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All 158 players who ever won a slam, from 1877-2012, and #1


1877: Spencer Gore wins Wimbledon, ends year #1

1878: Frank Hadow wins Wimbledon, ends year #1

1879: Vere Goold wins the Irish, John Hartley wins Wimbledon, ends year #1

1880: Willie Renshaw wins the Irish, Herbert Lawford wins the Prince’s Club, John Hartley wins Wimbledon, ends year #1

1881: Richard Richardson wins Manchester, Willie Renshaw wins the Irish, Wimbledon, and Prince’s Club, ends year #1

1882: Richardson wins Manchester, Ernie Renshaw wins Prince’s Club, Willie Renshaw wins the Irish and Wimbledon, ends year #1

1883: Ernie Renshaw wins the Irish, Herbert Lawford wins Prince’s Club, Herbert Wilberforce wins Manchester, Willie Renshaw wins Wimbledon, ends #1

1884: Lawford wins the Irish, Donald Stewart wins Manchester, Richard Sears wins the US, Willie Renshaw wins Wimbledon, ends #1

1885: Lawford wins the Irish, James Dwight wins Manchester, Richard Sears wins the US, Willie Renshaw wins Wimbledon, ends #1

1886: Lawford wins the Irish, Harry Grove wins Manchester, Richard Sears wins the US, Willie Renshaw wins Wimbledon, ends #1

1887: Harry Grove wins Manchester, Richard Sears wins the US, Ernie Renshaw wins the Irish, Herbert Lawford wins Wimbledon, E. Renshaw and Lawford co-#1

1888: Henry Slocum wins the US, Willoughby Hamilton wins Manchester, Ernie Renshaw wins the Irish and Wimbledon, ends #1

1889: Henry Slocum wins the US, Willie Renshaw wins Wimbledon, Willoughby Hamilton wins the Irish and Manchester, Hamilton and Renshaw co-#1

1890: Oliver Campbell wins the US, Ernest Lewis wins the Irish, Josh Pim wins Manchester, Hamilton wins Wimbledon, Pim and Hamilton co-#1

1891: Ernest Lewis wins the Irish, Pim wins Manchester, Campbell wins the US, Baddeley wins Wimbledon, Lewis/Pim/Baddeley co-#1

1892: Campbell wins the US, Ernie Renshaw wins the Irish, Pim wins Manchester, Baddeley wins Wimbledon, Renshaw/Baddeley co-#1

1893: Robert Wrenn wins the US, Joshua Pim wins a triple crown of the Irish, Manchester, and Wimbledon and is clearly #1 for the 1893 season.

1894: Wrenn wins the US, Baddeley wins Manchester, Pim wins the Irish and Wimbledon and is #1 for the year.

1895: Pim wins the Irish, Fred Hovey wins the US, Baddeley wins Manchester and Wimbledon, Pim/Baddeley co-#1

1896: Wrenn wins the US, Mahoney wins Wimbledon, Baddeley wins the Irish and Manchester, and is #1 for the year.

1897: Wrenn wins the US, Baddeley wins Manchester, Wilberforce Eaves wins the Irish, and Reggie Doherty wins Wimbledon. Eaves, Wrenn, and Doherty all co-#1’s.

1898: Mal Whitman wins the US, Mahoney wins the Irish, Laurie Doherty wins Manchester, Reggie Doherty wins Wimbledon, Doherty bros co-#1 for the year.

1899: Mal Whitman wins the US, Sidney Smith wins Manchester, Reggie Doherty wins the Irish and Wimbledon and is #1 for the year.

1900: Mal Whitman wins the US, Sidney Smith wins Manchester, Reggie Doherty wins the Irish and Wimbledon, but splits #1 with Whitman for the year.

1901: Reggie Doherty wins the Irish, Sidney Smith wins Manchester, William Larned wins the US, Arthur Gore wins Wimbledon, and Larned and Gore split #1.

1902: Sidney Smith wins Manchester, William Larned wins the US, Laurie Doherty wins the Irish and Wimbledon, and Larned and both Doherty’s split #1.

1903: Sidney Smith wins Manchester, Laurie Doherty wins Wimbledon, US, and leads the Brits to DC glory, clearly #1.

1904: Sidney Smith wins Manchester, Holcombe Ward wins US, Laurie Doherty wins Wimbledon and is #1.

