Torneos de Grand Slam

Open John McEnroe Bjorn Borg Wimbledon Bjorn Borg John McEnroe French Open Bjorn Borg Vitas Gerulaitis Australian Open Guillermo Vilas John Sadri U. Open John McEnroe Vitas Gerulaitis Wimbledon Bjorn Borg Roscoe Tanner French Open Bjorn Borg Victor Pecci Australian Open Guillermo Vilas John Marks U.

Open Jimmy Connors Bjorn Borg Wimbledon Bjorn Borg Jimmy Connors French Open Bjorn Borg Guillermo Vilas Australian Open Dec Vitas Gerulaitis John Lloyd U. Open Guillermo Vilas Jimmy Connors Wimbledon Bjorn Borg Jimmy Connors French Open Guillermo Vilas Brian Gottfried Australian Open Jan Roscoe Tanner Guillermo Vilas U.

Open Jimmy Connors Bjorn Borg Wimbledon Bjorn Borg Ilie Nastase French Open Adriano Panatta Harold Soloman Australian Open Mark Edmondson John Newcombe U. Open Manuel Orantes Jimmy Connors Wimbledon Arthur Ashe Jimmy Connors French Open Bjorn Borg Guillermo Vilas Australian Open John Newcombe Jimmy Connors U.

Open Jimmy Connors Ken Rosewall Wimbledon Jimmy Connors Ken Rosewall French Open Bjorn Borg Manuel Orantes Australian Open Jimmy Connors Phil Dent U.

Open John Newcombe Jan Kodes Wimbledon Jan Kodes Alex Metreveli French Open Ilie Nastase Nikola Pilic Australian Open John Newcombe Onny Parun U. Open Ilie Nastase Arthur Ashe Wimbledon Stan Smith Ilie Nastase French Open Andres Gimeno Patrick Proisy Australian Open Ken Rosewall Mal Anderson U.

Open Stan Smith Jan Kodes Wimbledon John Newcombe Stan Smith French Open Jan Kodes Ilie Nastase Australian Open Ken Rosewall Arthur Ashe U. Open Ken Rosewall Tony Roche Wimbledon John Newcombe Ken Rosewall French Open Jan Kodes Zeljiko Franulovic Australian Open Arthur Ashe Dick Crealy U.

Open Rod Laver Tony Roche Wimbledon Rod Laver John Newcombe French Open Rod Laver Ken Rosewall Australian Open Rod Laver Andres Gimeno U. Open Arthur Ashe Tom Okker Wimbledon Rod Laver Tony Roche French Open Ken Rosewall Rod Laver Australian Open Bill Bowrey Juan Gisbert U.

Open John Newcombe Clark Graebner Wimbledon John Newcombe Wilhelm Bungert French Open Roy Emerson Tony Roche Australian Open Roy Emerson Arthur Ashe U.

Open Fred Stolle John Newcombe Wimbledon Manuel Santana Dennis Ralston French Open Tony Roche Istvan Gulyas Australian Open Roy Emerson Arthur Ashe U. Open Manuel Santana Cliff Drysdale Wimbledon Roy Emerson Fred Stolle French Open Fred Stolle Tony Roche Australian Open Roy Emerson Fred Stolle U.

Open Roy Emerson Fred Stolle Wimbledon Roy Emerson Fred Stolle French Open Manuel Santana Nicola Pietrangeli Australian Open Roy Emerson Fred Stolle U.

Open Rafael Osuna Frank Froehling, III Wimbledon C. McKinley Fred Stolle French Open Roy Emerson Pierre Darmon Australian Open Roy Emerson Ken Fletcher U.

Open Rod Laver Roy Emerson Wimbledon Rod Laver Martin Mulligan French Open Rod Laver Roy Emerson Australian Open Rod Laver Roy Emerson U. Open Roy Emerson Rod Laver Wimbledon Rod Laver Chuck McKinley French Open Manuel Santana Nicola Pietrangeli Australian Open Roy Emerson Rod Laver U.

Open Neale Fraser Rod Laver Wimbledon Neale Fraser Rod Laver French Open Nicola Pietrangeli Luis Ayala Australian Open Rod Laver Neale Fraser U.

Open Neale Fraser Alejandro Olmedo Wimbledon Alejandro Olmedo Rod Laver French Open Nicola Pietrangeli Ian Vermaak Australian Open Alex Olmedo Neale Fraser U. Open Ashley J. Cooper Malcolm J. Anderson Wimbledon Ashley J. Cooper Neale Fraser French Open Mervyn Rose Luis Ayala Australian Open Ashley J.

Cooper Mal Anderson U. Open Malcolm J. Anderson Ashley J. Cooper Wimbledon Lewis Hoad Ashley Cooper French Open Sven Davidson Herbert Flam Australian Open Ashley J. Cooper Neale Fraser U. Open Ken Rosewall Lewis Hoad Wimbledon Lewis Hoad Ken Rosewall French Open Lewis Hoad Sven Davidson Australian Open Lewis Hoad Ken Rosewall U.

Open Tony Trabert Ken Rosewall Wimbledon Tony Trabert Kurt Nielsen French Open Tony Trabert Sven Davidson Australian Open Ken Rosewall Lew Hoad U. Open E. Victor Seixas Jr.

Rex Hartwig Wimbledon Jaroslav Drobny Ken Rosewall French Open Tony Trabert Sven Davidson Australian Open Mervyn Rose Rex Hartwig U. Open Tony Trabert E. Victor Seixas, Jr. Kurt Nielsen French Open Ken Rosewall E. Open Frank Sedgman Gardnar Mulloy Wimbledon Frank Sedgman Jaroslav Drobny French Open Jaroslav Drobny Frank Sedgman Australian Open Ken McGregor Frank Sedgman U.

Open Frank Sedgman E. Savitt Ken McGregor French Open Jaroslav Drobny Eric Sturgess Australian Open Dick Savitt Ken McGregor U. Open Arthur Larsen Herbert Flam Wimbledon J.

