List of male singles tennis players

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This is a list of top international male singles tennis players, both past and present.

It includes players who have been officially ranked among the top 25 singles players in the world during the "Open Era"; been ranked in the top 10 prior to the Open Era; have been a singles quarterfinalist or better at a Grand Slam tournament; have reached the finals of or won the season-ending event; or have been singles medalists at the Olympics.

Players who have won more than one Grand Slam singles title or have been ranked world no. 1 in singles have been put in bold font. Players who are still active on the tour have been put in italics.



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Name Birth Death Nationality HoF Criteria for inclusion
Robert Abdesselam 1920 2006 France France 1949 French Championships quarterfinalist
José Acasuso 1982 Argentina Argentina Ranked world no. 20 in 2006
András Ádám-Stolpa 1921 2010 Hungary Hungary 1947 French Championships quarterfinalist
Andre Agassi 1970 United States United States 2011 Winner of 8 Grand Slam singles titles and a career Golden Grand Slam completed in 1999 + 1 Olympic singles gold medal → 1992 Wimbledon champion, 1999 finalist, 1995/2000/2001 semifinalist, 1991/1993 quarterfinalist • 1994/1999 US Open champion, 1990/1995/2002/2005 finalist, 1988/1989/1996/2003 semifinalist, 1992/2001/2004 quarterfinalist • 1995/2000/2001/2003 Australian Open champion, 1996/2004 semifinalist, 2005 quarterfinalist • 1999 French Open champion, 1990/1991 finalist, 1988/1992 semifinalist, 1995/2001/2002/2003 quarterfinalist • 1996 Olympic gold medalist • 1990 ATP Tour World Championships winner • ranked world no. 1 for 101 weeks
Ronald Agénor 1964 Haiti Haiti 1989 French Open singles quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 22 in 1989
Juan Aguilera 1962 Spain Spain Ranked world no. 7 in 1984
Roberto Bautista Agut 1988 Spain Spain Ranked world no. 13 in 2016 • 2016 Olympics quarterfinals
Karim Alami 1973 Morocco Morocco Ranked world no. 25 in 2000
Fred Alexander 1880 1969 United States United States 1961 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1908 Australasian Championships winner (results most likely incomplete as U.S. National drawsheets for time unavailable)
John Alexander 1951 Australia Australia 1977 (December) Australian Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 8 in 1975
Wilmer Allison, Jr. 1904 1977 United States United States 1963 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1935 United States champion, 1934 finalist • 1930 Wimbledon singles finalist • ranked amateur world no. 4 in 1932 and 1935
Nicolás Almagro 1985 Spain Spain 2008/2010/2012 French Open quarterfinalist •2013 Australian Open quarterfinalist• ranked world no. 9 in 2011
Manuel Alonso 1895 1984 Spain Spain 1977 1921 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1922, 1923, 1925 and 1927 United States quarterfinalist • rated world no. 5 in 1927
Felicisimo Ampon 1920 1997 Philippines Philippines 1952, 1953 French Championships singles quarterfinalist
Vijay Amritraj 1953 India India 1973 and 1981 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1973 and 1974 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 16 in 1980
Mario Ančić 1984 Croatia Croatia 2004 Wimbledon semifinalist • 2006 French Open and Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 2006
James Anderson 1894 1973 Australia Australia 2013 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1922, 1924 and 1925 Australasian champion, 1919 1926 semifinalist, 1920 quarterfinalist(?) (list perhaps incomplete - a few results appear unavailable) • rated world no. 3 in 1924 and 1925
Kevin Anderson 1986 South Africa South Africa 2018 Wimbledon finalist • 2017 US Open finalist • ranked world no. 5 in 2018
Mal Anderson 1935 Australia Australia 2000 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1957 United States champion, 1958 runner-up • 1958 and 1972 Australian (Open) runner-up, 1957 semifinalist, 1956 quarterfinalist • 1956 and 1958 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • rated amateur world no. 2 in 1957 and 1958
Igor Andreev 1983 Russia Russia 2007 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 18 in 2008
John Andrews 1952 United States United States 1975 French Open quarterfinalist
Matt Anger 1963 United States United States Ranked world no. 23 in 1986
Paul Annacone 1963 United States United States 1984 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 12 in 1986
Hicham Arazi 1973 Morocco Morocco 1997 and 1998 French Open quarterfinalist • 2000 and 2004 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 22 in 2001
Jimmy Arias 1964 United States United States 1983 U.S. Open semifinalist • 1984 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 5 in 1984
Jordi Arrese 1964 Spain Spain 1992 Olympic silver medalist • ranked world no. 23 in 1991
József Asbóth 1917 1986 Hungary Hungary Winner of 1 Grand Slam title → 1947 French champion • 1948 Wimbledon semifinalist
Arthur Ashe 1943 1993 United States United States 1985 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1968 U.S. Open champion, 1972 finalist, 1969 and 1971 semifinalist, 1970/1974 quarterfinalist; 1965 U.S. National semifinalist • 1970 Australian Open champion, 1971 finalist, 1978 semifinalist, 1977 (January) quarterfinalist; 1966 and 1967 Australian Championships finalist • 1975 Wimbledon champion, 1968/1969 semifinalist • 1970/1971 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 2 in 1975
Bunny Austin 1906 2000 United Kingdom Great Britain 1997 1932 and 1938 Wimbledon finalist, 1936 and 1937 semifinalist, 1931, 1933, 1934 and 1935 quarterfinalist • 1937 French finalist, 1935 semifinalist, 1934 and 1936 quarterfinalist • 1929 Australian quarterfinalist (U.S. National drawsheets prior to 1933 unavailable) • rated world no. 4 in 1938
Luis Ayala 1932 Chile Chile 1958 and 1960 French finalist, 1959 semifinalist • 1957 and 1959 United States quarterfinalist • 1959 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 5 in 1958
Wilfred Baddeley 1872 1929 United Kingdom Great Britain 2013 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 solely for 1896
Marcos Baghdatis 1985 Cyprus Cyprus 2006 Australian Open finalist • 2006 Wimbledon semifinalist • ranked world no. 8 in 2006
Corrado Barazzutti 1953 Italy Italy 1977 U.S. Open semifinalist • 1978 French Open semifinalist • 1980 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 1978
Herbert Roper Barrett 1873 1943 United Kingdom Great Britain 1908, 1909 and 1911 Wimbledon finalist • 1908 Olympic gold medalist singles
Pierre Barthès 1941 France France Ranked a world top-20 player for 1971
Alfred Beamish 1879 1944 United Kingdom Great Britain 1912 Australasian championships singles finalist
Boris Becker 1967 West Germany West Germany/Germany 2003 Winner of 6 Grand Slam singles titles → 1985/1986/1989 Wimbledon champion, 1988, 1990, 1991 and 1995 finalist • 1989 U.S. Open champion1991/1996 Australian Open champion, 1984 quarterfinalist • 1987/1989/1991 French Open semifinalist • 1988 Masters Grand Prix champion, 1989 runner-up; 1992/1995 ATP Tour World champion, 1994/1996 finalist • ranked world no. 1 for 12 weeks in 1991
Karl Behr 1885 1949 United States United States 1969 1906 U.S. Championship finalist
Mike Belkin 1945 Canada Canada 1968 Australian Championships quarterfinalist
Thomaz Bellucci 1987 Brazil Brazil Ranked world no. 21 in 2010
Eduardo Bengoechea 1959 Argentina Argentina Ranked world no. 21 in 1987
Julien Benneteau 1981 France France 2006 French Open singles quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 25 in 2014
Alberto Berasategui 1973 Spain Spain 1994 French Open finalist • 1998 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 1994
Tomáš Berdych 1985 Czech Republic Czech Republic 2010 Wimbledon finalist, 2016 semifinalist, 2007/2013 quarterfinalist • 2014/2015 Australian Open semifinalist, 2011/2012/2013/2016 quarterfinalist • 2010 French Open semifinalist, 2014/2016 quarterfinalist • 2012 U.S. Open semifinalist, 2014 quarterfinalist • 2011 Tour Finals semifinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 2015
Lennart Bergelin 1925 2008 Sweden Sweden 1946/1948/1951 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Jay Berger 1966 United States United States 1989 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 1989 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 1990
Christian Bergström 1967 Sweden Sweden 1993 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Marcel Bernard 1914 1994 France France Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1946 French Championships champion
Paolo Bertolucci 1951 Italy Italy 1973 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 12 in 1973
Henry Billington 1909 1980 United Kingdom Great Britain 1939 French Championships quarterfinalist
Jonas Björkman 1972 Sweden Sweden 1997 U.S. Open semifinalist • 2006 Wimbledon semifinalist, 2003 quarterfinalist • 1998/2002 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 1997
Byron Black 1969 Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 1995 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 2000 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 22 in 1996
James Blake 1979 United States United States 2005/2006 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 2008 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 2006 Tour Finals finalist • ranked world no. 4 in 2006
Galo Blanco 1976 Spain Spain 1997 French Open quarterfinalist
Arnaud Boetsch 1969 France France Ranked world no. 12 in 1996
Björn Borg 1956 Sweden Sweden 1987 Winner of 11 Grand Slam singles titles → 1974/1975/1978/1979/198/1981 French Open champion, 1976 quarterfinalist • 1976/1977/1978/1979/1980 Wimbledon champion, 1981 finalist, 1973/1975 quarterfinalist • 1976/1978/1980/1981 U.S. Open finalist, 1975 semifinalist, 1979 quarterfinalist • 1979/1980 Masters Grand Prix champion, 1975/1977 finalist • ranked world no. 1 for 109 weeks → for 1 week in 1977, 32 in 1979, 49 in 1980 and 27 in 1981
Jean Borotra 1898 1994 France France 1976 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
Jeff Borowiak 1949 United States United States Ranked world no. 25 in 1977
William Bowrey 1943 Australia Australia Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1968 Australian champion, 1967 finalist, 1965 and 1966 quarterfinalist; 1969 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 1966 U.S. National quarterfinalist
Christian Boussus 1908 2003 France France 1931 French Championships singles finalist, 1928 Wimbledon singles semifinalist
Jacques Brichant 1930 2011 Belgium Belgium 1958 French Championships singles semifinalist
Godfrey Brinley 1864 1939 United States United States 1885 U.S. Championships singles finalist
John Bromwich 1918 1999 Australia Australia 1984 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1939 and 1946 Australian champion, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1947, 1948 and 1949 finalist, 1940 semifinalist, 1936, 1950 and 1951 quarterfinalist • 1948 Wimbledon finalist, 1949 semifinalist • 1939 United States semifinalist • 1950 French quarterfinalist
Norman Brookes 1877 1968 Australia Australia 1977 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
Geoff Brown 1924 United Kingdom Great Britain 1946 Wimbledon finalist, 1947 quarterfinalist • rated world no. 3 amateur in 1946
Tom Brown 1922 2011 United States United States 1946 United States finalist • 1947 Wimbledon finalist, 1946 semifinalist, 1948 quarterfinalist
Sergi Bruguera 1971 Spain Spain Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1993/1994 French Open champion, 1997 finalist, 1995 semifinalist • 1996 Olympic silver medalist • ranked world no. 3 in 1994
Butch Buchholz 1940 United States United States 2005[a] 1960 U.S. National semifinalist; 1969 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 1960 and 1969 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1969 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 5 amateur in 1960
Don Budge 1915 2000 United States United States 1964 Winner of 6 Grand Slam singles titles → 1937 and 1938 Wimbledon champion, 1935 and 1936 semifinalist • 1937 and 1938 United States champion, 1936 finalist, 1935 quarterfinalist • 1938 French champion1938 Australian championrated amateur world no. 1 for 4 years, 1937 through 1940
Pablo Carreño Busta 1991 Spain Spain Ranked world no. 10 in 2017 ◌ Singles: 2017 U.S. Open semifinalist • 2017 French Open quarterfinalist
Darren Cahill 1965 Australia Australia Ranked world no. 22 in 1989 ◌ Singles: 1988 U.S. Open semifinalist •
Oliver Campbell 1871 1953 United States United States 1955 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1890, 1891 and 1892 United States champion (drawsheets for other years unavailable)
Agustín Calleri 1976 Argentina Argentina Ranked world no. 16 in 2003
Omar Camporese 1968 Italy Italy Ranked world no. 18 in 1992
Francesco Cancellotti 1963 Italy Italy Ranked world no. 21 in 1985
Guillermo Cañas 1977 Argentina Argentina Ranked world no. 8 in 2005 ◌ Singles: 2002/2005/2007 French Open quarterfinalist
Cristiano Caratti 1970 Italy Italy Ranked world no. 26 in 1991 ◌ Singles: 1991 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Kent Carlsson 1968 Sweden Sweden Ranked world no. 6 in 1988
Ross Case 1951 Australia Australia Ranked world no. 13 in 1976 ◌ Singles: 1974 Australian Open semifinalist ◌ Doubles: 1974 Australian Open champion • 1977 Wimbledon champion
Pat Cash 1965 Australia Australia Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1987 Wimbledon champion, 1984 semifinalist, 1982, 1986 and 1988 quarterfinalist • 1987 and 1988 Australian Open finalist, 1984 quarterfinalist • 1984 U.S. Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 1988
Marco Cecchinato 1992 Italy Italy 2018 French Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 22 in 2018
František Cejnar 1917 1965 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 1937, 1938 French Championships singles quarterfinalist • 1938 Wimbledon singles quarterfinalist
Malcolm Chace 1875 1955 United States United States 1961 1894 United States semifinalist (drawsheets for other years unavailable)
Thierry Champion 1966 France France 1990 French Open quarterfinalist • 1991 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Michael Chang 1972 United States United States 2008 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
Jérémy Chardy 1987 France France 2013 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 25 in 2013
Juan Ignacio Chela 1979 Argentina Argentina 2004/2011 French Open quarterfinalist • 2007 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 15 in 2004
Andrei Cherkasov 1970 Soviet Union Soviet Union/Russia Russia 1990 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 1990 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 13 in 1991
Andrei Chesnokov 1966 Soviet Union Soviet Union/Russia Russia 1989 French Open semifinalist, 1986 and 1988 quarterfinalist • 1988 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 9 in 1991
Herbert Chipp 1850 1903 United Kingdom Great Britain 1884 Wimbledon singles semifinalist
Marin Čilić 1988 Croatia Croatia Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 2014 U.S. Open champion, 2015 semi-finalist, 2009/2012 quarterfinalist • 2017 Wimbledon finalist, 2014/2015/2016 quarterfinalist • 2018 Australian Open finalist, 2010 semifinalist • 2017/2018 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 3 in 2018
