List of male tennis players


List of male tennis players

This is a list of top international male tennis players.

To keep the list at a reasonable length, it includes only players who have been officially ranked among the top 25 singles players in the world during the "Open Era"; been ranked in the top five prior to the Open Era; have been a singles quarter-finalist or better at a Grand Slam tournament; have reached the finals of the Masters Grand Prix/ATP Tour World Championships/Tennis Masters Cup/ATP World Tour Finals; have been singles medalists at the Olympics; have won a Grand Slam or Olympic doubles title; or have been ranked World No. 1 in doubles. (Note: Drawsheet information may not be available for some pre-World War Two Grand Slam tournaments, so criteria for inclusion of some 19th and first-half twientieth century players may remain incomplete.)

Players who have won more than one Grand Slam singles title or have been ranked World No.1 in singles, and singles Grand Slam and Olympic championships, have been put in bold font. Players who still play on the tour have been put in italics.

List

Player Name Birth Death Country Criteria for inclusion
Acasuso, JoséJosé Acasuso 1982 Argentina Argentina ranked World No. 20 in 2006
Adams, DavidDavid Adams 1970 South Africa South Africa winner of 2 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1999 Australian Open champion, partnering Mariaan de Swardt • 2000 French Open champion, partnering de Swardt
Agassi, AndreAndre Agassi 1970 United States United States winner of 8 grand slam singles titles and 1 Olympic singles gold medal → 1992 Wimbledon champion, 1999 runner-up, 1995 and 2001 semi-finalist, 1991 and 1993 quarter-finalist • 1994 and 1999 U.S. Open champion, 1990, 1995, 2002 and 2005 runner-up, 1988 and 1989 semi-finalist, 1992, 2001 and 2004 quarter-finalist • 1995, 2000, 2001 and 2003 Australian Open champion1999 French Open champion, 1990 and 1991 runner-up, 1988 and 1992 semi-finalist, 1995, 2001, 2002 and 2003 quarter-finalist • 1996 Olympic gold medalist • 1990 ATP Tour World champion, 1999 runner-up; 2000 and 2003 Tennis Masters Cup runner-up • ranked World No. 1 for 101 weeks → 12 weeks in 2003, 38 in 2000, 19 in 1999, 2 in 1996 and 30 in 1995
Agénor, RonaldRonald Agénor 1964 Haiti Haiti 1989 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 22 in 1989
Aguilera, JuanJuan Aguilera 1962 Spain Spain ranked World No. 7 in 1984
Alami, KarimKarim Alami 1973 Morocco Morocco ranked World No. 25 in 2000
Aldrich, PieterPieter Aldrich 1965 South Africa South Africa winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1990 Australian Open champion, partnering Danie Visser • 1990 U.S. Open champion, partnering Visser • ranked World No. 1 for 17 weeks
Alexander, FredFred Alexander 1880 1969 United States United States winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1908 Australasian champion (results most likely incomplete as U.S. National drawsheets for time unavailable) - winner of 6 grand slam doubles title → 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 and 1917 United States champion, partnering Harold Hackett for the first four and then Harold Throckmorton • 1908 Australasian Champion, parterning Alfred Dunlop
Alexander, JohnJohn Alexander 1951 Australia Australia 1977 (December) Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 8 in 1975
Allison, Jr., WilmerWilmer Allison, Jr. 1904 1977 United States United States winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1935 United States champion, 1934 finalist (Grand Slam drawsheets for prior to 1934 not available) • ranked amateur World No. 4 in 1932 and 1935
Almagro, NicolásNicolás Almagro 1985 Spain Spain 2008 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 9 in 2011
Alonso, ManuelManuel Alonso 1895 1984 Spain Spain 1921 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1922, 1923, 1925 and 1927 United States quarter-finalist • rated World No. 5 in 1927
Amaya, VictorVictor Amaya 1954 United States United States ranked World No. 15 in 1980 – winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1980 French Open doubles champion, partnering Hank Pfister
Amritraj, VijayVijay Amritraj 1953 India India 1973 and 1981 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1973 and 1974 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 16 in 1980
Ančić, MarioMario Ančić 1984 Croatia Croatia 2004 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 2006 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 2006 - 2004 Olympic Games doubles bronze medalist, partnering Ivan Ljubičić
Anderson, JamesJames Anderson 1894 1973 Australia Australia winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1922, 1924 and 1925 Australasian champion, 1919 1926 semi-finalist, 1920 quarter-finalist(?) (list perhaps incomplete - a few results appear unavailable) • rated World No. 3 in 1924 and 1925 - winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1922 Wimbledon champion, partnering Randolph Lycett • 1925 Australasian champion, partnering Norman Brookes
Anderson, MalMal Anderson 1935 Australia Australia winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1957 United States champion, 1958 runner-up • 1958 and 1972 Australian (Open) runner-up, 1957 semi-finalist, 1956 quarter-finalist • 1956 and 1958 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • rated amateur World No. 2 in 1957 and 1958 — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1957 French champion, partnering Ashley Cooper • 1973 Austrlian Open doubles champion, parterning John Newcombe
Andreev, IgorIgor Andreev 1983 Russia Russia 2007 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 18 in 2008
Andrews, JohnJohn Andrews 1952 United States United States 1975 French Open quarter-finalist
Anger, MattMatt Anger 1963 United States United States ranked World No. 23 in 1986
Annacone, PaulPaul Annacone 1963 United States United States 1984 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 12 in 1986 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1985 Australian Open champion, partnering Christo van Rensburg
Arazi, HichamHicham Arazi 1973 Morocco Morocco 1997/1998 French Open quarter-finalist • 2000 and 2004 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 22 in 2001
Arias, JimmyJimmy Arias 1964 United States United States 1983 U.S. Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 1984
Arrese, JordiJordi Arrese 1964 Spain Spain 1992 Olympic silver medalist • ranked World No. 23 in 1991
Asbóth, JózsefJózsef Asbóth 1917 1986 Hungary Hungary winner of 1 grand slam title → 1947 French champion • 1948 Wimbledon semi-finalist
Ashe, ArthurArthur Ashe 1943 1993 United States United States winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1968 U.S. Open champion, 1972 finalist, 1969 and 1971 semi-finalist, 1970 and 1974 quarter-finalist; 1965 U.S. National semi-finalist • 1970 Australian Open champion, 1971 finalist, 1978 semi-finalist, 1977 (January) quarter-finalist; 1966 and 1967 Australian Championships finalist • 1975 Wimbledon champion, 1968 and 1969 semi-finalist • 1970 and 1971 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 2 in 1975
Austin, BunnyBunny Austin 1906 2000 United Kingdom Great Britain [England England] 1932 and 1938 Wimbledon finalist, 1936 and 1937 semi-finalist, 1931, 1933, 1934 and 1935 quarter-finalist • 1937 French finalist, 1935 semi-finalist, 1934 and 1936 quarter-finalist • 1929 Australian quarter-finalist (U.S. National drawsheets prior to 1933 unavailable) • rated World No. 4 in 1938
Ayala, LuisLuis Ayala 1932 Chile Chile 1958 and 1960 French finalist, 1959 semi-finalist • 1957 and 1959 United States quarter-finalist • 1959 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Baddeley, HerbertHerbert Baddeley 1872 1931 United Kingdom United Kingdom [England England] winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1891, 1894, 1895 and 1896 Wimbledon champion, partnering Wilfred Baddeley
Baddeley, WilfredWilfred Baddeley 1872 1929 United Kingdom United Kingdom [England England] winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1891, 1892 and 1895 Wimbledon champion, 1893, 1894 and 1896 runner-up • rated World No. 1 for 4 years jointly for 1891, 1892, 1895 and for solely 1896 - winner of 4 grand slam doubles → 1891, 1894, 1895 and 1896 Wimbledon champion, partnering Herbert Baddeley
Baghdatis, MarcosMarcos Baghdatis 1985 Cyprus Cyprus 2006 Australian Open finalist • 2006 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 2007 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 8 in 2006
Barazzutti, CorradoCorrado Barazzutti 1953 Italy Italy 1977 U.S. Open semi-finalist • 1978 French Open semi-finalist • 1980 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 1978
Barry, C.D.C.D. Barry ? ? United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland United Kingdom (Ireland Ireland) 1879 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Barthès, PierrePierre Barthès 1941 France France ranked a World Top-20 player for 1971 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1970 French Open champion, partnering Nikola Pilić
Bates, JeremyJeremy Bates 1962 United Kingdom Great Britain [England England winner of 2 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1987 Wimbledon champion, partnering Jo Durie • 1991 Australian Open champion, partnering Durie
Becker, BorisBoris Becker 1967 West Germany West Germany/Germany winner of 6 grand slam singles titles → 1985, 1986 and 1989 Wimbledon champion, 1988, 1990, 1991 and 1995 finalist • 1989 U.S. Open champion1991 and 1996 Australian Open champion, 1984 quarter-finalist • 1987, 1989 and 1991 French Open semi-finalist • 1988 Masters Grand Prix champion, 1989 runner-up; 1992 and 1995 ATP Tour World champion, 1994 and 1996 runner-up • ranked World No. 1 for 12 weeks in 1991 — winner of 1 Olympic doubles gold medal → 1992 Barcelona gold medalist, partnering Michael Stich
Belkin, MikeMike Belkin 1945 Canada Canada 1968 Australian Championships quarter-finalist
Bengoechea, EduardoEduardo Bengoechea 1959 Argentina Argentina ranked World No. 21 in 1987
Benneteau, JulienJulien Benneteau 1981 France France 2006 French Open quarter-finalist
Berasategui, AlbertoAlberto Berasategui 1973 Spain Spain 1994 French Open finalist • 1998 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 1994
Berdych, TomášTomáš Berdych 1985 Czech Republic Czech Republic 2010 French Open semi-finalist • 2010 Wimbledon finalist • ranked World No. 6 in 2010
Bergelin, LennartLennart Bergelin 1925 Sweden Sweden 1946, 1948 and 1951 Wimbledon quarter-finalist – winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1948 French champion, partnering Jaroslav Drobný
Berger, JayJay Berger 1966 United States United States 1989 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • 1989 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 1990
Bergström, ChristianChristian Bergström 1967 Sweden Sweden 1993 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Bertolucci, PaoloPaolo Bertolucci 1954 Italy Italy 1973 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 12 in 1973
Bhupathi, MaheshMahesh Bhupathi 1974 India India winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1999 and 2001 French Open champion, both partnering Leander Paes) • 1999 Wimbledon champion, parterning Paes • 2002 U.S. Open champion, partnering Max Mirnyi) — winner of 7 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1997 French Open champion, partnering Rika Hiraki • 1999 and 2005 U.S. Open champion, partnering Ai Sugiyama and Daniela Hantuchová respectively • 2002 and 2005 Wimbledon champion, partnering Likhovtseva and Mary Pierce respectively • 2006 and 2009 Australian Open, partnering Martina Hingis and Sania Mirza respectively
Björkman, JonasJonas Björkman 1972 Sweden Sweden 1997 U.S. Open semi-finalist • 2006 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 2003 quarter-finalist • 1998 and 2002 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1997 — winner of 8 grand slam doubles titles → 1998, 1999 and 2001 Australian Open champion, partnering Jacco Eltingh, Patrick Rafter, Todd Woodbridge respectively • 2004 and 2005 French Open champion, both partnering Max Mirnyi • 2002, 2003 and 2004 Wimbledon champion, all partnering Woodbridge • ranked doubles World No. 1 for 70 weeks
Black, ByronByron Black 1969 Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 1995 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • 2000 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 22 in 1996 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1994 French Open champion, partnering Jonathan Stark
Black, WayneWayne Black 1973 Zimbabwe Zimbabwe winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 2001 U.S. Open champion, partnering Kevin Ullyett • 2005 Australian Open champion, partnering Ullyett
Blake, JamesJames Blake 1979 United States United States 2005 and 2006 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • 2006 Tennis Masters Cup runner-up • ranked World No. 4 in 2006
Blanco, GaloGalo Blanco 1976 Spain Spain 1997 French Open quarter-finalist
Boetsch, ArnaudArnaud Boetsch 1968 France France ranked World No. 12 in 1996
