These male professional tennis players have the most career singles match wins in the Open Era, which began in April 1968.. Totals as listed by the ATP website. As of 13 October 2021.
Men. John McEnroe won the most titles overall. Jimmy Connors won the most singles titles. Bob and Mike Bryan won 119 doubles titles together. Player. Span. Sing. Doub. Mix.
Thiem has posted 16 wins over the legendary trio, while Del Potro has managed 17, and Murray 29.
Stat of the Day: Daniil Medvedev records his 50th win of the year He’s the second player to reach 50 tour-level wins this year, male or female, after Stefanos Tsitsipas. By John Berkok
Most Tour-Level Wins In 2021 (male or female) 40: Stefanos Tsitsipas (40-10) 36: Andrey Rublev (36-11) 35: Ashleigh Barty (35-6) 34: Novak Djokovic (34-3) 34: Aryna Sabalenka (34-11)
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Rafael Nadal, the most recent player to accomplish the North American summer sweep, is also the only one to have captured all three clay Masters 1000 titles consecutively. ATP Masters 1000 Sunshine Double (Indian Wells, Miami) 2017: Roger Federer 2016: Novak Djokovic 2015: Novak Djokovic 2014: Novak Djokovic 2011: Novak Djokovic 2006: Roger Federer
It was Malisse's first tour-level match since the 2013 US Open, more than eight years ago. “It was fun. That’s the whole reason we participated,” Malisse told ATPTour.com. “Honestly it felt nice to be back, it’s nice to play and also alongside Lloyd after a good summer together and good travelling. It felt really good.
Murray has now won 683 tour-level matches and he believes that adjustments made to his service technique after Wimbledo in July are helping him earn more free points and be more competitive. “If you can’t and you don’t play your best, then winning is a great feeling,” he added. “That’s why I am still playing.