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50+ Famous Male Tennis Players

Active & Retired

By Jon Crim
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There have been hundreds of successful male tennis players throughout history, and while only a handful will go down as the greatest of all time, there are many more widely celebrated players.

If you’re new to tennis or looking to expand your knowledge of players who have achieved some of the highest levels of success on the court, this resource will help you get up to speed quickly.

I’ll cover some of the most famous active and retired tennis players ever to step onto the court, including some of their most significant accomplishments and why they made this list.

I’ll also provide a complete list of former No. 1s in singles, doubles, and former Grand Slam champions. Check out my list of famous female tennis players if you’d like to explore that side of the tour.

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Selection Criteria

A player’s success on the court goes a long way to developing name recognition and fame. However, various other factors, including their personalities, behavior, and exposure off the court, influence how well they become known among tennis fans and the general public.

As part of curating this list of famous male tennis players, I looked at a handful of different factors to gauge their popularity. Here are some of the most prominent that I reviewed:

  • Rankings
  • Titles
  • On-court behavior
  • Off-court exposure
  • Social media followers
  • Newsworthy events

Taken together, I pulled together my picks for the most influential men to ever step on the court. I’ve also included each player’s Instagram account where applicable so that you can follow along with their journeys if that’s of interest to you.

It’s worth noting that some of the active players listed will likely not be remembered the same way as many of the retired players with significantly greater achievements in their careers.

As a result, I’ll update this list over the years to try and provide the most accurate snapshot of famous male players.

Active Male Tennis Players

Some of the best-known tennis players in the world are still competing at the top of their game on the ATP Tour, so we’ll start with them.

Keep in mind that some of these players are nearing the end of their careers, and others have had injuries, so although you might not see them or have heard of them recently, they’re still active.

Novak Djokovic

Famous Male Tennis Players - Novak Djokovic

Photo Credit: @djokernole

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Novak Djokovic’s success in recent years has helped him quickly become known as one of the greatest tennis players ever to live. Perhaps most notably, he’s currently tied for the second-most Grand Slam singles titles with Roger Federer, nine of which are Australian Open titles.

Indicative of his dominance, Novak currently holds the record for the most weeks as world No. 1, with 364 weeks.

However, Novak is well-known for other reasons beyond the court, including his gluten-free diet, temper, and default from the 2020 US Open. More recently, he received significant global media coverage when the Australian government denied his visa due to his vaccination status when trying to compete in the Australian Open.

Highest Rank1
CountrySerbia
BirthdayMay 22, 1987
Grand Slam Titles20 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles86 singles / 1 doubles
Olympic MedalsBronze singles
Instagram@djokernole / 10.4m followers

Roger Federer

Famous Male Tennis Players - Roger Federer

Photo Credit: @rogerfederer

Until a few years ago, many viewed Federer as the GOAT in tennis. While many still believe this to be the case, the conversation has shifted toward Djokovic and Nadal as injuries have sidelined him.

Although Roger’s accomplishments throughout his career are numerous, his record eight Wimbledon titles are one of the most significant.

Federer’s talent and success speak volumes, but he’s also well known for his sportsmanship, friendly demeanor, style on the court, and lucrative sponsorship deals. He continues to be one of the sport’s most important ambassadors and one of the best-known players worldwide.

Highest Rank1
CountrySwitzerland
BirthdayAugust 8, 1981
Grand Slam Titles20 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles103 singles / 8 doubles
Olympic MedalsSilver Singles / Gold Doubles
Instagram@rogerfederer / 9.1m followers

Rafael Nadal

Famous Male Tennis Players - Rafael Nadal

Photo Credit: @rafaelnadal

In 2022, Rafael Nadal became the first man ever to reach 21 Grand Slam titles, further solidifying his place as one of the best players ever.

Perhaps most notably in his career, he’s known as the king of clay, with 13 French Open titles on clay courts, the most in any major. He’s also won an Olympic gold medal in singles and doubles for Spain.

Beyond his on-court success, Nadal is well-known for his tennis academy in Mallorca, Spain, his friendly and respectful demeanor, unique on-court routines, and affinity toward yachts.

Highest Rank1
CountrySpain
BirthdayJune 3, 1986
Grand Slam Titles21 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles91 singles / 11 doubles
Olympic MedalsGold singles / Gold doubles
Instagram@rafaelnadal / 13.9m followers

Andy Murray

Famous Male Tennis Players - Andy Murray

Photo Credit: @andymurray

At the height of his career, many considered Andy Murray part of the big four, including Djokovic, Federer, and Nadal. Although he hasn’t achieved nearly the success of those three, he was one of the few players able to break through to win Grand Slams during their reign.

Unfortunately for Andy Murray, he’s well known for having back surgery in 2013 and then hip surgery in 2018. He even has a Netflix documentary covering the struggles he went through having hip surgery and fighting to return to the highest levels of the sport. Murray is also well-known for supporting women in tennis and, more broadly.

Highest Rank1
CountryGreat Britain
BirthdayMay 15, 1987
Grand Slam Titles3 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles46 singles / 3 doubles
Olympic MedalsGold x2 singles / Silver mixed doubles
Instagram@andymurray / 1.8m followers

Daniil Medvedev

Famous Male Tennis Players - Daniil Medvedev

Photo Credit: @medwed33

Russian tennis player, Daniil Medvedev, is one of the few players outside of Andy Murray to rise to the top of the game. In 2021, he defeated Novak Djokovic at the US Open, preventing him from achieving a Grand Slam, winning all four majors in a calendar year.

On the court, he’s developed a reputation for his temper, often fighting with fans and umpires, but improvements in this area combined with his success have earned him respect by many. He’s also well known for his unorthodox style when playing tennis.

Highest Rank: 1
Country: Russia
Birthday: February 11, 1996
Grand Slam Titles: 1 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles: 13 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals: 0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram: @medwed33 / 960k followers

Highest Rank1
CountryRussia
BirthdayFebruary 11, 1996
Grand Slam Titles1 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles13 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@medwed33 / 960k followers

Alexander Zverev

Famous Male Tennis Players - Alexander Zverev

Photo Credit: @alexzverev123

One of the sport’s most promising up and comers, Alexander Zverev, has been a consistent performer on the ATP Tour for years, including the accumulation of five Masters 1000 titles and Olympic gold. As one of the biggest servers on tour, he’s ironically well-known for choking on serve and double-faulting.

In 2020, Zverev’s ex-girlfriend Olga Sharypova accused him of physical and emotional abuse, which received significant media attention and has tarnished his reputation. At the Mexican Open in 2022, Zverev returned to the spotlight when he struck the umpire’s chair with his racquet multiple times, which unsurprisingly went viral.

In 2019, Zverev and Federer played an exhibition match in Mexico City that claimed the world record for most attendees breaking 42,000.

Highest Rank3
CountryGermany
BirthdayApril 20, 1997
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles19 singles / 2 doubles
Olympic MedalsGold singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@alexzverev123 / 1.5m followers

Dominic Thiem

Famous Male Tennis Players - Dominic Thiem

Photo Credit: @domithiem

Austrian tennis player Dominic Thiem has delivered exceptional results throughout his career, including his first Grand Slam victory in 2020 after reaching three previous finals at the majors.

He’s also one of the few players who consistently challenged the big three, with multiple wins against Nadal and Djokovic and a winning record against Federer. Recently, a recurring wrist injury sidelines him for the second half of 2021 and the first few months of 2022.

Highest Rank2
CountryAustria
BirthdaySeptember 2, 1993
Grand Slam Titles1 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles17 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@domithiem / 1.4m followers

Stan Wawrinka

Famous Male Tennis Players - Stan Wawrinka

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Although Swiss tennis player Stan Wawrinka has mostly lived in the shadows of Roger Federer throughout his career, he’s one of the most successful players to compete against the big three. All three of his Grand Slam titles came against Nadal and Djokovic.

Stan is also a gold medal winner in doubles, which came in 2008 when he partnered up with countryman Roger Federer.

More recently, Stan had a foot surgery that saw him miss most of the 2021 season. In 2022, he’s returned to the tour.

Highest Rank3
CountrySwitzerland
BirthdayMarch 28, 1985
Grand Slam Titles3 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles16 singles / 2 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / Gold doubles
Instagram@stanwawrinka85 / 1.2m followers

Nick Kyrgios

Famous Male Tennis Players - Nick Kyrgios

Photo Credit: @k1ngkyrg1os

Once pegged as the bad boy of tennis, Nick Kyrigios is well known for his explosive game, trick shots, and ability to take out some of the biggest names in the sport, including the big three, all three of which he defeated the first time he ever played them.

Despite his natural talent, Nick’s results are streaky at best as he struggles to apply himself consistently, often undone by outbursts on the court aimed at the umpire or fans.

However, his unorthodox approach to the game, outspoken opinions, and sharing of intimate details, including his struggles with depression and substance abuse, have earned him a large fan base that regularly draws some of the biggest crowds in the sport.