Borg, BjörnBjörn Borg 1956 Sweden Sweden winner of 11 grand slam singles titles → 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980 and 1981 French Open champion, 1976 quarter-finalist • 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 and 1980 Wimbledon champion, 1981 finalist, 1973 and 1975 quarter-finalist • 1976, 1978, 1980 and 1981 U.S. Open finalist, 1975 semi-finalist, 1979 quarter-finalist • 1979 and 1980 Masters Grand Prix champion, 1975 and 1977 runner-up • ranked World No. 1 for 109 weeks → for 1 week in 1977, 32 in 1979, 49 in 1980 and 27 in 1981
Borotra, JeanJean Borotra 1898 1994 France France winner of 5 grand slam singles titles → 1924 and 1931 French champion, 1925 and 1929 finalist • 1924 and 1926 Wimbledon champion, 1925, 1927 and 1929 finalist • 1928 Australian champion • 1926 United States finalist (other tournament drawsheets unavailable) • rated World No. 2 for 1926 — winner of 10 grand slam doubles titles → 1925, 1928, 1929, 1934 and 1936 French champion, partnering René Lacoste, Jacques Brugnon, Lacoste, Brugnon and Marcel Bernard respectively • 1925, 1932 and 1933 Wimbledon champion, Lacoste, Brugnon and Brugnon respectively • 1928 Australian champion, partnering Brugnon — winner of 5 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1925 Wimbledon champion, partnering Suzanne Lenglen • 1926 United States champion, partnering Elizabeth Ryan • 1927 and 1934 French champion, partnering Marguerite Brocquedis and Colette Rosambert respectively • 1928 Australian champion, partnering Daphne Akhurst
Borowiak, JeffJeff Borowiak 1949 United States United States ranked World No. 25 in 1977
Bowrey, WilliamWilliam Bowrey 1943 Australia Australia winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1968 Australian champion, 1967 finalist, 1965 and 1966 quarter-finalist; 1969 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1966 U.S. National quarter-finalist
Bromwich, JohnJohn Bromwich 1918 1999 Australia Australia winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1939 and 1946 Australian champion, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1947, 1948 and 1949 finalist, 1940 semi-finalist, 1936, 1950 and 1951 quarter-finalist • 1948 Wimbledon finalist, 1949 semi-finalist • 1939 United States semi-finalist • 1950 French quarter-finalist — winner of 13 grand slam doubles titles → 1938, 1939, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949 and 1950 Australian champion, all partnering Adrian Quist • 1939, 1949 and 1959 U.S. National champion, partnering Quist, Bill Sidwell and Frank Sedgman respectively • 1948 and 1950 Wimbledon champion, partnering Sedgman and Quist respectively — winner of 4 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1938 Australian champion, partnering Margaret Wilson • 1947 and 1948 Wimbledon champion, partnering both partnering Louise Brough • 1948 U.S. National champion, partnering Brough
Brookes, NormanNorman Brookes 1877 1967 Australia Australia winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1907 and 1914 Wimbledon champion, 1905, 1909 and 1919 finalist (drawsheets for 1910 through 1921 unavailable) • 1911 Australasian championrated World No. 1 for two years 1907 and jointly for 1911 — winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1907 and 1914 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Anthony Wilding • 1919 United States champion, partnering Gerald Patterson • 1924 Australian champion, partnering James Anderson — winner of at least 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1907 Wimbledon mixed doubles champion[citation needed]
Brown, GeoffreyGeoffrey Brown United Kingdom Great Britain [England England] 1946 Wimbledon finalist, 1947 quarter-finalist • rated World No. 3 amateur in 1946
Brown, TomTom Brown United States United States 1946 United States finalist • 1947 Wimbledon finalist, 1946 semi-finalist, 1948 quarter-finalist
Brugnon, JacquesJacques Brugnon 1895 1978 France France (singles results most likely missing as drawsheets are unavailable) - winner of 10 grand slam doubles titles → 1926, 1928, 1932 and 1933 Wimbledon champion, partnering Henri Cochet for the first two and Jean Borotra for the latter two • 1927, 1928, 1930, 1932 and 1934 French champion, partnering Cochet for the first three and Borotra for the last two • 1928 Australian champion, partnering Borotra — winner of 2 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1925 and 1926 French champion, both partnering Suzanne Lenglen
Bruguera, SergiSergi Bruguera 1971 Spain Spain winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1993 and 1994 French Open champion, 1997 finalist, 1995 semi-finalist • ranked World No. 3 in 1994
Bryan, BobBob Bryan 1978 United States United States winner of 10 grand slam doubles titles, all partnering Mike Bryan) → 2003 French Open champion • 2005 and 2008 U.S. Open champion • 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011 Australian Open champion • 2006 Wimbledon champion • 2003 and 2004 Master's champions, both partnering Mike • with Mike ranked co-World No. 1 in doubles for 274 weeks (and counting) → for 6 weeks in 2003, 18 in 2004, 8 in 2005, 52 in 2006, 41 in 2007, 45 in 2008, 33 in 2009, 27 in 2010, 46 weeks in 2011 (and counting) — winner of 5 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 2003, 2004 and 2006 U.S. Open champion, partnering Katarina Srebotnik, Vera Zvonareva and Martina Navratilova respectively • 2008 French Open champion, partnering Victoria Azarenka • 2008 Wimbledon champion, partnering Samantha Stosur
Bryan, MikeMike Bryan 1978 United States United States winner of 10 grand slam doubles titles, all partnering Bob Bryan → 2003 French Open champion • 2005 and 2008 U.S. Open champion • 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011 Australian Open champion • 2006 Wimbledon champion • 2003 and 2004 Masters champion, both partnering Bob • with Bob co-ranked World No. 1 in doubles for 274 weeks (and counting) → for 6 weeks in 2003, 18 in 2004, 8 in 2005, 52 in 2006, 41 in 2007, 45 in 2008, 33 in 2009, 27 in 2010, 46 weeks in 2011 (and counting) — winner of 2 grand slam mixed doubles → 2002 U.S. Open champion, partnering Lisa Raymond • 2003 French Open champion, partnering Raymond
Buchholz, Earl "Butch"Earl "Butch" Buchholz 1940 United States United States 1960 U.S. National semi-finalist; 1969 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 1960 and 1969 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1969 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 5 amateur in 1960
Budge, DonDon Budge 1915 2000 United States United States winner of 6 Grand Slam singles titles → 1937 and 1938 Wimbledon champion, 1935 and 1936 semi-finalist • 1937 and 1938 United States champion, 1936 finalist, 1935 quarter-finalist • 1938 French champion1938 Australian championrated amateur World No. 1 for 4 years, 1937 through 1940
Cahill, DarrenDarren Cahill 1965 Australia Australia 1988 U.S. Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 22 in 1989
Campbell, OliverOliver Campbell 1871 1953 United States/United States/United States United States winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1890, 1891 and 1892 United States champion (drawsheets for other years unavailable) — winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1888, 1891 and 1892 United States champion, partnering Valentine G. Hall, Bob Huntington and Huntington again respectively
Calleri, AgustínAgustín Calleri 1976 Argentina Argentina ranked World No. 16 in 2003
Camporese, OmarOmar Camporese 1968 Italy Italy ranked World No. 18 in 1992
Cancellotti, FrancescoFrancesco Cancellotti 1963 Italy Italy ranked World No. 21 in 1985
Cañas, GuillermoGuillermo Cañas 1977 Argentina Argentina 2002, 2005 and 2007 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 8 in 2005
Caratti, CristianoCristiano Caratti 1970 Italy Italy 1991 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Carbonell, TomasTomas Carbonell 1968 Spain Spain ranked World No. 22 in 1995 — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 2001 French Open champion, partnering Virginia Ruano Pascual
Carlsson, KentKent Carlsson 1968 Sweden Sweden ranked World No. 6 in 1988
Case, RossRoss Case 1951 Australia Australia 1973 and 1977[Jan] Australian Open semi-finalist
Cash, PatPat Cash 1965 Australia Australia winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1987 Wimbledon champion, 1984 semi-finalist, 1982, 1986 and 1988 quarter-finalist • 1987 and 1988 Australian Open finalist, 1984 quarter-finalist • 1984 U.S. Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1988
Chace, MalcolmMalcolm Chace 1875 1955 United States United States 1894 United States semi-finalist (drawsheets for other years unavailable) — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1894 United States champion, partnering Robert Wrenn
Champion, ThierryThierry Champion 1966 France France 1990 French Open quarter-finalist • 1991 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Chang, MichaelMichael Chang 1972 United States United States winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1989 French Open champion, 1995 finalist • 1996 Australian Open finalist • 1996 U.S. Open finalist • ranked World No. 2 in 1996
Chela, Juan IgnacioJuan Ignacio Chela 1979 Argentina Argentina 2004 French Open quarter-finalist • 2007 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 15 in 2004
Cherkasov, AndreiAndrei Cherkasov 1970 Soviet Union Soviet Union /Russia Russia 1990 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1990 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 13 in 1991
Chesnokov, AndreiAndrei Chesnokov 1966 Soviet Union Soviet Union /Russia Russia 1989 French Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 9 in 1991
Čilić, MarinMarin Čilić 1988 Croatia Croatia 2010 Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 9 in 2010
Clavet, FranciscoFrancisco Clavet 1968 Spain Spain ranked World No. 18 in 1992
Clément, ArnaudArnaud Clément 1977 France France 2001 Australian Open finalist • 2008 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 10 in 2001
Clerc, Jose-LuisJose-Luis Clerc 1958 Argentina Argentina 1981 and 1982 French Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1981
Clothier, WilliamWilliam Clothier 1881 1962 United States/United States United States winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1906 United States champion, 1904 and 1909 finalist (drawsheets for other years unavailable)
Cochet, HenriHenri Cochet 1901 1987 France France winner of 7 grand slam singles titles → 1922, 1926, 1928, 1930 and 1932 French champion, 1933 finalist, 1927 and 1929 semi-finalist, 1925 quarter-finalist (drawsheets for before 1925 unavailable) • 1927 and 1929 Wimbledon champion, 1928 finalist, 1925 and 1933 semi-finalist, 1930 quarter-finalist • 1928 United States champion, 1932 finalist (drawsheets before 1933 unavailable) • rated World No. 1 amateur for 3 years, 1928 through 1930 — winner of 5 grand slam doubles titles, all partnering Jacques Brugnon → 1927, 1930 and 1932 French champion • 1926 and 1928 Wimbledon champion – winner of 5 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1922, 1923, 1928 and 1929 French Champions, partnering Suzanne Lenglen for the first two and Eileen Bennett Whittingstall for the latter two • 1927 United States champion, partnering Bennett Whittingstall
Connell, GrantGrant Connell Canada Canada 1995 ATP Tour World Championships doubles champion, partnering Patrick Galbraith • ranked World No. 1 in doubles for 11 weeks in 1993-1994
Connors, JimmyJimmy Connors 1952 United States United States winner of 8 grand slam singles titles → 1974 Australian Open champion, 1975 finalist • 1974 and 1982 Wimbledon champion, 1975, 1977, 1978 and 1984 finalis; 1979, 1980, 1981, 1985 and 1987 semi-finalist; 1972, 1973 and 1975 quarter-finalist • 1974, 1976, 1978, 1982 and 1983 U.S. Open champion, 1975, 1977 finalist; 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1987 and 1991 semi-finalist; • 1979, 1980, 1984 and 1985 French Open semi-finalist; 1981, 1982, 1983 and 1987 quarter-finalist • 1977 Masters Grand Prix champion • ranked World No. 1 for 268 weeks → 22 weeks in 1974, 52 weeks in 1975, 52 weeks in 1976, 51 weeks in 1977, 52 weeks in 1978, 22 weeks in 1979, 8 weeks in 1982 and 9 weeks in 1983 — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1973 Wimbledon champion, partnering Ilie Năstase • 1975 U.S. Open champion, partnering Năstase
Cooke, ElwoodElwood Cooke 1913 2004 United States United States 1939 Wimbledon finalist • 1939 French semi-finalist • 1945 United States semi-finalist, 1940 and 1943 quarter-finalist – winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1939 Wimbledon champion, partnering Bobby Riggs — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1939 United States champion, partnering Sarah Palfrey Cooke
Cooper, AshleyAshley Cooper 1936 Australia Australia winner of 4 grand slam singles titles → 1957 and 1958 Australian champion, 1954, 1955 and 1956 quarter-finalist • 1958 Wimbledon champion, 1957 finalist • 1958 United States champion, 1957 finalist, 1956 quarter-finalist • 1956, 1957 and 1958 French Championship semi-finalist - winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1957 and 1958 French champion, parterning Mal Anderson and Neale Fraser respectively • 1957 United States champion, partnering Fraser • 1958 Australian champion, partnering Fraser
Cooper, JohnJohn Cooper 1946 Australia Australia 1971 and 1972 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Cornejo, PatricioPatricio Cornejo 1944 Chile Chile 1974 French Open quarter-finalist
