ATP Records

Ranking Records

Most weeks at No.1 :
Roger Federer (302 weeks)
Most weeks at No.1 (doubles ranking) :
Mike Bryan (368 weeks)
Most consecutive weeks at No.1 :
Roger Federer (237 weeks)
Most consecutive weeks at. No.2 :
Rafael Nadal (160 weeks)
Most years ended at No.1 :
Pete Sampras (6 times from 1993-1998)
Most consecutive years ended at No.1 :
Pete Sampras (6 times from 1993-1998)
Most years at No.1 (at some time) :
Pete Sampras and Ivan Lendl (8 years)
Most times at No.1 :
John McEnroe (13 times)
Players who have been No.1 in singles and doubles :
John McEnroe and Stefan Edberg
Player who has been No.1 in singles and doubles at the same time :
John McEnroe (1984)
Youngest player to end a year at No.1 :
Lleyton Hewitt (20 years, 9 months in 2001)
Youngest No.1 player :
Lleyton Hewitt (20 years, 8 months in 2001)
Oldest No.1 player :
Andre Agassi (33 years, 4 months in 2003)
Most years ended in the Top 3 :
Jimmy Connors (12 years)
Most years ended in the Top 5 :
Jimmy Connors (14 years)
Most years ended in the Top 10 :
Jimmy Connors and Andre Agassi (16 years)
Most years ended in the Top 25 :
Andre Agassi (18 years)
Most years ended in the Top 50 :
Jimmy Connors and Andre Agassi (18 years)
Most years ended in the Top 100 :
Jimmy Connors and Andre Agassi (19 years)
Most consecutive years ended in the Top 3 :
Jimmy Connors (12 years from 1973-1984)
Most consecutive years ended in the Top 10 :
Jimmy Connors (16 years from 1973-1988)
Most consecutive weeks in the Top 10 :
Jimmy Connors (788 weeks)
Youngest player in the Top 10 :
Aaron Krickstein (17 years, 11 days in 1984)
Youngest player to end a year in the Top 10 :
Michael Chang (17 years, 10 months in 1989)
Oldest player to end a year in the Top 10 :
Pancho Gonzales (43 years, 1 month in 1969)
Youngest player to end a year in the Top 100 :
Aaron Krickstein (16 years, 4 months in 1983)
Oldest player to end a year in the Top 100 :
Ken Rosewall (44 years, 1 month in 1978)

Earnings Records

Most prize money won in a career :
Roger Federer (78’209’589 $)
Most prize money won in a single season :
Novak Djokovic (13’108’771 in 2011)

Grand Slams, Davis Cup and Year-End Championship

Most Grand Slam singles titles :
Roger Federer (17 titles)
Most Grand Slam doubles titles :
John Newcombe (17 titles)
Most Grand Slam doubles titles as a team :
Bob Bryan & Mike Bryan (15 titles)
Most Grand Slam mixed doubles titles :
Owen Davidson (11 titles)
Most Grand Slam combined titles :
Roy Emerson (28 titles – 12 in singles and 16 in doubles)
Most Grand Slam combined titles in one year :
Don Budge (8 titles in 1938 – four in singles, two in doubles and two in mixed doubles)
Most Grand Slam singles titles in one year (four titles) :
Don Budge (1938) and Rod Laver (1962 and 1969)
Most consecutive Grand Slam singles titles :
Don Budge (6 titles from 1937-1938)
Best career Grand Slam match winning percentage :
Bjorn Borg (89,8% – 141-16)
Most consecutive years with at least one Grand Slam singles title :
Rafael Nadal (9 years)
Most consecutive years with at least one Grand Slam singles final :
Ivan Lendl and Pete Sampras (11 years)
Most Grand Slam singles finals :
Roger Federer (24 finals)
Most Grand Slam singles finals between the same players :
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer (8 finals – 6-2)
Most consecutive Grand Slam finals :
Roger Federer (10 finals from 2005-2007)
Most consecutive Grand Slam finals won :
Pete Sampras (8 finals from 1995-2000)
Most consecutive Grand Slam semifinals :
Roger Federer (23 semifinals from 2004-2010)
Most losses in Grand Slam finals :
Ivan Lendl (11 finals)
Most Grand Slam appearances :
Fabrice Santoro (70 participations)
Most consecutive Grand Slam appearances :
Wayne Ferreira (56 participations from 1991-2004) and Roger Federer (2000-2013)
Most Grand Slam singles matches won :
Roger Federer (260 matches)
Most consecutive Grand Slam singles matches won :
Don Budge (37 wins from 1937-1938)
Most consecutive Grand Slam singles sets won :
Roger Federer (36 sets from 2006-2007)
Youngest Grand Slam singles winner :
Michael Chang (17 years, 3 months – French Open 1989)
Oldest Grand Slam singles winner :
Arthur Gore (41 years, 6 months in 1909)
Lowest-ranked Grand Slam singles title winner :
Mark Edmondson (212th in the ATP rankings – Australian Open 1976)
Most Davis Cup titles :
United States (31 titles)
Most consecutive singles matches won in Davis Cup :
Bjorn Borg (33 matches from 1973-1980)
Most Davis Cup matches :
Nicola Pietrangeli (110 matches)
Most Year-End Championship titles :
Roger Federer (6 titles)
Most Year-End Championship appearances :
Andre Agassi (13 participations)
Most consecutive Year-End Championship appearances :
Ivan Lendl (12 participations)
Most matches won in Year-End Championship :
Roger Federer (42 matches)
Most Year-End Championship doubles titles :
John McEnroe and Peter Fleming (7 titles)