Highest Rank13
CountryAustralia
BirthdayApril 27, 1995
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 1 doubles
Career Titles6 singles / 2 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@k1ngkyrg1os / 1.9m followers

Stefanos Tsitsipas

Famous Male Tennis Players - Stefanos Tsitsipas

Photo Credit: @stefanostsitsipas98

One of the game’s most prominent up and comers, Stefanos Tsitsipas, has achieved impressive results during his relatively short career on tour, including seven titles and three semi-final appearances at the Australian Open and a finals appearance at the 2021 French Open.

Tsitsipas has a powerful game with a big forehand and equally impressive one-handed backhand. Tsitsipas is one of a few tennis players who vlogs on YouTube and has amassed an impressive following there.

On other social media platforms, Stefanos is relatively well known for the reflective thoughts that he posts.

Highest Rank3
CountryGreece
BirthdayAugust 12, 1998
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles7 singles / 1 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@stefanostsitsipas98 / 1.6m followers

Grigor Dimitrov

Famous Male Tennis Players - Grigor Dimitrov

Photo Credit: @grigordimitrov

Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov has been a mainstay on the pro tour for years and has achieved plenty of success. Along with his eight titles, he’s been to every Grand Slam tournament semi-finals except for the French Open.

Early in his career, many fans drew strong comparisons between his style of play and Roger Federer, earning him the label “Baby Fed.” However, he was never a fan wanting fans to appreciate his unique style.

Highest Rank3
CountryBulgaria
BirthdayMay 16, 1991
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles8 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@grigordimitrov / 1m followers

Matteo Berrettini

Famous Male Tennis Players - Matteo Berretini

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Italian tennis player, Matteo Berrettini, has one of the game’s biggest serves and forehands, which, combined with consistent performance in recent years, has earned him a top ten ranking.

Although he still has lots to prove, he’s managed to win five singles titles and has achieved two semi-finals and one final appearance in Grand Slam events. Matteo will be one to watch in the next few years.

Highest Rank6
CountryItaly
BirthdayApril 12, 1996
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles5 singles / 2 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@matberrettini / 1.2m followers

Diego Schwartzman

Famous Male Tennis Players - Deigo Schwartzman

Photo Credit: @dieschwartzman

At 5′ 7″ tall, Diego Schwartzman is one of the shortest players on the men’s tour, but don’t let the height fool you. He’s impressive off both wings, is very quick, and plays well on the defense.

Diego has earned four titles during his career and regularly makes deep runs at the Grand Slams, with a career-best appearance in the semi-finals of the 2020 French Open on clay, one of his best surfaces.

From his dancing to goofing off outside of tennis, Diego is known for his happy-go-lucky demeanor and is well-liked by his competitors.

Highest Rank8
CountryArgentina
BirthdayAugust 16, 1982
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles4 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@dieschwartzman / 702k followers

Kei Nishikori

Famous Male Tennis Players - Kei Nishikori

Photo Credit: @keinishikori

As one of only two male Japanese players to ever rank in the top five, Kei Nishikori has gained tons of exposure for his success on the court, backed by lucrative endorsement deals that have further broadened his exposure throughout Asian countries.

In addition, Kei won a bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics when he defeated Rafael Nadal. In doing so, he brought home the first Olympic tennis medal to Japan in 96 years.

Highest Rank4
CountryJapan
BirthdayDecember 29, 1989
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles12 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic MedalsBronze singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@keinishikori / 533k followers

Jannik Sinner

Famous Male Tennis Players - Jannik Sinner

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One of the youngest top 100 players on the pro tour, Jannik Sinner, has achieved significant results early in his career. He has five singles titles and has reached the quarterfinals of Grand Slam events twice.

Jannik has a well-balanced game that includes exceptional movement on the court and impressive groundstrokes. On the court, he’s level-headed and calm, which he’s received praise for on numerous occasions.

Off the court, Jannik is an avid and talented skier. As a kid, he was one of Italy’s top skiers, and it remains a passion of his.

Highest Rank9
CountryItaly
BirthdayAugust 16, 2001
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles5 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@janniksin / 548k followers

Andrey Rublev

Famous Male Tennis Players - Andrey Rublev

Photo Credit: @andreyrublev

Considered by many of his peers to be one of the hardest working players on tour, Russian tennis player Andrey Rublev’s consistency has earned a spot in the top five. Rublev is an aggressive baseliner who possesses a lethal forehand and all-around solid game.

Rublev earned himself the nickname “bweh,” referring to the sound he makes when striking the ball, and fans regularly feature him in memes as a cat with his signature bandana and long hair.

Highest Rank5
CountryRussia
BirthdayOctober 20, 1997
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles10 singles / 3 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@andreyrublev / 338k followers

Felix Auger-Aliassime

Famous Male Tennis Players - Felix Auger-Aliassime

Photo Credit: @felixaliassime

Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime, otherwise known as FAA, a nickname given to him because his name isn’t easy to pronounce, is a promising up and comer on the ATP Tour with all of the key ingredients to becoming one of the game’s most successful players.

Although he’s achieved consistent performance on tour, Felix has struggled in big moments. Up until 2022, he had a record 0-8 in finals appearances, which he eventually overcame, winning the 2022 Rotterdam Open by defeating Stefanos Tsitsipas in straight sets.

Felix is liked by many for his friendly demeanor, and his popularity will likely only grow as he continues to achieve success.

Highest Rank9
CountryCanada
BirthdayAugust 8, 2000
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles1 singles / 1 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@felixaliassime / 420k followers

Carlos Alcaraz

Famous Male Tennis Players - Carlos Alcaraz

Photo Credit: @carlitosalcarazz

One of Spain’s biggest up-and-coming names, Carlos Alcaraz, is one of the tour’s youngest top 20 players. Beyond his talent on the court, one of the main reasons he’s become so well-known is due to the comparisons fans have drawn to him and Rafael Nadal.

In 2022, he became the youngest men’s champion at the Miami Open.

Highest Rank16
CountrySpain
BirthdayMay 5, 2003
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles3 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@carlitosalcarazz / 607k followers

Denis Shapovalov

Famous Male Tennis Players - Denis Shapovalov

Photo Credit: @denis.shapovalov

Although Denis only has one title to his name, his deep runs at Grand Slam tournaments have helped increase his exposure, and he’ll likely remain a top contender in the coming years.

In the 2017 Davis Cup, Denis found his way into the media for accidentally hitting the chair umpire in the eye at a Davis Cup rubber, which led to a quick disqualification for unsportsmanlike conduct. The unfortunate event subsequently led to Canada losing to Great Britain.

Beyond the court, Denis became well known after rapping in front of the crowd at the 2019 BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells. In 2020, he recorded and released two singles, “Night Train” and “Drip.”

Highest Rank10
CountryCanada
BirthdayApril 15, 1999
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles1 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@denis.shapovalov / 556k followers

Gael Monfils

Famous Male Tennis Players - Gael Monfils

Photo Credit: @iamgaelmonfils

One of the ATP’s most athletic stars, Gael Monfils, is a showman on the court known for his speed, slides, trick shots, and lighthearted demeanor. Gael has earned 11 titles during his career and made a handful of deep runs at all of the Grand Slam tournaments.

Nicknamed “La Monf,” he’s well-liked among players and fans and is married to Ukrainian player Elina Svitolina.

Highest Rank6
CountryFrance
BirthdaySeptember 1, 1986
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles1 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@iamgaelmonfils / 893k followers

John Isner

Famous Male Tennis Players - John Isner

Photo Credit: @johnrisner

One of tennis’ tallest athletes, John Isner, is 6′ 10″ and possesses a huge serve that is one of the fastest on the men’s tour and led him to hit the second-most aces in ATP history. He also has a powerful forehand that he uses in conjunction with his serve to close out points quickly.

John has been on tour for many years and has earned 16 titles and a top ten ranking in 2018. In 2010, John played the longest match in tennis history against Nicolas Mahut at Wimbledon, which lasted 11 hours and 5 minutes and took place over three days.

Off the court, John has received some pushback from users on social media for his political views that he’s not shy to share.

Highest Rank8
CountryUnited States
BirthdayApril 26, 1985
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles16 singles / 7 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@johnrisner / 195k followers

Alex de Minaur

Famous Male Tennis Players - Alex de Minaur

Photo Credit: @alexdeminaur

Australian tennis player Alex de Minaur is perhaps best known for his speed on the court and never giving up on points. For this, he’s earned the nickname “Speed Demon” or simply “Demon.” As far as results, he’s delivered a consistent performance with five titles.

He also has the nickname “Minotaur” because of how fans commonly pronounce his name.

Highest Rank15
CountryAustralia
BirthdayFebruary 17, 1999
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles5 singles / 1 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@alexdeminaur / 235k followers

Taylor Fritz

Famous Male Tennis Players - Taylor Fritz

Photo Credit: @taylor_fritz

One of America’s promising young talents, Taylor Fritz, is 6′ 5″ and possesses a big serve. Although his results have improved in recent years, including four third-round appearances at Grand Slams, he’s only managed to win two titles to date.

