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The Great Big Super-Duper Title Resource Thread

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02-23-2003, 09:35 PM
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*Jimmy Connors: 109 (Roanoke, Queens, Columbus, Cincinnati, Albany, Jacksonville 72; Baltimore, Roanoke, Salt Lake City, Salisbury, Hampton, Paramus, Boston, Columbus, L.A., Quebec, Johannesburg 73; Australian Open, Roanoke, Little Rock, Birmingham, Salisbury, Hampton, Salt Lake City, Tempe, Manchester, Wimbledon, Indianapolis, US Open, L.A., London, Johannesburg 74; Bahamas, Birmingham, Salisbury, Boca Raton, Hampton, Denver WCT, North Conway, Bermuda, Maui 75; Birmingham, Philadelphia WCT, Hampton, Palm Springs, Denver WCT, Las Vegas, Nottingham, Washington, North Conway, Indianapolis, US Open, Cologne, Wembley 76; Birmingham WCT, St. Louis WCT, Las Vegas, Dallas WCT, Maui, Sydney Indoor, WCT Challenge Cup, Masters 77; Philadelphia WCT, Denver, Memphis, Rotterdam WTC, Birmingham, Washington, Indianapolis, Stowe, US Open, Sydney Indoor 78; Birmingham, Philadelphia, Memphis, Tulsa, Indianapolis, Stowe, Hong Kong 79; Birmingham, Philadelphia, Dallas WCT, North Conway, Republic Of China, Tokyo Indoor 80; La Quinta, Brussels, Rotterdam, Wembley 81; Monterrey, L.A., Las Vegas, Queens, Wimbledon, Columbus, US Open 82; Memphis, Las Vegas, Queens, US Open 83; Memphis, La Quinta, Boca West, L.A., Tokyo Indoor 84; Washington, Toulouse 88; Toulouse, Tel Aviv 89)

*Ivan Lendl: 94 (Houston, Toronto, Barcelona, Basel, Tokyo Outdoor, Hong Kong, Taipei 80; Stuttgart Indoor, Las Vegas, Montreal, Madrid, Barcelona, Basel, Vienna, Cologne, Buenos Aires, Masters 81; Delray Beach WCT, Genoa WCT, Munich WCT, Strasbourg WCT, Frankfurt, Houston, Dallas WCT, Forest Hills WCT, Washington, North Conway, Cincinnati, L.A. WCT, Naples WCT, Hartford WCT, Masters 82; Detroit WCT, Milan, Houston WCT, Hilton Head WCT, Montreal, San Francisco, Tokyo Indoor 83; Luxembourg, Roland Garros, Wembley 84; Fort Myers, Monte Carlo, Dallas, Forest Hills, Indianapolis, US Open, Stuttgart Outdoor, Sydney Indoor, Tokyo Indoor, Wembley, Masters 85; Philadelphia, Boca West, Milan, Fort Myers, Rome, Roland Garros, Stratton Mountain, US Open, Masters 86; Hamburg, Roland Garros, Washington, Montreal, US Open, Sydney Indoor, Wembley, Masters 87; Monte Carlo, Rome, Toronto 88; Australian Open, Scottsdale, Key Biscayne, Forest Hills, Hamburg, Queens, Montreal, Bordeaux, Sydney Indoor, Stockholm 89; Australian Open, Milan, Toronto Indoor, Queens, Tokyo Indoor 90; Philadelphia, Memphis, Long Island 91; Tokyo Indoor 92; Munich, Tokyo Indoor 93)

*Roger Federer: 82 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tokyo, TMS Madrid, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 06; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Hamburg, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 07; Estoril, Halle, US Open, Basel 08; TMS Madrid, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati 09; Australian Open, TMS Cincinnati, Stockholm, Basel, World Tour Finals 10; Doha, Basel, TMS Paris, World Tour Finals 11; Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Madrid ;), Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati 12; Halle 13; Dubai , Halle, TMS Cincinnati, TMS Shanghai, Basel 14)

*John McEnroe: 77 (Hartford, San Francisco, Stockholm, Wembley, London, Masters 78; New Orleans, Milan, San Jose, Dallas WCT, Queens, South Orange, US Open, San Francisco, Stockholm, Wembley 79; Richmond WCT, Memphis, Milan, Queens, US Open, Brisbane, Sydney Indoor, Wembley 80; Pepsi Grand Slam, Milan, Frankfurt, L.A., Dallas WCT, Queens, Wimbledon, Cincinnati, US Open, Sydney Indoor 81; Philadelphia, San Francisco, Sydney Indoor, Tokyo Indoor, Wembley 82; Philadelphia, Dallas WCT, Forest Hills WCT, Wimbledon, Sydney Indoor, Wembley, Masters 83; Philadelphia, Richmond WCT, Madrid, Brussels, Dallas WCT, Forest Hills WCT, Queens, Wimbledon, Toronto, US Open, San Francisco, Stockholm, Masters 84; Philadelphia, Houston, Milan, Chicago, Atlanta, Stratton Mountain, Montreal, Stockholm 85; L.A., San Francisco, Scottsdale 86; Tokyo Outdoor, Detroit 88; Lyon, Dallas WCT, Indianapolis 89; Basel 90; Chicago 91)

*Bjorn Borg: 64 (Auckland, London WCT, Sao Paulo WCT, Rome, Roland Garros, Bastad, Boston, Adelaide 74; Richmond WCT, Bologna WCT, Roland Garros, Boston, Barcelona 75; Toronto Indoor WCT, Sao Paulo WCT, Dallas WCT, Dusseldorf, Wimbledon, Boston 76; Memphis, Nice, Monte Carlo WCT, Denver, Wimbledon, Pepsi Grand Slam, Madrid, Barcelona, Basel, Cologne, Wembley 77; Birmingham WCT, Las Vegas, Milan WCT, Pepsi Grand Slam, Rome, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Bastad, Tokyo Indoor 78; Richmond WCT, Pepsi Grand Slam, Rotterdam, Monte Carlo, Las Vegas, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Bastad, Toronto, Palermo, Tokyo Indoor, WCT Challenge Cup, Masters 79; Pepsi Grand Slam, WCT Invitational, Nice, Monte Carlo, Las Vegas, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Stockholm, Masters 80; Roland Garros, Stuttgart Outdoor, Geneva 81)

Rafael Nadal: 64 (Sopot 04; Costa do Sauipe, Acapulco, TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Rome, Roland Garros, Bastad, Stuttgart, TMS Montreal, Beijing, TMS Madrid 05; Dubai, TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Rome, Roland Garros 06; TMS Indian Wells, TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Rome, Roland Garros, Stuttgart 07; TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Hamburg, Roland Garros, Queens, Wimbledon, TMS Toronto, Beijing Olympics 08; Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Rome 09; TMS Monte Carlo, TMS Rome, TMS Madrid, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, Tokyo 10; TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Roland Garros 11; TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Rome, Roland Garros 12; Sao Paulo, Acapulco, TMS Indian Wells, Barcelona, TMS Madrid, TMS Rome, Roland Garros, TMS Montreal, TMS Cincinnati, US Open 13; Doha, Rio de Janeiro , TMS Madrid, Roland Garros 14)

*Pete Sampras: 64 (Philadelphia, Manchester, US Open, Grand Slam Cup 90; L.A., Indianapolis, Lyon, Singles Championship 91; Philadelphia, Kitzbuhel, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lyon 92; Sydney, Key Biscayne, Tokyo Outdoor, Hong Kong, Wimbledon, US Open, Lyon, Antwerp 93; Sydney Outdoor, Australian Open, Indian Wells, Key Biscayne, Osaka, Tokyo Outdoor, Rome, Wimbledon, Antwerp, Singles Championship 94; Indian Wells, Queens, Wimbledon, US Open, Paris 95; San Jose, Memphis, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Indianapolis, US Open, Singles Championship, Basel 96; Australian Open, San Jose, Philadelphia, Wimbledon, Cincinnati, Grand Slam Cup, Paris Indoor, Singles Championship 97; Philadelphia, Atlanta, Wimbledon, Vienna 98; Queens, Wimbledon, L.A., Cincinnati, Singles Championship 99; TMS Miami, Wimbledon 00; US Open 02)

Guillermo Vilas: 62 (Buenos Aires 73; Gstaad, Hilversum, Louisville, Montreal, Tehran, Buenos Aires, Masters 74; Munich, Hilversum, Washington, Louisville, Buenos Aires 75; St. Louis WCT, Fort Worth WCT, Monte Carlo WCT, Montreal, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires 76; Springfield, Buenos Aires, Virginia Beach, Roland Garros, Kitzbuhel, Washington, Louisville, South Orange, Columbus, US Open, Paris, Tehran, Bogota, Santiago, Buenos Aires, Johannesburg WCT 77; Hamburg, Munich, Gstaad, South Orange, Aix-En-Provence, Basel, Australian Open 78; Hobart, Washington, Buenos Aires, Australian Open 79; Rome, Kitzbuhel, Palermo 80; Mar Del Plata, Cairo, Houston 81; Buenos Aires, Rotterdam, Milan, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Boston, Kitzbuhel 82; Richmond WCT, Delray Beach WCT, Kitzbuhel 83)

Andre Agassi: 60 (Itaparica 87; Memphis, Charleston, Forest Hills, Stuttgart Outdoor, Stratton Mountain, Livingston 88; Orlando 89; San Francisco, Key Biscayne, Washington, Singles Championship 90; Orlando, Washington 91; Atlanta, Wimbledon, Toronto 92; San Francisco, Scottsdale 93; Scottsdale, Toronto, US Open, Vienna, Paris 94; Australian Open, San Jose, Key Biscayne, Washington, Montreal, Cincinnati, New Haven 95; Key Biscayne, Atlanta Olympics, Cincinnati 96; San Jose, Scottsdale, Washington, L.A., Ostrava 98; Hong Kong, Roland Garros, Washington, US Open, Paris 99; Australian Open 00; Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, L.A. 01; Scottsdale, TMS Miami, TMS Rome, L.A., TMS Madrid 02; Australian Open, San Jose, TMS Miami, Houston 03; TMS Cincinnati 04; L.A. 05)

*Ilie Nastase: 57 (Barranquilla 69; Rome 70; Richmond, Hampton, Nice, Monte Carlo, Bastad, Wembley, Masters 71; Baltimore, Omaha, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Nice, Dusseldorf, Montreal, US Open, South Orange, Seattle, London, Masters 72; Omaha, Calgary, Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Florence, Roland Garros, Rome, Queens, Gstaad, Cincinnati, Barcelona, Paris Indoor, Masters 73; Richmond-WCT, Washington WCT, Bournemouth, Cedar Grove, Madrid, Barcelona 74; Barcelona, Valencia, Madrid, South Orange, Masters 75; Atlanta WCT, Salisbury, WCT Challenge Cup, La Costa, Pepsi Grand Slam, South Orange, WCT Challenge Cup 76; Mexico City WCT, Aix en Provence 77; Miami, WCT Challenge Cup 78)

Boris Becker: 49 (Queens, Wimbledon, Cincinnati 85; Chicago, Wimbledon, Toronto, Sydney Indoor, Tokyo Indoor, Paris 86; Indian Wells, Milan, Queens 87; Indian Wells, Dallas, Queens, Indianapolis, Tokyo Indoor, Stockholm, Masters 88; Milan, Philadelphia, Wimbledon, US Open, Paris 89; Brussels, Stuttgart Indoor, Indianapolis, Sydney Indoor, Stockholm 90; Australian Open, Stockholm 91; Brussels, Rotterdam, Basel, Paris, Singles Championship 92; Doha, Milan 93; Milan, L.A., New Haven, Stockholm 94; Marseille, Singles Championship 95; Australian Open, Queens, Vienna, Stuttgart Indoor, Grand Slam Cup 96)

*Novak Djokovic: 48 (Amersfoort, Metz 06; Adelaide, TMS Miami, Estoril, TMS Montreal, Vienna 07; Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Rome, Tennis Masters Cup 08; Dubai, Belgrade, Beijing, Basel, TMS Paris 09; Dubai, Beijing 10; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Belgrade, TMS Madrid, TMS Rome, Wimbledon, TMS Montreal, US Open 11; Australian Open, TMS Miami, TMS Toronto, Beijing, TMS Shanghai, World Tour Finals 12; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Monte Carlo, Beijing, TMS Shanghai, TMS Paris, World Tour Finals 13; TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Rome, Wimbledon, Beijing, TMS Paris, World Tour Finals 14)

Thomas Muster: 44 (Hilversum 86; Boston, Bordeaux, Prague, Bari 88; Adelaide, Casablanca, Rome 90; Florence, Geneva 91; Monte Carlo, Florence, Umag 92; Mexico City, Florence, Genoa, Kitzbuhel, San Marino, Umag, Palermo 93; Mexico City, Madrid, St. Poelten 94; Mexico City, Estoril, Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Rome, Roland Garros, St Poelten, Stuttgart Outdoor, San Marino, Umag, Bucharest, Essen 95; Mexico City, Estoril, Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Rome, Stuttgart Outdoor, Bogota 96; Dubai, Key Biscayne 97)

Stefan Edberg: 42 (Milan, L.A. Olympics 84; Memphis, San Francisco, Basel, Australian Open 85; Gstaad, Basel, Stockholm 86; Australian Open, Memphis, Rotterdam, Tokyo Outdoor, Cincinnati, Tokyo Indoor, Stockholm 87; Rotterdam, Wimbledon, Basel 88; Tokyo Outdoor, Masters 89; Indian Wells, Tokyo Outdoor, Wimbledon, L.A., Cincinnati, Long Island, Paris 90; Stuttgart Indoor, Tokyo Outdoor, Queens, US Open, Sydney Indoor, Tokyo Indoor 91; Hamburg, New Haven, US Open 92; Madrid 93; Doha, Stuttgart Indoor, Washington 94; Doha 95)

*Stan Smith: 36 (Melbourne, Phoenix, Stockholm, Masters 70; Paris, Queen's, Cincinnati, US Open 71; Salisbury, New York, Hampton, Washington, Wimbledon, Sacramento, L.A. WCT, Paris Indoor, Stockholm 72; Philadelphia WCT , Atlanta WCT, St. Louis WCT, Munich WCT, Brussels WCT, Gothenberg WCT, Dallas WCT, Bastad 73; Hempstead WCT, St. Louis, Nottingham, Chicago 74; Sydney Indoor 75; L.A. PSW 77; Atlanta, Vienna 78; Cleveland, Vienna 79; Frankfurt 80

Michael Chang: 34 (San Francisco 88; Roland Garros, Wembley 89; Toronto 90; Birmingham 91; San Francisco, Indian Wells, Key Biscayne 92; Jakarta, Osaka, Cincinnati, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing 93; Jakarta, Philadelphia, Hong Kong, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Beijing 94; Hong Kong, Atlanta, Tokyo Indoor, Beijing 95; Indian Wells, Washington, L.A. 96; Memphis, Indian Wells, Hong Kong, Orlando, Washington 97; Boston, Shanghai 98; L.A. 00)

Arthur Ashe: 33 (U.S. National Chps., US Open 68; Australian Open, Berkeley, Paris Indoor 70; Charlotte, Stockholm, Paris Indoor 71; Louisville WCT, Montreal WCT, Rotterdam WCT, Rome WCT 72; Chicago WCT, Washington 73; Bologna WCT, Barcelona WCT, Stockholm 74; Barcelona WCT, Rotterdam WCT, Munich WCT, Stockholm - WCT, Dallas WCT, Wimbledon, L.A., San Francisco 75; Columbus WCT, Indianapolis WCT, Richmond WCT, Rome WCT, Rotterdam WCT 76; San Jose, Colombus, L.A. 78)

Manuel Orantes: 33 (Barcelona 69; Barcelona WCT 71; Caracas, Rome, Brussels, Hamburg, Bastad 72; Valencia, Nice, Lousville, Indianapolis 73; Cairo, Monte Carlo WCT, Bournemouth, Hamburg, Bastad, Indianapolis, Montreal, US Open 75; Valencia, Munich, Kitzbuhel, Tehran, Madrid, Barcelona, Masters 76; Indianapolis, Boston, Tokyo Outdoor 77; Boston 78; Munich 79; Palermo 81; Bournemouth 82)

*Mats Wilander: 33 (Roland Garros, Bastad, Geneva, Barcelona 82; Monte Carlo, Lisbon, Aix-en-Provence, Bastad, Cincinnati, Geneva, Barcelona, Stockholm, Australian Open 83; Cincinnati, Barcelona, Australian Open 84; Roland Garros, Boston, Bastad 85; Brussels, Cincinnati 86; Brussels, Monte Carlo, Rome, Boston, Indianapolis 87; Australian Open, Key Biscayne, Roland Garros, Cincinnati, US Open, Palermo 88; Itaparica 90)

*Andy Roddick: 32 (Atlanta, Houston, Washington 01; Memphis, Houston 02; St Poelten, Queens, Indianapolis, TMS Montreal, TMS Cincinnati, US Open 03; San Jose, TMS Miami, Queens, Indianapolis 04; San Jose, Houston, Queens, Washington, Lyon 05; TMS Cincinnati 06; Queens, Washington 07; San Jose, Dubai, Beijing 08; Memphis 09; Brisbane, TMS Miami 10; Memphis 11; Eastbourne, Atlanta 12)

Andy Murray: 31 (San Jose 06; San Jose, St. Petersburg 07; Doha, Marseille, TMS Cincinnati, TMS Madrid, St. Petersburg 08; Doha, Rotterdam, TMS Miami, Queens, TMS Montreal, Valencia 09; TMS Toronto, TMS Shanghai 10; Queens, TMS Cincinnati, Bangkok, Tokyo, TMS Shanghai 11; Brisbane, London Olympics, US Open 12; Brisbane, TMS Miami, Queens, Wimbledon 13; Shenzhen, Vienna, Valencia 14)

Lleyton Hewitt: 30 (Adelaide 98; Delray Beach 99; Adelaide, Sydney, Scottsdale, Queens 00; Sydney, Queens, 's-Hertogenbosch, US Open, Tokyo, Tennis Masters Cup 01; San Jose, TMS Indian Wells, Queens, Wimbledon, Tennis Masters Cup 02; Scottsdale, TMS Indian Wells 03; Sydney, Rotterdam, Washington, Long Island 04; Sydney 05; Queens 06; Las Vegas 07; Houston 09; Halle 10; Brisbane, Newport 14)

Yevgeny Kafelnikov: 26 (Adelaide, Copenhagen, Long Island 94; Milan, St. Petersburg, Gstaad, Long Island 95; Adelaide, Prague, Roland Garros, Lyon 96; Halle, New Haven, Moscow 97; London, Halle, Moscow 98; Australian Open, Rotterdam, Moscow 99; Sydney Olympics, Moscow 00; Marseille, Moscow 01; Halle, Tashkent 02)

Jose-Luis Clerc: 25 (Florence, Buenos Aires, Santiago 78; Johannesburg 79; San Jose, South Orange, Indianapolis, Madrid, Quito, Buenos Aires 80; Florence, Rome, Boston, Washington, North Conway, Indianapolis 81; Richmond WCT, Venice, Gstaad, Zell Am See WCT, Sao Paulo 82; Guaruja, Boston, Washington, North Conway 83)

Vitas Gerulaitis: 25 (Vienna 74; New York, St. Louis 75; Ocean City, Rome, Brisbane, Perth, Australian Open 77; Richmond WCT, Dallas WCT, Forest Hills WCT 78; Rome, Kitzbuhel, Sydney Indoor 79; Forest Hills WCT, Stuttgart Outdoor, Melbourne Indoor 80; Johannesburg 81; Brussels, Florence, Toronto, Melbourne Indoor, Johannesburg 82; Basel 83; Treviso 84)

Brian Gottfried: 25 (Johannesburg WCT, Las Vegas 73; Paris Indoor 74; Baltimore, Dayton Indoor, Melbourne Indoor 75; L.A. 76; Baltimore, Palm Springs, Washington Indoor, La Costa, Vienna 77; Washington Indoor, Dayton, Houston WCT 78; Colombus, Basel 79; Surbiton, Washington, Vienna, Paris Indoor 80; Stowe 81; Tampa, Vienna 82; Vienna 83)

Jim Courier: 23 (Basel 89; Indian Wells, Key Biscayne, Roland Garros 91; Australian Open, Tokyo Outdoor, Hong Kong, Rome, Roland Garros 92; Australian Open, Memphis, Indian Wells, Rome, Indianapolis 93; Adelaide, Scottsdale, Tokyo Outdoor, Basel 95; Philadelphia 96; Doha, L.A., Beijing 97; Orlando 98)

Yannick Noah: 23 (Manila, Calcutta 78; Nancy, Madrid, Bordeaux 79; Richmond WCT, Nice 81; La Quinta, South Orange, Basel, Toulouse 82; Hamburg, Roland Garros 83; Rome, Washington, Toulouse 85; Forest Hills, Wembley 86; Lyon, Basel 87; Milan 88; Sydney Outdoor 90)

Goran Ivanisevic: 22 (Stuttgart Outdoor 90; Manchester 91; Adelaide, Stuttgart Indoor, Sydney Indoor, Stockholm 92; Bucharest, Vienna, Paris 93; Kitzbuhel, Tokyo Indoor 94; Grand Slam Cup 95; Zagreb, Dubai, Milan, Rotterdam, Moscow 96; Zagreb, Milan, Vienna 97; Split 98; Wimbledon 01)

Tom Okker: 22 (Rome 68; Monte Carlo, Hilversum, Paris Indoor 69; Hamburg, Hilversum 70; Louisville WCT, Quebec WCT 71; Chicago WCT 72; Washington WCT, Hilversum, Montreal, Seattle, Chicago, London 73; Toronto WCT, Rotterdam 74; Nottingham, Paris Indoor 75; Richmond WCT 77; Tel Aviv 79)