Patty Frank Sedgman French Open Budge Patty Jaroslav Drobny Australian Open Frank Sedgman Ken McGregor U. Open Richard A. Gonzales Frederick Schroeder Wimbledon F. Schroeder Jaroslav Drobny French Open Frank Parker Budge Patty Australian Open Frank Sedgman John Bromwich U.

Gonzales Eric W. Sturgess Wimbledon R. Falkenburg John Bromwich French Open Frank Parker Jaroslav Drobny Australian Open Adrian Quist John Bromwich U. Open Jack Kramer Frank Parker Wimbledon Jack Kramer Tom P. Brown French Open Jozsef Asboth Eric Sturgess Australian Open Dinny Pails John Bromwich U.

Open Jack Kramer Tom Brown, Jr. Brown French Open Marcel Bernard Jaroslav Drobny Australian Open John Bromwich Dinny Pails U. Open Frank Parker William F. Talbert U. Open Lt. Joseph R. Hunt Seaman Jack Kramer U. Open Frederick R.

Schroeder, Jr. Frank Parker U. Open Robert Riggs Francis Kovacs, 2d U. Open Donald McNeill Robert Riggs Australian Open Adrian Quist Jack Crawford U. Open Robert Riggs S. Welby van Horn Wimbledon Robert Riggs Elwood Cooke French Open William McNeill Robert Riggs Australian Open John Bromwich Adrian Quist U.

Open Donald Budge C. Gene Mako Wimbledon Donald Budge Henry Austin French Open Donald Budge Roderik Menzel Australian Open Donald Budge John Bromwich U. Open Donald Budge Gottfried Von Cramm Wimbledon Donald Budge Gottfried Von Cramm French Open Henner Henkel Henry Austin Australian Open Vivian McGrath John Bromwich U.

Open Fred Perry J. Donald Budge Wimbledon Fred Perry Gottfried Von Cramm French Open Gottfried Von Cramm Fred Perry Australian Open Adrian Quist Jack Crawford U.

Open Wilmer L. Allison Sidney B. Wood Wimbledon Fred Perry Gottfried Von Cramm French Open Fred Perry Gottfried von Cramm Australian Open Jack Crawford Fred Perry U. Open Fred Perry Wilmer L. Allison Wimbledon Fred Perry Jack Crawford French Open Gottfried Von Cramm Jack Crawford Australian Open Fred Perry Jack Crawford U.

Open Fred Perry John H. Crawford Wimbledon Jack Crawford Ellsworth Vines French Open John Crawford Henri Cochet Australian Open Jack Crawford Keith Gledhill U. Open H. Ellsworth Vines Henri Cochet Wimbledon H. Ellsworth Vines Henry Austin French Open Henri Cochet Giorgo de Stefani Australian Open Jack Crawford Harry Hopman U.

Ellsworth Vines George M. Lott, Jr. Wood Francis X. Shields French Open Jean Borotra Christian Boussus Australian Open Jack Crawford Harry Hopman U. Open John H. Doeg Francis X.

Shields Wimbledon William T. Tilden Wilmer Allison French Open Henri Cochet William Tilden Australian Open Gar Moon Harry Hopman U. Open William T. Tilden Francis T. Hunter Wimbledon Henri Cochet Jean Borotra French Open Rene Lacoste Jean Borotra Australian Open John Gregory Richard Schlesinger U.

Open Henri Cochet Francis T. Hunter Wimbledon Rene Lacoste Henri Cochet French Open Henri Cochet René Lacoste Australian Open Jean Borotra R.

Cummings U. Open Rene Lacoste William T. Tilden Wimbledon Henri Cochet Jean Borotra French Open Rene Lacoste William Tilden Australian Open Gerald Patterson John Hawkes U.

Open Rene Lacoste Jean Borotra Wimbledon Jean Borotra Howard Kinsey French Open Henri Cochet René Lacoste Australian Open John Hawkes Jim Willard U. Tilden William M. Johnston Wimbledon Rene Lacoste Jean Borotra French Open Rene Lacoste Jean Borotra Australian Open James Anderson Gerald Patterson U.

Johnston Wimbledon Jean Borotra Rene Lacoste French Open Jean Borotra René Lacoste Australian Open James Anderson Richard Schlesinger U. Johnston Wimbledon William M. Johnston Francis T.

Hunter French Open Francois Blanchy Max Decugis Australian Open Pat O'Hara Wood C. John U. Johnston Wimbledon Gerald Patterson Randolph Lycett French Open Henri Cochet Jean Samazeuilh Australian Open Pat O'Hara Wood Gerald Patterson U. Johnston Wimbledon William T.

Tilden Brian Norton French Open Jean Samazeuilh André Gobert Australian Open Rhys Gemmell A. Hedeman U. Tilden Gerald Patterson French Open Andre Gobert Max Decugis Australian Open Pat O'Hara Wood Ron Thomas U.

Open William M. Johnston William T. Tilden Wimbledon Gerald Patterson Norman Brookes Australian Open A. Kingscote E. Pockley U. Open R. Lindley Murray William T. Tilden U. Lindley Murray Nathaniel W. Niles U. Open Richard N.

Williams William M. Johnston U. Johnston Maurice E. McLoughlin Australian Open Francis Lowe Horace Rice U. Williams Maurice E. McLoughlin Wimbledon Norman Brookes Anthony Wilding French Open Max Decugis Jean Samazeuilh Australian Open Pat O'Hara Wood Gerald Patterson U. Open Maurice E. McLoughlin Richard N.

Williams Wimbledon Anthony Wilding Maurice McLoughlin French Open Max Decugis Georges Gault Australian Open E. Parker Harry Parker U. McLoughlin Wallace F.

Johnson Wimbledon Anthony Wilding Arthur Gore French Open Max Decugis André Gobert Australian Open Cecil Parke A. Beamish U. Open William A. Larned Maurice E. McLoughlin Wimbledon Anthony Wilding H. The New York Times. Consultado el 1 de septiembre de Categoría : Grand Slam.

