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Top 5 players with the Most Wins in their career

The G.O.A.T's lead the list with the most wins in career

We have enormous tennis players with lots of wins in their careers. Some of these great tennis players are listed in more than one record, which is quite unbelievable. This sport has many legends with many wins. Here we have listed the Top 5 players with the most wins in their careers.

Players with the most wins in their career

5. Richard Gasquet

The 35-year-old Frenchman is at the fifth position with 570 wins in his career to date. Richard is a right-handed player but hits a one-handed backhand which makes his different from the other four on the list. He attained his personal career-highest rank of World No. 7 in 2007 at the age of 20. Gasquet ranks world number 86 as of 2022.

He is a semifinalist in both Wimbledon and US Open since 2007. Gasquet has been not only so good in singles but also great in mixed doubles. He won one Grand Slam title in the 2004 French Open. Richard advanced to the quarterfinals of the Estoril Open 2022.

4. Andy Murray

Sir Andy Murray of Great Britain is leading the list at fourth position with 703 wins of his career to date. Murray is a right-handed professional tennis player. His personal highest ranking is World number one which he achieved in 2016. He could have won more matches but he suffered from different injuries for quite a long time. Andy is again back on the court with his brilliant performance.

Andy Murray ranks World number 69 as of 2022 by ATP. He is two times Olympic Games gold medalist that are, in 2012 London and 2016 Rio de Janeiro. Murray is also a three-time Grand Slam champion including two Wimbledon titles and one US Open title. His last appearance was in the Madrid Open 2022 where he reached R16 but unfortunately, walked over the match against Novak.

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3. Novak Djokovic

The World number one, Novak Djokovic from Serbia is third on the list with a unique 999 match wins. He has been ranked for a record total of 369 weeks. Novak is also a right-handed professional tennis player. He is a 20-times Grand Slam champion equaling Roger Federer.

Novak is an Olympic Games bronze medalist in 2008 Beijing. He is one of the living legends of tennis sport. Djokovic broke many records and also made his new records. His physicality is undoubtedly extraordinary and unreachable. He will meet Casper Ruud on Saturday, 14 May to record the 1000th win of his career. Only four tennis players crossed 1000 wins in tennis history and he will soon be the fifth in them.

2. Rafael Nadal

The exceptional, Rafael Nadal hits the list banging the second position with 1051 wins in his career to date. The 21-times Grand Slam champion from Spain is the only left-handed player on the list. His athleticism is no less than Novak. His career highest ranking was 1 in 2008 and he was ranked for a record of 209 weeks. Nadal ranks world number four at present (2022).

After a surprising break due to injury in the last few months of 2021, he came back stronger than usual. His 21st Grand Slam title came just after his return in January. He is also one of the calmest players on the court. Nadal is a two-time Olympic Games gold medalist in Single and Doubles each. Rafael’s last appearance was in the Italian Open 2022.

1. Roger Federer

The 40-year-old from Swiss is no surprise withstanding the first position with 1251 wins in his career to date. Roger Federer leads the record with quite a healthy margin with Nadal. Roger is a right-handed tennis player with a one-handed backhand. He has also been ranked for a record of 310 weeks which is now broken by Novak. Roger Federer ranks world number 46 at present (2022).

He is lately not been playing (for almost six months) tournaments due to some kind of injury. His absence on the court made the win number stable for quite long. He holds a gold medal at the Olympic Games 2008 in Doubles and a silver medal in a single of the 2012 London Olympics. Roger will hopefully soon return to court.

1Roger Federer125182103Switzerland
2Rafael Nadal105183.291Spain
3Novak Djokovic99983.186Serbia
4Andy Murray7037646Great Britain
5Richard Gasquet57061.715France
* All the above statistics are till 14 May 2022

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Oshika Roy
Oshika Roy
Oshika, is a Computer Science student, a Graphic Designer learner, an artist, and a tennis enthusiast.

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