Harold Solomon: 22 (Washington 74; Toronto Indoor WCT, Memphis, Perth, Johannesburg 75; Washington WCT, Houston WCT, Louisville, Maui, Johannesburg - WCT 76; Brussels, Cincinnati, Tournament of Champions WCT 77; Las Vegas, Louisville 78; Baltimore WCT, North Conway, Paris Indoor 79; Baltimore WCT, Hamburg, Cincinnati, Tel Aviv 80)

Nikolay Davydenko: 21 (Adelaide, Estoril 03; Munich, Moscow 04; St. Poelten 05; Poertschach, Sopot, New Haven, Moscow, TMS Paris 06; Moscow 07; TMS Miami, Poertschach, Warsaw 08; Hamburg, Umag, Kuala Lumpur, TMS Shanghai, World Tour Finals 09; Doha 10; Munich 11)

Eddie Dibbs: 21 (Jackson, Hamburg, Fort Worth 73; Hamburg 74; Tehran, London 75; Monterrey WCT, Barcelona WCT, Hamburg, Paris Indoor 76; Miami, London WCT, Oviedo 77; Tulsa, Cincinnati, North Conway, Toronto 78; Sarasota, Boston 80; Forest Hills WCT, Quito 81)

David Ferrer: 21 (Bucharest 02; Stuttgart 06; Auckland, Bastad, Tokyo 07; Valencia, ’s-Hertogenbosch 08; Acapulco, Valencia 10; Auckland, Acapulco 11; Auckland, Buenos Aires, Acapulco, 's-Hertogenbosch, Bastad, Valencia, TMS Paris 12; Auckland, Buenos Aires 13; Buenos Aires 14)

Andres Gomez: 21 (Bordeaux 81; Rome, Quito 82; Dallas 83; Nice, Rome, Washington, Indianapolis, Hong Kong 84; Hong Kong 85; Indianapolis, Florence, Boston, Itaparica 86; Forest Hills 87; Boston, Barcelona 89; Barcelona, Madrid, Roland Garros 90; Brasilia 91)

Brad Gilbert: 20 (Taipei 82; Columbus, Taipei 84; Livingston, Cleveland, Tel Aviv 85; Memphis, Livingston, Tel Aviv, Vienna 86; Scottsdale 87; Tel Aviv 88; Memphis, Stratton Mountain, Livingston, Cincinnati, San Francisco 89; Rotterdam, Orlando, Brisbane 90)

Gustavo Kuerten: 20 (Roland Garros 97; Stuttgart Outdoor, Mallorca 98; Monte Carlo, Rome 99; Santiago, TMS Hamburg, Roland Garros, Indianapolis, Tennis Masters Cup 00; Buenos Aires, Acapulco, TMS Monte Carlo, Roland Garros, Stuttgart Outdoor, TMS Cincinnati 01; Costa do Sauipe 02; Auckland, St. Petersburg 03; Costa do Sauipe 04)

Carlos Moya: 20 (Buenos Aires 95; Umag 96; Long Island 97; Monte Carlo, Roland Garros 98; Estoril 00; Umag 01; Acapulco, Bastad, Umag, TMS Cincinnati 02; Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Umag 03; Chennai, Acapulco, TMS Rome 04; Chennai 05; Buenos Aires 06; Umag 07)

Thomas Enqvist: 19 (Bolzano 92; Schenectady 93; Auckland, Philadelphia, Pinehurst, Indianapolis, Stockholm 95; New Delhi, Paris, Stockholm 96; Marseille 97; Marseille, Munich 98; Adelaide, Stuttgart Indoor, Stockholm 99; TMS Cincinnati, Basel 00; Marseille 02)

Raul Ramirez: 19 (Kitzbuhel, Tehran 73; Columbus 74; St. Petersburg WCT, Charlotte, Rome, Tokyo 75; Mexico City WCT, Caracas WCT, Gstaad, London 76; Queens, L.A. 77; Mexico City WCT, Monte Carlo WCT 78; Florence 79; San Juan 80; Caracas 82; Caracas 83)

Juan Martin del Potro: 18 (Stuttgart, Kitzbuhel, L.A., Washington 08; Auckland, Washington, US Open 09; Delray Beach, Estoril 11; Marseille, Estoril, Vienna, Basel 12; Rotterdam, Washington, Tokyo, Basel 13; Sydney 14)

Marcelo Rios: 18 (Bologna, Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur 95; St. Poelten 96; Monte Carlo 97; Auckland, Indian Wells, Miami, Rome, St. Poelten, Grand Slam Cup, Singapore 98; Hamburg, St. Poelten, Singapore 99; Umag 00; Doha, Hong Kong 01)

*Michael Stich: 18 (Memphis 90; Wimbledon, Stuttgart Outdoor, Schenectady, Vienna 91; Rosmalen, Grand Slam Cup 92; Stuttgart Indoor, Hamburg, Queens, Basel, Stockholm, Singles Championship 93; Rotterdam, Munich, Halle 94; L.A. 95; Antwerp 96)

Alex Corretja: 17 (Buenos Aires 94; Estoril, Rome, Stuttgart Outdoor 97; Dubai, Gstaad, Indianapolis, Lyon, Singles Championship 98; TMS Indian Wells, Gstaad, Kitzbuhel, Washington, Toulouse 00; Amsterdam 01; Gstaad, Kitzbuhel 02)

Richard Krajicek: 17 (Hong Kong 91; L.A., Antwerp 92; L.A. 93; Barcelona, Rosmalen, Sydney Indoor 94; Stuttgart Indoor, Rotterdam 95; Wimbledon 96; Rotterdam, Tokyo, Rosmalen 97; St. Petersburg, Stuttgart Indoor 98; London, Key Biscayne 99)

Vijay Amritraj: 16 (Bretton Woods, New Delhi 73; Washington, Manchester 74; Columbus, Calcutta 75; Memphis WCT, Newport 76; Auckland, Bombay 77; Mexico City 78; Bombay 79; Newport, Bangkok 80; Newport 84; Bristol 86)

Juan Carlos Ferrero: 16 (Mallorca 99; Dubai, Estoril, Barcelona, TMS Rome 01; TMS Monte Carlo, Hong Kong 02; TMS Monte Carlo, Valencia, Roland Garros, TMS Madrid 03; Casablanca 09; Costa do Sauipe, Buenos Aires, Umag 10; Stuttgart 11)

Jose Higueras: 16 (Santiago 76; Murcia 77; Cairo, Nice, Bournemouth, Madrid 78; Houston, Hamburg, Boston 79; Hamburg, Indianapolis 82; La Quinta, Bournemouth, Stuttgart Outdoor 83; Kitzbuhel, Bordeaux 84)

Roscoe Tanner: 16 (Denver WCT, Christchurch 74; Las Vegas, Chicago 75; Cincinnati, Columbus, San Francisco, Tokyo Outdoor 76; Australian Open, Sydney Outdoor 77; Palm Springs, New Orleans 78; Rancho Mirage, Washington Indoor 79; Manchester 80; Philadelphia 81

Wayne Ferreira: 15 (Queens, Schenectady 92; Oahu, Indianapolis, Bordeaux, Basel, Tel Aviv 94; Dubai, Munich, Ostrava, Lyon 95; Scottsdale, Toronto 96; TMS Stuttgart 00; L.A. 03)

Wojtek Fibak: 15 (Stockholm WCT, Bournemouth, Vienna 76; Monterrey WCT, Dusseldorf 77; Cologne 78; Denver, Stuttgart Indoor 79; Dayton, New Orleans, Sao Paulo 80; Gstaad 81; Amsterdam WCT, Paris Indoor, Chicago-2 WCT 82)

Tommy Haas: 15 (Memphis 99; Adelaide, Long Island, Vienna, TMS Stuttgart 01; Houston, L.A. 04; Delray Beach, Memphis, L.A. 06; Memphis 07; Halle 09; Halle 12; Munich, Vienna 13)

Marc Rosset: 15 (Geneva 89; Lyon 90; Barcelona Olympics, Moscow 92; Marseille, Long Island, Moscow 93; Marseille, Lyon 94; Nice, Halle 95; Antwerp 97; St. Petersburg 99; Marseille, London 00)

Greg Rusedski: 15 (Newport 93; Seoul 95; Beijing 96; Nottingham, Basel 97; Antwerp, Paris 98; Grand Slam Cup, Vienna 99; San Jose 01; Auckland, Indianapolis 02; Nottingham 03; Newport 04; Newport 05)

Marat Safin: 15 (Boston 99; Barcelona, Mallorca, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tashkent, St. Petersburg, TMS Paris 00; Tashkent, St. Petersburg 01; TMS Paris 02; Beijing, TMS Madrid, TMS Paris 04; Australian Open 05)

Emilio Sanchez: 15 (Nice, Munich, Bastad 86; Gstaad, Bordeaux, Kitzbuhel, Madrid 87; Hilversum 88; Kitzbuhel 89; Wellington, Estoril 90; Barcelona, Rome, Gstaad 91; Sydney Outdoor 92)

Alberto Berasategui: 14 (Sao Paulo 93; Nice, Stuttgart Outdoor, Umag, Palermo, Athens, Santiago, Montevideo 94; Oporto 95; Bologna, Kitzbuhel, Bucharest 96; Palermo 97; Estoril 98)

Sergi Bruguera: 14 (Estoril, Monte Carlo, Athens 91; Madrid, Gstaad, Palermo 92; Monte Carlo, Roland Garros, Gstaad, Prague, Bordeaux 93; Roland Garros, Gstaad, Prague 94)

Marin Cilic: 13 (New Haven 08; Chennai, Zagreb 09; Chennai, Zagreb 10; St. Petersburg 11; Queens, Umag 12; Zagreb 13; Zagreb, Delray Beach, US Open, Moscow 14)

Magnus Gustafsson: 14 (Munich, Bastad, Hilversum 91; Bastad 92; Stuttgart Outdoor 93; Auckland, Dubai 94; St. Petersburg, Bastad 96; Singapore 97; Copenhagen, Bastad 98; Copenhagen 99; Amsterdam 00)

Johan Kriek: 14 (Sarasota 79; Monterrey WCT, Newport, Australian Open 81; Memphis, La Costa WCT, Australian Open 82; Tampa, Bristol, Johannesburg 83; Bristol, Livingston 84; Las Vegas 85; Livingston 87)

Gene Mayer: 14 (Guadalajara 78; Cologne 79; Denver, Metz, L.A., Cleveland, San Francisco 80; Memphis, Denver, Cleveland, Stockholm 81; Munich 82; Rotterdam, L.A. 83)

Karel Novacek: 13 (Washington 86; Hilversum 89; Munich 90; Auckland, Hamburg, Kitzbuhel, Prague 91; Hilversum, San Marino, Prague 92; Dubai, Zaragoza 93; Hilversum 94)

Joakim Nystrom: 13 (Sydney Outdoor 83; Gstaad, North Conway, Basel, Cologne 84; Munich, Gstaad 85; Toronto Indoor, La Quinta, Rotterdam, Monte Carlo, Madrid 86; Bastad 87)

Balazs Taroczy: 13 (Kitzbuhel 74; Hilversum 76; Hilversum, Barcelona 78; Brussels, Hilversum 79; Bastad, Hilversum, Geneva 80; Hilversum, Tokyo Outdoor 81; Nice, Hilversum 82)

Nicolas Almagro: 12 (Valencia 06; Valencia 07; Costa do Sauipe, Acapulco 08; Acapulco 09; Bastad, Gstaad 10; Costa do Sauipe, Buenos Aires, Nice 11; Sau Paulo, Nice 12)

Albert Costa: 12 (Kitzbuhel 95; Gstaad, San Marino, Bournemouth 96; Barcelona, Marbella 97; Hamburg, Kitzbuhel 98; Estoril, Gstaad, Kitzbuhel 99; Roland Garros 02)

Martin Jaite: 12 (Buenos Aires 85; Bologna, Stuttgart Outdoor 86; Barcelona, Palermo 87; Stuttgart Outdoor, Madrid, Sao Paulo, Itaparica 89; Guaruja, Gstaad 90; Nice 91)

Tim Mayotte: 12 (Delray Beach 85; Queens 86; Philadelphia, Chicago, Toulouse, Paris Indoor, Frankfurt 87; Philadelphia, Schenectady, Brisbane, Frankfurt 88; Washington 89)

Magnus Norman: 12 (Bastad 97; Amsterdam 98; Orlando, Stuttgart Outdoor, Umag, Long Island, Shanghai 99; Auckland, TMS Rome, Bastad, Long Island, Shanghai 00)

Tommy Robredo: 12 (Sopot 01; Barcelona 04; TMS Hamburg, Bastad 06; Sopot, Metz 07; Bastad 08; Costa do Sauipe, Buenos Aires 09; Santiago 11; Casablanca, Umag 13)

Guy Forget: 11 (Toulouse 86; Nancy 89; Bordeaux 90; Sydney Outdoor, Brussels, Cincinnati, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Paris Indoor 91; Toulouse 92; Marseille 96)

Fernando Gonzalez: 11 (Orlando 00; Vina del Mar, Palermo 02; Vina del Mar 04; Auckland, Amersfoort, Basel 05; Beijing 07; Vina del Mar, Munich 08; Vina del Mar 09)

Tim Henman: 11 (Sydney, Tashkent 97; Tashkent, Basel 98; Vienna, Brighton 00; Copenhagen, Basel 01; Adelaide 02; Washington, TMS Paris 03)

Miloslav Mecir: 11 (Rotterdam, Hamburg 85; Kitzbuhel 86; Auckland, Sydney Outdoor, Key Biscayne, Dallas WCT, Stuttgart Outdoor, Hilversum 87; Seoul Olympics 88; Indian Wells 89)

Andrei Medvedev: 11 (Genoa, Stuttgart Outdoor, Bordeaux 92; Estoril, Barcelona, New Haven 93; Monte Carlo, Hamburg 94; Hamburg 95; Long Island 96; Hamburg 97)

David Nalbandian: 11 (Estoril, Basel 02; Munich, Tennis Masters Cup 05; Estoril 06; TMS Madrid, TMS Paris 07; Buenos Aires, Stockholm 08; Sydney 09; Washington 10)

Mark Philippoussis: 11 (Toulouse 96; Scottsdale, Munich, Queens 97; Memphis 98; San Jose, Indian Wells 99; San Jose 00; Memphis 01; Shanghai 03; Newport 06)

Patrick Rafter: 11 (Manchester 94; US Open 97; Chennai, 's-Hertogenbosch, Toronto, Cincinnati, Long Island, US Open 98; 's-Hertogenbosch 99; 's-Hertogenbosch 00; Indianapolis 01)

Gilles Simon: 11 (Marseille, Bucharest 07; Casablanca, Indianapolis, Bucharest 08; Bangkok 09; Metz 10; Sydney, Hamburg 11; Bucharest 12; Metz 13)

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: 11 (Bangkok, TMS Paris 08; Johannesburg, Marseille, Tokyo 09; Metz, Vienna 11; Doha, Metz 12; Marseille 13; TMS Toronto 14)

Tomas Berdych: 10 (Palermo 04; TMS Paris 05; Halle 07; Tokyo 08; Munich 09; Beijing 11; Montpellier, Stockholm 12; Rotterdam, Stockholm 14)

James Blake: 10 (Washington 02; New Haven, Stockholm 05; Sydney, Las Vegas, Indianapolis, Bangkok, Stockholm 06; Sydney, New Haven 07)

Richard Gasquet: 10 (Nottingham 05; Nottingham, Gstaad, Lyon 06; Mumbai 07; Nice 10; Bangkok 12; Doha, Montpellier, Moscow 13)

Petr Korda: 10 (New Haven, Berlin 91; Washington, Long Island, Vienna 92; Grand Slam Cup 93; Doha 96; Stuttgart Indoor 97; Doha, Australian Open 98)

Ivan Ljubicic: 10 (Lyon 01; Metz, Vienna 05; Chennai, Zagreb, Vienna 06; Doha, 's-Hertogenbosch 07; Lyon 09; Indian Wells 10)

Felix Mantilla: 10 (Oporto 96; Bologna, Gstaad, Umag, San Marino, Bournemouth 97; Bournemouth 98; Barcelona 99; Palermo 01; TMS Rome 03)

Sandy Mayer: 10 (Baltimore, Paramus, Jackson 74; Little Rock, Hampton, Stockholm 77; St. Louis WCT 78; Bologna 81; Cleveland 82; Gstaad 83)

Victor Pecci Sr.: 10 (Madrid, Berlin 76; Bogota 78; Nice, Quito, Bogota 79; Santiago 80; Vina Del Mar, Bournemouth 81; Vina Del Mar 83)

Cliff Richey: 10 (Canadian Open, Cincinnati 69; Washington, Indianapolis 70; Houston 71; London Indoor, Johannesburg, Bretton Woods 72; Bermuda 76; Johannesburg 78)

Robin Soderling: 10 (Lyon 04; Milan 05; Lyon 08; Bastad 09; Rotterdam, TMS Paris 10; Brisbane, Rotterdam, Marseille, Bastad 11)

Eliot Teltscher: 10 (Hong Kong 78; Atlanta 79; Atlanta, Maui 80; San Juan, San Francisco 81; Tokyo Outdoor 83; Brisbane, Johannesburg 84; Hong Kong 87)

Mikhail Youzhny: 10 (Stuttgart 02; St. Petersburg 04; Rotterdam 07; Chennai 08; Moscow 09; Munich, Kuala Lumpur 10; Zagreb 12; Gstaad, Valencia 13)

Kent Carlsson: 9 (Bari, Barcelona 86; Nice, Bologna 87; Madrid, Hamburg, Kitzbuhel, St. Vincent, Barcelona 88)

Guillermo Coria: 9 (Vina del Mar 01; TMS Hamburg, Stuttgart, Kitzbuhel, Sopot, Basel 03; Buenos Aires, TMS Monte Carlo 04; Umag 05)

Zeljko Franulovic: 9 (Indianapolis 69; Monte Carlo, Kitzbuhel, Buenos Aires 70; New York, Macon, Indianapolis, Buenos Aires 71; Munich 77)

John Isner: 9 (Auckland 10; Newport, Winston Salem 11; Newport, Winston Salem 12; Houston, Atlanta 13; Auckland, Atlanta 14)

Thomas Johansson: 9 (Copenhagen, St. Petersburg 97; Montreal 99; Stockholm 00; Halle, Nottingham 01; Australian Open 02; Stockholm 04; St. Petersburg 05)

Aaron Krickstein: 9 (Tel Aviv 83; Boston, Tel Aviv, Geneva 84; Sydney Outdoor, L.A., Tokyo Indoor 89; Johannesburg 92; Durban 93)

Henri Leconte: 9 (Stockholm 82; Stuttgart Outdoor 84; Nice, Sydney Outdoor 85; Geneva, Hamburg 86; Nice, Brussels 88; Halle 93)

Robert Lutz: 9 (Sacramento, Cologne WCT 71; Boston WCT 72; Tokyo Indoor 75; Paris Indoor 78; Taipei 79; Colombus, Stowe, Cologne 80)

Adriano Panatta: 9 (Bournemouth 73; Florence 74; Kitzbuhel, Stockholm 75; Rome, Roland Garros 76; Houston WCT 77; Tokyo Outdoor 78; Florence 80)

Guillermo Perez-Roldan: 9 (Munich, Athens, Buenos Aires 87; Munich 88; Palermo 89; San Marino 90; San Marino 91; Casablanca 92; Casablanca 93)

Sjeng Schalken: 9 (Valencia 95; Jakarta 96; Boston 97; Auckland 99; Tokyo 00; Stockholm 01; 's-Hertogenbosch 02; 's-Hertogenbosch, Costa do Sauipe 03)

Tomas Smid: 9 (Sarasota 78; Stuttgart Outdoor 79; Stuttgart Indoor, Bologna 80; Mexico City WCT, Cap d’Adge WCT 82; Munich, Hilversum 83; Geneva 85)

Francisco Clavet: 8 (Hilversum 90; Palermo 95; Amsterdam 96; Mexico City, Bogota 97; Bucharest, Santiago 98; Scottsdale 01)

Gaston Gaudio: 8 (Barcelona, Mallorca 02; Roland Garros 04; Vina del Mar, Buenos Aires, Estoril, Gstaad, Kitzbuhel 05)

Anders Jarryd: 8 (Linz, Ancona 82; Hilversum, Sydney Indoor 84; Brussels 85; Dallas 86; Vienna 90; Rotterdam 83)

Jan Kodes: 8 (Roland Garros 70; Catania, Roland Garros 71; Barcelona 72; Cologne WCT, Wimbledon 73; Madrid 75; Basel 76)

Ramesh Krishnan: 8 (Manila 81; Stuttgart Outdoor 82; Metz 84; Tokyo Outdoor, Hong Kong 86; Wellington 88; Auckland 89; Schenectady 90)

Todd Martin: 8 (Coral Springs 93; Memphis, Queens 94; Memphis 95; Sydney 96; Barcelona, Stockholm 98; Sydney 99)

Juan Monaco: 8 (Buenos Aires, Poertschach, Kitzbuhel 07; Vina del Mar, Houston, Hamburg, Kuala Lumpur 12; Dusseldorf 13)

Dick Stockton: 8 (Atlanta WCT, Adelaide 74; San Antonio WCT 75; Lagos WCT 76; Philadelphia WCT, Toronto Indoor WCT, Rotterdam 77; Little Rock 78)

Brian Teacher: 8 (Jackson 77; Taipei 78; Newport 79; Australian Open 80; Columbus 81; Dortmund WCT; Munich WCT, Columbus 83)