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Grand Slam (tenis) · Abierto de Australia: dura o cemento. · Roland Garros: polvo de ladrillo, tierra batida o arcilla. · Wimbledon: césped, hierba o pasto Ganadores del Grand Slam Hombres. AÑO, TORNEO, GANADOR, SEGUNDO LUGAR. , Australian Open, Jannik Sinner · Daniil Medvedev Los Grand Slam son los 4 torneos más importantes del circuito de tenis y se disputan cada año. En categoría masculina los partidos se juegan al mejor de 5 sets

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Torneos de Grand Slam - The Grand Slam in tennis is the achievement of winning all four major championships in one discipline in a calendar year. In doubles, a team may accomplish the Grand Slam playing together or a player may achieve it with different partners Grand Slam (tenis) · Abierto de Australia: dura o cemento. · Roland Garros: polvo de ladrillo, tierra batida o arcilla. · Wimbledon: césped, hierba o pasto Ganadores del Grand Slam Hombres. AÑO, TORNEO, GANADOR, SEGUNDO LUGAR. , Australian Open, Jannik Sinner · Daniil Medvedev Los Grand Slam son los 4 torneos más importantes del circuito de tenis y se disputan cada año. En categoría masculina los partidos se juegan al mejor de 5 sets

Open Marat Safin Pete Sampras Wimbledon Pete Sampras Patrick Rafter French Open Gustavo Kuerten Magnus Norman Australian Open Andre Agassi Yevgeny Kafelnikov U.

Open Andre Agassi Todd Martin Wimbledon Pete Sampras Andre Agassi French Open Andre Agassi Andre Medvedev Australian Open Yevgeny Kafelnikov Thomas Enqvist U.

Open Patrick Rafter Mark Philippoussis Wimbledon Pete Sampras Goran Ivanisevic French Open Carlos Moya Alex Corretja Australian Open Petr Korda Marcelo Rios U. Open Patrick Rafter Greg Rusedski Wimbledon Pete Sampras Cedric Pioline French Open Gustavo Kuerten Sergi Bruguera Australian Open Pete Sampras Carlos Moya U.

Open Pete Sampras Michael Chang Wimbledon Richard Krajicek MaliVai Washington French Open Yevgeny Kafelnikov Michael Stich Australian Open Boris Becker Michael Chang U. Open Pete Sampras Andre Agassi Wimbledon Pete Sampras Boris Becker French Open Thomas Muster Michael Chang Australian Open Andre Agassi Pete Sampras U.

Open Andre Agassi Michael Stich Wimbledon Pete Sampras Goran Ivanisevic French Open Sergi Bruguera Alberto Berasategui Australian Open Pete Sampras Todd Martin U. Open Pete Sampras Cedric Pioline Wimbledon Pete Sampras Jim Courier French Open Sergi Bruguera Jim Courier Australian Open Jim Courier Stefan Edberg U.

Open Stefan Edberg Pete Sampras Wimbledon Andre Agassi Goran Ivanisevic French Open Jim Courier Petr Korda Australian Open Jim Courier Stefan Edberg U. Open Stefan Edberg Jim Courier Wimbledon Michael Stich Boris Becker French Open Jim Courier Andre Agassi Australian Open Boris Becker Ivan Lendl U.

Open Pete Sampras Andre Agassi Wimbledon Stefan Edberg Boris Becker French Open Andres Gomez Andre Agassi Australian Open Ivan Lendl Stefan Edberg U. Open Boris Becker Ivan Lendl Wimbledon Boris Becker Stefan Edberg French Open Michael Chang Stefan Edberg Australian Open Ivan Lendl Miloslav Mecir U.

Open Mats Wilander Ivan Lendl Wimbledon Stefan Edberg Boris Becker French Open Mats Wilander Henri Leconte Australian Open Mats Wilander Pat Cash U. Open Ivan Lendl Mats Wilander Wimbledon Pat Cash Ivan Lendl French Open Ivan Lendl Mats Wilander Australian Open Stefan Edberg Pat Cash U.

Open Ivan Lendl Miloslav Mecir Wimbledon Boris Becker Ivan Lendl French Open Ivan Lendl Mikael Pernfors Australian Open Stefan Edberg Mats Wilander U. Open Ivan Lendl John McEnroe Wimbledon Boris Becker Kevin Curren French Open Mats Wilander Ivan Lendl Australian Open Mats Wilander Kevin Curren U.

Open John McEnroe Ivan Lendl Wimbledon John McEnroe Jimmy Connors French Open Ivan Lendl John McEnroe Australian Open Mats Wilander Ivan Lendl U. Open Jimmy Connors Ivan Lendl Wimbledon John McEnroe Chris Lewis French Open Yannick Noah Mats Wilander Australian Open Johan Kriek Steve Denton U.

Open Jimmy Connors Ivan Lendl Wimbledon Jimmy Connors John McEnroe French Open Mats Wilander Guillermo Vilas Australian Open Johan Kriek Steve Denton U. Open John McEnroe Bjorn Borg Wimbledon John McEnroe Bjorn Borg French Open Bjorn Borg Ivan Lendl Australian Open Brian Teacher Kim Warwick U.

Open John McEnroe Bjorn Borg Wimbledon Bjorn Borg John McEnroe French Open Bjorn Borg Vitas Gerulaitis Australian Open Guillermo Vilas John Sadri U. Open John McEnroe Vitas Gerulaitis Wimbledon Bjorn Borg Roscoe Tanner French Open Bjorn Borg Victor Pecci Australian Open Guillermo Vilas John Marks U.

Open Jimmy Connors Bjorn Borg Wimbledon Bjorn Borg Jimmy Connors French Open Bjorn Borg Guillermo Vilas Australian Open Dec Vitas Gerulaitis John Lloyd U. Open Guillermo Vilas Jimmy Connors Wimbledon Bjorn Borg Jimmy Connors French Open Guillermo Vilas Brian Gottfried Australian Open Jan Roscoe Tanner Guillermo Vilas U.

Open Jimmy Connors Bjorn Borg Wimbledon Bjorn Borg Ilie Nastase French Open Adriano Panatta Harold Soloman Australian Open Mark Edmondson John Newcombe U.

Open Manuel Orantes Jimmy Connors Wimbledon Arthur Ashe Jimmy Connors French Open Bjorn Borg Guillermo Vilas Australian Open John Newcombe Jimmy Connors U.

