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Tournament Ownership

Sjengster
02-24-2006, 06:00 PM
Grand Slams
Australian Open
Andre Agassi: 4 (95, 00-01, 03); Roger Federer: 4 (04, 06-07, 10)
Mats Wilander: 3 (83-84, 88); Novak Djokovic: 3 (08, 11-12)

Roland Garros
Rafael Nadal: 7 (05-08, 10-12)
Bjorn Borg: 6 (74-75, 78-81)
Mats Wilander: 3 (82, 85, 88); Ivan Lendl: 3 (84, 86-87); Gustavo Kuerten: 3 (97, 00-01)

Wimbledon
Pete Sampras: 7 (93-95, 97-00); Roger Federer: 7 (03-07, 09, 12)
Bjorn Borg: 5 (76-80)
John McEnroe: 3 (81, 83-84); Boris Becker: 3 (85-86, 89)

US Open
Jimmy Connors: 5 (74, 76, 78, 82-83); Pete Sampras: 5 (90, 93, 95-96, 02); Roger Federer: 5 (04-08)
John McEnroe: 4 (79-81, 84)
Ivan Lendl: 3 (85-87)


Super 9s/Masters Series
Indian Wells
Roger Federer: 4 (04-06, 12)
Michael Chang: 3 (92, 96-97)

Miami
Andre Agassi: 6 (90, 95-96, 01-03)
Novak Djokovic: 3 (07, 11-12)

Monte Carlo
Rafael Nadal: 8 (05-12)
Ilie Nastase: 3 (71-73); Bjorn Borg: 3 (77, 79-80); Thomas Muster: 3 (92, 95-96)

Rome
Rafael Nadal: 6 (05-07, 09-10, 12)
Thomas Muster: 3 (90, 95-96)

Hamburg/Madrid
Roger Federer: 6 (02, 04-05, 07, 09, 11)
Andrei Medvedev: 3 (94-95, 97)

Montreal/Toronto
Ivan Lendl: 6 (80-81, 83, 87-89); Andre Agassi: 3 (92, 94-95)*

Cincinnati
Mats Wilander: 4 (83-84, 86, 88); Roger Federer: 4 (05, 07, 09-10)
Pete Sampras: 3 (92, 97, 99); Andre Agassi: 3 (95-96, 04)

Stockholm/Essen/Stuttgart/Madrid/Shanghai
Boris Becker: 4 (90-91, 94, 96)**

Paris
Boris Becker: 3 (86, 89, 92); Marat Safin: 3 (00, 02, 04)

Masters/Singles Championship/Tennis Masters Cup/World Tour Finals
Roger Federer: 6 (03-04, 06-07, 10-11)
Ivan Lendl: 5 (81-82, 85-87); Pete Sampras: 5 (91, 94, 96-97, 99)
Ilie Nastase: 4 (71-73, 75)
John McEnroe: 3 (78, 83-84); Boris Becker: 3 (88, 92, 95)


The Regular Tour
Sydney
Lleyton Hewitt: 4 (00-01, 04-05)

Marseille
Marc Rosset: 3 (93-94, 00); Thomas Enqvist: 3 (97-98, 02)

San Jose
John McEnroe: 5 (78-79, 82, 84, 86)
Andre Agassi: 4 (90, 95, 98, 03)
Andy Roddick: 3 (04-05, 08)

Buenos Aires
Guillermo Vilas: 8 (73-77, 79, 82)***
Carlos Moya: 3 (95, 03, 06)

Rotterdam
Arthur Ashe: 3 (72, 75-76)

Memphis
Jimmy Connors: 4 (78-79, 83-84)
Andy Roddick: 3 (02, 09, 11)

Dubai
Roger Federer: 5 (03-05, 07, 12)
Novak Djokovic: 3 (09-11)

Las Vegas
Andre Agassi: 4 (as Scottsdale, 93-94, 98, 02)

Acapulco
Thomas Muster: 4 (as Mexico City, 93-96)

Houston
Jimmy Connors: 4 (74, 76, 78-79)
Manuel Orantes: 3 (73, 75, 77); Andy Roddick: 3 (01-02, 05)

Barcelona
Rafael Nadal: 7 (05-09, 11-12)
Mats Wilander: 3 (82-84)

St. Poelten
Thomas Muster: 4 (88, 93-95)
Marcelo Rios: 3 (96, 98-99)

Queen's
John McEnroe: 4 (79-81, 84); Boris Becker: 4 (85, 87-88, 96); Lleyton Hewitt: 4 (00-02, 06); Andy Roddick: 4 (03-05, 07)

Halle
Roger Federer: 5 (03-06, 08)
Yevgeny Kafelnikov: 3 (97-98, 02)

's-Hertogenbosch
Patrick Rafter: 3 (98-00)

Gstaad
Sergi Bruguera: 3 (92-94); Alex Corretja: 3 (98, 00, 02)

Bastad
Magnus Gustafsson: 4 (91-92, 96, 98)
Bjorn Borg: 3 (74, 78-79); Mats Wilander: 3 (82-83, 85)

Newport
Vijay Amritraj: 3 (76, 80, 84); Greg Rusedski: 3 (93, 04-05)

