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leading all-time career match winners (500 club)

gomarray
10-20-2006, 04:06 PM
All info comes from the ATP website. Let me know if I missed anybody.

1. Jimmy Connors 1222
2. Ivan Lendl 1070
3. Guillermo Vilas 920
4. Andre Agassi 870
5. John McEnroe 864
6. Stefan Edberg 806
7. Pete Sampras 762
8. Ilie Nastase 729
9. Boris Becker 713
10. Brian Gottfried 678
11. Michael Chang 662
12. Manuel Orantes 647
13. Stan Smith 640
14. Arthur Ashe 637
15. Thomas Muster 622
16. Yevgeny Kafelnikov 609
17. Goran Ivanisevic 599
18. Roscoe Tanner 583
19. Eddie Dibbs 579
20. Bjorn Borg 576
21. Mats Wilander 571
22. Harold Solomon 564
23. Andres Gomez 523
24. Tom Okker 521
25. Brad Gilbert 519
26. Raul Ramirez 517
27. Tomas Smid 515
28. Wojtek Fibak 514
29. Wayne Ferreira 512
30. Jim Courier 506
30. John Alexander 506
32. Vitus Gerulaitis 503
33. Carlos Moya 501

Voo de Mar
10-20-2006, 04:45 PM
On itftennis.com is a little otherwise :confused: For example Top 10.

1 - Jimmy Connors (1154)
2 - Ivan Lendl (1068)
3 - Guillermo Vilas (940)
4 - John McEnroe (881)
5 - Andre Agassi (870)
6 - Stefan Edberg (806)
7 - Pete Sampras (762)
8 - Ilie Nastase (728)
9 - Boris Becker (713)
10 - Michael Chang (661)

gomarray
10-22-2006, 01:10 AM
It's weird that in some instances the ATP total for a particular player is higher, and for others the ITF total is higher. Maybe some events are only recognized by one of the governing bodies. Does anybody have any knowledge of this?

zanza67
10-26-2006, 07:45 PM
itftennis does not have all the results that atptour.com have. But atptour.com are missing many tournements from 1968-1978. For example connors only has 105 titles on atptour.com but correct number is 109

Voo de Mar
10-26-2006, 08:21 PM
I wonder why atptour.com have mistake like this and tie-breaks scores only since 1991 :confused:

zanza67
10-26-2006, 09:54 PM
i have emailed atptour lot of times but they never answer on anything.

Voo de Mar
10-27-2006, 12:30 AM
I have the same problem with atptennis.com :sad:

Stevens Point
03-04-2007, 11:39 AM
Federer will join the club soon. :cool:

Marek.
04-04-2007, 07:12 AM
Federer will join the club soon. :cool:

It's taking longer than any of us thought:sad:
It shall come in Monte Carlo though:yeah:

alessandro
02-09-2008, 02:08 PM
Federer isn't in the club yet although he won so many titles already? Wow.

JediFed
02-13-2008, 03:47 AM
1. Jimmy Connors 1222
2. Ivan Lendl 1070
3. Guillermo Vilas 920
4. Andre Agassi 870
5. John McEnroe 864
6. Stefan Edberg 806
7. Pete Sampras 762
8. Ilie Nastase 729
9. Boris Becker 713
10. Brian Gottfried 678
11. Michael Chang 662
12. Manuel Orantes 647
13. Stan Smith 640
14. Arthur Ashe 637
15. Thomas Muster 622
16. Yevgeny Kafelnikov 609
17. Goran Ivanisevic 599
18. Roger Federer 585
19. Roscoe Tanner 583
20. Eddie Dibbs 579
21. Bjorn Borg 576
22. Mats Wilander 571
23. Harold Solomon 564
24. Carlos Moya 551
25. Andres Gomez 523
26. Tom Okker 521
27. Brad Gilbert 519
28. Raul Ramirez 517
29. Tomas Smid 515
30. Wojtek Fibak 514
31. Wayne Ferreira 512
32. Jim Courier 506
33. John Alexander 506
34. Vitus Gerulaitis 503

JediFed
06-15-2008, 12:46 AM
Federer passes two career legends, Wilander and Borg.

Next up, Goran.