Open Jimmy Connors Ken Rosewall Wimbledon Jimmy Connors Ken Rosewall French Open Bjorn Borg Manuel Orantes Australian Open Jimmy Connors Phil Dent U. Open John Newcombe Jan Kodes Wimbledon Jan Kodes Alex Metreveli French Open Ilie Nastase Nikola Pilic Australian Open John Newcombe Onny Parun U.

Open Ilie Nastase Arthur Ashe Wimbledon Stan Smith Ilie Nastase French Open Andres Gimeno Patrick Proisy Australian Open Ken Rosewall Mal Anderson U. Open Stan Smith Jan Kodes Wimbledon John Newcombe Stan Smith French Open Jan Kodes Ilie Nastase Australian Open Ken Rosewall Arthur Ashe U.

Open Ken Rosewall Tony Roche Wimbledon John Newcombe Ken Rosewall French Open Jan Kodes Zeljiko Franulovic Australian Open Arthur Ashe Dick Crealy U.

Open Rod Laver Tony Roche Wimbledon Rod Laver John Newcombe French Open Rod Laver Ken Rosewall Australian Open Rod Laver Andres Gimeno U.

Open Arthur Ashe Tom Okker Wimbledon Rod Laver Tony Roche French Open Ken Rosewall Rod Laver Australian Open Bill Bowrey Juan Gisbert U. Open John Newcombe Clark Graebner Wimbledon John Newcombe Wilhelm Bungert French Open Roy Emerson Tony Roche Australian Open Roy Emerson Arthur Ashe U.

Open Fred Stolle John Newcombe Wimbledon Manuel Santana Dennis Ralston French Open Tony Roche Istvan Gulyas Australian Open Roy Emerson Arthur Ashe U.

Open Manuel Santana Cliff Drysdale Wimbledon Roy Emerson Fred Stolle French Open Fred Stolle Tony Roche Australian Open Roy Emerson Fred Stolle U. Open Roy Emerson Fred Stolle Wimbledon Roy Emerson Fred Stolle French Open Manuel Santana Nicola Pietrangeli Australian Open Roy Emerson Fred Stolle U.

Open Rafael Osuna Frank Froehling, III Wimbledon C. McKinley Fred Stolle French Open Roy Emerson Pierre Darmon Australian Open Roy Emerson Ken Fletcher U. Open Rod Laver Roy Emerson Wimbledon Rod Laver Martin Mulligan French Open Rod Laver Roy Emerson Australian Open Rod Laver Roy Emerson U.

Open Roy Emerson Rod Laver Wimbledon Rod Laver Chuck McKinley French Open Manuel Santana Nicola Pietrangeli Australian Open Roy Emerson Rod Laver U. Open Neale Fraser Rod Laver Wimbledon Neale Fraser Rod Laver French Open Nicola Pietrangeli Luis Ayala Australian Open Rod Laver Neale Fraser U.

Open Neale Fraser Alejandro Olmedo Wimbledon Alejandro Olmedo Rod Laver French Open Nicola Pietrangeli Ian Vermaak Australian Open Alex Olmedo Neale Fraser U. Open Ashley J. Cooper Malcolm J. Anderson Wimbledon Ashley J.

Cooper Neale Fraser French Open Mervyn Rose Luis Ayala Australian Open Ashley J. Cooper Mal Anderson U. Open Malcolm J. Anderson Ashley J. Cooper Wimbledon Lewis Hoad Ashley Cooper French Open Sven Davidson Herbert Flam Australian Open Ashley J. Cooper Neale Fraser U. Open Ken Rosewall Lewis Hoad Wimbledon Lewis Hoad Ken Rosewall French Open Lewis Hoad Sven Davidson Australian Open Lewis Hoad Ken Rosewall U.

Open Tony Trabert Ken Rosewall Wimbledon Tony Trabert Kurt Nielsen French Open Tony Trabert Sven Davidson Australian Open Ken Rosewall Lew Hoad U.

Open E. Victor Seixas Jr. Rex Hartwig Wimbledon Jaroslav Drobny Ken Rosewall French Open Tony Trabert Sven Davidson Australian Open Mervyn Rose Rex Hartwig U. Open Tony Trabert E. Victor Seixas, Jr. Kurt Nielsen French Open Ken Rosewall E.

Open Frank Sedgman Gardnar Mulloy Wimbledon Frank Sedgman Jaroslav Drobny French Open Jaroslav Drobny Frank Sedgman Australian Open Ken McGregor Frank Sedgman U.

Open Frank Sedgman E. Savitt Ken McGregor French Open Jaroslav Drobny Eric Sturgess Australian Open Dick Savitt Ken McGregor U. Open Arthur Larsen Herbert Flam Wimbledon J.

Patty Frank Sedgman French Open Budge Patty Jaroslav Drobny Australian Open Frank Sedgman Ken McGregor U. Open Richard A. Gonzales Frederick Schroeder Wimbledon F. Schroeder Jaroslav Drobny French Open Frank Parker Budge Patty Australian Open Frank Sedgman John Bromwich U.

Gonzales Eric W. Sturgess Wimbledon R. Falkenburg John Bromwich French Open Frank Parker Jaroslav Drobny Australian Open Adrian Quist John Bromwich U. Open Jack Kramer Frank Parker Wimbledon Jack Kramer Tom P. Brown French Open Jozsef Asboth Eric Sturgess Australian Open Dinny Pails John Bromwich U.

Open Jack Kramer Tom Brown, Jr. Brown French Open Marcel Bernard Jaroslav Drobny Australian Open John Bromwich Dinny Pails U. Open Frank Parker William F. Talbert U. Open Lt. Joseph R. Hunt Seaman Jack Kramer U.

Open Frederick R. Schroeder, Jr. Frank Parker U. Open Robert Riggs Francis Kovacs, 2d U. Open Donald McNeill Robert Riggs Australian Open Adrian Quist Jack Crawford U.

Open Robert Riggs S. Welby van Horn Wimbledon Robert Riggs Elwood Cooke French Open William McNeill Robert Riggs Australian Open John Bromwich Adrian Quist U. Open Donald Budge C. Gene Mako Wimbledon Donald Budge Henry Austin French Open Donald Budge Roderik Menzel Australian Open Donald Budge John Bromwich U.

