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All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

Career Grand Slam Match wins

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1. Connors 	233 GS wins
2. Agassi   	224 GS wins
3. Lendl    	222 GS wins
4. Sampras  	203 GS wins
5. Federer  	195 GS wins
6. Edberg   	178 GS wins
7. McEnroe  	167 GS wins
8. Becker   	163 GS wins
9. Wilander 	144 GS wins
10. Borg    	141 GS wins
11. Vilas 	137 GS wins
12. Hewitt 	129 GS wins
13. Chang       	120 GS wins
14. Courier 	118 GS wins
15. Roddick 	110 GS wins
16. Ivanisevic	110 GS wins
17. Ashe  	106 GS wins
18. Ferreira 	104 GS wins
19. Martin 	102 GS wins
20. Smith 	102 GS wins
Now fifth. Next up is Sampras!

Updated as of USO 09.

That should be everyone.

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Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

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Career Grand Slam Match wins

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1. Connors  236 GS wins
2. Agassi   224 GS wins
3. Lendl    222 GS wins
4. Sampras  203 GS wins
5. Edberg   178 GS wins
6. McEnroe  167 GS wins
7. Becker   163 GS wins
8. Federer  162 GS wins
9. Wilander 144 GS wins
10. Borg    141 GS wins
This is prior to the AO, so Federer will move up. Last to crack this list was Agassi.
What comes out when you divied this over the number of grand sla tournmanets that they played?

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Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

Most efficient is Borg.

I don't even need to do the calculating to tell you that.
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Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

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Borg     5.222 wins/Grand Slam
Federer  4.476 wins/Grand Slam
Connors  4.103 wins/Grand Slam
Sampras  3.904 wins/Grand Slam
Lendl    3.895 wins/Grand Slam
McEnroe  3.711 wins/Grand Slam
Agassi   3.672 wins/Grand Slam
Becker   3.543 wins/Grand Slam
Edberg   3.296 wins/Grand Slam
Wilander 3.273 wins/Grand Slam
Borg is the only one in Tennis who AVERAGED a QF in every slam he entered, with more then 100 total Grand Slam Match wins.

Federer now, as of USO 2009 is up to 4.476 over 42 slams.

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Bump!
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Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

Can you go way down to Nadal (99 and hopefully 100 in some 11 hours time)?

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He's still behind Hewitt (126) and behind Roddick (106).

Those are the only other actives who are close. Safin only had 95. Hewitt needs another 12 more to pass Borg.

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Thanks for this bro.. I own you a beer

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Table corrected. Nadal, Kafelnikov and Nastase are all off the list while tennis Legendas Ferreira, Martin and Smith added. Roddick now just 10 behind Chang for the 'One shot wonder' award.

To put it this way, 120 is the equivalent of 24 semifinals.

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Highest man without a slam, none other than Henman who had 98.
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This is updated for the AO.

Federer - Emperor of the Slams, King of Hard, Lord of the Australian Open, Lord of Wimbledon.

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Where do you guys think Federer will end up on this list? My bet is he'll surpass Connors either at Wimbledon or the US Open next year.
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Re: All-time Open Era Grand Slam wins

If Federer wins every GS match he will surpass:
Sampras (203)in Wimbledon this year
Lendl (222) in Australian Open 2011
Agassi (224) in French Open 2011 and
Connors (233) in US Open 2011

Records still coming
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If Federer wins every GS match he will surpass:
Sampras (203)in Wimbledon this year
Lendl (222) in Australian Open 2011
Agassi (224) in French Open 2011 and
Connors (233) in US Open 2011

Records still coming
He doesn't even need to do that. He could 'just' get to the final of the remaining majors this year, and then to the quarters of all four next year. That'd equal Connors' 233 at the US Open in 2011.

Amazing that this longevity record is now almost a shoe-in!
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