Coria, GuillermoGuillermo Coria 1982 Argentina Argentina 2004 French Open finalist, 2003 semi-finalist • 2003 and 2005 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 3 in 2004
Corretja, ÀlexÀlex Corretja 1974 Spain Spain 1998 and 2001 French Open finalist, 2002 semi-finalist • 1998 Masters champion • ranked World No. 2 in 1999
Costa, AlbertAlbert Costa 1975 Spain Spain winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2002 French Open champion • 1997 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 6 in 2002
Costa, CarlosCarlos Costa 1968 Spain Spain ranked World No. 10 in 1992
Courier, JimJim Courier 1970 United States United States winner of 4 grand slam singles titles → 1991 and 1992 French Open champion, 1993 finalist, 1994 semi-finalist, 1996 quarter-finalist • 1992 and 1993 Australian Open champion, 1994 semi-finalist, 1995 and 1996 quarter-finalist • 1991 U.S. Open finalist, 1992 and 1995 semi-finalist • 1993 Wimbledon finalist, 1991 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 58 weeks in 1992
Cox, MarkMark Cox 1943 United Kingdom Great Britain [England England] 1971 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 13 in 1977
Crawford, JackJack Crawford 1908 1991 Australia Australia winner of 6 grand slam singles titles → 1931, 1932, 1933 and 1935 Australian champion, 1931 and 1940 finalist, 1928, 1930, 1936, 1937 and 1939 semi-finalist, 1927 and 1929 quarter-finalist • 1933 French champion, 1934 finalist, 1935 semi-finalist, 1928 quarter-finalist • 1933 Wimbledon champion • 1933 United States finalist • rated World No. 1 amateur for 1 year, 1933 — winner of 6 grand slam doubles titles → 1929, 1930, 1932 and 1935 Australian champion, the first two partnering Harry Hopman, the third with Edgar Moon, and the fourth with Vivian McGrath • 1935 French champion, partnering Adrian Quist • 1935 Wimbledon champion, partnering Quist
Crealy, DickDick Crealy 1944 Australia Australia 1970 Australian Open finalist, 1975 semi-finalist, 1972 and 1976 quarter-finalist; 1968 Australian Championship quarter-finalist - winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1968 Australian champion, partnering Allan Stone • 1974 French Open, partnering Onny Parun - winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1968 Australian champion, partnering Billie Jean King
Curren, KevinKevin Curren 1958 South Africa South Africa/United States United States 1984 Australian Open finalist • 1985 Wimbledon finalist, 1983 semi-finalist, 1990 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 1985 - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1982 champion, partnering Steve Denton - winner of 3 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1981 and 1982 U.S. Open champion, partnering Anne Smith both times • 1982 Wimbledon champion, partnering Smith
Cuevas, PabloPablo Cuevas 1986 Uruguay Uruguay ranked World No. 14 in 2009 - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2008 French Open champion, partnering Luis Horna
Davidson, SvenSven Davidson 1928 2008 Sweden Sweden winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1957 French champion, 1955 and 1956 finalist, 1953 quarter-finalist • 1957 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1953, 1955 and 1958 quarter-finalist • 1957 United States semi-finalist, 1953 quarter-finalist - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1958 Wimbledon champion, partnering Ulf Schmidt
Davis, DwightDwight Davis 1879 1945 United States United States 1898 United States finalist - winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1899, 1900 and 1901 United States champion, partnering Holcombe Ward
Davis, ScottScott Davis 1962 United States United States 1984 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 11 in 1985 - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1991 Australian Open, partnering David Pate
Davín, FrancoFranco Davín 1970 Argentina Argentina 1991 French Open quarter-finalist
Davydenko, NikolayNikolay Davydenko 1981 Russia Russia 2005 and 2007 French Open semi-finalist, 2006 and 2009 quarter-finalist • 2007 U.S. Open semi-finalist • 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2010 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 2009 ATP Tour Finals champion • ranked World No. 3 in 2006
del Potro, Juan MartínJuan Martín del Potro 1988 Argentina Argentina winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2009 U.S. Open champion, 2008 quarter-finalist • 2009 French Open semi-finalist • 2009 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 2010
Dent, PhilPhil Dent 1950 Australia Australia 1974 Australian Open finalist, 1977(Jan) and 1979 quarter-finalist; 1968 Australian Championships quarter-finalist • 1977 French Open semi-finalist • 1977 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 17 in 1977
Dent, TaylorTaylor Dent 1981 United States United States ranked World No. 21 in 2005
Denton, SteveSteve Denton 1956 United States United States 1981 and 1982 Australian Open finalist • ranked World No. 12 in 1983
Dewulf, FilipFilip Dewulf 1972 Belgium Belgium 1997 French Open semi-finalist, 1998 quarter-finalist
Dibley, ColinColin Dibley 1944 Australia Australia 1979 Australia Open semi-finalist, 1973 quarter-finalist • 1971 and 1972 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Dibbs, EddieEddie Dibbs 1951 United States United States 1975 and 1976 French Open semi-finalist, 1978 and 1979 quarter-finalist • 1975, 1976 and 1979 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 1978
Dickson, MarkMark Dickson United States United States 1983 U.S. Open quarter-finalist
Diepraam, KeithKeith Diepraam South Africa South Africa 1965 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
di Pasquale, ArnaudArnaud di Pasquale 1979 France France 2000 Olympic bronze medalist
Djoković, NovakNovak Djoković 1987 Serbia Serbia winner of 4 grand slam singles titles → 2008 and 2011 Australian Open champion, 2009 and 2010 quarter-finalist • 2011 Wimbledon champion, 2007 and 2010 semi-finalist, 2009 quarter-finalist • 2011 U.S. Open champion, 2007 and 2010 finalist, 2008 and 2009 semi-finalist • 2007, 2008 and 2011 French Open semi-finalist, 2006 2010 quarter-finalist • 2008 Tennis Masters Cup champion • 2008 Olympic Singles bronze medalist • ranked World No. 1 for 19 weeks (and counting) in 2011
Doherty, LaurenceLaurence Doherty 1875 1919 United Kingdom United Kingdom [England England] winner of 6 grand slam singles titles and 1 Olympic singles gold medal → 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905 and 1906 Wimbledon champion, 1898 runner-up • 1903 United States champion1900 Olympic gold medalistrated World No. 1 for 5 years; jointly for 1902, 1903, 1904 and 1905, and solely for 1906 - winner of 10 grand slam doubles titles and 1 Olympic doubles gold medal → 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1903, 1904 and 1905 Wimbledon champion, all partnering Reginald Doherty • 1902 and 1903 United States champion, both partnering Doherty • 1900 Olympic gold medalist, partnering Doherty
Doherty, ReginaldReginald Doherty 1872 1910 United Kingdom United Kingdom (England England) winner of 4 grand slam titles → 1897, 1898, 1899 and 1900 Wimbledon champion, 1901 runner-up • 1902 United States runner-up - winner of 10 grand slam doubles titles and 1 Olympic doubles gold medal → 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1903, 1904 and 1905 Wimbledon champion, all partnering Laurence Doherty • 1902 and 1903 United States champion, both partnering Doherty • 1900 Olympic gold medalist, partnering Doherty
Dolgopolov, AlexandrAlexandr Dolgopolov 1988 Ukraine Ukraine 2011 Australian Open quarter-finalist • World No. 16 in 2011
Doseděl, SlávaSláva Doseděl 1970 Czech Republic Czech Republic 1999 U.S. Open quarter-finalist
Draper, ScottScott Draper 1974 Australia Australia winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles champion → 2005 Australian Open champion, partnering Samantha Stosur
Dreekmann, HendrikHendrik Dreekmann 1975 Germany Germany 1994 French Open quarter-finalist
Drewett, BradBrad Drewett 1958 Australia Australia 1975 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Drobný, JaroslavJaroslav Drobný 1921 2001 Czechoslovakia/Egypt/Egypt Czechoslovakia/Egypt winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1951 and 1952 French champion, 1946, 1948 and 1950 finalist, 1953 semi-finalist • 1954 Wimbledon champion, 1949 and 1952 finalist, 1946 semi-finalist, 1947 quarter-finalist — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1948 French champion, partnering Lennart Bergelin — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1948 French champion, partnering Patricia Canning Todd
Drysdale, CliffCliff Drysdale 1941 South Africa South Africa 1968 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • 1969 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1971 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 13 in 1974 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1972 U.S. Open champion, partnering Roger Taylor
Drysdale, RobinRobin Drysdale 1952 United Kingdom Great Britain 1977 (December) Australian Open quarter-finalist
Du Pré, PatPat Du Pré 1954 United States United States 1979 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1979 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 14 in 1980
Edberg, StefanStefan Edberg 1966 Sweden Sweden winner of 6 grand slam singles titles → 1985 and 1987 Australian Open champion, 1990, 1992 and 1993 finalist, 1988, 1991 and 1994 semi-finalist, 1984 and 1989 quarter-finalist • 1988 and 1990 Wimbledon champion, 1989 finalist, 1987, 1991 and 1993 semi-finalist, 1992 quarter-finalist • 1991 and 1992 U.S. Open champion, 1986 and 1987 semi-finalist, 1996 quarter-finalist • 1989 French Open finalist, 1985, 1991 and 1993 quarter-finalist • 1989 Masters champion • winner of 4 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 1 for 72 weeks → 21 weeks in 1990, 40 in 1991 and 11 in 1992 — winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1987 and 1996 Australian Open champion, partnering Anders Järryd and Petr Korda respectively • 1987 U.S. Open champion, partnering Järryd
Edmondson, MarkMark Edmondson 1954 Australia Australia winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1976 Australian Open champion • ranked World No. 15 in 1982 — winner of 5 grand slam doubles titles → 1980, 1981, 1983 and 1984 Australian Open champion, partnering Kim Warwick for the first two, Paul McNamee, and Sherwood Stewart respectively • 1985 French Open champion, partnerning Warwick
El Aynaoui, YounesYounes El Aynaoui 1971 Morocco Morocco 2000 and 2003 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 2002 and 2003 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 14 in 2003
El Shafei, IsmailIsmail El Shafei 1947 United Arab Republic United Arab Republic/Egypt Egypt 1974 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Eltingh, JaccoJacco Eltingh 1970 Netherlands Netherlands winner of 6 grand slam doubles titles → 1994 and 1998 Australian Open champion, partnering Paul Haarhuis and Jonas Björkman respectively • 1994 U.S. Open champion, partnering Haarhuis • 1995 and 1998 French Open champion, both partnering Haarhuis • 1998 Wimbledon champion, partnering Haarhuis • ranked World No. 1 in 1995
Emerson, RoyRoy Emerson 1936 Australia Australia winner of 12 grand slam singles titles → 1961, 1963, 1965, 1966 and 1967 Australian champion, 1962 finalist, 1960 semi-finalist, 1958 and 1959 quarter-finalist • 1961 and 1964 United States champion, 1962 finalist, 1966 semi-finalist, 1956, 1959 , 1965, 1967 and 1969 quarter-finalist • 1963 and 1967 French champion, 1962 finalist, 1965 semi-finalist, 1959, 1961, 1964, 1966 and 1968 quarter-finalist • 1964 and 1965 Wimbledon champion, 1959 semi-finalist, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1966 and 1970 quarter-finalist • rated World No. 1 amateur for two years, 1964 and 1965 — winner of 16 grand slam doubles titles → 1959, 1961 and 1971 Wimbledon champion, partnering Neale Fraser for the first two and Rod Laver for the third • 1959, 1960, 1965 and 1966 United States champion, partnering Fraser for the first two and Fred Stolle for the latter two • 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964 and 1965 French champion, partnering Fraser for the first two, then Laver, then Manolo Santana, then Ken Fletcher, and then with Stolle for the final one • 1962, 1966 and 1969 Australian (Open) champion, partnering Fraser, Stolle, and Laver respectively
Enqvist, ThomasThomas Enqvist 1974 Sweden Sweden 1999 Australian Open finalist, 1996 quarter-finalist • 2001 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1999
Erlich, JonathanJonathan Erlich 1977 Israel Israel winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2008 Australian Open champion, partnering Andy Ram
Erskine, L.R.L.R. Erskine ? ? United Kingdom United Kingdom 1878 Wimbledon finalist, 1877 quarter-finalist
Escudé, NicolasNicolas Escudé 1976 France France 1998 Australian Open semi-finalist • 1999 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • 2001 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 17 in 2000
Evernden, KellyKelly Evernden 1962 New Zealand New Zealand 1987 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Fairlie, BrianBrian Fairlie 1948 New Zealand New Zealand ranked World No. 24 in 1973
