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RECORD for most tournaments won by one player in a country other than the US.

NYCtennisfan
06-10-2005, 10:56 PM
I was thinking about this after Federer made his way in to the SF at Halle meaning that he has a chance to win his 7th title in Germany. 3 TMS Hamburg, 3? Halle, 1 Munich. There are a lot of factors that take away from who has the most since tournaments cease to exist and not everyone has a chance to win them.

Who has the record for most tournament titles won in one country other than the U.S.? You can't count he U.S. in this since the most tournaments are played here by far. I think John McEnroe won something like 35 or 40 titles here as did Lendl. Connors probably won something like 70 titles in the U.S.

John McEnroe has won 13 titles in the UK.

5 Wembley Indoors
4 Queen's Club
3 Wimbledons
1 London WCT


Roger Federer has won 10 times in Germany

5 Halle
4 TMS Hamburg
1 Munich

Pete Sampras has won 10 times in the UK.

7 Wimbledons
2 Queen's Club
1 Manchester

Ilie Nastase with 10 titles in Spain

1 Masters
1 Valencia
4 Madrid
4 Barcelona

Guillermo Vilas with 9 titles in Argentina

8 Buenos Aires
1 Mar del Plata


Jimmy Connors has won 8 times in the UK.

3 Queen's Club
2 Wembleys
2 Wimbledons
1 London WCT

Ivan Lendl: 8 titles in Germany

2 Hamburg
2 Stuttgart
1 Cologne
1 Frankfurt
1 Munich-2 WCT
1 Munich

Guy Forget with 8 titles in France

3 Toulouse
2 Bordeaux
1 Paris Indoor
1 Nancy
1 Marseille

Thomas Muster has won 8 titles in Italy

3 Rome
3 Florence
1 Bari
1 Palermo

Pete Sampras won 7 times in Germany

5 World Singles Championships
2 Grand Slam Cups


Yannick Noah with 7 titles in France

2 Toulouse
1 Bordeaux
1 Nancy
1 Nice
1 Lyon
1 Roland Garros

Bjorn Borg has won 7 times in the UK.

5 Wimbledons
1 Wembley
1 LOndon WCT


Bjorn Borg has won 7 times in France

6 RG
1 Nice

Lleyton Hewitt has won 7 times in Australia

4 Sydney Outdoors
2 Adelaide
1 TMC



Boris Becker has won 7 times in the UK

4 Queen's Club
3 Wimbledons


Ivan Lendl won 7 times in Canada

6 Montreal/Torono
1 Toronto Indoor


Michael Stich won 7 times in Germany

1 Stuttgart Outdoor
1 Grand Slam Cup
1 Hamburg
1 Singles Championship
1 Stuttgart Indoor
1 Halle
1 Munich

Roger Federer has won 6 times in the UK

6 Wimbledons

Rafael Nadal has won 6 times in Spain

5 Barcelonas
1 Madrid

Rafael Nadal has won 6 times in Monaco

6 Monte-Carlo

Ivan Lendl won 6 times in Japan

5 Tokyo Indoors
1 Tokyo Outdoors

Yevgeny Kafelnikov 6 titles in Russia

5 Moscowfrom 1997 to 2001
1 St. Petersberg

Balasz Taroczy won 6 titles in the Netherlands

6 Dutch Opens

Marc Rosset has won 6 titles in France

2 in Lyon
3 in Marseille
1 in Nice

Stefan Edberg has won 6 titles in Japan

4 Tokyo Outdoors
2 Tokyo Indoors


Manuel Orantes: 6 titles in Spain

2 Barcelona
2 Valencia
1 Barcelona WCT
1 Madrid

Luiz Mattar: 6 titles in Brazil

3 Guaruja
2 Rio De Janeior
1 Sao Paulo


Any others out there?

Neely
06-10-2005, 11:15 PM
Michael Stich has won 7 different titles in Germany

Stich was the ultimate master in winning tournaments in Germany. He has won every possible ATP tournament that was played in Germany, something even Becker never came any close.

NYCtennisfan
06-10-2005, 11:21 PM
Thanks Neely.

1 Stuttgart Outdoor
1 Grand Slam Cup
1 Hamburg
1 Singles Championship
1 Stuttgart Indoor
1 Halle
1 Munich

3 on clay
3 on carpet
1 on grass.

Nice.