Jaime Yzaga: 8 (Schenectady, Sao Paulo 87; Itaparica 88; Charlotte 91; Auckland, Tampa 92; Tampa, Sydney Indoor 93)

John Alexander: 7 (Fort Worth WCT, Tuscon 75; North Conway 77; Louisville 79; Bristol, Sydney Outdoor 82; Auckland 83)

Guillermo Canas: 7 (Casablanca 01; Chennai, TMS Toronto 02; Stuttgart, Umag, Shanghai 04; Costa do Sauipe 07)

Pat Cash: 7 (Melbourne 82; Brisbane, Melbourne 83; Nancy, Wimbledon, Johannesburg 87; Hong Kong 90)

Andrei Chesnokov: 7 (Florence 87; Orlando 88; Nice, Munich 89; Monte Carlo, Tel Aviv 90; Montreal 91)

Magnus Larsson: 7 (Florence 90; Copenhagen, Munich 92; Zaragoza, Toulouse, Grand Slam Cup 94; Memphis 00)

Luiz Mattar: 7 (Guaruja 87; Guaruja 88; Guaruja, Rio De Janeiro 89; Rio De Janeiro 90; Sao Paulo 92; Coral Springs 94)

Kei Nishikori: 7 (Delray Beach 08; Tokyo 12; Memphis 13; Memphis, Barcelona, Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo 14)

Jiri Novak: 7 (Auckland 96; Mexico City 98; Munich, Gstaad 01; Gstaad 03; Tokyo, Basel 04)

*Sam Querrey: 7 (Las Vegas 08; L.A. 09; Memphis, Belgrade, Queens, L.A. 10; L.A. 12 )

Dmitry Tursunov: 7 (Mumbai 06; Indianapolis, Bangkok 07; Sydney, Metz 08; Eastbourne 09; 's-Hertogenbosch 11)

Stanislas Wawrinka: 7 (Umag 06; Casablanca 10; Chennai 11; Oeiras 13; Chennai, Australian Open, TMS Monte Carlo 14)

Jordi Arrese: 6 (San Remo, Prague 90; Madrid, Buzios 91; Athens 92; Athens 93)

Paolo Bertolucci: 6 (Florence 75; Barcelona, Florence 76; Florence, Hamburg, Berlin 77)

Jonas Bjorkman: 6 (Auckland, Indianapolis, Stockholm 97; Nottingham 98; Nottingham 02; Ho Chi Minh 05)

Juan Ignacio Chela: 6 (Mexico City 00; Amersfoort 02; Estoril 04; Acapulco 07; Houston, Bucharest 10)

Carlos Costa: 6 (Estoril, Barcelona 92; Hilversum, Buenos Aires 93; Estoril, San Marino 94)

Mark Edmondson: 6 (Australian Open, Brisbane 76; Brisbane 78; Adelaide, Bristol, Brisbane 81)

Mardy Fish: 6 (Stockholm 03; Houston 06; Delray Beach 09; Newport, Atlanta 10; Atlanta 11)

John Fitzgerald: 6 (Kitzbuhel 81; Maui 82; Newport, Stowe 83; Sydney Outdoor 84; Sydney Outdoor 88)

Ernests Gulbis: 6 (Delray Beach 10; L.A. 11; Delray Beach, St. Petersburg 13; Marseille, Nice 14)

Dominik Hrbaty: 6 (San Marino 98; Prague 99; Auckland 01; Adelaide, Auckland, Marseille 04)

Nicolas Kiefer: 6 (Toulouse 97; Tokyo, Halle, Tashkent 99; Dubai, Hong Kong 00)

Karol Kucera: 6 (Rosmalen 95; Ostrava 97; Sydney, New Haven 98; Basel 99; Copenhagen 03)

Amos Mansdorf: 6 (Johannesburg 86; Tel Aviv 87; Auckland, Paris Indoor 88; Rosmalen 90; Washington 93)

Nicolas Massu: 6 (Buenos Aires 02; Amsterdam, Palermo 03; Kitzbuhel, Athens Olympics 04; Costa do Sauipe 06)

Albert Montanes: 6 (Amersfoort 08; Estoril, Bucharest 09; Estoril, Stuttgart 10; Nice 14)

Milos Raonic: 6 (San Jose 11; Chennai, San Jose 12; San Jose, Bangkok 13; Washington 14)

Marty Riessen: 6 (Tehran WCT 71; Quebec WCT 72; Milan WCT 73; Cincinnati 74; Philadelphia WCT 75; Lafayette 79)

Fabrice Santoro: 6 (Lyon 97; Marseille 99; Doha 00; Dubai 02; Newport 07; Newport 08)

Bill Scanlon: 6 (Maui 78; Maui 79; Auckland, Bangkok 81; Zurich WCT 82; Newport 86)

Fernando Verdasco: 6 (Valencia 04; Umag 08; New Haven 09; San Jose, Barcelona 10; Houston 14)

Tim Wilkison: 6 (Sydney Outdoor 78; Auckland 79; Sydney Outdoor 81; Auckland 82; Vienna 84; Nancy 85)

Juan Aguilera: 5 (Aix-En-Provence, Hamburg 84; Bari 89; Nice, Hamburg 90)

Jimmy Arias: 5 (Tokyo Outdoor 82; Florence, Rome, Indianapolis, Palermo 83)

Corrado Barazzutti: 5 (Nice 76; Charlotte WCT, Bastad, Paris Indoor 77; Cairo 80)

Kevin Curren: 5 (Johannesburg 81; Cologne 82; Toronto 85; Atlanta 86; Frankfurt 89)

Younes El Aynaoui: 5 (Amsterdam 99; Bucharest 01; Doha, Casablanca, Munich 02)

Marcelo Filippini: 5 (Bastad 88; Prague 89; Florence 94; Atlanta, St. Poelten 97)

Andres Gimeno: 5 (Hamburg 71; L.A., Roland Garros, Eastbourne, Gstaad 72)

Heinz Gunthardt: 5 (Springfield 78; Rotterdam, Gstaad, Johannesburg; Toulouse 83)

Jakob Hlasek: 5 (Wembley, Johannesburg 88; Rotterdam 89; Wembley 90; Basel 91)

Ivo Karlovic: 5 (Houston, Nottingham, Stockholm 07; Nottingham 08; Bogota 13)

Philipp Kohlschreiber: 5 (Munich 07; Auckland 08; Halle 11; Munich 12; Dusseldorf 14)

Nicolas Lapentti: 5 (Bogota 95; Indianapolis, Lyon 99; Kitzbuhel 01; St. Poelten 02)

Michael Llodra: 5 ('s-Hertogenbosch 04; Adelaide, Rotterdam 08; Marseille, Eastbourne 10)

Peter McNamara: 5 (Berlin 79; Brussels 80; Hamburg, Melbourne Indoor 81; Brussels 83)

Jurgen Melzer: 5 (Bucharest 06; Vienna 09; Vienna 10; Memphis 12; Winston Salem 13)

Gael Monfils: 5 (Sopot 05; Metz 09; Montpellier 10; Stockholm 11; Montpellier 14)

Onny Parun: 5 (Jakarta, Bombay 74; Auckland 75; Auckland, Johannesburg WCT 76)

Cedric Pioline: 5 (Copenhagen 96; Prague 97; Nottingham 99; Rotterdam, Monte Carlo 00)

Paradorn Srichaphan: 5 (Long Island, Stockholm 02; Chennai, Long Island 03; Nottingham 04)

Radek Stepanek: 5 (Rotterdam 06; L.A. 07; Brisbane, San Jose 09; Washington 11)

Henrik Sundstrom: 5 (Nice 83; Bari, Monte Carlo, Bastad 84; Athens 86)

Jonas Svensson: 5 (Cologne 86; Vienna 87; Metz 88; Toulouse 90; Copenhagen 91)

Thierry Tulasne: 5 (Bastad 81; Bologna, Palermo, Barcelona 85; Metz 86)

Marcos Baghdatis: 4 (Beijing 06; Zagreb 07; Stockholm 09; Sydney 10)

Arnaud Clement: 4 (Lyon 00; Metz 03; Marseille, Washington 06)

Horacio de la Pena: 4 (Marbella 85; Florence 89; Kitzbuhel 90; Charlotte 93)

Taylor Dent: 4 (Newport 02; Memphis, Bangkok, Moscow 03)

Colin Dibley: 4 (Kitzbuhel 72; Lacosta WCT, South Orange 73; Perth 80)

Grigor Dimitrov: 4 (Stockholm 13; Acapulco, Bucharest, Queens 14)

Jacco Eltingh: 4 (Manchester 92; Atlanta 93; Schenectady, Kuala Lumpur 94)

Nicolas Escude: 4 (Toulouse 99; Rotterdam 01; Rotterdam 02; Doha 04)

Peter Feigl: 4 (Cleveland 78; Linz, Cairo 79; Lagos 80)

Richard Fromberg: 4 (Bologna, Bastad, Wellington 90; Bucharest 97)

Hans Gildemeister: 4 (Barcelona, Santiago 79; Santiago 81; Bordeaux 82)

Marcel Granollers: 4 (Houston 08; Gstaad, Valencia 11; Kitzbuhel 13)

Sebastien Grosjean: 4 (Nottingham 00; TMS Paris 01; St. Petersburg 02; Lyon 07)

Tim Gullikson: 4 (Newport, Taipei, Adelaide 77; Johannesburg 78)

Feliciano Lopez: 4 (Vienna 04; Johannesburg 10; Eastbourne 13; Eastbourne 14)

Paul-Henri Mathieu: 4 (Moscow, Lyon 02; Casablanca, Gstaad 07)

Andrew Pattison: 4 (Monte Carlo WCT, Johannesburg WCT 74; Laguna Niguel 77; Johannesburg 79)

Javier Sanchez: 4 (Buenos Aires 88; Bologna 89; Bologna 94; Tel Aviv 96)

Rainer Schuettler: 4 (Doha 99; Shanghai 01; Tokyo, Lyon 03)

Jan Siemerink: 4 (Singapore 91; Nottingham 96; Rotterdam, Toulouse 98)

Horst Skoff: 4 (Athens, Vienna 88; Geneva 90; Bastad 93)

Sergiy Stakhovsky: 4 (Zagreb 08; St. Petersburg 09; 's-Hertogenbosch, New Haven 11)

Jason Stoltenberg: 4 (Manchester 93; Birmingham 94; Coral Springs 96; Coral Springs 97)

Janko Tipsarevic: 4 (Kuala Lumpur, Moscow 11; Stuttgart 12; Chennai 13)

Butch Walts: 4 (Boca Raton 76; San Francisco 77; Dayton, Bologna 79)

Malivai Washington: 4 (Memphis, Charlotte 92; Ostrava 94; Bermuda 96)

Mark Woodforde: 4 (Auckland 86; Adelaide 88; Adelaide 89; Philadelphia 93)

Jose Acasuso: 3 (Sopot 02; Bucharest 04; Vina del Mar 06)

Ronald Agenor: 3 (Athens 89; Genova, Berlin 90)

Victor Amaya: 3 (Adelaide 77; Surbiton 79; Washington 80)

Mario Ancic: 3 ('s-Hertogenbosch 05; 's-Hertogenbosch, St. Petersburg 06)

Igor Andreev: 3 (Valencia, Palermo, Moscow 05)

Pablo Andujar: 3 (Casablanca 11; Casablanca 12; Gstaad 14)

Paul Annacone: 3 (L.A., Brisbane 85; Vienna 89)

Jay Berger: 3 (Buenos Aires 86; Sao Paulo 88; Charleston 89)

Arnaud Boetsch: 3 (Rosmalen, Toulouse 93; Toulouse 95)

Paolo Cane: 3 (Bordeaux 86; Bastad 89; Bologna 91)

Kenneth Carlsen: 3 (Hong Kong 98; Tokyo 02; Memphis 05)

Franco Davin: 3 (St. Vincent 89; Palermo 90; Bogota 94)

Scott Davis: 3 (Maui 83; Tokyo Outdoor 85; Auckland 90)

Phil Dent: 3 (Sydney Outdoor 71; Brisbane, Sydney Outdoor 79)

Slava Dosedel: 3 (Santiago 95; Munich 96; Amsterdam 97)

Kelly Evernden: 3 (Bristol, Brisbane 87; Wellington 89)

Peter Fleming: 3 (Bologna 78; Cincinnati, L.A. 79)

Fabio Fognini: 3 (Stuttgart, Hamburg 13; Vina del Mar 14)

Javier Frana: 3 (Guaruja 91; Santiago 93; Nottingham 95)

Jan-Michael Gambill: 3 (Scottsdale 99; Delray Beach 01; Delray Beach 03)

Andrea Gaudenzi: 3 (Casablanca 98; St. Poelten, Bastad 01)

Robby Ginepri: 3 (Newport 03; Indianapolis 05; Indianapolis 09)

Joachim Johansson: 3 (Memphis 04; Adelaide, Marseille 05)

Stefan Koubek: 3 (Atlanta 99; Delray Beach 00; Doha 03)

Nicklas Kulti: 3 (Adelaide 91; Adelaide 93; Halle 96)

Chris Lewis: 3 (Kitzbuhel 78; Munich 81; Auckland 85)

Peter Lundgren: 3 (Cologne 85; Rye Brook, San Francisco 87)

Xavier Malisse: 3 (Delray Beach 05; Chennai, Delray Beach 07)

Alberto Mancini: 3 (Bologna 88; Monte Carlo, Rome 89)

Alberto Martin: 3 (Casablanca, Bucharest 99; Mallorca 01)

Mario Martinez: 3 (Bordeaux 80; Venice 81; Palermo 82)

Wally Masur: 3 (Hong Kong 83; Adelaide 86; Newport 88)

Fernando Meligeni: 3 (Bastad 95; Pinehurst 96; Prague 98)

Andrei Pavel: 3 (Tokyo 98; St. Poelten 00; TMS Montreal 01)

Mikael Pernfors: 3 (L.A., Scottsdale 88; Montreal 93)

David Prinosil: 3 (Newport 95; Ostrava 96; Halle 00)

Mariano Puerta: 3 (Palermo 98; Bogota 00; Casablanca 05)

Richey Reneberg: 3 (Tampa 91; Kuala Lumpur 93; Rosmalen 96)

Manuel Santana: 3 (Philadelphia WCT 68; Bastad 69; Barcelona 70)

Andreas Seppi: 3 (Eastbourne 11; Belgrade, Moscow 12)

Franco Squillari: 3 (Munich 99; Munich, Stuttgart 00)

Carl-Uwe Steeb: 3 (Gstaad 89; Genova 91; Moscow 95)

Bohdan Ulihrach: 3 (Prague, Montevideo 95; Umag 98)

Fernando Vicente: 3 (Merano 99; Casablanca 00; Bogota 01)

Alexander Volkov: 3 (Milan 91; Auckland 93; Moscow 94)

Kim Warwick: 3 (Bangalore 76; Adelaide 79; Johannesburg 80)

David Wheaton: 3 (Kiawah Island 90; Grand Slam Cup 91; Newport 94)

Van Winitsky: 3 (Hong Kong 81; Guaruja, Hilton Head WCT 82)

Mariano Zabaleta: 3 (Bogota 98; Bastad 03; Bastad 04)

Karim Alami: 2 (Atlanta, Palermo 96)

Julian Alonso: 2 (Santiago 97; Bologna 98)

Kevin Anderson: 2 (Johannesburg 11; Delray Beach 12)

Patrick Baur: 2 (Guaruja, Seoul 91)

Thomaz Bellucci: 3 (Gstaad 09; Santiago 10; Gstaad 12)

Byron Black: 2 (Seoul 96; Chennai 99)

Darren Cahill: 2 (Gstaad 88; San Francisco 91)

Agustin Calleri: 2 (Acapulco 03; Kitzbuhel 06)

Omar Camporese: 2 (Rotterdam 91; Milan 92)

Francesco Cancellotti: 2 (Florence, Palermo 84)

Tomas Carbonell: 2 (Maceio 92; Casablanca 96)

Andrei Cherkasov: 2 (Moscow 90; Moscow 91)

Dick Crealy: 2 (Bastad 70; Nice 75)

Pablo Cuevas: 2 (Bastad, Umag 14)

Steve Darcis: 2 (Amersfoort 07; Memphis 08)

Filip Dewulf: 2 (Vienna 95; Kitzbuhel 97)

Mark Dickson: 2 (Houston WCT, Toulouse 84)

Alexandr Dolgopolov: 2 (Umag 11; Washington 12)

Yahiya Doumbia: 2 (Lyon 88; Bordeaux 95)

Renzo Furlan: 2 (San Jose, Casablanca 94

Guillermo Garcia-Lopez: 2 (Kitzbuhel 09; Bangkok 10)

Angel Gimenez: 2 (Vienna, Bournemouth 80)

Shlomo Glickstein: 2 (Hobart 80; South Orange 81)

Marc-Kevin Goellner: 2 (Nice 93; Marbella 96)

David Goffin: 2 (Kitzbuhel, Metz 14)

Dan Goldie: 2 (Newport 87; Seoul 88)

Jerome Golmard: 2 (Dubai 99; Chennai 00)

Jim Grabb: 2 (Seoul 87; Taipei 92)

Robin Haase: 2 (Kitzbuhel 11; Kitzbuhel 12)

Luis Horna: 2 (Acapulco 06; Vina del Mar 07)

Andrew Ilie: 2 (Coral Springs 98; Atlanta 00)

Kelly Jones: 2 (Singapore 89; Singapore 90)

Bernd Karbacher: 2 (Cologne 92; Bastad 94)

Jan Kroslak: 2 (Tel Aviv 95; Shanghai 97)

Nicolas Mahut: 2 ('s-Hertogenbosch, Newport 13)

Paul McNamee: 2 (Palm Harbor 80; Baltimore WCT 82)

Terry Moor: 2 (Tokyo Outdoor 79; Cleveland 84)

Jarkko Nieminen: 2 (Auckland 06; Sydney 12)

Andrei Olhovskiy: 2 (Copenhagen 93; Shanghai 96)

Jaime Oncins: 2 (Bologna, Buzios 92)

Nicolas Pereira: 2 (Bogota 94; Newport 96)

Stefano Pescosolido: 2 (Scottsdale 92; Tel Aviv 93)

Hank Pfister: 2 (Maui 81; Newport 82)

Ulrich Pinner: 2 (Stuttgart Outdoor 78; Gstaad 79)

Olivier Rochus: 2 (Palermo 00; Munich 06)

Lukas Rosol: 2 (Bucharest 13; Winston Salem 14)

Christian Saceanu: 2 (Bristol 88; Rosmalen 91)

John Sadri: 2 (Auckland 80; Denver 82)

David Sanchez: 2 (Vina del Mar, Bucharest 03)

Davide Sanguinetti: 2 (Milan, Delray Beach 02)

Florent Serra: 2 (Bucharest 05; Adelaide 06)

Bryan Shelton: 2 (Newport 91; Newport 92)

Martin Sinner: 2 (Copenhagen, Johannesburg 95)

Jonathan Stark: 2 (Bolzano 93; Singapore 96)

Jeff Tarango: 2 (Wellington, Tel Aviv 92)

Bernard Tomic: 2 (Sydney 13; Bogota 14)

Marian Vajda: 2 (Prague 87; Geneva 88)

Christo Van Rensburg: 2 (Orlando 87; Johannesburg 89)

Martin Verkerk: 2 (Milan 03; Amersfoort 04)

Filippo Volandri: 2 (St. Poelten 04; Palermo 06)

Chris Woodruff: 2 (Montreal 97; Newport 99)

Simon Youl: 2 (Schenectady 89; Singapore 92)

Chuck Adams: 1 (Seoul 93)

Pieter Aldrich: 1 (Newport 90)

Jose Francisco Altur: 1 (San Marino 89)

Matt Anger: 1 (Johannesburg 85)

Alex Antonitsch: 1 (Seoul 90)

Hicham Arazi: 1 (Casablanca 97)

Carsten Arriens: 1 (Guaruja 92)

Wayne Arthurs: 1 (Scottsdale 05)

Juan Balcells: 1 (Bucharest 00)

Jeremy Bates: 1 (Seoul 94)

Roberto Bautista-Agut: 1 ('s-Hertogenbosch 14)

Benjamin Becker: 1 ('s-Hertogenbosch 09)

Dominique Bedel: 1 (Bogota 80)

Carlos Berlocq: 1 (Bastad 13)

Galo Blanco: 1 (San Marino 99)

Julien Boutter: 1 (Casablanca 03)

Daniele Bracciali: 1 (Casablanca 06)

Fritz Buehning: 1 (Sydney Outdoor 80)

Wilhelm Bungert: 1 (Dusseldorf 70)

Lars Burgsmuller: 1 (Copenhagen 01)

Jordi Burillo: 1 (Bologna 93)

Alex Calatrava: 1 (San Marino 00)

Jonathan Canter: 1 (Melbourne 85)

Roberto Carretero: 1 (Hamburg 96)

Sergio Casal: 1 (Florence 85)

Dan Cassidy: 1 (Melbourne 84)

Jeremy Chardy: 1 (Stuttgart 09)

Simone Colombo: 1 (St. Vincent 86)

Arnaud Di Pasquale: 1 (Palermo 99)

Ivan Dodig: 1 (Zagreb 11)

Peter Doohan: 1 (Adelaide 84)

Scott Draper: 1 (Queens 98)

Anthony Dupuis: 1 (Milan 04)

Eddie Edwards: 1 (Adelaide 85)

Frederic Fontang: 1 (Palermo 91)

Rolf Gehring: 1 (Munich 80)

Neville Godwin: 1 (Newport 01)

Tom Gullikson: 1 (Newport 85)