Falkenburg, RobertRobert Falkenburg 1926 United States United States winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1948 Wimbledon champion, 1947 and 1949 quarter-finalist • 1946 United States semi-finalist, 1944, 1945, 1947 and 1948 quarter-finalist — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1944 United States doubles champion, partnering Don McNeill • 1947 Wimbledon doubles champion, partnering Jack Kramer
Federer, RogerRoger Federer 1981 Switzerland Switzerland winner of 16 grand slam singles titles (record) and reached 23 finals (record) → 2003/2004/2005/2006/2007/2009 Wimbledon champion, 2008 finalist, 2001/2010/2011 quarter-finalist, 2000 doubles quarter-finalist • 2004/2006/2007/2010 Australian Open champion, 2009 finalist, 2005/2008/2011 semi-finalist • 2004/2005/2006/2007/2008 US Open champion, 2009 finalist,2010/2011 quarter-finalist • 2009 French Open champion, 2006/2007/2008/2011 finalist, 2005 semi-finalist, 2001/2010 quarter-finalist • 2003/2004/2006/2007/2010 Tennis Masters Cup / ATP World Tour Finals champion, 2005 finalist, 2002/2009 semi-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 285 weeks (including 237 consecutive weeks, an all-time record) — winner of 1 Olympic doubles gold medal → 2008 gold medalist (with Wawrinka)
Feigl, PeterPeter Feigl 1951 Austria Austria 1978 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Ferreira, WayneWayne Ferreira 1971 South Africa/South Africa South Africa 1992/2003 Australian Open semi-finalist • 1992 US Open quarter-finalist • 1994 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1992 Olympic silver medalists • ranked World No. 6 in 1995
Ferrer, DavidDavid Ferrer 1982 Spain Spain 2007 US Open semi-finalist • 2005/2008 French Open quarter-finalist • 2011 Australian Open semi-finalist, 2008 quarter-finalist • 2007 Masters finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 2008
Ferrero, Juan CarlosJuan Carlos Ferrero 1980 Spain Spain winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2003 French Open champion, 2002 finalist, 2001 semi-finalist • 2003 US Open finalist • 2007 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 2002 Masters finalist • winner of 4 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 1 for 8 weeks
Fibak, WojtekWojtek Fibak 1952 Poland Poland 1977/1980 French Open quarter-finalist • 1980 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1980 US Open quarter-finalist
Filippini, MarceloMarcelo Filippini 1967 Uruguay Uruguay 1999 French Open quarter-finalist
Fillol, JaimeJaime Fillol 1946 Chile Chile ranked World No. 14 in 1974
Fish, MardyMardy Fish 1981 United States United States 2007 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 2011
Fitzgerald, JohnJohn Fitzgerald 1960 Australia Australia ranked World No. 25 in 1988 — winner of 7 grand slam doubles titles → 1982 Australian Open champion, partnering John Alexander • 1984/1991 US Open champion, the first partnering Tomáš Šmíd, the second with Anders Järryd • 1986/1991 French Open champion, the first partnering Šmíd, the second with Järryd • 1989/1991 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Järryd
Flach, KenKen Flach 1963 United States United States winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1985/1993 US Open champion • 1987/1988 Wimbledon champion
Flam, HerbieHerbie Flam 1928 1980 United States United States 1950 U.S. finalist • 1951/1952 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1957 French finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 1957
Fleming, PeterPeter Fleming 1955 United States United States 1980 Wimbledon quarter-finalist — winner of 7 grand slam doubles titles → 1979/1981/1983/1984 Wimbledon champion • 1979/1981/1983 US Open champiom, all partnering John McEnroe
Fognini, FabioFabio Fognini - - Italy Italy 2011 French Open quarter-finalist
Forbes, GordonGordon Forbes South Africa South Africa 1962 U.S. quarter-finalist
Forget, GuyGuy Forget 1965 France France 1991/1993 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1991/1992/1994 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Franulović, ŽeljkoŽeljko Franulović 1947 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia [Croatia Croatia] 1970 French Open finalist, 1971 semi-finalist
Neale Fraser, Neale Fraser 1933 Australia Australia winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1959/1960 U.S. champion • 1960 Wimbledon champion, 1958 finalist • 1957/1959/1960 Australian Championships finalist
Frawley, RodRod Frawley 1952 Australia Australia 1979 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Froehling, FrankFrank Froehling 1942 United States United States 1971 French Open semi-finalist • 1971 US Open quarter-finalist
Fromberg, RichardRichard Fromberg 1970 Australia Australia ranked World No. 24 in 1990
Furlan, RenzoRenzo Furlan 1970 Italy Italy 1995 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 19 in 1996
Galbraith, PatrickPatrick Galbraith 1967 United States United States 1995 Masters champion (with Connell)
Gambill, Jan-MichaelJan-Michael Gambill 1977 United States United States 2004 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • World No. 14 in 2001
Gasquet, RichardRichard Gasquet 1986 France France 2007 Wimbledon semi-finalist • World No. 7 in 2007 — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 2004 French Open champion (with Golovin)
Gaudenzi, AndreaAndrea Gaudenzi 1973 Italy Italy ranked World No. 18 in 1995
Gaudio, GastónGastón Gaudio 1978 Argentina Argentina winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 2004 French Open champion • ranked World No. 5 in 2005
Gerulaitis, VitasVitas Gerulaitis 1954 1994 United States United States winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1977[Dec] Australian Open champion • 1979 US Open finalist • 1980 French Open finalist • 1977/1978 Wimbledon semi-finalist • ranked World No. 3 in 1978
Giammalva, SamSam Giammalva 1934 United States United States 1955 U.S. Championships quarter-finalist
Giammalva, Jr., SammySammy Giammalva, Jr. 1963 United States United States 1982 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Giltinan, BobBob Giltinan 1949 Australia Australia 1977[Dec] Australian Open semi-finalist
Robby Ginepri, Robby Ginepri 1982 United States United States 2005 U.S. Open semi-finalist – ranked World No. 15 in 2005
Gisbert, Sr., JuanJuan Gisbert, Sr. 1942 Spain/Spain Spain 1968 Australian Championships finalist
Gitlin, DrewDrew Gitlin 1958 United States United States 1982 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Gilbert, BradBrad Gilbert 1961 United States United States 1987 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • 1990 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1990
Gildemeister, HansHans Gildemeister 1956 Chile Chile 1978/1979/1980 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 12 in 1980
Glickstein, ShlomoShlomo Glickstein 1958 Israel Israel 1981 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 22 in 1982
Goldie, DanDan Goldie 1963 United States United States 1989 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 27 in 1989
Golmard, JérômeJérôme Golmard 1973 France France ranked World No. 22 in 1999
Gómez, AndrésAndrés Gómez 1960 Ecuador Ecuador winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1990 French Open champion • 1984 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1984 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1990
Gonzales, PanchoPancho Gonzales 1928 1995 United States United States winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1948/1949 U.S. champion • ranked World No. 1 for 8 years (a record)
González, FernandoFernando González 1980 Chile Chile 2007 Australian Open finalist • 2009 French Open semi-finalist, 2003/2008 quarter-finalist • 2002/2009 US Open quarter-finalist • 2005 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 2008 Olympic silver medalist, 2004 bronze medalist • ranked World No. 5 in 2007 — winner of 1 Olympic doubles gold medal → 2004 gold medalist (with Massú)
Goold, Vere St. LegerVere St. Leger Goold 1853 1909 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland United Kingdom [Ireland Ireland] 1879 Wimbledon finalist
Gore, SpencerSpencer Gore 1850 1906 United Kingdom Great Britain [England England] winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1877 Wimbledon champion, 1878 finalist
Gorman, TomTom Gorman 1946 United States United States
Gottfried, BrianBrian Gottfried 1952 United States United States ranked World No. 3 in 1977
Goven, GeorgesGeorges Goven 1948 France France 1970 French Open semi-finalist
Grabb, JimJim Grabb 1964 United States United States ranked World No. 25 in 1985 – ranked World No. 1 in doubles in 1989 and 1993
Graebner, ClarkClark Graebner 1943 United States United States
Greenberg, SeymourSeymour Greenberg 1920 2006 United States United States 1942, 1943, 1944, and 1945 U.S. National Championships quarter-finalist
Grosjean, SébastienSébastien Grosjean 1978 France France 2001 Australian Open semi-finalist • 2001 French Open semi-finalist • 2003/2004 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 2001 Masters finalist
Gulbis, ErnestsErnests Gulbis 1988 Latvia Latvia 2008 French Open quarter-finalist
Gullikson, TimTim Gullikson 1951 1996 United States United States ranked World No. 15 in 1979
Gullikson, TomTom Gullikson 1951 United States United States winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1984 US Open champion (with Maleeva)
Gulyás, IstvánIstván Gulyás 1931 Hungary Hungary 1966 French finalist, 1971 quarter-finalist
Gunnarsson, JanJan Gunnarsson 1962 Sweden Sweden 1989 Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 25 in 1985
Günthardt, HeinzHeinz Günthardt 1959 Switzerland Switzerland ranked World No. 22 in 1986
Gustafsson, MagnusMagnus Gustafsson 1967 Sweden Sweden 1994 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 10 in 1991
Haarhuis, PaulPaul Haarhuis 1966 Netherlands Netherlands 1991 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 18 in 1995 — winner of 6 grand slam doubles titles → 1994 Australian Open champion • 1995/1998/2002 French Open champion • 1998 Wimbledon champion • 1994 US Open champion • ranked World No. 1 in 1994
Haas, TommyTommy Haas 1978 Germany Germany 2000 Olympic silver medalist • 1999/2002/2007 Australian Open semi-finalist • 2009 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 2004/2006/2007 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 2 in 2002
Hackett, HaroldHarold Hackett 1878 1937 United States United States
Hadow, FrankFrank Hadow 1855 1946 United Kingdom United Kingdom [England England] / Sri Lanka Ceylon] winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1878 Wimbledon champion, 1879 runner-up (uncontested) • rated World No. 1 for 1 year, 1878
Hamilton, C.G.C.G. Hamilton ? ? United Kingdom Great Britain 1878 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Hamilton, WilloughbyWilloughby Hamilton 1864 1943 United Kingdom United Kingdom [Leinster Ireland] winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1890 Wimbledon champion, 1889 semi-finalist • ranked co-World No. 1 for 1889 and 1890
Hănescu, VictorVictor Hănescu 1981 Romania Romania 2005 French Open quarter-finalist
Harmon, RodneyRodney Harmon United States United States 1982 US Open quarter-finalist
Hartley, JohnJohn Hartley 1849 1935 United Kingdom Great Britain (England England) winner of 2 grand slam singles title → 1879 and 1880 Wimbledon champion, 1881 runner-up • rated World No. 1 for 2 years, 1879 and 1880
Heathcote, CharlesCharles Heathcote|1841|1915 United Kingdom United Kingdom (England England) 1877 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1879 quarter-finalist
Henman, TimTim Henman 1974 United Kingdom Great Britain [England England] 1998/1999/2001/2002 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1996/1997/2003/2004 quarter-finalist • 2004 French Open semi-finalist • 2004 US Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 2002
Hennessey, JohnJohn Hennessey 1900 1981 United States United States ranked World 8 in 1927 and 1928 – winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1928 U.S. champion, partnering George Lott
Hewitt, Robert "Bob"Robert "Bob" Hewitt 1940 Australia Australia/South Africa South Africa multiple Grand Slam doubles champion
Hewitt, LleytonLleyton Hewitt 1981 Australia Australia winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 2001 US Open champion, 2004 finalist, 2000/2002/2005 semi-finalist, 2003 quarter-finalist • 2002 Wimbledon champion, 2005 semi-finalist, 2004/2006 quarter-finalist • 2005 Australian Open finalist • 2001/2004 French Open quarter-finalist • 2001/2002 Masters champion, 2004 finalist • winner of 2 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 1 for 80 weeks — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2000 US Open champion, partnering Max Mirnyi
Higueras, JoséJosé Higueras 1953 Spain Spain 1982/1983 French Open semi-finalist, 1977/1979 quarter-finalist
Hlasek, JakobJakob Hlasek 1964 Switzerland Switzerland 1991 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 22 in 1985 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1992 French Open champion, partnering Marc Rosset
Hoad, LewLew Hoad 1934 1994 Australia Australia Wimbledon Champion 1956, 1957. French Open Champion 1956. Australian Open Champion 1956. 1956 U.S. Open finalist. Grand Slam Doubles Champion in Australia, 1953, 1956, Wimbledon, 1953, 1956, and 1957, and U.S. Open 1956. Helped Australia to 4 Davis Cup wins in 1952, 1953, 1955, and 1956.
