Top 10 Famous Male Tennis Players Of All Time

Andre Agassi was one of the stand out tennis players of the 90s.He picked up an impressive 60 singles titles including eight Grand Slam titles


John McEnroe was one of the best tennis players of the 80s. He went on to win a total of 77 singles titles and 78 doubles titles, including 7 Grand Slam singles titles


Ivan Lendl also played a major role in tennis in the 80s. He clinched a staggering 94 singles titles including eight Grand Slam titles


Jimmy Connors dominated tennis in the late 70s.He still holds the ATP record for most titles (109)and most matches won (1274) in the Open Era


Bjorn Borg spent a total of 109 weeks at world no.1 and won 11 Grand Slam titles. The constant pressure led him to retire from tennis at the age of 26


Rod Laver holds the record for most titles in tennis history, having won a breathtaking 198 titles including 6 Grand Slam titles pre 1968 and 5 Grand Slam titles during the Open Era.


Pete Sampras was the most successful player of the '90s. He won a total of 64 singles titles, including a then-record 14 Grand Slam tournaments


Rafael Nadal has won a total of 88 titles, including 20 Grand Slam titles. Throughout his career, Nadal has won 91.5 percent on clay, making him the undisputed king of clay.


Novak Djokovic has won a total of 85 singles titles including a record equalling 20 Grand Slam titles. He’s also the first and only player to complete the Career Golden Masters


Roger Federer has won a staggering 103 singles titles, the second most in the Open Era behind Jimmy Connors, including  20 Grand Slams


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