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This is a list of top international male tennis players.

To keep the list at a reasonable length, it includes only players who have been officially ranked among the top 25 singles players in the "Open Era"; been ranked in the top five prior to the Open Era; have been a singles quarter-finalist or better at a Grand Slam tournament; have been finalists at the Grand Prix Masters/ATP Tour World Championships/Tennis Masters Cup/ATP World Tour Finals; have been singles medalists at the Olympics; have won a Grand Slam or Olympic doubles title; or have been ranked World No. 1 in singles or doubles.

Players who have won more than one Grand Slam singles title or have been ranked World No.1 in singles have been put in bold font so as to stand out. Information on each player includes year of birth and death, country of origin or citizenship, and accolades which refer to singles play unless otherwise stated. Players who retired have been put in italic.

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X-Z

A

  • Andre Agassi (1970-) - (United States USA) - winner of 8 grand slam singles titles and 1 Olympic singles gold medal → 1992 Wimbledon champion, 1999 finalist, 1995/2001 semi-finalist, 1991/1993 quarter-finalist • 1994/1999 U.S. Open champion, 1990/1995/2002/2005 finalist, 1988/1989 semi-finalist, 1992/2001/2004 quarter-finalist • 1995 (first appearance)/2000/2001/2003 Australian Open champion • 1999 French Open champion, 1990/1991 finalist, 1988/1992 semi-finalist, 1995/2001/2002/2003 quarter-finalist • 1996 Olympic gold medalist • 1990 Masters champion, 1999/2000/2003 finalist, 1991/1994 semi-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 101 weeks
  • Ronald Agénor (1964-) - (Haiti/United States Haiti/USA) - 1989 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 22 in 1989
  • Juan Aguilera (1962-) - (Spain/Spain Spain) - ranked World No. 7 in 1984
  • Karim Alami (1973-) - (Morocco Morocco) - ranked World No. 25 in 2000
  • Pieter Aldrich (1965) - (South Africa/South Africa South Africa) - winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1990 Australian Open champion, partnering Danie Visser • 1990 US Open champion, partnering Visser • ranked World No. 1 for 17 weeks
  • Fred Alexander (1880-1969) (United States USA) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1908 Australian champion
  • John Alexander (1951-) - (Australia Australia) - 1977 (December) Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 8 in 1975
  • Wilmer Allison, Jr. (1904-1977) (United States USA) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1935 U.S. champion • ranked World No. 4 in 1932/1935
  • Nicolás Almagro (1985-) (Spain Spain) - 2008 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 11 in 2008
  • Manuel Alonso (1895-1984) (Spain Spain) - 1921 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1922/1923/1925/1927 U.S. quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 1927
  • Victor Amaya (1954-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 15 in 1980 - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1980 French Open doubles champion, partnering 'Hank Pfister
  • Vijay Amritraj (1953-) - (India India) - 1973/1981 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1973/1974 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 16 in 1980
  • Mario Ančić (1984-) - (Croatia Croatia) - 2004 Olympic Games doubles bronze medalist • 2004 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 2006 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 2006
  • Mal Anderson (1935-) (Australia Australia) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1957 U.S. champion, 1958 finalist • 1958/1972 Australian (Open) finalist, 1957 semi-finalist — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1957 French champion, partnering Ashley Cooper • ranked World No. 2 in 1957/1958
  • Igor Andreev (1983-) (Russia Russia) - 2007 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 18 in 2008
  • John Andrews (1952-) (United States USA) - 1975 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Matt Anger (1963-) (United States USA) - ranked World No. 23 in 1986
  • Paul Annacone (1963-) - (United States USA) - 1984 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 12 in 1986 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1985 Australian Open champion, partnering Christo Van Rensburg
  • Hicham Arazi (1973) - (Morocco Morocco) - 1997/1998 French Open quarter-finalist • 2000/2004 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 22 in 2001
  • Jimmy Arias (1964-) - (United States USA) - 1983 U.S. Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 1984
  • Jordi Arrese (1964-) - (Spain Spain) - 1992 Olympic silver medalist • ranked World No. 23 in 1991
  • József Asbóth (1917-1986) - (Hungary Hungary) - winner of 1 grand slam title → 1947 French champion • 1948 Wimbledon semi-finalist
  • Arthur Ashe (1943-1993) - (United States USA) - winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1968 US Open champion, 1972 finalist • 1970 Australian Open champion, 1971 finalist • 1975 Wimbledon champion, 1968/1969 semi-finalist • 1970/1971 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 2 in 1975

B

  • Marcos Baghdatis (1985-) - (Cyprus Cyprus) - 2006 Australian Open finalist • 2006 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 2007 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 10 in 2006
  • Corrado Barazzutti (1953-) - (Italy Italy) - 1977 US Open semi-finalist • 1978 French Open semi-finalist • 1980 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 1978
  • Pierre Barthès (1941-) (France France) - ranked a World Top 20 player for 1971 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1970 French Open champion, partnering Nikola Pilic
  • Jeremy Bates (1962-) - (United Kingdom Great Britain) - winner of 2 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1987 Wimbledon champion, partnering Jo Durie • 1991 Australian Open champion, partnering Durie
  • Boris Becker (1967-) - (West Germany West Germany/GermanyGermany) - winner of 6 grand slam singles titles → 1985/1986/1989 Wimbledon champion, 1988/1990/1991/1995 finalist • 1989 US Open champion • 1991/1996 Australian Open champion, 1984 quarter-finalist (first appearance) • 1987/1989/1991 French Open semi-finalist • 1988/1992/1995 Masters champion, 1985/1986/1989/1994/1996 finalist, 1990 semi-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 12 weeks — winner of 1 Olympic doubles gold medal → 1992 Barcelona gold medalist, partnering Michael Stich
  • Mike Belkin (1945-) - (Canada Canada) - 1968 Australian quarter-finalist
  • Eduardo Bengoechea (1959-) - (Argentina Argentina) - ranked World No. 21 in 1987
  • Julien Benneteau (1981-) - (France France) - 2006 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Alberto Berasategui (1973-) - (Spain Spain) - 1994 French Open finalist • 1998 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 1994
  • Tomáš Berdych - (1985-) - (Czech Republic Czech Republic) - 2007 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 10 in 2006
  • Lennart Bergelin (1925-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1946/1948/1951 Wimbledon quarter-finalist - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1948 French champion, partnering Jaroslav Drobný
  • Jay Berger (1966-) - (United States USA) - 1989 US Open quarter-finalist • 1989 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 1990
  • Christian Bergström (1967) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1993 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Paolo Bertolucci (1954) - (Italy Italy) - 1973 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 12 in 1973
  • Mahesh Bhupathi (1974-) - (India India) - winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1999/2001 French Open champion, both partnering Leander Paes • 1999 Wimbledon champion, partnering Paes • 2002 US Open champion, partnering Max Mirnyi — winner of 7 grand slam mixed doubles titles
  • Jonas Björkman (1972-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1997 US Open semi-finalist • 2006 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 2003 quarter-finalist • 1998/2002 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1997 — winner of 8 grand slam doubles titles → 1998/1999/2001 Australian Open champion, partnering Jacco Eltingh, Patrick Rafter, Todd Woodbridge respectively • 2004/2005 French Open champion, both partnering Max Mirnyi • 2002/2003/2004 Wimbledon champion, all partnering Woodbridge • ranked World No. 1 for 70 weeks
  • Byron Black (1969-) - (Zimbabwe Zimbabwe) - 1995 US Open quarter-finalist • 2000 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 22 in 1996 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1994 French Open champion, partnering Jonathan Stark
  • Wayne Black (1973-) - (Zimbabwe Zimbabwe) - winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 2001 U.S. Open doubles champion and 2005 Australian Open doubles champion, both partnering Kevin Ullyett
  • James Blake (1979-) - (United States USA) - 2005/2006 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 2006
  • Galo Blanco (1976-) - (Spain Spain) - 1997 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Arnaud Boetsch (1968-) - (France France) - ranked World No. 12 in 1996
  • Björn Borg (1956-) - (Sweden Sweden) - winner of 11 grand slam singles titles → 1974/1975/1978/1979/1980/1981 French Open champion, 1976 quarter-finalist • 1976/1977/1978/1979/1980 Wimbledon champion, 1981 finalist, 1973/1975 quarter-finalist • 1976/1978/1980/1981 US Open finalist, 1975 semi-finalist, 1979 quarter-finalist • 1979/1980 Masters champion • ranked World No. 1 for 109 weeks
  • Jean Borotra (1898-1994) - (France France) - winner of 5 grand slam singles titles → 1924/1931 French champion, 1925/1929 finalist • 1924/1926 Wimbledon champion, 1925/1927/1929 finalist • 1928 Australian champion • 1926 U.S. finalist • ranked World No. 2 for 1926 — winner of 10 grand slam doubles titles → 1925/1928/1929/1934/1936 French champion • 1925/1932/1933 Wimbledon champion • 1928 Australian champion — winner of 5 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1925 Wimbledon champion • 1926 U.S. champion • 1927/1934 French champion • 1928 Australian champion
  • Jeff Borowiak (1949-) - United States USA) - ranked World No. 25 in 1977
  • William Bowrey (1943-) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1968 Australian champion, 1969 (Australian Open) quarter-finalist
  • John Bromwich (1918-1999) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1939/1946 Australian champion • 1948 Wimbledon finalist — winner of 7 grand slam doubles titles → 1938/1939/1946/1947/1948/1949/1950 Australian champion, all partnering Adrian Quist
  • Norman Brookes (1877-1967) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1907/1914 Wimbledon champion, 1909/1919 finalist • 1912 Australasian champion • rated co-World No. 1 for 1911 — winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1907/1914 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Anthony Wilding • 1924 Australian champion — winner of at least 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1907 Wimbledon mixed doubles champion
  • Geoffrey Brown (United Kingdom Great Britain) - 1946 Wimbledon finalist, 1947 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 3 amateur in 1946
  • Tom Brown (United States USA) - 1946 U.S. finalist • 1947 Wimbledon finalist, 1946 semi-finalist, 1948 quarter-finalist
  • Jacques Brugnon (1895-1978) - (France France) - winner of 10 grand slam doubles titles → 1926/1928/1932/1933 Wimbledon champion, the first two partnering Henri Cochet and the later two, Jean Borotra • 1927/1928/1930/1932/1934 French champion, the first three with Cochet and the later two with Borotra • 1928 Australian champion, partnering Borotra — winner of 2 grand slam mixed doubles titles -> 1925/1926 French champion
  • Sergi Bruguera (1971-) - (Spain Spain) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1993/1994 French Open champion, 1997 finalist, 1995 semi-finalist • winner of 2 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 3 in 1994
  • Bob Bryan (1978-) - (United States USA) - winner of 6 grand slam doubles titles, all partnering brother Mike Bryan → 2003 French Open champion • 2005 US Open champion • 2006/2007/2009 Australian Open champion • 2006 Wimbledon champion • 2003/2004 Masters champion, both partnering brother • with brother, ranked co-World No. 1 in doubles for 124 weeks — winner of 5 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 2003/2004/2006 US Open champion, the first partnering Katarina Srebotnik, the second with Vera Zvonareva, and the third with Martina Navratilova • 2008 French Open champion, partnering Victoria Azarenka • 2008 Wimbledon champion, partnering Samantha Stosur
  • Mike Bryan (1978) - (United States USA) - winner of 6 grand slam doubles titles, all partnering brother Bob Bryan -> 2003 French Open champion • 2005 US Open champion • 2006/2007/2009 Australian Open champion • 2006 Wimbledon champion • 2003/2004 Masters champion, both partnering brother • with brother, co-ranked World No. 1 in doubles for 124 weeks — winner of 2 grand slam mixed doubles → 2002 US Open champion, partnering Lisa Raymond • 2003 French Open champion, partnering Raymond
  • Earl "Butch" Buchholz (1940-) - (United States USA) - 1969 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 5 amateur in 1960
  • Don Budge (1915-2000) - (United States USA) - winner of 6 Grand Slam singles titles and first ever calendar year Grand Slam winner → 1937/1938 Wimbledon champion • 1937/1938 U.S. champion, 1936 finalist • 1938 French champion • 1938 Australian championWorld No. 1 for 5 years