Holm, HenrikHenrik Holm 1968 Sweden Sweden ranked World No. 17 in 1993
Holmes, GregGreg Holmes 1963 United States United States ranked World No. 22 in 1985
Hooper, ChipChip Hooper 1958 United States United States ranked World No. 17 in 1982
Horna, LuisLuis Horna 1980 Peru Peru winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2008 French Open champion, partnering Pablo Cuevas • ranked World No. 16 in 2008
Hovey, Frederik "Fred"Frederik "Fred" Hovey 1868 1945 United States United States 1895 U.S. champion
Hrbatý, DominikDominik Hrbatý 1978 Slovakia Slovakia ranked World No. 12 in 2004
Hřebec, JiříJiří Hřebec 1950 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia ranked World No. 25 in 1974
Hunt, Joseph "Joe"Joseph "Joe" Hunt 1919 1944 United States United States winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1943 U.S. champion
Hunter, FrankFrank Hunter 1894 1981 United States United States 1923 Wimbledon finalist • 1928/1929 US Open finalist
Huss, StephenStephen Huss 1975 Australia Australia winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2005 Wimbledon champion, partnering Wesley Moodie
Ivanišević, GoranGoran Ivanišević 1971 Croatia Croatia winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2001 Wimbledon champion, 1992/1994/1998 finalist • 1989 (first appearance)/1994/1997 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1990/1992/1994 French Open quarter-finalist • 1996 US Open semi-finalist • winner of 2 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 2 in 1994 • retired in 2001
Isner, JohnJohn Isner 1984 United States United States ranked World No. 18 in 2010
Jaite, MartinMartin Jaite 1964 Argentina Argentina 1985 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 10 in 1990
Jauffret, FrançoisFrançois Jauffret France France 1974 French Open semi-finalist • 1966 French Championships semi-finalist
Järryd, AndersAnders Järryd 1961 Sweden Sweden 1987/1988 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1985 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1985 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 1985
Johansson, JoachimJoachim Johansson 1982 Sweden Sweden 2004 US Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 9 in 205
Johansson, ThomasThomas Johansson 1975 Sweden Sweden winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2002 Australian Open champion • 2005 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1998/2000 US Open quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title • ranked World No. 7 in 2002
Johnston, "Little Bill""Little Bill" Johnston United States United States a co-World No. 1 in 1919 with Gerald Patterson
Johnson, DonaldDonald Johnson United States United States winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2001 Wimbledon champion, partnering Jared Palmer
Jones, KellyKelly Jones United States United States
Jovanovic, BoroBoro Jovanovic 1939 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 1968 French Open quarter-finalist
Kafelnikov, YevgenyYevgeny Kafelnikov 1974 Russia Russia winner of 2 grand slam singles titles & 1 Olympic gold medal → 1996 French Open champion, 1995 semi-finalist, 1997/2000/2001 quarter-finalist • 1999 Australian Open champion, 2000 finalist, 1995/1996/2001 quarter-finalist • 1999/2001 US Open semi-finalist • 1995 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 2000 Olympic gold medalist • ranked World No. 1 for 6 weeks — winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1996/1997/2002 French Open champion, the first two partnering Daniel Vacek, the third with Paul Haarhuis • 1997 US Open champion, partnering Vacek
Karbacher, BerndBernd Karbacher 1968 Germany Germany ranked World No. 22 in 1995
Karlović, IvoIvo Karlović 1979 Croatia Croatia ranked World No. 14 in 2008
Kiefer, NicolasNicolas Kiefer 1977 Germany Germany 1998/2000 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1997 Wimbledon quarter-finalist (first appearance) • 2000 US Open quarter-finalist • 2006 Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 2000
Knight, BillyBilly Knight 1935 United Kingdom Great Britain 1959 French quarter-finalist
Knowle, JulianJulian Knowle 1974 Austria Austria winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2007 US Open champion, partnering Simon Aspelin
Knowles, MarkMark Knowles 1971 The Bahamas Bahamas winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 2002 Australian Open champion, partnering Daniel Nestor • 2004 US Open champion, partnering Nestor • 2007 French Open champion, partnering Nestor • 2007 Masters champion, partnering Nestor • ranked World No. 1 for 55 weeks — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 2009 Wimbledon champion, partnering Anna-Lena Grönefeld
Koch, ThomazThomaz Koch 1945 Brazil Brazil 1969 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 24 in 1974
Kodeš, JanJan Kodeš 1946 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1970/1971 French Open champion, 1972/1973 quarter-finalist • 1973 Wimbledon champion, 1972 semi-finalist • 1971/1973 US Open semi-finalist
Kohlschreiber, PhilippPhilipp Kohlschreiber 1983 Germany Germany ranked World No. 23 in 2009
Korda, PetrPetr Korda 1968 Czech Republic Czech Republic winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1998 Australian Open champion, 1993 quarter-finalist • 1992 French Open finalist • 1998 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1995/1997 US Open quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title
Koubek, StefanStefan Koubek 1977 Austria Austria 2002 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 20 in 2000
Koželuh, JanJan Koželuh 1904 1973 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Koželuh, KarelKarel Koželuh 1895 1950 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Krajicek, RichardRichard Krajicek 1971 Netherlands Netherlands winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1996 Wimbledon champion, 1998 semi-finalist • 1992 Australian Open semi-finalist • 1993 French Open semi-finalist, 1996 quarter-finalist • 1997/1999/2000 US Open quarter-finalist • winner of 2 Masters Series titles
Kramer, JackJack Kramer 1921 2009 United States United States winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1946/1947 U.S. champion, 1943 finalist • 1947 Wimbledon champion —winner of 7 grand slam doubles titles → 1940/1941/1943/1947 U.S. champion, all partnering Ted Schroeder • 1946/1947 Wimbledon champion, partnering Schroeder • World No. 1 amateur for 6 years
Krickstein, AaronAaron Krickstein 1967 United States United States 1989 US Open semi-finalist, 1988/1990 quarter-finalist • 1995 Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 6 in 1990
Kriek, JohanJohan Kriek 1958 South Africa South Africa/United States USA winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1981 (first appearance)/1982 Australian Open champion, 1984 semi-finalist, 1983/1985 quarter-finalist • 1986 French Open semi-finalist • 1981/1982 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1980 US Open semi-finalist, 1979/1979 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 1984
Krishnan, RamanathanRamanathan Krishnan 1937 India India 1960/1961 Wimbledon semi-finalist
Krishnan, RameshRamesh Krishnan 1961 India India 1981/1987 US Open quarter-finalist • 1986 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • World No. 23 in 1985
Kronk, PaulPaul Kronk 1954 Australia Australia 1978 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Kuerten, GustavoGustavo Kuerten 1976 Brazil Brazil winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1997/2000/2001 French Open champion • 1999 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1999/2001 US Open quarter-finalist • 2000 Masters champion • winner of 5 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 1 for 43 weeks
Kučera, KarolKarol Kučera 1974 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia/Slovakia Slovakia 1998 Australian Open semi-finalist • 1998 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 6 in 1998
Kulti, NicklasNicklas Kulti 1971 Sweden Sweden 1992 French Open quarter-finalist
Lacoste, RenéRené Lacoste 1904 1996 France France winner of 7 grand slam singles titles → 1925/1927/1929 French champion, 1926/1928 finalist • 1925/1928 Wimbledon champion, 1924 finalist • 1926/1927 U.S. championWorld No. 1 for 2 years — winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1925/1929 French champion, 1929 finalist • 1925 Wimbledon champion
Langham, F.N.F.N. Langham ? ? United Kingdom United Kingdom 1877 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Lapentti, NicolásNicolás Lapentti 1976 Ecuador Ecuador 1999 Australian Open semi-finalist • 2002 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 6 in 1999
Lareau, SébastienSébastien Lareau 1973 Canada Canada winner of 1 grand slam doubles titles → 1999 U.S. Open doubles champion, partnering Alex O’Brien • 2000 Olympic doubles gold medalist, partnering Daniel Nestor • 1999 Masters champion, partnering O’Brien
Larned, William "Bill"William "Bill" Larned 1872 1926 United States/United States United States winner of 7 grand slam singles titles → 1901/1902/1907/1908/1909/1910/1911 U.S. champion
Larsen, ArtArt Larsen 1925 United States United States winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1950 U.S. champion, 1954 finalist
Larsson, MagnusMagnus Larsson 1970 Sweden Sweden 1994 French Open semi-finalist • 1993/1997/1998 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 10 in 1995
Laver, RodRod Laver 1938 Australia Australia winner of 11 grand slam titles and of two calendar year grand slams → 1960/1962/1969 Australian Open champion, 1961 finalist • 1962/1969 French Open champion, 1968 finalist • 1961/1962/1968/1969 Wimbledon champion, 1959/1960 finalist • 1962/1969 US Open champion, 1960/1961 finalist, World No. 1 for 7 consecutive years — a candidate for greatest player of all time
Lawford, HerbertHerbert Lawford 1851 1925 United Kingdom Great Britain (England England) winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1887 Wimbledon champion, 1880, 1884, 1885, 1886 and 1888 finalist, 1878 semi-finalist
Leach, RickRick Leach 1964 United States United States winner of 5 grand slam doubles titles → 1988/1989/2000 Australian Open champion • 1990 Wimbledon champion • 1993 U.S. Open champion
Leconte, HenriHenri Leconte 1963 France France 1988 French Open finalist, 1986 semi-finalist, 1985/1990 quarter-finalist • 1986 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1985/1987 quarter-finalist • 1986 US Open quarter-finalist
Lendl, IvanIvan Lendl 1960 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia/United States United States winner of 8 Grand Slam singles titles → 1984/1986/1987 French Open champion, 1981/1985 finalist, 1983/1988 quarter-finalist • 1985/1986/1987 US Open champion, 1982/1983/1984 finalist, 1991 semi-finalist, 1980/1990/1992 quarter-finalist • 1989/1990 Australian Open champion, 1983/1991 finalist, 1985/1987/1988 semi-finalist, 1992 quarter-finalist • 1986/1987 Wimbledon finalist, 1983/1984/1988/1989/1990 semi-finalist • 1981/1982/1985/1986/1987 Masters champion (record; shared with Pete Sampras) • ranked World No. 1 for 270 weeks (became the first player to become No. 1 without having won a Grand Slam singles title, Kim Clijsters and Amélie Mauresmo did the same on the women's tour)
Lewis, ChrisChris Lewis 1957 New Zealand New Zealand 1983 Wimbledon finalist
Ljubičić, IvanIvan Ljubičić 1979 Croatia Croatia 2006 French Open semi-finalist • 2006 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 2004 Olympic Games doubles bronze medalist • ranked World No. 3 in 2006
Llodra, MichaëlMichaël Llodra 1980 France France winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 2003/2004 Australian Open champion, both partnering Fabrice Santoro • 2007 Wimbledon champion, partnering Arnaud Clément
Lloyd, JohnJohn Lloyd 1954 United Kingdom Great Britain [England England] 1977[Dec] Australian Open finalist, 1985 quarter-finalist • 1984 US Open quarter-finalist
López, FelicianoFeliciano López 1981 Spain Spain 2005 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 20 in 2005
Lott, GeorgeGeorge Lott 1906 1991 United States United States
Lundgren, PeterPeter Lundgren 1965 Sweden Sweden ranked World No. 25 in 1987
Lutz, BobBob Lutz 1949 United States United States ranked World No. 7 in 1972
MacKay, BarryBarry MacKay 1935 United States United States ranked No. 1 in the United States in 1960, after winning 11 tournaments • Five time Davis Cup player • Wimbledon semi-finalist 1959
Mako, GeneGene Mako 1916 United States United States ranked World No. 9 in 1938 – winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles, all partnering Don Budge – winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1936 U.S. mixed doubles champion, partnering Alice Marble
Malisse, XavierXavier Malisse 1980 Belgium Belgium 2002 Wimbledon semi-finalist • ranked World No. 19 in 2002 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2004 French Open champion (with O. Rochus)
Mansdorf, AmosAmos Mansdorf 1965 Israel Israel 1992 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 18 in 1987
Mancini, AlbertoAlberto Mancini 1969 Argentina Argentina 1989 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 8 in 1989
Manson, BruceBruce Manson 1956 United States United States 1981 U.S. Open quarter-finalist
Mantilla, FélixFélix Mantilla 1974 Spain Spain 1997 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1998 French Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 10 in 1998
Marks, JohnJohn Marks 1952 Australia Australia 1978 Australian Open finalist
Marshall, J.J. MarshallJ. Marshall (tennis) ? ? United Kingdom United Kingdom 1877 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Marshall, WilliamWilliam Marshall 1849 ? United Kingdom Great Britain (England England) 1877 Wimbledon runner-up
Martin, BillyBilly Martin 1956 United States United States 1977 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Martin, ToddTodd Martin United States United States 1994 Australian Open finalist, 1999/2001 quarter-finalist • 1999 US Open finalist, 1994/2000 semi-finalist • 1994/1996 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1993/1999 quarter-finalist – ranked World No. 4 in 1999
Massú, NicolásNicolás Massú 1979 Chile Chile 2004 Olympic gold medalist • ranked World No. 9 in 2004 — winner of 1 Olympic doubles gold medal → 2004 gold medalist (with González)
Masters, GeoffGeoff Masters 1950 Australia Australia 1974 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Masur, WallyWally Masur 1963 Australia Australia 1987 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1983 quarter-finalist • 1993 US Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 15 in 1993