Raquel
06-10-2005, 11:22 PM
Boris has 7 in the UK - 3 Wimbledon, 4 Queens
Muster has 7 in Italy - 3 Rome, 3 Florence and 1 Bari (and he also has 1 Palermo and 2 San Marino titles so he did really well in that area)

NYCtennisfan
06-10-2005, 11:24 PM
Raquel, I JUST realized that and edited the first post just as you made your post!!!!

Neely
06-10-2005, 11:25 PM
Muster has 7 in Italy - 3 Rome, 3 Florence, 1 Bari (he also has 2 San Marino and 1 Palermo) so he did really well in that area.
Palermo counts as Italy.
Also don't forget his Geneva title.

So he has 9 titles in Italy.

Raquel
06-10-2005, 11:28 PM
Palermo counts as Italy.
Also don't forget his Geneva title.

So he has 9 titles in Italy.
I thought Palermo would count as Sicily and Geneva was in Switzerland?

NYCtennisfan
06-10-2005, 11:29 PM
Geneva was is played in Switzerland. :)

Neely
06-10-2005, 11:30 PM
I thought Palermo would count as Sicily and Geneva was in Switzerland?
Sorry, my mistake, I spelt it not correctly. I meant his Genova title.

NYCtennisfan
06-10-2005, 11:30 PM
No, Palermo is counted as one for Italy. So 9 in Italy for Muster counting Genova.

Raquel
06-10-2005, 11:31 PM
No, Palermo is counted as one for Italy. So 8 in Italy for Muster.
Is Monte Carlo counted as France then or Monaco? If Monte Carlo is France then Borg has a couple in Monte Carlo as well I think.

RogerRocks
06-10-2005, 11:34 PM
Is Monte Carlo counted as France then or Monaco? If Monte Carlo is France then Borg has a couple in Monte Carlo as well I think.

well Monaco's football club plays in french league, so I guess it's considered french, sportswise. no?

NYCtennisfan
06-10-2005, 11:35 PM
Is Monte Carlo counted as France then or Monaco? If Monte Carlo is France then Borg has a couple in Monte Carlo as well I think.

Counted as Monaco. :)

Neely
06-10-2005, 11:37 PM
Is Monte Carlo counted as France then or Monaco? If Monte Carlo is France then Borg has a couple in Monte Carlo as well I think.
Yeah it depends how you want to see it. Strictly seen, Monaco is an independent "country". Like San Marino or Vatican City in Italy.

NYCtennisfan
06-10-2005, 11:46 PM
Lendl with 5 in Italy.

3 Milan Indoors
2 Rome

Lendl with 5 in Australia

3 Sydney Indoors
2 Australian Opens

Lendl owned everyone all around the world.

Pea
06-10-2005, 11:48 PM
Lleyton Hewitt

has won 6 times in Australia
4 Sydney(00,01,04,05)
2 Adelaide(98,00)

?

NYCtennisfan
06-10-2005, 11:50 PM
Sampras with 7 in Germany as long as we're counting the Grand Slam Cup.

5 Singles Championships
2 Grand Slam Cups

Neely
06-10-2005, 11:59 PM
as we're counting the Grand Slam Cup
Yeah, the Grand Slam Cup was officially no ATP event an did not give rankings points, but unlike exhibition wins it is/was regarded as official tournament win. And IMO justifiably so because it was a serious tournament among the best Grand Slam performers.

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BTW, what titles is Muster missing in Italy on ATP level? Milan (indoor) and Bologna I think... or were other tournament on that level played in Italy in the past? So except those two he really has an impressive collection.

Scotso
06-11-2005, 12:01 AM
Monaco is independent, Sicily isn't.

NYCtennisfan
06-11-2005, 12:08 AM
Yeah, the Grand Slam Cup was officially no ATP event an did not give rankings points, but unlike exhibition wins it is/was regarded as official tournament win. And IMO justifiably so because it was a serious tournament among the best Grand Slam performers.

I agree since you had some very good players playing at the event, especially very good players on carpet.

NYCtennisfan
06-11-2005, 12:13 AM
BTW, what titles is Muster missing in Italy on ATP level? Milan (indoor) and Bologna I think... or were other tournament on that level played in Italy in the past? So except those two he really has an impressive collection.

Well, I think there used to be a tournament played in Bari, Italy. There also was the St. Vincent's tournament which was on outdoor clay. YOu also had the Balzano tourny played on indoor carpet. Muster was active on tour when all of these tournaments were held, but these tournaments were smaller.

Pea
06-11-2005, 12:13 AM
BTW, what titles is Muster missing in Italy on ATP level? Milan (indoor) and Bologna I think... or were other tournament on that level played in Italy in the past? So except those two he really has an impressive collection.