Highest Rank13
CountryUnited States
BirthdayOctober 28, 1997
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles2 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@taylor_fritz / 205k followers

Benoit Paire

Famous Male Tennis Players - Benoit Paire

Photo Credit: @benpaire

Having earned a few titles and made solid runs at Grand Slam tournaments, Benoit Paire is a talented French tennis player who’s well-known for his flashy style and loves playing for fans and hitting trick shots.

Off the court, Paire is often spotted partying and having a good time, drawing criticism and those believing he’s not taking things as seriously as possible. According to him, he’s busy living and likes to balance his tennis career with having fun with friends and family.

Highest Rank18
CountryFrance
BirthdayMay 8, 1989
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles3 singles / 1 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@benpaire / 401k followers

David Goffin

Famous Male Tennis Players - David Goffin

Photo Credit: @david__goffin

Belgium tennis player David Goffin is a consistent performer on tour. Over the years, he earned five titles and has reached the quarterfinals of every Grand Slam tournament except the US Open.

In 2018, he suffered an unfortunate injury to his eye when a ball ricocheted off his racquet at the net and caused him to miss a few tournaments. Recently, David has struggled with injuries that have made it challenging to perform consistently and at his best.

Highest Rank7
CountryBelgium
BirthdayDecember 7, 1990
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles5 singles / 1 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@david__goffin / 281k followers

Reilly Opelka

Famous Male Tennis Players - Reilly Opelka

Photo Credit: @reillyopelka

Tied with Ivo Karlovic as the tallest ATP tennis player ever at 6′ 11,” Reilly Opelka is an American tennis player who’s best known for his big serve. Many fans give big servers like Reilly a tough time because their game centers around their serve, referring to them as “Serve Bots.”

Although others may not appreciate the nickname, he’s embraced it, and fans have even spotted him wearing a “Serve Bot” t-shirt. Regardless of your stance on big serves like Opelka, he’s using it to his advantage and continues to find success on the court.

Highest Rank17
CountryUnited States
BirthdayAugust 28, 1997
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles3 singles / 1 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@reillyopelka / 83k followers

Marin Cilic

Famous Male Tennis Players - Marin Cilic

Photo Credit: @marincilic

Ranked as high as No. 3 in the world, Croatian Marin Cilic has delivered exceptional results over the years, including a Grand Slam title at the US Open in 2014 and two finals appearances at the Australian Open and Wimbledon. Marin reached 550 match wins in 2022, becoming the 40th man in the Open Era to achieve the feat.

Unfortunately for Marin, he tested positive for the banned substance nikethamide in 2013, resulting in a nine-month ban from tennis that, upon appeal, the Court of Arbitration for Sport reduced to four months.

Highest Rank3
CountryCroatia
BirthdaySeptember 28, 1988
Grand Slam Titles1 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles20 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / Silver doubles
Instagram@marincilic / 205k followers

Alexander Bulbik

Famous Male Tennis Players - Alexander Bulbik

Photo Credit: @bublik

Known for his big serve and somewhat unpredictable performances on the court, which regularly include trick shots and underarm serves, Alexander Bulbik is one of the less successful players on my list.

However, despite that, he frequently finds himself covered by the ATP due to his unorthodox performances on the court. He’s also seen some criticism for his lack of commitment and generally casual approach to the sport, which he’s gone on record saying he wouldn’t be playing if the financial incentives weren’t in place.

Highest Rank30
CountryRussia, Kazakhstan
BirthdayJune 17, 1997
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / Silver doubles
Career Titles1 singles / Silver doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / Silver doubles
Instagram@bublik / 145k followers

Bernard Tomic

Famous Male Tennis Players - Bernard Tomic

Photo Credit: @real.bernardtomic

Despite his talent and reasonable success on tour, the Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic is perhaps best-known for his controversial behavior, run-ins with the law, and a general irreverence for the sport.

Notably, Bernard has come under fire for tanking matches. In 2019, he lost to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in 58 minutes, which led to the tournament fining his full prize money for not giving his best effort.

Highest Rank17
CountryAustralia
BirthdayOctober 21, 1992
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@real.bernardtomic / 20k followers

Retired Female Tennis Players

Although no longer playing tennis on tour, these individuals remain some of the most widely recognizable names in tennis.

Rod Laver

Famous Male Tennis Players - Rod Laver

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Rod Laver’s resume is thoroughly impressive, easily making him one of the greatest tennis players of all time. One of his most significant accomplishments is winning all four Grand Slam tournaments in a calendar on two separate occasions – in 1962 and 1969.

Known for his power and well-rounded game, the “Rocket” had a profound impact on the game, and his easy-going personality has made him one of the most likable individuals in the sport.

Adding to his legacy and increasing the number of people who gain exposure to the legend, he has Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne Park in Australia and the Laver Cup named after him.

Highest Rank1
CountryAustralia
BirthdayAugust 9, 1938
Grand Slam Titles11 singles / 6 doubles
Career Titles198 singles / 28 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagramn/a

Pete Sampras

Famous Male Tennis Players - Pete Sampras

Photo Credit: @Wimbledon

American tennis player Pete Sampras is one of the game’s most successful players and dominated much of the men’s tour in the 90s. He’s well known for his big and accurate serve, which earned him the nickname of “Pistol Pete,” which paired well with his volley game.

Pete owned the record of 14 Grand Slam titles for seven years, which Federer first surpassed, followed by Nadal and Djokovic. Sampras has stayed involved with tennis playing various exhibition matches post-retirement, which has helped keep up his exposure over the years.

Highest Rank1
CountryUnited States
BirthdayAugust 12, 1971
Grand Slam Titles14 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles64 singles / 2 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@petesamprasofficial / 44k followers

Bjorn Borg

Famous Male Tennis Players - Bjorn Borg

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Hailing from Sweden, Björn Borg is another of the best tennis players of all time. He was dominant at the French Open and Wimbledon as a former world No. 1 with 11 Grand Slam titles.

Borg’s success came at an exciting time for tennis when more money and endorsements flooded into the sport, which helped him become one of the most recognizable names during the 70s.

More recently, he’s found his way back into the spotlight in tennis as the Team Europe coach at the Laver Cup.

Highest Rank1
CountrySweden
BirthdayJune 6, 1956
Grand Slam Titles11 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles66 singles / 4 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@bjornborgofficial / 3k followers

Ivan Lendl

Famous Male Tennis Players - Ivan Lendl

Photo Credit: @atptour

Originally from Czechoslovakia, Ivan Lendl was a dominant tennis player who earned eight Grand Slam titles and reigned as world No. 1 for 270 weeks. Throughout his career, he made it to two Wimbledon finals in 1986 and 1987, but it remains the only Grans Slam trophy he didn’t win.

Notably, Lendl helped popularize the modern baseline game with his powerful forehand, which is common these days. During the 90s, Ivan became an American citizen and now lives in Florida.

Post-retirement, Ivan helped coach Andy Murray to three Grand Slam titles and climb to the top of the ATP rankings as world No 1.

Highest Rank1
CountryCzecholslovakia, US
BirthdayMarch 7, 1960
Grand Slam Titles8 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles94 singles / 6 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@ivanlendl8 / >100 followers

Jimmy Connors

Famous Male Tennis Players - Jimmy Connors

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Another of the most influential tennis players, Jimmy Connors, was highly successful, claiming the No. 1 ranking and earning eight Grand Slam titles.

In 1974, the French Open banned Connors from playing in their tournament because he signed to play World Team Tennis, which had scheduling conflicts with their event. As a result, he sued the ATP.

In 2013, he released an autobiography, which remains a popular tennis book covering many of the controversial events that occurred during his career and personal life.

Highest Rank1
CountryUnited States
BirthdaySeptember 2, 1952
Grand Slam Titles8 singles / 2 doubles
Career Titles109 singles / 16 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagramn/a

John McEnroe

Famous Male Tennis Players - John McEnroe

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As famous for his anger as his skills and success on the court, John McEnroe is one of the best to play the sport in history. Beyond singles, John also achieved great success in doubles, where he won more Grand Slam titles and equaled his world No. 1 singles ranking.

In addition to his skills on the court, John is famous for his temper and, in particular, his famous phrase, “you cannot be serious.” McEnroe has been a staple announcer for major tennis tournaments and appeared in a few movies, and talk shows post-retirement.

John McEnroe also remains active on the ATP Champions Tour, where former tennis professionals compete worldwide. As a result, of his varied endeavors, he’s one of the most recognizable names in tennis.

Highest Rank1
CountryUnited States
BirthdayFebruary 16, 1959
Grand Slam Titles7 singles / 9 doubles
Career Titles77 singles / 78 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
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Andre Agassi

Famous Male Tennis Players - Andre Agassi

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Like those previously mentioned on this, Andre Agassi is a highly decorated tennis player. One achievement that sets him apart from most others is one of two men (Nadal being the other) to complete a career Golden Slam, but he remains the only player to win a career Super Slam.

Andre’s autobiography, “Open,” is a best-selling book that chronicles his childhood through his tennis career and famously married Steffi Graff, one of the best female tennis players of all time. In retirement, Agassi has spent much of his time on his charitable efforts in Las Vegas.