Hernan Gumy: 1 (Santiago 96)

Jan Gunnarsson: 1 (Vienna 85)

Paul Haarhuis: 1 (Jakarta 95)

Mauricio Hadad: 1 (Bermuda 95)

Jerome Haehnel: 1 (Metz 04)

Victor Hanescu: 1 (Gstaad 08)

Per Hjertquist: 1 (Sofia 80)

Eric Jelen: 1 (Bristol 89)

Martin Klizan: 1 (St. Petersburg 12)

Mark Koevermans: 1 (Athens 90)

Nicklas Kroon: 1 (Brisbane 89)

Igor Kunitsyn: 1 (Moscow 08)

Leonardo Lavalle: 1 (Tel Aviv 91)

Hyung-Taik Lee: 1 (Sydney 03)

Juan Antonio Marin: 1 (Bastad 99)

Gabriel Markus: 1 (Nice 92)

Shuzo Matsuoka: 1 (Seoul 92)

Andreas Maurer: 1 (Madrid 85)

Florian Mayer: 1 (Bucharest 11)

Leonardo Mayer: 1 (Hamburg 14)

Ricardo Mello: 1 (Delray Beach 04)

Claudio Mezzadri: 1 (Geneva 87)

Christian Miniussi: 1 (Sao Paulo 91)

Max Mirnyi: 1 (Rotterdam 03)

Matt Mitchell: 1 (Melbourne Indoor 84)

Wesley Moodie: 1 (Tokyo 05)

Massimiliano Narducci: 1 (Florence 88)

Alex O'Brien: 1 (New Haven 96)

Ricki Osterthun: 1 (Hilversum 85)

Leander Paes: 1 (Newport 98)

Claudio Panatta: 1 (Bari 85)

Diego Perez: 1 (Bordeaux 85)

Philipp Petszchner: 1 (Vienna 08)

Libor Pimek: 1 (Munich 84)

Dimitri Poliakov: 1 (Umag 91)

Albert Portas: 1 (TMS Hamburg 01)

Gianluca Pozzi: 1 (Brisbane 91)

Goran Prpic: 1 (Umag 90)

Jim Pugh: 1 (Newport 89)

Rajeev Ram: 1 (Newport 09)

Guillaume Raoux: 1 (Brisbane 92)

Derrick Rostagno: 1 (New Haven 90)

Danny Saltz: 1 (Auckland 84)

Sargis Sargsian: 1 (Newport 97)

Gilbert Schaller: 1 (Casablanca 95)

Howard Schoenfield: 1 (Tulsa 80)

Joao Sousa: 1 (Kuala Lumpur 13)

Vincent Spadea: 1 (Scottsdale 04)

Milan Srejber: 1 (Rye Brook 88)

Larry Stefanki: 1 (La Quinta 85)

Ulf Stenlund: 1 (Palermo 86)

Ryan Sweeting: 1 (Houston 11)

Michal Tabara: 1 (Chennai 01)

Mikael Tillstrom: 1 (Chennai 97)

Jan Vacek: 1 (Salvador 01)

Vincent Van Patten: 1 (Tokyo Indoor 81)

Santiago Ventura: 1 (Casablanca 04)

Andreas Vinciguerra: 1 (Copenhagen 00)

Adrian Voinea: 1 (Bournemouth 99)

Trey Waltke: 1 (Montgomery 79)

Robbie Weiss: 1 (Sao Paulo 90)

Peter Wessels: 1 (Newport 00)

Horacio Zeballos: 1 (Vina del Mar 13)

Markus Zoecke: 1 (Sun City 94)



*Players who won on all surfaces in the same year:
Jimmy Connors (1972, 1974, 1978)
Ilie Nastase (1972-73)
Stan Smith (1974)
Bjorn Borg (1974, 1977-80)
John McEnroe (1979, 1981, 1984)
Mats Wilander (1983)
Ivan Lendl (1989)
Michael Stich (1991)
Pete Sampras (1994)
Roger Federer (2003-05, 2007-08, 2012)
Andy Roddick (2005)
Sam Querrey (2010)
Novak Djokovic (2014)

Chloe le Bopper
02-23-2003, 10:20 PM
Thanks, it's certaintly easier to just come here to look for a particular title than it is to search for it on any given site.

What site was this all from?

Sjengster
02-24-2003, 02:53 PM
It was from tenniscorner.net, which is I think a fairly well-known website, but I thought it would be handy to put them on here.

Nimi
02-27-2003, 06:12 PM
Interesting, there were like 6 people who won more titles than Pere:

Connors
McEnroe
Lendl
Vilas (i think, not quite sure), & i'm sure there were more.

Sjengster
03-01-2003, 02:32 PM
Yes, I was thinking of putting them down as well, but all the websites I've seen only list the official ATP tournaments that they won, and if you only count them then their total number of titles is substantially lower. If you only counted Connors' ATP titles, he would have something like 70 titles, not the huge figure of 109 that he actually holds. And if I'm right, Lendl has by far the biggest number of ATP titles, 94 in total, including one particularly good year in 1982 when he won an amazing 15 tournaments.

Nimi
07-03-2003, 01:55 PM
Could this list be updated? :D

Sjengster
07-18-2003, 02:54 PM
Sorry I was over two weeks in replying Nimi, but now that I can edit my post - yep, it's updated.

Sjengster
07-20-2003, 07:07 PM
*Updated to include Coria and Massu's South American double today*

Doris Loeffel
08-08-2003, 07:39 PM
Hey Sjengster could you do the national list as well as you did at Rebeccas site!! (Just don't forget Jakub Hlasek ;) )

azza
09-22-2003, 03:55 AM
SCOTTY DRAPER :D

Sjengster
09-28-2003, 02:38 PM
*Updated to include a few minor Roddick victories over the summer which I forgot about, plus post-US Open tournament wins*

MisterQ
01-08-2004, 05:50 AM
Nice list to have around. Thanks Sjengster!

btw, think Andre will catch Pete in titles? It's certainly mathematically possible, but if he retires soon it won't happen...

Ma. Estefania
01-08-2004, 06:17 PM
Lots of thanx for it....it's quite interesting. :)

Sjengster
01-10-2004, 03:58 PM
*updated to include Escude's first outdoor title, tying him with Santoro for most titles of the active French players - a low-scoring bunch, aren't they?*

Nacho
01-13-2004, 08:43 PM
omg I never noticed Enqvist had won so many titles :o

Sjengster
01-17-2004, 10:46 PM
*updated to include a double success for the Dominator and Hewitt's 20th career title, tying him with fellow baseline grinder Brad Gilbert - is it too early to say that he is easily the most successful of the New Balls?*

SaFed2005
01-27-2004, 12:24 AM
*is it too early to say that he is easily the most successful of the New Balls?*


Great List
Yeah i think it's to early to say he's the most succesful of the new balls... Mnay ohters better than him at this point... Like Federer, Roddick, Ferrero, Nalbandian and so on...

Sjengster
01-27-2004, 07:39 PM
Yes, but in terms of career achievements he is easily the most successful - success does not equal present quality. Let's wait until one of the three players out of the four you mentioned wins this AO, then they'll be close - in fact, only Ferrero might actually surpass Hewitt in overall career achievement if he takes the title, given that he has been to no. 1 before and has more TMS titles.

J. Corwin
01-28-2004, 11:49 AM
Yes, but in terms of career achievements he is easily the most successful - success does not equal present quality. Let's wait until one of the three players out of the four you mentioned wins this AO, then they'll be close - in fact, only Ferrero might actually surpass Hewitt in overall career achievement if he takes the title, given that he has been to no. 1 before and has more TMS titles.

I wouldn't think so. Hewitt still has won two TMC's (bigger than TMS) and ended two years at #1. That plus his higher titles count still would give him a significant lead over Ferrero.

J. Corwin
01-28-2004, 11:50 AM
Nice list to have around. Thanks Sjengster!

btw, think Andre will catch Pete in titles? It's certainly mathematically possible, but if he retires soon it won't happen...


Yes he definitely can. An extra exceptional year, or two good years should do it.

Sjengster
02-02-2004, 01:24 AM
*updated for title number 12 and GS title number 2 for Federer - he's slowly gaining ground on Hewitt...*

Sjengster
02-22-2004, 11:47 PM
*updated to include newest February wins - Hewitt's first European indoor title, in fact his first European title on a surface other than grass, Coria's revenge over Moya in Buenos Aires and title no. 1 for Johansson the Younger*

RogiFan88
02-23-2004, 05:28 PM
*updated to include newest February wins - Hewitt's first European indoor title, in fact his first European title on a surface other than grass, Coria's revenge over Moya in Buenos Aires and title no. 1 for Johansson the Younger*

Now that's an interesting fact, Sjengst... I was hoping Juanqui w take that title... a good one!!

Thanks for the update.

dagmar7
02-26-2004, 12:29 PM
Thank you for the list and the updates--very convenient to have the information easily available.:D

A small correction: Wayne Ferreira has 15 titles. You are missing L.A. 2003.

Sjengster
02-26-2004, 11:51 PM
Why, I never realised - thanks for the information. It's corrected.

Lee
02-27-2004, 07:52 PM
Sjengster, you listed 19 titles for Guga but the number there is 18.

Sjengster
02-27-2004, 09:58 PM
Sjengster, you listed 19 titles for Guga but the number there is 18.

Other way round, I think you'll find. ;) Anyway, it's been changed. Anyone got any more, huh? :p

Sjengster
02-27-2004, 10:01 PM
Actually, I just realised that your way of putting it amounts to the same thing - basically, I'm quibbling over semantics. However you say it, I had Kuerten with 18 titles and then listed 19 afterwards, so it's been fixed. Phew!

Sjengster
03-01-2004, 02:00 PM
*updated to include a second home title for Kuerten that takes him to the big 20, and a third win of the year for Hrbaty - in the space of two months, he's doubled his career titles*

Sjengster
03-07-2004, 10:15 PM
*updated for March victories - Cousin Vinny finally gets on the board after a 10-year career, Federer is the first successful defender of Dubai and Moya racks up a second title from four finals this year*

Neely
03-08-2004, 02:06 AM
great work, Sjengster :yeah:

Lee
03-17-2004, 05:00 AM
Sorry Sjengster, it's about Guga again.

His 2002 title is from Costa Do Sauipe, not Salvador ;)

Masto22
03-17-2004, 04:18 PM
Oh my god, you are forgetting Guillermo Vilas!!!

Sjengster
03-17-2004, 06:21 PM
Fine Lee, fine... I remember it being referred to as such back in 2002 on the ATP website, though. Somebody screwed up.

Masto, I'm also forgetting Borg, Connors, McEnroe et al because there's the problem of estimating how many titles they won, given that not all were ATP events (e.g. Connors' personal tour that enabled him to rack up the victories). The ATP website has them, but they're in alphabetical order in each year when I want them in chronological order... You see, indirectly everything is the ATP site's fault.

Sjengster
03-21-2004, 11:38 PM
*updated to include Federer's 14th title and second TMS title - can anyone halt the Federer Express? I hope so, and I'm saying this as a fan of him*

wilson4
04-02-2004, 12:26 AM
nice thread, you are walking encyclopedia, I know where to come to get stats :)

Frooty_Bazooty
04-15-2004, 07:57 PM
Arnaud Clement also won Metz 2003

Im surprised Grosjean, Nalbandian and Haas have so few :eek:

Action Jackson
04-18-2004, 03:07 PM
Fernando Verdasco won his 1st title 2004 Valencia.

Sjengster
04-18-2004, 03:18 PM
Yeah, I saw... I'll wait till the Estoril final is finished though, and do 'em both together.

Sjengster
04-18-2004, 06:02 PM
*updated to include a first win for Verdasco, who becomes the fourth debutante title winner this year, and a very successful week for Chela, who becomes the first player since Federer in Vienna last year to claim both the singles and doubles titles at the same event*

Sjengster
05-16-2004, 05:50 PM
*updated to include clay TMS victories for Coria, Moya and Federer, plus Robredo and Davydenko's optional titles*

Sjengster
05-22-2004, 06:15 PM
*a great week for the young Vs as Volandri and Ventura pick up debut ATP titles*

Sjengster
02-07-2005, 02:18 PM
*updated for 2005 up to Milan, Delray and Vina del Mar*

Marusha
02-18-2005, 12:42 PM
I prefer to have such information on my desktop.
Do you ever use tennis software?

Pina
02-18-2005, 01:49 PM
Great job Sjengster! :worship:

Joachim Johansson has 3 titles by now. ;)

Sjengster
08-04-2005, 02:36 AM
*bump*

Surface is now indicated for players with a large number of titles, and yes it was as hard as it looks.

Doris Loeffel
08-04-2005, 11:44 AM
Great topic Sjengster!!
I remember once you had a statistic countrywise in an other Forum do you run that still too?

Sjengster
08-05-2005, 03:26 PM
Yes, it was on the other board, and I think it was for active players only - I'll post an updated version here.

gvhvhg
08-18-2005, 11:45 AM
great stuff Sjengster!!! I couldn't see Vijay Amritraj on the list. How many does he have?

gvhvhg
08-18-2005, 12:04 PM
Vijay won 16 titles

stebs
08-18-2005, 12:22 PM
nice stats Sjenster, cheers. I am shocked to see that Pioline only got 5 titles.

Sjengster
08-19-2005, 02:07 AM
Thanks for mentioning Amritraj, I always manage to forget a significant player somewhere along the line. Updated now. The man gets respect from me for winning on all surfaces and appearing in my favourite Bond film...

Sjengster
10-16-2005, 04:34 PM
*bump*

Blake, Ljubo and Andreev all claim title #3 within hours of each other.

Dirk
10-16-2005, 05:48 PM
Yes, I was thinking of putting them down as well, but all the websites I've seen only list the official ATP tournaments that they won, and if you only count them then their total number of titles is substantially lower. If you only counted Connors' ATP titles, he would have something like 70 titles, not the huge figure of 109 that he actually holds. And if I'm right, Lendl has by far the biggest number of ATP titles, 94 in total, including one particularly good year in 1982 when he won an amazing 15 tournaments.

I believe Connors would have 65 titles from the ATP. I read that somewhere. I actually forget the name of the tour Connors played on outside of the ATP. Lendl is truely godlike with 94 ATP titles. Love the thread. I hope you keep updating it from time to time.

Sjengster
10-16-2005, 06:04 PM
I've been updating it for over two and a half years, if anyone's noticed! :p

Dirk
10-18-2005, 02:23 AM
I've been noticing and I hope you keep it up. :) I look forward to you adding RG to Roger's list next year. :)

NYCtennisfan
10-29-2005, 08:29 AM
I believe Connors would have 65 titles from the ATP. I read that somewhere. I actually forget the name of the tour Connors played on outside of the ATP. Lendl is truely godlike with 94 ATP titles. Love the thread. I hope you keep updating it from time to time.

A lot of the players in the ealry 70's had boosted title totals because there were two different tours at the time. You had some players play exclusively or almost exclusively on the aTP tour and there were the WCT events. This allowed for more than one player to have big title totals.

NYCtennisfan
10-29-2005, 08:31 AM
I am not sure if this is your intent or not but there is a huge list of players who have won 1 title. Do you want to include all of them?

Sjengster
10-29-2005, 03:00 PM
I'm planning to get round to all of them, but I'm sure you'll appreciate that it's a mammoth task.

TennisGrandSlam
11-29-2005, 05:00 AM
ATP official pages says that Borg has 61 Singles titles?

http://www.atptennis.com/en/players/playerprofiles/Titles/default.asp?playernumber=B058


SINGLES CAREER TITLES (61): 1974--Adelaide, Bastad, Boston, London WCT, Roland Garros, Rome, Sao Paulo WCT; 1975--Barcelona, Bologna WCT, Boston, Richmond-WCT, Roland Garros; 1976--Boston, Dallas WCT, Dusseldorf, Sao Paulo WCT, Toronto Indoor WCT, Wimbledon; 1977--Barcelona, Basel, Cologne, Denver, Madrid, Memphis, Monte Carlo WCT, Nice, Pepsi Grand Slam, Wembley, Wimbledon; 1978--Bastad, Birmingham WCT, Las Vegas, Milan WCT, Pepsi Grand Slam, Roland Garros, Rome, Tokyo Indoor, Wimbledon; 1979--Bastad, Las Vegas, Masters, Monte Carlo, Montreal / Toronto, Palermo, Pepsi Grand Slam, Richmond WCT, Roland Garros, Rotterdam, Tokyo Indoor, Wimbledon; 1980--Las Vegas, Masters, Monte Carlo, Nice, Pepsi Grand Slam, Roland Garros, Stockholm, Wimbledon; 1981--Geneva, Roland Garros, Stuttgart Outdoor

TennisGrandSlam
11-30-2005, 05:31 PM
Should add this guy - ROD LAVER

SINGLES CAREER TITLES (39):

1968 -- Los Angeles, Wimbledon

1969 -- Australian Open, Philadelphia WCT, Roland Garros, US Open, Wimbledon

1970 -- London / Queen's Club, Los Angeles, Louisville, Montreal / Toronto, Philadelphia WCT, South Orange, St. Louis WCT

1971 -- Berkeley, Bologna WCT, Fort Worth WCT, London, Rome

1972 -- Denver WCT, Houston WCT, Philadelphia WCT, Richmond WCT, Toronto WCT

1973 -- Hong Kong, Miami WCT, Richmond WCT, Sydney Indoor, Toronto WCT

1974 -- Bretton Woods, Houston, Las Vegas, Palm Desert WCT, Philadelphia WCT, Tokyo WCT

1975 -- Caracas WCT, La Costa WCT, Orlando WCT, Sao Paulo WCT

TennisGrandSlam
01-07-2006, 06:23 PM
GRASS
CLAY
OUTDOOR HARD/CARPET
INDOOR HARD/CARPET


Roger Federer: 36 (Milan 01; Sydney, AMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, AMS Indian Wells, AMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, AMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, AMS Indian Wells, AMS Miami, AMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, AMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, AMS Indian Wells
06)


Updated in 21st Mar, 2006 :cool:

Doris Loeffel
02-09-2006, 12:08 PM
Thanks Sjengster for keeping the stats updated - it's fun to look at them once in a while.

Sjengster
02-20-2006, 03:40 AM
*bump*

Moya closing in on 20 titles, Clement achieves a French indoor treble, and Scotland has title representation on the ATP Tour at last....

Nathaliia
03-07-2006, 07:22 PM
so here I am as I promised, great thread Sjengster :yeah:
And I have never had a clue Wojciech Fibak won 15 titles :eek: one even in Dayton :lol: while "Daytona" is the most famous disco in Wrocław :lol: I fear we are not going to have such a player anytime :help: :awww: :sad: :tears: :sad: :sobbing: :hysteric:

Junes
04-12-2006, 08:57 AM
Only 37 titles now,still too long way to go,Roger.
I hope he will surpass Stefan Edberg by the end of this year

TennisGrandSlam
04-14-2006, 04:52 PM
Lists of players who won 10 or more ATP singles titles in an individual year:


GRASS
CLAY
OUTDOOR HARD/CARPET
INDOOR HARD/CARPET



Jimmy Connors - 1973 (11)
Baltimore, Roanoke, Salt Lake City, Salisbury, Hampton, Paramus, Boston, Columbus, Quebec, L.A., Johannesburg


Jimmy Connors - 1974 (14)
Australian Open, Roanoke, Little Rock, Birmingham, Salisbury, Hampton, Salt Lake City, Tempe, Wimbledon, Indianapolis, US Open, L.A., London, Johannesburg


Jimmy Connors - 1976 (12)
Birmingham, Philadelphia WCT, Hampton, Palm Springs, Denver WCT, Las Vegas, Washington, North Conway, Indianapolis, US Open, Cologne, Wembley


Jimmy Connors - 1978 (10)
Philadelphia WCT, Denver, Memphis, Rotterdam WTC, Birmingham, Washington, Indianapolis, Stowe, US Open, Sydney Indoor


Ivan Lendl - 1981 (10)
Stuttgart Indoor, Las Vegas, Montreal, Madrid, Barcelona, Basel, Vienna, Cologne, Buenos Aires, Masters


Ivan Lendl - 1982 (15)
Delray Beach WCT, Genoa WCT, Munich WCT, Strasbourg WCT, Frankfurt, Houston, Dallas WCT, Forest Hills WCT, Washington, North Conway, Cincinnati, L.A. WCT, Naples WCT, Hartford WCT, Masters


Ivan Lendl - 1985 (11)
Fort Myers, Monte Carlo, Dallas, Forest Hills, Indianapolis, US Open, Stuttgart Outdoor, Sydney Indoor, Tokyo Indoor, Wembley, Masters


Ivan Lendl - 1990 (10)
Australian Open, Scottsdale, Key Biscayne, Forest Hills, Hamburg, Queens, Montreal, Bordeaux, Sydney Indoor, Stockholm


John McEnroe - 1979 (10)
New Orleans, Milan, San Jose, Dallas WCT, Queens, South Orange, US Open, San Francisco, Stockholm, Wembley


John McEnroe - 1984 (13)
Philadelphia, Richmond WCT, Madrid, Brussels, Dallas WCT, Forest Hills WCT, Queens, Wimbledon, Toronto, US Open, San Francisco, Stockholm, Masters


Pete Sampras - 1994 (10)
Sydney Outdoor, Australian Open, Indian Wells, Key Biscayne, Osaka, Tokyo Outdoor, Rome, Wimbledon, Antwerp, Singles Championship


Guillermo Vilas - 1977 (16)
Springfield, Buenos Aires, Virginia Beach, Roland Garros, Kitzbuhel, Washington, Louisville, South Orange, Columbus, US Open, Paris, Tehran, Bogota, Santiago, Buenos Aires-2, Johannesburg WCT


Bjorn Borg - 1977 (11)
Memphis, Nice, Monte Carlo WCT, Denver, Wimbledon, Pepsi Grand Slam, Madrid, Barcelona, Basel, Cologne, Wembley


Bjorn Borg - 1979 (12)
Richmond WCT, Pepsi Grand Slam, Rotterdam, Monte Carlo, Las Vegas, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Bastad, Toronto, Palermo, Tokyo Indoor, Masters


Ilie Nastase - 1972 (12)
Baltimore, Omaha, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Nice, Dusseldorf, Montreal, US Open, South Orange, Seattle, London, Masters


Ilie Nastase - 1973 (14)
Omaha, Calgary, Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Florence, Roland Garros, Rome, Queens, Gstaad, Cincinnati, Barcelona, Paris Indoor, Masters


Thomas Muster - 1995 (12)
Mexico City, Estoril, Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Rome, Roland Garros, St Poelten, Stuttgart Outdoor, San Marino, Umag, Bucharest, Essen


Roger Federer - 2004 (11)
Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup


Roger Federer - 2005 (11)
Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok


Rafael Nadal - 2005 (11)
Costa do Sauipe, Acapulco, TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Rome, Roland Garros, Bastad, Stuttgart, TMS Montreal, Beijing, TMS Madrid

TennisGrandSlam
06-18-2006, 02:08 PM
Please updated!


