All-time tennis records – men's singles. 2.1 Grand Slam tournament totals. 2.2 Grand Slam tournaments consecutive streaks. 2.3 Grand Slam tournaments non-consecutive streaks. 2.4 Grand Slam matches. 2.5 Grand Slam matches/finals streaks.
List of Grand Slam–related tennis records. These are records for Grand Slam tournaments, also known as majors, which are the four most prestigious annual tennis events. All records are based on official data from the majors. The names of active players appear in boldface for their career totals and currently active streaks.
From 1913 to 1923 there were three official championships recognized by the ILTF: World Grass Court Championships – Wimbledon. World Hard Court Championships, held in Paris on clay courts. World Covered Court Championships, held in Europe on an indoor wood surface.
Bubba Watson. 2. Martin Kaymer. 2. Willie Park Jr. 2. Harold Hilton. 2. John McDermott.
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Other related concepts. Boxed Set. A "career Boxed Set" refers to winning one of every possible major title in the singles, doubles, and mixed doubles disciplines throughout ... Golden Slam. Super Slam. Three-Quarter Slam. Surface Slam.
Legendary Swiss tennis player Roger Federer jointly tops the list of the most Grand Slam tennis titles won of all time by professional male tennis players.
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