Tennis All-Time Records

Roger Federer hits a forehand return against Novak Djokovic of Serbia during Day Thirteen of the 2011 US Open
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Here's a listing of tennis' biggest winners through the ages, including singles, doubles and Grand Slams. 

Winning "The Grand Slam" in singles: all four majors in the same calendar year

  1. Don Budge 1938
  2. Maureen Connolly 1953
  3. Rod Laver 1962 and 1969
  4. Margaret Smith Court 1970
  5. Steffi Graf 1988

Winning "The Grand Slam" in doubles with the same partner

  1. Frank Sedgman and Ken McGregor 1951
  2. Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver 1984

    Winning "The Grand Slam" in mixed doubles with the same partner

    1. Margaret Smith (Court) and Ken Fletcher 1963

    Top Five Lists:

    Most Grand Slam singles titles: men

    1. Roger Federer 17
    2. Rafael Nadal and Pete Sampras 14
    3. Roy Emerson 12
    4. Rod Laver and Bjorn Borg 11
    5. Bill Tilden 10

    Most Grand Slam singles titles: women

    1. Margaret Smith Court 24
    2. Steffi Graf 22
    3. Helen Wills Moody 19
    4. Martina Navratilova 18
    5. Chris Evert 18
    6. Serena Williams 18

    Most career singles titles: men

    1. Jimmy Connors 109
    2. Ivan Lendl 94
    3. Roger Federer 81
    4. John McEnroe 77
    5. Pete Sampras 64

    Most career singles titles: women

    1. Martina Navratilova 167
    2. Chris Evert 154
    3. Steffi Graf 107
    4. Margaret Smith Court 92
    5. Billie-Jean King 67

    Most career singles and doubles* titles: men

    1. John McEnroe 152
    2. Jimmy Connors 128
    3. Ilie Nastase 108
    4. Tom Okker 108
    5. Stan Smith 100

    Most career singles and doubles* titles: women

    1. Martina Navratilova 344
    2. Chris Evert 189
    3. Billie-Jean King 168
    4. Margaret Smith Court 127
    5. Rosie Casals 123

      *Doubles titles counts do not include mixed doubles.