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All-Time QF or better than that

The following list presents all the players (ALL-TIME) who have reached QF or better than that in the four major championships (Australia, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US) at least 10 times (only SINGLES).

For Wimbledon (1878-1921) and rhe U.S. champ's (1884-1911) the challenge round is counted, no matter if defending champion lost or won.

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Re: All-Time QF or better than that

41 Jimmy Connors
37 Roy Emerson
36 Andre Agassi
34 Ivan Lendl
30 Ken Rosewall
29 Pete Sampras
28 John Newcombe
26 Stefan Edberg
26 John McEnroe
24 Jack Crawford
23 Boris Becker
21 Bjorn Borg
21 Neale Fraser
21 Tony Roche
21 Bill Tilden
20 Mats Wilander
20 Vic Seixas
20 Rod Laver
19 Guillermo Vilas
19 Mervyn Rose
19 Bill Larned
18 John Bromwich
17 Arthur Ashe
17 Jean Borotra
17 Henri Cochet
17 Jaroslav Drobny
17 Fred Perry
16 Fred Stolle
16 Frank Parker
16 Arthur Gore
15 Jim Courier
15 Lew Hoad
15 Harry Hopman
15 Budge Patty
15 Adrian Quist
15 Bunny Austin
14 Goran Ivanisevic
14 Frank Sedgman
14 Rene Lacoste
14 Gardnar Mulloy
13 Yevgueny Kafelnikov
13 Michael Chang
13 Dick Williams
12 Ilie Nastase
12 Lleyton Hewitt
12 Ashley Cooper
12 Tom Okker
12 Viv McGrath
11 Sven Davidson
11 Vitas Gerulaitis
11 Johan Kriek
11 Roscoe Tanner
10 Roger Federer
10 Tim Henman
10 Jan Kodes
10 Stan Smith
10 Michael Stich
10 Yannick Noah
10 Tod Martin
10 Nicola Pietrangeli
10 Cliff Drysdale
10 Manolo Santana
10 Don Budge
10 Art Larsen
10 Frank Hunter
10 Dick Savitt
10 Tony Wilding
10 Frank Shields
10 Sydney Wood
10 Herbert Lawford
10 Laurie Doherty
10 Gerald Patterson
10 Bill Johnston
10 Andy Roddick

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Re: All-Time QF or better than that

I think that you has forgotten Roddick.

Australian Open: 3; twice semifinalist (2003 lost to Schuettler, 2005 lost to Hewitt), 1 QF (2004 lost to Safin)
Wimbledon: 3; twice finalist (2004 lost to Federer, 2005 lost to Federer) once semifinalist (2003 lost to Federer)
US Open: 4; champion (2003 defeated Ferrero), three times QF (2001 lost to Hewitt, 2002 lost to Sampras, 2004 lost to J.Johansson)

At least 10 I think.
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Re: All-Time QF or better than that

Thank you RoddickSg for the correction. You're right.
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