Men's Grand Slam Title Winners: YEAR: TOURNAMENT: WINNER: RUNNER-UP: 2021: U.S. Open: Daniil ...
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The Grand Slam in tennis is the achievement of winning all four major championships in one discipline in the same calendar year, also referred to as the "Calendar-year Grand Slam" or "Calendar Slam". In doubles, a team may accomplish the Grand Slam playing together or a player may achieve it with different partners.
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History of all Grand Slam tournaments - Australian Open, French Open (or Roland Garros), Wimbledon and US Open. All finals since 1877, Grand Slam venues, players statistics and photos. ATP tournaments and players statistics.
Men's Singles. 1938 - Donald BUDGE, USA - the first person, who won four major tennis tournamens in one year. 1962 - Rodney LAVER, Australia - won his first Grand Slam as amateur tennis player. 1969 - Rodney LAVER, Australia - took his second Grand Slam as professional. He is only tennis player, who won Grand Slam twice.
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.
In history of tennis ,1968 all Grand Slam competitions began enabling experts to rival the beginners. Beforehand no one but beginners could play in the most renowned tennis competitions. Before the open period proficient players played for prize cash in discrete occasions and visits and did not contend in the Grand Slam competitions.
Here is a list of the Grand Slam and Career Grand Slam holders: Grand Slam Holders: Men. Donald Budge 1938; Rod Laver 1962 and 1970; Women. Maureen Connolly 1953; Margaret Court 1970; Steffi Graf 1988; Career Grand Slam Holders: Men. Fred Perry; Donald Budge; Roy Emerson; Rod Laver; Andre Agassi; Roger Federer; Rafael Nadal; Women. Maureen Connolly; Doris Hart; Shirley Fry Irvin; Margaret Court; Billie Jean King; Chris Evert; Martina Navratilova; Steffi Graf; Serena Williams; More about the ...
Federer has a record-tying 20 Grand Slam singles titles. At the age of 35, the tennis great won a record-breaking eighth Wimbledon title in July 2017. In 2001, he stunned Wimbledon by taking out incumbent singles champion Pete Sampras in the fourth round.