Moose Malloy
09-24-2008, 08:19 PM
Check ATP stats. They're adding old/forgotten tournaments right now (don't know why)and numbers are changing a bit.

fabmol
10-05-2008, 03:18 PM
its amazing that those guys won so many matches

Thanos
11-19-2008, 02:00 AM
i dont think anyone will ever pass connors

JediFed
01-28-2009, 12:02 AM
We have a new member to the 500 club. Lleyton Hewitt.

1. Jimmy Connors 1222
2. Ivan Lendl 1070
3. Guillermo Vilas 920
4. Andre Agassi 870
5. John McEnroe 864
6. Stefan Edberg 806
7. Pete Sampras 762
8. Ilie Nastase 729
9. Boris Becker 713
10. Brian Gottfried 678
11. Michael Chang 662
12. Roger Federer 650
13. Manuel Orantes 647
14. Stan Smith 640
15. Arthur Ashe 637
16. Thomas Muster 622
17. Yevgeny Kafelnikov 609
18. Goran Ivanisevic 599
19. Roscoe Tanner 583
20. Eddie Dibbs 579
21. Bjorn Borg 576
22. Carlos Moya 573
23. Mats Wilander 571
24. Harold Solomon 564
25. Andres Gomez 523
26. Tom Okker 521
27. Brad Gilbert 519
28. Raul Ramirez 517
29. Tomas Smid 515
30. Wojtek Fibak 514
31. Wayne Ferreira 512
32. Jim Courier 506
33. John Alexander 506
34. Vitus Gerulaitis 503
35. Lleyton Hewitt 503

JediFed
07-06-2009, 07:55 PM
1. Jimmy Connors 1222
2. Ivan Lendl 1070
3. Guillermo Vilas 920
4. Andre Agassi 870
5. John McEnroe 864
6. Stefan Edberg 806
7. Pete Sampras 762
8. Ilie Nastase 729
9. Boris Becker 713
10. Brian Gottfried 678
11. Michael Chang 662
12. Roger Federer 657
13. Manuel Orantes 647
14. Stan Smith 640
15. Arthur Ashe 637
16. Thomas Muster 622
17. Yevgeny Kafelnikov 609
18. Goran Ivanisevic 599
19. Roscoe Tanner 583
20. Eddie Dibbs 579
21. Bjorn Borg 576
22. Carlos Moya 573
23. Mats Wilander 571
24. Harold Solomon 564
25. Andres Gomez 523
26. Tom Okker 521
27. Brad Gilbert 519
28. Raul Ramirez 517
29. Tomas Smid 515
30. Wojtek Fibak 514
31. Wayne Ferreira 512
32. Lleyton Hewitt 506
33. Jim Courier 506
34. John Alexander 506
35. Vitus Gerulaitis 503

germex
07-07-2009, 03:10 AM
Nice to see Raul Ramirez in the club. I remember some greta games against Connors on the Davis Cup.

Voo de Mar
08-07-2009, 02:39 AM
Roddick has joined as 36th player (16th American), some new numbers on atpworldtour.com...

1) 1241 - Jimmy Connors (277)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)

3) 923 - Guillermo Vilas (284)

4) 875 - John McEnroe (198)
5) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)
6) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)

7) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
8) 755 - Ilie Nastase (289)
9) 713 - Boris Becker (214)

10) 677 - Brian Gottfried (321)
11) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
12) 657 - Roger Federer (155)
13) 647 - Manuel Orantes (248)
14) 642 - Stan Smith (264)
15) 640 - Arthur Ashe (206)
16) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
17) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
18) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

19) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
20) 585 - Roscoe Tanner (287)
21) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
22) 573 - Carlos Moya (314)
23) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
24) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
25) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
26) 521 - Tom Okker (220)
27) 520 - Raul Ramirez (261)
28) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
29) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
30) 516 - Tomas Smid (333)
31) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
32) 511 - Lleyton Hewitt (175)
33) 510 - Vitas Gerulaitis (221)
34) 509 - John Alexander (380)
35) 506 - Jim Courier (237)
36) 500 - Andy Roddick (157)

JediFed
08-07-2009, 07:58 AM
Thanks Voo! :D I was just about to bump this in honour of Roddick.

