John McEnroe (1/7)
1980? United States Brian Teacher (1/1) (Dec) Sweden Björn Borg (9/11) Sweden Björn Borg (10/11) United States John McEnroe (2/7)
1981? South Africa Johan Kriek (1/2) (Dec) Sweden Björn Borg (11/11) United States John McEnroe (3/7) United States John McEnroe (4/7)
1982? United States[l] Johan Kriek (2/2) (Dec) Sweden Mats Wilander (1/7) United States Jimmy Connors (6/8) United States Jimmy Connors (7/8)
1983 Sweden Mats Wilander (2/7) (Dec) France Yannick Noah (1/1) United States John McEnroe (5/7) United States Jimmy Connors (8/8)
1984? Sweden Mats Wilander (3/7) (Dec) Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (1/8) United States John McEnroe (6/7) United States John McEnroe (7/7)
1985 Sweden Stefan Edberg (1/6) (Dec) Sweden Mats Wilander (4/7) West Germany Boris Becker (1/6) Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (2/8)
1986? Tournament date changed Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (3/8) West Germany Boris Becker (2/6) Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (4/8)
1987? Sweden Stefan Edberg (2/6) Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (5/8) Australia Pat Cash (1/1) Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (6/8)
1988? Sweden Mats Wilander (5/7) § Sweden Mats Wilander (6/7) Sweden Stefan Edberg (3/6) Sweden Mats Wilander (7/7)
1989? Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (7/8) United States Michael Chang (1/1) West Germany Boris Becker (3/6) West Germany Boris Becker (4/6)
1990 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl (8/8) Ecuador Andrés Gómez (1/1) Sweden Stefan Edberg (4/6) United States Pete Sampras (1/14)
1991 Germany Boris Becker (5/6) United States Jim Courier (1/4) Germany Michael Stich (1/1) Sweden Stefan Edberg (5/6)
1992? United States Jim Courier (2/4) United States Jim Courier (3/4) United States Andre Agassi (1/8) Sweden Stefan Edberg (6/6)
1993? United States Jim Courier (4/4) Spain Sergi Bruguera (1/2) United States Pete Sampras (2/14) United States Pete Sampras (3/14)
1994? United States Pete Sampras (4/14) Spain Sergi Bruguera (2/2) United States Pete Sampras (5/14) United States Andre Agassi (2/8)
1995? United States Andre Agassi (3/8) Austria Thomas Muster (1/1) United States Pete Sampras (6/14) United States Pete Sampras (7/14)
1996 Germany Boris Becker (6/6) Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (1/2) Netherlands Richard Krajicek (1/1) United States Pete Sampras (8/14)
1997? United States Pete Sampras (9/14) Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (1/3) United States Pete Sampras (10/14) Australia Patrick Rafter (1/2)
1998 Czech Republic Petr Korda (1/1) Spain Carlos Moyá (1/1) United States Pete Sampras (11/14) Australia Patrick Rafter (2/2)
1999? Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (2/2) United States Andre Agassi (4/8) United States Pete Sampras (12/14) United States Andre Agassi (5/8)
2000 United States Andre Agassi (6/8) Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (2/3) United States Pete Sampras (13/14) Russia Marat Safin (1/2)
2001 United States Andre Agassi (7/8) Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (3/3) Croatia Goran Ivani?evi? (1/1) Australia Lleyton Hewitt (1/2)
2002 Sweden Thomas Johansson (1/1) Spain Albert Costa (1/1) Australia Lleyton Hewitt (2/2) United States Pete Sampras (14/14)
2003 United States Andre Agassi (8/8) Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero (1/1) Switzerland Roger Federer (1/20) United States Andy Roddick (1/1)
2004? Switzerland Roger Federer (2/20) Argentina Gastón Gaudio (1/1) Switzerland Roger Federer (3/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (4/20)
2005? Russia Marat Safin (2/2) Spain Rafael Nadal (1/22) Switzerland Roger Federer (5/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (6/20)
2006? Switzerland Roger Federer (7/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (2/22) Switzerland Roger Federer (8/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (9/20)
2007? Switzerland Roger Federer (10/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (3/22) Switzerland Roger Federer (11/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (12/20)
2008? Serbia Novak Djokovic (1/22) Spain Rafael Nadal (4/22) Spain Rafael Nadal (5/22) Switzerland Roger Federer (13/20)
2009? Spain Rafael Nadal (6/22) Switzerland Roger Federer (14/20) Switzerland Roger Federer (15/20) Argentina Juan Martín del Potro (1/1)
2010? Switzerland Roger Federer (16/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (7/22) Spain Rafael Nadal (8/22) Spain Rafael Nadal (9/22)
2011? Serbia Novak Djokovic (2/22) Spain Rafael Nadal (10/22) Serbia Novak Djokovic (3/22) Serbia Novak Djokovic (4/22)
2012 Serbia Novak Djokovic (5/22) Spain Rafael Nadal (11/22) Switzerland Roger Federer (17/20) United Kingdom Andy Murray (1/3)
2013? Serbia Novak Djokovic (6/22) Spain Rafael Nadal (12/22) United Kingdom Andy Murray (2/3) Spain Rafael Nadal (13/22)
2014 Switzerland Stan Wawrinka (1/3) Spain Rafael Nadal (14/22) Serbia Novak Djokovic (7/22) Croatia Marin ?ili? (1/1)
2015? Serbia Novak Djokovic (8/22) Switzerland Stan Wawrinka (2/3) Serbia Novak Djokovic (9/22) Serbia Novak Djokovic (10/22)
2016? Serbia Novak Djokovic (11/22) Serbia Novak Djokovic (12/22) United Kingdom Andy Murray (3/3) Switzerland Stan Wawrinka (3/3)
2017? Switzerland Roger Federer (18/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (15/22) Switzerland Roger Federer (19/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (16/22)
2018? Switzerland Roger Federer (20/20) Spain Rafael Nadal (17/22) Serbia Novak Djokovic (13/22) Serbia Novak Djokovic (14/22)
2019? Serbia Novak Djokovic (15/22) Spain Rafael Nadal (18/22) Serbia Novak Djokovic (16/22) Spain Rafael Nadal (19/22)
2020 Serbia Novak Djokovic (17/22) Spain Rafael Nadal (20/22) [m] cancelled (COVID-19 pandemic) Austria Dominic Thiem (1/1)
2021? Serbia Novak Djokovic (18/22) Serbia Novak Djokovic (19/22) Serbia Novak Djokovic (20/22) Russia Daniil Medvedev (1/1)
2022? Spain Rafael Nadal (21/22) Spain Rafael Nadal (22/22) Serbia Novak Djokovic (21/22) Spain Carlos Alcaraz (1/1)
2023 Serbia Novak Djokovic (22/22)
Year Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US Open
  1. ^ a b c d The World Hard Court Championships which was held in Paris on clay courts, has often been considered the true precursor to the French Open.
  2. ^ Wimbledon from 1878 to 1921 was decided in a Challenge Round match.
  3. ^ US Championship from 1884 to 1911 was decided in a Challenge Round match.
  4. ^ French Championship from 1891 to 1924 was open only to specific club members.[a] Titles are not counted toward major totals.
  5. ^ 1919 Australasian Championships was held in January 1920, before the 1920 Australasian Championships.
  6. ^ 1923 Australasian Championships was held in August, after Wimbledon and before the US National Championships.
  7. ^ The French Championships opened itself to international competitors and renamed as Championnats Internationaux de France (de tennis). See WHCC.
  8. ^ Australasian Championships was renamed to Australian Championships.
  9. ^ French Championships held between 1941 and 1945 are not recognized by the tournament organizer. See Tournoi de France.
  10. ^ a b French Open was held in July, after Wimbledon from 1946 to 1947 due to the effects in the aftermath of World War II.
  11. ^ Australian Open was held in December, after the US Open from 1977 to 1985.
  12. ^ Johan Kriek became a naturalised US citizen after originally representing South Africa.
  13. ^ 2020 French Open was held in September, after the US Open due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Champions list