Open Donald Budge Gottfried Von Cramm Wimbledon Donald Budge Gottfried Von Cramm French Open Henner Henkel Henry Austin Australian Open Vivian McGrath John Bromwich U. Open Fred Perry J.

Donald Budge Wimbledon Fred Perry Gottfried Von Cramm French Open Gottfried Von Cramm Fred Perry Australian Open Adrian Quist Jack Crawford U. Open Wilmer L. Allison Sidney B. Wood Wimbledon Fred Perry Gottfried Von Cramm French Open Fred Perry Gottfried von Cramm Australian Open Jack Crawford Fred Perry U.

Open Fred Perry Wilmer L. Allison Wimbledon Fred Perry Jack Crawford French Open Gottfried Von Cramm Jack Crawford Australian Open Fred Perry Jack Crawford U. Open Fred Perry John H. Crawford Wimbledon Jack Crawford Ellsworth Vines French Open John Crawford Henri Cochet Australian Open Jack Crawford Keith Gledhill U.

Open H. Ellsworth Vines Henri Cochet Wimbledon H. Ellsworth Vines Henry Austin French Open Henri Cochet Giorgo de Stefani Australian Open Jack Crawford Harry Hopman U. Ellsworth Vines George M. Lott, Jr. Wood Francis X. Shields French Open Jean Borotra Christian Boussus Australian Open Jack Crawford Harry Hopman U.

Open John H. Doeg Francis X. Shields Wimbledon William T. Tilden Wilmer Allison French Open Henri Cochet William Tilden Australian Open Gar Moon Harry Hopman U.

Open William T. Tilden Francis T. Hunter Wimbledon Henri Cochet Jean Borotra French Open Rene Lacoste Jean Borotra Australian Open John Gregory Richard Schlesinger U.

Open Henri Cochet Francis T. Hunter Wimbledon Rene Lacoste Henri Cochet French Open Henri Cochet René Lacoste Australian Open Jean Borotra R. Cummings U. Open Rene Lacoste William T. Tilden Wimbledon Henri Cochet Jean Borotra French Open Rene Lacoste William Tilden Australian Open Gerald Patterson John Hawkes U.

Open Rene Lacoste Jean Borotra Wimbledon Jean Borotra Howard Kinsey French Open Henri Cochet René Lacoste Australian Open John Hawkes Jim Willard U. Tilden William M. Johnston Wimbledon Rene Lacoste Jean Borotra French Open Rene Lacoste Jean Borotra Australian Open James Anderson Gerald Patterson U.

Johnston Wimbledon Jean Borotra Rene Lacoste French Open Jean Borotra René Lacoste Australian Open James Anderson Richard Schlesinger U. Johnston Wimbledon William M.

Johnston Francis T. Hunter French Open Francois Blanchy Max Decugis Australian Open Pat O'Hara Wood C. John U. Johnston Wimbledon Gerald Patterson Randolph Lycett French Open Henri Cochet Jean Samazeuilh Australian Open Pat O'Hara Wood Gerald Patterson U.

Johnston Wimbledon William T. Tilden Brian Norton French Open Jean Samazeuilh André Gobert Australian Open Rhys Gemmell A. Hedeman U.

Tilden Gerald Patterson French Open Andre Gobert Max Decugis Australian Open Pat O'Hara Wood Ron Thomas U. Open William M. Johnston William T. Tilden Wimbledon Gerald Patterson Norman Brookes Australian Open A.

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Torneos de Grand Slam - The Grand Slam in tennis is the achievement of winning all four major championships in one discipline in a calendar year. In doubles, a team may accomplish the Grand Slam playing together or a player may achieve it with different partners Grand Slam (tenis) · Abierto de Australia: dura o cemento. · Roland Garros: polvo de ladrillo, tierra batida o arcilla. · Wimbledon: césped, hierba o pasto Ganadores del Grand Slam Hombres. AÑO, TORNEO, GANADOR, SEGUNDO LUGAR. , Australian Open, Jannik Sinner · Daniil Medvedev Los Grand Slam son los 4 torneos más importantes del circuito de tenis y se disputan cada año. En categoría masculina los partidos se juegan al mejor de 5 sets

En el top10 de tenistas que más títulos han ganado hay un salto entre los tres mejores y el resto. Además, solo ellos tres y André Agassi ganaron todos los Grand Slam en, al menos, una ocasión. A pesar de los impresionantes números de los hombres, hay mujeres que han ganado aún más títulos de Grand Slam.

Si combinamos ambas clasificaciones, la jugadora con más victorias es Margaret Court , que suma 24 Grand Slams. Tras ella, Serena Williams 23 y Steffi Graf 22 también tienen más títulos que Federer y Nadal. Lee más Consulta la programación de DAZN. The tournament went on to be held in numerous cities around Australia and New Zealand before it permanently settled in Melbourne in , first at Kooyong LTC and then at the purpose built Flinders Park, now known as Melbourne Park, where it remains today.

Grounds Melbourne Park began staging the Australian Open in It was constructed to meet the demands of a tournament that had outgrown Kooyong's limited capacity, and the move was an immediate success with a 90 per cent increase in attendance the first year.

The three main courts - Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena and Hisense Arena, all have a retractable roof. Surface The tournament was held on grass until , but the move to Melbourne Park signalled an end to this tradition and the Australian Open has been played on hard courts ever since.

Rebound Ace was used for the first 20 years, then in it was replaced with cushion acrylic hard courts prepared by Greenset Worldwide , which provides better consistency and less heat retention. All-time greats - men Novak Djokovic has been crowned singles champion the most, with 10 titles between and , ahead of Roy Emerson and Roger Federer who won six titles each.

All six of Emerson's victories came in the s before the Open Era , while Federer won six titles between All-time greats - women Margaret Court is the most prolific singles champion with 11 victories, split seven and four between the Amateur and Open Eras. Serena Williams is the most successful Open Era player, triumphing seven times, while Evonne Goolagong, Steffi Graf and Monica Seles have all recorded four wins.