C

  • Darren Cahill (1965-) - (Australia Australia) - 1988 U.S. Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 22 in 1989
  • Oliver Campbell (1871-1953) - (United States USA) - winner of 3 grand slam singles titles→ 1890/1891/1892 U.S. champion — winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1888/1891/1892 U.S. champion
  • Agustín Calleri (1976-) - (Argentina Argentina) - ranked World No. 16 in 2003
  • Omar Camporese (1968-) - (Italy Italy) - ranked World No. 18 in 1992
  • Francesco Cancellotti (1963-) - (Italy Italy) - ranked World No. 21 in 1985
  • Guillermo Cañas (1977-) - (Argentina Argentina) - 2002/2005/2007 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 8 in 2005
  • Cristiano Caratti (1970-) - (Italy Italy) - 1991 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Tomas Carbonell (1968-) - (Spain Spain) - ranked World No. 22 in 1995 — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 2001 French Open champion, partnering Virginia Ruano Pascual
  • Kent Carlsson (1968-) - (Sweden Sweden) - ranked World No. 6 in 1988
  • Ross Case (1951-) - (Australia Australia) - 1973/1977[Jan] Australian Open semi-finalist
  • Pat Cash (1965-) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1987 Wimbledon champion, 1984 semi-finalist, 1982/1986/1988 quarter-finalist • 1987/1988 Australian Open finalist, 1984 quarter-finalist • 1984 US Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1988
  • Malcolm Chace (1875-1955) - (United States USA) - 1894 U.S. semi-finalist — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1894 U.S. champion, partnering Robert Wrenn
  • Thierry Champion (1966-) - (France France) - 1990 French Open quarter-finalist • 1991 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • Michael Chang (1972-) - (United States USA) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1989 French Open champion, 1995 finalist • 1996 Australian Open finalist • 1996 US Open finalist • ranked World No. 2 in 1996
  • Juan Ignacio Chela (1979-) - (Argentina Argentina) - 2004 French Open quarter-finalist • 2007 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 15 in 2004
  • Andrei Cherkasov (1970-) - (Soviet Union USSR /Russia Russia) - 1990 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1990 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 13 in 1991
  • Andrei Chesnokov (1966-) - (Soviet Union USSR/Russia Russia) - 1989 French Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 9 in 1991
  • Marin Čilić (1988-) - (Croatia Croatia) - ranked World No. 14 in 2009
  • Francisco Clavet (1968-) - (Spain Spain) - ranked World No. 18 in 1992
  • Arnaud Clément (1977-) - (France France) - 2001 Australian Open finalist • 2008 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 10 in 2001
  • Jose-Luis Clerc (1958-) - (Argentina Argentina) - 1981/1982 French Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1981
  • William Clothier (1881-1962) - (United States USA) - winner of 1 grand slam title → 1906 U.S. champion, 1904/1909 finalist
  • Henri Cochet (1901-1987) - (France France) — winner of 7 grand slam singles titles → 1922/1926/1928/1930/1932 French champion, 1933 finalist • 1927/1929 Wimbledon champion, 1928 finalist • 1928 U.S. champion, 1932 finalist — winner of 5 grand slam doubles titles → 1927/1930/1932 French champion • 1926/1928 Wimbledon champion - winner of 3 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1927 U.S. champion • 1928/1928 French champion • ranked World No. 1 for 3 years
  • Grant Connell - (Canada Canada) - 1995 ATP Tour Championships doubles champion, partnering Patrick Galbraith • ranked World No. 1 in doubles for 11 weeks
  • Jimmy Connors (1952-) - (United States USA) - winner of 8 grand slam singles titles → 1974 Australian Open champion, 1975 finalist • 1974/1982 Wimbledon champion, 1975/1977/1978/1984 finalist • 1974/1976/1978/1982/1983 US Open champion, 1975/1977 finalist • 1979/1980/1984/1985 French Open semi-finalist • 1977 Masters champion • ranked World No. 1 for 268 weeks — winner of at least 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1973 Wimbledon champion • 1975 US Open champion
  • Elwood Cooke (1913-2004) - (United States USA) - 1939 Wimbledon finalist - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1939 Wimbledon champion, partnering Bobby Riggs
  • John Cooper (1946-) - (Australia Australia)
  • Patricio Cornejo (1944-) - (Chile Chile) - 1974 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Guillermo Coria (1982-) - (Argentina Argentina) - 2004 French Open finalist, 2003 semi-finalist • 2003/2005 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 3 in 2004
  • Alex Corretja (1974-) - (Spain Spain) - 1998/2001 French Open finalist, 2002 semi-finalist • 1998 Masters champion • ranked World No. 2 in 1999
  • Albert Costa (1975-) - (Spain Spain) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2002 French Open champion • 1997 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 6 in 2002
  • Carlos Costa (1968-) - (Spain Spain) - ranked World No. 10 in 1992
  • Jim Courier (1970-) - (United States USA) - winner of 4 grand slam singles titles → 1991/1992 French Open champion, 1993 finalist, 1994 semi-finalist, 1996 quarter-finalist • 1992/1993 Australian Open champion, 1994 semi-finalist, 1995/1996 quarter-finalist • 1991 US Open finalist, 1992/1995 semi-finalist • 1993 Wimbledon finalist, 1991 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 58 weeks
  • Jack Crawford (1908-1991) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 6 grand slam singles titles → 1931/1932/1933/1935 Australian champion • 1933 French champion • 1933 Wimbledon champion • 1933 U.S. finalist — winner of 6 grand slam doubles titles → 1929/1930/1932/1935 Australian champion, the first two partnering Harry Hopman, the third with Edgar Moon, and the fourth with Vivian McGrath • 1935 French champion, partnering Adrian Quist • 1935 Wimbledon champion, partnering Quist
  • Dick Crealy (1944-) - (Australia Australia)
  • Kevin Curren (1958-) - (South Africa South Africa/United States USA) - 1984 Australian Open finalist • 1985 Wimbledon finalist, 1983 semi-finalist, 1990 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 5
  • Pablo Cuevas (1986) - (Uruguay) - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2008 French Open champion, partnering Luis Horna • ranked World No. 14 in 2009

D

  • Sven Davidson (1928-2008) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1957 French champion, 1955 finalist
  • Dwight Davis (1879-1945) - (United States USA)
  • Scott Davis (1962-) - (United States USA)
  • Franco Davín (1970-) - (Argentina Argentina) - 1991 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Nikolay Davydenko (1981-) - (Russia Russia) - 2005/2007 French Open semi-finalist, 2006/2009 quarter-finalist • 2007 US Open semi-finalist • 2005/2006/2007 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 2008/2009 Masters finalist, 2005 semi-finalist • winner of 2 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 3 in 2006
  • Juan Martín del Potro (1988-) - (Argentina Argentina) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2009 US Open champion, 2008 quarter-finalist • 2009 French Open semi-finalist • 2009 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 2009 Masters finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 2009
  • Phil Dent (1950-) - (Australia Australia) - 1974 Australian Open finalist, 1968/1977(Jan)/1979 quarter-finalist • 1977 French Open semi-finalist • 1977 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • Taylor Dent (1981-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 21 in 2005
  • Steve Denton (1956-) - (United States USA) - 1981/1982 Australian Open finalist • ranked World No. 12 in 1983
  • Filip Dewulf (1972-) - (Belgium Belgium) - 1997 French Open semi-finalist, 1998 quarter-finalist
  • Colin Dibley (1944-) - (Australia Australia) - 1979 Australia Open semi-finalist • 1973 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Eddie Dibbs (1951-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 5 in 1978
  • Mark Dickson - (United States USA) - 1983 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Keith Diepraam - (South Africa South Africa) - 1965 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • Arnaud di Pasquale (1979-) - (France France) - 2000 Olympic bronze medalist
  • Novak Djoković (1987-) - (Serbia and Montenegro Serbia and Montenegro/Serbia Serbia) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2008 Australian Open champion, 2009 quarter-finalist • 2007 US Open finalist, 2008/2009 semi-finalist • 2007 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 2009 quarter-finalist • 2007/2008 French Open semi-finalist, 2006 quarter-finalist • 2008 Masters champion • 2008 Olympic Singles bronze medalist • winner of 5 Masters Series titles • World No. 3 in 2007
  • Sláva Doseděl (1970-) - (Czech Republic Czech Republic) - 1999 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Scott Draper (1974-) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles champion → 2005 Australian Open champion, partnering Samantha Stosur
  • Hendrik Dreekmann (1975-) - (Germany Germany) - 1994 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Brad Drewett (1958-) - (Australia Australia) - 1975 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Jaroslav Drobný (1921-2001) - (Czechoslovakia/Egypt/Egypt/United Kingdom Czechoslovakia/Egypt/Great Britain) - winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1951/1952 French champion, 1946/1948/1950 finalist • 1954 Wimbledon champion, 1949/1952 finalist, 1946 semi-finalist, 1947 quarter-finalist — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1948 French champion, partnering Lennart Bergelin — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1948 French champion
  • Cliff Drysdale (1941-) - (South Africa South Africa) - 1968 US Open quarter-finalist • 1969 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1971 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 13 in 1974 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1972 US Open champion
  • Robin Drysdale (1952-) - (United Kingdom Great Britain) - 1977 (December) Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Pat Du Pré (1954-) - (Belgium Belgium/United States USA) - 1979 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1979 US Open quarter-finalist