1905: Sidney Smith again wins Manchester, Beals Wright wins the US, Laure Doherty wins Wimbledon and is #1.

1906: Norman Brookes wins the Victorian, Frank Riseley wins Manchester, Bill Clothier wins the US, Laurie Doherty wins Wimbledon and is #1 once more.

1907: Larned wins the US, Brookes wins Manchester and Wimbledon and is #1.

1908: Arthur Gore wins Manchester and Wimbledon, Larned wins the US and is #1.

1909: Gore wins Wimbledon, Wilding wins the Aussie and Victorian, Larned wins the US and is #1.

1910: Tony Wilding wins Wimbledon, Larned wins the US and is #1

1911: Larned wins the US, Brookes wins the Aussie, Wilding wins Wimbledon, Brookes and Wilding split #1.

1912: Otto Froitzheim wins the World Hardcourts, Jim Cecil Parke wins Aussie, McLoughlin wins the US, Wilding wins Wimbledon and is #1.

1913: McLoughlin wins the US, Wilding wins the World Hardcourts and Wimbledon, and is #1.

1914: Dick Williams wins the US, Brookes wins Wimbledon, Wilding wins the World Hardcourts, but McLoughlin the Davis Cup hero is #1.

1915: Bill Johnston wins the US, only counts as 1 slam during war time, #1

1916: Dick Williams wins the US, 1 slam, #1

1917: Lindley Murray wins the US, 1 slam, #1

1918: Lindley Murray wins the US, 1 slam, #1

1919: Andre Gobert wins the Inter-Allied Event, Gerald Patterson wins Wimbledon, Algernon Kingscote wins the AO, Johnston wins the US, and shares #1 with Patterson for the year.

1920: William Laurentz wins the World Hardcourts, Bill Tilden wins Wimbledon and US, and is #1 for the year.

1921: Tilden wins a Triple Crown of the World Hardcourts, Wimbledon, and the US, and is #1 for the year.

1922: Henri Cochet wins the World Hardcourts, Patterson wins Wimbledon, James Anderson wins the AO, and Tilden wins the USO, Tilden and Johnston share the #1 for the year.

1923: Johnston wins the World Hardcourts and Wimbledon, Tilden wins the US and is #1 for the year.

1924: James Anderson wins the AO, Jean Borotra wins Wimbledon, Vinnie Richards wins the Olympics, Tilden wins the US, and is #1 for the year.

1925: James Anderson wins the AO, Rene Lacoste wins the French and Wimbledon, Tilden wins the US, and is once again #1 for the year.

1926: Jack Hawkes wins the AO, Cochet wins RG, Borotra wins Wimbledon, Lacoste wins the US, and is #1 for the year.

1927: Gerald Patterson wins the AO, Cochet wins Wimbledon, but Lacoste wins RG and USO, and is #1 for the year.

1928: Jean Borotra wins the AO, Lacoste wins Wimbledon, Vinnie Richards wins the US Pro, Cochet wins RG and US, and is #1 for the year.

1929: John Colin Gregory wins the AO, Lacoste wins RG, Tilden wins the US, Karel Kozeluh wins the US Pro, Cochet wins Wimbledon and is #1.

1930: Gar Moon wins the AO, Kozeluh wins the French Pro, Johnny Doeg wins the US, Vinnie Richards wins the US Pro, Tilden wins Wimbledon, Cochet wins RG, and Tilden/Cochet share #1, each slam counts as 0.66 of a slam.

1931: 6 slams this year, each counts as 0.66 of a slam. Jack Crawford wins the AO, Borotra wins RG, Sidney Wood wins Wimbledon, Tilden wins the pro tour and US Pro, Vines wins the US, and Tilden/Vines/Cochet all share #1, Tilden gets 18, and Cochet and Vines 17 weeks at #1.

1932: 6 slams this year, 0.66. Crawford wins AO again, Cochet wins RG, Kozeluh wins the US Pro, Martin Plaa wins the German Pro, Vines wins Wimbledon and US, and is #1 for the year.

1933: Only 5 slams thus year, 0.8 per. Fred Perry wins the US, Hans Nusslein wins the German Pro, Crawford wins the AO, RG, and Wimbledon, and is #1 for the year.

