Tennis is one of the oldest sports in the world, and it’s become a popular pastime all over the globe. Today, we’re counting down the Top Ten Tennis Champions of all time. While there are many great players out there, these ten legends have defined their sport and left an indelible mark on history. So buckle up, because it’s going to be a long ride!

Björn Borg

Björn Borg was a tennis great who dominated the sport during the 1960s and 1970s. He is considered one of the greatest players of all time and is credited with bringing modern professional tennis to Sweden. Here are the top ten tennis champions of all time, according to Tennis Magazine:

10. Pete Sampras

9. Rod Laver

8. Martina Navratilova

7. Chris Evert

6. Björn Borg

5. Roger Federer

4. Rafael Nadal

3. Jimmy Connors

2. Ivan Lendl

1. Bill Tilden

Ivan Lendl

Ivan Lendl was a world-renowned tennis player who is known for his dominance on the ATP tour. He won 14 grand slam titles, including eight Wimbledon Championships and five US Open Championships. He also won six Masters Series tournaments and an Olympic gold medal. Lendl's technical skill, intensity, and game play were unrivaled and he is considered one of the greatest players in history.

Roger Federer

Roger Federer is undoubtedly one of the greatest tennis players of all time. He has won 18 Grand Slam titles, including 11 Wimbledon Championships and seven US Open Championships. Federer also holds the record for most tour wins (87). He has also been nominated for a record eight awards for Sportsman of the Year, including six times consecutively. Federer has inspired many players to pursue a career in tennis, and his influence can be seen throughout the sport.

Jimmy Connors

Jimmy Connors was one of the greatest tennis players of all time. He was a six-time Grand Slam champion and won 33 singles titles. Connors was known for his aggressive play and powerful shots. He also had a very good serve and volley game.

Rafael Nadal

  1. Rafael Nadal

    2. Roger Federer

    3. Novak Djokovic

    4. Andy Murray

    5. Maria Sharapova

    6. Serena Williams

    7. Kim Clijsters

    8. Stan Wawrinka

    9. Venus Williams

    10. Stefan Edberg

Pete Sampras

Pete Sampras is considered one of the greatest tennis players of all time. He won 14 Grand Slam titles, which is the most of any player in history. He also holds the record for most weeks at number one in the world. Sampras' play helped make tennis into a mainstream sport and he was a crucial part of the "Open Era".

Andre Agassi

Andre Agassi was a world-renowned tennis player who dominated the sport for many years. He is considered one of the greatest athletes in history and his accomplishments are unmatched by any other player. Here are the top ten tennis champions of all time:

1. Andre Agassi

2. Bjorn Borg

3. Roger Federer

4. Pete Sampras

5. Rafael Nadal

6. John McEnroe

7. Jimmy Connors

8. Boris Becker

9. Martina Navratilova

10. Billie Jean King

John McEnroe

John McEnroe is the most successful tennis player of all time. He has won 29 Grand Slam singles titles, including 19 at the Wimbledon Championships. He also won six Olympic gold medals and is one of only four men to have won three Grand Slam singles titles in a single calendar year. McEnroe was voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year for 1984 and was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1994.

Martina Navratilova

Martina Navratilova is widely regarded as one of the greatest female tennis players of all time. She was a world number 1 for a total of 237 weeks and won 18 major singles championships, including seven Wimbledon titles. She also won eight Olympic gold medals in singles and doubles, making her the most decorated female Olympian ever. Her influence on the sport has been unparalleled, and she remains an iconic figure both on and off the court. Here are ten reasons why Martina Navratilova is one of the greatest tennis champions of all time:

1) Her consistency – Throughout her illustrious career, Martina Navratilova never experienced a major slump in performance. She was consistently world number 1 for 237 weeks, which is an incredibly impressive feat.

2) Her dominance at Wimbledon – Martina Navratilova is perhaps best known for her success at Wimbledon, where she has won seven championship titles. She was the first woman to ever win five consecutive Wimbledon championships, and remains the only player to have done so.

3) Her versatility – Martina Navratilova was not just a great singles player; she was also extremely successful in doubles play. She won eight Olympic gold medals with partner Pam Shriver, making them one of the most successful duos in tennis history.

4) Her determination – Despite being world number 1 for such a long period of time, Martina Navratilova never allowed herself to


The tennis world is a competitive place and it takes a lot of skill and training to become one of the best. Even though the sport has evolved over the years, there are still some players who stand out above the rest. Here are the top ten tennis champions of all time: 1) Roger Federer - The Swiss maestro has won more titles than any other player in history, claiming 18 Grand Slam singles championships. He also holds records for most major titles (35) and most weeks ranked number one (260). 2) Rafael Nadal - The Spanish superstar is widely considered to be the greatest male tennis player ever. He has won 14 Grand Slam singles championships, including six Wimbledon Championships. NADAL also boasts a record 76 ATP Masters 1000 Titles and 27 ATP World Tour Finals appearances. 3) Maria Sharapova - Another Top 10 Tennis Champion on this list, Sharapova is consistently one of the most popular athletes on tour. She has won two Olympic Gold Medals as well as numerous WTA Premier titles and International crowns. Sharapova was recently banned for two years after testing positive for meldonium, an anti-inflammatory drug which she had been taking since 2006 but was not previously banned for use in tennis competitions. 4) Novak Djokovic - A current Top 3 Tennis Champion who narrowly missed making this list last year, Novak Djokovic boasts an impressive resume that includes 11 Grand Slam singles championships (including five at Wimbledon), four ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Titles and three ATP World Tour Finals appearances. Djokovic also currently holds the record for most weeks number one in men’s professional tennis history with 352 consecutive weeks!