There is no doubt that tennis is one of the most popular game forms that has gained the attention of people throughout the world. Tennis has seen some of the most versatile players in its long journey of several decades.

The famous Melbourne Park in Australia arranges the Australian Open event every year in the closing weeks of January. Since 1988, the Australian Open has been played on hard courts. One of the most prominent features of the Australian Open is the retractable roof in the two main courts of the Hisense Arena and Rod Laver Arena.

The Australian Open has been a stage for the greatest tennis players who have set records in this grand slam. Not every tennis player enjoys success on the hardcourt, especially players who are masters of the clay surface.

Sampras, famous for numerous records, wasn’t able to show his convincing skills on the hardcourt of the Australian Open which showed his limitation. However, American Agassi and Swiss Federer with their 4 Australian Open titles depicted their excellent grip on hard court as well.

The top ten best male tennis players with the most Australian Open titles are as follows:


Kenneth Robert Rosewall


Roy Stanley Emerson


Mats Wilander


Andre Agassi


Roger Federer


Rafael Nadal


Rod Laver


Stefan Edberg


Jim Courier


Ivan Lendl

These best tennis players have been successful in winning the most titles in the Australian Open. Among these stars, Roy Emerson is leading with his record of six Australian Open titles, which is still to be conquered by second-leading tennis star Roger Federer with four Australian Open titles.

Stefan Edberg and Jim Courier were famous for their hardcourt performances and managed to win the Australian grand slam too. However, Roy is the only name that has been successfully ruled the Australian Open championship.

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