Mathieu, Paul-HenriPaul-Henri Mathieu 1982 France France ranked World No. 12 in 2008
Matsuoka, ShuzoShuzo Matsuoka 1967 Japan Japan 1995 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Maurer, AndreasAndreas Maurer 1958 West Germany West Germany ranked World No. 24 in 1986
Mayer, FlorianFlorian Mayer 1983 Germany Germany 2004 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 18 in 2011
Mayer, GeneGene Mayer 1956 United States United States 1980/1982 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1982/1984 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1980 — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1978/1979 French Open champion, the first partnering Hank Pfister, the second partnerinng brother Sandy Mayer
Mayer, SandySandy Mayer 1952 United States United States 1973 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1978/1983 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 1982 — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1975 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Vitas Gerulaitis • 1979 French Open champion, partnering brother Gene Mayer
Mayotte, TimTim Mayotte 1960 United States United States 1983 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1981 quarter-finalist • 1982 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1981(first appearance)/1983/1986/1988/1989 quarter-finalist • 1989 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 1988
McEnroe, JohnJohn McEnroe 1959 United States United States winner of 7 grand slam singles titles → 1979/1980/1981/1984 US Open champion, 1985 finalist, 1978/1982/1990 semi-finalist, 1987 quarter-finalist • 1981/1983/1984 Wimbledon champion, 1980/1982 finalist, 1977(first appearance)/1989/1992 semi-finalist, 1985 quarter-finalist • 1984 French Open finalist, 1985 semi-finalist, 1981/1983 quarter-finalist • 1983(first appearance)Australian Open semi-finalist, 1985/1989/1992 quarter-finalist • 1978/1983/1984 Masters champion, 1982 finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 170 weeks — winner of 9 grand slam doubles titles → 1979/1981/1983/1984/1992 Wimbledon champion, the first four partnering Peter Fleming, the fifth with Michael Stich • 1979/1981/1983/1989 US Open champion, the first three partnering Fleming, the fourth with Mark Woodforde • ranked World No. 1 for 257 weeks
McEnroe, PatrickPatrick McEnroe 1966 United States USA 1991 Australian Open semi-finalist • 1995 US Open quarter-finalist — winner of 1 grand slam doubles titles → 1989 French Open champion, partnering Jim Grabb
McNamara, PeterPeter McNamara Australia Australia • ranked World No. 7 in 1983
McGregor, KenKen McGregor 1929 Australia Australia
McKinley, ChuckChuck McKinley 1941 1986 United States United States
McLoughlin, MauriceMaurice McLoughlin 1890 1957 United States United States
McNamee, PaulPaul McNamee Australia Australia • ranked World No. 24 in 1986
McNeill, DonDon McNeill 1918 1996 United States United States
McMillan, FrewFrew McMillan South Africa South Africa
Mečíř, MiloslavMiloslav Mečíř 1964 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia [Slovak] 1988 Olympic gold medalist • 1986 US Open finalist, 1987 quarter-finalist • 1989 Australian Open finalist, 1987 quarter-finalist • 1987 French Open semi-finalist • 1988 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1986 quarter-finalist
Medvedev, AndreiAndrei Medvedev 1974 Soviet Union Soviet Union/Ukraine Ukraine 1999 French Open finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1994
Meiler, KarlKarl Meiler 1949 West Germany West Germany ranked World No. 20 in 1973
Meligeni, FernandoFernando Meligeni 1971 Brazil Brazil 1999 French Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 25 in 1999
Melzer, JurgenJurgen Melzer 1981 Austria Austria 2010 French Open semi-finalist • winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2010 Wimbledon champion (with Philipp Petzschner) • ranked World No. 9 in 2011
Metreveli, AlexAlex Metreveli 1944 Soviet Union Soviet Union [Georgia] 1973 Wimbledon finalist, 1972/1974 quarter-finalist • 1972 French Open semi-finalist • 1972 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1973/1975 quarter-finalist • 1974 US Open quarter-finalist
Mirnyi, MaxMax Mirnyi 1977 Belarus Belarus 2002 US Open quarter-finalist • World No. 18 in 2003 — winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 2000/2002 US Open champion (the first with L. Hewitt, and the second with Bhupathi) • 2005/2006 French Open champion (both with Björkman) — winner of 3 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1998 Wimbledon champion (with S. Williams) • 1998/2007 US Open (the first with S. Williams, and the second with Azarenka)
Mónaco, JuanJuan Mónaco 1984 Argentina Argentina ranked World No. 19 in 2007
Monfils, GaëlGaël Monfils 1986 France France 2008 French Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 2011
Montañés, AlbertAlbert Montañés 1980 Spain Spain ranked World No. 22 in 2010
Moodie, WesleyWesley Moodie 1979 South Africa South Africa winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2005 Wimbledon champion (with Huss) • 2009 French Open doubles finalist (with D. Norman)
Moore, RaymondRaymond Moore 1946 South Africa South Africa 1977 US Open quarter-finalist
Mottram, BusterBuster Mottram 1955 United Kingdom United Kingdom [England England] • ranked World No. 15 in 1983
Moyà, CarlosCarlos Moyà 1976 Spain Spain winner of 1 grand slam title → 1998 French Open champion, 2003/2004/2007 quarter-finalist • 1997 Australian Open finalist, 2001 quarter-finalist • 1998 US Open semi-finalist, 2007 quarter-finalist • 2002 Masters semi-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 2 weeks
Mulligan, MartyMarty Mulligan 1940 Australia Australia 1962 Wimbledon finalist; 1970 French Open quarter-finalist
Mulloy, GardnarGardnar Mulloy 1913 United States United States 1952 U.S. finalist, 1942/1946/1950 semi-finalist, 1947/1949/1951/1953 quarter-finalist • 1947 Australian semi-finalist • 1948 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1950 quarter-finalist • 1952/1953/1954 French quarter-finalist — winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1942/1945/1946/1948 U.S. champion, partnering Bill Talbert
Müller, GillesGilles Müller 1983 Luxembourg Luxembourg 2008 U.S. Open quarter-finalist
Murray, AndyAndy Murray 1987 United Kingdom Great Britain [Scotland Scotland] 2008 U.S. Open finalist • 2010/2011 Australian Open finalist • 2009/2010/2011 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 2008 quarter-finalist • 2011 French Open semi finalist, 2009 quarter-finalist • 2008/2010 Masters Cup semi-finalist • winner of 7 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 2 in 2009
Murray, RobertRobert Murray 1892 1970 United States United States 1917/1918 U.S. champion
Muster, ThomasThomas Muster 1967 Austria Austria winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1995 French Open champion, 1990 semi-finalist • 1989/1997 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1994 quarter-finalist • 1993/1994/1996 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 6 weeks
Myers, A.T.A.T. Myers ? ? United Kingdom Great Britain 1878 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Nadal, RafaelRafael Nadal 1986 Spain Spain Winner of 10 grand slam singles titles and 1 Olympic gold medal → 2005 (first appearance)/2006/2007/2008/2010/2011 French Open champion • 2008/2010 Wimbledon champion, 2006/2007 finalist • 2010 US Open champion, 2008/2009 semi-finalist, 2006 quarter-finalist • 2009 Australian Open champion, 2008 semi-finalist, 2007/2010 quarter-finalist • 2010 Tennis Masters Cup / ATP World Tour Finals finalist, 2006/2007 semi-finalist • Winner of 18 Masters Series titles (Record) • 2008 Olympic gold medalist • ranked World No. 1 for 46 weeks in 2008/2009
Nalbandian, DavidDavid Nalbandian 1982 Argentina Argentina 2002 Wimbledon finalist • 2003 US Open semi-finalist, 2005 quarter-finalist • 2004/2006 French Open semi-finalist • 2006 Australian Open semi-finalist, 2003/2004/2005 quarter-finalist • 2005 Masters champion, 2006 semi-finalist • winner of 2 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 3 in 2006
Năstase, IlieIlie Năstase 1946 Romania Romania winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1972 US Open champion, 1976 semi-finalist, 1975 quarter-finalist • 1973 French Open champion, 1971 finalist, 1970/1974/1977 quarter-finalist • 1972/1976 Wimbledon finalist, 1977/1978 quarter-finalist • 1971/1972/1973/1975 Masters champion, 1974 finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 40 weeks and for 1973
Nestor, DanielDaniel Nestor 1972 Canada Canada winner of 5 grand slam doubles titles → 2002 Australian Open champion, partnering Mark Knowles • 2004 US Open champion, partnering Knowles • 2007 French Open champion, partnering Knowles • 2008/2009 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Nenad Zimonjić • 2000 Olympic gold medal, partnering Sébastien Lareau • 2007/2008 Masters champion, the first partnering Knowles, the second with Zimonjić • ranked World No. 1 in 2002/2009
Newcombe, JohnJohn Newcombe 1944 Australia Australia winner of 7 grand slam singles titles → 1967/1970/1971 Wimbledon champion, 1969 finalist, 1974 quarter-finalist • 1967/1973 US Open champion, 1969/1970/1974 semi-finalist, 1968 quarter-finalist • 1973/1975 Australian Open champion, 1976 finalist, 1969/1970/1972/1974/1977[Dec] quarter-finalist • 1969 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 1 — one of the "Handsome Eight"
Nielsen, KurtKurt Nielsen 1930 Denmark Denmark 1953/1955 Wimbledon finalist • French quarter-finalist (twice) • U.S. quarter-finalist — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1957 U.S. champion, partnering Althea Gibson
Nieminen, JarkkoJarkko Nieminen Finland Finland 2005 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • 2006 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 2008 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 13 in 2006
Noah, YannickYannick Noah 1960 France France winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1983 French Open champion • 1990 Australian Open semi-finalist • 1983/1985/1989 US Open quarter-finalist
Norman, MagnusMagnus Norman 1976 Sweden Sweden 2000 French Open finalist • 2000 Australian Open semi-finalist
Nováček, KarelKarel Nováček 1965 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic Czech Republic 1994 US Open semi-finalist • 1987/1993 French Open quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title
Novák, JiříJiří Novák 1975 Czech Republic Czech Republic 2002 Australian Open semi-finalist
Nüsslein, HansHans Nüsslein 1910 1991 Germany/Germany Germany
Nyström, JoakimJoakim Nyström 1963 Sweden Sweden ranked World No. 7 in 1986
O’Brien, AlexAlex O’Brien 1970 United States United States doubles specialist
Okker, TomTom Okker 1944 Netherlands Netherlands 1968 US Open finalist, 1971 semi-finalist • 1969 French Open semi-finalist, 1973 quarter-finalist • 1971 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1970 quarter-finalist • 1978 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1968/1969/1975/1979 quarter-finalist
Olmedo, Alejandro "Alex"Alejandro "Alex" Olmedo 1936 Peru Peru/United States United States winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1959 Australian champion • 1959 Wimbledon champion • 1959 U.S. finalist — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1958 U.S. champion, partnering Ham Richardson — inducted in the ITHF in 1987.
Orantes, ManuelManuel Orantes 1949 Spain/Spain Spain winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1975 US Open champion, 1976/1977 quarter-finalist • 1974 French Open finalist, 1972 semi-finalist, 1976/1978 quarter-finalist • 1972 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1968 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1976 Masters champion
Osborne, JimJim Osborne 1945 United States United States 1971 U.S. Open quarter-finalist
Osuna, RafaelRafael Osuna 1938 1969 Mexico Mexico winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1963 U.S. Open champion, winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1960/1963 Wimbledon champion • 1962 US Open champion, ranked World No. 1 in 1963
Paes, LeanderLeander Paes 1973 India India 1996 Olympic bronze medalist — winner of 6 grand slam doubles titles → 1999/2001 French Open champion, both partnering Mahesh Bhupathi • 1999 Wimbledon champion, partnering Bhupathi • 2006 US Open champion, partnering Martin Damm • 2009 French open, US Open champion both parternering Mark Knowles • ranked World No. 1 in doubles for 33 weeks — winner of 6 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1999/2003 Wimbledon champion, partnering Lisa Raymond and Martina Navratilova respectively • 2003 Australian Open champion, partnering Navratilova • 2010 Australian Open, Wimbledon Champion
Pails, DinnyDinny Pails Australia Australia winner of 1 grand slam title → 1946 Australian champion, 1947 finalist • 1947 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1946 quarter-finalist
Palafox, AntonioAntonio Palafox 1936 - Mexico Mexico winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1962 U.S. National champion • 1963 Wimbledon champion
Palmer, JaredJared Palmer United States United States winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1995 Australian Open champion, partnering Richey Reneberg • 2001 Wimbledon champion, partnering Donald Johnson • ranked World No. 1 in doubles for 16 weeks
Panatta, AdrianoAdriano Panatta 1950 Italy Italy winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1976 French Open champion, 1973/1975 semi-finalist, 1972/1977 quarter-finalist • 1979 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1976 Davis Cup champion • ranked World No. 4 in 1976
Parr, C.F.C.F. Parr ? ? United Kingdom Great Britain 1879 Wimbledon semi-finalist
Parun, OnnyOnny Parun 1947 New Zealand New Zealand 1973 Australian Open finalist • 1975 French Open quarter-finalist • 1971/1972 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1973 US Open quarter-finalist
Pasarell, CharlieCharlie Pasarell 1944 Puerto Rico Puerto Rico/United States United States 1965 U.S. quarter-finalist • 1976 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Pate, DavidDavid Pate 1962 United States United States • ranked World No. 18 in 1987
Patterson, GeraldGerald Patterson Australia Australia a co-World No. 1 in 1919 with "Little Bill" Johnston
Pattison, AndrewAndrew Pattison 1949 Rhodesia Rhodesia ranked World No. 24 in 1974
