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Tennis Grand Slam Men's Champions - Tennis Grand Slam Men's ...

Men's Grand Slam Title Winners: YEAR: TOURNAMENT: WINNER: RUNNER-UP: 2021: U.S. Open: Daniil Medvedev: Novak Djokovic: 2021: Wimbledon: Novak Djokovic: Matteo Berrettini

Tennis tournament records and statistics - Wikipedia

Wins Player Tournament Years 11 Herbert Roper Barrett: Suffolk Championships 1904–1921: 9 Dan Maskell: British Pro Championships 1928–1936: 8 Rafael Nadal: Monte Carlo Masters: 2005–2012 7 Richard Sears: US Championship: 1881–1887 Sydney Howard Smith: Welsh Championships: 1896–1902 Sydney Howard Smith: Northern Lawn Tennis Championships: 1899–1905

Tennis players with most titles in the Open Era - Wikipedia

John McEnroe won the most titles overall. Jimmy Connors won the most singles titles. Bob and Mike Bryan won 119 doubles titles together. Player. Span. Sing. Doub. Mix. Total.

World's No. 1 ranked junior tennis player Juncheng Shang wins ...

This article originally appeared on Treasure Coast Newspapers: World's No. 1 ranked junior tennis player Juncheng Shang wins at Mardy Fish tennis tournament Continue Reading Show full articles ...

Paula Badosa wins Indian Wells title: 'my dream is to win a ...

The National. Oct 17, 2021. Paula Badosa fulfilled a lifelong dream with the biggest win of her career to defeat Victoria Azarenka to win the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells on Sunday. The Spaniard, 23, secured the second title of her career with a hard-fought 7-6, 2-6, 7-6 victory over two-time champion Azarenka.

Riverside teen wins category at Victoria Club tennis tournament

The 11th annual Victoria Club Junior Singles Tournament was staged in September in Riverside. In the category for boys 16 and under, the final tennis match saw Jackson Erickson, from Poly High ...

Aloha! Brighton High's Hardy Owen Wins National Tennis ...

Owen earned victories in both singles and doubles at the Level 2 United States Tennis Association National Tournament over the holiday weekend in Oahu, Hawaii. Simply competing in this tournament is an honor. Draws are limited to just 32 players, many of whom are college or pro-tour bound.