E

  • Stefan Edberg (1966-) - (Sweden Sweden) - winner of 6 grand slam singles titles → 1985/1987 Australian Open champion, 1990/1992/1993 finalist, 1988/1991/1994 semi-finalist, 1984/1989 quarter-finalist • 1988/1990 Wimbledon champion, 1989 finalist, 1987/1991/1993 semi-finalist, 1992 quarter-finalist • 1991/1992 US Open champion, 1986/1987 semi-finalist, 1996 quarter-finalist (last appearance) • 1989 French Open finalist, 1985/1991/1993 quarter-finalist • 1989 Masters champion • winner of 4 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 1 for 72 weeks — winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1987/1996 Australian Open champion, the first partnering Anders Järryd, the second with Petr Korda • 1987 US Open champion, partnering Järryd • ranked World No. 1 in 1986
  • Mark Edmondson (1954-) - Australia Australia) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1976 Australian Open champion • ranked World No. 15 in 1982 — winner of 5 grand slam doubles titles → 1980/1981/1983/1984 Australian Open champion, the first two partnering Kim Warwick, the third with Paul McNamee, the fourth with Sherwood Stewart • 1985 French Open champion, partnering Warwick
  • Younes El Aynaoui (1971-) - (Morocco Morocco) - 2000/2003 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 2002/2003 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 14 in 2003
  • Ismail El Shafei (1947-) - (United Arab Republic United Arab Republic / Egypt Egypt) - 1974 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • Jacco Eltingh (1970-) - (Netherlands Netherlands) - winner of 6 grand slam doubles titles → 1994/1998 Australian Open champion, the first partnering Paul Haarhuis, the second with Jonas Björkman • 1994 US Open champion, partnering Haarhuis • 1995/1998 French Open champion, both partnering Haarhuis • 1998 Wimbledon champion, partnering Haarhuis • ranked World No. 1 in 1995
  • Roy Emerson (1936-) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 12 grand slam singles titles -> 1961/1963/1965/1966/1967 Australian champion, 1962 finalist • 1961/1964 U.S. champion, 1962 finalist • 1963/1967 French champion, 1962 finalist • 1964/1965 Wimbledon champion • ranked World No. 1 amateur in 1964/1965
  • Thomas Enqvist (1974-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1999 Australian Open finalist, 1996 quarter-finalist • 2001 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • winner of 3 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 4 in 1999
  • Jonathan Erlich (1977-) - (Israel Israel) - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2008 Australian Open champion, partnering Andy Ram
  • Nicolas Escudé (1976-) - (France France) - 1998 (first appearance) Australian Open semi-finalist • 2001 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1999 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 17 in 2000
  • Kelly Evernden (1962) - (New Zealand New Zealand) - 1987 Australian Open quarter-finalist

F

  • Brian Fairlie (1948-) - (New Zealand New Zealand) - ranked World No. 24 in 1973
  • Robert Falkenburg (1926-) - (United States United States) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1948 Wimbledon champion, 1947 quarter-finalist — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1944 United States doubles champion • 1947 Wimbledon doubles champion
  • Roger Federer (1981-) - (Switzerland Switzerland) - winner of 15 grand slam singles titles (record) and reached 21 finals (record) → 2003/2004/2005/2006/2007/2009 Wimbledon champion, 2008 finalist, 2001 quarter-finalist, 2000 doubles quarter-finalist • 2004/2006/2007 Australian Open champion, 2009 finalist, 2005/2008 semi-finalist • 2004/2005/2006/2007/2008 US Open champion, 2009 finalist • 2009 French Open champion, 2006/2007/2008 finalist, 2005 semi-finalist, 2001 quarter-finalist • 2003/2004/2006/2007 Masters champion, 2005 finalist, 2002/2009 semi-finalist • winner of 16 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 1 for 258 weeks (including 237 consecutive weeks, an all-time record) — winner of 1 Olympic doubles gold medal → 2008 gold medalist, partnering Stanislas Wawrinka
  • Peter Feigl (1951-) - (Austria Austria) - 1978 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Wayne Ferreira (1971-) - (South Africa/South Africa South Africa) - 1992/2003 Australian Open semi-finalist • 1992 US Open quarter-finalist • 1994 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1992 Olympic silver medalists • ranked World No. 6 in 1995
  • David Ferrer (1982-) - (Spain Spain) - 2007 US Open semi-finalist • 2005/2008 French Open quarter-finalist • 2008 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 2007 Masters finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 2008
  • Juan Carlos Ferrero (1980-) - (Spain Spain) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2003 French Open champion, 2002 finalist, 2001 semi-finalist • 2003 US Open finalist • 2007 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 2002 Masters finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 8 weeks
  • Wojtek Fibak (1952-) - (Poland Poland) - 1977/1980 French Open quarter-finalist • 1980 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1980 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Marcelo Filippini (1967) - (Uruguay Uruguay) - 1999 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Jaime Fillol (1946-) - (Chile Chile) - ranked World No. 14 in 1974
  • Mardy Fish (1981) - (United States USA) - 2007 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 17 in 2004
  • John Fitzgerald (1960-) - (Australia Australia) - ranked World No. 25 in 1988 — winner of 7 grand slam doubles titles → 1982 Australian Open champion, partnering John Alexander • 1984/1991 US Open champion, the first partnering Tomáš Šmíd, the second with Anders Järryd • 1986/1991 French Open champion, the first partnering Šmíd, the second with Järryd • 1989/1991 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Järryd
  • Ken Flach (1963-) - (United States USA) - winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1985/1993 US Open champion • 1987/1988 Wimbledon champion
  • Herbie Flam (1928-1980) - (United States USA) - 1950 U.S. finalist • 1951/1952 Wimbledon semifinalist • 1957 French finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 1957
  • Peter Fleming (1955-) - (United States USA) - 1980 Wimbledon quarter-finalist — winner of 7 grand slam doubles titles → 1979/1981/1983/1984 Wimbledon champion • 1979/1981/1983 US Open champiom, all partnering John McEnroe
  • Gordon Forbes (South Africa South Africa) - 1962 U.S. quarter-finalist
  • Guy Forget (1965-) - (France France) - 1991/1993 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1991/1992/1994 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • Željko Franulović (1947-) - (Yugoslavia Yugoslavia [Croatia Croatia]) - 1970 French Open finalist, 1971 semi-finalist
  • Neale Fraser (1933-) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1959/1960 U.S. champion • 1960 Wimbledon champion, 1958 finalist • 1957/1959/1960 Australian Championships finalist
  • Rod Frawley (1952) - (Australia Australia) - 1979 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Frank Froehling (1942) - (United States USA) - 1971 French Open semi-finalist • 1971 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Richard Fromberg (1970-) - (Australia Australia) - ranked World No. 24 in 1990
  • Renzo Furlan (1970-) - (Italy Italy) - 1995 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 19 in 1996

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  • Patrick Galbraith (1967-) - (United States USA) - winner of the 1995 ATP Doubles Championship, partnering Grant Connell
  • Jan-Michael Gambill (1977-) - (United States USA) - 2004 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • World No. 14 in 2001
  • Richard Gasquet (1986-) - (France France) - winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title -> 2004 French Open mixed doubles champion, partnering
  • Andrea Gaudenzi (1973-) - (Italy Italy) - ranked World No. 18 in 1995
  • Gastón Gaudio (1978-) - (Argentina Argentina) - winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title -> 2004 French Open champion • ranked World No. 5 in 2005
  • Sam Giammalva (1934-) - United States USA) - 1955 U.S. Championships quarter-finalist
  • Sammy Giammalva, Jr. (1963-) - (United States USA) - 1982 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Bob Giltinan (1949-) - (Australia Australia) - 1977 (December) Australian Open semi-finalist
  • Robby Ginepri (1982-) - (United States USA) - 2005 U.S. Open semi-finalist - ranked World No. 15 in 2005
  • Juan Gisbert, Sr. (1942) - (Spain/Spain Spain) - 1968 Australian Championships finalist
  • Drew Gitlin (1958-) - (United States USA) - 1982 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Vitas Gerulaitis (1954-1994) - (United States USA) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1977[Dec] Australian Open champion • 1979 US Open finalist • 1980 French Open finalist • 1977/1978 Wimbledon semi-finalist • ranked World No. 3 in 1978
  • Brad Gilbert (1961-) - (United States USA) - 1987 U.S. Open quarter-finalist • 1990 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1990
  • Hans Gildemeister (1956-) - (Chile Chile) - 1978/1979/1980 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 12 in 1980
  • Shlomo Glickstein (1958-) - (Israel Israel) - 1981 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 22 in 1982
  • Dan Goldie (1963-) - (United States USA) - 1989 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 27 in 1989
  • Jérôme Golmard (1973-) - (France France) - ranked World No. 22 in 1999
  • Andrés Gómez (1960-) - (Ecuador Ecuador) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1990 French Open champion • 1984 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1984 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1990
  • Pancho Gonzales (1928-1995) - (United States USA) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1948/1949 U.S. champion • ranked World No. 1 8 years (a record)
  • Fernando González (1980-) - (Chile Chile) - 2004 Olympic doubles gold medalist, partnering Nicolás Massú and singles bronze medalist, 2008 Olympic silver medalist • 2007 Australian Open finalist • 2002/2009 US Open quarter-finalist • 2003/2008/2009 French Open quarter-finalist • 2005 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 2007 • 2009 French Open semi-finalist
  • Vere St. Leger Goold (1853-1909) - (United Kingdom United Kingdom [Leinster Ireland]) - 1879 Wimbledon finalist
  • Spencer Gore (1850-1906) - (United Kingdom United Kingdom [England England]) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1877 Wimbledon champion (inaugural event), 1878 finalist
  • Tom Gorman (1946-) - (United States USA)
  • Brian Gottfried (1952-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 3 in 1977
  • Georges Goven (1948-) - (France France) - 1970 French Open semi-finalist
  • Jim Grabb (1964-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 25 in 1985 - ranked World No. 1 in doubles in 1989/1993
  • Clark Graebner (1943-) - (United States USA)
  • Sébastien Grosjean (1978-) - (France France) - 2001 Australian Open semi-finalist • 2001 French Open semi-finalist • 2003/2004 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 2001 Masters finalist
  • Ernests Gulbis (1988-) - (Latvia Latvia) - 2008 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Tim Gullikson (1951-1996) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 15 in 1979
  • Tom Gullikson (1951-) - (United States USA) - winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1984 US Open champion, partnering Manuela Maleeva
  • Istvan Gulyas (1931-) - (Hungary Hungary) - 1966 French finalist, 1971 quarter-finalist
  • Jan Gunnarsson (1962-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1989 Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 25 in 1985
  • Heinz Günthardt (1959-) - (Switzerland Switzerland) - ranked World No. 22 in 1986
  • Magnus Gustafsson (1967-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1994 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 10 in 1991