1934: 8 slams this year, damn. Each counts as a 0.5 of a slam. Perry wins the AO, Wimbledon, and US, Tilden wins the French Pro, Nusslein wins the US Pro, Vines wins the Pro Tour, Wembley Pro, Gottfried Von Cramm wins RG, Perry and Vines split the #1.

1935: 8 slams this year, each is 0.5 of a slam. Crawford wins the AO, Wilmer Allison wins the US, Perry wins RG and Wimbledon, Vines wins the Pro Tour, French Pro, Southport Pro, and Wembley Pro. Vines and Perry split #1.

1936: 7 slams this year, each is 0.57 of a slam. Adrian Quist wins the AO, Von Cramm wins RG, Cochet wins the French Pro, Hans Nusslein wins the Southport Pro, Vines wins the pro tour, Perry wins Wimbledon and US. Vines and Perry split #1 again.

1937: 8 slams, 0.5, Vivian McGrath wins the AO, Henner Henkel wins RG, Budge wins Wimbledon/US, Nusslein wins French Pro, Southport Pro, and Wembley Pro, Vines wins the Pro Tour. Vines/Perry/Budge share #1, with Vines getting 18, Perry/Budge with 17.

1938: 8 slams, 0.5, Budge wins AO, RG, Wimbledon, and USO, Vines wins the Pro Tour, Perry wins the US Pro, Nusslein wins the French Pro and Southport Pro, Budge and Vines split #1.

1939: 8 slams, 0.5, John Bromwich wins the AO, Don McNeill wins RG, Riggs wins Wimbledon and US, Nusslein wins the Southport Pro, Vines wins the US Pro, Budge wins Pro Tour and French Pro, Budge clearly #1.

1940: 3 slams, each worth 1.33, Quist wins the AO, McNeill wins the US, Budge wins the US Pro. Budge #1 again.

1941: 4 legit slams, Budge wins the Pro Tour, Perry wins the US Pro and Forest Hills Pro, and Riggs wins the USO. Perry and Riggs split #1.

1942: 3 slams, 1.33, Ted Schroeder wins the US, Budge wins the US Pro and Pro Tour, and is #1.

1943: 1 slam, counts as 1, Joe Hunt wins USO, but Budge is still #1.

1944: 1 slam, counts as 1, Frank Parker wins USO, but Budge is still King.

1945: 2 slams, Frank Parker wins the USO, Riggs wins the US Pro, and is new #1

1946: 7 slams, 0.57 per, Bromwich wins the AO, Yvon Petra wins Wimbledon, Marcel Bernard wins RG, Jack Kramer wins the US, Riggs wins the Pro Tour, US Pro, and US Pro Hardcourts, and is #1.

1947: 6 slams, 0.75 per, Dinny Pails wins the AO, Jozsef Asboth wins RG, Kramer wins Wimbledon and USO, Riggs wins US Pro and Philly Pro, and Kramer and Riggs split #1.

1948: 6 slams, 0.75 per, Quist wins the AO, Frank Parker wins RG, Pancho Gonzales wins the US, Bob Falkenburg wins Wimbledon, Kramer wins the Pro Tour and US Pro and is #1.

1949: 6 slams, 0.75 per, Kramer wins Wembley Pro, Riggs wins the US Pro, Sedgman wins the AO, Frank Parker wins RG, Ted Schroeder wins Wimbledon, Gonzales defends the US, Jack Kramer is #1 for the year.

1950: 8 slams, 0.5 per, Sedgman wins the AO, Budge Patty wins RG and Wimbledon, Art Larsen wins the US, Gonzales wins the Philly Pro and Wembley Pro, Kramer wins the Pro Tour, Segura wins the US Pro, and Jack Kramer and Pancho Segura split #1

1951: 8 slams, 0.5 per, Dick Savitt wins the AO and Wimbledon, Jaroslav Drobny wins the RG, Sedgman wins the US, Gonzales wins the Wembley Pro, Segura wins the US Pro, Jack Kramer wins the Pro Tour and the Philly Pro, and is #1.

1952: 7 slams, 0.57 per, Ken McGregor wins the AO, Drobny wins RG, Sedgman wins Wimbledon and US, Segura wins the US Pro, Gonzales wins the Philly Pro and Wembley Pro and is #1.