JediFed
10-22-2009, 09:43 PM
1) 1241 - Jimmy Connors (277)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)

3) 923 - Guillermo Vilas (284)

4) 875 - John McEnroe (198)
5) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)
6) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)

7) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
8) 755 - Ilie Nastase (289)
9) 713 - Boris Becker (214)

10) 677 - Brian Gottfried (321)
11) 672 - Roger Federer
12) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
13) 647 - Manuel Orantes (248)
14) 642 - Stan Smith (264)
15) 640 - Arthur Ashe (206)
16) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
17) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
18) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

19) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
20) 585 - Roscoe Tanner (287)
21) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
22) 573 - Carlos Moya (314)
23) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
24) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
25) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
26) 521 - Tom Okker (220)
27) 520 - Lleyton Hewitt
28) 520 - Raul Ramirez (261)
29) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
30) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
31) 516 - Tomas Smid (333)
32) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
33) 510 - Vitas Gerulaitis (221)
34) 509 - John Alexander (380)
35) 507 - Andy Roddick (157)
36) 506 - Jim Courier (237)

JediFed
01-22-2010, 08:38 AM
1) 1241 - Jimmy Connors (277)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)

3) 923 - Guillermo Vilas (284)

4) 875 - John McEnroe (198)
5) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)
6) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)

7) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
8) 755 - Ilie Nastase (289)
9) 717 - Roger Federer (171)
10) 713 - Boris Becker (214)


11) 677 - Brian Gottfried (321)
12) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
13) 647 - Manuel Orantes (248)
14) 642 - Stan Smith (264)
15) 640 - Arthur Ashe (206)
16) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
17) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
18) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

19) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
20) 585 - Roscoe Tanner (287)
21) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
22) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
23) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
24) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
25) 546 - Andy Roddick
26) 541 - Lleyton Hewitt
27) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
28) 521 - Tom Okker (220)
29) 520 - Raul Ramirez (261)
30) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
31) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
32) 516 - Tomas Smid (333)
33) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
34) 510 - Vitas Gerulaitis (221)
35) 509 - John Alexander (380)
36) 506 - Jim Courier (237)

Roger passes Boris Becker for 9th. :)

dummydam
01-25-2010, 06:19 PM
connors cant be beaten in years to come.......so hats off to him..

JediFed
05-23-2011, 12:57 AM
1) 1241 - Jimmy Connors (277)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)
3) 923 - Guillermo Vilas (284)
4) 875 - John McEnroe (198)
5) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)

6) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)
7) 771 - Roger Federer (180)
8) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
9) 755 - Ilie Nastase (289)
10) 713 - Boris Becker (214)


11) 677 - Brian Gottfried (321)
12) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
13) 647 - Manuel Orantes (248)
14) 642 - Stan Smith (264)
15) 640 - Arthur Ashe (206)
16) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
17) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
18) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

19) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
20) 585 - Roscoe Tanner (287)
21) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
22) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
23) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
24) 571 - Andy Roddick (183)
25) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
26) 546 - Lleyton Hewitt (197)
27) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
28) 521 - Tom Okker (220)
29) 520 - Raul Ramirez (261)
30) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
31) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
32) 516 - Tomas Smid (333)
33) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
34) 510 - Vitas Gerulaitis (221)
35) 509 - John Alexander (380)
36) 506 - Jim Courier (237)

JediFed
05-23-2011, 01:00 AM
McEnroe, 104 away for Federer and only 18 losses. Fed has a real shot at matching this.

TennisOnWood
05-23-2011, 07:07 PM
What do you think of less famous player Rafael Nadal with 508 ATP wins?

JediFed
05-23-2011, 09:02 PM
What about him?