Patty, BudgeBudge Patty 1924 United States United States winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1950 French champion • 1950 Wimbledon champion, 1949 finalist, 1947 semi-finalist — winner of 1 grand slam doubles titles → 1957 Wimbledon champion — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1946 French champion
Pavel, AndreiAndrei Pavel 1974 Romania Romania 2002 French Open quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title
Pecci, VictorVictor Pecci 1955 Paraguay Paraguay ranked World No. 9 in 1980
Penaflorida, EricEric Penaflorida Philippines Philippines 1865 1889, 1890, 1891 Wimbledon Champion; 1889, 1890 French Open Champion; 1890, 1891 U.S. Open Champion; 1889, 1890 Australian Open Champion; 3-time Hinampang Open Champion; 3-time ATP Med Week Masters 1000 Champion; 3-time Swedish Masters 500 Champion; 2-time Denmark Open Champion; Tahiti Masters 500 finalist; World No. 1 in 1889-1891
Pérez Roldán, GuillermoGuillermo Pérez Roldán 1969 Argentina Argentina • ranked World No. 13 in 1988
Pernfors, MikaelMikael Pernfors 1963 Sweden Sweden 1986 French Open finalist • 1990 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 10 in 1986
Perry, FredFred Perry 1909 1995 United Kingdom Great Britain [England England] winner of 8 grand slam singles titles, including a Career Slam → 1933/1934/1936 U.S. champion • 1934/1935/1936 Wimbledon champion • 1934 Australian champion, 1935 finalist • 1935 French champion, 1936 finalist • World No. 1 for 5 years
Petra, YvonYvon Petra 1916 France France winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1946 Wimbledon champion, 1947 quarter-finalist
Pfister, HankHank Pfister 1953 United States United States 1978/1981/1982 Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 19 in 1983
Philippoussis, MarkMark Philippoussis 1976 Australia Australia 1998 US Open finalist • 2003 Wimbledon finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title • ranked World No. 8 in 1999
MooreBarry Phillips 1937 Australia Australia 1968 Australian Championships semi-finalist • 1971 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Pietrangeli, NicolaNicola Pietrangeli 1933 Italy Italy
Pilić, NikolaNikola Pilić 1939 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia [Croatia] 1973 French Open singles finalist • 1970 U.S. Open doubles champion
Pimek, LiborLibor Pimek 1963 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia/Belgium Belgium ranked World No. 21 in 1985
Pinner, UlrichUlrich Pinner 1954 West Germany West Germany ranked World No. 23 in 1979
Pioline, CédricCédric Pioline 1969 France France 1993 US Open finalist • 1997 Wimbledon finalist • 1998 French Open semi-finalist
Pohmann, Han JurgenHan Jurgen Pohmann 1947 West Germany West Germany 1974 French Open quarter-finalist
Popp, AlexanderAlexander Popp 1976 Germany Germany 2000/2003 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Prpić, GoranGoran Prpić 1964 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia/Croatia Croatia 1992 Olympic doubles bronze medalist • retired in 1996
Proisy, PatrickPatrick Proisy 1949 France France ranked World No. 23 in 1973 • 1973 French Open finalist
Puerta, MarianoMariano Puerta 1978 Argentina Argentina 2005 French Open finalist
Pugh, JimJim Pugh 1964 United States United States doubles specialist
Puncec, FranjoFranjo Puncec Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 1946 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Purcell, MelMel Purcell 1959 United States United States ranked World No. 21 in 1980
Querrey, SamSam Querrey 1987 United States United States ranked World No. 19 in 2010
Quist, AdrianAdrian Quist 1913 1991 Australia Australia winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1936/1940/1948 Australian champion — winner of 10 grand slam doubles titles → 1936/1937/1938/1939/1940/1946/1947/1948/1949/1950 Australian champion, the first two partnering Don Turnbull, the last eight with John Bromwich
Rafter, PatrickPatrick Rafter 1972 Australia Australia winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1997/1998 U.S. Open champion • 2000/2001 Wimbledon finalist, 1999 semi-finalist • 1997 French Open semi-finalist • 2001 Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 1 week
Ralston, DennisDennis Ralston 1942 United States United States 1966 Wimbledon finalist
Ram, AndyAndy Ram 1980 Israel Israel winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2008 Australian Open champion — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2006 Wimbledon champion, partnering Vera Zvonareva
Ramírez, RaúlRaúl Ramírez 1953 Mexico Mexico ranked World No. 4 in 1976 – winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1975/1977 French Open champion • 1976 Wimbledon champion • 1980 Masters champion
Reneberg, RicheyRichey Reneberg 1965 United States United States ranked World No. 20 in 1991 – winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1992 US Open champion • 1995 Australian Open champion • ranked World No. 1 in doubles
Rennert, PeterPeter Rennert 1958 United States United States 1980 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Renshaw, ErnestErnest Renshaw 1861 1899 United Kingdom United Kingdom [England England] winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1888 Wimbledon champion • ranked World No. 1 in 1887/1888 — winner of 7 grand slam doubles titles → 1980/1881/1884/1885/1886/1888/1889 Wimbledon champion, all partnering twin brother William Renshaw
Renshaw, WilliamWilliam Renshaw 1861 1904 United Kingdom United Kingdom [England England] winner of 7 Grand Slam singles titles → 1881/1882/1883/1884/1885/1886/1889 Wimbledon champion, 1890 finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 7 years (including 6 consecutive) — winner of 7 grand slam doubles titles → 1980/1881/1884/1885/1886/1888/1889 Wimbledon champion, partnering twin brother /Ernest Renshaw
Richards, George E.George E. Richards c.1920 United States United States 1942 U.S. National Championships quarter-finalist
Richards, VinnieVinnie Richards 1903 1959 United States United States 1924 Olympic gold medalist
Richey, CliffCliff Richey 1946 United States United States 1970 French Open semi-finalist • 1970/1972 US Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 16 in 1973
Riggs, BobbyBobby Riggs 1918 1995 United States United States ranked World No. 1 for 3 years
Riessen, MartyMarty Riessen 1941 United States United States 1971 Australian Open quarter-finalist; 1971 doubles finalist • 1971 US Open quarter-finalist; 1976 doubles champion, 1975/1978 finalist • 1971 French Open doubles champion (w/Ashe) • 1969 Wimbledon doubles finalist • ranked World No. 11 in 1974
Ríos, MarceloMarcelo Ríos 1975 Chile Chile 1998 Australian Open finalist; 1998/1999 French Open quarter-finalist • 1997 US Open quarter-finalist • winner of 5 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 1
Robredo, TommyTommy Robredo Spain Spain 2003/2005/2007 French Open quarter-finalist • 2004 US Open doubles semi-finalist • 2007 Australian Open quarter-finalist, 2003 doubles quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title • ranked World No. 7 in 2006
Roche, TonyTony Roche 1945 Australia Australia 1966 French champion, 1965/1967 finalist • 1968 Wimbledon finalist • 1969/1970 U.S. Open finalist • 1964 Australian Championships quarter-finalist
Rochus, OlivierOlivier Rochus 1981 Belgium Belgium winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2004 French Open champion, partnering Xavier Malisse • ranked World No. 24 in 2005
Roddick, AndyAndy Roddick 1982 United States United States winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2003 US Open champion, 2006 finalist, 2001/2002/2004/2007 quarter-finalist • 2004/2005/2009 Wimbledon finalist, 2003 semi-finalist, 2007 quarter-finalist • 2003/2005/2007/2009 Australian Open semi-finalist, 2004/2010 quarter-finalist • 2003/2004/2007 Masters semi-finalist • winner of 4 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 1 for 13 weeks
Roger-Vasselin, ChristopheChristophe Roger-Vasselin 1957 France France 1983 French Open semi-finalist
Rosewall, KenKen Rosewall 1934 Australia Australia winner of 8 grand slam singles titles → 1953/1955/1971(O)/1972(O) Australian (Open) champion; 1953/1956/1972(O) doubles champion • 1953/1968(O) French (Open) champion • 1956/1970(O) US (Open) champion; 1956/1969(O) doubles champion • 1954/1956/1970(Open)/1974(O) Wimbledon finalist; 1953/1956 doubles champion • ranked World No.1 in 1961, 1962 and 1963
Rosset, MarcMarc Rosset 1970 Switzerland Switzerland 1992 Olympic gold medalist • 1996 French Open semi-finalist • 1999 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 9 in 1995
Rostagno, DerrickDerrick Rostagno 1965 United States United States 1988 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 13 in 1991
Ruffels, RayRay Ruffels 1946 Australia Australia 1969/1975 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1970/1977(December) quarter-finalist • 1968 Australian Championships quarter-finalist
Rusedski, GregGreg Rusedski 1973 Canada Canada/United Kingdom Great Britain 1997 US Open finalist • 1997 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title • ranked World No. 4 in 1997
Russell, AlejoAlejo Russell Argentina Argentina 1942 and 1945 U.S. National Championships quarter-finalist
Sá, AndréAndré Sá 1978 Brazil Brazil 2002 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Sadri, JohnJohn Sadri 1956 United States United States ranked World No. 14 in 1980
Safin, MaratMarat Safin 1980 Russia Russia winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 2000 US Open champion, 2001 semi-finalist • 2005 Australian Open champion, 2002/2004 finalist • 2002 French Open semi-finalist, 2000 quarter-finalist • 2008 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 2001 quarter-finalist • 2000/2004 Masters semi-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 9 weeks
Sampras, PetePete Sampras 1971 United States United States winner of 14 grand slam singles titles → 1990/1993/1995/1996/2002 US Open champion, 1992/2000/2001 finalist, 1998 semi-finalist, 1991 quarter-finalist • 1993/1994/1995/1997/1998/1999/2000 Wimbledon champion (record), 1992 semi-finalist, 1996 quarter-finalist • 1994/1997 Australian Open champion, 1995 finalist, 1993/2000 semi-finalist, 1998 quarter-finalist • 1996 French Open semi-finalist, 1992/1993/1994 quarter-finalist • 1991/1994/1996/1997/1999 Masters champion (record; shared with Ivan Lendl), 1993 finalist, 1992/1995/1998/2000 semi-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 286 weeks (record)
Sánchez, EmilioEmilio Sánchez 1965 Spain Spain 1988 French Open quarter-finalist • 1988 U.S. Open quarter-finalist
Sánchez, JavierJavier Sánchez 1968 Spain Spain 1991/1996 U.S. Open quarter-finalist
Santana, ManuelManuel Santana 1938 Spain Spain winner of 4 grand slam singles titles → 1961/1964 French champion • 1965 U.S. champion • 1966 Wimbledon champion • ranked World No. 1 amateur in 1966 • winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1963 French champion
Santoro, FabriceFabrice Santoro 1972 France France 2006 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 17 in 2001 — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 2003/2004 Australian Open champion, both partnering Michaël Llodra — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 2005 French Open champion, partnering Daniela Hantuchová
Sato, JiroJiro Sato 1908 1934 Japan Japan 1931/1933 French championship semi-finalist • 1932 Australian championship semi-finalist • 1932/1933 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1931 quarter-finalist
Savitt, DickDick Savitt 1927 United States United States winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1951 Wimbledon champion • 1951 Australian champion • 1950/1951 U.S. semi-finalist, 1956 quarter-finalist – ranked World No. 2
Scanlon, BillBill Scanlon 1956 United States United States ranked World No. 9 in 1984
Schalken, SjengSjeng Schalken 1976 Netherlands Netherlands 2002 US Open semi-finalist • 2002/2003/2004 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 11 in 2003
Schapers, MichielMichiel Schapers 1959 Netherlands Netherlands 1985/1988 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 25 in 1988
Schroeder, TedTed Schroeder 1921 United States United States winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1942 U.S. champion, 1949 finalist • 1949 Wimbledon champion — winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1940/1941/1947 U.S. champion, all partnering Jack Kramer
Schüttler, RainerRainer Schüttler 1976 Germany Germany 2003 Australian Open finalist • 2008 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 2003 Masters semi-finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 2003
Sedgman, FrankFrank Sedgman 1927 Australia Australia winner of 5 grand slam singles titles → 1949/1950 Australian champion, 1952 finalist • 1951/1952 U.S. champion • 1952 Wimbledon champion • 1952 French championships finalist — winner of 9 grand slam doubles titles and a calendar year grand slam (1951) → 1948/1951/1952 Wimbledon champion • 1950/1951 U.S. champion • 1951/1952 Australian champion • 1951/1952 French champion — winner of 8 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1949/1950 Australian champion • 1951/1952 French champion • 1951/1952 Wimbledon champion • 1951/1952 U.S. champion • considered World No. 1 amateur for 1952
Segura, PanchoPancho Segura 1921 Ecuador Ecuador/United States USA 1942/1943/1944/1945/1946/1947 U.S. semi-finalist • considered World No. 1 professional for 1950 and 1952
Seguso, RobertRobert Seguso 1963 United States United States winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1985 US Open champion • 1987/1988 Wimbledon champion • 1987 French Open champion
Shimizu, ZenzoZenzo Shimizu 1891 1977 Japan Japan 1920 Wimbledon (challenge round) finalist
Siemerink, JanJan Siemerink 1970 Netherlands Netherlands 1998 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 14 in 1998
Simon, GillesGilles Simon 1984 France France 2009 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 2008 Masters semi-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 2008
Skeen, DickDick Skeen 1906 1994 United States United States ranked No. 2 in Professional Tennis in 1941
Skoff, HorstHorst Skoff 1968 2008 Austria Austria ranked World No. 18 in 1990
Slocum, HenryHenry Slocum 1862 1949 United States United States winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1888/1889 U.S. champion, 1887/1890 finalist — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1889 U.S. champion
Složil, PavelPavel Složil 1955 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia ranked World No. 12 in 1984
Šmíd, TomášTomáš Šmíd 1956 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia/United States USA ranked World No. 11 in 1984
