Who has the Most Titles in Men's Tennis History?
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Most Titles in Men's Tennis
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Winning titles in tennis is one of the hardest things a player can do, and to do that consistently is even harder. However, some players are level above others and they have been absolutely dominant in the title department. Here are the most titles won by Men's Singles players in tennis history.
1. Jimmy Connors, USA, 109 Titles
- Jimmy Connors had an incredible 24 year career, and his records are still being chased after today. Connors always left it all out on the court, and he has the trophies to prove it. Connors won an astonishing 109 titles across his career and he cemented himself as one of the best tennis players to ever live because of that. Connors had flair, attitude and a beautiful game.
2. Roger Federer, Switzerland, 103 Titles
- Roger Federer is arguably the best tennis player of all time, and he is closing in on Jimmy Connors' record of 109 titles. Federer has been playing for 22 years and is not showing signs of slowing down. Federer will play another couple years, if not more, and it is sure that he will increase his number of 103 titles to become the player with the most titles in the history of tennis. Federer has a beautiful game and he can beat anyone with ease.
3. Ivan Lendl, USA, 94 Titles
- Ivan Lendl was just an amazing player, and if we are being perfectly honest, if he had as long a career like Connors or Federer he would have been at the top of the list. Lendl was a strong player, both physically and mentally and he was able to dismantle opponents whenever he wanted to. Lendl is one of the best players of all time, and he has accomplished so many things in his career, winning 94 titles along the way.
4. Rafael Nadal, Spain, 85 Titles
- Rafael Nadal has been an absolutely dominant force in the world of tennis, and not only on clay-courts. Nadal has won 19 Grand Slam titles in his career and he has shown us that he is here to stay and win more titles. Nadal had 85 titles to his name, and he is sure to surpass Lendl if he keeps playing the way he has been recently. Nadal is strong mentally, physically and he is the biggest competitor the sport has ever seen.
5. Novak Djokovic, Serbia, 79 Titles
- Novak Djokovic has always been behind Nadal and Federer in the titles category, whether it is overall or at Grand Slam level, but he is continuously proving that he is here for a long time. Djokovic has 79 titles to his name and he is going to win plenty more with his amazing return game and strong mentality. Djokovic is a one of a kind player, a mixture of Pete Sampras and Ivan Lendl. Djokovic will move higher on this list for sure.