Francisco Clavet 1968 Spain Spain Ranked world no. 18 in 1992
Arnaud Clément 1977 France France 2001 Australian Open finalist • 2000 US Open quarterfinalist • 2008 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 2007 Wimbledon doubles champion (partnering Michaël Llodra) • ranked world no. 10 in 2001
José Luis Clerc 1958 Argentina Argentina 1981 and 1982 French Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 1981
William Clothier 1881 1962 United States United States 1956 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1906 United States champion, 1904 and 1909 finalist (results likely incomplete as drawsheets are unavailable)
Henri Cochet 1901 1987 France France 1976 Winner of 7 Grand Slam singles titles → 1922, 1926, 1928, 1930 and 1932 French champion, 1933 finalist, 1927 and 1929 semifinalist, 1925 quarterfinalist (drawsheets for before 1925 unavailable) • 1927 and 1929 Wimbledon champion, 1928 finalist, 1925 and 1933 semifinalist, 1930 quarterfinalist • 1928 United States champion, 1932 finalist (drawsheets before 1933 unavailable) • rated world no. 1 amateur for 3 years, 1928 through 1930
Jimmy Connors 1952 United States United States 1998 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 semifinalist; 1972, 1973 and 1975 quarterfinalist • 1974, 1976, 1978, 1982 and 1983 U.S. Open champion, 1975, 1977 finalist; 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1987 and 1991 semifinalist; • 1979, 1980, 1984 and 1985 French Open semifinalist; 1981, 1982, 1983 and 1987 quarterfinalist • 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
Elwood Cooke 1913 2004 United States United States 1939 Wimbledon finalist • 1939 French semifinalist • 1945 United States semifinalist, 1940 and 1943 quarterfinalist
Ashley Cooper 1936 Australia Australia 1991 Winner of 4 Grand Slam singles titles → 1957 and 1958 Australian champion, 1954, 1955 and 1956 quarterfinalist • 1958 Wimbledon champion, 1957 finalist • 1958 United States champion, 1957 finalist, 1956 quarterfinalist • 1956, 1957 and 1958 French Championship semifinalist
John Cooper 1946 Australia Australia 1971 and 1972 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Patricio Cornejo 1944 Chile Chile 1974 French Open quarterfinalist
Guillermo Coria 1982 Argentina Argentina 2004 French Open finalist, 2003 semifinalist • 2003 and 2005 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 3 in 2004
Àlex Corretja 1974 Spain Spain 1998/2001 French Open finalist, 2002 semifinalist, 1999/2000 quarterfinalist • 1996 US Open quarterfinalist • 1998 Masters champion • ranked world no. 2 in 1999
Albert Costa 1975 Spain Spain Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 2002 French Open champion, 2003 semifinalist, 1995/2000 quarterfinalist • 1997 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 6 in 2002
Carlos Costa 1968 Spain Spain Ranked world no. 10 in 1992
Jim Courier 1970 United States United States 2005 Winner of 4 Grand Slam singles titles → 1991 and 1992 French Open champion, 1993 finalist, 1994 semifinalist, 1996 quarterfinalist • 1992 and 1993 Australian Open champion, 1994 semifinalist, 1995 and 1996 quarterfinalist • 1991 U.S. Open finalist, 1992 and 1995 semifinalist • 1993 Wimbledon finalist, 1991 quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 1 for 58 weeks in 1992
Mark Cox 1943 United Kingdom Great Britain 1971 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 13 in 1977
Gottfried von Cramm 1909 1976 Germany/Germany Germany 1977 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1934/1936 French champion, 1935 finalist • 1935/1936/1937 Wimbledon finalist • 1937 U.S. finalist
Jack Crawford 1908 1991 Australia Australia 1979 Winner of 6 Grand slam singles titles → 1931, 1932, 1933 and 1935 Australian champion, 1931 and 1940 finalist, 1928, 1930, 1936, 1937 and 1939 semifinalist, 1927 and 1929 quarterfinalist • 1933 French champion, 1934 finalist, 1935 semifinalist, 1928 quarterfinalist • 1933 Wimbledon champion • 1933 United States finalist • rated world no. 1 amateur for 1 year, 1933
Dick Crealy 1944 Australia Australia 1970 Australian Open finalist, 1975 semifinalist, 1972 and 1976 quarterfinalist; 1968 Australian Championship quarterfinalist - 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
Gianni Cucelli 1916 1977 Italy Italy 1947, 1948 and 1949 French Championships singles quarterfinalist
Pablo Cuevas 1986 Uruguay Uruguay Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2008 French Open champion, partnering Luis Horna • ranked world no. 19 in 2016
Kevin Curren 1958 South Africa South Africa/United States United States 1984 Australian Open finalist • 1985 Wimbledon finalist, 1983 semifinalist, 1990 quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 5 in 1985
Sven Davidson 1928 2008 Sweden Sweden 2007 Winner of 1 Grand slam singles title → 1957 French champion, 1955 and 1956 finalist, 1953 quarterfinalist • 1957 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1953, 1955 and 1958 quarterfinalist • 1957 United States semifinalist, 1953 quarterfinalist - winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1958 Wimbledon champion, partnering Ulf Schmidt
Dwight Davis 1879 1945 United States United States 1956 1898 United States finalist - winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1899, 1900 and 1901 United States champion, partnering Holcombe Ward
Scott Davis 1962 United States United States 1984 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 11 in 1985 - winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1991 Australian Open, partnering David Pate
Franco Davín 1970 Argentina Argentina 1991 French Open quarterfinalist
Nikolay Davydenko 1981 Russia Russia 2005/2007 French Open semifinalist, 2006/2009 quarterfinalist • 2006/2007 U.S. Open semifinalist • 2005/2006/2007/2010 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 2009 Tour Finals champion, 2008 finalist, 2005 semifinalist • ranked world no. 3 in 2006
Max Decugis 1882 1978 France France 1911, 1912 Wimbledon singles semifinalist • winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1911 Wimbledon doubles champion • 1906 Olympic gold medalist singles, doubles and mixed doubles • 1920 Olympic gold medalist mixed doubles
Juan Martín del Potro 1988 Argentina Argentina Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 2009 U.S. Open champion • 2009 French Open semifinalist • 2009 and 2012 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 2013 Wimbledon semifinalist • 2009 Tour finals finalist • 2016 Olympics silver medalist • ranked world no. 4 in 2010
Phil Dent 1950 Australia Australia 1974 Australian Open finalist, 1977(Jan) and 1979 quarterfinalist; 1968 Australian Championships quarterfinalist • 1977 French Open semifinalist • 1977 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 17 in 1977
Taylor Dent 1981 United States United States Ranked world no. 21 in 2005
Steve Denton 1956 United States United States 1981 and 1982 Australian Open finalist • ranked world no. 12 in 1983
Bernard Destremau 1917 2002 France France 1937 French Championships singles semifinalist • Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1938 French champion, partnering Yvon Petra
Filip Dewulf 1972 Belgium Belgium 1997 French Open semifinalist, 1998 quarterfinalist
Colin Dibley 1944 Australia Australia 1979 Australia Open semifinalist, 1973 quarterfinalist • 1971 and 1972 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Eddie Dibbs 1951 United States United States 1975 and 1976 French Open semifinalist, 1978 and 1979 quarterfinalist • 1975, 1976 and 1979 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 5 in 1978
Mark Dickson 1959 United States United States 1983 U.S. Open quarterfinalist
Keith Diepraam 1942 South Africa South Africa 1965 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Grigor Dimitrov 1991 Bulgaria Bulgaria 2014 Wimbledon semifinalist • 2017 Australian Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 3 in November 2017 • 2017 Tour Finals champion
Charles P. Dixon 1873 1939 United Kingdom Great Britain 1901, 1911 Wimbledon finalist • winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1912 Australian champion, 1912 and 1913 Wimbledon champion • 1912 Olympic gold medalist mixed doubles
Arnaud Di Pasquale 1979 France France 2000 Olympic bronze medalist
Novak Djokovic 1987 Serbia Serbia Winner of 15 Grand Slam singles titles including a Career Grand Slam achieved in 2016 → 2008/2011/2012/2013/2015/2016/2019 Australian Open champion (7), 2009/2010/2014 quarterfinalist •2011/2014/2015/2018 Wimbledon champion (4), 2013 finalist, 2007/2010/2012 semifinalist, 2009/2017 quarterfinalist •2011/2015/2018 U.S. Open champion (3), 2007/2010/2012/2013/2016 finalist, 2008/2009/2014 semifinalist •2016 French Open champion, 2012/2014/2015 French Open finalist, 2007/2008/2011/2013 semifinalist, 2006/2010/2017/2018 quarterfinalist • 2008/12/13/14/15 Tour finals champion (5) • 2008 Olympic Singles bronze medalist • ranked world no. 1 for 223 weeks (2011-2016)
John Doeg 1908 1978 United States United States 1962 1930 United States champion - winner of two doubles Grand Slam titles → 1929, 1930 United States champion, partnering George Lott
Laurence Doherty 1875 1919 United Kingdom Great Britain 1980 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
Reginald Doherty 1872 1910 United Kingdom Great Britain 1980 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
Alexandr Dolgopolov 1988 Ukraine Ukraine 2011 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 13 in 2012
Irvin Dorfman 1926 2006 United States United States 1950 French Championships singles quarterfinalist
Sláva Doseděl 1970 Czech Republic Czech Republic 1999 U.S. Open quarterfinalist
Stanley Doust 1879 1961 Australia Australia 1913 Wimbledon singles finalist • 1909 Wimbledon doubles finalist
Scott Draper 1974 Australia Australia Winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles champion → 2005 Australian Open champion, partnering Samantha Stosur
Hendrik Dreekmann 1975 Germany Germany 1994 French Open quarterfinalist
Brad Drewett 1958 2013 Australia Australia 1975 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Jaroslav Drobný 1921 2001 Czechoslovakia/Egypt/Egypt Czechoslovakia/Egypt 1983 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1951 and 1952 French champion, 1946, 1948 and 1950 finalist, 1953 semifinalist • 1954 Wimbledon champion, 1949 and 1952 finalist, 1946 semifinalist, 1947 quarterfinalist — 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
Cliff Drysdale 1941 South Africa South Africa 2013[a] 1968 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 1969 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1971 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 13 in 1974 — winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1972 U.S. Open champion, partnering Roger Taylor
Robin Drysdale 1952 United Kingdom Great Britain 1977 (December) Australian Open quarterfinalist
Pat Du Pré 1954 United States United States 1979 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1979 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 14 in 1980
James Dwight 1852 1917 United States United States 1955 1883 U.S. Championship finalist • winner of 5 Grand Slam doubles title → 1882–1884, 1886, 1887 U.S. Champion
Wilberforce Eaves 1867 1920 United Kingdom Great Britain 1895, 1896, 1897 Wimbledon finalist • 1897(Ch) U.S. Championships finalist • 1908 Olympic bronze medalist
Stefan Edberg 1966 Sweden Sweden 2004 Winner of 6 Grand Slam singles titles → 1985 and 1987 Australian Open champion, 1990, 1992 and 1993 finalist, 1988, 1991 and 1994 semifinalist, 1984 and 1989 quarterfinalist • 1988 and 1990 Wimbledon champion, 1989 finalist, 1987, 1991 and 1993 semifinalist, 1992 quarterfinalist • 1991 and 1992 U.S. Open champion, 1986 and 1987 semifinalist, 1996 quarterfinalist • 1989 French Open finalist, 1985, 1991 and 1993 quarterfinalist • 1989 Masters Grand Prix champion • 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 •
Mark 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, partnering Warwick
Kyle Edmund 1995 United Kingdom Great Britain 2018 Australian Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 16 in 2018
Younes El Aynaoui 1971 Morocco Morocco 2000 and 2003 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 2002 and 2003 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 14 in 2003
Ismail El Shafei 1947 Egypt Egypt 1974 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Jacco 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 doubles world no. 1 for 18 weeks, in 1995
Roy Emerson 1936 Australia Australia 1982 Winner of 12 Grand Slam singles titles → 1961, 1963, 1965, 1966 and 1967 Australian champion, 1962 finalist, 1960 semifinalist, 1958 and 1959 quarterfinalist • 1961 and 1964 United States champion, 1962 finalist, 1966 semifinalist, 1956, 1959, 1965, 1967 and 1969 quarterfinalist • 1963 and 1967 French champion, 1962 finalist, 1965 semifinalist, 1959, 1961, 1964, 1966 and 1968 quarterfinalist • 1964 and 1965 Wimbledon champion, 1959 semifinalist, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1966 and 1970 quarterfinalist • 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
Thomas Enqvist 1974 Sweden Sweden 1999 Australian Open finalist, 1996 quarterfinalist • 2001 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 1999
Jonathan Erlich 1977 Israel Israel Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2008 Australian Open champion, partnering Andy Ram
Nicolas Escudé 1976 France France 1998 Australian Open semifinalist • 1999 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 2001 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 17 in 2000
Lestocq Robert Erskine 1857 1916 United Kingdom Great Britain 1878 Wimbledon All Comers finalist
Kelly Evernden 1961 New Zealand New Zealand 1987 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Brian Fairlie 1948 New Zealand New Zealand Ranked world no. 24 in 1973
Robert Falkenburg 1926 United States United States 1974 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1948 Wimbledon champion, 1947 and 1949 quarterfinalist • 1946 United States semifinalist, 1944, 1945, 1947 and 1948 quarterfinalist — winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1944 United States doubles champion, partnering Don McNeill • 1947 Wimbledon doubles champion, partnering Jack Kramer
Roger Federer 1981 Switzerland Switzerland Winner of 20 Grand Slam singles titles and a career Grand Slam completed in 2009 ◌ Singles: 2003/2004/2005/2006/2007/2009/2012/2017 Wimbledon champion (8), 2008/2014/2015 finalist, 2016 semifinalist, 2001/2010/2011/2018 quarterfinalist • 2004/2006/2007/2010/2017/2018 Australian Open champion (6), 2009 finalist, 2005/2008/2011/2012/2013/2014/2016 semifinalist • 2004/2005/2006/2007/2008 U.S. Open champion (5), 2009/2015 finalist, 2010/2011/2014 semifinalist, 2012/2017 quarterfinalist • 2009 French Open champion, 2006/2007/2008/2011 finalist, 2005/2012 semifinalist, 2001/2010/2013/2015 quarterfinalist • 2003/2004/2006/2007/2010/2011 Tour Finals champion (6), 2005/2012/2014/2015 finalist, 2002/2009/2013 semifinalist • 2012 Olympics silver medalist ◌ Doubles: 2008 Olympics gold medalist [partnering Stanislas Wawrinka] ◌ Ranking: world no. 1 for a record 303 weeks (2004-2018) of which 237 consecutive (also a record) (2004-2008)