1953: 7 slams, 0.57 per, Rosewall wins the AO and RG, Gonzales wins the US Pro, Seixas wins Wimbledon, Trabert wins the US, Sedgman wins the Wembley Pro, Kramer wins the Pro Tour, Jack Kramer and Pancho Segura split #1

1954: 7 slams, 0.57 per, Mervyn Rose wins the AO, Trabert wins RG, Drobny wins Wimbledon, Seixas wins the US, Pancho Gonzales wins the US Pro, the US Pro Hardcourts, and the Pro Tour and is #1.

1955: 6 slams, 0.75 per, Rosewall wins the AO, Trabert wins RG, Wimbledon, and USO, Pancho Gonzales wins the US Pro and US Pro Hardcourts and is #1

1956: 8 slams, 0.5 per, Lew Hoad wins AO, RG, and Wimbledon, Rosewall wins the US, Trabert wins the French Pro, Pancho Gonzales wins the US Pro, Wembley Pro, and Pro Tour, and is #1.

1957: 9 slams, 0.44 per, Ashley Cooper wins the AO, Sven Davidson wins RG, Hoad wins Wimbledon, Mal Anderson wins the US, Segura wins the Aussie Pro, Rosewall wins the Wembley Pro, Pancho Gonzales wins the US Pro, Pro Tour, and Tournament of Champions and is #1

1958: 10 slams, 0.4 per, Mervyn Rose wins the RG, Ashley Cooper wins AO, W, and US, Sedgman wins the Aussie Pro and Wembley Pro, Rosewall wins the French Pro, Gonzales wins tournament of champions, US Pro, and Pro Tour, and Sedgman and Gonzales split #1.

1959: 9 slams, 0.44 per, Alex Olmedo wins AO and W, Nicola Pietrangeli wins RG, Neale Fraser wins US, Lew Hoad wins Tournament of Champions, Trabert wins the French Pro, Mal Anderson wins Wembley Pro, Gonzales wins US Pro and Pro Tour. Gonzales and Hoad share #1.

1960: 8 slams, 0.5 per, Laver wins AO, Pietrangeli wins RG, Fraser wins Wimbledon and US, Alex Olmedo wins the US Pro, Rosewall wins French Pro and Wembley Pro, Gonzales wins Pro Tour. Gonzales and Rosewall share #1.

1961: 8 slams, 0.5 per, Emerson wins the AO, USO, Manolo Santana wins RG, Laver wins Wimbledon, Gonzales wins US Pro and Pro Tour, Rosewall wins French Pro and Wembley Pro. Gonzales and Rosewall share #1.

1962: 7 slams, 0.57 slams, Laver wins AO, RG, W, USO, Butch Buchholz wins the US Pro, Rosewall wins French Pro and Wembley Pro, Rosewall is #1.

1963: 8 slams, 0.50 slams, Emerson wins AO and RG, Chuck McKinley wins Wimbledon, Rafael Osuna wins USO, Rosewall wins Pro Slam. Pro Tour, US Pro, French Pro, and Wembley Pro. Rosewall is #1, obviously.

1964: 7 slams, 0.57 slams, Emerson wins AO, Wimbledon, and USO, Santana wins RG, Laver wins US Pro and Wembley Pro, Rosewall wins French Pro. Rosewall and Laver split #1

1965: 7 slams, 0.57 slams, Emerson wins AO and Wimbledon, Stolle wins RG, Santana wins USO, Laver wins Wembley Pro, Rosewall wins US Pro and French Pro, Rosewall and Laver split #1.

1966: 7 slams, 0.57 slams, Emerson wins AO, Roche wins RG, Santana wins Wimbledon, Stolle wins USO, Rosewall wins French Pro, Laver wins US Pro and Wembley Pro, Laver is #1.

1967: 8 slams, 0.5 slams, Emerson wins AO and RG, Newcombe wins Wimbledon and USO, Laver wins Pro Slam, US Pro, Wembley Pro, French Pro, and Wimbledon Pro. Laver is #1.

1968: 6 slams, 0.75 slams, Bill Bowrey wins AO, Rosewall wins RG, Ashe wins USO, Laver wins Wimbledon and French Pro, and Pacific Southwest, Laver is #1.