Highest Rank1
CountryUnited States
BirthdayApril 29, 1970
Grand Slam Titles8 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles66 singles / 1 doubles
Olympic MedalsGold singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@agassi / 315k followers

Ken Rosewell

Famous Male Tennis Players - Ken Rosewell

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Australian tennis player Ken Rosewell achieved great success, earning a No. 1 ranking and eight Grand Slam titles. His name is less known than others because much of his career came before the Open Era in tennis, which started in 1968.

Despite that, Ken is one of the most prominent male tennis players in history and had incredible talent in singles and doubles.

Highest Rank1
CountryAustralia
BirthdayNovember 2, 1934
Grand Slam Titles8 singles / 9 doubles
Career Titles147 singles / 14 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
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Fred Perry

Famous Male Tennis Players - Fred Perry

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Fed spent a portion of his career as an amateur and then turned professional in 1936. His career took place well before the Open Era, and he retired in 1959. One of his crowing achievements includes a career Grand Slam, winning at least one of each Grand Slam tournament.

Although he’s no longer with us, Fred Perry remains an icon of the sport and one of the more talented players ever to step on a court.

Post-retirement, Fred spent many years as a tennis broadcaster, and in 1979, he released “Fred Perry,” an autobiography. He also had a clothing line, which continues until this day. Finally, he has a statue at Wimbledon and several memorials throughout the UK, which honor his legacy and contribution to the game.

Highest Rank1
CountryGreat Britain
BirthdayMay 18, 1909
Grand Slam Titles8 singles / 2 doubles
Career Titles62 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
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Stefan Edberg

Famous Male Tennis Players - Stefan Edberg

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Swedish tennis star Stefan Edberg is a former world No. 1 who achieved great success in singles and doubles. He’s one of the best serve and volleyers ever to play the game and famously teamed up with Roger Federer for roughly two years in 2014 and 2015.

Highest Rank1
CountrySweden
BirthdayJanuary 19, 1966
Grand Slam Titles6 singles / 2 doubles
Career Titles41 singles / 18 doubles
Olympic MedalsBronze singles / Bronze doubles
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Boris Becker

Famous Male Tennis Players - Boris Becker

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German tennis player Boris Becker had a successful tennis career, winning six Grand Slam titles and reaching world No. 1. He was an excellent serve and volleyer who was somewhat famous for his diving volley. Unsurprisingly, his most successful tournament was Wimbledon.

Boris Becker is also an Olympic gold medalist, winning doubles in 1992 in Barcelona with Michael Stich. More recently, he coached Novak Djokovic during a successful three-year stint, during which time he won six Grand Slam and 14 masters titles.

In 2003, he published an autobiography, “The Player.” Unfortunately for Becker, he’s well known for his life challenges, including bankruptcy and tax evasion, and various relationships over the years.

Highest Rank1
CountryGermany
BirthdayNovember 22, 1967
Grand Slam Titles6 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles49 singles / 15 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / Gold doubles
Instagram@borisbeckerofficial / 299k followers

Mats Wilander

Famous Male Tennis Players - Mats Wilander

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Mats Wilander, another highly successful Swedish tennis player, won seven Grand Slam titles during his 15-year career. Uniquely, he’s one of only six men to have won a major on grass, clay, and hard courts.

After retiring from tennis, Mats has played periodically on the senior tour, coached the Swedish Davis Cup team, and served as a commentator.

Highest Rank1
CountrySweden
BirthdayAugust 22, 1964
Grand Slam Titles7 singles / 1 doubles
Career Titles33 singles / 7 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@matswilanderofficial / 16k followers

Arthur Ashe

Famous Male Tennis Players - Arthur Ashe

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Although Arthur passed in 1993, his legacy as a tennis player lives on. Most notably, Ashe was the first black player to compete for the US Davis Cup Team, and he remains the only black man ever to win Wimbledon, the US Open, and the Australian Open.

Famously, he has a stadium named after him in Flushing Meadows Park, where the US Open takes place yearly.

Highest Rank2
CountryUnited States
BirthdayFebruary 6, 1993
Grand Slam Titles3 singles / 2 doubles
Career Titles0 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals76 singles / 18 doubles
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Ilie Nastase

Famous Male Tennis Players - Ilie Nastase

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The Romanian tennis star, Ilie Năstase, was a highly accomplished tennis player in singles and doubles, with 64 in singles and 45 in doubles.

As a retired player, he’s remembered for his speed and entertaining style of play. However, he’s also well-known for various controversies on and off the court, from his famous use of the spaghetti string racquet that the ATP subsequently banned and his false comments suggesting Serena Willliam’s child is adopted.

Highest Rank1
CountryRomania
BirthdayJuly 19, 1946
Grand Slam Titles2 singles / 3 doubles
Career Titles64 singles / 45 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@nastase / 2k followers

Andy Roddick

Famous Male Tennis Players - Andy Roddick

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Retired American tennis player Andy Roddick is a Grand Slam champion and former world No. 1 who fans will remember for his big serve and aggressive forehand that he frequently capitalized on while competing.

Andy appeared in four Grand Slam finals, but he only managed to win one of them at the US Open in 2003. All others, he famously lost to Roger Federer at Wimbledon.

Post-retirement, Andy has hosted a radio show, worked for Fox Sports, was a commentator for Wimbledon in 2015, and temporarily contributed to the TennisChannel.

Highest Rank1
CountryUnited States
BirthdayAugust 20, 1983
Grand Slam Titles1 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles32 singles / 4 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@officialandyroddick / 2k followers

Lleyton Hewitt

Famous Male Tennis Players - Lleyton Hewitt

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Former world No. 1 and two-time Grand Slam champion, Lleyton Hewitt, is an Australian tennis player who became the youngest world No. 1 in tennis at 20. A speedy player, Hewitt was well-known for his consistency and ability to run down more balls than most players.

He’s also remembered for his celebrations, regularly saying “c’mon” after winning a point or less tastefully after an opponent’s error.

Highest Rank1
CountryAustralia
BirthdayFebruary 24, 1981
Grand Slam Titles2 singles / 1 doubles
Career Titles30 singles / 3 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@lleytonhewitt89 / 160k followers

Michael Chang

Famous Male Tennis Players - Michael Chang

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At 17 years old, Michale Chang became the youngest Grand Slam champion when he defeated Stefan Edberg in a five-set match. Although it would be his only major title, he still enjoyed a successful career that included 34 titles overall.

Michael was a fast player who was relatively short at 5′ 9,” didn’t have any significant weapons, but he often outworked and played more intelligent tennis than his opponents.

Highest Rank2
CountryUnited States
BirthdayFebruary 22, 1972
Grand Slam Titles1 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles34 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
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Patrick Rafter

Famous Male Tennis Players - Patrick Rafter

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Winning two Grand Slam titles at the US Open and ascending to world No. 1 in July of 1999, Pat Rafter is well-known for his serve and volleying, which he did with great success. He was also a terrific doubles player, reaching the semi-finals of every major.

Rafter has served as Australia’s Davis Cup captain, played on the ATP Champions Tour, and has a stadium at the Queensland Tennis Center in Australia named after him.

Highest Rank1
CountryAustralia
BirthdayDecember 28, 1972
Grand Slam Titles2 singles / 1 doubles
Career Titles11 singles / 10 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
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Gustavo Kuerten

Famous Male Tennis Players - Gustavo Kuerten

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Nicknamed “Guga,” Gustavo Kuerten is a three-time French Open champion who had a big serve and played from the baseline. During his first win at Roland Garros, he used polyester tennis strings, which were relatively unknown and helped maximize topspin.

In 2012, the Tennis Hall of Fame inducted him, and in 2016, he was a torchbearer for the Rio Olympics.

Highest Rank1
CountryBrazil
BirthdaySeptember 10, 1976
Grand Slam Titles3 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles20 singles / 8 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@gugakuerten / 555k followers

Bob Bryan

Famous Male Tennis Players - Bob Bryan

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One half of the Bryan brother’s dynamic duo, Bob achieved reasonable success in singles but spent most of his career playing doubles with his brother Mike, becoming the most successful men’s doubles team ever.

Bob won every Grand Slam title multiple times, earned Olympic gold and bronze medals, and owns numerous tennis records with his brother. In 2018, Bob underwent hip surgery, which took him a few months to recover from, but he eventually returned to the pro tour.

The team is famous for their celebratory chest bumps, and they’d regularly draw large crowds wherever they played.

Highest Rank116 (1 doubles)
CountryUnited States
BirthdayApril 29, 1978
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 16 doubles
Career Titles0 singles / 119 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / Gold & Bronze x2 doubles
Instagram@bryanbros / 106k followers

Mike Bryan

Famous Male Tennis Players - Mike Bryan

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As the second half of the Bryan brothers, Mike achieved slightly more success during his doubles career than his brother Bob because he was out for a few months during his hip surgery in 2018.

Notably, he has two additional Grand Slam titles that came that year when he partnered up with Jack Sock. In total, Mike has 123 doubles titles to his name.