Peter Feigl 1951 Austria Austria 1978 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Wayne Ferreira 1971 South Africa/South Africa South Africa 1992 and 2003 Australian Open semifinalist • 1992 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 1994 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1992 Olympic silver medalists • ranked world no. 6 in 1995
David Ferrer 1982 Spain Spain 2011/2013 Australian Open semifinalist, 2008/2012/2014/2016 quarterfinalist • 2013 French Open finalist, 2012 semifinalist, 2005/2008/2014/2015 quarterfinalsit • 2012/2013 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 2007/2012 U.S. Open semifinalist, 2013 quarterfinalist • 2007 Tour Finals finalist, 2011 semifinalist • ranked world no. 3 in 2013
Juan Carlos Ferrero 1980 Spain Spain Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 2003 French Open champion, 2002 finalist, 2000/2001 semifinalist • 2003 US Open finalist •2004 Australian Open semifinalist, 2003 quarterfinalist • 2007/2009 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 2002 Tour Finals finalist, 2001 semifinalist • ranked world no. 1 for 8 weeks, in 2003
Wojtek Fibak 1952 Poland Poland 1977 and 1980 French Open quarterfinalist • 1980 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1980 U.S. Open quarterfinalist
Marcelo Filippini 1967 Uruguay Uruguay 1999 French Open quarterfinalist
Jaime Fillol 1946 Chile Chile 1975 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 14 in 1974
Mardy Fish 1981 United States United States 2007 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 2008 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 2011 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 2004 Olympic single silver medalist • ranked world no. 7 in 2011
John 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 and 1991 U.S. Open champion, partnering Tomáš Šmíd and Anders Järryd respectively • 1986 and 1991 French Open champion, partnering Šmíd and Järryd respectively • 1989 and 1991 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Järryd • ranked doubles world no. 1 for 40 weeks → 27 weeks in 1991 and 13 in 1992
Ken Flach 1963 2018 United States United States Winner of 4 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1985 and 1993 U.S. Open champion • 1987 and 1988 Wimbledon champion • ranked world no. 1 for 5 weeks → 2 weeks in 1985 and 3 in 1986
Herbie Flam 1928 1980 United States United States 1950 United States finalist • 1951 and 1952 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1957 French finalist • rated world no. 5 in 1957
Peter Fleming 1955 United States United States 1980 Wimbledon quarterfinalist — winner of 7 Grand Slam doubles titles, all partnering John McEnroe → 1979, 1981, 1983 and 1984 Wimbledon champion, • 1979, 1981 and 1983 U.S. Open champion • ranked world no. 1 for 17 weeks → 3 weeks in 1982 and 14 in 1984
Fabio Fognini 1987 Italy Italy Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2015 Australian Open champion, partnering Simone Bolelli • 2011 French Open singles quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 10 in 2019
Gordon Forbes 1934 South Africa South Africa 1962 United States quarterfinalist
Guy Forget 1965 France France 1991 and 1993 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 1991, 1992 and 1994 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Željko Franulović 1947 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 1970 French Open finalist, 1971 semifinalist
Neale Fraser 1933 Australia Australia 1984 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1959 and 1960 United States champion, 1956 and 1958 semifinalist • 1960 Wimbledon champion, 1958 finalist, 1957 and 1962 semifinalist, 1959 quarterfinalist • 1957, 1959 and 1960 Australian Championships finalist, 1956, 1958 and 1962 semifinalist • 1959 and 1962 French semifinalist, 1957, 1958 and 1960 quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 1 amateur for two years, 1959 and 1960 - winner of 11 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1957, 1958 and 1962 Australian champion, partnering Lew Hoad, Ashley Cooper and Roy Emerson respectively • 1957, 1959 and 1960 United States champion, partnering Cooper and then Emerson twice • 1958, 1960 and 1962 French champion, partnering Cooper and then Emerson twice • 1959 and 1961 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Emerson - winner of 5 mixed doubles Grand Slam titles → 1956 Australian champion, partnering Beryl Penrose Collier • 1958, 1959 and 1960 United States champion, all partnering Margaret Osborne duPont • 1962 Wimbledon champion, partnering Osborne duPont
Rod Frawley 1952 Australia Australia 1979 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Frank Froehling 1942 United States United States 1971 French Open semifinalist • 1971 U.S. Open quarterfinalist
Otto Froitzheim 1884 1962 Germany Germany 1914 Wimbledon finalist • 1908 Olympic silver medalist
Richard Fromberg 1970 Australia Australia Ranked world no. 24 in 1990
Renzo Furlan 1970 Italy Italy 1995 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 19 in 1996
Patrick Galbraith 1967 United States United States 1995 ATP Tour World champion, partnering Grant Connell• ranked doubles world no. 1 for 4 weeks → 3 weeks in 1993 and 1 in 1994 - winner of 2 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1994 and 1996 U.S. Open champion, partnering Elna Reinach and Lisa Raymond respectively
Jan-Michael Gambill 1977 United States United States 2004 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 14 in 2001
Guillermo García-López 1983 Spain Spain Ranked world no. 23 in 2011
Chuck Garland 1898 1971 United States United States 1919, 1920 Wimbledon singles semifinalist • winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1920 Wimbledon champion, partnering Richard Norris Williams
Richard Gasquet 1986 France France 2007 and 2015 Wimbledon semifinalist • 2013 US Open semifinalist •2016 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 2007 — winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 2004 French Open champion, partnering Tatiana Golovin
Andrea Gaudenzi 1973 Italy Italy Ranked world no. 18 in 1995
Gastón Gaudio 1978 Argentina Argentina Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 2004 French Open champion • 2005 Tour Finals semifinalist • ranked world no. 5 in 2005
Vitas Gerulaitis 1954 1994 United States United States Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1977(December) Australian Open champion • 1979 U.S. Open finalist, 1978 and 1981 semifinalist • 1980 French Open finalist, 1979 semifinalist, 1982 quarterfinalist • 1977 and 1978 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1976 and 1982 quarterfinalist • 1979 and 1981 Masters Grand Prix finalist • ranked world no. 3 in 1978 - winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1975 Wimbledon champion, partnering Gene Mayer
Sam Giammalva 1934 United States United States Singles: 1955 U.S. Championships quarterfinalist
Sammy Giammalva, Jr. 1963 United States United States Singles: 1982 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Bob Giltinan 1949 Australia Australia Ranked world no. 16 in 1974 ◌ Singles: 1977(December) Australian Open semifinalist
Robby Ginepri 1982 United States United States Ranked world no. 15 in 2005 ◌ 2005 U.S. Open semifinalist
Andrés Gimeno 1938 Spain Spain 2009 Winner of one Grand Slam singles titles → 1972 French champion • ranked world no. 10 amateur in 1969
Juan Gisbert, Sr. 1942 Spain/Spain Spain 1968 Australian Championships finalist - 1975 Masters Grand Prix champion, partnering Manuel Orantes
Drew Gitlin 1958 United States United States 1982 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Brad Gilbert 1961 United States United States Ranked world no. 4 in 1990 ◌ Singles: 1987 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 1990 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1988 Olympics bronze medalist
Hans Gildemeister 1956 Chile Chile Ranked world no. 12 in 1980 ◌ Singles: 1978/1979/1980 French Open quarterfinalist
Shlomo Glickstein 1958 Israel Israel Ranked world no. 22 in 1982 ◌ Singles: 1981 Australian Open quarterfinalist
William Glyn 1860 1939 United States United States 1881 U.S. Championships singles finalist
André Gobert 1890 1951 France France 1912 Wimbledon singles finalist • winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1911 Wimbledon doubles champion • 1912 Olympic gold medalist singles, doubles
David Goffin 1990 Belgium Belgium Singles: 2016 French Open quarterfinalist • 2017 Australian Open quarterfinalist • Tour Finals finalist • ranked world no. 7 in 2017
Dan Goldie 1963 United States United States 1989 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Jérôme Golmard 1973 2017 France France Ranked world no. 22 in 1999
Andrés Gómez 1960 Ecuador Ecuador Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1990 French Open champion, 1984, 1986 and 1987 quarterfinalist • 1984 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1984 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 1990
Pancho Gonzales 1928 1995 United States United States 1968 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1948 and 1949 United States champion • 1968 French Open semifinalist • 1968 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • rated world no. 1 for 8 years, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959 and (as co-no.1) 1960
Fernando González 1980 Chile Chile 2007 Australian Open finalist • 2009 French Open semifinalist, 2003 and 2008 quarterfinalist • 2002 and 2009 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 2005 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 2008 Olympic silver medalist, 2004 bronze medalist • ranked world no. 5 in 2007 — winner of 1 Olympic doubles gold medal → 2004 gold medalist, partnering Nicolás Massú
Vere St. Leger Goold 1853 1909 Ireland Ireland 1879 Wimbledon finalist
Arthur Gore 1868 1928 United Kingdom Great Britain 2006 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1900, 1901 and 1909 Wimbledon champion • winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1909 • 1908 Olympic singles gold medallist • 1908 Olympic doubles gold medallist
Spencer Gore 1850 1906 United Kingdom Great Britain Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1877 Wimbledon champion, 1878 finalist
Tom Gorman 1946 United States United States 1971 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1972 U.S. Open semifinalist • 1973 French Open semifinalist • rated world no. 8 in 193
Brian Gottfried 1952 United States United States 1977 French Open finalist • 1980 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1978 quarterfinalist • 1977 and 1978 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 3 in 1977 - winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1975 and 1977 French Open champion, both partnering Raúl Ramírez • 1976 Wimbledon champion, partnering Ramírez
Georges Goven 1948 France France 1970 French Open semifinalist
Jim Grabb 1964 United States United States Ranked world no. 25 in 1985 – ranked doubles world no. 1 for 13 weeks → 1 week in 1989 and 6 in 1992, and 6 in 1993
Clark Graebner 1943 United States United States 1967 United States finalist, 1966 quarterfinalist; 1968 U.S. Open semifinalist, 1971 quarterfinalist • 1966 Australian quarterfinalist • 1968 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1969 and 1970 quarterfinalist • rated world no. 7 for 1968 - winner of 1 doubles Grand Slam title → 1966 French champion, partnering Dennis Ralston
Bryan Grant 1910 1986 United States United States 1972 1935 U.S. Open semifinalist • 1936, 1937 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 6 in 1937
Colin Gregory 1903 1959 United Kingdom Great Britain Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1929 Wimbledon champion • 1929 Australian Championships doubles finalist, 1929 Wimbledon doubles finalist, both partnering Ian Collins
Seymour Greenberg 1920 2006 United States United States 1942, 1943, 1944, and 1945 U.S. National Championships quarterfinalist
Charles Walder Grinstead 1860 1930 United Kingdom Great Britain Finalist in 1884 Wimbledon Championships – Gentlemen's Singles
Sébastien Grosjean 1978 France France 2001 Australian Open semifinalist, 2003, 2004 and 2006 quarterfinalist • 2001 French Open semifinalist, 2002 quarterfinalist • 2003 and 2004 Wimbledon semifinalist, 2005 quarterfinalist • 2001 Tennis Masters Cup finalist • winner of 1 ATP Masters Series event • ranked world no. 4 in 2002
Ernests Gulbis 1988 Latvia Latvia 2014 French Open semifinalist• ranked world no. 10 in 2014
Tim Gullikson 1951 1996 United States United States 1979 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 15 in 1979
Tom Gullikson 1951 United States United States 1982 U.S. Open quarterfinalist - winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 1984 U.S. Open champion, partnering Manuela Maleeva
István Gulyás 1931 2000 Hungary Hungary 1966 French finalist, 1971 quarterfinalist
Jan Gunnarsson 1962 Sweden Sweden 1989 Australian Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 25 in 1985
Heinz Günthardt 1959 Switzerland Switzerland 1985 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1985 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 22 in 1986
Magnus Gustafsson 1967 Sweden Sweden 1994 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 10 in 1991
Paul Haarhuis 1966 Netherlands Netherlands 1991 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 18 in 1995 — winner of 6 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1994 Australian Open champion, partnering Jacco Eltingh • 1994 U.S. Open champion, partnering Eltingh • 1995, 1998 and 2002 French Open champion, partnering Eltingh twice and then Yevgeny Kafelnikov • 1998 Wimbledon champion, partnering Eltingh • 1993 and 1998 ATP Tour World Championships titlist, both partnering Eltingh • ranked doubles world no. 1 for 70 weeks → 27 weeks in 1994, 27 weeks in 1995 and 16 weeks in 1999
Tommy Haas 1978 Germany Germany 2000 Olympic silver medalist • 1999/2002/2007 Australian Open semifinalist • 2009 Wimbledon semifinalist • 2004/2006/2007 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 2013 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 2 in 2002
Harold Hackett 1878 1937 United States United States 1961 1906 United States quarterfinalist - winner of 4 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1907, 1908, 1909 and 1910 United States champion, partnering Fred Alexander
Frank Hadow 1855 1946 United Kingdom Great Britain Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1878 Wimbledon champion, 1879 runner-up • rated world no. 1 for 1 year, 1878
Edward L. Hall 1872 1932 United States United States 1892 U.S. Championships singles semifinalist • 1892 U.S. Championships doubles finalist, partnering Valentine Hall
Valentine Hall 1867 1934 United States United States 1891 U.S. Championships singles semifinalist • winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1888, 1890 U.S. champion, partnering Oliver Campbell and Clarence Hobart
Willoughby Hamilton 1864 1943 Ireland Ireland Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1890 Wimbledon champion, 1889 semifinalist • rated co-world no. 1 for 2 years, 1889 and 1890
Victor Hănescu 1981 Romania Romania 2005 French Open quarterfinalist
Charles Hare 1915 1996 United Kingdom Great Britain 1937 French Championships singles quarterfinalist, 1937 U.S. Championships singles quarterfinalist