H

  • Paul Haarhuis (1966-) - (Netherlands Netherlands) - 1991 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 18 in 1995 — winner of 6 grand slam doubles titles → 1994 Australian Open champion • 1995/1998/2002 French Open champion • 1998 Wimbledon champion • 1994 US Open champion • ranked World No. 1 in 1994
  • Tommy Haas (1978-) - (Germany Germany) - 2000 Olympic silver medalist • 1999/2002/2007 Australian Open semi-finalist • 2009 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 2004/2006/2007 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 2 in 2002
  • Harold Hackett (1878-1937) - (United States USA)
  • Frank Hadow (1855-1946) - (United Kingdom United Kingdom [England England] / Sri Lanka Ceylon) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1878 Wimbledon champion, 1879 runner-up (uncontested) • ranked World No. 1 for 1878
  • Willoughby Hamilton (1864-1943) - United Kingdom United Kingdom [Leinster Ireland]) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1890 Wimbledon champion, 1889 semi-finalist • ranked co-World No. 1 for 1889 and 1890
  • Victor Hănescu (1981-) - (Romania Romania) - 2005 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Rodney Harmon - (United States USA) - 1982 US Open quarter-finalist
  • John Hartley - (1849-1935) - (United Kingdom United Kingdom [England England]) - winner of 2 grand slam singles title → 1879/1880 Wimbledon champion, 1881 runner-up • ranked World No. 1 for 1879 and 1880
  • Tim Henman (1974-) - (United Kingdom United Kingdom [England England]) - 1998/1999/2001/2002 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1996/1997/2003/2004 quarter-finalist • 2004 French Open semi-finalist • 2004 US Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 2002
  • John Hennessey (1900-1981) – (United States USA) - ranked World 8 in 1927 and 1928 - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1928 U.S. champion, partnering George Lott
  • Robert "Bob" Hewitt (1940-) - (Australia Australia/South Africa South Africa) - multiple Grand Slam doubles champion
  • Lleyton Hewitt (1981-) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 2001 US Open champion, 2004 finalist, 2000/2002/2005 semi-finalist, 2003 quarter-finalist • 2002 Wimbledon champion, 2005 semi-finalist, 2004/2006 quarter-finalist • 2005 Australian Open finalist • 2001/2004 French Open quarter-finalist • 2001/2002 Masters champion, 2004 finalist • winner of 2 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 1 for 80 weeks — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2000 US Open champion, partnering Max Mirnyi
  • José Higueras (1953-) - (Spain Spain) - 1982/1983 French Open semi-finalist, 1977/1979 quarter-finalist
  • Jakob Hlasek (1964-) - (Switzerland Switzerland) - 1991 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 22 in 1985 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1992 French Open champion, partnering Marc Rosset
  • Lew Hoad (1934-1994) - (Australia Australia)
  • Henrik Holm (1968-) - (Sweden Sweden) - ranked World No. 17 in 1993
  • Greg Holmes (1963-) - United States USA) - ranked World No. 22 in 1985
  • Chip Hooper (1958-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 17 in 1982
  • Luis Horna (1980-) - (Peru Peru) - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2008 French Open champion, partnering Pablo Cuevas • ranked World No. 16 in 2008
  • Frederik "Fred" Hovey (1868-1945) - (United States USA) - 1895 U.S. champion
  • Dominik Hrbatý (1978-) - (Slovakia Slovakia) - ranked World No. 12 in 2004
  • Jiří Hřebec (1950-) - (Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia) - ranked World No. 25 in 1974
  • Joseph "Joe" Hunt (1919-1944) - (United States USA) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1943 U.S. champion
  • Frank Hunter (1894-1981 - (United States USA) - 1923 Wimbledon finalist • 1928/1929 US Open finalist
  • Stephen Huss (1975-) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2005 Wimbledon champion, partnering Wesley Moodie

I

  • Goran Ivanišević (1971-) - (Croatia Croatia) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2001 Wimbledon champion, 1992/1994/1998 finalist • 1989 (first appearance)/1994/1997 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1990/1992/1994 French Open quarter-finalist • 1996 US Open semi-finalist • winner of 2 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 2 in 1994 • retired in 2001

J

  • Martin Jaite (1964-) - (Argentina Argentina) - 1985 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 10 in 1990
  • François Jauffret - (France France) - 1974 French Open semi-finalist • 1966 French Championships semi-finalist
  • Anders Järryd - (Sweden Sweden) - 1987/1988 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1985 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1985 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 1985
  • Joachim Johansson (1982-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 2004 US Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 9 in 205
  • Thomas Johansson (1975-) - (Sweden Sweden) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2002 Australian Open champion • 2005 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1998/2000 US Open quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title • ranked World No. 7 in 2002
  • "Little Bill" Johnston - (United States USA) - a co-World No. 1 in 1919 with Gerald Patterson
  • Donald Johnson - (United States USA) - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2001 Wimbledon champion, partnering Jared Palmer
  • Kelly Jones - (United States USA)
  • Boro Jovanovic (1939) - (Yugoslavia Yugoslavia) - 1968 French Open quarter-finalist

K

  • Yevgeny Kafelnikov (1974-) - (Russia Russia) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles & 1 Olympic gold medal → 1996 French Open champion, 1995 semi-finalist, 1997/2000/2001 quarter-finalist • 1999 Australian Open champion, 2000 finalist, 1995/1996/2001 quarter-finalist • 1999/2001 US Open semi-finalist • 1995 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 2000 Olympic gold medalist • ranked World No. 1 for 6 weeks — winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1996/1997/2002 French Open champion, the first two partnering Daniel Vacek, the third with Paul Haarhuis • 1997 US Open champion, partnering Vacek
  • Bernd Karbacher (1968-) - (Germany Germany) - ranked World No. 22 in 1995
  • Ivo Karlović (1979-) - (Croatia Croatia) - ranked World No. 14 in 2008
  • Nicolas Kiefer (1977-) - (Germany Germany) - 1998/2000 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1997 Wimbledon quarter-finalist (first appearance) • 2000 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 2000
  • Billy Knight (1935-) - (United Kingdom United Kingdom) - 1959 French quarter-finalist
  • Julian Knowle (1974-) - (Austria Austria) - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2007 US Open champion, partnering Simon Aspelin
  • Mark Knowles (1971-) - (The Bahamas Bahamas) - winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 2002 Australian Open champion, partnering Daniel Nestor • 2004 US Open champion, partnering Nestor • 2007 French Open champion, partnering Nestor • 2007 Masters champion, partnering Nestor • ranked World No. 1 for 55 weeks — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 2009 Wimbledon champion, partnering Anna-Lena Grönefeld
  • Thomaz Koch (1945-) - (Brazil Brazil) - 1969 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 24 in 1974
  • Jan Kodeš (1946-) - (Czech Republic Czechoslovakia) - winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1970/1971 French Open champion, 1972/1973 quarter-finalist • 1973 Wimbledon champion, 1972 semi-finalist • 1971/1973 US Open semi-finalist
  • Philipp Kohlschreiber (1983-) - (Germany Germany) - ranked World No. 23 in 2009
  • Petr Korda (1968-) - (Czech Republic Czech Republic) - winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1998 Australian Open champion, 1993 quarter-finalist • 1992 French Open finalist • 1998 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1995/1997 US Open quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title
  • Stefan Koubek (1977-) - (Austria Austria) - 2002 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 20 in 2000
  • Jan Koželuh (1904-) - (Czech Republic Czechoslovakia) - (not to be confused with Karel Koželuh)
  • Karel Koželuh (1895-1950) - (Czech Republic Czechoslovakia) - (not to be confused with Jan Koželuh)
  • Richard Krajicek (1971-) - (Netherlands Netherlands) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1996 Wimbledon champion, 1998 semi-finalist • 1992 Australian Open semi-finalist • 1993 French Open semi-finalist, 1996 quarter-finalist • 1997/1999/2000 US Open quarter-finalist • winner of 2 Masters Series titles
  • Jack Kramer (1921-) - (United States USA) - winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1946/1947 U.S. champion, 1943 finalist • 1947 Wimbledon champion —winner of 7 grand slam doubles titles → 1940/1941/1943/1947 U.S. champion, all partnering Ted Schroeder • 1946/1947 Wimbledon champion, partnering Schroeder • World No. 1 amateur for 6 years
  • Aaron Krickstein (1967-) - (United States USA) - 1989 US Open semi-finalist, 1988/1990 quarter-finalist • 1995 Australian Open semi-finalist
  • Johan Kriek (1958-) - (South Africa South Africa/United States USA) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1981 (first appearance)/1982 Australian Open champion, 1984 semi-finalist, 1983/1985 quarter-finalist • 1986 French Open semi-finalist • 1981/1982 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1980 US Open semi-finalist, 1979/1979 quarter-finalist
  • Ramanathan Krishnan (1937-) - (India India) - 1960/1961 Wimbledon semi-finalist
  • Ramesh Krishnan (1961-) - (India India) - 1981/1987 US Open quarter-finalist • 1986 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • World No. 23 in 1985
  • Paul Kronk (1954) - (Australia Australia) - 1978 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Gustavo Kuerten (1976-) - (Brazil Brazil) - winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1997/2000/2001 French Open champion • 1999 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1999/2001 US Open quarter-finalist • 2000 Masters champion • winner of 5 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 1 for 43 weeks
  • Karol Kučera (1974-) - (Czech Republic Czechoslovakia/Slovakia Slovakia) - 1998 Australian Open semi-finalist • 1998 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Nicklas Kulti (1971-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1992 French Open quarter-finalist

