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Longest Time Before the First & Last Tennis Grand Slam Titles

Posted on 16 Jul, 2017, by in Tennis

Roger Federer winning his 19th Grand Slam title and 8th at Wimbledon makes it 14 years between his first and most recent major Tennis championship. While that beats out most players who have enjoyed longevity and multiple Grand Slam championships, surprisingly it isn’t the longest timeframe between first and last since the Open Era began. More

The Greatest Wimbledon Champions in the Open Era

Posted on 9 Jun, 2011, by in Featured

We’ve got Wimbledon coming up in just over a week, so it’s a good time to read through the history book and stat charts and see who are the most successful players at the All-England club since the beginning of the Open era. More

Most Grand Slam Titles in Mens Tennis

Posted on 6 Jul, 2010, by in Tennis

With Nadal back on top, showing that 2010 is his year, winning his seventh and eigth grand slam titles, we decided it was a good opportunity to check the Grand Slam Titles leader board and check out who’s in the way between Nadal and Federer, who doesn’t look like he’s winning and Slam titles going by his current form. More

The Roland Garros’ Greatest Champions

Posted on 18 May, 2010, by in Tennis

Six days before the Roland Garros begins. A year ago, Rafael Nadal came in as the World’s number one player but after a loss to Roger Federer in the Madrid final. Nadal was stunned early on by Soderling while Federer finally captured his white whale. This year? Federer is way off his mark although still holds the number one spot. Nadal? Still hasn’t lost on clay this season, looking ready to continue his Paris domination. As a historical and statistical preview – here are the men who have won at Paris more than once, the true greats of the Paris clay courts. More