Rodney Harmon 1961 United States United States 1982 U.S. Open quarterfinalist
John Hartley 1849 1935 United Kingdom Great Britain 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
John Hawkes 1899 1990 Australia Australia Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1926 Australasian champion • 1928 French Championships singles semifinalist • winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1922, 1926, 1927 Australasian champion, partnering Gerald Patterson • winner of 5 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1922, 1926, 1927 Australasian champion, partnering Esna Boyd, 1923, 1928 U.S. champion, partnering Helen Wills
Charles Heathcote 1841 1915 United Kingdom Great Britain 1877 Wimbledon All-Comers semifinalist
Henner Henkel 1915 1943 Germany/Germany Germany Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1937 French champion • 1938, 1939 Wimbledon singles semifinalist • Winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1937 French champions, 1937 U.S. champion, partnering Gottfried von Cramm
Tim Henman 1974 United Kingdom Great Britain 1998, 1999, 2001 and 2002 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1996, 1997, 2003 and 2004 quarterfinalist • 2004 French Open semifinalist • 2004 U.S. Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 2002
John Hennessey 1900 1981 United States United States Rated world no. 8 in 1927 and 1928 – winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1928 U.S. champion, partnering George Lott
Pierre-Hugues Herbert 1991 France France Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2015 US Open doubles champion, partnering Nicolas Mahut
Bob Hewitt 1940 Australia Australia/South Africa South Africa 1960, 1962 and 1963 Australian semifinalist • 1962, 1964 and 1966 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1967 United States quarterfinalist - winner of 9 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1962, 1964, 1967, 1972 and 1978 Wimbledon champion, partnering for the first two Fred Stolle and for the final three Frew McMillan • 1963 and 1964 Australian champion, partnering Stolle • 1972 French Open champion, partnering McMillan • 1977 U.S. Open champion, partnering McMillan • 1977 Masters Grand Prix champion, partnering McMillan • ranked doubles world no. 1 for 6 weeks, in 1976 - winner of 6 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles → 1961 Australian champion, partnering Jan Lehane • 1970 and 1979 French Open champion, partnering Billie Jean King and Wendy Turnbull respectively • 1977 and 1979 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Greer Stevens • 1979 U.S. Open champion, partnering Stevens
Lleyton Hewitt 1981 Australia Australia Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 2001 U.S. Open champion, 2004 finalist, 2000/2002/2005 semifinalist, 2003/2006 quarterfinalist • 2002 Wimbledon champion, 2005 semifinalist, 2004/2006/2009 quarterfinalist • 2005 Australian Open finalist • 2001/2004 French Open quarterfinalist • 2001/2002 Tour Finals champion, 2004 finalist • ranked world no. 1 for 80 weeks • winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2000 U.S. Open champion, partnering Max Mirnyi
José Higueras 1953 Spain Spain 1982 and 1983 French Open semifinalist, 1977 and 1979 quarterfinalist - ranked world no. 6 in 1983
Jakob Hlasek 1964 Switzerland Switzerland 1991 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 22 in 1985 — winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1992 French Open champion, partnering Marc Rosset
Lew Hoad 1934 1994 Australia Australia 1980 Winner of 4 Grand Slam singles titles → 1956 and 1957 Wimbledon champion, 1953, 1954 and 1955 quarterfinalist • 1956 French champion, 1953 quarterfinalist • 1956 Australian champion, 1955 finalist, 1957 semifinalist • 1956 United States finalist, 1953 and 1955 semifinalist, 1951 and 1954 quarterfinalist • rated world no. 1 amateur for 1 year, 1956 - winner of 8 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1953, 1956 and 1957 Wimbledon champion, partnering Ken Rosewall, Rex Hartwig, and Rosewall respectively • 1953 and 1956 Australian champion, partnering Rosewell for the first two and then Neale Fraser • 1953 French champion, partnering Rosewell • 1956 United States champion, partnering Rosewell - winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 1954 French champion, partnering Maureen Connolly
Clarence Hobart 1870 1930 United States United States 1891, 1905 U.S. Championships singles finalist • 1898 Wimbledon singles semifinalist • winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1890, 1893, 1894 U.S. champion, partnering Valentine Hall and Fred Hovey • winner of 3 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles → 1892, 1893, 1905 U.S. champion
Henrik Holm 1968 Sweden Sweden Ranked world no. 17 in 1993
Ronald Holmberg 1938 United States United States 1959 U.S. Championships singles semifinalist • 1961 French Championships singles quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 1960
Greg Holmes 1963 United States United States Ranked world no. 22 in 1985
Chip Hooper 1958 United States United States Ranked world no. 17 in 1982
Harry Hopman 1906 1985 Australia Australia 1978 1930, 1931 and 1932 Australian Championships finalist • 1930 French Championships quarterfinalist • 1938, 1939 U.S. Championships quarterfinalist • winner of 2 Grand slam doubles titles → 1929, 1930 Australian champion, partnering Jack Crawford - winner of 5 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 1930, 1936, 1937 and 1938 Australian champion, partnering Nell Hall Hopman - United States champion, partnering Alice Marble.
Luis Horna 1980 Peru Peru winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2008 French Open champion, partnering Pablo Cuevas
Fred Hovey 1868 1945 United States United States 1974 1895 United States champion, 1896 finalist (results likely incomplete as drawsheets for other years unavailable)
G. Turner Howard III 1947 - United States United States Appeared in the first rounds of the 1966, 1970 and 1971 US Open
Dominik Hrbatý 1978 Slovakia Slovakia 1999 French Open semifinalist • 2001 and 2005 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 2004 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 12 in 2004
Jiří Hřebec 1950 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Ranked world no. 25 in 1974
Pat Hughes 1902 1997 United Kingdom Great Britain 1931 French Championships semifinalist – winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1933 French champion and 1934 Australian champion, partnering Fred Perry and 1936 Wimbledon champion, partnering Raymond Tuckey.
Joe Hunt 1919 1945 United States United States 1966 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1943 U.S. champion
Frank Hunter 1894 1981 United States United States 1961 1923 Wimbledon finalist • 1928 and 1929 United States finalist
Stephen Huss 1975 Australia Australia Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2005 Wimbledon champion, partnering Wesley Moodie
John Isner 1985 United States United States 2018 Wimbledon semifinalist • 2011/2018 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 8 in 2018
Goran Ivanišević 1971 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia / Croatia Croatia Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 2001 Wimbledon champion, 1992, 1994 and 1998 finalist • 1989, 1994 and 1997 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 1990, 1992 and 1994 French Open quarterfinalist • 1996 U.S. Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 2 in 1994
Sydney Jacob 1879 1977 India India 1925 French Championships singles semifinalist, 1925 Wimbledon singles quarterfinalist
Martín Jaite 1964 Argentina Argentina 1985 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 10 in 1990
François Jauffret 1942 France France 1974 French Open semifinalist, 1970 quarterfinalist; 1966 French Championships semifinalist • ranked world no. 20 in 1974
Anders Järryd 1961 Sweden Sweden 1987 and 1988 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 1985 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1985 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 5 in 1985 - winner of 8 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1983, 1987 and 1991 French Open champion, partnering Hans Simonsson, Robert Seguso and John Fitzgerald respectively • 1987 and 1991 U.S. Open champion, partnering Stefan Edberg and Fitzgerald respectively • 1989 and 1991 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Fitzgerald • 1987 Australian Open champion, partnering Edberg • 1985 and 1986 Masters Grand Prix champion, both partnering Edberg; 1991 ATP Tour World Championships titlist, partnering Fitzgerald • ranked doubles world no. 1 for 107 weeks → 6 weeks in 1985, 5 in 1986, 45 in 1988, 31 in 1989, 4 in 1990 and 16 in 1992
Joachim Johansson 1982 Sweden Sweden 2004 U.S. Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 9 in 2005
Thomas Johansson 1975 Sweden Sweden Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 2002 Australian Open champion • 2005 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1998/2000 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 2002
Donald Johnson 1968 United States United States Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2001 Wimbledon champion, partnering Jared Palmer
Bill Johnston 1894 1946 United States United States 1958 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1915 and 1919 United States champion1923 Wimbledon champion (results incomplete as tournament drawsheets unavailable) • co-rated world no. 1 for 1919 - winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1915, 1916 and 1920 United States champion, partnering Clarence Griffin - winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 1921 United States champion, partnering Mary Browne
Kelly Jones 1964 United States United States Ranked doubles world no. 1 for 1 week, in 1992
Boro Jovanović 1939 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 1968 French Open quarterfinalist
Yevgeny Kafelnikov 1974 Russia Russia Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles and 1 Olympic gold medal → 1996 French Open champion, 1995 semifinalist, 1997, 2000 and 2001 quarterfinalist • 1999 Australian Open champion, 2000 finalist, 1995, 1996 and 2001 quarterfinalist • 1999 and 2001 U.S. Open semifinalist • 1995 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 2000 Olympic gold medalistranked world no. 1 for 6 weeks, in 1999 — winner of 4 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1996, 1997 and 2002 French Open champion, partnering Daniel Vacek for the first two and Paul Haarhuis for the third • 1997 U.S. Open champion, partnering Vacek
Bernd Karbacher 1968 Germany Germany 1996 French Open quarterfinalist • 1996 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 22 in 1995
Ivo Karlović 1979 Croatia Croatia 2009 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 14 in 2008
Béla von Kehrling 1891 1937 Hungary Hungary 1926, 1929 French Championships quarterfinalist • 1929 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Karen Khachanov 1996 Russia Russia • ranked world no. 9 in 2019
Nicolas Kiefer 1977 Germany Germany 2006 Australian Open semifinalist, 1998/2000 quarterfinalist • 1997 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 2000 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 2004 Olympic doubles silver medalist partnering Rainer Schüttler • 1999 Tour Finals semifinalist • ranked world No 4 in 2000
Howard Kinsey 1899 1966 United States United States 1926 Wimbledon singles finalist • winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1924 French champion, 1926 US champion • 1926 Wimbledon mixed doubles finalist
Algernon Kingscote 1888 1964 United Kingdom Great Britain Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1919 Australian champion • 1919 Wimbledon singles finalist • 1920 Wimbledon doubles finalist
Vernon Kirby 1911 South Africa South Africa 1934 U.S. Championships singles semifinalist • 1934 Wimbledon singles quarterfinalist • 1931, 1937 French Championships doubles finalist • 1935 Australian Championships mixed doubles finalist
Martin Kližan 1989 Slovakia Slovakia Ranked world no. 24 in 2015
Percy Knapp 1863 1917 United States United States 1885, 1890 U.S. Championships singles finalist
Billy Knight 1935 United Kingdom Great Britain 1959 French quarterfinalist — winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 1959 French champion, partnering Yola Ramírez
Julian Knowle 1974 Austria Austria Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2007 U.S. Open champion, partnering Simon Aspelin
Mark Knowles 1971 The Bahamas Bahamas Winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 2002 Australian Open champion, partnering Daniel Nestor • 2004 U.S. Open champion, partnering Nestor • 2007 French Open champion, partnering Nestor • 2007 Tennis Masters Cup champion, partnering Nestor • ranked doubles world no. 1 for 65 weeks → 16 weeks in 2002, 23 in 2003, 13 in 2004 and 13 in 2005 — winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 2009 Wimbledon champion, partnering Anna-Lena Grönefeld
Thomaz Koch 1945 Brazil Brazil 1969 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 24 in 1974 — winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 1975 French Open champion, partnering Fiorella Bonicelli
Jan Kodeš 1946 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia 1990 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1970 and 1971 French Open champion, 1972 and 1973 quarterfinalist • 1973 Wimbledon champion, 1972 semifinalist, 1974 quarterfinalist • 1971 and 1973 U.S. Open finalist, 1976 quarterfinalist
Philipp Kohlschreiber 1983 Germany Germany 2012 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 16 in 2012
Petr Korda 1968 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia / Czech Republic Czech Republic Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1998 Australian Open champion, 1993 quarterfinalist • 1992 French Open finalist • 1998 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1995 and 1997 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 2 in 1998
Stefan Koubek 1977 Austria Austria 2002 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 20 in 2000
Jan Koželuh 1904 1979 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 1926 and 1927 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Karel Koželuh 1895 1950 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 2006 Rated professionial world no. 1 for four years, 1926, 1927, 1928 and 1929
Richard Krajicek 1971 Netherlands Netherlands Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1996 Wimbledon champion, 1998 semifinalist • 1992 Australian Open semifinalist • 1993 French Open semifinalist, 1996 quarterfinalist • 1997, 1999 and 2000 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 1999
Jack Kramer 1921 2009 United States United States 1968 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1946 and 1947 United States champion, 1943 finalist, 1941 quarterfinalist • 1947 Wimbledon championrated world no. 1 for 5 years → 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950 and 1951 — winner of 6 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1940, 1941, 1943, 1947 United States champion, all partnering Ted Schroeder • 1946 and 1947 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Schroeder — winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 1941 United States champion, partnering Sarah Palfrey Cooke
