Most Grand Slam Titles

Most Grand Slam Titles in tennis for men and women. Check out the all-time list and see where your favourite player are in the history of Grand Slam titles in tennis. Also check out UNIBET if you want to bet on tennis.

Roger Federer is on top of the list over most Grand Slam titles won on the men’s side and Margaret court has the record of most Grand Slam Titles on the women’s side. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal won 2 Grand Slam titles each in 2017 and now have a big lead to the next active player Novak Djokovic with 15 Grand Slam wins so far. Djokovic won 3 straight slams from Wimbledon 2018 to Australian Open 2019. American Pete Sampras held the record of most Grand Slam titles before the era of Federer-Nadal-Djokovic with 14 slams to his name and he is now in fourth place all-time. Aussie Roy Emerson is in 5th place with 12 slams but he won his Slams during the years when Rod Laver and Ken Rosewall where playing at the Pro Tour. Combining the Grand Slam and Pro Slam titles for Laver and Rosewall shows that Rod Laver won 11 Grand Slams plus 8 Pro Slams and Rosewall won 8 Grand Slams and 15 Pro Slams. The number of Pro Slams was only 3 (Wembley Pro, French Pro and US Pro Championships). Laver who won a calendar year Grand Slam twice (1962 and 1969) also won a calendar year Pro Slam once (1967) and Rosewall won all three Pro Slams 1963.

Another curiosity is that 1969 Rod Laver won the two Pro Slams played that year, the Wembley Pro and the US Pro, plus all 4 Grand Slams, making him the only person in history with 6 Slams the same year.

Most Grand Slam Titles men

1. Roger Federer 20
2. Rafael Nadal 18
3. Novak Djokovic 15
4. Pete Sampras 14
5. Roy Emerson 12
6. Björn Borg 11
6. Rod Laver 11
8. Bill Tilden 10
9. Ken Rosewall 8
9. Jimmy Connors 8
9. Andre Agassi 8
9. Fred Perry 8
9. Ivan Lendl 8
14. Mats Wilander 7
14. John McEnroe 7
14. John Newcombe 7
17. Boris Becker 6
17. Stefan Edberg 6

Most Grand Slam/Pro Slam Titles men

Counting the Pro Slams would give Ken Rosewall a total of 23 Slams and Rod Laver a total of 19.

1. Ken Rosewall 23
2. Roger Federer 20
3. Rod Laver 19
4. Rafael Nadal 18
5. Bill Tilden, Novak Djokovic 15
6. Pete Sampras, Pancho Gonzales 14
8. Roy Emerson12
10. Björn Borg, Fred Perry, Donald Budge, Henri Cochet 11

On the women’s side Australian Margaret Court is on top with 24 Grand Slam Titles with 7 won during the open era. Serena Williams is only one title behind at 23 and big sister Venus Williams is the second best active player with 7 Slams to her name.

Most Grand Slam Titles women

1. Margaret Court 24
2. Serena Wiliams 23
3. Steffi Graf 22
4. Helen Wills Moody 19
5. Martina Navratilova 18
5. Chris Evert 18
7. Billie Jean King 12
8. Monica Seles 9
9. Maureen Connoly 9
10. Suzanne Lenglen 8
10. Molly Mallory 8
12. Venus Williams 7
12. Justin Henin 7
12. Evonne Goolagong 7
12. Maria Bueno 7

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