Roger Federer: 39 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Halle, Wimbledon 06)

Sjengster
07-10-2006, 02:07 AM
Done!

jtipson
07-10-2006, 06:33 PM
Shouldn't Lleyton have 25 with Queen's 06?

Sjengster
07-10-2006, 07:31 PM
I thought it was there already. :p 'Tis now.

Doris Loeffel
08-21-2006, 11:50 AM
Thanks Sjengster for hanging in there!!
Great job!!

oz_boz
08-24-2006, 12:39 PM
This is superb, thanks Sjengster.

Sjengster
09-17-2006, 11:18 PM
Two new debutantes today, Baghdatis and Melzer.

TennisGrandSlam
10-05-2006, 10:04 AM
James Blake: 7 (Washington 02; New Haven, Stockholm 05; Sydney, Las Vegas, Indianapolis, Bangkok 06)

Sjengster
10-05-2006, 03:32 PM
Thanks for the reminder, I forgot Volandri and Tursunov as well.

TennisGrandSlam
10-05-2006, 04:17 PM
*updated for March victories - Cousin Vinny finally gets on the board after a 10-year career, Federer is the first successful defender of Dubai and Moya racks up a second title from four finals this year*

Can you add Rod Laver? :o

Scott_tennis
10-06-2006, 04:12 AM
Some comments on the Connors list:

1. In 1973 Quebec was held after LA, so the order of those two should be reversed.

2. I have also listings of the following "non-ATP tour" titles for Connors:
1/23/72 Roanoke (d Zednik in F)
6/8/74 Manchester (d Collins in F)
11/20/77 WCT Las Vegas (d Tanner in F); this event was separate from the Alan King Las Vegas event already on the list
6/10/78 Beckenham (d Smith in F)
2/25/79 WCT Puerto Rico (d Gerulaitis in F)
I would imagine that 4 of these 5 events make up the gap from 105 to 109 career titles. I am not sure which of the five would be considered as an "exhibition" or would otherwise not count towards the overall total.

3. While most of the Connors wins are from the ATP, Grand Prix or WCT tours, I believe the following 21 titles can be attributed to the USLTA/USTA/IPA Bill Riordan winter indoor circuit: 72- Jacksonville, Roanoke, 73- Baltimore, Roanoke, Salt Lake, Salisbury, Hampton, Paramus, 74- Roanoke, Little Rock, Birmingham, Salisbury, Hampton, Salt Lake City, Tempe, 75- Birmingham, Salisbury, Boca, Hampton, 76- Birmingham, Hampton.

Scott_tennis
10-06-2006, 04:21 AM
I have the following suggested additions for the Rod Laver list:

1968: He also won pro events in Buenos Aires, Wembley (2x), New York, US Pro (Boston), French Pro, Corpus Christi, Sao Paulo and La Paz

1969: In addition to the 5 mentioned titles he also won Orlando pro, LA pro, S African, Anaheim pro, Madison Square Garden pro, Wembley, US Pro (Boston), St Louis pro, Binghamton pro, Ft Worth pro, Baltimore, London and Madrid

1970: In addition to the 7 mentioned titles he also won WCT Sydney, SOuth African open, WCT FT Worth, WCT Vancouver, Wembley and the TCC in New York.

1971: He won the TCC again

Scott_tennis
10-06-2006, 04:27 AM
Ken Rosewall and John Newcombe should also appear on this least, as each of them had 25+ career titles in the open era.

TennisGrandSlam
10-06-2006, 09:22 AM
Some comments on the Connors list:

1. In 1973 Quebec was held after LA, so the order of those two should be reversed.

2. I have also listings of the following "non-ATP tour" titles for Connors:
1/23/72 Roanoke (d Zednik in F)
6/8/74 Manchester (d Collins in F)
11/20/77 WCT Las Vegas (d Tanner in F); this event was separate from the Alan King Las Vegas event already on the list
6/10/78 Beckenham (d Smith in F)
2/25/79 WCT Puerto Rico (d Gerulaitis in F)
I would imagine that 4 of these 5 events make up the gap from 105 to 109 career titles. I am not sure which of the five would be considered as an "exhibition" or would otherwise not count towards the overall total.

3. While most of the Connors wins are from the ATP, Grand Prix or WCT tours, I believe the following 21 titles can be attributed to the USLTA/USTA/IPA Bill Riordan winter indoor circuit: 72- Jacksonville, Roanoke, 73- Baltimore, Roanoke, Salt Lake, Salisbury, Hampton, Paramus, 74- Roanoke, Little Rock, Birmingham, Salisbury, Hampton, Salt Lake City, Tempe, 75- Birmingham, Salisbury, Boca, Hampton, 76- Birmingham, Hampton.


I think only show ITF/ATP recognized title.


Now, FedCow's record is 42 :D:D:D

Corey Feldman
10-10-2006, 04:21 AM
Gottfried with 25 titles has no slams...
that is the one.
:p

TennisGrandSlam
10-10-2006, 08:58 AM
Gottfried with 25 titles has no slams...
that is the one.
:p

Brain Gottfried - Most singles titles w/ Slam :25

Guillermo Vilas - Most singles titles w/ NO. 1 ranking : 62

Thomas Muster - Most singles titles of One Slam Wonder : 44

Purple Rainbow
10-25-2006, 02:32 PM
Not a big fan of his, but you forgot Patrick McEnroe's sole title: 1995 Sydney outdoor!

Sjengster
10-25-2006, 05:53 PM
This is by no means a finished piece of work even when talking about retired players.... I just have to find the time and the effort to look up all the winners on the ATP results archive.

Purple Rainbow
10-27-2006, 09:01 AM
This is by no means a finished piece of work even when talking about retired players.... I just have to find the time and the effort to look up all the winners on the ATP results archive.

Okay, I find it a very useful thread, though!
If I stumble upon more omissions, I'll let you know!

Daniel
10-29-2006, 11:26 PM
Please, add Basel title to Roger's record. :)

Voo de Mar
10-31-2006, 06:21 AM
Great statistics but some players aren't bold. :yeah:

TennisGrandSlam
11-08-2006, 05:43 AM
Was Edberg's Australian Open 1987 title in Grass? :confused:

TennisGrandSlam
11-09-2006, 11:08 AM
Also, you should add Rosewall

SINGLES CAREER TITLES since open era (25) :

1968--Roland Garros
1970--Cincinnati, US Open
1971--Australian Open, Boston WCT, Dallas, Newport, Vancouver WCT, Washington WTC
1972--Australian Open, Brisbane, Charlotte WCT, Dallas WCT, Miami WCT
1973--Charlotte WCT, Cleveland WCT, Houston WCT, Osaka, Tokyo
1975--Gstaad, Houston, Jackson
1976--Hong Kong, Jackson WCT
1977--Hong Kong


:devil:

trulliscorpion
01-17-2007, 12:05 AM
This is an awesome thread. Found it very useful. Yet I think it'd be easy to get to Gaudio's line and turn it all orange without even looking at it. :lol:

Sjengster
01-31-2007, 02:00 AM
Great statistics but some players aren't bold. :yeah:

There's a reason for that too, look at the start of the thread. ;)

Voo de Mar
01-31-2007, 02:06 AM
There's a reason for that too, look at the start of the thread. ;)

Oh, yes. Thx :)

Voo de Mar
01-31-2007, 02:10 AM
Sjengster, you should correct with bold Jacco Eltingh and his 4 titles...
Manchester 92 - grass
Atlanta 93 - clay
Schenectady 94 - outdoor hard
Kuala Lumpur 94 - indoor carpet
:wavey:

Tennis-Engineer
02-06-2007, 11:10 AM
I didnt know that Gustavo Kuerten's first title was Roland Garros 97 !:eek:

SaltoKlose
02-11-2007, 06:19 AM
I didnt know that Gustavo Kuerten's first title was Roland Garros 97 !:eek:

It was a huge upset beating Bruguera in the final. Took him over a year to win his 2nd title.

oz_boz
03-05-2007, 12:46 PM
Didn't Pioline win on all surfaces too?

Voo de Mar
03-05-2007, 02:05 PM
Didn't Pioline win on all surfaces too?

He did but not exactly ;) Cedric won titles on all surfaces but Copenhagen (carpet) & Rotterdam (hard) came from indoor. He has never won title on hard outdoor... what is rather strange whereas his US Open final in 1993.

oz_boz
03-06-2007, 11:05 AM
He did but not exactly ;) Cedric won titles on all surfaces but Copenhagen (carpet) & Rotterdam (hard) came from indoor. He has never won title on hard outdoor... what is rather strange whereas his US Open final in 1993.

Aah...thanks for clarification.

TennisGrandSlam
05-20-2007, 06:00 PM
Roger Federer: 48 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tokyo, TMS Madrid, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 06; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Hamburg 07)

:devil:

TennisGrandSlam
05-21-2007, 04:06 PM
Rafael Nadal: 21 (Sopot 04; Costa do Sauipe, Acapulco, TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Rome, Roland Garros, Bastad, Stuttgart, TMS Montreal, Beijing, TMS Madrid 05; Dubai, TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Rome, Roland Garros 06; TMS Indian Wells, TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Rome 07) :devil:

Tennis-Engineer
05-22-2007, 09:24 PM
Why Milan indoor (the first title Federer won ) doesnt exist anymore? what happened for that ?

Sjengster
05-25-2007, 12:35 AM
The spot in the calendar for it was allocated to Zagreb last year.

Archer16
06-29-2007, 03:22 AM
Very informative thread.
Suggestion: how about putting GS wins in bold?
Also I join previous requests to add Laver and co. to the list.

MrGasa
07-01-2007, 06:22 AM
Djokovic has 5 titles, Estoril 07 is missing.

Sjengster
07-01-2007, 03:22 PM
Thanks for the reminder, I forgot Kohlschreiber's Munich title that week as well.

TennisGrandSlam
07-08-2007, 08:12 PM
Roger Federer: 49 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tokyo, TMS Madrid, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 06; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Hamburg, Wimbledon 07)

:devil:

Daniel
07-13-2007, 05:45 AM
Thanks for the update. I can't find Rod Laver in your list. :confused:

TennisGrandSlam
08-20-2007, 01:51 PM
GRASS
CLAY
OUTDOOR HARD/CARPET
INDOOR HARD/CARPET

ALL-SURFACE TITLE WINNERS


Roger Federer: 50 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tokyo, TMS Madrid, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 06; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Hamburg, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati 07)

TennisGrandSlam
09-28-2007, 03:30 PM
GRASS
CLAY
OUTDOOR HARD/CARPET
INDOOR HARD/CARPET


Jimmy Connors: 109

(Jacksonville, Roanoke, Queens, Columbus, Cincinnati, Albany 72; Baltimore, Roanoke, Salt Lake City, Salisbury, Hampton, Paramus, Boston, Columbus, L.A., Quebec, Johannesburg 73; Australian Open, Roanoke, Little Rock, Birmingham, Salisbury, Hampton, Salt Lake City, Tempe, Manchester, Wimbledon, Indianapolis, US Open, L.A., London, Johannesburg 74; Bahamas, Birmingham, Salisbury, Boca Raton, Hampton, Denver WCT, North Conway, Bermuda, Maui 75; Birmingham, Philadelphia WCT, Hampton, Palm Springs, Denver WCT, Las Vegas, Washington, North Conway, Indianapolis, US Open, Cologne, Wembley 76; Birmingham WCT, St. Louis WCT, Las Vegas, Dallas WCT, Maui, Sydney Indoor, Las Vegas WCT Challenge Cup, Masters 77; Philadelphia WCT, Denver, Memphis, Rotterdam WTC, Birmingham, Washington, Indianapolis, Stowe, US Open, Sydney Indoor 78; Birmingham, Philadelphia, Dorado Beach WCT ToC, Memphis, Tulsa, Indianapolis, Stowe, Hong Kong 79; Birmingham, Philadelphia, Dallas WCT, North Conway, Republic of China, Tokyo Indoor 80; La Quinta, Brussels, Rotterdam, Wembley 81; Monterrey, L.A., Las Vegas, Queens, Wimbledon, Columbus, US Open 82; Memphis, Las Vegas, Queens, US Open 83; Memphis, La Quinta, Boca West, L.A., Tokyo Indoor 84; Washington, Toulouse 88; Toulouse, Tel Aviv 89)

ryanqqq
09-30-2007, 09:08 PM
Isn't Gasquet earning his colors. He's multi-surface now. :-)
Anyway, I love this thread among the other intersting threads here.

Just saw the changes.
Thanks Sjengster for your great work !

TennisGrandSlam
10-28-2007, 05:23 PM
Roger Federer: 52 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tokyo, TMS Madrid, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 06; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Hamburg, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Basel 07)



Iile Nastase had 57 ATP Singles titles :devil:

TennisGrandSlam
10-29-2007, 12:44 PM
:devil: :devil: :devil:

GRASS
CLAY
OUTDOOR HARD/CARPET
INDOOR HARD/CARPET

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilie_Nastase


Ilie Nastase: 57 (Salisbury, Rome 70; Richmond, Hampton, Nice, Monte Carlo, Bastad, Wembley, Masters 71; Baltimore, Omaha, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Nice, Dusseldorf, Montreal, US Open, South Orange, Seattle, London, Masters 72; Omaha, Calgary, Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Florence, Roland Garros, Rome, Queens, Gstaad, Cincinnati, Barcelona, Paris Indoor, Masters 73; Richmond WCT, Washington WCT, Bournemouth, Cedar Grove, Madrid, Barcelona 74; Barcelona, Valencia, Madrid, South Orange, Masters 75; Atlanta WCT, Salisbury, La Costa, Pepsi Grand Slam,, Honolulu - WCT Avis Challenge Cup, South Orange 76; Mexico City WCT, Aix en Provence , Las Vegas - WCT Challenge Cup 77; Miami, Montego Bay - WCT Challenge Cup 78)

Russian elephant
11-04-2007, 05:16 PM
Roddick +1 (Washington-07)

alessandro
02-09-2008, 02:40 PM
Thanks for this!!! WoW Guillermo Vilas is the Clay KING!

Adler
03-05-2008, 07:44 AM
So this is the thread. I'm pretty much amazed

BTW : Anyone knows why there's so many bugs on atptennis.com? (I mean, when it comes to number of tournaments won)

El Magnifico
03-22-2008, 06:14 PM
Good thread :yeah: keep up the work

Kolya
05-30-2008, 11:30 AM
Nikolay Davydenko: 13 (Adelaide, Estoril 03; Munich, Moscow 04; St. Poelten 05; Poertschach, Sopot, New Haven, Moscow, TMS Paris 06; Moscow 07; TMS Miami, Poertschach 08)

Purple Rainbow
06-09-2008, 07:25 PM
This thread needs an update!
I am talking to you Sjengster! :p

Rafa already at 27 titles.

Knightmace
06-14-2008, 05:51 AM
Great stuff

Yves.
06-15-2008, 04:54 PM
Code:
GRASS
CLAY
OUTDOOR HARD/CARPET
INDOOR HARD/CARPET

ALL-SURFACE TITLE WINNERS

Starting with
Jimmy Connors: 109 (Roanoke, Queens, Columbus, Cincinnati, Albany, Jacksonville 72; Baltimore, Roanoke, Salt Lake City, Salisbury, Hampton, Paramus, Boston, Columbus, L.A., Quebec, Johannesburg 73; Australian Open, Roanoke, Little Rock, Birmingham, Salisbury, Hampton, Salt Lake City, Tempe, Manchester, Wimbledon, Indianapolis, US Open, L.A., London, Johannesburg 74; Bahamas, Birmingham, Salisbury, Boca Raton, Hampton, Denver WCT, North Conway, Bermuda, Maui 75; Birmingham, Philadelphia WCT, Hampton, Palm Springs, Denver WCT, Las Vegas, Washington, North Conway, Indianapolis, US Open, Cologne, Wembley 76; Birmingham WCT, St. Louis WCT, Las Vegas, Dallas WCT, Maui, Sydney Indoor, Las Vegas WCT Challenge Cup, Masters 77; Philadelphia WCT, Denver, Memphis, Rotterdam WTC, Birmingham, Washington, Indianapolis, Stowe, US Open, Sydney Indoor 78; Birmingham, Philadelphia, Dorado Beach WCT ToC, Memphis, Tulsa, Indianapolis, Stowe, Hong Kong 79; Birmingham, Philadelphia, Dallas WCT, North Conway, Republic Of China, Tokyo Indoor 80; La Quinta, Brussels, Rotterdam, Wembley 81; Monterrey, L.A., Las Vegas, Queens, Wimbledon, Columbus, US Open 82; Memphis, Las Vegas, Queens, US Open 83; Memphis, La Quinta, Boca West, L.A., Tokyo Indoor 84; Washington, Toulouse 88; Toulouse, Tel Aviv 89)

Ivan Lendl: 94 (Houston, Toronto, Barcelona, Basel, Tokyo Outdoor, Hong Kong, Taipei 80; Stuttgart Indoor, Las Vegas, Montreal, Madrid, Barcelona, Basel, Vienna, Cologne, Buenos Aires, Masters 81; Delray Beach WCT, Genoa WCT, Munich WCT, Strasbourg WCT, Frankfurt, Houston, Dallas WCT, Forest Hills WCT, Washington, North Conway, Cincinnati, L.A. WCT, Naples WCT, Hartford WCT, Masters 82; Detroit WCT, Milan, Houston WCT, Hilton Head WCT, Montreal, San Francisco, Tokyo Indoor 83; Luxembourg, Roland Garros, Wembley 84; Fort Myers, Monte Carlo, Dallas, Forest Hills, Indianapolis, US Open, Stuttgart Outdoor, Sydney Indoor, Tokyo Indoor, Wembley, Masters 85; Philadelphia, Boca West, Milan, Fort Myers, Rome, Roland Garros, Stratton Mountain, US Open, Masters 86; Hamburg, Roland Garros, Washington, Montreal, US Open, Sydney Indoor, Wembley, Masters 87; Monte Carlo, Rome, Toronto 88; Australian Open, Scottsdale, Key Biscayne, Forest Hills, Hamburg, Queens, Montreal, Bordeaux, Sydney Indoor, Stockholm 89; Australian Open, Milan, Toronto Indoor, Queens, Tokyo Indoor 90; Philadelphia, Memphis, Long Island 91; Tokyo Indoor 92; Munich, Tokyo Indoor 93)

John McEnroe: 77 (Hartford, San Francisco, Stockholm, Wembley, London, Masters 78; New Orleans, Milan, San Jose, Dallas WCT, Queens, South Orange, US Open, San Francisco, Stockholm, Wembley 79; Richmond WCT, Memphis, Milan, Queens, US Open, Brisbane, Sydney Indoor, Wembley 80; Pepsi Grand Slam, Milan, Frankfurt, L.A., Dallas WCT, Queens, Wimbledon, Cincinnati, US Open, Sydney Indoor 81; Philadelphia, San Francisco, Sydney Indoor, Tokyo Indoor, Wembley 82; Philadelphia, Dallas WCT, Forest Hills WCT, Wimbledon, Sydney Indoor, Wembley, Masters 83; Philadelphia, Richmond WCT, Madrid, Brussels, Dallas WCT, Forest Hills WCT, Queens, Wimbledon, Toronto, US Open, San Francisco, Stockholm, Masters 84; Philadelphia, Houston, Milan, Chicago, Atlanta, Stratton Mountain, Montreal, Stockholm 85; L.A., San Francisco, Scottsdale 86; Tokyo Outdoor, Detroit 88; Lyon, Dallas WCT, Indianapolis 89; Basel 90; Chicago 91)

Pete Sampras: 64 (Philadelphia, Manchester, US Open, Grand Slam Cup 90; L.A., Indianapolis, Lyon, Singles Championship 91; Philadelphia, Kitzbuhel, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lyon 92; Sydney, Key Biscayne, Tokyo Outdoor, Hong Kong, Wimbledon, US Open, Lyon, Antwerp 93; Sydney Outdoor, Australian Open, Indian Wells, Key Biscayne, Osaka, Tokyo Outdoor, Rome, Wimbledon, Antwerp, Singles Championship 94; Indian Wells, Queens, Wimbledon, US Open, Paris 95; San Jose, Memphis, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Indianapolis, US Open, Singles Championship, Basel 96; Australian Open, San Jose, Philadelphia, Wimbledon, Cincinnati, Grand Slam Cup, Paris Indoor, Singles Championship 97; Philadelphia, Atlanta, Wimbledon, Vienna 98; Queens, Wimbledon, L.A., Cincinnati, Singles Championship 99; TMS Miami, Wimbledon 00; US Open 02)