Highest Rank246 (1 doubles)
CountryUnited States
BirthdayApril 29, 1978
Grand Slam Titles0 singles / 18 doubles
Career Titles0 singles / 124 doubles
Olympic MedalsGold & Bronze x2 doubles
Instagram@mikecbryan / 65k followers

Marat Safin

Famous Male Tennis Players - Marat Safin

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Known as an aggressive baseliner, Marat Safin won two Grand Slam titles, one at the Australian Open and the other at the US Open. In 2000 he ranked No. 1 in the world, and in 2016, he became the first Russian tennis player inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame.

During his career, injuries plagued Marat making it challenging to compete in 2002, 2005, and 2006. He and his sister Dinara Safina are the only brother-sister combination to reach a No. 1 ranking.

Highest Rank1
CountryRussia
BirthdayJanuary 27, 1980
Grand Slam Titles2 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles15 singles / 2 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@iamsafinmarat / 100k followers

Goran Ivanisevic

Famous Male Tennis Players - Goran Ivanisevic

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Ivanisevic was a successful tennis player who fans will undoubtedly remember for his 2001 run at Wimbledon. He became the only man to win the tournament as a wildcard, having been to the finals on three separate occasions in 1992, 1994, and 1998.

At 6′ 4,” Goran had a big lefty serve and volley game well-suited for grass-court play. He’s also had a successful coaching career with Marin Cilic, Tomas Berdych, Milos Raonic, and Novak Djokovic.

Highest Rank2
CountryYugoslavia, Croatia
BirthdaySeptember 12, 1971
Grand Slam Titles1 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles22 singles / 9 doubles
Olympic MedalsBronze singles / Bronze doubles
Instagram@goranivanisevicofficial / 60k followers

Carlos Moya

Famous Male Tennis Players - Carlos Moya

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Wining one Grand Slam during his career at the French Open, Carlos Moya enjoyed a successful career and achieved a No. 1 ranking in 1999.

In 1995, he retired from tennis, but he’s remained close to the sport coaching Rafael Nadal since 2016, during which time he won seven of his Grand Slam titles.

Highest Rank1
CountrySpain
BirthdayAugust 27, 1976
Grand Slam Titles1 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles20 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@charlymoya76 / 3k followers

Juan Carlos Ferrero

Famous Male Tennis Players - Juan Carlos Ferrero

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A former world No. 1 and Grand Slam Champion, Juan Carlos Ferrero was a talented player from Spain who won 16 titles throughout his career. These days, he’s the coach of Spanish phenom Carlos Alcaraz.

Highest Rank1
CountrySpain
BirthdayFebruary 12, 1980
Grand Slam Titles1 singles / 0 doubles
Career Titles16 singles / 0 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
Instagram@juankiferri / 33k followers

John Newcombe

Famous Male Tennis Players - John Newcombe

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Australian tennis player John Newcome achieved a world No. 1 ranking in doubles and singles and plenty of Grand Slam titles in both disciplines. He played as an amateur from 1960 until 1997 when he went pro.

He also competed regularly in the Davis Cup, where he helped the team to five victories from 1964 to 1973.

Highest Rank1
CountryAustralia
BirthdayMay 23, 1944
Grand Slam Titles7 singles / 17 doubles
Career Titles68 singles / 33 doubles
Olympic Medals0 singles / 0 doubles
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List of Male No. 1s in Singles

Few players reach the pinnacle of tennis by achieving a number one ranking. Since 1973, only 27 players have achieved the feat, which is a surprisingly low number considering the depth of field.

By accomplishing the feat, it’s natural for these individuals to become famous and known by fans and the general public worldwide, especially as the media emphasizes those ascending to the top spot.

Furthermore, as players achieve a world No. 1 ranking, they tend to attract more endorsements from large companies and organizations that promote the player and further increase their exposure.

With that in mind, here’s a list of the male tennis players who have achieved a number one ranking in tennis.

PlayerCountryTotal Weeks at No. 1
Novak DjokovicGermany364
Roger FedererSwitzerland310
Pete SamprasUnited Sates286
Ivan LendlCzech Republic270
Jimmy ConnorsUnited Sates268
Rafael NadalSpain209
John McEnroeUnited Sates170
Bjorn BorgSweden109
Andre AgassiUnited Sates101
Lleyton HewittAustralia80
Stefan EdbergSweden72
Jim CourierUnited Sates58
Gustavo KuertenBrazil43
Andy MurrayGreat Britain41
Ilie NastaseRomania40
Mats WilanderSweden20
Andy RoddickUnited Sates13
Boris BeckerGermany12
Marat SafinRussia9
John NewcombeAustralia8
Juan Carlos FerreroSpain8
Thomas MusterAustria6
Marcelo RiosChile6
Yevgeny KafelnikovRussia6
Daniil MedvedevRussia3
Carlos MoyaSpain2
Patrick RafterAustralia1

List of Male No. 1s in Doubles

Although achieving a number one ranking in doubles doesn’t carry the same weight as in singles, players still gain wide recognition in their country and, more broadly, as tennis is an international sport.

Recognizing the significance of a number one doubles ranking in tennis, here’s a list of players to have achieved this milestone.

PlayerCountryTotal Weeks at No. 1
Mike BryanUnited States506
Bob BryanUnited States439
John McEnroeUnited States269
Todd WoodbridgeAustralia204
Daniel NestorCanada108
Anders JarrydSweden107
Frew McMillanSouth Africa85
Marc WoodfordeAustralia83
Jonas BjorkmanSweden74
Paul HaarhuisNetherlands71
Robert FarahColombia68
Raul RamirezMexico67
Mark KnowlesBahamas65
Jacco EltinghUnited States63
Robert SegusoNetherlands62
Max MirnyiBelarus57
Mate PavicCroatia57
Marcelo MeloBrazil56
Nenad ZimonjicSerbia50
John FitzgeraldAustralia40
Leander PaesIndia39
Nicolas MahutFrance39
Tomas SmidCzechoslovakia34
Juan Sebastian CabalColombia29
Daine VisserSouth Africa27
Jim PughUnited States26
Henri KontinenFinland26
David PateUnited States25
Donald JohnsonUnited States20
Pieter AldrichSouth Africa19
Yannik NoahFrance19
Lukasz KubotPoland19
Jared PalmerUnited States17
Grant ConnellCanada17
Stefan EdbergSweden15
Richey RenebergUnited States13
Jim GrabbUnited States13
Andres GomezEcuador13
Peter FlemingUnited States11
Tom OkkerNetherlands11
Rich LeachUnited States9
Jamie MurrayGreat Britain9
Byron BlackZimbabwe8
Stan SmithUnited States8
Slobodan Zivojinovic SFR Yugoslavia7
Jonathan StarkUnited States6
Emilio SanchezSpain6
Bob HewittSouth Africa6
Alex O’brienUnited States5
Ken FlachUnited States5
Mahesh BhupathiIndia4
Patrick GalbraithUnited States4
Paul McNameeAustralia3
Nikola MekticSerbia3
Kelly JonesUnited States1
Joe SalisburyGreat Britain1

Although doubles tennis doesn’t get as much attention as singles, these women are still some of the most famous ever to play the sport.

Male Grand Slam Champions

The four Grand Slam tournaments, including the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open, are some of the longest-running and prestigious on the ATP Tour with the highest prize money.

As a result, each is televised widely and gains international media attention as players battle to become the next champion. Naturally, when a player wins a Grand Slam event, their exposure increases significantly, and new sponsorships tend to follow.

All together, Grand Slam champions are some of the most widely recognized tennis players in history.