Most titles in a career

Most singles titles :
Jimmy Connors (109 titles)
Most doubles titles :
Mike Bryan (95 titles)
Most doubles titles as a team :
Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan (93 titles)
Most singles and doubles titles :
John McEnroe (147 titles)
Most tournaments won in singles and doubles at the same event :
John McEnroe (29 tournaments)
Most consecutive singles titles :
Ivan Lendl and John McEnroe (8 titles)
Most singles titles on clay courts :
Guillermo Vilas (47 titles)
Most singles titles on grass courts :
Roger Federer (12 titles)
Most singles titles on outdoor hard courts :
Andre Agassi (40 titles)
Most singles titles on indoor hard courts :
Jimmy Connors (12 titles)
Most singles titles on indoor carpet courts :
Jimmy Connors (44 titles)
Most singles titles on indoor courts :
Jimmy Connors (56 titles)
Most singles titles on outdoor courts :
Guillermo Vilas (55 titles)
Most singles titles at the same event :
Rafael Nadal (8 titles – Monte Carlo)
Most singles titles at the same event in a row :
Rafael Nadal (8 titles in Monte Carlo from 2005-2012)
Most consecutive years with at least one singles title :
Ivan Lendl (14 years from 1980-1993)
Most consecutive years with at least five singles titles :
Jimmy Connors (9 years from 1972-1980)
Most consecutive years with at least ten singles titles :
Roger Federer (3 years from 2004-2006)
Most singles titles before 18th birthday :
Aaron Krickstein (4 titles)
Most singles titles before 20th birthday :
Bjorn Borg and Rafael Nadal (16 titles)
Most singles titles before 25th birthday :
Bjorn Borg (59 titles)
Most singles titles after 30th birthday :
Rod Laver (38 titles)
Most consecutive years with most singles titles :
Roger Federer (5 years from 2003-2007)
Most singles titles as a qualifier :
Yahiya Doumbia (2 titles – Lyon 1988 & Bordeux 1995)
Most “Masters 1000” singles titles :
Rafael Nadal (26 titles)
Most “Masters 1000” doubles titles :
Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan (26 titles)
Most “Masters 1000” doubles titles as a team :
Bob and Mike Bryan (26 titles)
Most ATP Challenger Tour singles titles :
Younes El Aynaoui and Takao Suzuki (15 titles)

Most titles in a season

Most singles titles in a season :
Guillermo Vilas (16 titles in 1977)
Most doubles titles in a season :
John McEnroe (16 titles in 1979)
Most doubles titles in a season as a team :
John McEnroe and Peter Fleming (14 titles in 1979)
Most singles and doubles titles in a season :
John McEnroe (26 titles in 1979)
Most singles titles on clay courts in a season :
Guillermo Vilas (13 titles in 1977)
Most singles titles on grass courts in a season :
Jimmy Connors (4 titles in 1974)
Most singles titles on outdoor hard courts in a season :
Roger Federer (7 titles in 2006)
Most singles titles on indoor hard courts in a season :
Jimmy Connors (6 titles in 1973)
Most singles titles on indoor carpet courts in a season :
Ivan Lendl (9 titles in 1982)
Most singles titles on indoor courts in a season :
Ivan Lendl (9 titles in 1982)
Most singles titles on outdoor courts in a season :
Guillermo Villas (15 titles in 1977)
Most “Masters 1000” singles titles in a season :
Novak Djokovic (5 titles in 2011) and Rafael Nadal (5 titles in 2013)
Most ATP Challenger Tour singles titles in a season :
Younes El Aynaoui (6 titles in 1998)