Guillermo Vilas: 62 (Buenos Aires 73; Gstaad, Hilversum, Louisville, Montreal, Tehran, Buenos Aires, Masters 74; Munich, Hilversum, Washington, Louisville, Buenos Aires 75; St. Louis WCT, Fort Worth WCT, Monte Carlo WCT, Montreal, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires 76; Springfield, Buenos Aires, Virginia Beach, Roland Garros, Kitzbuhel, Washington, Louisville, South Orange, Columbus, US Open, Paris, Tehran, Bogota, Santiago, Buenos Aires, Johannesburg WCT 77; Hamburg, Munich, Gstaad, South Orange, Aix-En-Provence, Basel, Australian Open 78; Hobart, Washington, Buenos Aires, Australian Open 79; Rome, Kitzbuhel, Palermo 80; Mar Del Plata, Cairo, Houston 81; Buenos Aires, Rotterdam, Milan, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Boston, Kitzbuhel 82; Richmond WCT, Delray Beach WCT, Kitzbuhel 83)

Bjorn Borg: 61 (London WCT, Sao Paulo WCT, Rome, Roland Garros, Bastad, Boston, Adelaide 74; Richmond WCT, Bologna WCT, Roland Garros, Boston, Barcelona 75; Toronto Indoor WCT, Sao Paulo WCT, Dallas WCT, Dusseldorf, Wimbledon, Boston 76; Memphis, Nice, Monte Carlo WCT, Denver, Wimbledon, Pepsi Grand Slam, Madrid, Barcelona, Basel, Cologne, Wembley 77; Birmingham WCT, Las Vegas, Milan WCT, Pepsi Grand Slam, Rome, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Bastad, Tokyo Indoor 78; Richmond WCT, Pepsi Grand Slam, Rotterdam, Monte Carlo, Las Vegas, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Bastad, Toronto, Palermo, Tokyo Indoor, Masters 79; Pepsi Grand Slam, Nice, Monte Carlo, Las Vegas, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Stockholm, Masters 80; Roland Garros, Stuttgart Outdoor, Geneva 81)

Andre Agassi: 60 (Itaparica 87; Memphis, Charleston, Forest Hills, Stuttgart Outdoor, Stratton Mountain, Livingston 88; Orlando 89; San Francisco, Key Biscayne, Washington, Singles Championship 90; Orlando, Washington 91; Atlanta, Wimbledon, Toronto 92; San Francisco, Scottsdale 93; Scottsdale, Toronto, US Open, Vienna, Paris 94; Australian Open, San Jose, Key Biscayne, Washington, Montreal, Cincinnati, New Haven 95; Key Biscayne, Atlanta Olympics, Cincinnati 96; San Jose, Scottsdale, Washington, L.A., Ostrava 98; Hong Kong, Roland Garros, Washington, US Open, Paris 99; Australian Open 00; Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, L.A. 01; Scottsdale, TMS Miami, TMS Rome, L.A., TMS Madrid 02; Australian Open, San Jose, TMS Miami, Houston 03; TMS Cincinnati 04; L.A. 05)

Roger Federer: 54 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tokyo, TMS Madrid, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 06; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Hamburg, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 07; Estoril 08)

Ilie Nastase: 53 (Rome 70; Richmond, Hampton, Nice, Monte Carlo, Bastad, Wembley, Masters 71; Baltimore, Omaha, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Nice, Dusseldorf, Montreal, US Open, South Orange, Seattle, London, Masters 72; Omaha, Calgary, Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Florence, Roland Garros, Rome, Queens, Gstaad, Cincinnati, Barcelona, Paris Indoor, Masters 73; Richmond-WCT, Washington WCT, Bournemouth, Cedar Grove, Madrid, Barcelona 74; Barcelona, Valencia, Madrid, South Orange, Masters 75; Atlanta WCT, Salisbury, La Costa, Pepsi Grand Slam, South Orange 76; Mexico City WCT, Aix en Provence 77; Miami 78)

Boris Becker: 49 (Queens, Wimbledon, Cincinnati 85; Chicago, Wimbledon, Toronto, Sydney Indoor, Tokyo Indoor, Paris 86; Indian Wells, Milan, Queens 87; Indian Wells, Dallas, Queens, Indianapolis, Tokyo Indoor, Stockholm, Masters 88; Milan, Philadelphia, Wimbledon, US Open, Paris 89; Brussels, Stuttgart Indoor, Indianapolis, Sydney Indoor, Stockholm 90; Australian Open, Stockholm 91; Brussels, Rotterdam, Basel, Paris, Singles Championship 92; Doha, Milan 93; Milan, L.A., New Haven, Stockholm 94; Marseille, Singles Championship 95; Australian Open, Queens, Vienna, Stuttgart Indoor, Grand Slam Cup 96)

Thomas Muster: 44 (Hilversum 86; Boston, Bordeaux, Prague, Bari 88; Adelaide, Casablanca, Rome 90; Florence, Geneva 91; Monte Carlo, Florence, Umag 92; Mexico City, Florence, Genoa, Kitzbuhel, San Marino, Umag, Palermo 93; Mexico City, Madrid, St. Poelten 94; Mexico City, Estoril, Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Rome, Roland Garros, St Poelten, Stuttgart Outdoor, San Marino, Umag, Bucharest, Essen 95; Mexico City, Estoril, Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Rome, Stuttgart Outdoor, Bogota 96; Dubai, Key Biscayne 97)

Stefan Edberg: 42 (Milan, L.A. Olympics 84; Memphis, San Francisco, Basel, Australian Open 85; Gstaad, Basel, Stockholm 86; Australian Open, Memphis, Rotterdam, Tokyo Outdoor, Cincinnati, Tokyo Indoor, Stockholm 87; Rotterdam, Wimbledon, Basel 88; Tokyo Outdoor, Masters 89; Indian Wells, Tokyo Outdoor, Wimbledon, L.A., Cincinnati, Long Island, Paris 90; Stuttgart Indoor, Tokyo Outdoor, Queens, US Open, Sydney Indoor, Tokyo Indoor 91; Hamburg, New Haven, US Open 92; Madrid 93; Doha, Stuttgart Indoor, Washington 94; Doha 95)

Stan Smith: 35 (Phoenix, Stockholm, Masters 70; Paris, Queen's, Cincinnati, US Open 71; Salisbury, New York, Hampton, Washington, Wimbledon, Sacramento, L.A. WCT, Paris Indoor, Stockholm 72; Philadelphia WCT , Atlanta WCT, St. Louis WCT, Munich WCT, Brussels WCT, Gothenberg WCT, Dallas WCT, Bastad 73; Hempstead WCT, St. Louis, Nottingham, Chicago 74; Sydney Indoor 75; L.A. PSW 77; Atlanta, Vienna 78; Cleveland, Vienna 79; Frankfurt 80

Michael Chang: 34 (San Francisco 88; Roland Garros, Wembley 89; Toronto 90; Birmingham 91; San Francisco, Indian Wells, Key Biscayne 92; Jakarta, Osaka, Cincinnati, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing 93; Jakarta, Philadelphia, Hong Kong, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Beijing 94; Hong Kong, Atlanta, Tokyo Indoor, Beijing 95; Indian Wells, Washington, L.A. 96; Memphis, Indian Wells, Hong Kong, Orlando, Washington 97; Boston, Shanghai 98; L.A. 00)

Arthur Ashe: 33 (U.S. National Chps., US Open 68; Australian Open, Berkeley, Paris Indoor 70; Charlotte, Stockholm, Paris Indoor 71; Louisville WCT, Montreal WCT, Rotterdam WCT, Rome WCT 72; Chicago WCT, Washington 73; Bologna WCT, Barcelona WCT, Stockholm 74; Barcelona WCT, Rotterdam WCT, Munich WCT, Stockholm - WCT, Dallas WCT, Wimbledon, L.A., San Francisco 75; Columbus WCT, Indianapolis WCT, Richmond WCT, Rome WCT, Rotterdam WCT 76; San Jose, Colombus, L.A. 78)

Manuel Orantes: 33 (Barcelona 69; Barcelona WCT 71; Caracas, Rome, Brussels, Hamburg, Bastad 72; Valencia, Nice, Lousville, Indianapolis 73; Cairo, Monte Carlo WCT, Bournemouth, Hamburg, Bastad, Indianapolis, Montreal, US Open 75; Valencia, Munich, Kitzbuhel, Tehran, Madrid, Barcelona, Masters 76; Indianapolis, Boston, Tokyo Outdoor 77; Boston 78; Munich 79; Palermo 81; Bournemouth 82)

Mats Wilander: 33 (Roland Garros, Bastad, Geneva, Barcelona 82; Monte Carlo, Lisbon, Aix-en-Provence, Bastad, Cincinnati, Geneva, Barcelona, Stockholm, Australian Open 83; Cincinnati, Barcelona, Australian Open 84; Roland Garros, Boston, Bastad 85; Brussels, Cincinnati 86; Brussels, Monte Carlo, Rome, Boston, Indianapolis 87; Australian Open, Key Biscayne, Roland Garros, Cincinnati, US Open, Palermo 88; Itaparica 90)

Lleyton Hewitt: 26 (Adelaide 98; Delray Beach 99; Adelaide, Sydney, Scottsdale, Queens 00; Sydney, Queens, 's-Hertogenbosch, US Open, Tokyo, Tennis Masters Cup 01; San Jose, TMS Indian Wells, Queens, Wimbledon, Tennis Masters Cup 02; Scottsdale, TMS Indian Wells 03; Sydney, Rotterdam, Washington, Long Island 04; Sydney 05; Queens 06; Las Vegas 07)

Yevgeny Kafelnikov: 26 (Adelaide, Copenhagen, Long Island 94; Milan, St. Petersburg, Gstaad, Long Island 95; Adelaide, Prague, Roland Garros, Lyon 96; Halle, New Haven, Moscow 97; London, Halle, Moscow 98; Australian Open, Rotterdam, Moscow 99; Sydney Olympics, Moscow 00; Marseille, Moscow 01; Halle, Tashkent 02)

Brian Gottfried: 25 (Johannesburg WCT, Las Vegas 73; Paris Indoor 74; Baltimore, Dayton Indoor, Melbourne Indoor 75; L.A. 76; Baltimore, Palm Springs, Washington Indoor, La Costa, Vienna 77; Washington Indoor, Dayton, Houston WCT 78; Colombus, Basel 79; Surbiton, Washington, Vienna, Paris Indoor 80; Stowe 81; Tampa, Vienna 82; Vienna 83)

Andy Roddick: 25 (Atlanta, Houston, Washington 01; Memphis, Houston 02; St Poelten, Queens, Indianapolis, TMS Montreal, TMS Cincinnati, US Open 03; San Jose, TMS Miami, Queens, Indianapolis 04; San Jose, Houston, Queens , Washington, Lyon 05; TMS Cincinnati 06; Queens, Washington 07; San Jose, Dubai 08)

Jose-Luis Clerc: 24 (Buenos Aires, Santiago 78; Johannesburg 79; San Jose, South Orange, Indianapolis, Madrid, Quito, Buenos Aires 80; Florence, Rome, Boston, Washington, North Conway, Indianapolis 81; Richmond WCT, Venice, Gstaad, Zell Am See, Sao Paulo 82; Guaruja, Boston, Washington, North Conway 83)

Vitas Gerulaitis: 24 (Vienna 74; New York, St. Louis 75; Ocean City, Rome, Brisbane, Perth, Australian Open 77; Richmond WCT, Dallas WCT 78; Rome, Kitzbuhel, Sydney Indoor 79; Forest Hills WCT, Stuttgart Outdoor, Melbourne Indoor 80; Johannesburg 81; Brussels, Florence, Toronto, Melbourne Indoor, Johannesburg 82; Basel 83; Treviso 84)

Rafael Nadal: 24 (Sopot 04; Costa do Sauipe, Acapulco, TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Rome, Roland Garros, Bastad, Stuttgart, TMS Montreal, Beijing, TMS Madrid 05; Dubai, TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Rome, Roland Garros 06; TMS Indian Wells, TMS Monte Carlo, Barcelona, TMS Rome, Roland Garros, Stuttgart 07; TMS Monte Carlo 08)

Jim Courier: 23 (Basel 89; Indian Wells, Key Biscayne, Roland Garros 91; Australian Open, Tokyo Outdoor, Hong Kong, Rome, Roland Garros 92; Australian Open, Memphis, Indian Wells, Rome, Indianapolis 93; Adelaide, Scottsdale, Tokyo Outdoor, Basel 95; Philadelphia 96; Doha, L.A., Beijing 97; Orlando 98)

Yannick Noah: 23 (Manila, Calcutta 78; Nancy, Madrid, Bordeaux 79; Richmond WCT, Nice 81; La Quinta, South Orange, Basel, Toulouse 82; Hamburg, Roland Garros 83; Rome, Washington, Toulouse 85; Forest Hills, Wembley 86; Lyon, Basel 87; Milan 88; Sydney Outdoor 90)

Goran Ivanisevic: 22 (Stuttgart Outdoor 90; Manchester 91; Adelaide, Stuttgart Indoor, Sydney Indoor, Stockholm 92; Bucharest, Vienna, Paris 93; Kitzbuhel, Tokyo Indoor 94; Grand Slam Cup 95; Zagreb, Dubai, Milan, Rotterdam, Moscow 96; Zagreb, Milan, Vienna 97; Split 98; Wimbledon 01)

Tom Okker: 22 (Rome 68; Monte Carlo, Hilversum, Paris Indoor 69; Hamburg, Hilversum 70; Louisville WCT, Quebec WCT 71; Chicago WCT 72; Washington WCT, Hilversum, Montreal, Seattle, Chicago, London 73; Toronto WCT, Rotterdam 74; Nottingham, Paris Indoor 75; Richmond WCT 77; Tel Aviv 79)

Harold Solomon: 22 (Washington 74; Toronto Indoor WCT, Memphis, Perth, Johannesburg 75; Washington WCT, Houston WCT, Louisville, Maui, Johannesburg - WCT 76; Brussels, Cincinnati, Tournament of Champions WCT 77; Las Vegas, Louisville 78; Baltimore WCT, North Conway, Paris Indoor 79; Baltimore WCT, Hamburg, Cincinnati, Tel Aviv 80)

Eddie Dibbs: 21 (Jackson, Hamburg, Fort Worth 73; Hamburg 74; Tehran, London 75; Monterrey WCT, Barcelona WCT, Hamburg, Paris Indoor 76; Miami, London WCT, Oviedo 77; Tulsa, Cincinnati, North Conway, Toronto 78; Sarasota, Boston 80; Forest Hills WCT, Quito 81)

Andres Gomez: 21 (Bordeaux 81; Rome, Quito 82; Dallas 83; Nice, Rome, Washington, Indianapolis, Hong Kong 84; Hong Kong 85; Indianapolis, Florence, Boston, Itaparica 86; Forest Hills 87; Boston, Barcelona 89; Barcelona, Madrid, Roland Garros 90; Brasilia 91)

Brad Gilbert: 20 (Taipei 82; Columbus, Taipei 84; Livingston, Cleveland, Tel Aviv 85; Memphis, Livingston, Tel Aviv, Vienna 86; Scottsdale 87; Tel Aviv 88; Memphis, Stratton Mountain, Livingston, Cincinnati, San Francisco 89; Rotterdam, Orlando, Brisbane 90)

Gustavo Kuerten: 20 (Roland Garros 97; Stuttgart, Mallorca 98; Monte Carlo, Rome 99; Santiago, TMS Hamburg, Roland Garros, Indianapolis, Tennis Masters Cup 00; Buenos Aires, Acapulco, TMS Monte Carlo, Roland Garros, Stuttgart Outdoor, TMS Cincinnati 01; Costa do Sauipe 02; Auckland, St. Petersburg 03; Costa do Sauipe 04)

Carlos Moya: 20 (Buenos Aires 95; Umag 96; Long Island 97; Monte Carlo, Roland Garros 98; Estoril 00; Umag 01; Acapulco, Bastad, Umag, TMS Cincinnati 02; Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Umag 03; Chennai, Acapulco, TMS Rome 04; Chennai 05; Buenos Aires 06; Umag 07)

Thomas Enqvist: 19 (Bolzano 92; Schenectady 93; Auckland, Philadelphia, Pinehurst, Indianapolis, Stockholm 95; New Delhi, Paris, Stockholm 96; Marseille 97; Marseille, Munich 98; Adelaide, Stuttgart, Stockholm 99; TMS Cincinnati, Basel 00; Marseille 02)

Raul Ramirez: 19 (Kitzbuhel, Tehran 73; Columbus 74; St. Petersburg WCT, Charlotte, Rome, Tokyo 75; Mexico City WCT, Caracas WCT, Gstaad, London 76; Queen's, L.A. 77; Mexico City WCT, Monte Carlo WCT 78; Florence 79; San Juan 80; Caracas 82; Caracas 83)

Marcelo Rios: 18 (Bologna, Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur 95; St. Poelten 96; Monte Carlo 97; Auckland, Indian Wells, Miami, Rome, St. Poelten, Grand Slam Cup, Singapore 98; Hamburg, St Poelten, Singapore 99; Umag 00; Doha, Hong Kong 01)

Michael Stich: 18 (Memphis 90; Wimbledon, Stuttgart Outdoor, Schenectady, Vienna 91; Rosmalen, Grand Slam Cup 92; Stuttgart Indoor, Hamburg, Queens, Basel, Stockholm, Singles Championship 93; Rotterdam, Munich, Halle 94; L.A. 95; Antwerp 96)

Alex Corretja: 17 (Buenos Aires 94; Estoril, Rome, Stuttgart Outdoor 97; Dubai, Gstaad, Indianapolis, Lyon, Singles Championship 98; TMS Indian Wells, Gstaad, Kitzbuhel, Washington, Toulouse 00; Amsterdam 01; Gstaad, Kitzbuhel 02)

Richard Krajicek: 17 (Hong Kong 91; L.A., Antwerp 92; L.A. 93; Barcelona, Rosmalen, Sydney Indoor 94; Stuttgart Indoor, Rotterdam 95; Wimbledon 96; Rotterdam, Tokyo, Rosmalen 97; St. Petersburg, Stuttgart 98; London, Key Biscayne 99)

Vijay Amritraj: 16 (Bretton Woods, New Delhi 73; Washington, Manchester 74; Columbus, Calcutta 75; Memphis WCT, Newport 76; Auckland, Bombay 77; Mexico City 78; Bombay 79; Newport, Bangkok 80; Newport 84; Bristol 86)

Jose Higueras: 16 (Santiago 76; Murcia 77; Cairo, Nice, Bournemouth, Madrid 78; Houston, Hamburg, Boston 79; Hamburg, Indianapolis 82; La Quinta, Bournemouth, Stuttgart Outdoor 83; Kitzbuhel, Bordeaux 84)

Roscoe Tanner: 16 (Denver WCT, Christchurch 74; Las Vegas, Chicago 75; Cincinnati, Columbus, San Francisco, Tokyo Outdoor 76; Australian Open, Sydney Outdoor 77; Palm Springs, New Orleans 78; Rancho Mirage, Washington Indoor 79; Manchester 80; Philadelphia 81

Wayne Ferreira: 15 (Queens, Schenectady 92; Oahu, Indianapolis, Bordeaux, Basel, Tel Aviv 94; Dubai, Munich, Ostrava, Lyon 95; Scottsdale, Toronto 96; TMS Stuttgart 00; L.A. 03)

Wojtek Fibak: 15 (Stockholm WCT, Bournemouth, Vienna 76; Monterrey WCT, Dusseldorf 77; Cologne 78; Denver, Stuttgart Indoor 79; Dayton, New Orleans, Sao Paulo 80; Gstaad 81; Amsterdam WCT, Paris Indoor, Chicago-2 WCT 82)

Marc Rosset: 15 (Geneva 89; Lyon 90; Barcelona Olympics, Moscow 92; Marseille, Long Island, Moscow 93; Marseille, Lyon 94; Nice, Halle 95; Antwerp 97; St. Petersburg 99; Marseille, London 00)

Greg Rusedski: 15 (Newport 93; Seoul 95; Beijing 96; Nottingham, Basel 97; Antwerp, Paris 98; Grand Slam Cup, Vienna 99; San Jose 01; Auckland, Indianapolis 02; Nottingham 03; Newport 04; Newport 05)

Marat Safin: 15 (Boston 99; Barcelona, Mallorca, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tashkent, St. Petersburg, TMS Paris 00; Tashkent, St. Petersburg 01; TMS Paris 02; Beijing, TMS Madrid, TMS Paris 04; Australian Open 05)

Emilio Sanchez: 15 (Nice, Munich, Bastad 86; Gstaad, Bordeaux, Kitzbuhel, Madrid 87; Hilversum 88; Kitzbuhel 89; Wellington, Estoril 90; Barcelona, Rome, Gstaad 91; Sydney Outdoor 92)

Alberto Berasategui: 14 (Sao Paulo 93; Nice, Stuttgart Outdoor, Umag, Palermo, Athens, Santiago, Montevideo 94; Oporto 95; Bologna, Kitzbuhel, Bucharest 96; Palermo 97; Estoril 98)

Sergi Bruguera: 14 (Estoril, Monte Carlo, Athens 91; Madrid, Gstaad, Palermo 92; Monte Carlo, Roland Garros, Gstaad, Prague, Bordeaux 93; Roland Garros, Gstaad, Prague 94)