1969: Laver is #1
1970: Rosewall, Laver, and Newcombe split #1, Newcombe gets the 18
1971: Rosewall, Newcombe, and Smith split #1, Newcombe gets the 18
1972: Smith and Nastase split #1
1973: Nastase and Newcombe split #1
1974: Connors is #1
1975: Ashe is #1
1976: Connors is #1
1977: Borg and Vilas split #1
1978: Borg and Connors split #1
1979: Borg is #1
1980: Borg is #1
1981: Mac is #1
1982: Connors is #1
1983: Mac is #1
1984: Mac is #1
1985: Lendl is #1
1986: Lendl is #1
1987: Lendl is #1
1988: Wilander is #1
1989: Becker is #1
1990: Edberg is #1
1991: Edberg is #1
1992: Courier is #1
1993: Sampras is #1
1994: Sampras is #1
1995: Sampras is #1
1996: Sampras is #1
1997: Sampras is #1
1998: Sampras is #1
1999: Agassi is #1
2000: Guga is #1
2001: Hewitt is #1
2002: Hewitt is #1
2003: Roddick is #1
2004: Fed is #1
2005: Fed is #1
2006: Fed is #1
2007: Fed is #1
2008: Nadal is #1
2009: Fed is #1
2010: Nadal is #1
2011: Djokovic is #1
2012:


