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Records, Records, Records, Records

angiel
01-21-2006, 08:09 PM
http://www.tennisweb.it/images/Sampras/Settimane_n1_02.jpg

Greg-Pete fan
01-21-2006, 08:18 PM
First of all 14 Grand Slam titles

angiel
01-21-2006, 08:23 PM
First of all 14 Grand Slam titles


Hi there Greg, yes his 14 Grand Slams, but I think is record of 6 straight years as the world number one, top the lot and often get over look, which should not happen, do you know how great this is, and to stay so long at the top of men's tennis - 6 years - incredible. :worship: :worship:

Greg-Pete fan
01-21-2006, 08:29 PM
Hi there Greg, yes his 14 Grand Slams, but I think is record of 6 straight years as the world number one, top the lot and often get over look, which should not happen, do you know how great this is, and to stay so long at the top of men's tennis - 6 years - incredible. :worship: :worship:

I agree. It`s really incredible.

angiel
01-21-2006, 08:34 PM
I agree. It`s really incredible.


It is, and it get overlook all this time, here is a great photo for you.
http://66.51.113.130/fanzone/macy2000/pic_autograph.jpg

angiel
01-28-2006, 09:49 PM
THIS IS HIS CAKE FOR BEEN NUMBER ONE FOR SIX STRAIGHT YEARS- ENJOY.


http://www.tribuneindia.com/1998/98nov28/spl2701.jpg


DRINKING CHAMPAINE


http://pistol-pete.com/record6i.GIF

Greg-Pete fan
06-23-2006, 06:02 PM
Pete`s the best records: ;)

- 6 years in a row as number "one" (1993-1998)
- 14 Grand Slam titles (2. Roy Emmerson - 12 titles)
- 7 Wimbledon titles (with William Renshaw who also won 7 Wimbledon titles)
- $43, 280, 489 earned in the courts (2. Andre Agassi above - $ 30 000 000)
- The most winning tiebreaks - 328-194 (2. Goran Ivanisevic - 276-207)

Moreover Pete was the best player in aces twice: ;)

- in 1993 (1011 aces, average 10,0 ace per match)
- in 1995 (974 aces, average 11,0 ace per match)

angiel
07-13-2006, 01:14 AM
Posted on Sun, Jul. 09, 2006
Today in sports


1995 – Pete Sampras becomes the first American to win Wimbledon three straight years by beating Boris Becker in four sets.