Tournament record and active players indicated in bold.
Only players with three or more Grand Slam titles are included in the list.

Grand Slam achievements

These are players who achieved some form of a tennis Grand Slam. They include a Grand Slam, non-calendar year Grand Slam, Career Grand Slam, Career Golden Slam, and Career Super Slam. No male player has won a single season Golden Slam. The tennis Open Era began in 1968, after the Australian Open and before the French Open.

Grand Slam

Players who won all four major titles in a calendar year.[14]

Non-calendar year Grand Slam

Players who won all four major titles consecutively (not in a calendar year).

  • The event at which the non-calendar year Grand Slam was completed indicated in bold.

Career Grand Slam

Players who won all four major titles over the course of their careers.

  • The event at which the Career Grand Slam was completed indicated in bold.

Career Golden Slam

Players who won all four major titles and the Olympic gold medal over the course of their careers.[a][15][16]

  • The event at which the Career Golden Slam was completed indicated in bold.
  1. ^ Tennis was not an Olympic sport between 1928 and 1984.

Career Super Slam

Players who won all four major titles, the Olympic gold medal and the Tour Finals over the course of their careers.[a]

  • The event at which the Career Super Slam was completed indicated in bold.
  1. ^ The Year-end Championships started in 1970 but the achievement has been possible since tennis was reinstated as an Olympic sport in 1988.

Multiple titles in a season

? Player won the four major tournaments in the same year.

Three titles

? Surface Slam (major titles on three different surfaces in the same season).[a]
  1. ^ The U.S. and Australian Opens have been played on hardcourts since 1978 and 1988 respectively.