Oscar Kreuzer 1887 1968 Germany Germany 1913 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1912 Olympic singles bronze medalist
Aaron Krickstein 1967 United States United States 1989 U.S. Open semifinalist, 1988 and 1990 quarterfinalist • 1995 Australian Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 6 in 1990
Johan Kriek 1958 South Africa South Africa/United States USA Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1981 and 1982 Australian Open champion, 1984 semifinalist, 1983 and 1985 quarterfinalist • 1986 French Open semifinalist • 1981 and 1982 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1980 U.S. Open semifinalist, 1978 and 1979 quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 1984
Ramanathan Krishnan 1937 India India 1960 and 1961 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1962 French quarterfinalist
Ramesh Krishnan 1961 India India 1981 and 1987 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 1986 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 23 in 1985
Paul Kronk 1954 Australia Australia 1978 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Łukasz Kubot 1982 Poland Poland Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2014 Australian Open doubles champion, partnering Robert Lindstedt • 2013 Wimbledon singles quarterfinalist
Gustavo Kuerten 1976 Brazil Brazil 2012 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1997/2000/2001 French Open champion, 1999/2004 quarterfinalist • 1999 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1999/2001 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 2000 Tennis Masters Cup champion • ranked world no. 1 for 43 weeksin 2000-2001
Karol Kučera 1974 Slovakia Slovakia 1998 Australian Open semifinalist, 1999 quarterfinalist • 1998 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 6 in 1998
Nicklas Kulti 1971 Sweden Sweden 1992 French Open quarterfinalist
Ichiya Kumagae 1890 1968 Japan Japan 1918 U.S. Championships singles semifinalist • 1920 Olympics singles and doubles silver medalist
Nick Kyrgios 1995 Australia Australia 2015 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 2014 Wimbledon quarterfinalist •Ranked world no. 13 in 2016
René Lacoste 1904 1996 France France 1976 Winner of 7 Grand Slam singles titles → 1925, 1927 and 1929 French champion, 1926 and 1928 finalist • 1925 and 1928 Wimbledon champion, 1924 finalist, 1927 semifinalist • 1926 and 1927 United States championrated world no. 1 for 2 years — winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1925 and 1929 French champion, both partnering Jean Borotra • 1925 Wimbledon champion, partnering Borotra
Nicolás Lapentti 1976 Ecuador Ecuador 1999 Australian Open semifinalist • 2002 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 6 in 1999
Sébastien Lareau 1973 Canada Canada Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title and 1 Olympic doubles gold medal → 1999 U.S. Open doubles champion, partnering Alex O'Brien • 2000 Olympic doubles gold medalist, partnering Daniel Nestor • 1999 Tennis Masters Cup champion, partnering O'Brien
William Larned 1872 1926 United States United States 1956 Winner of 7 Grand Slam singles titles → 1901, 1902, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 and 1911 United States champion, 1900 and 1903 finalist • rated world no. 1 for 5 years → 1901 and 1902 (co-rated), 1908, 1909 and 1910
Art Larsen 1925 2012 United States United States 1969 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1950 United States champion, 1954 finalist
Magnus Larsson 1970 Sweden Sweden 1994 French Open semifinalist • 1993, 1997 and 1998 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 10 in 1995
Rod Laver 1938 Australia Australia 1981 Winner of 11 Grand Slam titles → 1960 and 1962 Australian champion, 1961 finalist; 1969 Australian Open champion1962 French champion, 1961 semifinalist; 1969 French Open champion, 1968 finalist • 1961, 1962, 1968 and 1969 Wimbledon champion, 1959 and 1960 finalist, 1971 quarterfinalist • 1962 United States champion, 1960 and 1961 finalist, 1959 quarterfinalist; 1969 U.S. Open champion • 1970 Masters Grand Prix finalist • rated world no. 1 for 7 years → 1964 (co-rated), 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970 (co-rated) - winner of 6 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1959, 1960 and 1961 Australian champion, partnering Bob Mark; 1969 Australian Open champion, partnering Roy Emerson • 1961 French champion, partnering Emerson • 1971 Wimbledon champion, partnering Emerson - winner of 3 mixed doubles Grand Slam titles → 1959 and 1960 Wimbledon champion, partnering Darlene Hard • 1961 French champion, partnering Hard
Herbert Lawford 1851 1925 United Kingdom Great Britain 2006 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1887 Wimbledon champion, 1880, 1884, 1885, 1886 and 1888 finalist, 1878, 1881 and 1882 and All-Comers semifinalist
Rick Leach 1964 United States United States Winner of 5 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1988, 1989 and 2000 Australian Open champion, partnering Jim Pugh for the first two and Ellis Ferreira for the last one • 1990 Wimbledon champion, partnering Pugh • 1993 U.S. Open champion, partnering Ken Flach • 1988 Masters Grand Prix champion, partnering Pugh; 1997 ATP Tour World Championships titlist, partnering Jonathan Stark; 2001 ATP World Doubles Challenge Cup champion, partnering Ferreira • ranked doubles world no. 1 for 9 weeks, in 1990 - winner of 4 mixed doubles titles → 1995 and 1997 Australian Open champion, Natasha Zvereva and Manon Bollegraf respectively • 1990 Wimbledon champion, partnering Zina Garrison • 1997 U.S. Open champion, partnering Bollegraf
Henri Leconte 1963 France France 1988 French Open finalist, 1986 semifinalist, 1985 and 1990 quarterfinalist • 1986 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1985 and 1987 quarterfinalist • 1986 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 5 in 1986 - winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1984 French Open champion, partnering Yannick Noah
Harry Lee 1907 1998 United Kingdom Great Britain 1933 French Championships singles semifinalist, 1934 Australian Championships singles quarterfinalist
Ivan Lendl 1960 Czech Republic Czechoslovakia/United States United States 2001 winner of 8 Grand Slam singles titles → 1984, 1986 and 1987 French Open champion, 1981 and 1985 finalist, 1983 and 1988 quarterfinalist • 1985, 1986 and 1987 U.S. Open champion, 1982, 1983 and 1984 finalist, 1991 semifinalist, 1980, 1990 and 1992 quarterfinalist • 1989 and 1990 Australian Open champion, 1983 and 1991 finalist, 1985, 1987 and 1988 semifinalist, 1992 quarterfinalist • 1986 and 1987 Wimbledon finalist, 1983, 1984, 1988, 1989 and 1990 semifinalist • 1981, 1982, 1985, 1986 and 1987 Masters Grand Prix champion • ranked world no. 1 for 270 weeks → 17 weeks in 1983, 15 in 1984, 17 in 1985, 52 in 1986, 52 in 1987, 37 in 1988, 48 in 1989 and 32 in 1990
Ernest Lewis 1867 1930 United Kingdom Great Britain 1886, 1888, 1892, 1894 Wimbledon finalist
Chris Lewis 1957 New Zealand New Zealand 1983 Wimbledon finalist • ranked world no. 19 in 1979
Robert Lindstedt 1977 Sweden Sweden Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2014 Australian Open doubles champion, partnering Łukasz Kubot
Ivan Ljubičić 1979 Croatia Croatia 2006 French Open semifinalist • 2006 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 3 in 2006 - 2004 Olympic Games doubles bronze medalist
Michaël Llodra 1980 France France Winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 2003 and 2004 Australian Open champion, both partnering Fabrice Santoro • 2007 Wimbledon champion, partnering Arnaud Clément • 2012 Olympic silver medalist in doubles partnering [Jo-Wilfried Tsonga] • ranked No. 21 in 2011
John Lloyd 1954 United Kingdom Great Britain 1977 (December) Australian Open finalist, 1985 quarterfinalist • 1984 U.S. Open quarterfinalist - winner of 3 mixed doubles Grand Slam titles → 1983 and 1984 Wimbledon champion, partnering Wendy Turnbull • 1982 French Open champion, partnering Turnbull
Feliciano López 1981 Spain Spain 2005/2008/2011 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 2015 US Open quarterfinalist • 2016 French open doubles champion partnering Marc Lopez • ranked world no. 12 in 2015
George Lott 1906 1991 United States United States 1964 1931 United States finalist (likely incomplete as drawsheets prior to 1933 are unavailable) - winner of 8 doubles Grand Slam titles → 1928, 1929, 1930, 1933 and 1934 United States champion, partnering John Hennessey, John Doeg, Doeg again, Lester Stoefen and Stoefen again, respectively • 1931 and 1934 Wimbledon champion, partnering John Van Ryn and Stoefen respectively • 1931 French champion, partnering Van Ryn - winner of 4 mixed doubles Grand Slam titles → 1929, 1931 and 1934 United States champion, partnering Betty Nuthall, Nuthall again, and Helen Jacobs, respectively • 1931 Wimbledon champion, partnering Anna McCune Harper
Gordon Lowe 1884 1972 United Kingdom Great Britain Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1915 Australian champion • 1911, 1923 Wimbledon semifinalist
Yen-hsun Lu 1983 Taiwan Chinese Taipei 2010 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Peter Lundgren 1965 Sweden Sweden Ranked world no. 25 in 1987
Jan-Erik Lundqvist 1937 Sweden Sweden 1961, 1964 French Championships singles semifinalist • ranked world no. 3 in 1964
Bob Lutz 1949 United States United States 1970 Australian Open semifinalist • 1969 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1980 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • rated world no. 7 in 1972 - winner of 5 doubles Grand Slam titles → 1968, 1974, 1978 and 1980 U.S. Open champion, all partnering Stan Smith • 1970 Australian Open champion, partnering Smith
Randolph Lycett 1886 1935 United Kingdom Great Britain 1922 Wimbledon singles finalist, 1905 Australian singles semifinalist • Winner of 5 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1905, 1911 Australian champion, 1921, 1922, 1923 Wimbledon champion • Winner of 3 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles → 1919, 1921, 1923 Wimbledon champion
George Lyttleton-Rogers 1906 1963 United Kingdom Great Britain 1930, 1932 French Championships quarterfinalist
Barry MacKay 1935 2012 United States United States 1959 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1958 and 1960 quarterfinalist • 1959 Australian semifinalist • 1959 United States quarterfinalist
Harold Mahoney 1867 1905 United Kingdom Great Britain Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1896 Wimbledon champion • 1900 Olympics singles and doubles silver medalist
Nicolas Mahut 1982 France France Winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 2015 US Open doubles champion, and 2016 Wimbledon doubles champion, partnering Pierre-Hugues Herbert in both.
Gene Mako 1916 2013 United States United States 1973 1938 United States finalist • 1938 Australian quarterfinalist • rated world no. 9 in 1938 – winner of 4 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1936 and 1938 United States champion, both partnering Don Budge • 1937 and 1938 Wimbledon champion, partnering Budge – winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 1936 U.S. mixed doubles champion, partnering Alice Marble
Xavier Malisse 1980 Belgium Belgium Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title ◌ Singles: 2002 Wimbledon semifinalist • ranked world no. 19 in 2002 ◌ Doubles: 2004 French Open champion [partnering Olivier Rochus] • ranked world no. 25 in 2011
Boris Maneff 1916 1960 Switzerland Switzerland 1936 French Championships quarterfinalist
Amos Mansdorf 1965 Israel Israel 1992 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 18 in 1987
Alberto Mancini 1969 Argentina Argentina 1989 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 8 in 1989
Gregory Mangin 1907 1978 United States United States 1928, 1930, 1933, 1935, 1926 U.S. Championships singles quarterfinalist • 1930 Wimbledon singles quarterfinalist • 1933 French Championships singles quarterfinalist • 1931 U.S. Championships doubles finalist
Bruce Manson 1956 United States United States 1981 U.S. Open quarterfinalist
Félix Mantilla 1974 Spain Spain Singles: 1997 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 1998 French Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 10 in 1998
John Marks 1952 Australia Australia Singles: 1978 Australian Open finalist
William Marshall 1849 1921 United Kingdom Great Britain Singles: 1877 Wimbledon runner-up
Billy Martin 1956 United States United States Winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title ◌ Singles: 1977 Wimbledon quarterfinalist ◌ Mixed doubles: 1980 U.S. Open champion, partnering Anne Smith
Todd Martin 1970 United States United States 1994 Australian Open finalist, 1999 and 2001 quarterfinalist • 1999 U.S. Open finalist, 1994 and 2000 semifinalist • 1994 and 1996 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1993 and 1999 quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 1999
Nicolás Massú 1979 Chile Chile Winner of 2 Olympic gold medals ◌ Singles: 2004 Olympic gold medalist • ranked world no. 9 in 2004 ◌ Doubles: 2004 gold medalist, partnering Fernando González
Geoff Masters 1950 Australia Australia Winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles and 1 mixed doubles title ◌ Singles: 1974 Australian Open quarterfinalist ◌ Doubles: 1974 Australian Open champion • 1977 U.S. Open champion ◌ Mixed doubles: 1974 U.S. Open champion
Wally Masur 1963 Australia Australia Singles: 1987 Australian Open semifinalist, 1983 quarterfinalist • 1993 U.S. Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 15 in 1993
Paul-Henri Mathieu 1982 France France Ranked world no. 12 in 2008
Shuzo Matsuoka 1967 Japan Japan Singles: 1995 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Andreas Maurer 1958 West Germany West Germany Ranked world no. 24 in 1986
Theodore Mavrogordato 1883 1941 United Kingdom Great Britain Singles: 1909/1914/1920 Wimbledon semifinalist ◌ Doubles: 1914 Wimbledon finalist
Florian Mayer 1983 Germany Germany Singles: 2004/2012 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 18 in 2011
Gene Mayer 1956 United States United States 1980 and 1982 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1982 and 1984 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 1980 — winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1978 and 1979 French Open champion, partnering Hank Pfister and Sandy Mayer respectively
Leonardo Mayer 1987 Argentina Argentina Ranked world no. 21 in 2015
Sandy Mayer 1952 United States United States 1973 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1978 and 1983 quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 1982 — winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1975 Wimbledon champion, partnering Vitas Gerulaitis • 1979 French Open champion, partnering Gene Mayer
Tim Mayotte 1960 United States United States 1983 Australian Open semifinalist, 1981 quarterfinalist • 1982 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1981, 1983, 1986, 1988 and 1989 quarterfinalist • 1989 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 1988