Indeed he does. He has 3 Florence titles, 3 Rome titles, 1 Bari title, and 1 Palermo title.

NYCtennisfan
06-11-2005, 12:32 AM
Corrections, he won Bari! Thanks Pea.

Neely
06-11-2005, 01:22 AM
Ilie Nastase with 10 titles in Spain

1 Masters
1 Valencia
4 Madrid
4 Barcelona


Guillermo Vilas with 9 titles in Argentina

8 Buenos Aires
1 Mar del Plata


Guy Forget with 8 titles in France

3 Toulouse
2 Bordeaux
1 Paris Indoor
1 Nancy
1 Marseille


Yannick Noah with 7 titles in France

2 Toulouse
1 Bordeaux
1 Nancy
1 Nice
1 Lyon
1 Roland Garros

NYCtennisfan
06-11-2005, 02:36 AM
Nice ones Neely.

Pea
06-11-2005, 03:12 PM
If Hong Kong is still considered a part of China or ever was considered a part of China, Michael Chang has quite a load as well.;)

NYCtennisfan
10-21-2005, 11:06 PM
Bump. With Nadal doing well in Madrid and possibly playing in Barcelona and Valencia in the future, he could climb this list.

Galaxystorm
10-21-2005, 11:16 PM
Monaco is independent, Sicily isn't.

It seems some persons failed geography at school, i'm still recovering after watching some persons considered Sicily as an indpendent country :scared:

cecilija
10-22-2005, 02:04 AM
Kafelnikov won mosku five times in a row
from 1997 to 2001
besides he won saint petersburg in 1995 and tashkent in 2002

NYCtennisfan
10-22-2005, 05:57 AM
^thank you. :)

Action Jackson
10-22-2005, 06:01 AM
Kafelnikov won mosku five times in a row
from 1997 to 2001
besides he won saint petersburg in 1995 and tashkent in 2002

Tashkent is in Uzbekistan and was not part of the USSR at that time as it didn't exist, so it doesn't count as the same country.

Action Jackson
10-22-2005, 06:08 AM
Balasz Taroczy won 6 titles in the Netherlands

Yes, he won 6 Dutch Opens.

Hilversum, it's now played in Amersfoort.

Federerhingis
10-22-2005, 07:37 AM
I love these threads, statistics is definetely better in illustration. I hated the terminology of inferential, descriptive and nondescriptive stats.

NYCtennisfan
10-22-2005, 07:54 AM
Tashkent is in Uzbekistan and was not part of the USSR at that time as it didn't exist, so it doesn't count as the same country.

ah yes. Thanks.

Balasz Taroczy won 6 titles in the Netherland[QUOTE]

There's a good one.

Action Jackson
10-25-2005, 08:39 AM
Marc Rosset has won 6 titles in France

2 in Lyon
3 in Marseille
1 in Nice

mandoura
10-25-2005, 09:03 AM
What about Stefan Edberg in Tokyo? I think he won a lot of tournaments there. In Switzerland too but I am not sure.

NYCtennisfan
10-25-2005, 04:22 PM
Marc Rosset has won 6 titles in France

2 in Lyon
3 in Marseille
1 in Nice

good one.

NYCtennisfan
10-25-2005, 04:27 PM
What about Stefan Edberg in Tokyo? I think he won a lot of tournaments there. In Switzerland too but I am not sure.

Thank you. I just added it. He won 4 Tokyo Outdoor titles and 2 Tokyo Indoor titles.

mandoura
10-25-2005, 04:32 PM
Thank you. I just added it. He won 4 Tokyo Outdoor titles and 2 Tokyo Indoor titles.

You're welcome. :)

Where do you find such statistics? Did you find anything in switzerland? :)

NYCtennisfan
10-25-2005, 04:40 PM
You're welcome.

Where do you find such statistics? Did you find anything in switzerland?

I go to the official ATP site and look at the profiles of players that I know have won a lot of tournaments like Lendl, McEnroe, Connors, Edberg, Agassi, Sampras, etc. Then I count them up. :) None for Switzerland yet. I really want at least 5 or 6 titles in a country before posting, but what I guess we could do is just post the greatest number of titles won in every country. I wouldn't mind that. :)

Frederick16
10-25-2005, 09:00 PM
krajicek holland ?

NYCtennisfan
10-25-2005, 11:17 PM
Richard won 4 times in Holland; 2 Rosmalen titles and 2 Rotterdam titles.

lucashg
10-25-2005, 11:39 PM
Bump. With Nadal doing well in Madrid and possibly playing in Barcelona and Valencia in the future, he could climb this list.