YearTournamentWinnerRunner-Up
2022Australian OpenRafael NadalDaniil Medvedev
2021US OpenDaniil MedvedevNovak Djokovic
2021WimbledonNovak DjokovicMatteo Berrettini
2021French OpenNovak DjokovicStefanos Tsitsipas
2021Australian OpenNovak DjokovicDaniil Medvedev
2020French OpenRafael NadalNovak Djokovic
2020US OpenDominic ThiemAlexander Zverev
2020Australian OpenNovak DjokovicDominic Thiem
2019US OpenRafael NadalDaniil Medvedev
2019WimbledonNovak DjokovicRoger Federer
2019French OpenRafael NadalDominic Thiem
2019Australian OpenNovak DjokovicRafael Nadal
2018US OpenNovak DjokovicJuan Martin del Potro
2018WimbledonNovak DjokovicKevin Anderson
2018French OpenRafael NadalDominic Thiem
2018Australian OpenRoger FedererMarin Cilic
2017US OpenRafael NadalKevin Anderson
2017WimbledonRoger FedererMarin Cilic
2017French OpenRafael NadalStan Wawrinka
2017Australian OpenRoger FedererRafael Nadal
2016US OpenStan WawrinkaNovak Djokovic
2016WimbledonAndy MurrayMilos Raonic
2016French OpenNovak DjokovicAndy Murray
2016Australian OpenNovak DjokovicAndy Murray
2015US OpenNovak DjokovicRoger Federer
2015WimbledonNovak DjokovicRoger Federer
2015French OpenStan WawrinkaNovak Djokovic
2015Australian OpenNovak DjokovicAndy Murray
2014US OpenMarin CilicKei Nishikori
2014WimbledonNovak DjokovicRoger Federer
2014French OpenRafael NadalNovak Djokovic
2014Australian OpenStan WawrinkaRafael Nadal
2013US OpenRafael NadalNovak Djokovic
2013WimbledonAndy MurrayNovak Djokovic
2013French OpenRafael NadalDavid Ferrer
2013Australian OpenNovak DjokovicAndy Murray
2012US OpenAndy MurrayNovak Djokovic
2012WimbledonRoger FedererAndy Murray
2012French OpenRafael NadalNovak Djokovic
2012Australian OpenNovak DjokovicRafael Nadal
2011US OpenNovak DjokovicRafael Nadal
2011WimbledonNovak DjokovicRafael Nadal
2011French OpenRafael NadalRoger Federer
2011Australian OpenNovak DjokovicAndy Murray
2010US OpenRafael NadalNovak Djokovic
2010WimbledonRafael NadalTomas Berdych
2010French OpenRafael NadalRobin Soderling
2010Australian OpenRoger FedererAndy Murray
2009US OpenJuan Martin del PotroRoger Federer
2009WimbledonRoger FedererAndy Roddick
2009French OpenRoger FedererRobin Soderling
2009Australian OpenRafael NadalRoger Federer
2008US OpenRoger FedererAndy Murray
2008WimbledonRafael NadalRoger Federer
2008French OpenRafael NadalRoger Federer
2008Australian OpenNovak DjokovicJo-Wilfried Tsonga
2007US OpenRoger FedererNovak Djokovic
2007WimbledonRoger FedererRafael Nadal
2007French OpenRafael NadalRoger Federer
2007Australian OpenRoger FedererFernando Gonzalez
2006US OpenRoger FedererAndy Roddick
2006WimbledonRoger FedererRafael Nadal
2006French OpenRafael NadalRoger Federer
2006Australian OpenRoger FedererMarcos Baghdatis
2005US OpenRoger FedererAndre Agassi
2005WimbledonRoger FedererAndy Roddick
2005French OpenRafael NadalMariano Puerta
2005Australian OpenMarat SafinLleyton Hewitt
2004US OpenRoger FedererLleyton Hewitt
2004WimbledonRoger FedererAndy Roddick
2004French OpenGaston GaudioGuillermo Coria
2004Australian OpenRoger FedererMarat Safin
2003US OpenAndy RoddickJuan Carlos Ferrero
2003WimbledonRoger FedererMark Philippoussis
2003French OpenJuan Carlos FerreroMartin Verkerk
2003Australian OpenAndre AgassiRainer Schuettler
2002US OpenPete SamprasAndre Agassi
2002WimbledonLleyton HewittDavid Nalbandian
2002French OpenAlbert CostaJuan Carlos Ferrero
2002Australian OpenThomas JohannsonMarat Safin
2001US OpenLleyton HewittPete Sampras
2001WimbledonGoran IvanisevicPatrick Rafter
2001French OpenGustavo KuertenAlex Corretja
2001Australian OpenAndre AgassiArnaud Clement
2000US OpenMarat SafinPete Sampras
2000WimbledonPete SamprasPatrick Rafter
2000French OpenGustavo KuertenMagnus Norman
2000Australian OpenAndre AgassiYevgeny Kafelnikov
1999US OpenAndre AgassiTodd Martin
1999WimbledonPete SamprasAndre Agassi
1999French OpenAndre AgassiAndre Medvedev
1999Australian OpenYevgeny KafelnikovThomas Enqvist
1998US OpenPatrick RafterMark Philippoussis
1998WimbledonPete SamprasGoran Ivanisevic
1998French OpenCarlos MoyaAlex Corretja
1998Australian OpenPetr KordaMarcelo Rios
1997US OpenPatrick RafterGreg Rusedski
1997WimbledonPete SamprasCedric Pioline
1997French OpenGustavo KuertenSergi Bruguera
1997Australian OpenPete SamprasCarlos Moya
1996US OpenPete SamprasMichael Chang
1996WimbledonRichard KrajicekMaliVai Washington
1996French OpenYevgeny KafelnikovMichael Stich
1996Australian OpenBoris BeckerMichael Chang
1995US OpenPete SamprasAndre Agassi
1995WimbledonPete SamprasBoris Becker
1995French OpenThomas MusterMichael Chang
1995Australian OpenAndre AgassiPete Sampras
1994US OpenAndre AgassiMichael Stich
1994WimbledonPete SamprasGoran Ivanisevic
1994French OpenSergi BrugueraAlberto Berasategui
1994Australian OpenPete SamprasTodd Martin
1993US OpenPete SamprasCedric Pioline
1993WimbledonPete SamprasJim Courier
1993French OpenSergi BrugueraJim Courier
1993Australian OpenJim CourierStefan Edberg
1992US OpenStefan EdbergPete Sampras
1992WimbledonAndre AgassiGoran Ivanisevic
1992French OpenJim CourierPetr Korda
1992Australian OpenJim CourierStefan Edberg
1991US OpenStefan EdbergJim Courier
1991WimbledonMichael StichBoris Becker
1991French OpenJim CourierAndre Agassi
1991Australian OpenBoris BeckerIvan Lendl
1990US OpenPete SamprasAndre Agassi
1990WimbledonStefan EdbergBoris Becker
1990French OpenAndres GomezAndre Agassi
1990Australian OpenIvan LendlStefan Edberg
1989US OpenBoris BeckerIvan Lendl
1989WimbledonBoris BeckerStefan Edberg
1989French OpenMichael ChangStefan Edberg
1989Australian OpenIvan LendlMiloslav Mecir
1988US OpenMats WilanderIvan Lendl
1988WimbledonStefan EdbergBoris Becker
1988French OpenMats WilanderHenri Leconte
1988Australian OpenMats WilanderPat Cash
1987US OpenIvan LendlMats Wilander
1987WimbledonPat CashIvan Lendl
1987French OpenIvan LendlMats Wilander
1987Australian OpenStefan EdbergPat Cash
1986US OpenIvan LendlMiloslav Mecir
1986WimbledonBoris BeckerIvan Lendl
1986French OpenIvan LendlMikael Pernfors
1985Australian OpenStefan EdbergMats Wilander
1985US OpenIvan LendlJohn McEnroe
1985WimbledonBoris BeckerKevin Curren
1985French OpenMats WilanderIvan Lendl
1984Australian OpenMats WilanderKevin Curren
1984US OpenJohn McEnroeIvan Lendl
1984WimbledonJohn McEnroeJimmy Connors
1984French OpenIvan LendlJohn McEnroe
1983Australian OpenMats WilanderIvan Lendl
1983US OpenJimmy ConnorsIvan Lendl
1983WimbledonJohn McEnroeChris Lewis
1983French OpenYannick NoahMats Wilander
1982Australian OpenJohan KriekSteve Denton
1982US OpenJimmy ConnorsIvan Lendl
1982WimbledonJimmy ConnorsJohn McEnroe
1982French OpenMats WilanderGuillermo Vilas
1981Australian OpenJohan KriekSteve Denton
1981US OpenJohn McEnroeBjorn Borg
1981WimbledonJohn McEnroeBjorn Borg
1981French OpenBjorn BorgIvan Lendl
1980Australian OpenBrian TeacherKim Warwick
1980US OpenJohn McEnroeBjorn Borg
1980WimbledonBjorn BorgJohn McEnroe
1980French OpenBjorn BorgVitas Gerulaitis
1979Australian OpenGuillermo VilasJohn Sadri
1979US OpenJohn McEnroeVitas Gerulaitis
1979WimbledonBjorn BorgRoscoe Tanner
1979French OpenBjorn BorgVictor Pecci
1978Australian OpenGuillermo VilasJohn Marks
1978US OpenJimmy ConnorsBjorn Borg
1978WimbledonBjorn BorgJimmy Connors
1978French OpenBjorn BorgGuillermo Vilas
