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Who has won the most Grand Slams? Nadal, Djokovic, Federer…

Novak Djokovic has won an all-time record of 24 Grand Slam men’s singles titles, including ten Australian Open titles, equaling Margaret Court’s singles record.

Serbia's Novak Djokovic acknowleges applauds by the supporters as he walks off the court after losing against Italy's Jannik Sinner.

Surviving a world-class knockout event is no easy achievement in a sport like tennis, where the attention is intensely on the individual.

Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal are the top three winners of all time

The debate on the greatest Grand Slam tennis player ever has changed from Sampras to Federer and now Djokovic. While Sampras was considered the best for a long time, Federer surpassed his records and became the new champion. However, with Djokovic, Nadal, and Federer all competing fiercely against each other, the debate has become more complex, with fans advocating for their favorite player.

Recently, people have started to look beyond just statistics and consider factors like vaccination status, social media followers, and emotions.

The following records are considered to determine the greatest tennis player of all time: Grand Slams, ATP Finals titles, Masters titles, weeks at number one, and ATP list year-end number-one finishes. These records offer a comprehensive view of a player’s career and represent the pinnacle of tennis achievements.

When examining the records, it becomes clear that Djokovic is the clear leader in all five categories. He has 24 Grand Slam titles, 7 ATP Finals titles, 40 Masters titles, 409 weeks at number one, and 8 year-end number one finishes. Djokovic’s achievement of holding all five records simultaneously makes him the only player in history to do so.

While some may argue that the records are close, Djokovic’s dominance becomes evident when considering the substantial gaps between him and his rivals in specific categories. For instance, Nadal never won the ATP Finals, and Federer is significantly behind in Masters titles.

Finally, the undeniable adoration and support he receives worldwide counters the claim that Djokovic lacks the love and respect enjoyed by Federer and Nadal. Regardless of personal preferences, the numbers speak for themselves, and Novak Djokovic is the undisputed greatest tennis player of all time.

The winners of most Grand Slams:

  • Novak Djokovic- 24
  • Rafael Nadal - 22
  • Roger Federer - 20
  • Pete Sampras - 14
  • Roy Emerson - 12
  • Rod Laver - 11
  • Bjorn Borg - 11
  • Bill Tilden - 10
  • Jimmy Connors - 8
  • Fred Perry - 8
  • Andre Agassi - 8
  • Ivan Lendl - 8
  • Ken Rosewall - 8