Australian--French--U.S.
1938? United States Don Budge
1962? Australia Rod Laver
Open Era
1969? Australia Rod Laver
1988 Sweden Mats Wilander


Australian--Wimbledon--U.S.
1934 United Kingdom Fred Perry
1938? United States Don Budge
1958 Australia Ashley Cooper
1962? Australia Rod Laver
1964 Australia Roy Emerson
Open Era
1969? Australia Rod Laver
1974 United States Jimmy Connors
2004 Switzerland Roger Federer
2006
2007
2011 Serbia Novak Djokovic
2015


French--Wimbledon--U.S.
1938? United States Don Budge
1955 United States Tony Trabert
1962? Australia Rod Laver
Open Era
1969? Australia Rod Laver
2010? Spain Rafael Nadal

Two titles

? Three-Quarter Slam (Three major titles in the same season).[17]
? Channel Slam (French and Wimbledon title double).
Australian--French
1933? Australia Jack Crawford
1938? United States Don Budge
1953 Australia Ken Rosewall
1956? Australia Lew Hoad
1962? Australia Rod Laver
1963 Australia Roy Emerson
1964?
1967
Open Era
1969? Australia Rod Laver
1988? Sweden Mats Wilander
1992 United States Jim Courier
2016 Serbia Novak Djokovic
2021?
2022 Spain Rafael Nadal


Australian--Wimbledon
1933? Australia Jack Crawford
1934? United Kingdom Fred Perry
1938? United States Don Budge
1951 United States Dick Savitt
1956? Australia Lew Hoad
1958? Australia Ashley Cooper
1959 United States Alex Olmedo
1962? Australia Rod Laver
1965 Australia Roy Emerson
Open Era
1969? Australia Rod Laver
1974? United States Jimmy Connors
1994 United States Pete Sampras
1997
2004? Switzerland Roger Federer
2006?
2007?
2011? Serbia Novak Djokovic
2015?
2017 Switzerland Roger Federer
2019 Serbia Novak Djokovic
2021?


Australian--U.S.
1934? United Kingdom Fred Perry
1938? United States Don Budge
1958? Australia Ashley Cooper
1961 Australia Roy Emerson
1962? Australia Rod Laver
1964? Australia Roy Emerson
Open Era
1969? Australia Rod Laver
1973 Australia John Newcombe
1974? United States Jimmy Connors
1988? Sweden Mats Wilander
2004? Switzerland Roger Federer
2006?
2007?
2011? Serbia Novak Djokovic
2015?




Tournament statistics

Most titles per tournament

At one tournament

  1. ^ Most finals played without winning the title.
  2. ^ Most times finished as runner-up, having previously won the tournament.

Consecutive titles

Grand Slam titles by decade

  • Note: Ken Rosewall, Novak Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal are the only male players to win Grand Slam singles titles in three different decades. Nadal is the only player to do so with multiple titles.

Grand Slam titles by country

All-time

as of 2023 Australian Open.

147-> 
100 
48 
34 
26 
23 
22 
21 
12 
10 

Open Era

as of 2023 Australian Open.

52 
30 
25 
23 
22 
20 
12 

See also

References

  1. ^ "Grand Slam Timeline". ultimatetennisstatistics.com. Retrieved 2021.
  2. ^ "Grand Slam title winners". grandslamhistory.com. Retrieved 2021.
  3. ^ Robertson, Max (1974). The Encyclopedia of Tennis. Viking Press. pp. 28-30.
  4. ^ Hadlich, Gui (14 May 2021). "What Are Tennis Grand Slams? (Easy Guide)". My Tennis HQ. Retrieved 2021.
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  6. ^ "Tennis Grand Slams - The Big 4". Improves. 29 September 2020. Retrieved 2021.
  7. ^ "Australian Open champions". ausopen.com. Archived from the original on 2 August 2022.
  8. ^ "French Open champions". rolandgarros.com. Archived from the original on 2 August 2022.
  9. ^ "Draws Archive, Gentlemen's Singles - The Championships, Wimbledon - Official Site by IBM". www.wimbledon.com. Archived from the original on 14 September 2022.
  10. ^ "US Open champions". usopen.org. Archived from the original on 14 September 2022.
  11. ^ "Pause, rewind, play: When 17-year-old Michael Chang stunned Lendl and Edberg to win French Open". Scroll.in. 23 May 2021. Retrieved 2021.
  12. ^ Robertson, Max (1974). The Encyclopedia of Tennis. Viking Press. p. 380.
  13. ^ "International Tennis Hall of Fame". tennisfame.com. Retrieved 2021.
  14. ^ "What is a Tennis Grand Slam? | Definition + Essential Info". TennisCompanion. 24 November 2021. Archived from the original on 21 February 2022.
  15. ^ "Players who won the Golden Slam in their career". SportzPoint. 2 August 2021. Archived from the original on 19 February 2022.
  16. ^ "Olympians Who Won a Golden Slam in Tennis (12)". Olympedia. 2 August 2021. Archived from the original on 21 February 2022.
  17. ^ "Grand Slam All Time Champions | History of the US Open - Official Site of the 2022 US Open Tennis Championships - A USTA Event". www.usopen.org. Archived from the original on 19 February 2022.

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