Amersfoort
Balazs Taroczy: 6 (as Hilversum, 76, 78-82)****
Karel Novacek: 3 (89, 92, 94)

Los Angeles
Andre Agassi: 4 (98, 01-02, 05)
Jimmy Connors: 3 (74, 82, 84)

Umag
Carlos Moya: 5 (96, 01-03, 07)
Thomas Muster: 3 (92-93, 95)

Kitzbuhel
Guillermo Vilas: 4 (77, 80, 82-83)
Albert Costa: 3 (95, 98-99)

Washington
Andre Agassi: 5 (90-91, 95, 98-99)
Guillermo Vilas: 3 (75, 77, 79); Jimmy Connors: 3 (76, 78, 88)

Beijing
Michael Chang: 3 (93-95)

Tokyo
Stefan Edberg: 4 (87, 89-91)
Pete Sampras: 3 (93-94, 96)

Vienna
Brian Gottfried: 4 (77, 80, 82-83)

Stockholm
John McEnroe: 4 (78-79, 84-85); Boris Becker: 4 (88, 90-91, 94)**

Moscow
Yevgeny Kafelnikov: 5 (97-01)
Nikolay Davydenko: 3 (04, 06-07)

Lyon
Pete Sampras: 3 (91-93)

Basel
Roger Federer: 5 (06-08, 10-11)
Stefan Edberg: 3 (85-86, 88)



Hat-tricks in chronological order:
Guillermo Vilas (Buenos Aires 73-77)
Bjorn Borg (Wimbledon 76-80)
Bjorn Borg (Roland Garros 78-81)
Balazs Taroczy (Hilversum 78-82)
John McEnroe (Queen's 79-81)
John McEnroe (US Open 79-81)
Mats Wilander (Barcelona 82-84)
Ivan Lendl (US Open 85-87)
Ivan Lendl (Masters 85-87)
Ivan Lendl (Montreal/Toronto 87-89)
Stefan Edberg (Tokyo 89-91)
Pete Sampras (Lyon 91-93)
Sergi Bruguera (Gstaad 92-94)
Thomas Muster (Mexico City 93-96)
Thomas Muster (St. Polten 93-95)
Pete Sampras (Wimbledon 93-95)
Michael Chang (Beijing 93-95)
Pete Sampras (Wimbledon 97-00)
Yevgeny Kafelnikov (Moscow 97-01)
Patrick Rafter ('s-Hertogenbosch 98-00)
Lleyton Hewitt (Queen's 00-02)
Andre Agassi (Miami 01-03)
Carlos Moya (Umag 01-03)
Roger Federer (Dubai 03-05)
Andy Roddick (Queen's 03-05)
Roger Federer (Halle 03-06)
Roger Federer (Wimbledon 03-07)
Roger Federer (Indian Wells 04-06)
Roger Federer (US Open 04-08)
Rafael Nadal (Monte Carlo 05-12)
Rafael Nadal (Barcelona 05-09)
Rafael Nadal (Rome 05-07)
Rafael Nadal (Roland Garros 05-08)
Roger Federer (Basel 06-08)
Novak Djokovic (Dubai 09-11)
Rafael Nadal (Roland Garros 10-12)

* The Super 9 series officially began in 1990, so here I present the two best records in Canada pre- and post-1990.

** Stockholm was a Super 9/Masters event from 1990-94, but a regular tournament before and since. Becker won in Stockholm in 1990, 91 and 94, but also won a fourth title in 88 when it was a normal ATP event.

*** Vilas actually won this title twice in 1977 as it was switched in the calendar so there were two editions held in the same year.

**** To my mind this is the most impressive achievement on the whole list - not just because Taroczy won five singles titles in a row, not just because he won six times in seven years, but because for four years running, from 78-81, he also won the doubles event as well. Now THAT is domination.

Jairus
03-18-2006, 10:55 PM
You are missing Agassi's hat-trick in Miami, 01-03

Sjengster
03-18-2006, 11:00 PM
Thanks for the heads-up.

Jairus
03-19-2006, 12:00 PM
No, thank you...I was looking to see who had hat tricks at master series' (since Fed is close) and now I know, thanks to you. Although, it is interesting that hat tricks at slams are more common than at master series'. Very strange.

Sjengster
03-19-2006, 08:14 PM
And now done. :D And he's only the third player to achieve it too, after Lendl and Agassi.... no surprise that all of them have been at hardcourt Masters events.

Jairus
03-20-2006, 07:27 AM
Very true about the hardcourt deal...although, it seems that someone has come close to a hattrick at each masters. And there's always Borg owning RG...(sorta) during the Vilas years.

Sjengster
07-29-2007, 11:37 PM
*bump*

stebs
08-01-2007, 03:30 PM
Great bump and great thread. Funny looking at the hat-tricks. Nadal basically hat-tricked the whole spring clay season.

NYCtennisfan
08-18-2007, 10:05 PM
Are you not counting defunct tournies? Connors had some hat tricks that aren't here. He won Birmingham 6 or 7 times in a row. I think he also won Hampton 4 times in a row.

Sjengster
11-28-2011, 05:37 PM
*updated*