TennisOnWood
05-23-2011, 09:30 PM
Nothing.. maybe he can go on the list. After all, he is just 2nd youngest player who achieved 500 ATP wins

JediFed
09-02-2011, 10:25 PM
1) 1241 - Jimmy Connors (277)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)
3) 923 - Guillermo Vilas (284)
4) 875 - John McEnroe (198)
5) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)

6) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)
7) 787 - Roger Federer (185)
8) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
9) 755 - Ilie Nastase (289)
10) 713 - Boris Becker (214)


11) 677 - Brian Gottfried (321)
12) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
13) 647 - Manuel Orantes (248)
14) 642 - Stan Smith (264)
15) 640 - Arthur Ashe (206)
16) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
17) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
18) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

19) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
20) 585 - Roscoe Tanner (287)
21) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
22) 579 - Andy Roddick (192)
23) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
23) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
25) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
26) 551 - Lleyton Hewitt (202)
27) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
28) 521 - Tom Okker (220)
29) 520 - Raul Ramirez (261)
30) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
31) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
32) 516 - Tomas Smid (333)
33) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
34) 510 - Vitas Gerulaitis (221)
35) 509 - John Alexander (380)
36) 506 - Jim Courier (237)

Roddick moves up to being number 2 on the active list, after passing Moya and his retirement. Sad to see that Moya won't hit 600 now.

TennisOnWood
09-06-2011, 10:18 AM
Still no time to put Rafa on the list :lol:

JediFed
12-31-2011, 07:09 PM
1) 1241 - Jimmy Connors (277)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)
3) 923 - Guillermo Vilas (284)
4) 875 - John McEnroe (198)
5) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)

6) 807 - Roger Federer (186)
7) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)
8) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
9) 755 - Ilie Nastase (289)
10) 713 - Boris Becker (214)

11) 677 - Brian Gottfried (321)
12) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
13) 647 - Manuel Orantes (248)
14) 642 - Stan Smith (264)
15) 640 - Arthur Ashe (206)
16) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
17) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
18) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

19) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
20) 589 - Andy Roddick (197)
21) 585 - Roscoe Tanner (287)
22) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
23) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
23) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
25) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
26) 551 - Lleyton Hewitt (204)
27) 541 - Rafael Nadal (116)
28) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
29) 521 - Tom Okker (220)
30) 520 - Raul Ramirez (261)
31) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
32) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
33) 516 - Tomas Smid (333)
34) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
35) 510 - Vitas Gerulaitis (221)
36) 509 - John Alexander (380)
37) 506 - Jim Courier (237)

JediFed
12-31-2011, 07:14 PM
Big update! Roger passes tennis legend Stefan Edberg at 806, and reaches the 800 win milestone.

Only 63 back of Andre Agassi.

He is now 6th all-time.

Also, Andy Roddick, just 11 shy of 600. Catching up to Goran. That's not too shabby a career.

He is now 20th all time on the wins list.

Welcome to the list Rafa Nadal

TennisOnWood
01-01-2012, 12:33 AM
All time no, just Open era

Rosewall, Laver and Gonzales won more matches than Connors

JediFed
05-11-2012, 10:44 AM
1) 1241 - Jimmy Connors (277)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)
3) 923 - Guillermo Vilas (284)
4) 875 - John McEnroe (198)
5) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)

6) 835 - Roger Federer (189)
7) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)
8) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
9) 755 - Ilie Nastase (289)
10) 713 - Boris Becker (214)

11) 677 - Brian Gottfried (321)
12) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
13) 647 - Manuel Orantes (248)
14) 642 - Stan Smith (264)
15) 640 - Arthur Ashe (206)
16) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
17) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
18) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

19) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
20) 596 - Andy Roddick (203)
21) 585 - Roscoe Tanner (287)
22) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
23) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
24) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
25) 569 - Rafael Nadal (120)
26) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
27) 555 - Lleyton Hewitt (206)
28) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
29) 521 - Tom Okker (220)
30) 520 - Raul Ramirez (261)
31) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
32) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
33) 516 - Tomas Smid (333)
34) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
35) 510 - Vitas Gerulaitis (221)
36) 509 - John Alexander (380)
37) 506 - Jim Courier (237)

Fed now needs to go 41-9 to pass Johnny Mac, and is just 36 wins off Agassi's ATP tour record.

If you take away Borg's collapse, Borg was 604-111 at his peak a percentage of 84.48, and Nadal is going to fall short. Tough. Fish's win at Cincy was Nadal's 111th loss.