L

  • René Lacoste (1904-1996) - (France France) - winner of 7 grand slam singles titles → 1925/1927/1929 French champion, 1926/1928 finalist • 1925/1928 Wimbledon champion, 1924 finalist • 1926/1927 U.S. championWorld No. 1 for 2 years — winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1925/1929 French champion, 1929 finalist • 1925 Wimbledon champion
  • Nicolás Lapentti (1976-) - (Ecuador Ecuador) - 1999 Australian Open semi-finalist • 2002 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 6 in 1999
  • Sébastien Lareau (1973-) - (Canada Canada) - winner of 1 grand slam doubles titles → 1999 U.S. Open doubles champion, partnering Alex O'Brien • 2000 Olympic doubles gold medalist, partnering Daniel Nestor • 1999 Masters champion, partnering O'Brien
  • William "Bill" Larned (1872-1926) - (United States USA) - winner of 7 grand slam singles titles → 1901/1902/1907/1908/1909/1910/1911 U.S. champion
  • Art Larsen (1925-) - (United States USA) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1950 U.S. champion, 1954 finalist
  • Magnus Larsson (1970-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1994 French Open semi-finalist • 1993/1997/1998 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 10 in 1995
  • Rod Laver (1938-) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 11 grand slam titles and of two calendar year grand slams → 1960/1962/1969 Australian Open champion, 1961 finalist • 1962/1969 French Open champion, 1968 finalist • 1961/1962/1968/1969 Wimbledon champion, 1959/1960 finalist • 1962/1969 US Open champion, 1960/1961 finalist, World No. 1 for 7 consecutive years — a candidate for greatest player of all time
  • Herbert Lawford (1851-1925) - (United Kingdom United Kingdom [England England]) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1887 Wimbledon champion, 1880/1884/1885/1886/1888 finalist
  • Glenn Layendecker (1961-) - (United States USA)
  • Rick Leach (1964-) - (United States USA) - winner of 5 grand slam doubles titles → 1988/1989/2000 Australian Open champion • 1990 Wimbledon champion • 1993 US Open champion
  • Henri Leconte (1963-) - (France France) - 1988 French Open finalist, 1986 semi-finalist, 1985/1990 quarter-finalist • 1986 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1985/1987 quarter-finalist • 1986 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Ivan Lendl (1960-) - (Czech Republic Czechoslovakia/United States USA) - winner of 8 Grand Slam singles titles → 1984/1986/1987 French Open champion, 1981/1985 finalist, 1983/1988 quarter-finalist • 1985/1986/1987 US Open champion, 1982/1983/1984 finalist, 1991 semi-finalist, 1980/1990/1992 quarter-finalist • 1989/1990 Australian Open champion, 1983/1991 finalist, 1985/1987/1988 semi-finalist, 1992 quarter-finalist • 1986/1987 Wimbledon finalist, 1983/1984/1988/1989/1990 semi-finalist • 1981/1982/1985/1986/1987 Masters champion (record; shared with Pete Sampras) • ranked World No. 1 for 270 weeks (became the first player to become No. 1 without having won a Grand Slam singles title, Kim Clijsters and Amélie Mauresmo did the same on the women's tour)
  • Chris Lewis (1957-) - (New Zealand New Zealand) - 1983 Wimbledon finalist
  • Ivan Ljubičić (1979-) - (Croatia Croatia) - 2006 French Open semi-finalist • 2006 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 2004 Olympic Games doubles bronze medalist • ranked World No. 3 in 2006
  • Michaël Llodra (1980-) - (France France) - winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 2003/2004 Australian Open champion, both partnering Fabrice Santoro • 2007 Wimbledon champion, partnering Arnaud Clément
  • John Lloyd (1954-) - (United Kingdom Great Britain) - 1977[Dec] Australian Open finalist, 1985 quarter-finalist • 1984 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Feliciano López (1981-) - (Spain Spain) - 2005 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 20 in 2005
  • George Lott (1906-1991) - (United States USA)
  • Peter Lundgren (1965-) - (Sweden Sweden) - ranked World No. 25 in 1987
  • Bob Lutz (1949-) - (United States USA) • ranked World No. 7 in 1972

M

  • Barry MacKay (1935-) - (United States USA) ranked No. 1 in the United States in 1960, after winning 11 tournaments • Five time Davis Cup player • Wimbledon semi-finalist 1959
  • Gene Mako (1916-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 9 in 1938 - winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles, all partnering Don Budge - winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title -> 1936 U.S. mixed doubles champion, partnering Alice Marble
  • Xavier Malisse (1980-) - (Belgium Belgium) - 2002 Wimbledon semi-finalist • ranked World No. 19 in 2002 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2004 French Open champion, partnering Olivier Rochus
  • Amos Mansdorf (1965-) - (Israel Israel) - 1992 Australian Open quarter-finalist - ranked World No. 18 in 1987
  • Alberto Mancini (1969-) - (Argentina Argentina) - 1989 French Open quarter-finalist - ranked World No. 8 in 1989
  • Bruce Manson - (United States USA) - 1981 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Félix Mantilla - (Spain Spain) - 1997 (first appearance) Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1998 French Open semi-finalist - ranked World No. 10 in 1998
  • John Marks (1952-) - (Australia Australia) - 1978 Australian Open finalist
  • Billy Martin (1956-) - United States - 1977 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • Todd Martin - (United States USA) - 1994 Australian Open finalist, 1999/2001 quarter-finalist • 1999 US Open finalist, 1994/2000 semi-finalist • 1994/1996 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1993/1999 quarter-finalist - ranked World No. 4 in 1999
  • Nicolás Massú (1979-) - (Chile Chile) - 2004 Olympic gold medalist in singles and doubles, partnering Fernando González • ranked World No 9 in 2004
  • Geoff Masters (1950-) - (Australia Australia) - 1974 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Wally Masur (1963-) - (Australia Australia) - 1987 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1983 quarter-finalist • 1993 U.S. Open semi-finalist - ranked World No. 15 in 1993
  • Paul-Henri Mathieu (1982-) - (France France) - ranked World No. 12 in 2008
  • Shuzo Matsuoka (1967-) (Japan Japan) - 1995 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • Andreas Maurer (1958-) - (West Germany West Germany) - ranked World No. 24 in 1986
  • Florian Mayer (1983-) - (Germany Germany) - 2004 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • Gene Mayer (1956-) - (United States USA) - 1980/1982 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1982/1984 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1980 — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1978/1979 French Open champion, the first partnering Hank Pfister, the second with brother Sandy Mayer
  • Sandy Mayer - (1952-) - (United States USA) - 1973 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1978/1983 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 1982 — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1975 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Vitas Gerulaitis • 1979 French Open champion, partnering brother Gene Mayer
  • Tim Mayotte (1960-) - (United States USA) - 1983 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1981 quarter-finalist • 1982 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1981(first appearance)/1983/1986/1988/1989 quarter-finalist • 1989 U.S. Open quarter-finalist
  • John McEnroe (1959-) - (United States USA) - winner of 7 grand slam singles titles → 1979/1980/1981/1984 US Open champion, 1985 finalist, 1978/1982/1990 semi-finalist, 1987 quarter-finalist • 1981/1983/1984 Wimbledon champion, 1980/1982 finalist, 1977(first appearance)/1989/1992 semi-finalist, 1985 quarter-finalist • 1984 French Open finalist, 1985 semi-finalist, 1981/1983 quarter-finalist • 1983(first appearance)Australian Open semi-finalist, 1985/1989/1992 quarter-finalist • 1978/1983/1984 Masters champion, 1982 finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 170 weeks — winner of 9 grand slam doubles titles → 1979/1981/1983/1984/1992 Wimbledon champion, the first four partnering Peter Fleming, the fifth with Michael Stich • 1979/1981/1983/1989 US Open champion, the first three partnering Fleming, the fourth with Mark Woodforde • ranked World No. 1 for 257 weeks
  • Patrick McEnroe (1966-) - (United States USA) - 1991 Australian Open semi-finalist • 1995 US Open quarter-finalist — winner of 1 grand slam doubles titles → 1989 French Open champion, partnering Jim Grabb
  • Peter McNamara - (Australia Australia)
  • Ken McGregor (1929-) - (Australia Australia)
  • Chuck McKinley (1941-1986) - (United States USA)
  • Maurice McLoughlin (1890-1957 - (United States USA)
  • Paul McNamee - (Australia Australia)
  • Don McNeill (1918-1996) - (United States USA)
  • Frew McMillan - (South Africa South Africa)
  • Miloslav Mečíř (1964-) - (Czech Republic Czechoslovakia [Slovak]) - 1988 Olympic gold medalist • 1986 US Open finalist, 1987 quarter-finalist • 1989 Australian Open finalist, 1987 quarter-finalist • 1987 French Open semi-finalist • 1988 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1986 quarter-finalist
  • Andrei Medvedev (1974-) - (Soviet Union USSR/Ukraine Ukraine) - 1999 French Open finalist • winner of 4 Masters Series titles
  • Karl Meiler (1949) - (West Germany West Germany) - ranked World No. 20 in 1973
  • Fernando Meligeni (1971) - (Brazil Brazil) - 1999 French Open semi-finalist
  • Alex Metreveli (1944-) - (Soviet Union USSR) - 1973 Wimbledon finalist, 1972/1974 quarter-finalist • 1972 French Open semi-finalist • 1972 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1973/1975 quarter-finalist • 1974 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Max Mirnyi (1977-) - (Belarus Belarus) - 2002 US Open quarter-finalist — winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 2000/2002 US Open champion, the first partnering Lleyton Hewitt, the second with Mahesh Bhupathi • 2005/2006 French Open champion, both partnering Jonas Björkman
  • Juan Mónaco (1984-) - (Argentina Argentina) - ranked World No. 19 in 2007
  • Gaël Monfils (1986-) - (France France) - 2008 French Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 9 in 2009
  • Wesley Moodie (1979-) - (South Africa South Africa) - doubles specialist; 2005 Wimbledon doubles champion
  • Raymond Moore (1946) - (South Africa South Africa) - 1977 U.S. Open quarter-finalist
  • Buster Mottram (1955-) - (United Kingdom United Kingdom [England])
  • Carlos Moyà (1976-) - (Spain Spain) - winner of 1 grand slam title → 1998 French Open champion, 2003/2004/2007 quarter-finalist • 1997 Australian Open finalist, 2001 quarter-finalist • 1998 US Open semi-finalist, 2007 quarter-finalist • 2002 Masters semi-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 2 weeks
  • Marty Mulligan (1940) - (Australia Australia) - 1962 Wimbledon finalist; 1970 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Gardnar Mulloy (1913-) - (United States USA) - 1952 U.S. finalist, 1942/1946/1950 semi-finalist, 1947/1949/1951/1953 quarter-finalist • 1947 Australian semi-finalist • 1948 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1950 quarter-finalist • 1952/1953/1954 French quarter-finalist — winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1942/1945/1946/1948 U.S. champion, partnering Bill Talbert
  • Gilles Müller (1983-) - (Luxembourg Luxembourg) - 2008 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Andy Murray (1987-) - (United Kingdom United Kingdom [ScotlandScotland]) - 2008 US Open finalist • 2009 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 2008 quarter-finalist • 2009 French Open quarter-finalist • 2008 Masters semi-finalist • World No. 2 in 2009
  • Robert Murray (1892-1970) - (United States USA) - 1917/1918 U.S. champion
  • Thomas Muster (1967-) - (Austria Austria) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1995 French Open champion, 1990 semi-finalist • 1989/1997 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1994 quarter-finalist • 1993/1994/1996 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 6 weeks