Magnus Gustafsson: 14 (Munich, Bastad, Hilversum 91; Bastad 92; Stuttgart Outdoor 93; Auckland, Dubai 94; St. Petersburg, Bastad 96; Singapore 97; Copenhagen, Bastad 98; Copenhagen 99; Amsterdam 00)

Gene Mayer: 14 (Guadalajara 78; Cologne 79; Denver, Metz, L.A., Cleveland, San Francisco 80; Memphis, Denver, Cleveland, Stockholm 81; Munich 82; Rotterdam, L.A. 83)

Karel Novacek: 13 (Washington 86; Hilversum 89; Munich 90; Auckland, Hamburg, Kitzbuhel, Prague 91; Hilversum, San Marino, Prague 92; Dubai, Zaragoza 93; Hilversum 94)

Joakim Nystrom: 13 (Sydney Outdoor 83; Gstaad, North Conway, Basel, Cologne 84; Munich, Gstaad 85; Toronto Indoor, La Quinta, Rotterdam, Monte Carlo, Madrid 86; Bastad 87)

Balazs Taroczy: 13 (Kitzbuhel 74; Hilversum 76; Hilversum, Barcelona 78; Brussels, Hilversum 79; Bastad, Hilversum, Geneva 80; Hilversum, Tokyo Outdoor 81; Nice, Hilversum 82)

Albert Costa: 12 (Kitzbuhel 95; Gstaad, San Marino, Bournemouth 96; Barcelona, Marbella 97; Hamburg, Kitzbuhel 98; Estoril, Gstaad, Kitzbuhel 99; Roland Garros 02)

Nikolay Davydenko: 12 (Adelaide, Estoril 03; Munich, Moscow 04; St. Poelten 05; Poertschach, Sopot, New Haven, Moscow, TMS Paris 06; Moscow 07; TMS Miami 08)

Martin Jaite: 12 (Buenos Aires 85; Bologna, Stuttgart Outdoor 86; Barcelona, Palermo 87; Stuttgart Outdoor, Madrid, Sao Paulo, Itaparica 89; Guaruja, Gstaad 90; Nice 91)

Tim Mayotte: 12 (Delray Beach 85; Queens 86; Philadelphia, Chicago, Toulouse, Paris Indoor, Frankfurt 87; Philadelphia, Schenectady, Brisbane, Frankfurt 88; Washington 89)

Magnus Norman: 12 (Bastad 97; Amsterdam 98; Orlando, Stuttgart, Umag, Long Island, Shanghai 99; Auckland, TMS Rome, Bastad, Long Island, Shanghai 00)

Juan Carlos Ferrero: 11 (Mallorca 99; Dubai, Estoril, Barcelona, TMS Rome 01; TMS Monte Carlo, Hong Kong 02; TMS Monte Carlo, Valencia, Roland Garros, TMS Madrid 03)

Guy Forget: 11 (Toulouse 86; Nancy 89; Bordeaux 90; Sydney Outdoor, Brussels, Cincinnati, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Paris Indoor 91; Toulouse 92; Marseille 96)

Tommy Haas: 11 (Memphis 99; Adelaide, Long Island, Vienna, TMS Stuttgart 01; Houston, L.A. 04; Delray Beach, Memphis, L.A. 06; Memphis 07)

Tim Henman: 11 (Sydney, Tashkent 97; Tashkent, Basel 98; Vienna, Brighton 00; Copenhagen, Basel 01; Adelaide 02; Washington, TMS Paris 03)

Miloslav Mecir: 11 (Rotterdam, Hamburg 85; Kitzbuhel 86; Auckland, Sydney Outdoor, Key Biscayne, Dallas WCT, Stuttgart Outdoor, Hilversum 87; Seoul Olympics 88; Indian Wells 89)

Andrei Medvedev: 11 (Genoa, Stuttgart Outdoor, Bordeaux 92; Estoril, Barcelona, New Haven 93; Monte Carlo, Hamburg 94; Hamburg 95; Long Island 96; Hamburg 97)

Mark Philippoussis: 11 (Toulouse 96; Scottsdale, Munich, Queens 97; Memphis 98; San Jose, Indian Wells 99; San Jose 00; Memphis 01; Shanghai 03; Newport 06)

Patrick Rafter: 11 (Manchester 94; US Open 97; Chennai, 's-Hertogenbosch, Toronto, Cincinnati, Long Island, US Open 98; 's-Hertogenbosch 99; 's-Hertogenbosch 00; Indianapolis 01)

James Blake: 10 (Washington 02; New Haven, Stockholm 05; Sydney, Las Vegas, Indianapolis, Bangkok, Stockholm 06; Sydney, New Haven 07)

Petr Korda: 10 (New Haven, Berlin 91; Washington, Long Island, Vienna 92; Grand Slam Cup 93; Doha 96; Stuttgart Indoor 97; Doha, Australian Open 98)

Felix Mantilla: 10 (Oporto 96; Bologna, Gstaad, Umag, San Marino, Bournemouth 97; Bournemouth 98; Barcelona 99; Palermo 01; TMS Rome 03)

Sandy Mayer: 10 (Baltimore, Paramus, Jackson 74; Little Rock, Hampton, Stockholm 77; St. Louis WCT 78; Bologna 81; Cleveland 82; Gstaad 83)

Victor Pecci Sr.: 10 (Madrid, Berlin 76; Bogota 78; Nice, Quito, Bogota 79; Santiago 80; Vina Del Mar, Bournemouth 81; Vina Del Mar 83)

Cliff Richey: 10 (Canadian Open, Cincinnati 69; Washington, Indianapolis 70; Houston 71; London Indoor, Johannesburg, Bretton Woods 72; Bermuda 76; Johannesburg 78)

Eliot Teltscher: 10 (Hong Kong 78; Atlanta 79; Atlanta, Maui 80; San Juan, San Francisco 81; Tokyo Outdoor 83; Brisbane, Johannesburg 84; Hong Kong 87)

Kent Carlsson: 9 (Bari, Barcelona 86; Nice, Bologna 87; Madrid, Hamburg, Kitzbuhel, St. Vincent, Barcelona 88)

Guillermo Coria: 9 (Vina del Mar 01; TMS Hamburg, Stuttgart, Kitzbuhel, Sopot, Basel 03; Buenos Aires, TMS Monte Carlo 04; Umag 05)

Novak Djokovic: 9 (Amersfoort, Metz 06; Adelaide, TMS Miami, Estoril, TMS Montreal, Vienna 07; Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells 08)

Zeljko Franulovic: 9 (Indianapolis 69; Monte Carlo, Kitzbuhel, Buenos Aires 70; New York, Macon, Indianapolis, Buenos Aires 71; Munich 77)

Fernando Gonzalez: 9 (Orlando 00; Vina del Mar, Palermo 02; Vina del Mar 04; Auckland, Amersfoort, Basel 05; Beijing 07; Vina del Mar 08)

Thomas Johansson: 9 (Copenhagen, St. Petersburg 97; Montreal 99; Stockholm 00; Halle, Nottingham 01; Australian Open 02; Stockholm 04; St. Petersburg 05)

Aaron Krickstein: 9 (Tel Aviv 83; Boston, Tel Aviv, Geneva 84; Sydney, L.A., Tokyo 89; Johannesburg 92; Durban 93)

Henri Leconte: 9 (Stockholm 82; Stuttgart 84; Nice, Sydney 85; Geneva, Hamburg 86; Nice, Brussels 88; Halle 93)

Robert Lutz: 9 (Sacramento, Cologne WCT 71; Boston WCT 72; Tokyo Indoor 75; Paris Indoor 78; Taipei 79; Colombus, Stowe, Cologne 80)

Adriano Panatta: 9 (Bournemouth 73; Florence 74; Kitzbuhel, Stockholm 75; Rome, Roland Garros 76; Houston WCT 77; Tokyo Outdoor 78; Florence 80)

Guillermo Perez-Roldan: 9 (Munich, Athens, Buenos Aires 87; Munich 88; Palermo 89; San Marino 90; San Marino 91; Casablanca 92; Casablanca 93)

Sjeng Schalken: 9 (Valencia 95; Jakarta 96; Boston 97; Auckland 99; Tokyo 00; Stockholm 01; 's-Hertogenbosch 02; 's-Hertogenbosch, Costa do Sauipe 03)

Francisco Clavet: 8 (Hilversum 90; Palermo 95; Amsterdam 96; Mexico City Bogota 97; Bucharest, Santiago 98; Scottsdale 01)

Gaston Gaudio: 8 (Barcelona, Mallorca 02; Roland Garros 04; Vina del Mar, Buenos Aires, Estoril, Gstaad, Kitzbuhel 05)

Anders Jarryd: 8 (Linz, Ancona 82; Hilversum, Sydney 84; Brussels 85; Dallas 86; Vienna 90; Rotterdam 83)

Jan Kodes: 8 (Roland Garros 70; Catania, Roland Garros 71; Barcelona 72; Cologne WCT, Wimbledon 73; Madrid 75; Basel 76)

Ramesh Krishnan: 8 (Manila 81; Stuttgart Outdoor 82; Metz 84; Tokyo Outdoor, Hong Kong 86; Wellington 88; Auckland 89; Schenectady 90)

Ivan Ljubicic: 8 (Lyon 01; Metz, Vienna 05; Chennai, Zagreb, Vienna 06; Doha, 's-Hertogenbosch 07)

Todd Martin: 8 (Coral Springs 93; Memphis, Queens 94; Memphis 95; Sydney 96; Barcelona, Stockholm 98; Sydney 99)

David Nalbandian: 8 (Estoril, Basel 02; Munich, Tennis Masters Cup 05; Estoril 06; TMS Madrid, TMS Paris 07; Buenos Aires 08)

Tomas Smid: 8 (Stuttgart 79; Stuttgart, Bologna 80; Mexico City, Cap d'Adge 82; Munich, Hilversum 83; Geneva 85)

Dick Stockton: 8 (Atlanta WCT, Adelaide 74; San Antonio WCT 75; Lagos WCT 76; Philadelphia WCT, Toronto Indoor WCT, Rotterdam 77; Little Rock 78)

Brian Teacher: 8 (Jackson 77; Taipei 78; Newport 79; Australian Open 80; Columbus 81; Dortmund WCT; Munich WCT, Columbus 83)

Jaime Yzaga: 8 (Schenectady, Sao Paulo 87; Itaparica 88; Charlotte 91; Auckland, Tampa 92; Tampa, Sydney Indoor 93)

John Alexander: 7 (Fort Worth WCT, Tuscon 75; North Conway 77; Louisville 79; Bristol, Sydney Outdoor 82; Auckland 83)

Guillermo Canas: 7 (Casablanca 01; Chennai, TMS Toronto 02; Stuttgart, Umag, Shanghai 04; Costa do Sauipe 07)

Pat Cash: 7 (Melbourne 82; Brisbane, Melbourne 83; Nancy, Wimbledon, Johannesburg 87; Hong Kong 90)

Andrei Chesnokov: 7 (Florence 87; Orlando 88; Nice, Munich 89; Monte Carlo, Tel Aviv 90; Montreal 91)

Magnus Larsson: 7 (Florence 90; Copenhagen, Munich 92; Zaragoza, Toulouse, Grand Slam Cup 94; Memphis 00)

Luiz Mattar: 7 (Guaruja 87; Guaruja 88; Guaruja, Rio De Janeiro 89; Rio De Janeiro 90; Sao Paulo 92; Coral Springs 94)

Jiri Novak: 7 (Auckland 96; Mexico City 98; Munich, Gstaad 01; Gstaad 03; Tokyo, Basel 04)

Jordi Arrese: 6 (San Remo, Prague 90; Madrid, Buzios 91; Athens 92; Athens 93)

Paolo Bertolucci: 6 (Florence 75; Barcelona, Florence 76; Florence, Hamburg, Berlin 77)

Jonas Bjorkman: 6 (Auckland, Indianapolis, Stockholm 97; Nottingham 98; Nottingham 02; Ho Chi Minh 05)

Carlos Costa: 6 (Estoril, Barcelona 92; Hilversum, Buenos Aires 93; Estoril, San Marino 94)

Mark Edmondson: 6 (Australian Open, Brisbane 76; Brisbane 78; Adelaide, Bristol, Brisbane 81)

David Ferrer: 6 (Bucharest 02; Stuttgart 06; Auckland, Bastad, Tokyo 07; Valencia 08)

John Fitzgerald: 6 (Kitzbuhel 81; Maui 82; Newport, Stowe 83; Sydney Outdoor 84; Sydney Outdoor 88)

Dominik Hrbaty: 6 (San Marino 98; Prague 99; Auckland 01; Adelaide, Auckland, Marseille 04)

Nicolas Kiefer: 6 (Toulouse 97; Tokyo, Halle, Tashkent 99; Dubai, Hong Kong 00)

Karol Kucera: 6 (Rosmalen 95; Ostrava 97; Sydney, New Haven 98; Basel 99; Copenhagen 03)

Amos Mansdorf: 6 (Johannesburg 86; Tel Aviv 87; Auckland, Paris Indoor 88; Rosmalen 90; Washington 93)

Nicolas Massu: 6 (Buenos Aires 02; Amsterdam, Palermo 03; Kitzbuhel, Athens Olympics 04; Costa do Sauipe 06)

Onny Parun: 6 (Jakarta, Bombay 74; Auckland 75; Auckland, Johannesburg - WCT, Johannesburg WCT 76)

Marty Riessen: 6 (Tehran WCT 71; Quebec WCT 72; Milan WCT 73; Cincinnati 74; Philadelphia WCT 75; Lafayette 79)

Tommy Robredo: 6 (Sopot 01; Barcelona 04; TMS Hamburg, Bastad 06; Sopot, Metz 07)

Bill Scanlon: 6 (Maui 78; Maui 79; Auckland, Bangkok 81; Zurich WCT 82; Newport 86)

Tim Wilkison: 6 (Sydney Outdoor 78; Auckland 79; Sydney Outdoor 81; Auckland 82; Vienna 84; Nancy 85)

Juan Aguilera: 5 (Aix-En-Provence, Hamburg 84; Bari 89; Nice, Hamburg 90)

Jimmy Arias: 5 (Tokyo Outdoor 82; Florence, Rome, Indianapolis, Palermo 83)

Corrado Barazzutti: 5 (Nice 76; Charlotte WCT, Bastad, Paris Indoor 77; Cairo 80)

Kevin Curren: 5 (Johannesburg 81; Cologne 82; Toronto 85; Atlanta 86; Frankfurt 89)

Younes El Aynaoui: 5 (Amsterdam 99; Bucharest 01; Doha, Casablanca, Munich 02)

Marcelo Filippini: 5 (Bastad 88; Prague 89; Florence 94; Atlanta, St. Poelten 97)

Richard Gasquet: 5 (Nottingham 05; Nottingham, Gstaad, Lyon 06; Mumbai 07)

Andres Gimeno: 5 (Hamburg 71; L.A., Roland Garros, Eastbourne, Gstaad 72)

Heinz Gunthardt: 5 (Springfield 78; Rotterdam, Gstaad, Johannesburg; Toulouse 83)

Jakob Hlasek: 5 (Wembley, Johannesburg 88; Rotterdam 89; Wembley 90; Basel 91)

Nicolas Lapentti: 5 (Bogota 96; Indianapolis, Lyon 99; Kitzbuhel 01; St. Poelten 02)

Peter McNamara: 5 (Berlin 79; Brussels 80; Hamburg, Melbourne Indoor 81; Brussels 83)

Andy Murray: 5 (San Jose 06; San Jose, St. Petersburg 07; Doha, Marseille 08)

Cedric Pioline: 5 (Copenhagen 96; Prague 97; Nottingham 99; Rotterdam, Monte Carlo 00)

Horacio de la Pena: 5 (Bahia 84; Marbella 85; Florence 89; Kitzbuhel 90; Charlotte 93)

Fabrice Santoro: 5 (Lyon 97; Marseille 99; Doha 00; Dubai 02; Newport 07)

Paradorn Srichaphan: 5 (Long Island, Stockholm 02; Chennai, Long Island 03; Nottingham 04)

Henrik Sundstrom: 5 (Nice 83; Bari, Monte Carlo, Bastad 84; Athens 86)

Jonas Svensson: 5 (Cologne 86; Vienna 87; Metz 88; Toulouse 90; Copenhagen 91)

Nicolas Almagro: 4 (Valencia 06; Valencia 07; Costa do Sauipe, Acapulco 08)

Juan Ignacio Chela: 4 (Mexico City 00; Amersfoort 02; Estoril 04; Acapulco 07)

Arnaud Clement: 4 (Lyon 00; Metz 03; Marseille, Washington 06)

Taylor Dent: 4 (Newport 02; Memphis, Bangkok, Moscow 03)

Colin Dibley: 4 (Kitzbuhel 72; Lacosta WCT, South Orange 73; Perth 80)

Jacco Eltingh: 4 (Manchester 92; Atlanta 93; Schenectady, Kuala Lumpur 94)

Nicolas Escude: 4 (Toulouse 99; Rotterdam 01; Rotterdam 02; Doha 04)

Peter Feigl: 4 (Cleveland 78; Linz, Cairo 79; Lagos 80)

Richard Fromberg: 4 (Bologna, Bastad, Wellington 90; Bucharest 97)

Hans Gildemeister: 4 (Barcelona, Santiago 79; Santiago 81; Bordeaux 82)

Sebastien Grosjean: 4 (Nottingham 00; TMS Paris 01; St. Petersburg 02; Lyon 07)

Tim Gullikson: 4 (Newport, Taipei, Adelaide 77; Johannesburg 78)

Paul-Henri Mathieu: 4 (Moscow, Lyon 02; Casablanca, Gstaad 07)

Andrew Pattison: 4 (Monte Carlo WCT, Johannesburg WCT 74; Laguna Niguel 77; Johannesburg 79)

Javier Sanchez: 4 (Buenos Aires 88; Bologna 89; Bologna 94; Tel Aviv 96)

Rainer Schuettler: 4 (Doha 99; Shanghai 01; Tokyo, Lyon 03)

Jan Siemerink: 4 (Singapore 91; Nottingham 96; Rotterdam, Toulouse 98)

Horst Skoff: 4 (Athens, Vienna 88; Geneva 90; Bastad 93)

Jason Stoltenberg: 4 (Manchester 93; Birmingham 94; Coral Springs 96; Coral Springs 97)

Dmitry Tursunov: 4 (Mumbai 06; Indianapolis, Bangkok 07; Sydney 08)

Butch Walts: 4 (Boca Raton 76; San Francisco 77; Dayton, Bologna 79)

Malivai Washington: 4 (Memphis, Charlotte 92; Ostrava 94; Bermuda 96)

Mark Woodforde: 4 (Auckland 86; Adelaide 88; Adelaide 89; Philadelphia 93)

Mikhail Youzhny: 4 (Stuttgart 02; St. Petersburg 04; Rotterdam 07; Chennai 08)

Jose Acasuso: 3 (Sopot 02; Bucharest 04; Vina del Mar 06)

Ronald Agenor: 3 (Athens 89; Genoa, Berlin 90)

Victor Amaya: 3 (Adelaide 77; Surbiton 79; Washington 80)

Mario Ancic: 3 ('s-Hertogenbosch 05; 's-Hertogenbosch, St. Petersburg 06)

Igor Andreev: 3 (Valencia, Palermo, Moscow 05)

Paul Annacone: 3 (L.A., Brisbane 85; Vienna 89)

Tomas Berdych: 3 (Palermo 04; TMS Paris 05; Halle 07)

Jay Berger: 3 (Buenos Aires 86; Sao Paulo 88; Charleston 89)

Arnaud Boetsch: 3 (Rosmalen, Toulouse 93; Toulouse 95)

Paolo Cane: 3 (Bordeaux 86; Bastad 89; Bologna 91)

Kenneth Carlsen: 3 (Hong Kong 98; Tokyo 02; Memphis 05)

Franco Davin: 3 (St. Vincent 89; Palermo 90; Bogota 94)

Scott Davis: 3 (Maui 83; Tokyo Outdoor 85; Auckland 90)

Phil Dent: 3 (Sydney Outdoor 71; Brisbane, Sydney Outdoor 79)

Slava Dosedel: 3 (Santiago 95; Munich 96; Amsterdam 97)

Kelly Evernden: 3 (Bristol, Brisbane 87; Wellington 89)

Peter Fleming: 3 (Bologna 78; Cincinnati, L.A. 79)

Javier Frana: 3 (Guaruja 91; Santiago 93; Nottingham 95)

Andrea Gaudenzi: 3 (Casablanca 98; St. Poelten, Bastad 01)

Joachim Johansson: 3 (Memphis 04; Adelaide, Marseille 05)

Ivo Karlovic: 3 (Houston, Nottingham, Stockholm 07)

Stefan Koubek: 3 (Atlanta 99; Delray Beach 00; Doha 03)

Nicklas Kulti: 3 (Adelaide 90; Adelaide 93; Halle 96)

Chris Lewis: 3 (Kitzbuhel 78; Munich 81; Auckland 85)

Michael Llodra: 3 ('s-Hertogenbosch 04; Adelaide, Rotterdam 08)

Xavier Malisse: 3 (Delray Beach 05; Chennai, Delray Beach 07)

Alberto Mancini: 3 (Bologna 88; Monte Carlo, Rome 89)

Alberto Martin: 3 (Casablanca, Bucharest 99; Mallorca 01)

Mario Martinez: 3 (Bordeaux 80; Venice 81; Palermo 82)

Wally Masur: 3 (Hong Kong 83; Adelaide 86; Newport 88)

Fernando Meligeni: 3 (Bastad 95; Pinehurst 96; Prague 98

Juan Monaco: 3 (Buenos Aires; Poertschach, Kitzbuhel 07)