JediFed
10-23-2012, 09:27 PM
1) 1241 - Jimmy Connors (277)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)
3) 923 - Guillermo Vilas (284)
4) 878 - Roger Federer (196)
5) 875 - John McEnroe (198)

6) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)
7) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)
8) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
9) 755 - Ilie Nastase (289)
10) 713 - Boris Becker (214)

11) 677 - Brian Gottfried (321)
12) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
13) 647 - Manuel Orantes (248)
14) 642 - Stan Smith (264)
15) 640 - Arthur Ashe (206)
16) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
17) 612 - Andy Roddick (213)
18) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
19) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

20) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
21) 585 - Roscoe Tanner (287)
22) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
23) 583 - Rafael Nadal (122)
24) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
25) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
26) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
27) 566 - Lleyton Hewitt (217)
28) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
29) 521 - Tom Okker (220)
30) 520 - Raul Ramirez (261)
31) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
32) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
33) 516 - Tomas Smid (333)
34) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
35) 510 - Vitas Gerulaitis (221)
36) 509 - John Alexander (380)
37) 506 - Jim Courier (237)
38) 500 - Tommy Haas (283)

JediFed
01-22-2013, 05:18 AM
1) 1241 - Jimmy Connors (277)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)
3) 923 - Guillermo Vilas (284)
4) 882 - Roger Federer (197)
5) 875 - John McEnroe (198)

6) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)
7) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)
8) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
9) 755 - Ilie Nastase (289)
10) 713 - Boris Becker (214)

11) 677 - Brian Gottfried (321)
12) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
13) 647 - Manuel Orantes (248)
14) 642 - Stan Smith (264)
15) 640 - Arthur Ashe (206)
16) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
17) 612 - Andy Roddick (213)
18) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
19) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

20) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
21) 585 - Roscoe Tanner (287)
22) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
23) 583 - Rafael Nadal (122)
24) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
25) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
26) 568 - Lleyton Hewitt (218)
27) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
28) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
29) 521 - Tom Okker (220)
30) 520 - Raul Ramirez (261)
31) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
32) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
33) 516 - Tomas Smid (333)
34) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
35) 510 - Vitas Gerulaitis (221)
36) 509 - John Alexander (380)
37) 506 - Jim Courier (237)
38) 501 - Tommy Haas (285)
39) 500 - David Ferrer (247)

JediFed
01-22-2013, 05:21 AM
Federer generation has 5, not counting JCF (472), and Safin (495). That's a total of 7 players with more than 470 wins.

Second deepest generation (about 240 wins shy of Sampras generation), with time still left to play. Ferrer + Federer combined still bringing in the wins.

Keddy
01-31-2013, 07:47 AM
1) 1241 - Jimmy Connors (277)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)
3) 923 - Guillermo Vilas (284)
4) 882 - Roger Federer (197)
5) 875 - John McEnroe (198)

6) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)
7) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)
8) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
9) 755 - Ilie Nastase (289)
10) 713 - Boris Becker (214)

11) 677 - Brian Gottfried (321)
12) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
13) 647 - Manuel Orantes (248)
14) 642 - Stan Smith (264)
15) 640 - Arthur Ashe (206)
16) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
17) 612 - Andy Roddick (213)
18) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
19) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

20) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
21) 585 - Roscoe Tanner (287)
22) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
23) 583 - Rafael Nadal (122)
24) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
25) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
26) 568 - Lleyton Hewitt (218)
27) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
28) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
29) 521 - Tom Okker (220)
30) 520 - Raul Ramirez (261)
31) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
32) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
33) 516 - Tomas Smid (333)
34) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
35) 510 - Vitas Gerulaitis (221)
36) 509 - John Alexander (380)
37) 506 - Jim Courier (237)
38) 501 - Tommy Haas (285)
39) 500 - David Ferrer (247)

Doesn't Roger Federer have 883 wins and 199 losses instead of 197 losses?

JediFed
02-08-2013, 10:25 AM
Not at the time of post. I'll update him again probably after Wimbledon.

born_on_clay
02-15-2013, 12:21 PM
Rafa :yeah: quite impressive win-loss %

G.100sic
05-30-2013, 10:08 PM
Do you people have it in your data at what age players entered this Club 500?

Kyle_Johansen
05-31-2013, 06:25 AM
So close to Federer reaching 900. That is quite something. I could see Rafa reaching that too if he remains healthy.

