Top 10 Greatest Men’s Tennis Players of All Time

There were a lot of identities to fuel the contentions that occurred on and off the court. Numerous extraordinary players have gone back and forth. Since it is hard to analyze players of various ears in any game because of innovation changes and higher wellness principles, choosing the biggest player ever can be a troublesome and exceptionally subjective task.

Here is the list of the 10 greatest male tennis players of all-time:-

10.Andre Agassi

  • Born: April 29, 1979
  • Resides: Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Turned pro: 1986
  • Retired: 2006
  • Career Price Money: $31,152,975
  • 60 career titles
  • 8 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 4 Australian, 1 French, 2 US Open, 1 Wimbledon
  • Inducted into Tennis hall of Fame: 2011

9.John McEnroe

  • Born: February 19, 1959
  • Resides: Wiesbaden, West Germany, New York City
  • Turned pro: 1978
  • Retired: 1992
  • Career Price Money: $12,547,797
  • 71 career titles
  • 7 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 3 Wimbledon, 4 US Open
  • Inducted into tennis Hall of Fame: 1999

8.Jimmy Connors

  • Born: September 2,1952
  • Resides: Santa Barbara, CA
  • Turned pro: 1972
  • Retired: 1996
  • Career Price Money: $6,641,040
  • 109 career titles
  • 8 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 1 Australian, 2 Wimbledon, 5 US Open
  • Inducted into Tennis Hall of Fame: 1998

7.Ivan Lendl

  • Born: March 7,1960
  • Resides: Goshen, Connecticut
  • Turned pro: 1978
  • Retired: 1994
  • Career Price Money: $ 21,262,417
  • 94 career titles
  • 8 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 2 Australian, 3 French, 3 US Open
  • Inducted into Tennis Hall of Fame: 2001

6.Bjorn Borg

  • Born: June 6,1956
  • Resides: Stockholm, Sweden
  • Turned pro: 1973
  • Retired: 1983
  • Career Price Money: $ 3,655,751
  • 64 career titles
  • 11 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 6 French, 5 Wimbledon
  • Inducted into Tennis Hall of fame: 1987

5.Novak Djokovic

  • Born: May 22,1987
  • Resides: Monte Carlo, Monaco
  • Turned pro: 2003
  • Career price money: $109,805,403
  • 68 career titles
  • 12 Grand Slam Singles titles: 6 Australian, 3 Wimbledon, 2 US Open, 1 French Open
  • Current active player

4.Pete Sampras

  • Born: August 12,1971
  • Resides: Lake Sherwood, California
  • Turned pro: 1988
  • Retired: 2002
  • Career price money: $43,280,489
  • 64 career titles
  • 14 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 2 Australian, 7 Wimbledon, 5 US Open
  • Inducted into Tennis Hall of Fame: 2007

3.Rod Laver

  • Born: August 8,1938
  • Resides: Carlsbad, California
  • Turned pro: 1962
  • Retired: 1979
  • Career price money: $1,565,413
  • 200 career titles
  • 11 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 3 Australian, 2 French, 2 US Open, 4 Wimbledon
  • Inducted into Tennis Hall of Fame: 1981

2.Rafael Nadal

  • Born: June 3,1986
  • Resides: Mancor, Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
  • Turned pro: 2001
  • Career price money: $94,588,627
  • 75 Career titles
  • 16 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 1 Australian, 10 French, 3 US Open, 2 Wimbledon
  • Current active player

1.Roger Federer

  • Born: August 8,1981
  • Resides: Wollerau, Switzerland and Dubai, UAE
  • Turned Pro: 1998
  • Career Price Money: $115,050,482
  • 96 career titles
  • 20 Grand Slam Singles Titles: 6 Australian, 1 French, 5 US Open, 8 Wimbledon
  • Current active player

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