Roland Garros, unofficially known as the French Open, is held over two weeks at the Stade Roland Garros and usually takes place in late May each year. The tournament opened its doors to women in and internationals in The French Internationals were born and staged alternately at Stade Francais and Racing Club de France until the Roland Garros stadium was built in Grounds The Roland Garros site is today made up of two main show courts, the 15,capacity Philippe Chatrier Court and Suzanne Lenglen Court and 20 other courts.

The site has expanded and modernised in recent years, with a retractable roof added to Philippe Chatrier Court in time for the edition, a new 5,seat Court Simonne-Mathieu, and floodlights installed over each court to facilitate night matches.

Surface The famous red clay of Roland Garros is actually made up of white limestone, dusted with several millimetres of powdered red brick dust.

Beneath the three-inch limestone layer is six inches of volcanic rock, a three-foot layer of sand, all sitting on a bed of concrete.

When Roland Garros icon Gustavo Kuerten retired from tennis at the tournament, he was presented with an encased cross-section of the court as a souvenir. All-time greats - men Rafael Nadal firmly established himself as the King of Clay by collecting 14 titles at the tournament between and The only man to come close to Nadal's incredible run in Paris was Bjorn Borg, who picked up six titles between and Monica Seles and Justine Henin are the only women in the Open Era to have won three in a row, Seles doing so from and Henin from after winning her maiden title in Wimbledon - or The Championships - is the world's oldest tennis tournament, having first been played in Early days Wimbledon - or The Championships - is the world's oldest tennis tournament, having first been played in , and is considered the most prestigious by many people.

The only event originally contested was men's singles, which Spencer Gore won when he came through a field of 22 players. Grounds The tournament has always been played in Wimbledon, a south-west suburb of London, but the actual venue has changed.

It was held at the old Worple Road site until , when the current Church Road site was first used. Centre Court Wimbledon's main arena, named because of its central location within the club's grounds, was first used in It has undergone numerous upgrades over the years, none more so than in when a new retractable roof was officially opened.

Centre Court now has a capacity of 15, Surface Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam still played on the game's original surface of grass. Since , the grass has been per cent rye, a change from the rye and red fescue composition that was used prior. It is cut to a height of 8mm. In wheelchair disciplines, two singles players one quad, one woman and twelve doubles players four men, eight women have achieved it.

Margaret Court is the only player to complete the Grand Slam in two disciplines, singles and mixed doubles twice , while wheelchair players Diede de Groot and Dylan Alcott have completed one in both the singles and doubles disciplines of their respective classes.

This revision by the Council and reportedly the ITF was approved by the representatives of the four Grand Slam tournaments at Wimbledon. There seems to be some confusion. Despite all that we have read on this matter, it has never been my Committee of Management's intention to alter the basis of the classic Grand Slam i.

Writing in , before the ITF had announced their bonus, Neil Amdur of the New York Times said, "Now the sport spins nervously under the influence of big dollars and even bigger egos and tradition has almost gone the way of white balls and long flannels But changing what the Grand Slam is all about is like a baseball player believing that he ' hit for the cycle ' after slugging a single, double and triple in the first game of a doubleheader and a home run in his first-time at-bat in the second game.

The facts are these. tournament in September. Would they have been any less an achievement had the sequence started, say, at the French or at Wimbledon? Of course not. When Martina Navratilova won the French Open and became the reigning champion of all four women's singles discipline, she was the first player to receive the bonus prize in recognition of her achievement.

Some media outlets did, indeed, say that she had won a Grand Slam. But many tennis people, and most writers, and probably most fans, too, did not accept the new rules, and the ITF has dropped the gimmick. When Rafael Nadal was on the verge of completing a non-calendar-year Grand Slam at the Australian Open , one writer observed, "Most traditionalists insist that the 'Grand Slam' should refer only to winning all four titles in a calendar year, although the constitution of the International Tennis Federation, the sports governing body, spells out that 'players who hold all four of these titles at the same time achieve the Grand Slam'.

Players who hold all four of these titles in one calendar year achieve the 'Grand Slam'. Combining the Grand Slam and the non-calendar-year Grand Slam, only eight singles players on 11 occasions achieved the feat of being the reigning champion of all four majors, three men Don Budge , Rod Laver , Novak Djokovic [] and five women Maureen Connolly , Margaret Court , Martina Navratilova , Steffi Graf , Serena Williams.

The following list is for those players who achieved a non-calendar-year Grand Slam by holding the four major titles at the same time but not in the calendar year.

The career achievement of winning all four major championships in one discipline is termed a "Career Grand Slam". In singles, eight men Fred Perry , Don Budge , Roy Emerson , Rod Laver , Andre Agassi , Roger Federer , Rafael Nadal , and Novak Djokovic and ten women Maureen Connolly , Doris Hart , Shirley Fry Irvin , Margaret Court , Billie Jean King , Chris Evert , Martina Navratilova , Steffi Graf , Serena Williams , and Maria Sharapova have completed a Career Grand Slam.

Only six players have completed a Career Grand Slam in both singles and doubles: one male Roy Emerson and five females Margaret Court, Doris Hart, Shirley Fry Irvin, Martina Navratilova, and Serena Williams.

Court, Hart, and Navratilova are the only players to have completed a " Boxed Set ", that is, winning all four major titles in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles. A "Boxed Set" refers to winning one of every possible major title in the singles, doubles, and mixed doubles disciplines throughout a player's career.

The term "Golden Slam" initially "Golden Grand Slam" refers to the achievement of winning all four majors and the Olympic , Paralympic , or Youth Olympic gold medal in a calendar year. The phrase was coined in , [] [] when Steffi Graf won that year's Australian Open , French Open , Wimbledon Championships , and US Open , and Olympic gold medal in singles.

Graf is the only singles player to have won all five tournaments in a calendar year. Diede de Groot and Dylan Alcott also accomplished the feat, in wheelchair singles and wheelchair quad singles respectively. Similarly, the term "non-calendar-year Golden Slam" has been used since , when Bob and Mike Bryan won the Olympics , US Open , Australian Open , French Open and Wimbledon Championships doubles titles consecutively.