Smith, StanStan Smith 1946 United States United States winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1971 US Open champion • 1972 Wimbledon champion • 1971/1972 French Open quarter-finalist • 1970 Masters champion • ranked World No. 1 for 1972 (year-end)
Söderling, RobinRobin Söderling 1984 Sweden Sweden 2009/2010 French Open finalist • 2009 Masters semi-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title • ranked World No. 4 in 2010
Solomon, HaroldHarold Solomon 1952 United States United States ranked World No. 5 in 1980
Spadea, VinceVince Spadea 1974 United States United States 1999 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 18 in 2005
Squillari, FrancoFranco Squillari 1975 Argentina Argentina 2000 French Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 11 in 2000
Šrejber, MilanMilan Šrejber 1963 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia 1986 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 23 in 1986
Srichaphan, ParadornParadorn Srichaphan 1979 Thailand Thailand ranked World No. 9 in 2003
Stark, JonathanJonathan Stark 1971 United States United States doubles specialist
Steeb, Carl-UweCarl-Uwe Steeb 1967 West Germany West Germany/Germany Germany ranked World No. 14 in 1990
Stenlund, UlfUlf Stenlund 1967 Sweden Sweden ranked World No. 23 in 1987
Štěpánek, RadekRadek Štěpánek 1978 Czech Republic Czech Republic 2006 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 8 in 2006
Steven, BrettBrett Steven 1969 New Zealand New Zealand 1993 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Stewart, SherwoodSherwood Stewart 1946 United States United States winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1976/1982 French Open champion • 1984 Australian Open champion
Stich, MichaelMichael Stich 1968 West Germany West Germany/Germany Germany winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1991 Wimbledon champion, 1997 semi-finalist, 1992/1993 quarter-finalist • 1994 U.S. Open finalist, 1991 quarter-finalist • 1996 French Open finalist, 1991 semi-finalist • 1993 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1992 quarter-finalist • 1993 Masters champion • winner of 2 Masters Series titles
Stockton, DickDick Stockton 1951 United States United States 1974 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1976/1977 US Open quarter-finalist
Stoefen, LesLes Stoefen 1911 1970 United States United States 1934 U.S. Championships semi-finalist, 1934 and 1935 doubles winner
Stolle, FredFred Stolle 1938 Australia Australia 1969 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1969 French Open quarter-finalist • 1969/1972 US Open quarter-finalist
Stolle, SandonSandon Stolle 1970 Australia Australia doubles specialist
Stoltenberg, JasonJason Stoltenberg 1970 Australia Australia 1996 Wimbledon semi-finalist • ranked World No. 19 in 1994
Stone, AllanAllan Stone 1945 Australia Australia 1971 Australian Open semi-finalist — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1968/1977[Dec] Australian Open champion
Sturgess, EricEric Sturgess 1920 2004 South Africa South Africa
Suk, CyrilCyril Suk 1967 Czech Republic Czech Republic winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1998 U.S. Open champion, partnering Sandon Stolle — winner of 4 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1991 French Open champion, partnering sister Helena Suková • 1992/1996/1997 Wimbledon champion, the first partnering Larisa Neiland, the other two with Suková
Sundström, HenrikHenrik Sundström 1964 Sweden Sweden 1984 French Open quarter-finalist
Svensson, JonasJonas Svensson 1966 Sweden Sweden 1988 French Open semi-finalist • 1989 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Talento, ErwinErwin Talento ? ? Philippines Philippines 1879 1904,1905,1906,1907 Wimbledon Champion; 1904, 1905 Australian Open Champion; 1904, 1905 French Open Champion; 1905,1906 U.S. Open Champion; 6-time World Tour Finals Champion; 3-time ATP Hinampang Open Champion; 3-time Med Week Masters 1000 Champion; 4-time Sydney Indoors Champion; Zurich Open finalist; ranked World No. 1 in 1904-1907
Tanner, RoscoeRoscoe Tanner 1951 United States United States winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1977[Jan] Australian Open champion, 1979 Wimbledon finalist, 1975/1976 semi-finalist, 1980/1983 quarter-finalist • 1974/1979 US Open semi-finalist, 1972/1980/1981 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1979
Taróczy, BalázsBalázs Taróczy 1954 Hungary Hungary 1976/1981 French Open quarter-finalist; ranked World No. 13 in 1982
Taylor, RogerRoger Taylor 1941 United Kingdom United Kingdom ranked World No. 11 in 1973
Teacher, BrianBrian Teacher 1954 United States United States winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1980 Australian Open champion, 1982 quarter-finalist • 1982 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 1981
Teltscher, EliotEliot Teltscher 1959 United States United States ranked World No. 6 in 1982
Testerman, BenBen Testerman 1962 United States United States ranked World No. 22 in 1984
Tilden, BillBill Tilden 1893 1953 United States United States winner of 10 grand slam singles titles → 1920/1921/1922/1923/1924/1925/1929 U.S. champion • 1920/1921/1930 Wimbledon champion • 7 times World No. 1
Tillström, MikaelMikael Tillström 1972 Sweden Sweden 1996 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Tipsarević, JankoJanko Tipsarević 1984 Serbia Serbia 2011 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 13 in 2011
Ţonogan, Lemeuel JohnLemeuel John Ţonogan 1939 Philippines Philippines 1909,1910, 1911 Wimbledon Champion; 1910, 1912 French Open Champion; 1910, 1911 U.S. Open Champion; 1910 Australian Open Champion; 3-time Hinampang Open Champion; 3-time ATP Med Week Masters 1000 Champion; Romanian Open Champion; 2-time Polish Masters 500 Champion; Polynesian Indoors finalist; World No. 1 in 1909-1912
Trabert, TonyTony Trabert 1930 United States United States winner of 5 grand slam singles titles → 1953/1955 U.S. champion • 1954/1955 French champion • 1955 Wimbledon champion — winner of 5 grand slam doubles titles → 1950/1954/1955 French champion, the first partnering Bill Talbert, the other two with Vic Seixas • 1954 U.S. champion, partnering Seixas • 1995 Australian champion, partnering Seixas
Troicki, ViktorViktor Troicki 1986 Serbia Serbia ranked World No. 12 in 2011
Tsonga, Jo-WilfriedJo-Wilfried Tsonga 1985 France France 2008 Australian Open finalist, 2010 semi-finalist, 2009 quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title • ranked World No. 6 in 2008
Tulasne, ThierryThierry Tulasne 1963 France France ranked World No. 10 in 1986
Tursunov, DmitryDmitry Tursunov 1982 Russia Russia ranked World No. 20 in 2006
Ullyett, KevinKevin Ullyett 1972 Zimbabwe Zimbabwe winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 2001 US Open champion (with Wayne Black) • 2005 Australian Open champion (with W. Black) • 2008 Wimbledon finalist (with Jonas Björkman) — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 2002 Australian Open champion (with Daniela Hantuchová)
van Rensburg, ChristoChristo van Rensburg 1962 South Africa South Africa ranked World No. 19 in 1988 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1985 Australian Open champion, partnering Paul Annacone
Van’t Hof, RobertRobert Van’t Hof 1959 United States United States ranked World No. 25 in 1983
Verdasco, FernandoFernando Verdasco 1983 Spain Spain 2009 Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 2009
Verkerk, MartinMartin Verkerk 1978 Netherlands Netherlands 2003 French Open finalist • ranked World No. 14 in 2003
Vieira, ArmandoArmando Vieira Brazil Brazil 1951 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
Vilas, GuillermoGuillermo Vilas 1952 Argentina Argentina winner of 4 grand slam singles titles → 1977 French Open champion, 1975/1978/1982 finalist, 1976/1979/1980/1983/1986 quarter-finalist • 1977 US Open champion, 1975/1976/1982 semi-finalist • 1978/1979 Australian Open champion, 1977[Jan] finalist, 1980 semi-finalist • 1975/1976 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1974 Masters champion, 1975/1976/1977/1982 semi-finalist
Vines, EllsworthEllsworth Vines 1911 1994 United States United States winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1931/1932 U.S. Champion • 1932 Wimbledon Champion, 1933 finalist • World No 1 for 4 years (1932/1935/1936/1937) • a candidate for greatest player of all time
Visser, DanieDanie Visser 1961 South Africa South Africa winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1990/1993 Australian Open champion, the first partnering Pieter Aldrich, the second with Laurie Warder • 1990 US Open champion, partnering Aldrich
Voinea, AdrianAdrian Voinea 1974 Romania Romania 1995 French Open quarter-finalist
Volandri, FilippoFilippo Volandri 1981 Italy Italy ranked World No. 25 in 2007
Volkov, AlexanderAlexander Volkov 1967 Russia Russia 1993 US Open semi-finalist, 1992 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 14 in 1994
von Cramm, GottfriedGottfried von Cramm 1909 1976 Germany/Germany Germany winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1934/1936 French champion, 1935 finalist • 1935/1936/1937 Wimbledon finalist • 1937 U.S. finalist
Walts, ButchButch Walts 1955 United States United States 1978 U.S. Open quarter-finalist
Warder, LaurieLaurie Warder 1962 Australia Australia winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1993 Australian Open champion (with Visser), 1987 finalist (with Doohan)
Warwick, KimKim Warwick 1952 Australia Australia 1980 Australian Open finalist • ranked World No.15 in 1981
Washington, MaliVaiMaliVai Washington 1969 United States United States 1996 Wimbledon finalist • 1994 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 11 in 1992
Wawrinka, StanislasStanislas Wawrinka 1985 Switzerland Switzerland ranked World No. 9 in 2008 — winner of 1 Olympic doubles gold medal → 2008 gold medalist (with Roger Federer)
Wheaton, DavidDavid Wheaton 1969 United States United States 1991 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1990 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1990 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 12 in 1992
Wilander, MatsMats Wilander 1964 Sweden Sweden winner of 7 grand slam singles titles → 1982 (first appearance)/1985/1988 French Open champion, 1983/1987 finalist, 1984 semi-finalist, 1989 quarter-finalist • 1983/1984/1988 Australian Open champion, 1985 finalist, 1990 semi-finalist • 1988 US Open champion, 1987 finalist, 1985 semi-finalist, 1983/1984 quarter-finalist • 1987/1988/1989 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1987 Masters finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 20 weeks — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1986 Wimbledon champion (with Nyström) • 1984 Australian Open finalist (with Nyström) • 1986 US Open finalist (with Nyström)
Wilding, TonyTony Wilding 1883 1915 New Zealand New Zealand winner of 6 grand slam singles titles → 1906/1909 Australian champion, 1910/1911/1912/1913 Wimbledon champion
Wilkison, TimTim Wilkison 1959 United States United States 1986 US Open quarter-finalist • World No. 23 in 1986
Wilson, BobbyBobby Wilson 1935 United Kingdom Great Britain 1958, 1959, 1961 and 1963 Wimbledon quarter-finalist, 1960 and 1963 U.S. National quarter-finalist, and 1963 French Championships quarter-finalist
Witsken, ToddTodd Witsken 1963 1998 United States United States 1988 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Woodbridge, ToddTodd Woodbridge 1971 Australia Australia ranked World No. 19 in 1997 — winner of 16 grand slam doubles titles (record) → 1995/1996/2003 US Open champion (the first two with Woodforde, the third with Björkman) • 1992/1997/2001 Australian Open champion (the first two with Woodforde, the third with Björkman) • 1993/1994/1995/1996/1997/2000/2002/2003/2004 Wimbledon champion (the first six with Woodforde, the last three with Björkman) • 2000 French Open champion (with Woodforde) • 1996 Olympic gold medal (with Woodforde) • 1992/1996 Masters champion (with Woodforde) — winner of 6 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1990/1993/2001 US Open champion (the first with Sayers, the second with Suková, and the third with Stubbs) • 1993 Australian Open champion (with Sánchez) • 1994 Wimbledon champion (with Suková) • 1995 French Open champion (with Savchenko)
Woodforde, MarkMark Woodforde 1965 Australia Australia ranked World No. 19 in 1996 — winner of 12 grand slam doubles titles → 1989/1995/1996 US Open champion, the first partnering John McEnroe, the second and third with Todd Woodbridge • 1992/1997 Australian Open champion, both partnering Woodbridge • 1993/1994/1995/1996/1997/2000 Wimbledon champion, all partnering Woodbridge • 2000 French Open champion, partnering Woodbridge • 1996 Olympic gold medal, partnering Woodbridge • 1992/1996 Masters champion, partnering Woodbridge — winner of 5 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1992/1996 Australian Open champion, both partnering Nicole Provis • 1992 French Open champion, partnering Arantxa Sánchez • 1992 US Open champion, partnering Provis • 1993 Wimbledon champion, partnering Martina Navrátilová
Woodruff, ChrisChris Woodruff 1973 United States United States 2000 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Youzhny, MikhailMikhail Youzhny 1982 Russia Russia 2006 US Open semi-finalist • 2008 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 8 in 2008
Yzaga, JaimeJaime Yzaga 1967 Peru Peru 1991 Australian Open quarter-finalist (first appearance) • 1994 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 18 in 1989
Zabaleta, MarianoMariano Zabaleta 1978 Argentina Argentina 2001 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 20 in 2000
Zedník, VladimirVladimir Zedník 1947 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 1973 Australian Open quarter-finalist
Zimonjić, NenadNenad Zimonjić 1976 Serbia Serbia winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 2008/2009 Wimbledon champion (partnering Daniel Nestor); 2010 French Open champion (with Nestor); 2010 Australian Open finalist, partnering Nestor • winner of 4 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 2004/2008 Australian Open champion (the first with Elena Bovina, the second with Tiantian Sun) • 2006/2010 French Open champion (both with Katarina Srebotnik) • ranked World No. 1
Živojinović, SlobodanSlobodan Živojinović 1963 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia [Serbia] 1985 Australian Open semi-finalist (first appearance) • 1986 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1987 quarter-finalist

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