JediFed
05-31-2013, 09:34 AM
1) 1241 - Jimmy Connors (277)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)
3) 923 - Guillermo Vilas (284)

4) 898 - Roger Federer (197)
5) 875 - John McEnroe (198)
6) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)
7) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)

8) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
9) 755 - Ilie Nastase (289)
10)713 - Boris Becker (214)

11) 677 - Brian Gottfried (321)
12) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
13) 647 - Manuel Orantes (248)
14) 642 - Stan Smith (264)
15) 640 - Arthur Ashe (206)
16) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
17) 612 - Andy Roddick (213)
18) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
19) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

20) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
21) 585 - Roscoe Tanner (287)
22) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
23) 583 - Rafael Nadal (122)
24) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
25) 574 - Lleyton Hewitt (226)
26) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
27) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
28) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
29) 521 - Tom Okker (220)
29) 521 - Tommy Haas (292)
31) 520 - Raul Ramirez (261)
31) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
33) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
33) 519 - David Ferrer (255)
34) 516 - Tomas Smid (333)
35) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
36) 510 - Vitas Gerulaitis (221)
37) 509 - John Alexander (380)
38) 506 - Jim Courier (237)

mcarvalho
05-31-2013, 01:12 PM
You really don't like Nadal...:D You kept him with the same score that he had in january.

With his victory against Klizan, Nadal has already 621-124. He's about to catch Muster.

Federer will make the 899 victory if he beat Benneteau; Haas achieved today his 523 and Ferrer 521.

And Djokovic will join this club if he beat Dimitrov tomorrow.

Kyle_Johansen
06-01-2013, 06:52 AM
I wonder who had the least losses in getting to 500 wins. I'm guessing Rafa.

Litotes
06-01-2013, 02:26 PM
I wonder who had the least losses in getting to 500 wins. I'm guessing Rafa.

Borg. He won his 500th in his 600th match.

G.100sic
06-02-2013, 11:46 AM
So, Novak entered the club!

Kyle_Johansen
06-03-2013, 05:03 AM
Borg. He won his 500th in his 600th match.

Ridiculous. I assume Rafa is second in that.

Litotes
06-03-2013, 06:10 AM
Ridiculous. I assume Rafa is second in that.

Yes, not far behind. He won his 500th in his 605th.

JediFed
06-03-2013, 09:19 AM
With his victory against Klizan, Nadal has already 621-124. He's about to catch Muster.

Federer will make the 899 victory if he beat Benneteau; Haas achieved today his 523 and Ferrer 521.

And Djokovic will join this club if he beat Dimitrov tomorrow.


Hence the update now. I'll update this again at the end of the year. :)

Litotes
11-09-2013, 05:14 PM
Today Federer won his 923th match, getting him up to equal 3rd with Vilas.

bry17may
11-10-2013, 06:40 AM
Today Federer won his 923th match, getting him up to equal 3rd with Vilas.

The ATP update some tournaments and now Vilas have 929 wins :p

Litotes
11-10-2013, 07:59 AM
The ATP update some tournaments and now Vilas have 929 wins :p

You're right! Still 4th at the end of this season, then.

ObviouslySpanish
11-17-2013, 03:42 PM
Time to actualise this thread, -one of my favourites-.

Ferrer at 548 has now overtaken Haas (547).

Litotes
11-18-2013, 01:19 PM
After the 2013 season:

1) 1253 - Jimmy Connors (278)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)
3) 929 - Guillermo Vilas (286)

4) 923 - Roger Federer (215)
5) 875 - John McEnroe (198)
6) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)
7) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)
8) 779 - Ilie Nastase (304)
9) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
10)713 - Boris Becker (214)

11) 683 - Arthur Ashe (225)
12) 679 - Brian Gottfried (323)
13) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
14) 658 - Stan Smith (271)
14) 658 - Rafael Nadal (129)
16) 641 - Manuel Orantes (253)
17) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
18) 612 - Andy Roddick (213)
19) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
20) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

21) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
22) 591 - Lleyton Hewitt (236)
23) 587 - Roscoe Tanner (288)
24) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
25) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
26) 574 - Tom Okker (242)
27) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
28) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
29) 548 - David Ferrer (270)
30) 547 - Tommy Haas (304)
31) 543 - Novak Djokovic (132)
32) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
33) 520 - Raul Ramirez (260)
33) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
35) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
36) 517 - Tomas Smid (333)
36) 517 - John Alexander (385)
38) 515 - Vitas Gerulaitis (223)
39) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
40) 506 - Jim Courier (237)