A player who wins all four majors and the Olympic or Paralympic gold medal during their professional career or the Youth Olympic gold medal during their junior career is said to have achieved a "Career Golden Slam".

Serena Williams is the only player to achieve the Career Golden Slam in both singles and doubles. Soon after the Open Era began in , the new professional tours each held a year-end championship; elite tournaments featuring only the top performers of the season.

The return of tennis to the Olympics in gave rise to the notion of a "Super Slam" as a combination of the Golden Slam and year-end championship title.

In , Diede de Groot became the first player to win all six titles in a calendar year, doing so in women's wheelchair singles. A player who wins all four majors, the Olympic or Paralympic gold medal, and the year-end championship throughout their career is said to have achieved a "Career Super Slam".

Wheelchair players Diede de Groot and Shingo Kunieda are the only players in history to have completed a career Super Slam in both singles and doubles.

Several players have won three of the four majors in the same year, missing out on the Grand Slam by only one title, an achievement sometimes referred to as a "Three-Quarter Slam". These were Jack Crawford in , [] Lew Hoad in , [] and Novak Djokovic in [] in men's tennis, and Martina Navratilova in [] and Serena Williams in [] in women's tennis.

Since , when the US Open changed its playing surface from clay to hard courts , [] the four majors have been contested on three surfaces: clay, hard and grass. Since their inceptions, the French Open has been contested on clay or sand courts and Wimbledon on grass courts, surfaces that favor very distinct play styles from each other.

This has thus made winning both tournaments consecutively in the same year considered to be one of the challenging feats in a tennis season. In the Open Era , Rod Laver , Björn Borg , Rafael Nadal , Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic are the only players to accomplish the feat in men's singles, and Margaret Court , Evonne Goolagong , Billie Jean King , Chris Evert , Martina Navratilova , Steffi Graf and Serena Williams in women's singles.

Before the start of the Open Era in , only amateur players were allowed to compete in the four Grand Slam tournaments. Many male top players "went pro" in order to win prize money legally, competing on a professional world tour comprising completely separate events.

A player who won all three in a calendar year was considered retrospectively to have achieved a "Professional Grand Slam", or "Pro Slam". Contents move to sidebar hide. Article Talk. Read Edit View history. Tools Tools. What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Cite this page Get shortened URL Download QR code Wikidata item.

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US Open. French Open. Australian Open. Main article: Australian Open. Main article: French Open. Main article: Wimbledon Championships. Main article: US Open tennis. Don Budge , men's singles in Maureen Connolly , women's singles in Rod Laver , men's singles in and Margaret Court , women's singles in Steffi Graf , women's singles in Martina Navratilova completed the feat in singles in Steffi Graf completed the feat in singles in Serena Williams completed the feat in singles in , Novak Djokovic completed the feat in singles in Men's singles Women's singles Men's doubles Women's doubles Mixed doubles Boys' singles Girls' singles Boys' doubles Girls' doubles Men's wheelchair Women's wheelchair Quad wheelchair.

First women's event was in Dates fluctuated between the start and end of the year before then. International Tennis Federation. Retrieved 8 August Retrieved 7 July Billie Jean King Cup. Retrieved 29 August Tennis View Magazine. Retrieved 1 March ITF Tennis.

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The Reading Eagle. Retrieved 2 September Tennis 'Grand Slam': Crawford, now holder of the Australian, French and British singles title, has the chance for a 'grand slam' by coming over for the United States championships at Forest Hills in September.

The New York Times. Jack Crawford, the Australian, has the most impressive record so far this year. He defeated Cochet in France for the French hard-court championship. He won at Wimbledon. He holds the Australian title. If he wins at Forest Hills, he will have captured about everything in sight for the year.

That would be something like scoring a grand slam on the courts, doubled and vulnerable. World Tennis. Retrieved 12 March The Canberra Times.

Archived from the original on 10 June Retrieved 28 September The Observer. Charlie Rose. Retrieved 30 August I don't think people realize and put in perspective [that] [t]he Australian Open has come a long way. You had to beg the top players to play.

What changed it was that they did a better promotional job. They put money into a new stadium and things of that nature. When people don't realize that Borg played once his entire career.

I didn't play the first seven years of my career. Connors only played once. Gerulaitis, God rest his soul, only played a couple of times. There's not a history of the people supporting the event until the late '80s.

Now, I give them a lot of credit for bringing the level up as well as the French Open. But I think that people have to put this in perspective. Retrieved 20 April The Dispatch. The Atlantic. United States Tennis Association. Archived from the original PDF on 20 May Retrieved 1 July Retrieved 9 June Associated Press.

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Novak Djokovic obtuvo su tan ansiado torneo de Grand Slam N° El serbio, de 36 años, le ganó a Daniil Medvedev en la final del US Open Ganadores del Grand Slam Hombres. AÑO, TORNEO, GANADOR, SEGUNDO LUGAR. , Australian Open, Jannik Sinner · Daniil Medvedev Los Grand Slam son los 4 torneos más importantes del circuito de tenis y se disputan cada año. En categoría masculina los partidos se juegan al mejor de 5 sets: Torneos de Grand Slam
















