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This is an update of the OPs stats:

Updated after the Paris Masters (stats correct to Thursday 18th July, 2013)


Title records by tournament type

Most outdoor titles

Here Federer is now 1th on the list.
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Outdoor titles
1		Federer		57
2		Vilas		56
=3		Connors		55
=3		Nadal		55
Most Tennis Masters Cups / World Tour Finals won

WTF trophies:
Code:
Rank	Player		TMC / WTF titles
1	Federer		6 
=2	Sampras		5
=2	Lendl		5
Most Masters 1000 titles

In 2011 Federer has surpassed Agassi but is three behind Nadal, and one behind Nadal for most finals.
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Masters 1000 titles
1		Nadal		24
2		Federer		21
Most individual Masters 1000 tournaments won

After Djokovic won Monte Carlo, Federer is now second after winning 7 from 9. He's missing Monte Carlo (3 time finalist), Rome (2 time finalist). Note that Federer’s best result in Shanghai is a loss in the final, but this event replaced Hamburg, which he won on 4 occasions.
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Different Masters 1000s won
 1		Djokovic		8 
=2		Federer		7
=2		Agassi		7
Most ATP 500 titles

Federer needs 2 more to tie with the leader, Nadal
Code:
Open era rank	Player		ATP 500 titles
1		Nadal		14
=2		Sampras		12
=2		Federer		12
Most ATP 250 titles

By winning Halle, Federer surpassed Sampras and Hewitt
Code:
Open era rank	Player		ATP 500 titles
1		Muster		26
 2		Federer		21
=2		Roddick		21
Match winning records

Matches won in all Grand Slams

Federer stands 1st in the Open Era list
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Grand Slam match wins 
1		Federer		257
2		Connors		233
3		Agassi		224
Matches won on hard courts at Grand Slams

Federer is now first in this particular statistic.
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Grand Slam hard court wins 
1		Federer		132
2		Agassi		127

Most Grand Slam semi final appearances

Federer has overtaken Connors here
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Grand Slam semi final appearances
1		Federer		33 
2		Connors		31

Most Grand Slam quarter final appearances

Federer is here only one behind Connors now.
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Grand Slam quarter final appearances
1		Connors		41
2		Federer		40
3		Agassi		36


Matches won at the Masters Cup / World Tour Finals

Federer tied Lendl 2011 and got the lead alone in 2012.
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Year-end Championship matches won
1		Federer		42
2		Lendl		39
3		Becker		36

Most Tennis Masters Cup finals / World Tour Finals appearances in finals

Federer and Becker is 1 behind Lendl.
Code:
Rank    Player		TMC / WTF finals
1	Lendl		9
=2	Becker		8
=2	Federer		8


‘Consecutive’ records

Most consecutive Grand Slam appearances

Federer will have to participate in every major tournament up to and including US Open 2013 to match Wayne Ferreira’s Open Era record.
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Consecutive Grand Slams entered
1		Ferreira		56
 2		Federer		55 
3		Edberg		54

Most consecutive seasons having reached a Grand Slam final

Federer will have to reach one Grand Slam final in 2013 to match Sampras and Lendl.
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Years 
=1		Sampras		11
=1		Lendl		11
3		Federer		10

Australian Open records

Note that due to the existence of the Challenge Round in early years of the slams and its subsequent discontinuation, pre Open Era comparisons are only made for wins and finals

Most championships won

Federer has equalled Andre Agassi’s Open Era record of 4 Australian Open wins. This feat has been matched by 2 players, including Ken Rosewall who had victories either side of the introduction of the Open era. The all-time record belongs to Roy Emerson
Code:
All-time rank	Player		Australian Opens won
1		Emerson		6
=2		Federer		4
=2		Agassi		4
=2		Djokovic	4
=2		Rosewall	4
=2		Crawford	4
Most final appearances