John McEnroe 1959 United States United States 1999 Winner of 7 Grand Slam singles titles → 1979, 1980, 1981 and 1984 U.S. Open champion, 1985 finalist, 1978, 1982 and 1990 semifinalist, 1987 quarterfinalist • 1981, 1983 and 1984 Wimbledon champion, 1980 and 1982 finalist, 1977, 1989 and 1992 semifinalist, 1985 quarterfinalist • 1984 French Open finalist, 1985 semifinalist, 1981 and 1983 quarterfinalist • 1983 Australian Open semifinalist, 1985, 1989 and 1992 quarterfinalist • 1978, 1983 and 1984 Masters Grand Prix champion, 1982 finalist • ranked world no. 1 for 170 weeks → 4 weeks in 1980, 23 in 1981, 45 in 1982, 26 in 1983, 37 in 1984, 35 in 1985 — winner of 9 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1979, 1981, 1983, 1984 and 1992 Wimbledon champion, the first four partnering Peter Fleming and the fifth partnering Michael Stich • 1979, 1981, 1983 and 1989 U.S. Open champion, the first three partnering Fleming and the fourth partnering Mark Woodforde • 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 and 1984 Masters Grand Prix doubles champion, all partnering Fleming • ranked world no. 1 for 267 weeks → 37 weeks in 1979, 52 in 1980, 41 in 1981, 48 in 1982, 52 in 1983, 37 in 1984 - winner of 1 mixed Grand Slam doubles title → 1977 French Open champion, partnering Mary Carillo
Patrick McEnroe 1966 United States USA 1991 Australian Open semifinalist • 1995 U.S. Open quarterfinalist — winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1989 French Open champion, partnering Jim Grabb
Vivian McGrath 1916 1978 Australia Australia Winner of 1 Grand Slam title → 1927 Australian champion • winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1935 Australian champion, partnering John Bromwich • 1933, 1934, 1935 French Championship doubles finalist
Ken McGregor 1929 2007 Australia Australia 1999 Winner of 1 Grand Slam title → 1952 Australian champion, 1950 and 1951 finalist • 1951 Wimbledon finalist, 1952 quarterfinalist - winner of 7 Grand Slam doubles titles, all partnering Frank Sedgman → 1951 and 1952 French champion • 1951 and 1952 Wimbledon champion • 1951 and 1952 Australian champion • 1951 United States champion - winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles champion → 1950 United States champion, partnering Margaret Osborne duPont
Chuck McKinley 1941 1986 United States United States 1986 Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1963 Wimbledon champion, 1961 finalist, 1964 semifinalist • 1962, 1963 and 1964 United States semifinalist, 1960 quarterfinalist - winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1961, 1963 and 1964 United States champion, all partnering Dennis Ralston
Maurice McLoughlin 1890 1957 United States United States 1957 Winner of 2 Grand Slam titles → 1912 and 1913 United States champion, 1911, 1914 and 1915 finalist • 1913 Wimbledon finalist (results likely incomplete as most drawsheets are unavailable) • rated world no. 1 for 1 year, 1914 - winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1912, 1913 and 1914 United States champion, all partnering Tom Bundy
Peter McNamara 1955 Australia Australia • 1980 Australian Open semifinalist, 1981 quarterfinalist • 1981 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1982 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 1983 (may be higher as rankings before 1983 are incomplete) - winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1980 and 1982 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Paul McNamee • 1979 Australian Open champion, partnering McNamee
Paul McNamee 1954 Australia Australia Ranked world no. 24 in 1986
Don McNeill 1918 1996 United States United States 1965 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1939 French champion, 1940 United States champion • Winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1939 French champion, 1944 United States champion
Frew McMillan 1942 South Africa South Africa 1992
Miloslav Mečíř 1964 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 1988 Olympic gold medalist • 1986 US Open finalist, 1987 quarterfinalist • 1989 Australian Open finalist, 1987 quarterfinalist • 1987 French Open semifinalist • 1988 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1986 quarterfinalist
Andrei Medvedev 1974 Soviet Union Soviet Union / Ukraine Ukraine 1999 French Open finalist, 1993 semifinalist, 1994 quarterfinalist • 1993 US Open quarterfinalist • 1995 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 1994
Ernest George Meers 1848 1928 United Kingdom Great Britain 1889 U.S. Championships singles semifinalist • 1895 Wimbledon singles semifinalist • 1888 Wimbledon doubles all-comers finalist, partnering A.G. Ziffo
Karl Meiler 1949 West Germany West Germany Ranked world no. 20 in 1973
Fernando Meligeni 1971 Brazil Brazil 1999 French Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 25 in 1999
Jürgen Melzer 1981 Austria Austria 2010 French Open semifinalist • winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles title → 2010 Wimbledon and 2011 US Open champion (both with Philipp Petzschner), winner of 1 Grand Slam Mixed double title → 2011 Wimbledon champion with Iveta Benešová • ranked world no. 8 in 2011
Roderich Menzel 1907 1987 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 1938 French Championships singles finalist • 1935 U.S. Championships mixed doubles finalist, partnering Kay Stammers
Giuseppe Merlo 1926 Italy Italy 1955, 1956 French Championships singles semifinalist
Alex Metreveli 1944 Soviet Union Soviet Union 1973 Wimbledon finalist, 1972/1974 quarterfinalist • 1972 French Open semifinalist • 1972 Australian Open semifinalist, 1973/1975 quarterfinalist • 1974 US Open quarterfinalist
Max Mirnyi 1977 Belarus Belarus 2002 US Open quarterfinalist • world no. 18 in 2003 — winner of 6 Grand Slam doubles titles → 2000/2002 US Open champion (respectively with L. Hewitt, and Bhupathi) • 2005/2006/2011/2012 French Open champion (2005/06 with Björkman, 11/12 with Nestor) — winner of 4 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles → 1998 Wimbledon champion (with Serena Williams) • 1998/2007/2013 US Open champion (respectively with Serena Williams, Azarenka, and Hlaváčková) - 2012 Olympic mixed doubles gold medalist with Victoria Azarenka
Dragutin Mitić 1917 1986 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 1938, 1946, 1949 French Championships singles quarterfinalist — winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles → 1938 French champion
Juan Mónaco 1984 Argentina Argentina Ranked world no. 10 in 2012
Gaël Monfils 1986 France France 2008 French Open semifinalist •2016 US Open semifinalist •2016 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 6 in 2016
Albert Montañés 1980 Spain Spain Ranked world no. 22 in 2010
Wesley Moodie 1979 South Africa South Africa Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2005 Wimbledon champion (with Huss) • 2009 French Open doubles finalist (with Dick Norman)
Edgar Moon 1904 1976 Australia Australia 1930 Australian champion • 1930 French Championships singles quarterfinalist — winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1932 Australian champion — winner of 2 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 1929, 1934 Australian champion
Raymond Moore 1946 South Africa South Africa 1977 US Open quarterfinalist
Enrique Morea 1920 2006 Argentina Argentina 1953, 1954 French Championships singles semifinalist — winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles → 1950 French champion
Umberto De Morpurgo 1896 1961 Italy Italy 1930 French Championships singles semifinalist, 1928 Wimbledon singles quarterfinalist
Buster Mottram 1955 United Kingdom Great Britain Ranked world no. 15 in 1983
Carlos Moyá 1976 Spain Spain Winner of 1 Grand Slam title → 1998 French Open champion, 2003/2004/2007 quarterfinalist • 1997 Australian Open finalist, 2001 quarterfinalist • 1998 US Open semifinalist, 2007 quarterfinalist • 1998 Tour Finals finalist, 1997/2002 semifinalist • ranked world no. 1 for 2 weeks in 1999
Marty Mulligan 1940 Australia Australia 1962 Wimbledon finalist; 1959, 1962 and 1970 French Open quarterfinalist
Gardnar Mulloy 1913 2016 United States United States 1972 1952 U.S. finalist, 1942/1946/1950 semifinalist, 1947/1949/1951/1953 quarterfinalist • 1947 Australian semifinalist • 1948 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1950 quarterfinalist • 1952/1953/1954 French quarterfinalist — winner of 4 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1942/1945/1946/1948 U.S. champion, partnering Bill Talbert
Gilles Müller 1983 Luxembourg Luxembourg 2008 U.S. Open quarterfinalist
Andy Murray 1987 United Kingdom Great Britain Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 2012 US Open champion, 2008 finalist, 2011 semifinalist, 2013/2014/2016 quarterfinalist •2013 and 2016 Wimbledon Champion, 2012 finalist, 2009/2010/2011/2015 semifinalist, 2008/2014 quarterfinalist •2010/2011/2013/2015/2016 Australian Open finalist, 2012 semifinalist, 2014 quarterfinalist •2016 French Open finalist, 2011/2014/2015 semifinalist 2009/2012 quarterfinalist • 2016 Tour Finals champion, 2008/2010/2012 semifinalist •winner of 2 Olympic singles gold medals → 2012 and 2016 Olympic gold medalist, 2012 Olympic mixed doubles silver medalist •ranked world no. 1 for 41 weeks (2016–17)
Jamie Murray 1983 United Kingdom Great Britain Winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 2007 Wimbledon champion, partnering Jelena Jankovic and 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 2016 Australian and US doubles Opens partnering Bruno Soares.
Robert Murray 1892 1970 United States United States 1958 1917/1918 U.S. champion
Thomas Muster 1967 Austria Austria Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1995 French Open champion, 1990 semifinalist • 1989/1997 Australian Open semifinalist, 1994 quarterfinalist • 1993/1994/1996 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 1 for 6 weeks
Rafael Nadal 1986 Spain Spain Winner of 17 Grand Slam singles titles including a career Grand Slam achieved in 2010 and 2 Olympic gold medals → 2005/2006/2007/2008/2010/2011/2012/2013/2014/2017/2018 French Open champion (11), 2015 quarterfinalist • 2008/2010 Wimbledon champion (2), 2006/2007/2011 finalist • 2010/2013/2017 US Open champion (3), 2011 finalist, 2008/2009 semifinalist, 2006 quarterfinalist • 2009 Australian Open champion, 2012/2014/2017 finalist, 2008 semifinalist, 2007/2010/2011/2015 quarterfinalist • 2010/2013 Tour Finals finalist, 2006/2007/2015 semifinalist • 2008 Olympic single gold medalist, 2016 Olympic double gold medalist (w/Marc Lopez) •reigning world no. 1 since August 2017
David Nalbandian 1982 Argentina Argentina 2006 Australian Open semifinalist, 2003/2004/2005 quarterfinalist • 2004/2006 French Open semifinalist • 2002 Wimbledon finalist, 2005 quarterfinalist • 2003 US Open semifinalist, 2005 quarterfinalist• 2005 Tour Finals champion, 2006 semifinalist • ranked world no. 3 in 2006
Ilie Năstase 1946 Romania Romania 1991 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1972 US Open champion, 1976 semifinalist, 1975 quarterfinalist • 1973 French Open champion, 1971 finalist, 1970/1974/1977 quarterfinalist • 1972/1976 Wimbledon finalist, 1977/1978 quarterfinalist • 1971/1972/1973/1975 Masters champion, 1974 finalist • ranked world no. 1 for 40 weeks and for 1973
Carr Neel 1873 1949 United States United States 1895, 1896 U.S. Championships singles semifinalist • Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1896 U.S. champion, partnering Sam Neel
Daniel 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
John Newcombe 1944 Australia Australia 1986 Winner of 7 Grand Slam singles titles → 1967/1970/1971 Wimbledon champion, 1969 finalist, 1974 quarterfinalist • 1967/1973 US Open champion, 1969/1970/1974 semifinalist, 1968 quarterfinalist • 1973/1975 Australian Open champion, 1976 finalist, 1969/1970/1972/1974/1977[Dec] quarterfinalist • 1969 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 1
Kurt Nielsen 1930 2011 Denmark Denmark 1953/1955 Wimbledon finalist • French quarterfinalist (twice) • U.S. quarterfinalist — winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 1957 U.S. mixed doubles champion, partnering Althea Gibson
Jarkko Nieminen 1981 Finland Finland 2005 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • 2006 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 2008 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 13 in 2006
Nathaniel Niles 1886 1932 United States United States 1917 U.S. Championships singles finalist • 1908 U.S. champion mixed doubles, partnering Edith Rotch
Harold Nisbet 1873 1937 United Kingdom Great Britain 1897 U.S. Championships singles finalist • 1896, 1900 Wimbledon singles semifinalist • 1896, 1898, 1899, 1900 Wimbledon doubles finalist • 1897 U.S. Championships doubles finalist
Kei Nishikori 1989 Japan Japan 2012,2015,2016 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 2014 US Open finalist • 2015 French Open quarterfinalist • 2014,2016 Tour finals semifinalist • 2016 Olympic bronze medalist • ranked world no.4 in 2015
Yannick Noah 1960 France France 2005 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1983 French Open champion, 1981/1982/1984/1987 quarterfinalist • 1990 Australian Open semifinalist, 1987 quarterfinalist • 1983/1985/1989 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 3 in 1986
Magnus Norman 1976 Sweden Sweden 2000 French Open finalist, 1997 quarterfinalist • 2000 Australian Open semifinalist • Ranked world no.2 in 2000
Brian Norton 1899 1956 South Africa South Africa 1921 Wimbledon finalist • winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1923 U.S. champion
Karel Nováček 1965 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia / Czech Republic Czech Republic 1994 US Open semifinalist • 1987/1993 French Open quarterfinalist
Jiří Novák 1975 Czech Republic Czech Republic 2002 Australian Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 5 in 2002
Hans Nüsslein 1910 1991 Germany / Germany Germany 2006
Joakim Nyström 1963 Sweden Sweden Ranked world no. 7 in 1986
Alex O'Brien 1970 United States United States
Tom Okker 1944 Netherlands Netherlands 1968 US Open finalist, 1971 semifinalist • 1969 French Open semifinalist, 1973 quarterfinalist • 1971 Australian Open semifinalist, 1970 quarterfinalist • 1978 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1968/1969/1975/1979 quarterfinalist ◌ Doubles:
Alex Olmedo 1936 Peru Peru / United States United States 1987 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
Manuel Orantes 1949 Spain/Spain Spain 2012 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1975 US Open champion, 1976/1977 quarterfinalist • 1974 French Open finalist, 1972 semifinalist, 1976/1978 quarterfinalist • 1972 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1968 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 1976 Masters champion
Jim Osborne 1945 United States United States 1971 U.S. Open quarterfinalist
Rafael Osuna 1938 1969 Mexico Mexico 1979 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
Leander Paes 1973 India India 1996 Olympic bronze medalist — winner of 8 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1999/2001/2009 French Open champion, partnering Mahesh Bhupathi in the first two, and Lukáš Dlouhý in the last • 1999 Wimbledon champion, partnering Bhupathi • 2006/2009/2013 US Open champion, partnering Martin Damm Dlouhý and Radek Štepánek respectively • 2012 Australian Open champion partnering Štepánek — winner of 10 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles → 1999/2003/2010/2015 Wimbledon champion, partnering Lisa Raymond,Martina Navratilova,Cara Black, and Martina Hingis respectively • 2003/2010/2015 Australian Open champion, partnering Navratilova, Black, and Hingis • 2008/2015 US Open champion partnering Black and Hingis • 2016 French Open Champion partnering Hingis