N

  • Rafael Nadal (1986-) - (Spain Spain) - winner of 6 grand slam singles titles and 1 Olympic gold medal → 2005 (first appearance)/2006/2007/2008 French Open champion • 2008 Wimbledon champion, 2006/2007 finalist • 2008/2009 US Open semi-finalist, 2006 quarter-finalist • 2009 Australian Open champion, 2008 semi-finalist, 2007 quarter-finalist • 2006/2007 Masters semi-finalist • winner of 15 Masters Series titles • 2004 Davis Cup champion • 2008 Olympic gold medalist • ranked World No. 1 in 2008/2009
  • David Nalbandian (1982-) - (Argentina Argentina) - 2002 Wimbledon finalist • 2003 US Open semi-finalist, 2005 quarter-finalist • 2004/2006 French Open semi-finalist • 2006 Australian Open semi-finalist, 2003/2004/2005 quarter-finalist • 2005 Masters champion, 2006 semi-finalist • winner of 2 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 3 in 2006
  • Ilie Năstase (1946-) - (Romania Romania) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1972 US Open champion, 1976 semi-finalist, 1975 quarter-finalist • 1973 French Open champion, 1971 finalist, 1970/1974/1977 quarter-finalist • 1972/1976 Wimbledon finalist, 1977/1978 quarter-finalist • 1971/1972/1973/1975 Masters champion, 1974 finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 40 weeks and for 1973
  • Daniel Nestor (1972-) - (Canada Canada) - winner of 5 grand slam doubles titles → 2002 Australian Open champion, partnering Mark Knowles • 2004 US Open champion, partnering Knowles • 2007 French Open champion, partnering Knowles • 2008/2009 Wimbledon champion, both partnering Nenad Zimonjić • 2000 Olympic gold medal, partnering Sébastien Lareau • 2007/2008 Masters champion, the first partnering Knowles, the second with Zimonjić • ranked World No. 1 in 2002/2009
  • John Newcombe (1944-) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 7 grand slam singles titles → 1967/1970/1971 Wimbledon champion, 1969 finalist, 1974 quarter-finalist • 1967/1973 US Open champion, 1969/1970/1974 semi-finalist, 1968 quarter-finalist • 1973/1975 Australian Open champion, 1976 finalist, 1969/1970/1972/1974/1977[Dec] quarter-finalist • 1969 French Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 1 — one of the "Handsome Eight"
  • Kurt Nielsen (1930-) - (Denmark Denmark) - 1953/1955 Wimbledon finalist • French quarter-finalist (twice) • U.S. quarter-finalist — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1957 U.S. champion, partnering Althea Gibson
  • Jarkko Nieminen - (Finland Finland) - 2005 US Open quarter-finalist • 2006 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 2008 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 13 in 2006
  • Yannick Noah (1960-) - (France France) - winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1983 French Open champion • 1990 Australian Open semi-finalist • 1983/1985/1989 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Magnus Norman (1976-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 2000 French Open finalist • 2000 Australian Open semi-finalist
  • Karel Nováček (1965-) - (Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic Czech Republic) - 1994 US Open semi-finalist • 1987/1993 French Open quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title
  • Jiří Novák (1975-) - (Czech Republic Czech Republic) - 2002 Australian Open semi-finalist
  • Hans Nüsslein (1910-1991) - (Germany/Flag of Germany 1933.svg Germany)
  • Joakim Nyström (1963-) - (Sweden Sweden) - ranked World No. 7 in 1986

O

  • Alex O'Brien (1970-) - (United States USA) - doubles specialist
  • Tom Okker (1944-) - (Netherlands Netherlands) - 1968 US Open finalist, 1971 semi-finalist • 1969 French Open semi-finalist, 1973 quarter-finalist • 1971 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1970 quarter-finalist • 1978 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1968/1969/1975/1979 quarter-finalist
  • Alejandro "Alex" Olmedo (1936-) - (Peru Peru/United States USA) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1959 Australian champion • 1959 Wimbledon champion • 1959 U.S. finalist — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1958 U.S. champion, partnering Ham Richardson — inducted in the ITHF in 1987.
  • Manuel Orantes (1949-) - (Spain/Spain Spain) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1975 US Open champion, 1976/1977 quarter-finalist • 1974 French Open finalist, 1972 semi-finalist, 1976/1978 quarter-finalist • 1972 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1968 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1976 Masters champion
  • Jim Osborne (1945-) - (United States USA) - 1971 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Rafael Osuna (1938-1969) - (Mexico Mexico) - inducted in the ITHF in 1979.

P

  • Leander Paes (1973-) - (India India) - 1996 Olympic bronze medalist — winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1999/2001 French Open champion, both partnering Mahesh Bhupathi • 1999 Wimbledon champion, partnering Bhupathi • 2006 US Open champion, partnering Martin Damm • ranked World No. 1 in doubles for 33 weeks — winner of 3 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1999/2003 Wimbledon champion, partnering Lisa Raymond and Martina Navratilova respectively • 2003 Australian Open champion, partnering Navratilova
  • Dinny Pails - (Australia Australia) - winner of 1 grand slam title → 1946 Australian champion, 1947 finalist • 1947 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1946 quarter-finalist
  • Jared Palmer - (United States USA) - winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1995 Australian Open champion, partnering Richey Reneberg • 2001 Wimbledon champion, partnering Donald Johnson • ranked World No. 1 for 16 weeks
  • Adriano Panatta (1950-) - (Italy Italy) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1976 French Open champion, 1973/1975 semi-finalist, 1972/1977 quarter-finalist • 1979 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1976 Davis Cup champion • ranked World No. 4 in 1976
  • Onny Parun (1947-) - (New Zealand New Zealand) - 1973 Australian Open finalist • 1975 French Open quarter-finalist • 1971/1972 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1973 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Charlie Pasarell (1944-) - (Puerto Rico Puerto Rico/United States USA) - ranked No. 1 in the United States in 1967 • 1965 US quarter-finalist • 1976 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • Four times a Grand Slam Doubles finalist • In 1967 became the first player in 31 years to win the US National Indoor Championships then the most prestiguous indoor tournament in the world
  • David Pate (1962-) - (United States USA)
  • Andrew Pattison (1949-) - (Rhodesia Rhodesia) - ranked World No. 24 in 1974
  • Budge Patty (1924-) - (United States United States) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1950 French champion • 1950 Wimbledon champion, 1949 finalist, 1947 semi-finalist — winner of 1 grand slam doubles titles → 1957 Wimbledon champion — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 1946 French champion
  • Andrei Pavel (1974-) - (Romania Romania) - 2002 French Open quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title
  • Victor Pecci (1955-) - (Paraguay Paraguay) - ranked World No. 9 in 1980
  • Pierre Pellizza (France France) - 1946 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • Guillermo Pérez Roldán (1969-) - (Argentina Argentina)
  • Mikael Pernfors (1963-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1986 French Open finalist • 1990 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Fred Perry (1909-1995) - (United Kingdom Great Britain) - winner of 8 grand slam singles titles, including a Career Slam → 1933/1934/1936 U.S. champion • 1934/1935/1936 Wimbledon champion • 1934 Australian champion, 1935 finalist • 1935 French champion, 1936 finalist • World No. 1 for 5 years
  • Yvon Petra (1916-) - (France France) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1946 Wimbledon champion, 1947 quarter-finalist
  • Hank Pfister (1953) - (United States USA) - 1978/1981/1982 Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 19 in 1983
  • Mark Philippoussis (1976-) - (Australia Australia) - 1998 US Open finalist • 2003 Wimbledon finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title
  • Barry Phillips-Moore (1937-) (Australia Australia) - 1968 Australian Championships semi-finalist • 1971 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Nicola Pietrangeli (1933-) - (Italy Italy)
  • Nikki Pilic (1939-) - (Yugoslavia Yugoslavia [Croatia]) - one of the "Handsome Eight"
  • Libor Pimek (1963-) - (Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia/Belgium Belgium) - ranked World No. 21 in 1985
  • Ulrich Pinner (1954-) - (West Germany West Germany) - ranked World No. 23 in 1979
  • Cédric Pioline (1969-) - (France France) - 1993 US Open finalist • 1997 Wimbledon finalist • 1998 French Open semi-finalist
  • Han Jurgen Pohmann (1947-) - (West Germany West Germany) - 1974 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Alexander Popp (1976-) - (Germany Germany) - 2000/2003 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • Goran Prpić (1964-) - (Yugoslavia Yugoslavia/Croatia Croatia) - 1992 Olympic doubles bronze medalist • retired in 1996
  • Patrick Proisy (1949-) - (France France) - ranked World No. 23 in 1973 • 1973 French Open finalist
  • Mariano Puerta (1978-) - (Argentina Argentina) - 2005 French Open finalist
  • Jim Pugh (1964-) - (United States USA) - doubles specialist
  • Franjo Puncec - (Yugoslavia Yugoslavia) - 1946 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • Mel Purcell (1959-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 21 in 1980

Q

  • Sam Querrey (1987-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 22 in 2009
  • Adrian Quist (1913-1991) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1936/1940/1948 Australian champion — winner of 10 grand slam doubles titles → 1936/1937/1938/1939/1940/1946/1947/1948/1949/1950 Australian champion, the first two partnering Don Turnbull, the last eight with John Bromwich

