Originally Posted by 1jackson2001
So overall, winning 3 majors and several lesser titles is enough to get inducted into the Hall of Fame in the men's game?
I'm guessing it's roughly the bare minimum for getting in as predominantly a singles player. But I have never followed it that closely... Agassi's years in the Top Ten and "star" status surely would have made some difference. And maybe the Gold Medal too. Luckily, there is no need to debate that now, with 8 majors!
I'm sure Courier will get in with 4 majors. And Edberg will get it next year.
And Sampras obviously!
Of current players who have been around a while, the big question marks are Kuerten and Kafelnikov.
Here's the list of inductees, if you are interested. (You'll see that Ashe made it with just two slams, but he was special in so many other ways...)
Tennis Hall of Fame Inductees
Sorry to end up so far