It's interesting the idea of a player "owning" a country, but I like Nadal's system of spreading his titles around the globe just as much. He's only repeated a country once, and that was Spain. Brazil, Mexico, Monaco, Italy, France, Sweden, Germany, Canada and China. There's also Croatia, if you're counting last year. That's a title in almost every tennis region/continent, except Africa, Oceania, and the Middle-East. Of course, some people would consider the US a region on tennis all by themselves as it holds a lot of tournaments and he's yet to win there.

Is there a thread about players who won titles in more different countries? :p

mandoura
10-26-2005, 09:29 AM
I go to the official ATP site and look at the profiles of players that I know have won a lot of tournaments like Lendl, McEnroe, Connors, Edberg, Agassi, Sampras, etc. Then I count them up. :) None for Switzerland yet. I really want at least 5 or 6 titles in a country before posting, but what I guess we could do is just post the greatest number of titles won in every country. I wouldn't mind that. :)

Thanks. Good to know. :)

NYCtennisfan
10-26-2005, 03:29 PM
^You're welcome. Happy stats hunting to you. :)

mandoura
10-27-2005, 10:27 PM
Manuel Orantes: 6 titles in Spain

1969-- Barcelona
1971-- Barcelona WCT
1973-- Valencia
1976-- Barcelona
1976-- Madrid
1976-- Valencia

NYCtennisfan
10-27-2005, 11:37 PM
^That's the stuff! :)

mandoura
10-27-2005, 11:49 PM
^ ;)

Luiz Mattar: 6 titles in Brazil

1987-- Guaruja
1988-- Guaruja
1989-- Guaruja
1989-- Rio De Janeiro
1990-- Rio De Janeiro
1992-- Sao Paulo

mandoura
10-28-2005, 12:06 AM
Ivan Lendl: 8 titles in Germany

1981-- Cologne
1981-- Stuttgart
1982-- Frankfurt
1982-- Munich-2 WCT
1985-- Stuttgart
1987-- Hamburg
1989-- Hamburg
1993-- Munich

NYCtennisfan
10-29-2005, 03:26 AM
Now you're coming up with them right and left! :)

NYCtennisfan
02-07-2006, 09:40 PM
Any others out there?

CmonAussie
02-08-2006, 04:05 AM
I was thinking about this after Federer made his way in to the SF at Halle meaning that he has a chance to win his 7th title in Germany. 3 TMS Hamburg, 3? Halle, 1 Munich. There are a lot of factors that take away from who has the most since tournaments cease to exist and not everyone has a chance to win them.

Who has the record for most tournament titles won in one country other than the U.S.? You can't count he U.S. in this since the most tournaments are played here by far. I think John McEnroe won something like 35 or 40 titles here as did Lendl. Connors probably won something like 70 titles in the U.S.


Lleyton Hewitt has won 6 times in Australia

4 Sydney Outdoors
2 Adelaide

Any others out there?

:wavey:
Sorry I just wanted to give Rocky Llegs his props :cool: ...

Actually Hewitt has won 7-titles Down Under: 4 Sydney Outdoors, 2 Adelaide, plus 1-TMC [2001 Sydney Superdome] ;) .

NYCtennisfan
02-08-2006, 04:07 AM
^Thanks for that. :)

NYCtennisfan
06-19-2006, 07:32 PM
Federer now has 8 titles in Germany:

4 Halle
3 TMS Hamburg
1 Munich

CmonAussie
06-19-2006, 11:54 PM
Hewitt now has 5-titles in England:

4 Queens
1 Wimbledon

NYCtennisfan
05-28-2007, 06:30 AM
Federer with 9 titles now in Germany and a 37 match winning streak there.

NYCtennisfan
05-17-2008, 10:47 PM
Federer looking to get to 10 titles in Germany and become only the fourth player with double digit titles in a country other than the US.

maconick
05-18-2008, 04:36 PM
Lol

NYCtennisfan
06-20-2008, 04:32 AM
Federer with now 10 titles in Germany; only JMac has more with 13 in the UK.

groundstroke
06-20-2008, 09:04 AM
Would love to see how many titles Nadal has won in France? (Monte Carlo doesn't count as France anymore, does it?)