R

  • Patrick Rafter (1972-) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1997/1998 US Open champion • 2000/2001 Wimbledon finalist, 1999 semi-finalist • 1997 French Open semi-finalist • 2001 Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 1 week
  • Dennis Ralston (1942-) - (United States USA) - 1966 Wimbledon finalist
  • Andy Ram (1980-) - (Israel Israel) - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2008 Australian Open champion — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2006 Wimbledon champion, partnering Vera Zvonareva
  • Raúl Ramírez (1953-) - (Mexico Mexico) - ranked World No. 4 in 1976 - winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1975/1977 French Open champion • 1976 Wimbledon champion • 1980 Masters champion
  • Richey Reneberg (1965-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 20 in 1991 - winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1992 US Open champion • 1995 Australian Open champion • ranked World No. 1 in doubles
  • Peter Rennert (1958-) - (United States USA) - 1980 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Ernest Renshaw (1861-1899) - (United Kingdom Great Britain [England England]) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1888 Wimbledon champion • ranked World No. 1 in 1887/1888 — winner of 7 grand slam doubles titles → 1980/1881/1884/1885/1886/1888/1889 Wimbledon champion, all partnering twin brother William Renshaw
  • William Renshaw (1861-1904) - (United Kingdom Great Britain [England England]) - winner of 7 Grand Slam singles titles → 1881/1882/1883/1884/1885/1886/1889 Wimbledon champion, 1890 finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 7 years (including 6 consecutive) — winner of 7 grand slam doubles titles → 1980/1881/1884/1885/1886/1888/1889 Wimbledon champion, partnering twin brother /Ernest Renshaw
  • Vinnie Richards (1903-1959) - (United States USA) - 1924 Olympic gold medalist
  • Cliff Richey (1946-) - (United States USA) - 1970 French Open semi-finalist • 1970/1972 US Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 16 in 1973
  • Bobby Riggs (1918-1995) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 1 for 3 years
  • Marty Riessen (1941-) - (United States USA) - 1971 Australian Open quarter-finalist; 1971 doubles finalist • 1971 US Open quarter-finalist; 1976 doubles champion, 1975/1978 finalist • 1971 French Open doubles champion (w/Ashe) • 1969 Wimbledon doubles finalist • ranked World No. 11 in 1974
  • Marcelo Ríos (1975-) - (Chile Chile) - 1998 Australian Open finalist; 1998/1999 French Open quarter-finalist • 1997 US Open quarter-finalist • winner of 5 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 1
  • Tommy Robredo - (Spain Spain) - 2003/2005/2007 French Open quarter-finalist • 2004 US Open doubles semi-finalist • 2007 Australian Open quarter-finalist, 2003 doubles quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title • ranked World No. 7 in 2006
  • Tony Roche (1945-) - (Australia Australia) - 1966 French champion, 1965/1967 finalist • 1968 Wimbledon finalist • 1969/1970 U.S. Open finalist • 1964 Australian Championships quarter-finalist
  • Olivier Rochus (1981-) - (Belgium Belgium) - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 2004 French Open champion, partnering Xavier Malisse • ranked World No. 24 in 2005
  • Andy Roddick (1982-) - (United States USA) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 2003 US Open champion, 2006 finalist, 2001/2002/2004/2007 quarter-finalist • 2004/2005/2009 Wimbledon finalist, 2003 semi-finalist, 2007 quarter-finalist • 2003/2005/2007/2009 Australian Open semi-finalist, 2004 quarter-finalist • 2003/2004/2007 Masters semi-finalist • winner of 4 Masters Series titles • ranked World No. 1 for 13 weeks
  • Ken Rosewall (1934-) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 8 grand slam singles titles → 1953/1955/1971(O)/1972(O) Australian (Open) champion; 1953/1956/1972(O) doubles champion • 1953/1968(O) French (Open) champion • 1956/1970(O) US (Open) champion; 1956/1969(O) doubles champion • 1954/1956/1970(Open)/1974(O) Wimbledon finalist; 1953/1956 doubles champion • ranked World No.1 in 1961, 1962 and 1963
  • Marc Rosset (1970-) - (Switzerland Switzerland) - 1992 Olympic gold medalist • 1996 French Open semi-finalist • 1999 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 9 in 1995
  • Derrick Rostagno (1965-) - (United States USA) - 1988 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 13 in 1991
  • Ray Ruffels (1946-) - (Australia Australia) - 1969/1975 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1970/1977(December) quarter-finalist • 1968 Australian Championships quarter-finalist
  • Greg Rusedski (1973-) - (Canada Canada/United Kingdom Great Britain) - 1997 US Open finalist • 1997 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title • ranked World No. 4 in 1997

S

  • André Sá (1978-) - (Brazil Brazil) - 2002 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • John Sadri (1956-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 14 in 1980
  • Marat Safin (1980-) - (Russia Russia) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 2000 US Open champion, 2001 semi-finalist • 2005 Australian Open champion, 2002/2004 finalist • 2002 French Open semi-finalist, 2000 quarter-finalist • 2008 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 2001 quarter-finalist • 2000/2004 Masters semi-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 9 weeks
  • Pete Sampras (1971-) - (United States USA) - winner of 14 grand slam singles titles → 1990/1993/1995/1996/2002 US Open champion, 1992/2000/2001 finalist, 1998 semi-finalist, 1991 quarter-finalist • 1993/1994/1995/1997/1998/1999/2000 Wimbledon champion (record), 1992 semi-finalist, 1996 quarter-finalist • 1994/1997 Australian Open champion, 1995 finalist, 1993/2000 semi-finalist, 1998 quarter-finalist • 1996 French Open semi-finalist, 1992/1993/1994 quarter-finalist • 1991/1994/1996/1997/1999 Masters champion (record; shared with Ivan Lendl), 1993 finalist, 1992/1995/1998/2000 semi-finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 286 weeks (record)
  • Emilio Sánchez (1965-) - (Spain Spain) - 1988 French Open quarter-finalist • 1988 U.S. Open quarter-finalist
  • Javier Sánchez (1968-) - (Spain Spain) - 1991/1996 U.S. Open quarter-finalist
  • Manuel Santana (1938-) - (Spain Spain) - winner of 4 grand slam singles titles → 1961/1964 French champion • 1965 U.S. champion • 1966 Wimbledon champion • ranked World No. 1 amateur in 1966 • winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1963 French champion
  • Fabrice Santoro (1972-) - (France France) - 2006 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 17 in 2001 — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 2003/2004 Australian Open champion, both partnering Michaël Llodra — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 2005 French Open champion, partnering Daniela Hantuchová
  • Jiro Sato (1908-1934) (Japan Japan) - 1931/1933 French championship semi-finalist • 1932 Australian championship semi-finalist • 1932/1933 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1931 quarter-finalist
  • Dick Savitt (1927-) - United States USA) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1951 Wimbledon champion • 1951 Australian champion • 1950/1951 U.S. semi-finalist, 1956 quarter-finalist - ranked World No. 2
  • Bill Scanlon (1956-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 9 in 1984
  • Sjeng Schalken (1976-) - (Netherlands Netherlands) - 2002 US Open semi-finalist • 2002/2003/2004 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 11 in 2003
  • Michiel Schapers (1959-) - (Netherlands Netherlands) - 1985/1988 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 25 in 1988
  • Ted Schroeder (1921-) - (United States USA) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1942 U.S. champion, 1949 finalist • 1949 Wimbledon champion — winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1940/1941/1947 U.S. champion, all partnering Jack Kramer
  • Rainer Schüttler (1976-) - (Germany Germany) - 2003 Australian Open finalist • 2008 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 2003 Masters semi-finalist • ranked World No. 5 in 2003
  • Frank Sedgman (1927-) - (Australia Australia) - winner of 5 grand slam singles titles → 1949/1950 Australian champion, 1952 finalist • 1951/1952 U.S. champion • 1952 Wimbledon champion • 1952 French championships finalist — winner of 9 grand slam doubles titles and a calendar year grand slam (1951) → 1948/1951/1952 Wimbledon champion • 1950/1951 U.S. champion • 1951/1952 Australian champion • 1951/1952 French champion — winner of 8 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1949/1950 Australian champion • 1951/1952 French champion • 1951/1952 Wimbledon champion • 1951/1952 U.S. champion • considered World No. 1 amateur for 1952
  • Pancho Segura (1921-) - (Ecuador Ecuador/United States USA) - 1942/1943/1944/1945/1946/1947 U.S. semi-finalist • considered World No. 1 professional for 1950 and 1952
  • Robert Seguso (1963-) - (United States USA) - winner of 4 grand slam doubles titles → 1985 US Open champion • 1987/1988 Wimbledon champion • 1987 French Open champion
  • Zenzo Shimizu (1891- 1977) - (Japan Japan) - 1920 Wimbledon (challenge round) finalist
  • Jan Siemerink (1970-) - (Netherlands Netherlands) - 1998 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 14 in 1998
  • Gilles Simon (1984-) - (France France) - 2009 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 2008 Masters semi-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 2008
  • Dick Skeen (1906-1994) - (United States USA) - ranked No. 2 in Professional Tennis in 1941
  • Horst Skoff (1968-2008) - (Austria Austria) - ranked World No. 18 in 1990
  • Henry Slocum (1862- 1949) - (United States USA) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1888/1889 U.S. champion, 1887/1890 finalist — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1889 U.S. champion
  • Pavel Složil (1955-) - Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia) - ranked World No. 12 in 1984
  • Tomáš Šmíd (1956-) - (Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia/United States USA) - ranked World No. 11 in 1984
  • Stan Smith (1946-) - (United States USA) - winnerf of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1971 US Open champion • 1972 Wimbledon champion • 1971/1972 French Open quarter-finalist • 1970 Masters champion • ranked World No. 1 for 1972 (year-end)
  • Robin Söderling (1984-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 2009 French Open finalist • 2009 Masters semi-finalist • ranked World No. 8 in 2009
  • Harold Solomon (1952-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 5 in 1980
  • Vince(nt) Spadea - (1974-) - (United States USA) - 1999 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 18 in 2005
  • Franco Squillari (1975-) - (Argentina Argentina) - 2000 French Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 11 in 2000
  • Milan Šrejber (1963-) - (Czech Republic Czechoslovakia) - 1986 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 23 in 1986
  • Paradorn Srichaphan (1979-) - (Thailand Thailand) - ranked World No. 9 in 2003
  • Jonathan Stark (1971-) - (United States USA) - doubles specialist
  • Carl-Uwe Steeb (1967-) - (West Germany West Germany/Germany Germany) - ranked World No. 14 in 1990
  • Ulf Stenlund (1967-) - Sweden Sweden) - ranked World No. 23 in 1987
  • Radek Štěpánek (1978-) - (Czech Republic Czech Republic) - 2006 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 8 in 2006
  • Brett Steven (1969-) - (New Zealand New Zealand) - 1993 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Sherwood Stewart (1946-) - United States United States) - winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1976/1982 French Open champion • 1984 Australian Open champion
  • Michael Stich (1968-) - (West Germany West Germany/Germany Germany) - winner of 1 Grand Slam singles title → 1991 Wimbledon champion, 1997 semi-finalist, 1992/1993 quarter-finalist • 1994 US Open finalist, 1991 quarter-finalist • 1996 French Open finalist, 1991 semi-finalist • 1993 Australian Open semi-finalist, 1992 quarter-finalist • 1993 Masters champion • winner of 2 Masters Series titles
  • Dick Stockton (1951-) - (United States USA) - 1974 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1976/1977 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Les Stoefen (1911-1970) - (United States USA) - 1934 US Championships semi-finalist, 1934 and 1935 doubles winner
  • Fred Stolle (1938-) - (Australia Australia) - 1969 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1969 French Open quarter-finalist • 1969/1972 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Sandon Stolle (1970-) - (Australia Australia) - doubles specialist
  • Jason Stoltenberg (1970-) - (Australia Australia) - 1996 Wimbledon semi-finalist • ranked World No. 19 in 1994
  • Allan Stone (1945-) - (Australia Australia) - 1971 Australian Open semi-finalist — winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 1968/1977[Dec] Australian Open champion
  • Eric Sturgess (1920- 2004) - (South Africa South Africa)
  • Cyril Suk (1967-) - (Czech Republic Czech Republic) - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1998 US Open champion, partnering Sandon Stolle — winner of 4 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1991 French Open champion, partnering sister Helena Suková • 1992/1996/1997 Wimbledon champion, the first partnering Larisa Neiland, the other two with Suková
  • Henrik Sundström (1964-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1984 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Jonas Svensson (1966-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1988 French Open semi-finalist • 1989 Australian Open quarter-finalist