1. Pancho Gonzales- 27(14.32)= 20.66 slams
2. Ken Rosewall- 25(15.4)= 20.2 slams
3. Rod Laver- 23(15.39)= 19.195 slams
4. Roger Federer- 17
5. Bill Tilden- 14(14.286)= 14.143
6. Pete Sampras- 14
7. Willie Renshaw- 11(11.33)= 11.165 slams
8. Bjorn Borg- 11
9. Rafael Nadal- 11
10. Don Budge- 12(9)= 10.5 slams
11. Ellsworth Vines- 13(7.07)= 10.035 slams
12. Roy Emerson- 12(6.42)= 9.21 slams
13. Joshua Pim- 9
14. Bobby Riggs- 10(7.96)= 8.98 slams
15. Fred Perry- 11(6.84)= 8.7 slams
16. Tony Wilding- 8(9.33)= 8.665 slams
17. Sidney Smith- 8(9)= 8.5 slams
18. Jack Kramer- 10(6.39)= 8.195 slams
19. Henri Cochet- 9(7.29)= 8.145 slams
20. William Larned- 7(9)= 8 slams
21. Wilfred Baddeley- 8
22. Ivan Lendl- 8
23. Jimmy Connors- 8
24. Andre Agassi- 8
25. Laurie Doherty- 7(8.33)= 7.665 slams
26. Lew Hoad- 5(2.38)= 7.38 slams
27. Reggie Doherty- 7
28. John McEnroe- 7
29. Mats Wilander- 7
30. Hans Nusslein- 9(4.87)= 6.935 slams
31. Rene Lacoste- 7(6.6)= 6.8 slams
32. John Newcombe- 7(6)= 6.5 slams
33. Herbert Lawford- 6(6.33)= 6.165 slams
34. Frank Sedgman- 8(4.26)= 6.13 slams
35. Ernest Renshaw- 6
36. Boris Becker- 6
37. Stefan Edberg- 6
38. Tony Trabert- 7(4.33)= 5.665 slams
39. Norman Brookes- 5(6.33)= 5.665 slams
40. Jack Crawford- 6(4.23)= 5.115 slams
41. Novak Djokovic- 5
42. Arthur Gore- 4(4.66)= 4.33 slams
43. Bill Johnston- 4(4.66)= 4.33 slams
44. Frank Parker- 4(4.5)= 4.25 slams
45. Robert Wrenn- 4
46. Willoughby Hamilton- 4
47. Richard Sears- 4
48. Guillermo Vilas- 4
49. Jim Courier- 4
50. Arthur Ashe- 4(3.75)= 3.875 slams
51. Jean Borotra- 4(3.466)= 3.733 slams
52. Manolo Santana- 4(2.21)= 3.105 slams
53. Pancho Segura- 4(2.01)= 3.005 slams
54. Gerald Patterson- 3
55. James Anderson- 3
56. Oliver Campbell- 3
57. Jan Kodes- 3
58. Guga Kuerten- 3
59. Mal Whitman- 3
60. Adrian Quist- 3(2.65)= 2.825 slams
61. Ashley Cooper- 4(1.64)= 2.82 slams
62. Vinnie Richards- 3(2.466)= 2.733 slams
63. Dick Williams- 2(2.33)= 2.665 slams
64. John Hartley- 2(3.33)= 2.665 slams
65. Maurice McLoughlin- 2(2.33)= 2.665 slams
66. Karel Kozeluh- 3(2.126)= 2.563 slams
67. Spencer Gore- 1(4)= 2.5 slams
68. Joe Hunt- 1(4)= 2.5 slams
69. Frank Hadow- 1(4)= 2.5 slams
70. Jaroslav Drobny- 3(1.64)= 2.32 slams
71. Neale Fraser- 3(1.44)= 2.22 slams
72. Alex Olmedo- 3(1.38)= 2.19 slams
73. Ted Schroeder- 2(2.08)= 2.04 slams
74. Ilie Nastase- 2
75. Lleyton Hewitt- 2
76. Marat Safin- 2
77. Patrick Rafter- 2
78. Yevgeny Kafelnikov- 2
79. Stan Smith- 2
80. Sergei Bruguera- 2
81. Johan Kriek- 2
82. Harold Mahoney- 2
83. Richard Richardson- 2
84. Harry Grove- 2
85. Lindley Murray- 2
86. Ernest Lewis- 2
87. Henry Slocum- 2
88. Don McNeill- 2(1.83)= 1.915 slams
89. Vic Seixas- 2(1.14)= 1.57 slams
90. Fred Stolle- 2(1.14)= 1.57 slams
91. John Bromwich- 2(1.07)= 1.535 slams
92. Gottfried Von Cramm- 2(1.07)= 1.535 slams
93. Budge Patty- 2(1)= 1.5 slams
94. Vere Goold- 1(2)= 1.5 slams
95. Dick Savitt- 2(1)= 1.5 slams
96. Mervyn Rose- 2(0.97)= 1.485 slams
97. Nicola Pietrangeli- 2(0.94)= 1.47 slams
98. Mal Anderson- 2(0.88)= 1.44 slams
99. William Laurentz- 1(1.33)= 1.165 slams
100. Holcombe Ward- 1(1.33)= 1.165 slams
101. Beals Wright- 1(1.33)= 1.165 slams
102. Andy Murray- 1
103. Andy Roddick- 1
104. Michael Chang- 1
105. Goran Ivanisevic- 1
106. Vitas Gerulaitis- 1
107. Michael Stich- 1
108. Juan Carlos Ferrero- 1
109. Pat Cash- 1
110. Roscoe Tanner- 1
111. Manuel Orantes- 1
112. Andres Gimeno- 1
113. Petr Korda- 1
114. Carlos Moya- 1
115. Richard Krajicek- 1
116. Thomas Muster- 1
117. Adriano Pannatta- 1
118. Mark Edmondson- 1
119. Juan Martin Del Potro- 1
120. Yannick Noah- 1
121. Thomas Johansson- 1
122. Andres Gomez- 1
123. Albert Costa- 1
124. Brian Teacher- 1
125. Gaston Gaudio- 1
126. Jack Hawkes- 1
127. Andre Gobert- 1
128. Algernon Kingscote- 1
129. Frank Riseley- 1
130. Bill Clothier- 1
131. James Cecil Parke- 1
132. Otto Froitzheim- 1
133. Wilberforce Eaves- 1
134. James Dwight- 1
135. Fred Hovey- 1
136. Herbert Wilberforce- 1
137. Donald Stewart- 1
138. John Colin Gregory- 1(0.8)= 0.9 slams
139. Dinny Pails- 1(0.75)= 0.875 slams
140. Bill Bowrey- 1(0.75)= 0.875 slams
141. Bob Falkenburg- 1(0.75)= 0.875 slams
142. Jozsef Asboth- 1(0.75)= 0.875 slams
143. Gar Moon- 1 (0.66)= 0.83 slams
144. Johnny Doeg- 1 (0.66)= 0.83 slams
145. Sydney Wodd- 1 (0.66)= 0.83 slams
146. Martin Plaa- 1 (0.66)= 0.83 slams
147. Yvon Petra- 1 (0.57)= 0.785 slams
148. Butch Buchholz- 1(0.57)= 0.785 slams
149. Ken McGregor- 1(0.57)= 0.785 slams
150. Tony Roche- 1(0.57)= 0.785 slams
151. Marcel Bernard- 1(0.57)= 0.785 slams
152. Art Larsen- 1(0.5)= 0.75 slams
153. Chuck McKinley- 1(0.5)= 0.75 slams
154. Rafael Osuna- 1(0.5)= 0.75 slams
155. Wilmer Allison- 1(0.5)= 0.75 slams
156. Henner Henkel- 1(0.5)= 0.75 slams
157. Vivian McGrath- 1(0.5)= 0.75 slams
158. Sven Davidson- 1(0.44)= 0.72 slams