Most matches won

Most singles matches won :
Jimmy Connors (1242 wins)
Most singles matches won in a season :
Guillermo Vilas (131 wins in 1972)
Most doubles matches won :
Todd Woodbridge (782 wins)
Most doubles matches won in a season :
John McEnroe (78 wins in 1979)
Most singles and doubles matches won :
Jimmy Connors (1398 wins)
Most singles and doubles matches won in a season :
John McEnroe (167 wins in 1979)
Most matches won in “Masters 1000” Events :
Roger Federer (279 wins)
Most matches won with the Top 1 player :
Boris Becker (19 wins)
Most five-set matches won :
Illie Nastase (42 wins)
Most matches won after trailing 0:2 in sets :
Boris Becker and Aaron Krickstein (10 wins)
Most matches won after saving the match point :
Nicolas Lapentti, Greg Rusedski and Goran Ivanisevic (16 matches)
Best career match winning percentage :
Bjorn Borg (82,6% – 603-127)
Best match winning percentage in a season :
John McEnroe (96,3% – 82-3 in 1984)
Best four-year match winning percentage :
Roger Federer (94,0% from 2004-2007)

Most consecutive matches won

Most consecutive matches won :
Guillermo Vilas (46 wins in 1977)
Most consecutive matches won on clay courts :
Rafael Nadal (81 wins from 2005-2007)
Most consecutive matches won on grass courts :
Roger Federer (65 wins from 2003-2008)
Most consecutive matches won on hard courts :
Roger Federer (56 wins from 2005-2006)
Most consecutive matches won on indoor courts :
Ivan Lendl (66 wins from 1981-1983)
Most consecutive matches won on indoor carpet courts :
John McEnroe (65 wins from 1983-1985)
Most consecutive matches won against Top 1 player :
Ivan Lendl (7 wins from 1981-1983 against John McEnroe)
Most consecutive matches won against Top 10 players :
Roger Federer (26 wins from 2003-2005)
Most consecutive matches won in “Masters 1000” Events :
Novak Djokovic (31 matches in 2011)
Most consecutive five-set matches won :
Bjorn Borg (13 wins from 1976-1980)
Most consecutive singles finals won :
Roger Federer (24 finals from 2004-2006)

