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Old 04-18-2004, 01:22 AM   #1
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Default The Grand Slam Club

A list of everyone to have Slammed since the Open Era began in 1968 (although for those who won Slams on both sides of the divide, such as Laver, I've included all their titles).

Roger Federer: 15 (Wimbledon 03; Australian Open, Wimbledon, US Open 04; Wimbledon, US Open 05; Australian Open, Wimbledon, US Open 06; Australian Open, Wimbledon, US Open 07; US Open 08; Roland Garros, Wimbledon 09)

Pete Sampras: 14 (US Open 90; Wimbledon, US Open 93; Australian Open, Wimbledon 94; Wimbledon, US Open 95; US Open 96; Australian Open, Wimbledon 97; Wimbledon 98; Wimbledon 99; Wimbledon 00; US Open 02)

Bjorn Borg: 11 (Roland Garros 74; Roland Garros 75; Wimbledon 76; Wimbledon 77; Roland Garros, Wimbledon 78; Roland Garros, Wimbledon 79; Roland Garros, Wimbledon 80; Roland Garros 81)

Rod Laver: 11 (Australian Open 60; Wimbledon 61; Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open 62; Wimbledon 68; Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open 69)

Andre Agassi: 8 (Wimbledon 92; US Open 94; Australian Open 95; Roland Garros, US Open 99; Australian Open 00; Australian Open 01; Australian Open 03)

Jimmy Connors: 8 (Australian Open, Wimbledon, US Open 74; US Open 76; US Open 78; Wimbledon, US Open 82; US Open 83)

Ivan Lendl: 8 (Roland Garros 84; US Open 85; Roland Garros, US Open 86; Roland Garros, US Open 87; Australian Open 89; Australian Open 90)

Ken Rosewall: 8 (Australian Open, Roland Garros 53; Australian Open 55; US Open 56; Roland Garros 68; US Open 70; Australian Open 71; Australian Open 72)

John McEnroe: 7 (US Open 79; US Open 80; Wimbledon, US Open 81; Wimbledon 83; Wimbledon, US Open 84)

John Newcombe: 7 (Wimbledon, US Open 67; Wimbledon 70; Wimbledon 71; Australian Open, US Open 73; Australian Open 75)

Mats Wilander: 7 (Roland Garros 82; Australian Open 83; Australian Open 84; Roland Garros 85; Australian Open, Roland Garros, US Open 88)

Boris Becker: 6 (Wimbledon 85; Wimbledon 86; Wimbledon, US Open 89; Australian Open 91; Australian Open 96)

Stefan Edberg: 6 (Australian Open 85 [Dec]; Australian Open 87 [Jan]; Wimbledon 88; Wimbledon 90; US Open 91; US Open 92)

Rafael Nadal: 6 (Roland Garros 05; Roland Garros 06; Roland Garros 07; Roland Garros, Wimbledon 08; Australian Open 09)

Jim Courier: 4 (Roland Garros 91; Australian Open, Roland Garros 92; Australian Open 93)

Guillermo Vilas: 4 (Roland Garros, US Open 77; Australian Open 78; Australian Open 79)

Arthur Ashe: 3 (US Open 68; Australian Open 70; Wimbledon 75)

Jan Kodes: 3 (Roland Garros 70; Roland Garros 71; Wimbledon 73)

Gustavo Kuerten: 3 (Roland Garros 97; Roland Garros 00; Roland Garros 01)

Sergi Bruguera: 2 (Roland Garros 93; Roland Garros 94)

Lleyton Hewitt: 2 (US Open 01; Wimbledon 02)

Yevgeny Kafelnikov: 2 (Roland Garros 96; Australian Open 99)

Johan Kriek: 2 (Australian Open 81; Australian Open 82)

Ilie Nastase: 2 (US Open 72; Roland Garros 73)

Patrick Rafter: 2 (US Open 97; US Open 98)

Marat Safin: 2 (US Open 00; Australian Open 05)

Stan Smith: 2 (US Open 71; Wimbledon 72)

Bill Bowrey: 1 (US Open 68)

Pat Cash: 1 (Wimbledon 87)

Michael Chang: 1 (Roland Garros 89)

Albert Costa: 1 (Roland Garros 02)

Novak Djokovic: 1 (Australian Open 08)

Mark Edmondson: 1 (Australian Open 76)

Juan Carlos Ferrero: 1 (Roland Garros 03)

Gaston Gaudio: 1 (Roland Garros 04)

Vitas Gerulaitis: 1 (Australian Open 77 [Dec])

Andres Gimeno: 1 (Roland Garros 72)

Andres Gomez: 1 (Roland Garros 90)

Goran Ivanisevic: 1 (Wimbledon 01)

Thomas Johansson: 1 (Australian Open 02)

Petr Korda: 1 (Australian Open 98)

Richard Krajicek: 1 (Wimbledon 96)

Carlos Moya: 1 (Roland Garros 98)

Thomas Muster: 1 (Roland Garros 95)

Yannick Noah: 1 (Roland Garros 83)

Manuel Orantes: 1 (US Open 75)

Adriano Panatta: 1 (Roland Garros 76)

Andy Roddick: 1 (US Open 03)

Michael Stich: 1 (Wimbledon 91)

Roscoe Tanner: 1 (Australian Open 77 [Jan])

Brian Teacher: 1 (Australian Open 80)


So who won the AO in 1986, then?
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The Wit and Wisdom of the Tennis Journalist, Indian Wells 2004

ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I remember this one time when I went on a vacation on the Maldives. That was in the year 2001, I think. I went to this spa. I went to walk around with my girlfriend. I walk in, and we want to book a spa. This guy goes, "AHH, I remember you. You beat Sampras. I saw you on TV." That was like, really, how can you remember me? This guy has probably never been off his island and still knows me. I was a little bit shocked. Then I went to play tennis with him because he was actually the tennis teacher. It was nice.

Q. Were you naked at the time in the spa?

ROGER FEDERER: No. It was at the front desk. I didn't walk in naked.

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