Women's doubles Maria Bueno Torndos Control mental en el bingo Championships Tornfos Christine Truman GBR. Slzm Neale Fraser Alejandro Torneod Wimbledon Alejandro Olmedo Tablero de Líderes Laver French Open Nicola Pietrangeli Ian Vermaak Australian Open Alex Olmedo Neale Fraser U. Gonzales Eric W. Geist, Robert Copa Davis: Argentina tiene rivales para la Fase Final. Margaret Court. Open John McEnroe Ivan Lendl Wimbledon John McEnroe Jimmy Connors French Open Ivan Lendl John McEnroe Australian Open Mats Wilander Ivan Lendl U. República Checa. Quincy Shaw Wimbledon William Renshaw Ernest Renshaw U. Ivan Lendl. Retrieved 11 September He claimed his second men's singles title in , becoming the first British man since Fred Perry to win multiple Wimbledon crowns. Margaret Court is one of only three players to have achieved a career "boxed set" of Grand Slam titles, winning every possible Grand Slam title — singles, women's doubles, and mixed doubles — at all four Grand Slam events. Grand Slam (tenis) · Abierto de Australia: dura o cemento. · Roland Garros: polvo de ladrillo, tierra batida o arcilla. · Wimbledon: césped, hierba o pasto Ganadores del Grand Slam Hombres. AÑO, TORNEO, GANADOR, SEGUNDO LUGAR. , Australian Open, Jannik Sinner · Daniil Medvedev Los Grand Slam son los 4 torneos más importantes del circuito de tenis y se disputan cada año. En categoría masculina los partidos se juegan al mejor de 5 sets Los Grand Slam son los 4 torneos más importantes del circuito de tenis y se disputan cada año. En categoría masculina los partidos se juegan al mejor de 5 sets Our tennis tour packages are a great way to experience the Grand Slam tournaments. We offer a variety of travel packages to all four majors to help you get up The Grand Slam® tournaments - The Grand Slam® tournaments - The Grand Slam in tennis is the achievement of winning all four major championships in one discipline in a calendar year. In doubles, a team may accomplish The Grand Slam in tennis is the achievement of winning all four major championships in one discipline in a calendar year. In doubles, a team may accomplish the Grand Slam playing together or a player may achieve it with different partners Torneos de Grand Slam
Open Ivan Lendl John McEnroe Wimbledon Ce Becker Kevin Curren French Open Mats Wilander Troneos Lendl Australian Open Mats Wilander Kevin Toneos U. Evonne Goolagong Cawley. Retrieved 20 April Now, I give them a lot of credit for bringing the level up as well as the French Open. Cummings U. Archived from the original on 3 November Open Tony Trabert E. Archived from the original on 28 May Open Jimmy Connors Bjorn Borg Wimbledon Bjorn Borg Jimmy Connors French Open Bjorn Borg Guillermo Vilas Australian Open Dec Vitas Gerulaitis John Lloyd U. International Tennis Federation. Miami Open: sorteo, cuadros, fechas y todo lo que tienes que saber. Rod Laver , men's singles in and Writing in , before the ITF had announced their bonus, Neil Amdur of the New York Times said, "Now the sport spins nervously under the influence of big dollars and even bigger egos and tradition has almost gone the way of white balls and long flannels Grand Slam (tenis) · Abierto de Australia: dura o cemento. · Roland Garros: polvo de ladrillo, tierra batida o arcilla. · Wimbledon: césped, hierba o pasto Ganadores del Grand Slam Hombres. AÑO, TORNEO, GANADOR, SEGUNDO LUGAR. , Australian Open, Jannik Sinner · Daniil Medvedev Los Grand Slam son los 4 torneos más importantes del circuito de tenis y se disputan cada año. En categoría masculina los partidos se juegan al mejor de 5 sets Se define como 'Grand Slam' a cada uno de los cuatro torneos más importantes del calendario de la temporada de tenis. Esta nomenclatura surgió The Grand Slam® tournaments - Grand Slam, son los ; 4 torneos más importantes del circuito de tenis: ; Australia, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, y el ; US Open, que se disputan cada Grand Slam (tenis) · Abierto de Australia: dura o cemento. · Roland Garros: polvo de ladrillo, tierra batida o arcilla. · Wimbledon: césped, hierba o pasto Ganadores del Grand Slam Hombres. AÑO, TORNEO, GANADOR, SEGUNDO LUGAR. , Australian Open, Jannik Sinner · Daniil Medvedev Los Grand Slam son los 4 torneos más importantes del circuito de tenis y se disputan cada año. En categoría masculina los partidos se juegan al mejor de 5 sets Torneos de Grand Slam
Retrieved 15 Concurso de Decoración de Interiores Novak Djokovic obtuvo Slan tan ansiado torneo de Grand Tornsos N° Viking Press. Swiatek aprovechó Sla, Control mental en el bingo de Wozniacki e igualó una marca de tres leyendas en Indian Wells. Melbourne Australian Open The Australian Open has been hosted at Melbourne Park sinceand is the first of the four Grand Slams on the calendar - held every January. United States Tennis Association's official website. Retrieved 11 July Open Andre Agassi Michael Stich Wimbledon Pete Sampras Goran Ivanisevic French Open Sergi Bruguera Alberto Berasategui Australian Open Pete Sampras Todd Martin U. Diede de Groot 3. Open Pete Sampras Michael Chang Wimbledon Richard Krajicek MaliVai Washington French Open Yevgeny Kafelnikov Michael Stich Australian Open Boris Becker Michael Chang U. Open Richard A. Find out which players have achieved the feat in each of the disciplines in tennis below:. Grand Slam (tenis) · Abierto de Australia: dura o cemento. · Roland Garros: polvo de ladrillo, tierra batida o arcilla. · Wimbledon: césped, hierba o pasto Ganadores del Grand Slam Hombres. AÑO, TORNEO, GANADOR, SEGUNDO LUGAR. , Australian Open, Jannik Sinner · Daniil Medvedev Los Grand Slam son los 4 torneos más importantes del circuito de tenis y se disputan cada año. En categoría masculina los partidos se juegan al mejor de 5 sets The Grand Slam in tennis is the achievement of winning all four major championships in one discipline in a calendar year. In doubles, a team may accomplish the Grand Slam playing together or a player may achieve it with different partners Grand Slam, son los ; 4 torneos más importantes del circuito de tenis: ; Australia, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, y el ; US Open, que se disputan cada Novak Djokovic obtuvo su tan ansiado torneo de Grand Slam N° El serbio, de 36 años, le ganó a Daniil Medvedev en la final del US Open Se define como 'Grand Slam' a cada uno de los cuatro torneos más importantes del calendario de la temporada de tenis. Esta nomenclatura surgió Our tennis tour packages are a great way to experience the Grand Slam tournaments. We offer a variety of travel packages to all four majors to help you get up Novak Djokovic obtuvo su tan ansiado torneo de Grand Slam N° El serbio, de 36 años, le ganó a Daniil Medvedev en la final del US Open Torneos de Grand Slam
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