Other ATP records

Most singles matches played in a career :
Jimmy Connors (1497 matches)
Most singles matches played in a season :
Guillermo Vilas (146 matches in 1972)
Most singles tournaments played in a career :
Fabrice Santoro (437 tournaments)
Most singles finals played :
Jimmy Connors (163 finals)
Most consecutive singles finals played :
Ivan Lendl (18 finals from 1981-1982)
Best percentage of singles finals reached in a season :
Roger Federer (94,1% in 2006)
Most “Masters 1000” singles finals :
Rafael Nadal (37 finals)
Most consecutive “Masters 1000” singles finals :
Rafael Nadal (5 consecutive finals in 2011 and also in 2013)
Most “Masters 1000” finals between the same players :
Roger Federer against Rafael Nadal (10 finals) and Novak Djokovic against Rafael Nadal (10 finals)
Most singles finals between the same players :
John McEnroe and Ivan Lendl (19 finals – 11-8)
Most matches between the same players :
Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic (38 matches – H2H 22-16)
Most consecutive sets won :
Ivan Lendl (52 sets in 1986)
Most five-set matches without a win :
Markus Hipfl (9 matches)
Most matches lost after leading 2:0 in sets :
Cedric Pioline, Cassio Motta, Tommy Haas, Jurgen Melzer, Paul Henri Mathieu (6 losses)
Youngest singles title winner on the ATP Tour :
Aaron Krickstein (16 years, 2 months – Tel Aviv 1983)
Oldest singles title winner on the ATP Tour :
Pancho Gonzales (43 years, 273 days – Kingston 1972)
Lowest-ranked singles title winner on the ATP Tour :
Lleyton Hewitt (550th in the ATP rankings – Adelaide 1998)
Lowest-ranked singles title winner in “Masters 1000” Event :
Roberto Carretero (143th in the ATP rankings – Hamburg 1996)
Youngest match winner on the ATP Tour :
Franco Davin (15 years, 2 months – Buenos Aires 1985)
Oldest match winner on the ATP Tour :
Ken Rosewall (45 years, 11months – Melbourne 1980)
Singles title winners on their first ATP Tour tournament :
Yahiya Doumbia, Jose Francisco Altur, Nicolas Lapentti, Santiago Ventura
Most tournaments played before winning the first title :
Vincent Spadea (223 tournaments)
Most finals without any title :
Lawson Duncan, Pierre Barthes and Steve Denton (6 finals)
Most consecutive losses in finals :
Jimmy Connors (11 consecutive losses from 1985-1988)
Most consecutive losses on the ATP Tour :
Vincent Spadea (21 consecutive losses from 1999-2000)
Most points won in one match :
Nicolas Mahut (502 points against John Isner – Wimbledon 2010)
Most points won in one set :
Nicolas Mahut (365 points against John Isner – Wimbledon 2010)
Most points won in a row in one set :
Bill Scanlon – Marcos Hocevar (24 points – 6:0 – Golden Set – Del Ray 1983)
Most points won in a row :
Bill Scanlon and Greg Rusedski (25 points)
Most match points saved in a winning match (Open Era) :
Adriano Panatta (11 match points saved against Kim Warwick – Rome 1976)
Most match points saved in a winning match (All time record) :
Wilmer Allison (18 match points saved against Giorgio De Stefani – Davis Cup 1930)
Most games played in one tournament :
Goran Ivanisevic (317 games – Wimbledon 1998)
Most ATP Challenger Tour singles finals :
Younes El Aynaoui and Dick Norman (23 finals)

Serve Records

Fastest serve :
Samuel Groth (263 km/h [163 mph] – Busan Challenger 2012)
Most aces in one season :
Goran Ivanisevic (1477 aces in 101 matches in 1996)
Most aces in a career :
Goran Ivanisevic (10’093 aces)
Most years ended with most aces :
Goran Ivanisevic (6 years – 1992, 1994, 1996-1998, 2001)
Highest average of aces per match in a year :
Ivo Karlovic (21,1 aces per match in 2004)
Most aces in one event :
Goran Ivanisevic (212 aces – Wimbledon 2001)
Most aces in a one week tournament :
John Isner (144 aces – Washington 2007)
Most aces in one match by two players :
John Isner-Nicolas Mahut (216 aces – Wimbledon 2010)
Most aces in one match :
John Isner (113 aces in five sets – Wimbledon 2010)
Most aces in one four-setter :
Joachim Johansson (51 aces – Australian Open 2005)
Most aces in one three-setter :
Mark Philippoussis (44 aces – Kuala Lumpur 1995)
Most aces in one two-setter :
Goran Ivanisevic (31 aces – Split 1998)
Most aces in the qualifying match :
Gary Muller (54 aces in three sets – Wimbledon 1993)
Most aces in one match without double fault :
Andy Roddick (33 aces – Australian Open 2010)
Most aces in one set :
John Isner (85 aces – Wimbledon 2010)
Most aces in a row in one match :
Samuel Querrey (10 aces in a match against James Blake – Indianapolis 2007)
Most aces in a row in one game :
Boris Becker (5 aces in a row from 0:40 against Andrei Medvedev – Hopman Cup 1995)
Most matches with at least 30 aces :
Goran Ivanisevic (34 matches)
Most matches in a row with at least 30 aces (three matches) :
Goran Ivanisevic (Wimbledon 2005), Mark Philippoussis (Wimbledon 2003)
John Isner (Washington 2007)
Most double faults in one five-setter :
Marc Rosset (30 double faults – Davis Cup 2001)
Most double faults in one four-setter :
Marc Rosset (26 double faults – Wimbledon 1995)
Most double faults in one three-setter :
Guillermo Coria (23 double faults – Monte Carlo 2006)
Most double faults in one two-setter :
Guillermo Coria (16 double faults – Monte Carlo 2006)
Most double faults in a row :
Greg Rusedski (5 double faults)
Most consecutive service games held in one match :
John Isner and Nicolas Mahut (84 for each player – Wimbledon 2010)