1977Australian OpenVitas GerulaitisJohn Lloyd
1977US OpenGuillermo VilasJimmy Connors
1977WimbledonBjorn BorgJimmy Connors
1977French OpenGuillermo VilasBrian Gottfried
1977Australian OpenRoscoe TannerGuillermo Vilas
1976US OpenJimmy ConnorsBjorn Borg
1976WimbledonBjorn BorgIlie Nastase
1976French OpenAdriano PanattaHarold Soloman
1976Australian OpenMark EdmondsonJohn Newcombe
1975US OpenManuel OrantesJimmy Connors
1975WimbledonArthur AsheJimmy Connors
1975French OpenBjorn BorgGuillermo Vilas
1975Australian OpenJohn NewcombeJimmy Connors
1974US OpenJimmy ConnorsKen Rosewall
1974WimbledonJimmy ConnorsKen Rosewall
1974French OpenBjorn BorgManuel Orantes
1974Australian OpenJimmy ConnorsPhil Dent
1973US OpenJohn NewcombeJan Kodes
1973WimbledonJan KodesAlex Metreveli
1973French OpenIlie NastaseNikola Pilic
1973Australian OpenJohn NewcombeOnny Parun
1972US OpenIlie NastaseArthur Ashe
1972WimbledonStan SmithIlie Nastase
1972French OpenAndres GimenoPatrick Proisy
1972Australian OpenKen RosewallMal Anderson
1971US OpenStan SmithJan Kodes
1971WimbledonJohn NewcombeStan Smith
1971French OpenJan KodesIlie Nastase
1971Australian OpenKen RosewallArthur Ashe
1970US OpenKen RosewallTony Roche
1970WimbledonJohn NewcombeKen Rosewall
1970French OpenJan KodesZeljiko Franulovic
1970Australian OpenArthur AsheDick Crealy
1969US OpenRod LaverTony Roche
1969WimbledonRod LaverJohn Newcombe
1969French OpenRod LaverKen Rosewall
1969Australian OpenRod LaverAndres Gimeno
1968US OpenArthur AsheTom Okker
1968WimbledonRod LaverTony Roche
1968French OpenKen RosewallRod Laver
1968Australian OpenBill BowreyJuan Gisbert
1967US OpenJohn NewcombeClark Graebner
1967WimbledonJohn NewcombeWilhelm Bungert
1967French OpenRoy EmersonTony Roche
1967Australian OpenRoy EmersonArthur Ashe
1966US OpenFred StolleJohn Newcombe
1966WimbledonManuel SantanaDennis Ralston
1966French OpenTony RocheIstvan Gulyas
1966Australian OpenRoy EmersonArthur Ashe
1965US OpenManuel SantanaCliff Drysdale
1965WimbledonRoy EmersonFred Stolle
1965French OpenFred StolleTony Roche
1965Australian OpenRoy EmersonFred Stolle
1964US OpenRoy EmersonFred Stolle
1964WimbledonRoy EmersonFred Stolle
1964French OpenManuel SantanaNicola Pietrangeli
1964Australian OpenRoy EmersonFred Stolle
1963US OpenRafael OsunaFrank Froehling, III
1963WimbledonC.R. McKinleyFred Stolle
1963French OpenRoy EmersonPierre Darmon
1963Australian OpenRoy EmersonKen Fletcher
1962US OpenRod LaverRoy Emerson
1962WimbledonRod LaverMartin Mulligan
1962French OpenRod LaverRoy Emerson
1962Australian OpenRod LaverRoy Emerson
1961US OpenRoy EmersonRod Laver
1961WimbledonRod LaverChuck McKinley
1961French OpenManuel SantanaNicola Pietrangeli
1961Australian OpenRoy EmersonRod Laver
1960US OpenNeale FraserRod Laver
1960WimbledonNeale FraserRod Laver
1960French OpenNicola PietrangeliLuis Ayala
1960Australian OpenRod LaverNeale Fraser
1959US OpenNeale FraserAlejandro Olmedo
1959WimbledonAlejandro OlmedoRod Laver
1959French OpenNicola PietrangeliIan Vermaak
1959Australian OpenAlex OlmedoNeale Fraser
1958US OpenAshley J. CooperMalcolm J. Anderson
1958WimbledonAshley J. CooperNeale Fraser
1958French OpenMervyn RoseLuis Ayala
1958Australian OpenAshley J. CooperMal Anderson
1957US OpenMalcolm J. AndersonAshley J. Cooper
1957WimbledonLewis HoadAshley Cooper
1957French OpenSven DavidsonHerbert Flam
1957Australian OpenAshley J. CooperNeale Fraser
1956US OpenKen RosewallLewis Hoad
1956WimbledonLewis HoadKen Rosewall
1956French OpenLewis HoadSven Davidson
1956Australian OpenLewis HoadKen Rosewall
1955US OpenTony TrabertKen Rosewall
1955WimbledonTony TrabertKurt Nielsen
1955French OpenTony TrabertSven Davidson
1955Australian OpenKen RosewallLew Hoad
1954US OpenE. Victor Seixas Jr.Rex Hartwig
1954WimbledonJaroslav DrobnyKen Rosewall
1954French OpenTony TrabertSven Davidson
1954Australian OpenMervyn RoseRex Hartwig
1953US OpenTony TrabertE. Victor Seixas, Jr.
1953WimbledonE. Victor Seixas Jr.Kurt Nielsen
1953French OpenKen RosewallE. Victor Seixas, Jr.
1953Australian OpenKen RosewallMervyn Rose
1952US OpenFrank SedgmanGardnar Mulloy
1952WimbledonFrank SedgmanJaroslav Drobny
1952French OpenJaroslav DrobnyFrank Sedgman
1952Australian OpenKen McGregorFrank Sedgman
1951US OpenFrank SedgmanE. Victor Seixas, Jr.
1951WimbledonR. SavittKen McGregor
1951French OpenJaroslav DrobnyEric Sturgess
1951Australian OpenDick SavittKen McGregor
1950US OpenArthur LarsenHerbert Flam
1950WimbledonJ.E. PattyFrank Sedgman
1950French OpenBudge PattyJaroslav Drobny
1950Australian OpenFrank SedgmanKen McGregor
1949US OpenRichard A. GonzalesFrederick Schroeder
1949WimbledonF.R. SchroederJaroslav Drobny
1949French OpenFrank ParkerBudge Patty
1949Australian OpenFrank SedgmanJohn Bromwich
1948US OpenRichard A. GonzalesEric W. Sturgess
1948WimbledonR. FalkenburgJohn Bromwich
1948French OpenFrank ParkerJaroslav Drobny
1948Australian OpenAdrian QuistJohn Bromwich
1947US OpenJack KramerFrank Parker
1947WimbledonJack KramerTom P. Brown
1947French OpenJozsef AsbothEric Sturgess
1947Australian OpenDinny PailsJohn Bromwich
1946US OpenJack KramerTom Brown, Jr.
1946WimbledonYvon PetraGeoff E. Brown
1946French OpenMarcel BernardJaroslav Drobny
1946Australian OpenJohn BromwichDinny Pails
1945US OpenFrank ParkerWilliam F. Talbert
1944US OpenFrank ParkerWilliam F. Talbert
1943US OpenLt. Joseph R. HuntSeaman Jack Kramer
1942US OpenFrederick R. Schroeder, Jr.Frank Parker
1941US OpenRobert RiggsFrancis Kovacs, 2d
1940US OpenDonald McNeillRobert Riggs
1940Australian OpenAdrian QuistJack Crawford
1939US OpenRobert RiggsS. Welby van Horn
1939WimbledonRobert RiggsElwood Cooke
1939French OpenWilliam McNeillRobert Riggs
1939Australian OpenJohn BromwichAdrian Quist
1938US OpenDonald BudgeC. Gene Mako
1938WimbledonDonald BudgeHenry Austin
1938French OpenDonald BudgeRoderik Menzel
1938Australian OpenDonald BudgeJohn Bromwich
1937US OpenDonald BudgeGottfried Von Cramm
1937WimbledonDonald BudgeGottfried Von Cramm
1937French OpenHenner HenkelHenry Austin
1937Australian OpenVivian McGrathJohn Bromwich
1936US OpenFred PerryJ. Donald Budge
1936WimbledonFred PerryGottfried Von Cramm
1936French OpenGottfried Von CrammFred Perry
1936Australian OpenAdrian QuistJack Crawford
1935US OpenWilmer L. AllisonSidney B. Wood
1935WimbledonFred PerryGottfried Von Cramm
1935French OpenFred PerryGottfried von Cramm
1935Australian OpenJack CrawfordFred Perry
1934US OpenFred PerryWilmer L. Allison
1934WimbledonFred PerryJack Crawford
1934French OpenGottfried Von CrammJack Crawford
1934Australian OpenFred PerryJack Crawford
1933US OpenFred PerryJohn H. Crawford
1933WimbledonJack CrawfordEllsworth Vines
1933French OpenJohn CrawfordHenri Cochet
1933Australian OpenJack CrawfordKeith Gledhill
1932US OpenH. Ellsworth VinesHenri Cochet
1932WimbledonH. Ellsworth VinesHenry Austin
1932French OpenHenri CochetGiorgo de Stefani
1932Australian OpenJack CrawfordHarry Hopman
1931US OpenH. Ellsworth VinesGeorge M. Lott, Jr.
1931WimbledonS.B. WoodFrancis X. Shields
1931French OpenJean BorotraChristian Boussus
1931Australian OpenJack CrawfordHarry Hopman
1930US OpenJohn H. DoegFrancis X. Shields
1930WimbledonWilliam T. TildenWilmer Allison
1930French OpenHenri CochetWilliam Tilden
1930Australian OpenGar MoonHarry Hopman
1929US OpenWilliam T. TildenFrancis T. Hunter