Federer is tied with Stefan Edberg’s record 5 Australian Open finals in the open era. Ken Rosewall achieved the same feat but 3 of his titles came before the Open era. In those earlier days, 3 separate players made final appearances a record 7 times.
Code:
All-time rank	Player		Australian Opens finals
=1		Emerson		7
=1		Bromwich	7
=1		Crawford	7
=4		Federer		5
=4		Edberg		5
Most semi final appearances

Federer is alone here with 10 for record in the Open Era.
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Australian Opens semi finals
1		Federer		10
2		Edberg		8
Most quarter final appearances

Federer is joint 1st in the standings with Edberg as things now stand
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Australian Opens quarter finals
=1		Edberg		10
=1		Federer		10
=3		Lendl		8
=3		Newcombe	8
French Open records

Most final appearances

Federer is 1 behind Borg and three behind Nadal.
Code:
All-time rank	Player		French Open finals
1		Nadal		8
2		Borg		6
=3		Federer		5
=3		Wilander	5
=3		Lendl		5
=3		Drobny		5
=3		Cochet		5
=3		Lacoste		5

Most semi final appearances

Federer is at the time of writing one behind Nadal's Open Era record 8.
Code:
Open era rank	Player		French Open semi finals
1		Nadal		8 
2		Federer		7
 =3		Borg		6
=3		Wilander	6
Most quarter final appearances

After FO 2013, Federer has taken this record
Code:
Open era rank	Player		French Open quarter finals
1		Federer		10
=2		Agassi		9
=2		Vilas		9
=2		Nadal		9

Wimbledon records

Most championships won

Federer is tied for this record with Pete Sampras and William Renshaw for all time (including pre Open era)
Code:
All-time rank	Player		Wimbledons won
=1		Sampras		7
=1		Renshaw		7
=1		Federer		7
Most final appearances

Federer has the Open Era record ahead of with Sampras and Becker but is tied with two of the tournament’s early participants.
Code:
All-time rank	Player		Wimbledon finals
=1		Gore		8
=1		Bromwich	8
=1		Federer		8
=4		Sampras		7
=4		Becker		7
Most semi final appearances

Connor’s record of 11 semi finals is going to be very difficult for Federer to match. He is currently 3 behind.
Code:
Open era rank	Player		Wimbledon semi finals
1		Connors		11
2		Becker		9
=3		Sampras		8
=3		McEnroe		8
=3		Federer		8


US Open records

Most championships won

Federer needs 2 more US Open victories to tie 3 players from before the Open Era. He currently shares the Open Era record with Connors and Sampras
Code:
All-time rank	Player		US Opens won
=1		Tilden		7
=1		Larned		7
=1		Sears		7
=4		Federer		5
=4		Sampras		5 
=4		Connors		5
Most final appearances

Tilden’s all-time record of 10 is also going to be extremely difficult to match as he needs 4 more. The Open Era record shared by Lendl and Sampras are 2 more than Federer at the moment.
Code:
All-time rank	Player		US Open finals
1		Tilden		10
2		Larned		9
=3		Sampras		8
=3		Lendl		8
=5		Connors		7
=5		Sears		7
=7		Federer		6
=7		Agassi		6

Rankings records

Note that rankings statistics compare players since 1973, when the ATP first used the computerised ranking method.

Most weeks at number 1

Federer has totalled 302 weeks at the top of the ATP rankings, well ahead of Pete Sampras’ old record
Code:
Rank	Player		Total weeks at number 1
1	Federer		302
2	Sampras		286

Most weeks ranked in top 2

Federer is now 9 weeks ahead of Lendl
Code:
Rank	Player		Total weeks at number 1 or 2
1	Federer		418
2	Lendl		409
3	Sampras		376


Most years ended at number 1

Alongside Connors, Federer is also 1 shy of Sampras
Code:
Rank	Player		Year end number 1s
1	Sampras		6
=2	Federer		5
=2	Connors		5
Most years ended in top 2

Federer has the consecutive record with 8 years, and the total record with 9
Code:
Rank	Player		Year end number 1 or 2
1	Federer		9
2	Connors		8

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