Dinny Pails 1921 1986 Australia Australia Winner of 1 Grand Slam title → 1946 Australian champion, 1947 finalist • 1947 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1946 quarterfinalist
Benoit Paire 1989 France France Ranked world no. 18 in 2016
Josip Palada 1912 1994 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 1938 French Championships singles semifinalist
Antonio Palafox 1936 Mexico Mexico Winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1962 U.S. National champion • 1963 Wimbledon champion
Jared Palmer 1971 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
Adriano Panatta 1950 Italy Italy Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1976 French Open champion, 1973/1975 semifinalist, 1972/1977 quarterfinalist • 1979 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1976 Davis Cup champion • ranked world no. 4 in 1976
Jahial Parmly Paret 1870 1952 United States United States 1899 U.S. Championships singles finalist
James Cecil Parke 1881 1946 United Kingdom Great Britain Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1912 Australian champion • Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1912 Australian champion
Frank Parker 1916 1997 United States United States 1966 Winner of 4 Grand Slam singles titles → 1944, 1945 U.S. champion, 1948, 1949 French champion • 1937 Wimbledon singles semifinalist • winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1943 U.S. champion, 1949 French champion, 1949 Wimbledon champion
C. F. Parr ? ? ? 1879 Wimbledon All-Comers semifinalist
Onny Parun 1947 New Zealand New Zealand 1973 Australian Open finalist • 1975 French Open quarterfinalist • 1971/1972 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1973 US Open quarterfinalist
Charlie Pasarell 1944 United States United States 2013[a] 1965 U.S. quarterfinalist • 1976 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
David Pate 1962 United States United States Ranked world no. 18 in 1987
Gerald Patterson 1895 1967 Australia Australia 1989 Rated co-world no. 1 in 1919 with "Little Bill" Johnston
Andrew Pattison 1949 Rhodesia Rhodesia Ranked world no. 24 in 1974
Budge Patty 1924 United States United States 1977 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1950 French champion • 1950 Wimbledon champion, 1949 finalist, 1947 semifinalist — winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1957 Wimbledon champion — winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 1946 French champion
Andrei Pavel 1974 Romania Romania 2002 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 13 in 2004
Victor Pecci 1955 Paraguay Paraguay Ranked world no. 9 in 1980
Theodore Pell 1879 1967 United States United States 1966 1915 United States semifinalist
Pierre Pellizza 1917 France France 1946 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Guillermo Pérez Roldán 1969 Argentina Argentina Ranked world no. 13 in 1988
Mikael Pernfors 1963 Sweden Sweden 1986 French Open finalist • 1990 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 10 in 1986
Fred Perry 1909 1995 United Kingdom Great Britain 1975 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 • rated world no. 1 for 5 years
Yvon Petra 1916 1984 France France 2016 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1946 Wimbledon champion, 1947 quarterfinalist
Hank Pfister 1953 United States United States 1978/1981/1982 Australian Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 19 in 1983
Mark Philippoussis 1976 Australia Australia 1998 US Open finalist • 2003 Wimbledon finalist, 1998/1999/2000 quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 8 in 1999
Barry Phillips-Moore 1937 Australia Australia 1968 Australian Championships semifinalist • 1971 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Nicola Pietrangeli 1933 Italy Italy 1986 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1959 and 1960 French Open champion, 1961 and 1964 finalist, 1960 Wimbledon semifinalist • ranked world no. 3 in 1959
Nikola Pilić 1939 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 1973 French Open singles finalist • 1970 US Open doubles champion
Joshua Pim 1869 1942 Republic of Ireland Ireland Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1893, 1894 Wimbledon champion
Libor Pimek 1963 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Ranked world no. 21 in 1985
Ulrich Pinner 1954 West Germany West Germany Ranked world no. 23 in 1979
Cédric Pioline 1969 France France 1993 US Open finalist • 1997 Wimbledon finalist • 1998 French Open semifinalist
Hans-Jürgen Pohmann 1947 West Germany West Germany 1974 French Open quarterfinalist
Alexander Popp 1976 Germany Germany 2000/2003 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Vasek Pospisil 1990 - Canada Canada Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2014 Wimbledon doubles champion, partnering Jack Sock • 2015 Wimbledon singles quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 25 in 2014
Lucas Pouille 1994 - France France 2016 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 2016 US Open quarterfinalist •ranked world no. 10 in 2018
Goran Prpić 1964 Croatia Croatia 1991 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 1993 French Open quarterfinalist • 1992 Olympic doubles bronze medalist • ranked world no. 16 in 1991
Patrick Proisy 1949 France France Ranked world no. 23 in 1973 • 1973 French Open finalist
Mariano Puerta 1978 Argentina Argentina 2005 French Open finalist • ranked world no. 9 in 2005
Jim Pugh 1964 United States United States
Franjo Punčec 1913 1985 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 1938 French Championships singles semifinalist • 1938, 1939 Wimbledon singles semifinalist
Mel Purcell 1959 United States United States Ranked world no. 21 in 1980
Sam Querrey 1987 United States United States 2016 Wimbledon Open quarterfinalist • Ranked world no. 17 in 2011
Adrian Quist 1913 1991 Australia Australia 1984 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
Patrick Rafter 1972 Australia Australia 2006 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1997/1998 U.S. Open champion • 2000/2001 Wimbledon finalist, 1999 semifinalist • 1997 French Open semifinalist • 2001 Australian Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 1 for 1 week
Dennis Ralston 1942 United States United States 1987 1966 Wimbledon finalist
Andy Ram 1980 Israel Israel Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2008 Australian Open champion, partnering Jonathan Erlich — winner of 2 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles → 2006 Wimbledon champion, partnering Vera Zvonareva, 2007 French Open champion, partnering Nathalie Dechy
Raúl 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
Milos Raonic 1990 Canada Canada Ranked world no. 3 in 2016 - 2016 Wimbledon finalist • 2016 Australian open semifinalist • 2014 French Open quarterfinalist • 2016 Tour Finals semifinalist
Louis Raymond 1895 1962 South Africa South Africa 1924 Wimbledon singles semifinalist • 1927 French Championships quarterfinalist • 1920 Olympic singles gold medalist
Richey 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
Peter Rennert 1958 United States United States 1980 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Ernest Renshaw 1861 1899 United Kingdom Great Britain 1983 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
William Renshaw 1861 1904 United Kingdom Great Britain 1983 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
George E. Richards c.1921 United States United States 1942 U.S. National Championships quarterfinalist
Vinnie Richards 1903 1959 United States United States 1961 1924 Olympic gold medalist
Cliff Richey 1946 United States United States 1970 French Open semifinalist • 1970/1972 US Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 16 in 1973
Bobby Riggs 1918 1995 United States United States 1967 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1939 Wimbledon champion, 1939, 1941 U.S. champion • ranked world no. 1 for 3 years
Marty Riessen 1941 United States United States 1971 Australian Open quarterfinalist; 1971 doubles finalist • 1971 US Open quarterfinalist; 1976 doubles champion, 1975/1978 finalist • 1971 French Open doubles champion (w/Ashe) • 1969 Wimbledon doubles finalist • ranked world no. 11 in 1974
Marcelo Ríos 1975 Chile Chile 1998 Australian Open finalist, 1997/2002 quarterfinalist; 1998/1999 French Open quarterfinalist • 1997 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 1 for 6 weeks in 1998
Frank Riseley 1877 1959 United Kingdom Great Britain 1903(Ch), 1904(Ch), and 1906(Ch) Wimbledon finalist
Major Ritchie 1870 1955 United Kingdom Great Britain 1902, 1903, 1904, and 1909(Ch) Wimbledon finalist
Tommy Robredo 1982 Spain Spain 2007 Australian Open quarterfinalist •2003/2005/2007/2009/2013 French Open quarterfinalist • 2013 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 5 in 2006
Tony Roche 1945 Australia Australia 1986 1966 French champion, 1965/1967 finalist • 1968 Wimbledon finalist • 1969/1970 U.S. Open finalist • 1964 Australian Championships quarterfinalist
Olivier Rochus 1981 Belgium Belgium Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title ◌ Singles: ranked world no. 24 in 2005 ◌ Doubles: 2004 French Open champion [partnering Xavier Malisse] • ranked world no. 29 in 2004
Andy Roddick 1982 United States United States 2017 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 2003 US Open champion, 2006 finalist, 2001/2002/2004/2007/2008/2011 quarterfinalist • 2004/2005/2009 Wimbledon finalist, 2003 semifinalist, 2007 quarterfinalist • 2003/2005/2007/2009 Australian Open semifinalist, 2004/2010 quarterfinalist • 2003/2004/2007 Masters semifinalist • ranked world no. 1 for 13 weeks in 2003-2004
Christophe Roger-Vasselin 1957 France France 1983 French Open semifinalist
Édouard Roger-Vasselin 1983 France France Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 2014 French Open champion, partnering Julien Benneteau
Mervyn Rose 1930 2017 Australia Australia 2001 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1954 Australian champion • 1958 French champion – winner of 4 Grand Slam doubles title → 1952 and 1953 United States champion, partnering Vic Seixas and Rex Hartwig respectively • 1954 Australian Champion, partnering Hartwig • 1954 Wimbledon champion, partnering Hartwig – ranked world no.3 in 1958
Ken Rosewall 1934 Australia Australia 1980 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
Marc Rosset 1970 Switzerland Switzerland 1992 Olympic gold medalist • 1996 French Open semifinalist • 1999 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 9 in 1995
Derrick Rostagno 1965 United States United States 1988 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 13 in 1991
Ray Ruffels 1946 Australia Australia 1969/1975 Australian Open semifinalist, 1970/1977(December) quarterfinalist • 1968 Australian Championships quarterfinalist
Greg Rusedski 1973 United Kingdom Great Britain 1997 US Open finalist • 1997 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 1997
Alejo Russell 1916 1977 Argentina Argentina 1942 and 1945 U.S. National Championships quarterfinalist
John Van Ryn 1905 1999 United States United States 1963 Winner of 6 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1929, 1930, 1931 Wimbledon champion • 1931, 1935 U.S. champion • 1931 French champion
André Sá 1978 Brazil Brazil 2002 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
John Sadri 1956 United States United States Ranked world no. 14 in 1980
Marat Safin 1980 Russia Russia 2016 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 2000 US Open champion, 2001 semifinalist • 2005 Australian Open champion, 2002/2004 finalist • 2002 French Open semifinalist, 2000 quarterfinalist • 2008 Wimbledon semifinalist, 2001 quarterfinalist • 2000/2004 Masters semifinalist • ranked world no. 1 for 9 weeks
Pete Sampras 1971 United States United States 2007 Winner of 14 Grand Slam singles titles → 1990/1993/1995/1996/2002 US Open champion, 1992/2000/2001 finalist, 1998 semifinalist, 1991 quarterfinalist • 1993/1994/1995/1997/1998/1999/2000 Wimbledon champion (record), 1992 semifinalist, 1996 quarterfinalist • 1994/1997 Australian Open champion, 1995 finalist, 1993/2000 semifinalist, 1998 quarterfinalist • 1996 French Open semifinalist, 1992/1993/1994 quarterfinalist • 1991/1994/1996/1997/1999 Masters champion (record; shared with Ivan Lendl), 1993 finalist, 1992/1995/1998/2000 semifinalist • ranked world no. 1 for 286 weeks
Emilio Sánchez 1965 Spain Spain 1988 French Open quarterfinalist • 1988 U.S. Open quarterfinalist
Javier Sánchez 1968 Spain Spain 1991/1996 U.S. Open quarterfinalist
Manuel Santana 1938 Spain Spain 1984 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
Fabrice Santoro 1972 France France 2006 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 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
Jiro Sato 1908 1934 Japan Japan 1931/1933 French championship semifinalist • 1932 Australian championship semifinalist • 1932/1933 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1931 quarterfinalist
Dick Savitt 1927 United States United States 1976 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1951 Wimbledon champion • 1951 Australian champion • 1950/1951 U.S. semifinalist, 1956 quarterfinalist – ranked world no. 2
Bill Scanlon 1956 United States United States Ranked world no. 9 in 1984
Sjeng Schalken 1976 Netherlands Netherlands 2002 US Open semifinalist • 2002/2003/2004 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 11 in 2003
Michiel Schapers 1959 Netherlands Netherlands 1985/1988 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 25 in 1988
Richard Schlesinger 1900 1968 Australia Australia 1924, 1929 Australian Championships singles finalist • 1925 Australasian Championships mixed doubles finalist
Ted Schroeder 1921 2006 United States United States 1966 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
Rainer Schüttler 1976 Germany Germany 2003 Australian Open finalist • 2008 Wimbledon semifinalist • 2003 Masters semifinalist • ranked world no. 5 in 2003
Diego Schwartzman 1992 Argentina Argentina 2017 US Open quarterfinalist • 2018 French Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 11 in 2018
Richard Sears 1861 1943 United States United States 1955 Winner of 7 Grand Slam singles titles → 1881–1887 U.S. champion — winner of 6 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1882–1887 U.S. champion
Frank Sedgman 1927 Australia Australia 1979 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
Abe Segal 1930 2016 South Africa South Africa 1964 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Pancho Segura 1921 United States USA 1984 1942/1943/1944/1945/1946/1947 U.S. semifinalist • considered world no. 1 professional for 1950 and 1952
Robert 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
Vic Seixas 1923 United States United States 1971 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1953 Wimbledon champion • 1954 U.S. champion — winner of 5 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1955 Australian champion, partnering Tony Trabert • 1954, 1955 French champion with Tony Trabert • 1952, 1954 U.S. champion, partnering Mervyn Rose and Trabert respectively.