Fargif
12-10-2013, 02:45 PM
In 2014 Federer will reach 3rd all time and my guess is his final place.He will get over the 1000 and depending on injuries and results he can come close to Lendl, but not if he continues with 2013 results.
Rafa will reach 10th place baring any injury.
Hewitt can jump to 18th my best guess.
Nole will jump tp 20th or 21st. In front of Ferrer 23rd and Haas 24th.

Where is Andy Murray? Maybe on 2015 he will reach the 500 club.

Litotes
12-10-2013, 04:08 PM
Where is Andy Murray? Maybe on 2015 he will reach the 500 club.

Murray has 422 career wins and so it looks unlikely he'll reach the club in 2014, but all the more likely in 2015.

nolethebest
12-13-2013, 12:07 PM
After the 2013 season:

1) 1253 - Jimmy Connors (278)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)
3) 929 - Guillermo Vilas (286)

4) 923 - Roger Federer (215)
5) 875 - John McEnroe (198)
6) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)
7) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)
8) 779 - Ilie Nastase (304)
9) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
10)713 - Boris Becker (214)

11) 683 - Arthur Ashe (225)
12) 679 - Brian Gottfried (323)
13) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
14) 658 - Stan Smith (271)
14) 658 - Rafael Nadal (129)
16) 641 - Manuel Orantes (253)
17) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
18) 612 - Andy Roddick (213)
19) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
20) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

21) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
22) 591 - Lleyton Hewitt (236)
23) 587 - Roscoe Tanner (288)
24) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
25) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
26) 574 - Tom Okker (242)
27) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
28) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
29) 548 - David Ferrer (270)
30) 547 - Tommy Haas (304)
31) 543 - Novak Djokovic (132)
32) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
33) 520 - Raul Ramirez (260)
33) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
35) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
36) 517 - Tomas Smid (333)
36) 517 - John Alexander (385)
38) 515 - Vitas Gerulaitis (223)
39) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
40) 506 - Jim Courier (237)

Novak will get pass bjorn borg next year if he get 70+ match wins which I think he will :worship:

mcarvalho
12-22-2013, 02:42 PM
After the 2013 season:

1) 1253 - Jimmy Connors (278)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)
3) 929 - Guillermo Vilas (286)

4) 923 - Roger Federer (215)
5) 875 - John McEnroe (198)
6) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)
7) 806 - Stefan Edberg (270)
8) 779 - Ilie Nastase (304)
9) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
10)713 - Boris Becker (214)

11) 683 - Arthur Ashe (225)
12) 679 - Brian Gottfried (323)
13) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
14) 658 - Stan Smith (271)
14) 658 - Rafael Nadal (129)
16) 641 - Manuel Orantes (253)
17) 622 - Thomas Muster (271)
18) 612 - Andy Roddick (213)
19) 609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)
20) 608 - Bjorn Borg (127)

21) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
22) 591 - Lleyton Hewitt (236)
23) 587 - Roscoe Tanner (288)
24) 584 - Eddie Dibbs (252)
25) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
26) 574 - Tom Okker (242)
27) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
28) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
29) 548 - David Ferrer (270)
30) 547 - Tommy Haas (304)
31) 543 - Novak Djokovic (132)
32) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
33) 520 - Raul Ramirez (260)
33) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
35) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
36) 517 - Tomas Smid (333)
36) 517 - John Alexander (385)
38) 515 - Vitas Gerulaitis (223)
39) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
40) 506 - Jim Courier (237)

I think ATP has made some more updates. Those players have new data:

Stefan Edberg 801(270)
Thomas Muster 621 (273)
Bjorn Borg 609 (127)
Eddie Dibbs 586 (253)

And we can count also Ken Rosewall 550 (175), Rod Laver 536 (136) and John Newcombe 520 (181).