Pea
08-23-2009, 03:57 AM
Rafa has 6 in Espana
2009- Barcelona
2008- Barcelona
2007- Barcelona
2006- Barcelona
2005- Barcelona, Madrid

NYCtennisfan
04-18-2010, 11:12 PM
Nadal adds to this list as well.

andy neyer
04-18-2010, 11:25 PM
The Monte Carlo event is actually physically held in France and not in Monaco itself. Thus, in a way we could say Nadal has won 10 tournaments in France (6 MC and 4 RG) but I don't think the ATP would officially list it that way (in spite that in reality it is).

V.H.
04-21-2010, 09:04 PM
Here are some additions and corrections (with 6 or more titles):
- Connors has 10 titles in UK (Manchester and Birmingham not added)
- McEnroe has 12 titles in UK (He hasn't won London WCT?)
- Borg has 8 titles in France (He won Nice twice)
- Lendl has 7 titles in Italy (Genoa/Genova is located in Italy, yes)
- Muster has 8 titles in Italy (Same as above)

- Gerulaitis has 6 titles in Australia
- Nastase AND Sampras have 6 titles in France
- Nadal just got his 6th title in Monaco

In USA:
Connors - 78
McEnroe - 42
Agassi - 41
Lendl - 38
Sampras - 26
Laver - 24
Nastase - 22
Borg - 19
Roddick - 19
Smith - 19
Chang - 18
Vilas - 18
Ashe - 15
Federer - 15
Newcombe - 15
Rosewall - 15
Edberg - 14
Gottfried - 14
Solomon - 14
Becker - 12
Gilbert - 12
Hewitt - 11
Tanner - 11
Clerc - 10
Dibbs - 10
Courier - 9
Wilander - 9
Haas - 8
Kriek - 8
Mayer - 8
Orantes - 8
Amritraj - 7
Gerulaitis - 7
Gomez - 7
S. Mayer - 7
Philippoussis - 7
Mayotte - 6
Okker - 6

DrJules
04-21-2010, 09:14 PM
Rafael Nadal has won 6 times in Spain

6 Monte-Carlo


Monte Carlo is not in Spain. Please change.

andy neyer
04-22-2010, 03:20 AM
Here are some additions and corrections (with 6 or more titles):
- Connors have 10 titles in UK (Manchester and Birmingham not added)
- McEnroe have 12 titles in UK (He hasn't won London WCT?)
- Borg have 8 titles in France (He won Nice twice)
- Lendl have 7 titles in Italy (Genoa/Genova is located in Italy, yes)
- Muster have 8 titles in Italy (Same as above)

- Gerulaitis have 6 titles in Australia
- Nastase AND Sampras have 6 titles in France
- Nadal just got his 6th title in Monaco

In USA:
Connors - 78
McEnroe - 42
Agassi - 41
Lendl - 38
Sampras - 26
Laver - 24
Nastase - 22
Borg - 19
Roddick - 19
Smith - 19
Chang - 18
Vilas - 18
Ashe - 15
Federer - 15
Newcombe - 15
Rosewall - 15
Edberg - 14
Gottfried - 14
Solomon - 14
Becker - 12
Gilbert - 12
Hewitt - 11
Tanner - 11
Clerc - 10
Dibbs - 10
Courier - 9
Wilander - 9
Haas - 8
Kriek - 8
Mayer - 8
Orantes - 8
Amritraj - 7
Gerulaitis - 7
Gomez - 7
S. Mayer - 7
Philippoussis - 7
Mayotte - 6
Okker - 6

The US has way too many tournaments for a nation that doesn't really care much for tennis.

Jimnik
04-22-2010, 03:37 AM
The US has way too many tournaments for a nation that doesn't really care much for tennis.
There aren't many countries that care more than America.

V.H.
04-22-2010, 07:32 AM
The US has way too many tournaments for a nation that doesn't really care much for tennis.

Not so much anymore

There aren't many countries that care more than America.

LOL

V.H.
04-22-2010, 07:39 AM
Who has the record for most tournament titles won in one country other than the U.S.? You can't count he U.S. in this since the most tournaments are played here by far. I think John McEnroe won something like 35 or 40 titles here as did Lendl. Connors probably won something like 70 titles in the U.S.

Agassi also won a lot of titles. I'm a little surprised of Roddick having more titles there than Federer, even though he's an American. Also Haas with 8 is impressing.

bokehlicious
04-22-2010, 07:45 AM
I'm a little surprised of Roddick having more titles there than Federer, even though he's an American.

Roddick likes his American MMs... Roger never bothered with them.

Pea
06-13-2010, 03:16 AM
Rafa is close in Italy and France with 5 each.

Roger is going for 11 in Germany tomorrow.