Tie-break records

The longest tie-break in singles (20-18) :
B.Borg-P.Lall (Wimbledon 1973), G.Ivanisevic-D.Nestor (US Open 1993)
G.Ivanisevic-G.Rusedski (Queens 1997), R.Federer-M.Safin (Masters Cup 2004)
J.Acasuso-B.Phau (Toronto 2006), J.Tsonga-A.Roddick (Australian Open 2007)
The longest tie-break in doubles :
J.Gunnarson/M.Mortensen – J.Frawley/V.Pecci (26:24 – Wimbledon 1985)
The longest tie-break in mixed doubles :
M.Shaughnessy/J.Blake – D.Hantuchova/D.Hrbaty (15-13 – Hopman Cup 2005)
The longest champions tie-break in doubles :
A.Montanes/R.Ramirez-Hidalgo – S.Aspelin/F.Cermak (23-21 – Estoril 2007)
Most winning tie-breaks in a career :
Pete Sampras (328 tie-breaks)
Most played tie-breaks in a career :
Pete Sampras (522 tie-breaks)
Most winning tie-breaks in a row :
Andy Roddick (18 tie-breaks in 2007)
Most losing tie-breaks in a row :
Robin Haase (17 tie-breaks in 2012-2013)
Most winning tie-breaks in one tournament (eight tie-breaks) :
Goran Ivanisevic (Wimbledon 1998), Wayne Arthurs (Wimbledon 1999)
Novak Djokovic (Wimbledon 2007)
Most played tie-breaks in one grand slam tournament :
Goran Ivanisevic (11 tie-breaks – Wimbledon 2007)
Most played tie-breaks in one week tournament :
John Isner (11 tie-breaks – Washington 2007)
Most played tie-breaks in one Grand Slam tournament :
Goran Ivanisevic (11 tie-breaks – Wimbledon 1998)
Most winning tie-breaks in the deciding set in a row :
Carlos Moya (17 tie-breaks – 2002-2008)
Tie-break double bagel :
Martin Lee – Sjeng Schalken (7:6[0], 7:6[0] – Rotterdam 2002)
Winning a tie-break after trailing 0:6 :
Jan Siemerink (from 0:6 to 10:8 in a match against Richard Krajicek – US Open 1994)

Longest Matches

The longest singles match :
John Isner-Nicolas Mahut (11 hours, 5 minutes – Wimbledon 2010)
The longest four-setter :
Nicolas Massu – Stefan Koubek (5 hours, 14 minutes – Davis Cup 2009)
The longest three-setter :
Rafael Nadal – Novak Djokovic (4 hours, 4 minutes – Madrid 2009)
The longest two-setter :
Nicolas Massu – Mariano Zabaleta (2 hours, 52 minutes – Kitzbuhel 2004)
The longest doubles match :
D.Nalbandian/L.Arnold – Y.Kafelnikov/M.Safin (6 hours, 20 minutes – Davis Cup 2002)
The shortest singles match :
Greg Rusedski – Carsten Arriens (29 minutes – 6:0 6:0 – Sydney 1996)
Longest singles match by number of games :
John Isner-Nicolas Mahut (183 games – 6-4, 3-6, 6-7(7), 7-6(3), 70-68 – Wimbledon 2010)
Longest fifth set in doubles match by number of games :
M.Melo/A.Sa – P.Hanley/K.Ullyett (54 games – 28:26 – Wimbledon 2007)
The longest singles set :
John Isner-Nicolas Mahut (8 hours, 11 minutes – Wimbledon 2010)
The longest singles set by number of games :
John Isner-Nicolas Mahut (138 games – Wimbledon 2010)
Most points in one match :
John Isner-Nicolas Mahut (980 points – Wimbledon 2010)
Most points in one set :
John Isner-Nicolas Mahut (711 points – Wimbledon 2010)
Most points in one game :
Anthony Fawcett-Keith Glass (80 points – Surbiton 1975)

Height Record

The tallest player in Top 200 :
Ivo Karlovic (208 cm / 6 ft 10 in)