Andreas Seppi 1984 Italy Italy Ranked world no. 18 in 2013
Quincy Shaw 1869 1960 United States United States 1889 U.S Championships singles finalist
Frank Shields 1909 1975 United States USA 1964 1930 U.S. Championships singles finalist • 1931 Wimbledon singles finalist
Zenzo Shimizu 1891 1977 Japan Japan 1920 Wimbledon (challenge round) finalist
Bill Sidwell 1920 Australia Australia 1948–1950 Australian Championships singles semifinalist – winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1949 U.S. champion, partnering John Bromwich – ranked world no. 10 in 1949
Jan Siemerink 1970 Netherlands Netherlands 1998 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 14 in 1998
Gilles Simon 1984 France France 2009 Australian Open quarterfinalist •2015 Wimbledon quarterfinalist •2008 Masters semifinalist •ranked world no. 6 in 2009
Orlando Sirola 1928 1995 Italy Italy 1960 French Championships singles semifinalist — winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1959 French champion, partnering Nicola Pietrangeli
Dick Skeen 1906 1994 United States United States Ranked no. 2 in professional tennis in 1941
Horst Skoff 1968 2008 Austria Austria Ranked world no. 18 in 1990
Henry Slocum 1862 1949 United States United States 1955 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
Pavel Složil 1955 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Ranked world no. 12 in 1984
Tomáš Šmíd 1956 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Ranked world no. 11 in 1984
Stan Smith 1946 United States United States 1987 Winner of 2 Grand Slam singles titles → 1971 US Open champion • 1972 Wimbledon champion • 1971/1972 French Open quarterfinalist • 1970 Masters champion • ranked world no. 1 for 1972 (year-end)
Sydney Howard Smith 1872 1947 United Kingdom Great Britain 1899, 1900(Ch), 1905 Wimbledon finalist • winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1902, 1906 Wimbledon champion
Jack Sock 1992 - United States United States Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title and 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 2014 Wimbledon doubles champion, partnering Vasek Pospisil • 2011 US Open mixed doubles champion, partnering Melanie Oudin
Robin Söderling 1984 Sweden Sweden 2009/2010 French Open finalist, 2011 quarterfinalist •2010 Wimbledon quarterfinalist •2009/2010 US Open quarterfinalist • 2009 Masters semifinalist •ranked world no. 4 in 2010
Harold Solomon 1952 United States United States Ranked world no. 5 in 1980
Vince Spadea 1974 United States United States 1999 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 18 in 2005
Pat Spence 1872 1947 South Africa South Africa 1927 French Championships singles semifinalist, 1926 Wimbledon singles quarterfinalist • winner of 2 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles → 1928 Wimbledon champion, partnering Elizabeth Ryan, 1931 French champion, partnering Betty Nuthall
Franco Squillari 1975 Argentina Argentina 2000 French Open semifinalist • ranked world no. 11 in 2000
Milan Šrejber 1963 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 1986 U.S. Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 23 in 1986
Paradorn Srichaphan 1979 Thailand Thailand Ranked world no. 9 in 2003
Jonathan Stark 1971 United States United States
Carl-Uwe Steeb 1967 West Germany West Germany/Germany Germany Ranked world no. 14 in 1990
Giorgio de Stefani 1904 1992 Italy Italy 1932 French Championships singles finalist, 1935 Australian Championships singles quarterfinalist
Ulf Stenlund 1967 Sweden Sweden Ranked world no. 23 in 1987
Radek Štěpánek 1978 Czech Republic Czech Republic 2006 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • Winner of 2 Grand Slams doubles titles → 2012 Australian Open and 2013 US Open doubles champion both with Leander Paes • 2016 mixed doubles Olympic bronze medalist with Lucie Hradecká • ranked world no. 8 in 2006
Brett Steven 1969 New Zealand New Zealand 1993 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Sherwood Stewart 1946 United States United States Winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1976/1982 French Open champion • 1984 Australian Open champion
Michael Stich 1968 Germany Germany 2018 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1991 Wimbledon champion, 1997 semifinalist, 1992/1993 quarterfinalist • 1994 U.S. Open finalist, 1991 quarterfinalist • 1996 French Open finalist, 1991 semifinalist • 1993 Australian Open semifinalist, 1992 quarterfinalist • 1993 Masters champion • winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1992 Wimbledon champion, partnering John McEnroe
Dick Stockton 1951 United States United States 1974 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1976/1977 US Open quarterfinalist
Les Stoefen 1911 1970 United States United States 1934 U.S. Championships semifinalist, 1934 and 1935 doubles winner
Fred Stolle 1938 Australia Australia 1985 1969 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 1969 French Open quarterfinalist • 1969/1972 US Open quarterfinalist
Sandon Stolle 1970 Australia Australia Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1998 U.S. Open champion, partnering Cyril Suk.
Jason Stoltenberg 1970 Australia Australia 1996 Wimbledon semifinalist • ranked world no. 19 in 1994
Allan Stone 1945 Australia Australia 1971 Australian Open semifinalist — winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1968/1977[Dec] Australian Open champion
Eric Sturgess 1920 2004 South Africa South Africa
Cyril Suk 1967 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia / 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
Henrik Sundström 1964 Sweden Sweden 1984 French Open quarterfinalist
Jonas Svensson 1966 Sweden Sweden 1988 French Open semifinalist • 1989 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Ottó Szigeti 1911 1976 Hungary Hungary 1939 French Championships semifinalist
Bill Talbert 1918 1999 United States United States 1967 1944, 1945 U.S. Championships singles finalist • 1950 French Championships singles semifinalist • 1950 Wimbledon singles quarterfinalist – winner of 5 Grand Slam doubles titles → 1942, 1945, 1946, 1948 U.S. champion, partnering Gardnar Mulloy • 1950 French champion, partnering Tony Trabert.
Roscoe Tanner 1951 United States United States Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1977[Jan] Australian Open champion, 1979 Wimbledon finalist, 1975/1976 semifinalist, 1980/1983 quarterfinalist • 1974/1979 US Open semifinalist, 1972/1980/1981 quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 4 in 1979
Balázs Taróczy 1954 Hungary Hungary 1976/1981 French Open quarterfinalist; ranked world no. 13 in 1982
Howard Taylor 1865 ? United States United States 1884(Ch), 1886, 1887, 1888 U.S. Championships singles finalist • Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1889 U.S. champion, partnering Henry Slocum
Roger Taylor 1941 United Kingdom United Kingdom Ranked world no. 11 in 1973
Brian Teacher 1954 United States United States Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1980 Australian Open champion, 1982 quarterfinalist • 1982 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 1981
Horia Tecău 1985 Romania Romania Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title and 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 2015 Wimbledon doubles champion, partnering Jean-Julien Rojer • 2012 Australian Open mixed doubles champion, partnering Bethanie Mattek-Sands
Eliot Teltscher 1959 United States United States Ranked world no. 6 in 1982
Ben Testerman 1962 United States United States Ranked world no. 22 in 1984
Dominic Thiem 1993 Austria Austria 2018 French Open finalist • 2015/2016 French Open semifinalist • 2018 US Open quarterfinalist • Ranked world no. 4 in 2017
Bill Tilden 1893 1953 United States United States 1959 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
Mikael Tillström 1972 Sweden Sweden 1996 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Henk Timmer 1904 1998 Netherlands Netherlands 1927, 1929 Wimbledon singles quarterfinalist • 1924 Olympic mixed doubles bronze medalist
Janko Tipsarević 1984 Serbia Serbia 2011/2012 US Open quarterfinalist •ranked world no. 8 in 2012
Ion Ţiriac 1939 Romania Romania 2013[a] Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1970 French Open champion, partnering Ilie Năstase
Ignacy Tłoczyński 1911 2000 Poland Poland 1939 French Championships singles quarterfinalist
Bernard Tomic 1992 Australia Australia 2011 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • Ranked world no. 17 in 2016
Tony Trabert 1930 United States United States 1970 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 • 1955 Australian champion, partnering Seixas
Viktor Troicki 1986 Serbia Serbia Ranked world no. 12 in 2011
Stefanos Tsitsipas 1998 Greece Greece Ranked world no. 15 in 2018
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 1985 France France 2008 Australian Open finalist, 2010 semifinalist, 2009/2013/2017 quarterfinalist •2013/2015 French Open semifinalist, 2012 quarterfinalist •2011/2012 Wimbledon semifinalist, 2010/2016 quarterfinalist •2011/2015/2016 US Open quarterfinalist •2011 Tour Finals finalist •2012 Olympic silver medalist in doubles partnering Michaël Llodra •ranked world no. 5 in 2012
Thierry Tulasne 1963 France France Ranked world no. 10 in 1986
Dmitry Tursunov 1982 Russia Russia Ranked world no. 20 in 2006
Kevin Ullyett 1972 Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles titles → 2001 US Open champion with Wayne Black • 2005 Australian Open champion with Black • 2008 Wimbledon finalist with Jonas Björkman — winner of 1 Grand Slam mixed doubles title → 2002 Australian Open champion (with Daniela Hantuchová)
Christo 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
Robert Van't Hof 1959 United States United States Ranked world no. 25 in 1983
Fernando Verdasco 1983 Spain Spain 2009 Australian Open semifinalist • 2013 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 2009/2010 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 7 in 2009
Martin Verkerk 1978 Netherlands Netherlands 2003 French Open finalist • ranked world no. 14 in 2003
Ian Vermaak 1933 South Africa South Africa 1959 French Championships singles finalist • ranked world no. 10 in 1959
Armando Vieira 1925 Brazil Brazil 1951 Wimbledon quarterfinalist
Guillermo Vilas 1952 Argentina Argentina 1991 Winner of 4 Grand Slam singles titles → 1977 French Open champion, 1975/1978/1982 finalist, 1976/1979/1980/1983/1986 quarterfinalist • 1977 US Open champion, 1975/1976/1982 semifinalist • 1978/1979 Australian Open champion, 1977[Jan] finalist, 1980 semifinalist • 1975/1976 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1974 Masters champion, 1975/1976/1977/1982 semifinalist
Ellsworth Vines 1911 1994 United States United States 1962 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1931/1932 U.S. Champion • 1932 Wimbledon Champion, 1933 finalist • rated world no 1 for 4 years (1932/1935/1936/1937)
Danie 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
Adrian Voinea 1974 Romania Romania 1995 French Open quarterfinalist
Filippo Volandri 1981 Italy Italy Ranked world no. 25 in 2007
Alexander Volkov 1967 Russia Russia 1993 US Open semifinalist, 1992 quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 14 in 1994
Butch Walts 1955 United States United States 1978 U.S. Open quarterfinalist
Holcombe Ward 1878 1961 United States United States 1956 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1904 U.S. champion • Winner of 6 Grand Slam doubles title → 1899–1901, 1904–1906 US champion
Laurie Warder 1962 Australia Australia Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1993 Australian Open champion with Danie Visser, 1987 finalist with Peter Doohan
Leo Ware 1876 1914 United States United States 1897, 1898, 1899, 1901 US semifinalist • Winner of 2 Grand Slam doubles title → 1897, 1898 US Champion
Kim Warwick 1952 Australia Australia 1980 Australian Open finalist • ranked world no. 15 in 1981
Philippe Washer 1924 2015 Belgium Belgium 1957 French Championships singles quarterfinalist
MaliVai Washington 1969 United States United States 1996 Wimbledon finalist • 1994 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 11 in 1992
Stan Wawrinka 1985 Switzerland Switzerland Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 2014 Australian Open champion, 2015/2017 semifinalist, 2011 quarterfinalist •2015 French Open champion, 2016 semifinalist, 2013 quarterfinalist •2016 US Open champion, 2013/2015 semifinalist, 2010/2014 quarterfinalist •2014/2015 Wimbledon quarterfinalist •2008 Olympic gold medalist in doubles with Roger Federer •2013/2014/2015 Tour Finals semifinalist •ranked world no. 3 in 2014
David Wheaton 1969 United States United States 1991 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1990 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 1990 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 12 in 1992
Malcolm Whitman 1877 1932 United States United States 1955 Winner of 3 Grand Slam singles titles → 1898, 1899, 1900 US champion
Mats Wilander 1964 Sweden Sweden 2002 Winner of 7 Grand Slam singles titles → 1982 (first appearance) /1985/1988 French Open champion, 1983/1987 finalist, 1984 semifinalist, 1989 quarterfinalist • 1983/1984/1988 Australian Open champion, 1985 finalist, 1990 semifinalist • 1988 US Open champion, 1987 finalist, 1985 semifinalist, 1983/1984 quarterfinalist • 1987/1988/1989 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • 1987 Masters finalist • ranked world no. 1 for 20 weeks — winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1986 Wimbledon champion with Joakim Nyström • 1984 Australian Open finalist with Nyström • 1986 US Open finalist with Nyström
Tony Wilding 1883 1915 New Zealand New Zealand 1978 Winner of 6 Grand Slam singles titles → 1906/1909 Australian champion, 1910/1911/1912/1913 Wimbledon champion• ranked world no. 1 in 1913
R. Norris Williams 1891 1968 United States United States 1914, 1916 US champion • ranked world no. 5 in 1913, 1914
Tim Wilkison 1959 United States United States 1986 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 23 in 1986
Bobby Wilson 1935 United Kingdom Great Britain 1958, 1959, 1961 and 1963 Wimbledon quarterfinalist, 1960 and 1963 U.S. National quarterfinalist, and 1963 French Championships quarterfinalist
Todd Witsken 1963 1998 United States United States 1988 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Sidney Wood 1911 2009 United States United States 1964 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1931 Wimbledon champion • 1935 U.S. Championships singles finalist • 1932 French Championships mixed doubles finalist
Todd Woodbridge 1971 Australia Australia 2010 Ranked world no. 19 in 1997 — winner of 16 Grand Slam doubles titles (record) → 1995/1996/2003 US Open champion the first two with Mark Woodforde, the third with Jonas 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 Elizabeth Smylie, the second with Helena Suková, and the third with Rennae Stubbs • 1993 Australian Open champion with Arantxa Sánchez Vicario • 1994 Wimbledon champion with Suková • 1995 French Open champion with Larisa Savchenko
See also: The Woodies
Mark Woodforde 1965 Australia Australia 2010 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 Vicario • 1992 US Open champion, partnering Provis • 1993 Wimbledon champion, partnering Martina Navratilova
See also: The Woodies
Chris Woodruff 1973 United States United States 2000 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Robert Wrenn 1873 1925 United States United States 1955 Winner of 4 Grand Slam singles titles → 1893, 1894, 1896 and 1897 US champion • Winner of 1 Grand Slam doubles title → 1895
George Wrenn 1865 1948 United States United States 1900 U.S. Championships singles finalist
Beals Wright 1879 1925 United States United States 1956 Winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1905 US champion • Winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles title → 1904, 1905 and 1906 • Winner of 1 Olympic Gold singles medal → 1904 • Winner of 1 Olympic Gold doubles medal → 1904
Mikhail Youzhny 1982 Russia Russia 2006/2010 US Open semifinalist, 2013 quarterfinalist • 2008 Australian Open quarterfinalist • 2010 French Open quarterfinalist • 2012 Wimbledon quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 8 in 2008
Jaime Yzaga 1967 Peru Peru 1991 Australian Open quarterfinalist (first appearance) • 1994 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 18 in 1989
Mariano Zabaleta 1978 Argentina Argentina 2001 US Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 20 in 2000
Vladimír Zedník 1947 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 1973 Australian Open quarterfinalist
Nenad Zimonjić 1976 Serbia Serbia Winner of 3 Grand Slam doubles titles (partnering Daniel Nestor)→ 2008/2009 Wimbledon champion ; 2010 French Open champion • winner of 5 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles → 2004/2008 Australian Open champion respectively with Elena Bovina and Sun Tiantian • 2006/2010 French Open champion (both with Katarina Srebotnik), 2014 Wimbledon champion with Samantha Stosur
Slobodan Živojinović 1963 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 1985 Australian Open semifinalist (first appearance) • 1986 Wimbledon semifinalist, 1987 quarterfinalist
Alexander Zverev 1997 Germany Germany Ranked world no. 3 in 2017 • 2018 French Open quarterfinalist • 2018 Tour Finals champion
Mischa Zverev 1997 Germany Germany 2017 Australian Open quarterfinalist • ranked world no. 25 in 2017

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  1. ^ a b c d Inducted into the 'contributor' category.

See also: Tyler "Bone" Jackson

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