Litotes
12-22-2013, 03:33 PM
I think ATP has made some more updates. Those players have new data:

Stefan Edberg 801(270)
Thomas Muster 621 (273)
Bjorn Borg 609 (127)
Eddie Dibbs 586 (253)

And we can count also Ken Rosewall 550 (175), Rod Laver 536 (136) and John Newcombe 520 (181).

Thanks :hatoff:

Yes, it's true. ATP has been working on correcting old results. If you go backwards in this thread you will notice the numbers have moved more than once for players long since retired.

bry17may
12-22-2013, 08:07 PM
We have to be careful with guys like Laver, Rosewall, Newcombe, Nastase because the ATTP include the results of the GS before the Open Era and this affect their victories :p

JediFed
01-20-2014, 10:38 PM
1) 1253 - Jimmy Connors (278)
2) 1071 - Ivan Lendl (239)
3) 929 - Roger Federer (216)
3) 929 - Guillermo Vilas (286)

5) 875 - John McEnroe (198)
6) 870 - Andre Agassi (274)
7) 801 - Stefan Edberg (270)
8) 779 - Ilie Nastase (304)
9) 762 - Pete Sampras (222)
10)713 - Boris Becker (214)

11) 683 - Arthur Ashe (225)
12) 679 - Brian Gottfried (323)
13) 662 - Michael Chang (312)
14) 658 - Stan Smith (271)
14) 658 - Rafael Nadal (129)
16) 641 - Manuel Orantes (253)
17) 621 - Thomas Muster (273)
18) 612 - Andy Roddick (213)
19) 609 - Bjorn Borg (127)
19)609 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (306)

21) 599 - Goran Ivanisevic (333)
22) 591 - Lleyton Hewitt (236)
23) 587 - Roscoe Tanner (288)
24) 586 - Eddie Dibbs (253)
25) 575 - Carlos Moya (319)
26) 574 - Tom Okker (242)
27) 571 - Mats Wilander (222)
28) 567 - Harold Solomon (321)
29) 550 - Ken Rosewell (175)
30) 548 - David Ferrer (270)
31) 547 - Tommy Haas (304)
32) 543 - Novak Djokovic (132)
33) 536 - Rod Laver (136)
34) 523 - Andres Gomez (267)
35) 520 - John Newcombe (181)
35) 520 - Raul Ramirez (260)
35) 520 - Wojciech Fibak (310)
38) 519 - Brad Gilbert (288)
39) 517 - Tomas Smid (333)
39) 517 - John Alexander (385)
41) 515 - Vitas Gerulaitis (223)
42) 512 - Wayne Ferreira (330)
43) 506 - Jim Courier (237)

dinkulpus
01-21-2014, 04:51 AM
Which players are closer for reaching 500?

bry17may
01-21-2014, 05:06 AM
Which players are closer for reaching 500?

All the active players with more than 300 match wins ;)

Davydenko - 476
Robredo - 458
Youzhny - 438
Berdych - 430
Murray - 423
Verdasco - 380
Nieminen - 368
Gasquet - 349
Stepanek - 349
Almagro - 333
Lopez - 326
Melzer - 319
Soderling - 310
Del Potro - 309
Wawrinka - 302
Simon - 302
Fish - 300

The next could be Davydenko the last season had a 22-22 almost that he needs to achieve the 500

JediFed
01-21-2014, 11:10 PM
include the results of the GS before the Open Era and this affect their victories

Thread doesn't say Open Era, mate. ;)

RSimcox
01-28-2014, 05:46 AM
All time no, just Open era

Rosewall, Laver and Gonzales won more matches than Connors

Including their tours, and pro matches...Do we have their all-time match totals for you to make this statement?

thrust
02-11-2014, 07:03 PM
What are the number in ( ), tournaments played?

Litotes
02-11-2014, 08:11 PM
What are the number in ( ), tournaments played?

Matches lost.

Freak3yman84
02-12-2014, 02:11 AM
All the active players with more than 300 match wins ;)

Fish - 300


If you want to get technical, Fish wouldn't be on that list since he doesn't have more than 300 wins, he has exactly 300 wins :p

Fargif
02-12-2014, 11:30 PM
Matches lost.

Why doesnt Federer have his?:devil:

Litotes
02-13-2014, 04:26 AM
Why doesnt Federer have his?:devil:

He had it the last time I updated, in post #55.