All 67 players ever to be ranked #1 in the world

1. Pancho Gonzales- 364 weeks
2. Bill Tilden- 330 weeks
3. Pete Sampras- 286 weeks
4. Don Budge- 303 weeks
5. Willie Renshaw- 286 weeks
6. Rod Laver- 277 weeks
7. Roger Federer- 300 weeks
8. Laurie Doherty- 252 weeks
9. Ken Rosewall- 242 weeks
10. Jack Kramer- 234 weeks
11. Ivan Lendl- 234 weeks, I have taken 36 weeks from Lendl, and given 20 to Becker, and 16 to Edberg
12. William Larned- 199 weeks
13. Ellsworth Vines- 191 weeks
14. Jimmy Connors- 182 weeks, I have taken 86 weeks from Connors and rightly given 41 to Borg, 27 to Ashe, and 14 to Vilas
15. Joshua Pim- 173 weeks
16. John McEnroe- 170 weeks
17. Bobby Riggs- 156 weeks
18. Bjorn Borg- 150 weeks, I have taken 41 weeks from Connors and rightly given them to Borg
19. Henri Cochet- 147 weeks
20. Reggie Doherty- 139 weeks
21. Tony Wilding- 130 weeks
22. Wilfred Baddeley- 122 weeks
23. Fred Perry- 121 weeks
24. Ernest Renshaw- 104 weeks
25. Rene Lacoste- 104 weeks
26. John Hartley- 104 weeks
27. Bill Johnston- 104 weeks
28. Lindley Murray- 104 weeks
29. Rafael Nadal- 102 weeks
30. Andre Agassi- 101 weeks
31. Stefan Edberg- 88 weeks
32. Lleyton Hewitt- 80 weeks
33. Norman Brookes- 78 weeks
34. John Newcombe- 70 weeks
35. Jim Courier- 58 weeks
36. Novak Djokovic- 53 weeks
37. Maurice McLoughlin- 52 weeks
38. Spencer Gore- 52 weeks
39. Jack Crawford- 52 weeks
40. Pancho Segura- 52 weeks
41. Dick Williams- 52 weeks
42. Frank Hadow- 52 weeks
43. Willoughby Hamilton- 52 weeks
44.Gustavo Kuerten- 43 weeks
45.Stan Smith- 43 weeks
46. Ilie Nastase- 40 weeks
47. Boris Becker- 32 weeks
48. Arthur Ashe- 27 weeks, I have taken 27 weeks from Connors and given them to Ashe
49. Gerald Patterson- 26 weeks
50. Herbert Lawford- 26 weeks
51. Frank Sedgman- 26 weeks
52. Arthur Gore- 26 weeks
53. Lew Hoad- 26 weeks
54. Mal Whitman- 26 weeks
55. Mats Wilander- 20 weeks
56. Ernest Lewis- 17 weeks
57. Wilberforce Eaves- 17 weeks
58. Robert Wrenn- 17 weeks
59. Guillermo Vilas- 14 weeks, I took 14 weeks from Connors
60. Andy Roddick- 13 weeks
61. Marat Safin- 9 weeks
62. Juan Carlos Ferrero- 8 weeks
63. Yevgeny Kafelnikov- 6 weeks
64. Thomas Muster- 6 weeks
65. Marcelo Rios- 6 weeks
66. Carlos Moya- 2 weeks
67. Patrick Rafter- 1 week

Son of a bitch, this took forever. Now that I have compiled all the stats, I must re-do my rankings..........
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Originally Posted by tripwires View Post
Johnny blurs the line between grandeur and grandiose
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