1929WimbledonHenri CochetJean Borotra
1929French OpenRene LacosteJean Borotra
1929Australian OpenJohn GregoryRichard Schlesinger
1928US OpenHenri CochetFrancis T. Hunter
1928WimbledonRene LacosteHenri Cochet
1928French OpenHenri CochetRené Lacoste
1928Australian OpenJean BorotraR.Cummings
1927US OpenRene LacosteWilliam T. Tilden
1927WimbledonHenri CochetJean Borotra
1927French OpenRene LacosteWilliam Tilden
1927Australian OpenGerald PattersonJohn Hawkes
1926US OpenRene LacosteJean Borotra
1926WimbledonJean BorotraHoward Kinsey
1926French OpenHenri CochetRené Lacoste
1926Australian OpenJohn HawkesJim Willard
1925US OpenWilliam T. TildenWilliam M. Johnston
1925WimbledonRene LacosteJean Borotra
1925French OpenRene LacosteJean Borotra
1925Australian OpenJames AndersonGerald Patterson
1924US OpenWilliam T. TildenWilliam M. Johnston
1924WimbledonJean BorotraRene Lacoste
1924French OpenJean BorotraRené Lacoste
1924Australian OpenJames AndersonRichard Schlesinger
1923US OpenWilliam T. TildenWilliam M. Johnston
1923WimbledonWilliam M. JohnstonFrancis T. Hunter
1923French OpenFrancois BlanchyMax Decugis
1923Australian OpenPat O’Hara WoodC.St.John
1922US OpenWilliam T. TildenWilliam M. Johnston
1922WimbledonGerald PattersonRandolph Lycett
1922French OpenHenri CochetJean Samazeuilh
1922Australian OpenPat O’Hara WoodGerald Patterson
1921US OpenWilliam T. TildenWilliam M. Johnston
1921WimbledonWilliam T. TildenBrian Norton
1921French OpenJean SamazeuilhAndré Gobert
1921Australian OpenRhys GemmellA. Hedeman
1920US OpenWilliam T. TildenWilliam M. Johnston
1920WimbledonWilliam T. TildenGerald Patterson
1920French OpenAndre GobertMax Decugis
1920Australian OpenPat O’Hara WoodRon Thomas
1919US OpenWilliam M. JohnstonWilliam T. Tilden
1919WimbledonGerald PattersonNorman Brookes
1919Australian OpenA.R.F. KingscoteE. Pockley
1918US OpenR. Lindley MurrayWilliam T. Tilden
1917US OpenR. Lindley MurrayNathaniel W. Niles
1916US OpenRichard N. WilliamsWilliam M. Johnston
1915US OpenWilliam M. JohnstonMaurice E. McLoughlin
1915Australian OpenFrancis LoweHorace Rice
1914US OpenRichard N. WilliamsMaurice E. McLoughlin
1914WimbledonNorman BrookesAnthony Wilding
1914French OpenMax DecugisJean Samazeuilh
1914Australian OpenPat O’Hara WoodGerald Patterson
1913US OpenMaurice E. McLoughlinRichard N. Williams
1913WimbledonAnthony WildingMaurice McLoughlin
1913French OpenMax DecugisGeorges Gault
1913Australian OpenE.F. ParkerHarry Parker
1912US OpenMaurice E. McLoughlinWallace F. Johnson
1912WimbledonAnthony WildingArthur Gore
1912French OpenMax DecugisAndré Gobert
1912Australian OpenCecil ParkeA. Beamish
1911US OpenWilliam A. LarnedMaurice E. McLoughlin
1911WimbledonAnthony WildingH. Roper Barrett
1911French OpenAndre GobertMaurice Germot
1911Australian OpenNorman BrookesHorace Rice
1910US OpenWilliam A. LarnedThomas C. Bundy
1910WimbledonAnthony WildingArthur Gore
1910French OpenMaurice GermotFrançois Blanchy
1910Australian OpenRodney HeathHorace Rice
1909US OpenWilliam A. LarnedWilliam J. Clothier
1909WimbledonArthur GoreM.J.G. Ritchie
1909French OpenMax DecugisMaurice Germot
1909Australian OpenTony WildingErnie Parker
1908US OpenWilliam A. LarnedBeals C. Wright
1908WimbledonArthur GoreRoper Barrett
1908French OpenMax DecugisMaurice Germot
1908Australian OpenFred AlexanderAlfred Dunlop
1907US OpenWilliam A. LarnedRobert LeRoy
1907WimbledonNorman BrookesArthur Gore
1907French OpenMax DecugisRobert Wallet
1907Australian OpenHorace RiceHarry Parker
1906US OpenWilliam A. LarnedBeals C. Wright
1906WimbledonLaurie DohertyFrank Riseley
1906French OpenMaurice GermotMax Decugis
1906Australian OpenTony WildingHarry Parker
1905US OpenBeals C. WrightHolcombe Ward
1905WimbledonLaurie DohertyNorman Brookes
1905French OpenMaurice GermotAndré Vacherot
1905Australian OpenRodney HeathA. Curtis
1904US OpenHolcombe WardWilliam J. Clothier
1904WimbledonLaurie DohertyFrank Riseley
1904French OpenMax DecugisAndré Vacherot
1903US OpenHugh L. DohertyWilliam A. Larned
1903WimbledonLaurie DohertyFrank Riseley
1903French OpenMax DecugisAndré Vacherot
1902US OpenWilliam A. LarnedReginald F. Doherty
1902WimbledonLaurie DohertyArthur Gore
1902French OpenM. VacherotMax Decugis
1901US OpenWilliam A. LarnedBeals C. Wright
1901WimbledonArthur GoreReggie Doherty
1901French OpenAndre VacherotP. Lebreton
1900US OpenMalcolm D. WhitmanWilliam A. Larned
1900WimbledonReggie DohertySidney Smith
1900French OpenPaul AymeA. Prévost
1899US OpenMalcolm D. WhitmanJ. Parmly Paret
1899WimbledonReggie DohertyArthur Gore
1899French OpenPaul AymeP. Lebreton
1898US OpenMalcolm D. WhitmanDwight F. Davis
1898WimbledonReggie DohertyLaurie Doherty
1898French OpenPaul AymeP. Lebreton
1897US OpenRobert D. WrennWilberforce Eaves
1897WimbledonReggie DohertyHarold Mahoney
1897French OpenPaul AymeF. Wardan
1896US OpenRobert D. WrennFred H. Hovey
1896WimbledonHarold MahoneyWilfred Baddeley
1896French OpenAndre VacherotG. Brosselin
1895US OpenFred H. HoveyRobert D. Wrenn
1895WimbledonWilfred BaddeleyWilberforce Eaves
1895French OpenAndre VacherotL. Riboulet
1894US OpenRobert D. WrennManliff Goodbody
1894WimbledonJoshua PimWilfred Baddeley
1894French OpenAndre VacherotG. Brosselin
1893US OpenRobert D. WrennFred H. Hovey
1893WimbledonJoshua PimWilfred Baddeley
1893French OpenL. RibouletJ. Schopfer
1892US OpenOliver S. CampbellFred H. Hovey
1892WimbledonWilfred BaddeleyJoshua Pim
1892French OpenJ. SchopferFassitt
1891US OpenOliver S. CampbellClarence Hobart
1891WimbledonWilfred BaddeleyJoshua Pim
1891French OpenH. BriggsP. Baigneres
1890US OpenOliver S. CampbellHenry W. Slocum, Jr.
1890WimbledonWilliam HamiltonWilliam Renshaw
1889US OpenHenry W. Slocum Jr.Quincy Shaw
1889WimbledonWilliam RenshawErnest Renshaw
1888US OpenHenry W. Slocum Jr.Howard A. Taylor
1888WimbledonErnest RenshawHerbert Lawford
1887US OpenRichard D. SearsHenry W. Slocum, Jr.
1887WimbledonHerbert LawfordErnest Renshaw
1886US OpenRichard D. SearsR. Livingston Beeckman
1886WimbledonWilliam RenshawHerbert Lawford
1885US OpenRichard D. SearsGodfrey M. Brinley
1885WimbledonWilliam RenshawHerbert Lawford
1884US OpenRichard D. SearsHoward A. Taylor
1884WimbledonWilliam RenshawHerbert Lawford
1883US OpenRichard D. SearsJames Dwight
1883WimbledonWilliam RenshawErnest Renshaw
1882US OpenRichard D. SearsClarence M. Clark
1882WimbledonWilliam RenshawErnest Renshaw
1881US OpenRichard D. SearsWilliam E. Glyn
1881WimbledonWilliam RenshawJohn Hartley
1880WimbledonJohn HartleyHerbert Lawford
1879WimbledonJohn HartleyV. St. Leger Gould
1878WimbledonFrank HadowSpencer Gore
1877WimbledonSpencer GoreWilliam Marshall

Wrapping Up

Thousands of men have competed on the ATP Tour. However, only a select few have ever achieved consistent enough success where they ended up becoming famous and gaining strong name recognition among dedicated fans and casual enthusiasts worldwide.

If you’re unfamiliar with any of the names on this list, I’d encourage you to explore them further. Not only are they some of the most prominent players, but each has a unique story that’s fun to research.

If you have any players you think I missed or are deserving to be on this list, I’d love to hear from you in the comments below.

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