T

  • Roscoe Tanner (1951-) - (United States USA) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1977[Jan] Australian Open champion, 1979 Wimbledon finalist, 1975/1976 semi-finalist, 1980/1983 quarter-finalist • 1974/1979 US Open semi-finalist, 1972/1980/1981 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 4 in 1979
  • Balázs Taróczy (1954- ) - (Hungary Hungary) - 1976/1981 French Open quarter-finalist; ranked World No. 13 in 1982
  • Roger Taylor (1941-) - (United Kingdom United Kingdom) - ranked World No. 11 in 1973
  • Brian Teacher (1954- ) - (United States USA) - winner of 1 grand slam singles title → 1980 Australian Open champion, 1982 quarter-finalist • 1982 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 7 in 1981
  • Eliot Teltscher (1959- ) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 6 in 1982
  • Ben Testerman (1962-) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 22 in 1984
  • Bill Tilden (1893-1953) - (United States USA) - winner of 10 grand slam singles titles → 1920/1921/1922/1923/1924/1925/1929 U.S. champion • 1920/1921/1930 Wimbledon champion • 7 times World No. 1
  • Mikael Tillström (1972-) - (Sweden Sweden) - 1996 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Ion Ţiriac (1939-) - (Romania Romania) - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1970 French Open champion, partnering Ilie Nastase
  • Tony Trabert (1930-) - (United States USA) - winner of 5 grand slam singles titles → 1953/1955 U.S. champion • 1954/1955 French champion • 1955 Wimbledon champion — winner of 5 grand slam doubles titles → 1950/1954/1955 French champion, the first partnering Bill Talbert, the other two with Vic Seixas • 1954 U.S. champion, partnering Seixas • 1995 Australian champion, partnering Seixas
  • Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (1985-) - (France France) - 2008 Australian Open finalist, 2009 quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title • ranked World No. 6 in 2008
  • Thierry Tulasne (1963-) - (France France) - ranked World No. 10 in 1986
  • Dmitry Tursunov (1982-) - (Russia Russia) - ranked World No. 20 in 2006

U

  • Kevin Ullyett (1972-) - (Zimbabwe Zimbabwe) - winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 2001 US Open champion, partnering Wayne Black • 2005 Australian Open champion, partnering W Black — winner of 1 grand slam mixed doubles title → 2002 Australian Open champion, partnering Daniela Hantuchová

V

  • Christo van Rensburg (1962-) - (South Africa South Africa) - ranked World No. 19 in 1988 — winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1985 Australian Open champion, partnering Paul Annacone
  • Robert Van't Hof (1959- ) - (United States USA) - ranked World No. 25 in 1983
  • Fernando Verdasco (1983-) - (Spain Spain) - 2009 Australian Open semi-finalist • ranked World No. 8 in 2009
  • Martin Verkerk (1978-) - (Netherlands Netherlands) - 2003 French Open finalist • ranked World No. 14 in 2003
  • Armando Vieira - (Brazil Brazil) - 1951 Wimbledon quarter-finalist
  • Guillermo Vilas (1952-) - (Argentina Argentina) - winner of 4 grand slam singles titles → 1977 French Open champion, 1975/1978/1982 finalist, 1976/1979/1980/1983/1986 quarter-finalist • 1977 US Open champion, 1975/1976/1982 semi-finalist • 1978/1979 Australian Open champion, 1977[Jan] finalist, 1980 semi-finalist • 1975/1976 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1974 Masters champion, 1975/1976/1977/1982 semi-finalist
  • Ellsworth Vines (1911-1994) - (United States USA) - winner of 3 grand slam singles titles → 1931/1932 U.S. Champion • 1932 Wimbledon Champion, 1933 finalist • World No 1 for 4 years (1932/1935/1936/1937) • a candidate for greatest player of all time
  • Danie Visser (1961) - (South Africa South Africa) - winner of 3 grand slam doubles titles → 1990/1993 Australian Open champion, the first partnering Pieter Aldrich, the second with Laurie Warder • 1990 US Open champion, partnering Aldrich
  • Adrian Voinea (1974) - (Romania Romania) - 1995 French Open quarter-finalist
  • Filippo Volandri (1981) - (Italy Italy) - ranked World No. 25 in 2007
  • Alexander Vladimirovich Volkov (1967-) - (Russia Russia) - 1993 US Open semi-finalist, 1992 quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 14 in 1994
  • Gottfried von Cramm (1909-1976) - (Germany/Flag of Germany 1933.svg Germany) - winner of 2 grand slam singles titles → 1934/1936 French champion, 1935 finalist • 1935/1936/1937 Wimbledon finalist • 1937 U.S. finalist

W

  • Butch Walts - (United States USA) - 1978 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Laurie Warder - (Australia Australia) - winner of 1 grand slam doubles title → 1993 Australian Open champion, partnering Danie Visser
  • Kim Warwick - (Australia Australia) - 1980 Australian Open finalist • ranked World No.15 in 1981
  • MaliVai Washington (1969-) - (United States USA) - 1996 Wimbledon finalist • 1994 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 11 in 1992
  • Stanislas Wawrinka (1985-) - (Switzerland Switzerland) - ranked World No. 9 in 2008
  • David Wheaton (1969-) - (United States USA) - 1991 Wimbledon semi-finalist • 1990 Australian Open quarter-finalist • 1990 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 12 in 1992
  • Mats Wilander (1964-) - (Sweden Sweden) - winner of 7 grand slam singles titles → 1982 (first appearance)/1985/1988 French Open champion, 1983/1987 finalist, 1984 semi-finalist, 1989 quarter-finalist • 1983/1984/1988 Australian Open champion, 1985 finalist, 1990 semi-finalist • 1988 US Open champion, 1987 finalist, 1985 semi-finalist, 1983/1984 quarter-finalist • 1987/1988/1989 Wimbledon quarter-finalist • 1987 Masters finalist • ranked World No. 1 for 20 weeks
  • Tony Wilding (1883-1915) - (New Zealand New Zealand) - winner of 6 grand slam singles titles → 1906/1909 Australian champion, 1910/1911/1912/1913 Wimbledon champion
  • Tim Wilkison (1959-) - (United States USA) - 1986 US Open quarter-finalist • World No. 23 in 1986
  • Todd Witsken (1963-1998) - (United States USA) - 1988 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Todd Woodbridge (1971-) - (Australia Australia) - ranked World No. 19 in 1997 — winner of 16 grand slam doubles titles (record) → 1995/1996/2003 US Open champion, partnering Mark Woodforde, the third with Jonas Björkman • 1992/1997/2001 Australian Open champion, the first two partnering Woodforde, the third with Björkman • 1993/1994/1995/1996/1997/2000/2002/2003/2004 Wimbledon champion, the first six partnering Woodforde, the last three with Björkman • 2000 French Open champion, partnering Woodforde • 1996 Olympic gold medal, partnering Woodforde • 1992/1996 Masters champion, partnering Woodforde — winner of 6 grand slam mixed doubles titles
  • Mark Woodforde (1965-) - (Australia Australia) - ranked World No. 19 in 1996 — winner of 12 grand slam doubles titles → 1989/1995/1996 US Open champion, the first partnering John McEnroe, the second and third with Todd Woodbridge • 1992/1997 Australian Open champion, both partnering Woodbridge • 1993/1994/1995/1996/1997/2000 Wimbledon champion, all partnering Woodbridge • 2000 French Open champion, partnering Woodbridge • 1996 Olympic gold medal, partnering Woodbridge • 1992/1996 Masters champion, partnering Woodbridge — winner of 5 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 1992/1996 Australian Open champion, both partnering Nicole Provis • 1992 French Open champion, partnering Arantxa Sánchez • 1992 US Open champion, partnering Provis • 1993 Wimbledon champion, partnering Martina Navrátilová
  • Chris Woodruff (1973-) - (United States USA) - 2000 Australian Open quarter-finalist • winner of 1 Masters Series title

Y

  • Mikhail Youzhny (1982-) - (Russia Russia) - 2006 US Open semi-finalist • 2008 Australian Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 8 in 2008
  • Jaime Yzaga (1967-) - (Peru Peru) - 1991 Australian Open quarter-finalist (first appearance) • 1994 US Open quarter-finalist • ranked World No. 18 in 1989

Z

  • Mariano Zabaleta (1978-) - (Argentina Argentina) - 2001 US Open quarter-finalist
  • Vladimir Zedník (1947-) - (Czech Republic Czechoslovakia) • 1973 Australian Open quarter-finalist
  • Nenad Zimonjić (1976-) - (Serbia and Montenegro Serbia and Montenegro/Serbia Serbia) - winner of 2 grand slam doubles titles → 2008/2009 Wimbledon champion, partnering Daniel Nestor • ranked World No. 1 — winner of 3 grand slam mixed doubles titles → 2004/2008 Australian Open champion, the first partnering Elena Bovina, the second with Tiantian Sun • 2006 French Open champion, partnering Katarina Srebotnik
  • Slobodan Živojinović (1963-) - (Yugoslavia Yugoslavia [Serbia Serbia]) - 1985 Australian Open semi-finalist (first appearance) • 1986 Wimbledon semi-finalist, 1987 quarter-finalist

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