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Grand Slam Winners by World Ranking

All Grand Slam winners since June 1984 counted (when weekly ATP rankings became readily accessible):



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Most GS wins since June 1984 from #1 ranking: 10 - Roger Federer
Most GS wins since June 1984 from #2 ranking: 5 - Rafael Nadal
Most GS wins since June 1984 from #3 ranking: 2 - Stefan Edberg, Mats Wilander, Novak Djokovic
Most GS wins since June 1984 from #4 ranking: 2 - Mats Wilander

GS win from lowest ranking: Goran Ivanisevic (#125 @ Wimbledon 2001)
Biggest range in ranking between GS wins: 65 - Gustavo Kuerten (#66 @ Roland Garros 1997 -> #1 @ Roland Garros 2001)

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Cumulative Weeks in Top 10 [Active Players] (Updated 30/11/2015)
Sets and Games Required To Win Each Grand Slam [Open Era]
Grand Slam Wooden Spoon Winners

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Re: Grand Slam Winners by World Ranking

Most GS wins since June 1984 from #1 ranking: 10 - Roger Federer

What do you mean?

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Re: Grand Slam Winners by World Ranking

Roger Federer has won 10 grand slams when he has entered with a #1 ranking. This is more than anybody else has achieved...

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Re: Grand Slam Winners by World Ranking

Oh right
Thanks for the statistics

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Re: Grand Slam Winners by World Ranking

Cool stats! Lucky number 14. #20 has a lot as well.

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Cool stats! Lucky number 14. #20 has a lot as well.
Interestingly Agassi won twice from being #14 - the only player to win twice from the same non-top-4 ranking...

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Re: Grand Slam Winners by World Ranking

8 is not the Luck Number!

Kostas Kastoria is the King, is the Legend, is the Pantheon of Tennis Tipping.

Saulin, Felipin and Niltin are the players that have the mission to continue the Greek Legacy.

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