Andrei Pavel: 3 (Tokyo 98; St. Poelten 00; TMS Montreal 01)

Mikael Pernfors: 3 (L.A., Scottsdale 88; Montreal 93)

David Prinosil: 3 (Newport 95; Ostrava 96; Halle 99)

Mariano Puerta: 3 (Palermo 98; Bogota 00; Casblanca 05)

Richey Reneberg: 3 (Tampa 91; Kuala Lumpur 93; Rosmalen 96)

Franco Squillari: 3 (Munich 99; Munich, Stuttgart 00)

Carl-Uwe Steeb: 3 (Gstaad 89; Genova 91; Moscow 95)

Bohdan Ulihrach: 3 (Prague, Montevideo 95; Umag 98)

Fernando Vicente: 3 (Merano 99; Casablanca 00; Bogota 01)

Alexander Volkov: 3 (Milan 91; Auckland 93; Moscow 94)

Kim Warwick: 3 (Bangalore 76; Adelaide 79; Johannesburg 80)

David Wheaton: 3 (Kiawah Island 90; Grand Slam Cup 91; Newport 94)

Mariano Zabaleta: 3 (Bogota 98; Bastad 03; Bastad 04)

Karim Alami: 2 (Atlanta, Palermo 96)

Julian Alonso: 2 (Santiago 97; Bologna 98)

Marcos Baghdatis: 2 (Beijing 06; Zagreb 07)

Patrick Baur: 2 (Guaruja, Seoul 91)

Byron Black: 2 (Seoul 96; Chennai 99)

Darren Cahill: 2 (Gstaad 88; San Francisco 91)

Agustin Calleri: 2 (Acapulco 03; Kitzbuhel 06)

Omar Camporese: 2 (Rotterdam 91; Milan 92)

Tomas Carbonell: 2 (Maceio 92; Casablanca 96)

Andrei Cherkasov: 2 (Moscow 90; Moscow 91)

Dick Crealy: 2 (Bastad 70; Nice 75)

Steve Darcis: 2 (Amersfoort 07; Memphis 08)

Filip Dewulf: 2 (Vienna 95; Kitzbuhel 97)

Yahiya Doumbia: 2 (Lyon 88; Bordeaux 95)

Mardy Fish: 2 (Stockholm 03; Houston 06)

Renzo Furlan: 2 (San Jose, Casablanca 94)

Jan-Michael Gambill: 2 (Scottsdale 99; Delray Beach 01)

Angel Gimenez: 2 (Vienna, Bournemouth 80)

Robby Ginepri: 2 (Newport 03; Indianapolis 05)

Shlomo Glickstein: 2 (Hobart 80; South Orange 81)

Marc-Kevin Goellner: 2 (Nice 93; Marbella 96)

Dan Goldie: 2 (Newport 87; Seoul 88)

Jerome Golmard: 2 (Dubai 99; Chennai 00)

Jim Grabb: 2 (Seoul 87; Taipei 92)

Luis Horna: 2 (Acapulco 06; Vina del Mar 07)

Andrew Ilie: 2 (Coral Springs 98; Atlanta 00)

Kelly Jones: 2 (Singapore 89; Singapore 90)

Bernd Karbacher: 2 (Cologne 92; Bastad 94)

Philipp Kohlschreiber: 2 (Munich 07; Auckland 08)

Jan Kroslak: 2 (Tel Aviv 95; Shanghai 97)

Paul McNamee: 2 (Palm Harbor 80; Baltimore WCT 82)

Terry Moor: 2 (Tokyo Outdoor 79; Cleveland 84)

Andrei Olhovskiy: 2 (Copenhagen 93; Shanghai 96)

Jaime Oncins: 2 (Bologna, Buzios 92)

Stefano Pescosolido: 2 (Scottsdale 92; Tel Aviv 93)

Hank Pfister: 2 (Maui 81; Newport 82)

Ulrich Pinner: 2 (Stuttgart Outdoor 78; Gstaad 79)

Olivier Rochus: 2 (Palermo 00; Munich 06)

Christian Saceanu: 2 (Bristol 88; Rosmalen 91)

John Sadri: 2 (Auckland 80; Denver 82)

David Sanchez: 2 (Vina del Mar, Bucharest 03)

Davide Sanguinetti: 2 (Milan, Delray Beach 02)

Manuel Santana: 2 (Philadelphia WCT 68; Barcelona 70)

Florent Serra: 2 (Bucharest 05; Adelaide 06)

Bryan Shelton: 2 (Newport 91; Newport 92)

Gilles Simon: 2 (Marseille, Bucharest 07)

Robin Soderling: 2 (Lyon 04; Milan 05)

Jonathan Stark: 2 (Bolzano 93; Singapore 96)

Radek Stepanek: 2 (Rotterdam 06; L.A. 07)

Jeff Tarango: 2 (Wellington, Tel Aviv 92)

Marian Vajda: 2 (Prague 87; Geneva 88)

Christo Van Rensburg: 2 (Orlando 87; Johannesburg 89)

Martin Verkerk: 2 (Milan 03; Amersfoort 04)

Filippo Volandri: 2 (St. Poelten 04; Palermo 06)

Chris Woodruff: 2 (Montreal 97; Newport 99)

Simon Youl: 2 (Schenectady 89; Singapore 92)

Chuck Adams: 1 (Seoul 93)

Pieter Aldrich: 1 (Newport 90)

Jose Francisco Altur: 1 (San Marino 89)

Alex Antonitsch: 1 (Seoul 90)

Hicham Arazi: 1 (Casablanca 97)

Carsten Arriens: 1 (Guaruja 92)

Wayne Arthurs: 1 (Scottsdale 05)

Juan Balcells: 1 (Bucharest 00)

Jeremy Bates: 1 (Seoul 94)

Dominique Bedel: 1 (Bogota 80)

Galo Blanco: 1 (San Marino 99)

Daniele Bracciali: 1 (Casablanca 06)

Fritz Buehning: 1 (Sydney Outdoor 80)

Wilhelm Bungert: 1 (Dusseldorf 70)

Lars Burgsmuller: 1 (Copenhagen 01)

Jordi Burillo: 1 (Bologna 93)

Alex Calatrava: 1 (San Marino 00)

Roberto Carretero: 1 (Hamburg 96)

Sergio Casal: 1 (Florence 85)

Arnaud Di Pasquale: 1 (Palermo 99)

Scott Draper: 1 (Queens 98)

Anthony Dupuis: 1 (Milan 04)

Frederic Fontang: 1 (Palermo 91)

Rolf Gehring: 1 (Munich 80)

Neville Godwin: 1 (Newport 01)

Marcel Granollers-Pujol: 1 (Houston 08)

Tom Gullikson: 1 (Newport 85)

Hernan Gumy: 1 (Santiago 96)

Paul Haarhuis: 1 (Jakarta 95)

Jerome Haehnel: 1 (Metz 04)

Per Hjertquist: 1 (Sofia 80)

Eric Jelen: 1 (Bristol 89)

Mark Koevermans: 1 (Athens 90)

Nicklas Kroon: 1 (Brisbane 89)

Leonardo Lavalle: 1 (Tel Aviv 91)

Hyung-Taik Lee: 1 (Sydney 03)

Feliciano Lopez: 1 (Vienna 04)

Juan Antonio Marin: 1 (Bastad 99)

Gabriel Markus: 1 (Nice 92)

Shuzo Matsuoka: 1 (Seoul 92)

Ricardo Mello: 1 (Delray Beach 04)

Jurgen Melzer: 1 (Bucharest 06)

Christian Miniussi: 1 (Sao Paulo 91)

Max Mirnyi: 1 (Rotterdam 03)

Gael Monfils: 1 (Sopot 05)

Wesley Moodie: 1 (Tokyo 05)

Massimiliano Narducci: 1 (Florence 88)

Jarkko Nieminen: 1 (Auckland 06)

Kei Nishikori: 1 (Delray Beach 08)

Leander Paes: 1 (Newport 98)

Dimitri Poliakov: 1 (Umag 91)

Albert Portas: 1 (TMS Hamburg 01)

Gianluca Pozzi: 1 (Brisbane 91)

Goran Prpic: 1 (Umag 90)

Jim Pugh: 1 (Newport 89)

Sam Querrey: 1 (Las Vegas 08)

Guillaume Raoux: 1 (Brisbane 92)

Derrick Rostagno: 1 (New Haven 90)

Sargis Sargsian: 1 (Newport 97)

Gilbert Schaller: 1 (Casablanca 95)

Howard Schoenfield: 1 (Tulsa 80)

Vincent Spadea: 1 (Scottsdale 04)

Milan Srejber: 1 (Rye Brook 88)

Sergei Stakhovsky: 1 (Zagreb 08)

Michal Tabara: 1 (Chennai 01)

Mikael Tillstrom: 1 (Singapore 99)

Jan Vacek: 1 (Salvador 01)

Santiago Ventura: 1 (Casablanca 04)

Fernando Verdasco: 1 (Valencia 04)

Andreas Vinciguerra: 1 (Copenhagen 00)

Adrian Voinea: 1 (Bournemouth 99)

Trey Waltke: 1 (Montgomery 79)

Stanislas Wawrinka: 1 (Umag 06)

Robbie Weiss: 1 (Sao Paulo 90)

Peter Wessels: 1 (Newport 00)


Players who won on all surfaces in the same year:
Jimmy Connors (72, 74, 78)
Ilie Nastase (72-73)
Stan Smith (74)
Bjorn Borg (77-80)
John McEnroe (79, 81, 84)
Mats Wilander (83)
Ivan Lendl (89)
Michael Stich (91)
Pete Sampras (94)
Roger Federer (03-05, 07)
Andy Roddick (05)

You forgot Federer's Halle title.

TankingTheSet
06-15-2008, 07:45 PM
Yves. :haha:

Firstly don't quote 277 pages of text every time.

Secondly the person who updates it can't update it every hour or every day, in fact once every few months is more realistic. :wavey:

Voo de Mar
07-17-2008, 02:41 AM
* Johan Kriek (14 titles!), Alex O'Brien, Van Winitsky, Julien Boutter, Thierry Tulasne, Ulf Stenlund, Vincent Van Patten, Nicolas Pereira, Martin Sinner, Mauricio hadad, Libor Pimek, Jan Gunnarsson, Andreas Maurer, Peter Lundgren, Markus Zoecke & Danny Salz should be added to the thread.

* Mikael Tillstrom won his first title in Chennai 1997 not in Singapore 1999 (he lost there the final to Rios)
* Tomas Smid won first title (Sarasota) in 1978 not in Stuttgart 1979
* I think Adelaide "1991" suits more to Kulti than "1990"

:wavey:

extremaduratenis
07-17-2008, 11:34 AM
according to atptennis.com, Manuel Santana has won 3 titles, 1969 Bastad must be included:
http://www.atptennis.com/3/en/players/playerprofiles/titles.asp?playernumber=S245

Sjengster
09-09-2008, 03:07 AM
* Johan Kriek (14 titles!), Alex O'Brien, Van Winitsky, Julien Boutter, Thierry Tulasne, Ulf Stenlund, Vincent Van Patten, Nicolas Pereira, Martin Sinner, Mauricio hadad, Libor Pimek, Jan Gunnarsson, Andreas Maurer, Peter Lundgren, Markus Zoecke & Danny Salz should be added to the thread.

* Mikael Tillstrom won his first title in Chennai 1997 not in Singapore 1999 (he lost there the final to Rios)
* Tomas Smid won first title (Sarasota) in 1978 not in Stuttgart 1979
* I think Adelaide "1991" suits more to Kulti than "1990"

:wavey:

I always knew I was missing out some players, but probably wouldn't have checked the ATP site again if you hadn't reminded me. :p Can't believe I forgot some of those names, particularly Boutter and Lundgren.

I should have updated this thread after Wimbledon, I think it's best to do it after every Grand Slam except RG, given that Wimbledon follows on so quickly from that.

TennisGrandSlam
09-15-2008, 01:25 AM
I always knew I was missing out some players, but probably wouldn't have checked the ATP site again if you hadn't reminded me. :p Can't believe I forgot some of those names, particularly Boutter and Lundgren.

I should have updated this thread after Wimbledon, I think it's best to do it after every Grand Slam except RG, given that Wimbledon follows on so quickly from that.

Nastase has 57 ATP singles titles.

Borg has 63 ATP singles titles.
:devil:

TennisGrandSlam
09-21-2008, 03:12 AM
Guillermo Vilas: 62 (Buenos Aires 73; Gstaad, Hilversum, Louisville, Montreal, Tehran, Buenos Aires, Masters 74; Munich, Hilversum, Washington, Louisville, Buenos Aires 75; St. Louis WCT, Fort Worth WCT, Monte Carlo WCT, Montreal, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires 76; Springfield, Buenos Aires, Virginia Beach, Roland Garros, Kitzbuhel, Washington, Louisville, South Orange, Columbus, US Open, Paris, Tehran, Bogota, Santiago, Buenos Aires, Johannesburg WCT 77; Hamburg, Munich, Gstaad, South Orange, Aix-En-Provence, Basel, Australian Open 78; Hobart, Washington, Buenos Aires, Australian Open 79; Rome, Kitzbuhel, Palermo 80; Mar Del Plata, Cairo, Houston 81; Buenos Aires, Rotterdam, Milan, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Boston, Kitzbuhel 82; Richmond WCT, Delray Beach WCT, Kitzbuhel 83)


ATP Profile updated : Louisville, South Orange, Columbus in 1977 are clay tournaments.

TennisGrandSlam
11-01-2008, 01:22 PM
Roger Federer: 57 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tokyo, TMS Madrid, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 06; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Hamburg, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 07; Estoril, Halle, US Open, Basel 08)

TennisGrandSlam
11-02-2008, 01:50 AM
Andy Roddick: 26 (Atlanta, Houston, Washington 01; Memphis, Houston 02; St Poelten, Queens, Indianapolis, TMS Montreal, TMS Cincinnati, US Open 03; San Jose, TMS Miami, Queens, Indianapolis 04; San Jose, Houston, Queens , Washington, Lyon 05; TMS Cincinnati 06; Queens, Washington 07; San Jose, Dubai, Beijing 08)

Corey Feldman
11-02-2008, 01:56 AM
i'm just baffled by the amount of times ATP change it, does anyone ever have any CONCRETE stats on titles and matches won?

Sjengster
11-02-2008, 02:25 AM
Yes, I tend to follow them like a sheep following the herd, and they're always revising the tallies - mostly up, but sometimes down (Connors apparently has two less titles than I previously thought, so I had to change that).

Despite TennisGrandSlam's LOUD protestations, I'm not including players like Laver because their numbers don't take into account pre-Open Era titles, including his first Grand Slam. And I'm updating this thread again after the TMC, as there's no point revising it week after week.

Sjengster
07-06-2009, 01:34 AM
An exhaustive bump for the first half of 2009.

ltaravilse
05-25-2011, 04:01 PM
Isn't it time to update this thread?

Blarghman
08-19-2011, 04:11 AM
Pat Cash: 7 (Melbourne 82; Brisbane, Melbourne 83; Nancy, Wimbledon, Johannesburg 87; Hong Kong 90)

I think this is wrong; despite the fact the ATP website agrees with it. The 2009 version of the ATP media guide is confused on this: it gives Cash's total as 7 titles on one page, but only 6 on another, omitting '83 Melbourne.

If you look at the ATP website, the '83 Melbourne draw is just a messed-up version of the '82 draw; at first glance it seems different, but only because the matches are in a different order: the scores of all matches are identical.

Anyone know anything more about this? Is there just a mistake in the draw webpage, or was there no '83 Melbourne tournament? Which page of the ATP guide is correct?

V.H.
08-19-2011, 06:39 PM
I think this is wrong; despite the fact the ATP website agrees with it. The 2009 version of the ATP media guide is confused on this: it gives Cash's total as 7 titles on one page, but only 6 on another, omitting '83 Melbourne.

If you look at the ATP website, the '83 Melbourne draw is just a messed-up version of the '82 draw; at first glance it seems different, but only because the matches are in a different order: the scores of all matches are identical.

Anyone know anything more about this? Is there just a mistake in the draw webpage, or was there no '83 Melbourne tournament? Which page of the ATP guide is correct?

You're right, it is wrong. I also noticed this during my work. It's hard whether it was actually meant to be a '82 or '83 tournament, but the Media Guide says '82. I guess the made a mistake since the tournament was played during new-year it was double-counted for both years.

jtipson
11-27-2011, 09:59 PM
*Roger Federer: 70 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tokyo, TMS Madrid, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 06; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Hamburg, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 07; Estoril, Halle, US Open, Basel 08; TMS Madrid, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati 09; Australian Open, TMS Cincinnati, Stockholm, Basel, World Tour Finals 10; Doha, Basel, TMS Paris, World Tour Finals 11)



After all these years, I remember to look here on here and Sjengster's already got it updated!

When you started this thread, Federer only had 6 titles...who would have thought he would reach 70?

Nice way to finish 2011 :)

Renaud
11-27-2011, 10:29 PM
Vienna 11 is missing for Tsonga :)

Sjengster
11-27-2011, 10:34 PM
I just did a huge update of this thread for the second half of 2011 about two hours ago, not sure how I missed the Vienna title - will add now.

Sjengster
11-27-2011, 10:42 PM
While I'm at it, even though it's several years too late I must thank Yves for quoting my entire first post in this thread back in 2008, as I managed to delete just about all of it by accident and had to paste it back in from his post. I would not have relished the prospect of trying to do it all again from scratch....

TennisGrandSlam
07-12-2012, 03:37 AM
Jimmy Connors is 109, Bjorn Borg is 64!

TennisGrandSlam
08-13-2012, 02:58 AM
All Muzzy, Djokers and Federer win 1 more titles :


Roger Federer: 76 (Milan 01; Sydney, TMS Hamburg, Vienna 02; Marseille, Dubai, Munich, Halle, Wimbledon, Vienna, Tennis Masters Cup 03; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, Gstaad, TMS Toronto, US Open, Bangkok, Tennis Masters Cup 04; Doha, Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, TMS Hamburg, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Bangkok 05; Doha, Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Halle, Wimbledon, TMS Toronto, US Open, Tokyo, TMS Madrid, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 06; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Hamburg, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati, US Open, Basel, Tennis Masters Cup 07; Estoril, Halle, US Open, Basel 08; TMS Madrid, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati 09; Australian Open, TMS Cincinnati, Stockholm, Basel, World Tour Finals 10; Doha, Basel, TMS Paris, World Tour Finals 11; Rotterdam, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Madrid, Wimbledon, TMS Cincinnati 12)


Novak Djokovic: 31 (Amersfoort, Metz 06; Adelaide, TMS Miami, Estoril, TMS Montreal, Vienna 07; Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Rome, Tennis Masters Cup 08; Dubai, Belgrade, Beijing, Basel, TMS Paris 09; Dubai, Beijing 10; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Belgrade, TMS Madrid, TMS Rome, Wimbledon, TMS Montreal, US Open 11; Australian Open, TMS Miami, TMS Toronto 12)


Andy Murray: 23 (San Jose 06; San Jose, St. Petersburg 07; Doha, Marseille, TMS Cincinnati, TMS Madrid, St. Petersburg 08; Doha, Rotterdam, TMS Miami, Queens, TMS Montreal, Valencia 09; TMS Toronto, TMS Shanghai 10; Queens, TMS Cincinnati, Bangkok, Tokyo, TMS Shanghai 11; Brisbane, London Olympics 12)

Litotes
09-27-2012, 10:24 AM
A fun statistic: Most wins with no title on one type of court:
Most without clay: Boris Becker 49
Most without grass: Thomas Muster 44
Most without indoor HC: Andres Gomez 21
Most without outdoor HC: Wojtek Fibak 15

G.100sic
10-21-2012, 07:30 PM
http://www.atpworldtour.com/News/Tennis/2012/10/41/Shanghai-Sunday-Djokovic-Wins-Seventh-Different-Masters-1000-Title.aspx
"In saving five match points to defeat two-time defending Shanghai Rolex Masters (http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/Tournaments/Shanghai.aspx) champion Andy Murray (http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/Players/MC10.aspx) on Sunday, Novak Djokovic (http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/Players/D643.aspx) made ATP World Tour Masters 1000 history. The World No. 2 became the first player to win seven of the current Masters 1000 crowns, surpassing Roger Federer (http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/Players/F324.aspx). The Swiss has won seven overall, with six of the events currently on the calendar. Djokovic and Federer also have the distinction of being the only players to reach all nine finals of the current Masters 1000 events."

TennisGrandSlam
11-19-2012, 04:47 AM
Novak Djokovic: 34 (Amersfoort, Metz 06; Adelaide, TMS Miami, Estoril, TMS Montreal, Vienna 07; Australian Open, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Rome, Tennis Masters Cup 08; Dubai, Belgrade, Beijing, Basel, TMS Paris 09; Dubai, Beijing 10; Australian Open, Dubai, TMS Indian Wells, TMS Miami, Belgrade, TMS Madrid, TMS Rome, Wimbledon, TMS Montreal, US Open 11; Australian Open, TMS Miami, TMS Toronto, Beijing, TMS Shanghai, World Tour Finals 12)


Djokovic Dynasty is just established

JurajCrane
12-02-2012, 02:12 PM
This thread is just great. :)

G.100sic
04-22-2013, 10:00 PM
Novak now sole owner of one tennis record - winner of 8 out of 9 different current ATP Masters 1000 tournaments!

G.100sic
11-03-2013, 08:15 PM
Djokovic enters 200+ Masters wins club, the fourth man to achieve the feat, and also the 15th 40+ ATP titles club.

TennisGrandSlam
03-01-2014, 07:59 PM
Connors has 110 titles

Federer has 78 titles

Nadal has 62 titles