Top 3 Tennis Players Records and accomplishments:

Novak Djokovic‘s Open Era Achievements:

Novak Djokovic is the greatest youngest Serbian Tennis player, born on22nd May 1987.

He is recently the World’s No 1 Tennis Player, ranked by ATP for 2011 as well as 2012. He made many Open Era Men’s world record.

He is the sixth major player of the open era by winning 3 Majors in a year.

He became the 9th player after reaching the French Open Final.

Longest Grand Slam’s Men’s Single Final & Grand Slam:

He played in all 4 Grand Slam‘s semifinals successively and separately. He played the Grand Slam’s men’s singles final that was recorded as the longest event of 5hrs and 53 minutes and won 2 titles of Australian Open.

ATP Tournaments and other Achievements:

He played the series matches of ATP World Tour Masters 1000 and won its 31 series successively. Djokovic won the titles of 2008 & 2012‘s Tennis Masters.

He broke the record of a single season with 5 titles and won 13 titles of Master 1000 series matches. He is having many achievements and awards. He won Laureus World Sports Award for Sportsman of 2011. He was announced as Best Male Tennis Player ESPY Award 2012.

Rafael Nadal Parera “The King of Clay”

Rafael Nadal Parera is a former World No. 1 Spanish tennis player and was considered the all-time greatest player, Rafael Nadal Parera born 3rd June 1986. He was given the rank of No.4 by the ATP on 24th, December 2012. His nickname is “The King of Clay” because of his greatest success on clay

Titles Awards and Other Achievements:

Rafael Nadal Parera has played and won 11single titles of Grand Slam. He won the titles hardcourts, grass, and clay. In Davis Cup finals of 2004, 2008, 2009, 2011, he was a member of the Spanish team. He received the title of Seven French Open records. He was awarded the singles Olympic gold medal in 2008. Rafael Nadal Parera won the US Open in 2011 and accomplished the Grand Slam. Andre Agassi was the 1st male player who completed the Career Golden Slam and Rafael Nadal Parera became 2nd male player after winning the French Open in 2012. Rafael Nadal Parera also won the Grand Slam 7 times.

Roger Federer and his achievements:

Roger Federer is a Swiss Tennis player who was born on 8th Aug 1981. The ATP gave him the World No.2 rank in December 2012. He is recognized as the greatest tennis player. Roger Federer won 17 titles in the Grand Slam tournament and played the final of Grand Slam 5 times and eight times the Wimbledon final. Roger Federer made many Open Eras’ men’s world records and was the No. 1 player for 203 weeks successively. From 2004 to 2008 he was holding 237 weeks as a top player successively.

ATO Tournaments & Title Sharing with other Players:

■ Won 21 ATP Masters 1000 titles (the record was shared with Nadal)

■ All 9 finals of ATP Masters 1000 tournaments

■ Won 2006 Arthur Ashe Humanitarian

■ 14 titles Grand Slam singles

■ In 2000, qualified in Tennis Master Cup

■ Won 6 ATP World Tour Finals

■ 4 Grand Slam titles, with Agassi at the Australian Open

■ 7 titles, with Pete Sampras, Wimbledon

■ 5 titles, with Jimmy Connors and Sampras at the US Open

■ Won Olympic gold Medal 2008 Summer Olympic Games

Top3 Tennis Players Records and accomplishments Women:

Justine Henin Harden:

Justine Henin is a Belgian retired and former World’s No 1 tennis player. Henin retired from WTA in early 2008 and came back to WTA in 2010. She then lost in the 2nd tournament of the Australian Open final. She is versatile and a complete tennis player. The success reason is her one-handed backhand. According to her, she was forced to retire as a tennis player because of her elbow injury.

Achievement and Titles

She is recognized best tennis player during her time, Said Billie Jean King, and also stated her as the best athlete among women.

■ Won 7 Grand Slam singles titles

■ Won 4 French Open titles

■ Won 43 WTA singles titles

■ Won 1 Australian Open title

■ Won 2 US Open titles

■ Won the Sony Ericsson Championships twice

■ At, 2004 Summer Olympics, she was awarded the singles, Gold Medal

■ Named as 30 Legends of Women’s Tennis, in June 2011

Serena Jameka Williams 

Jameka Williams is an American tennis player, born on 26th Sep 1981). In 2008, she was ranked as World’s No 1 tennis player first time and she has been ranked on five different

Achievements and Tilts and Rewards:

■ Recognized as an all-time best tennis player.

■ Won WTA Tour Championships 3 times.

■ Won 15 titles of Grand Slam singles

■ Won 13 titles of Grand Slam doubles

■ Won 2 titles of Grand Slam mixed doubles.

■ Won over $40 million prize money.

■ Won one Olympic gold medals in singles

■ Won three Olympic gold medals in doubles

Venus Ebony:

Venus Ebony is a U.S tennis player who was born in June 1980. She has been No. She is the No1 Tennis player previously. She has been position by WTA on 3 different events.

Achievements & Titles:

■ In 2002, was ranked as the world’s no 1

■ Won 7 tiles of Grand Slam

■ Won 13 titles in doubles

■ Won 2 titles of doubles (mixed)

■ Won 7 singles titles of Grand Slam

■ Won more than 5 titles ofWimbledonsingles

■ Won 4 of 6 titles Grand titles single during Wimbledon Championships 2000 & US Open 2001.

■ Won 1 gold medal Olympic in singles

■ Won 3 gold medals in Olympic doubles.

  • In 2000, her longest steak was the Wimbledon Championships game and final of Generali Ladies Linz Game.

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